Material Science Postdoctoral Position at Tohoku University, Japan

Tohoku University is accepting the application for Material Science Postdoctoral Position for International Students. Material Science Postdoctoral Position in Ozawa Lab is a newly founded lab that started in February 2020. The main research interest of the lab is theoretical condensed matter physics and/or theoretical AMO physics, especially topological and many-body physics in ultracold atomic gases, photonics, and related fields.

Tohoku University, abbreviated to Tohokudai, located in Sendai, Miyagi in the Tōhoku Region, Japan, is a Japanese national university. It was the third Imperial University in Japan and is one of the National Seven Universities. You can also apply for Post Doctoral Fellowships in Japan by Matsumae International Foundation and Newcastle University Overseas Research Scholarship UK 2020.

Material Science Postdoctoral Position Details

University Tohoku University
Country Japan
Study Level Post-Doctoral
Deadline 1 May 2020

Experience of Tohoku University

Experience Tohoku University


The total duration of the fellowship is three years.

Research Fields

Theory of condensed matter physics and AMO physics, such as ultracold atomic gases and/or photonics.

Position Name

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Ozawa Lab, Materials Physics group


Ph. D. degrees or related doctor’s degree

Position Description

Starting date – September 1, 2020 (negotiable)

  • Full time
  • Salary: 362,000 JPY per month before tax

Also Check: La Trobe University Research Scholarships for International Students

Required Documents

  • CV
  • Publications List
  • Research Statement (up to two pages)
  • One or Two letters of recommendation to be sent directly to the E-mail address below

* All documents are used only for screening and they will not be returned.


The last date to apply in Material Science Postdoctoral Position Fellowship is 1 May 2020
Also Check: Fully Funded University of Adelaide Australian Government Research Scholarship 2020

How to Apply for Scholarship

Submit the application by e-mail (PDF)

Assoc. Prof. Tomoki Ozawa

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