Lectureship in Polymer Physics

Geoffrey Mitchell G.R.Mitchell at reading.ac.uk
Sun Feb 4 19:55:29 CST 1996

This position may be of interest to neutron users and small-angle
scatterers. The Department of Physics has a strong neutron related
activity in both polymers (GR Mitchell) and in other materials (AC Wright
and RJ Stewart). Reading is 30 minutes drive from The ISIS Facility. There
is also extensive use of Synchrotron Radiation Sources within the
Department of Physics. 

The University of Reading

Lectureship in Polymer Physics

Applications are invited for a Lectureship in the Department of Physics
from candidates with strong research interests in an area of polymer
physics which complements existing research activities. The Polymer
Physics Group has an outstanding research record with extensive
facilities and the lecturer appointed will be expected and encouraged to
play a full part in its future research. There are interdisciplinary
programmes with the Department of Chemistry through the Polymer Science

The lectureship is available immediately and is initially for a fixed
period to 30th September 2000. The salary will be in the Grade A range. 

Further information can be obtained from Professor Geoffrey Mitchell on 
+44 1734 318573 or e-mail: g.r.mitchell at reading.ac.uk 
or http://www.rdg.ac.uk/Physics/activity/polymer.html

Apply for further particulars and Application Forms to The Personnel
Office, The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO BOX 217 Reading RG6
6AH UK. Telephone + 44 1734 316771 (answerphone) E-mail:
Personnel at reading.ac.uk. Closing date 29th March 1996. 

A centre of excellence for university teaching and research 

 Professor Geoffrey Mitchell                   Telephone + 44 1734 318573
 Polymer Science Centre                        or mobile + 44 860  264159           
 J.J.Thomson Physical Laboratory               Secretary + 44 1734 318541
 University of Reading                         Facsimile + 44 1734 750203
 Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AF United Kingdom          

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