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GMAG Short Course for Early-Career Scientists

Room 211, Caesars Forum

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  • $20 for all categories

Additional Details

  • Attendees may register for this event only or may register to attend in addition to their March Meeting 2023 registration.
  • This event is sponsored by Magnetism and Its Applications (GMAG).


The Department of Physics of the National University of Singapore (NUS) is pleased to host a sharing session for early career scholars at the APS March Meeting 2023, in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. This session will feature invited young speakers, covering all fields of physics, and will be held on Sunday, March 5, 2023. The goal of this sharing session is to foster communication among and provide a platform for junior scholars to share and showcase their scientific growth and achievement in physics. Identified talented young academics with excellent research track records might be considered for appointments as NUS Presidential Young Professors.

We acknowledge the support from the American Physical Society (APS) Topical Group on Magnetism and its Applications (GMAG).

NUS Presidential Young Professorship

The successful candidates will receive a tenure-track position with an attractive salary package as an assistant professor at NUS, up to SGD one million in a start-up research grant, plus scholarships to hire PhD students, an award of SGD 250,000 in white space funding, and an opportunity to compete for the Singapore National Research Foundation (NRF) Fellowship, which comes with a five-year research grant of up to SGD three million.

Who Should Attend?

The session is open to all researchers at different stages of their career. In particular, we encourage PhD students, postdoc, and early career researchers to attend this exciting session.

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