|Location:||Beijing - China|
|Salary:||¥250,000 to ¥550,000 or £30,270 to £66,594 (converted salary*) The annual salary depending on the experience and track record|
|Placed On:||3rd March 2023|
|Expires:||2nd May 2023|
Prof. Xuerui Mao’s research group at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) is seeking postdoctoral researchers on the physics-informed learning of functions governing dynamic processes from data, such as extracting a function to identify vortices from numerical or experimental data.
The duty of the role is within the range of:
The annual salary ranges from 250K to 550K RMB depending on the experience and track record. The group will also provide research funding, additional subsidies and rewards depending on research performance. The University offers one-bedroom accommodation within the campus costing 1200 RMB per month. Candidates from top 100 universities will be eligible to compete for an extra salary of 300K RMB per annum in a national scheme. These positions last for two years and towards the end, outstanding candidates will be considered for faculty positions.
Introduction to the research group
The research group maintains extensive collaborations with overseas universities, e.g. Imperial College London, University of Nottingham, Oxford University, KTH, Johns Hopkins University and there are regular mutual exchanges of researchers for each of the topic above. The group has been funded by research councils and major industries in aerospace engineering and energy in the UK, EU and China. More information of the group can be found at https://mao-lab.com.
BIT is located in the centre of Beijing, and despite its compact size, it belongs to the first groups of national higher education projects “211” and “985”, among a few other giant universities. For international candidates, the university and the group will offer assistances in accommodation and settle down, and it is totally comfortable to speak English in the campus.
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