Postdoctoral Program at International Centre for Theoretical Sciences Bengaluru

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International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (ICTS-TIFR), Bengaluru has invited applications for various postdoctoral positions.

Current research at ICTS spans the following broad areas: Complex systems: Nonlinear dynamics and Data assimilation, Statistical physics, Fluid dynamics and turbulence, Condensed matter physics, Physical biology; Space-time physics: String theory and Quantum field theory, Astrophysical relativity; Mathematics: Differential geometry, Mathematical physics, Dynamical systems, Data assimilation, Monsoon dynamics, Analysis of partial differential equations and applications. Other areas under active consideration are cosmology, multiscale and complex systems including interfaces with theoretical biology, computer science and computational sciences with a strong interface to other research areas at ICTS.

Duration of fellowships: Initial appointments will be for a period of two years, which will be renewable for the third year in exceptional cases after an academic review. Applicant must have a PhD degree at the time of joining. The fellowship will vary from Rs.47000/- pm to Rs.54000/- pm, depending on the initial qualification. The position also carries contingency grants, HRA and medical benefits.

Application can be submitted online at fellowships with CV, list of publications, a research proposal (not more than two pages) and a covering letter.

he applicants also need to arrange at least two recommendation letters for this position. Application can also be submitted at at

Deadline for submission of applications is 11.59 pm on 31 December, 2021. Applications received after the deadline may also be considered until the positions are filled.

The nominal starting date of 1 st September 2022, is negotiable. For details, visit

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