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U. of Cyprus - Visitors in Chemistry

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From: Haris Panagopoulos <haris@earth.ns.ucy.ac.cy>

UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL SCIENCES

Visiting Scientist Positions in Chemistry

The Department of Natural Sciences of the University of Cyprus is interested in appointing Visiting Scientists in Chemistry during the first (and, possibly, second) semester of the Academic Year 1996-1997.

In particular, up to 4 visitors will be appointed at the rank of Visiting Professor, or Visiting Associate Professor, or Visiting Assistant Professor. Aside from their involvement in the research activities of the Department, the Visiting Scientists are expected to teach courses within the areas:

(A) Inorganic Chemistry
(B) Physical Chemistry
(C) Organic Chemistry
(D) Analytical Chemistry

Interested applicants are invited to send in their application, along with their C.V., to the following address:

Department of Natural Sciences
University of Cyprus
P.O.Box 537
CY-1678 Nicosia
CYPRUS

The salary scale for these positions coincides with that of ordinary staff members at the corresponding rank.

For more information, please contact the Department of Natural Sciences.

Tel: (357)-2-338671
Fax: (357)-2-339060
e-mail: haris@earth.ns.ucy.ac.cy

H. Panagopoulos,
Chairman of the Department

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