Limited Term Full-time Staff Openings

Information about limited term full-time employment at Osaka University can be found below.
For specific information regarding an opening, please contact the office mentioned in the notice regarding that particular opening.

Updated on October 21, 2021. (Postings are listed in the order of posting; the most recent appears at the top.)




General description of position

Position details & Application deadline


Graduate School of Information Science and Technology

Specially Appointed Researcher or Specially Appointed Assistant Professor (both full-time)

Research on animal/human behavior based on machine learning and intelligent behavior observation using AI-enabled biologging devices, which aims at revealing mechanisms of animal/human behavior by analyzing behavioral sensor data

December 31, 2021 (Japan Standard Time) or until the position is filled.


Center for Quantum Information and Quantum Biology, Toyonaka Campus

Specially Appointed Researcher (Full-time)

1) research and development of quantum-classical hybrid quantum algorithms for quantum many-body systems,
2) verification of 1) by classical computer simulation,
3) verification of 1) using actual quantum computers,
4) design of quantum circuits based on quantum information geometry,
Research and development in 1) – 4) above and research that contributes to the development of QIQB.

November 30, 2021 (Japan Standard Time) or until the position is filled.

Downloading the various forms

Please check to see which documents you need for a particular opening. Other than the form for a personal resume (CV) available in stores, the following documents can be downloaded for use here.

Resume for Applications


For educational/research positions

(Excel format) or (PDF)

For office workers

( xcel format) or (PDF)

It is possible for an applicant to be selected for a position other than the one for which s/he applied. Applicants indicating their consent and willingness to be considered for alternate positions will have their resumes added to an archive to be stored at the university for that purpose.