I applied in-person and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at UC Berkeley in August 2012.
Interview Details – I took the chance to visit my postdoctoral supervisor while I was on holiday in San Francisco. I contacted the person beforehand via email, but never got any response. But a friend of mine told me that I should take the chance to literally knock on the door of the professor I wanted to work with and this actually worked very well. After I introduced myself we had a short conversation and at the end he offered me a postdoctoral position subject to the condition that he could raise some money for me. 6 weeks later he officially offered me the job and I accepted it.
Interview Question – The interview was not like questions and answers. It was a scientific conversation. Answer Question
Interviewed at UC Berkeley
Interview Details – graduated and stay in the same place as a postdoctoral scholar for another year. everything was smooth except that the paper works came one month late than it should. they say they will give me salary for that lost month though. still waiting....
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"it turns out that we have a income cap....."
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