Call for Post Doctoral Fellow at IRCNPC and IRCBBC
International Research Center for Nuclei and Particles in Cosmos (IRCNPC)
International Research Center for Big Bang Cosmology and Element Genesis (IRCBBC)
IRCNPC and IRCBBC of Beihang University at Beijing is asking for applications for Post Doctoral Fellows. The term is for two years and the salary per year is 300,000 RMB (~US$43,400, ~40,700 Euro, or 4,980,000 JP Yen). The dead line for application is May 20, 2017.
IRCNPC is directed by I. Tanihata and promotes experimental and theoretical studies of nuclei and hadrons using world wide facility such as GSI Germany, RCNP Japan, and IMP Lanzhou. Applicants who are interested in studies of nuclear structure and/or nuclear astrophysics
are encouraged to apply. Also the research using ultra-cold neutrons are within the scope.
IRCBBC is directed by T. Kajino and promotes theoretical studies on Big Bang cosmology and element genesis. We seek for a few postdoctoral research associates in the field of theoretical nuclear
astrophysics and cosmology who are interested in explosive nucleosynthesis and neutrino physics of the early Universe and supernovae.
These two research centers promote international and interdisciplinary collaboration by bringing together experimental nuclear physicists, astronomers, cosmochemists, cosmic ray physicists and so on as well as theoretical astrophysicists to Beihang University.
The condition for applications are;
1. An applicant has to be 35 years old or younger on June 30,
2. An applicant has to be a graduate of the renowned university.
3. An applicant has PhD.
4. The term of the contract is for two years and he/she has to
stay in Beihang more than 20 month in this period.
5. An applicant has to be fluent in Chinese or in English.
The following documents have to be submitted for application. An applicant may apply for the position before obtaining all the necessary documents but all documents have to be ready by May 20, 2017.
1. Application form (the form will be supplied later).
2. A copy of your ID or passport.
3. A copy of the PhD certificate.
5. List of research achievements.
6. Two letters of recommendation.
Please contact either director if you are interested in the fellowship program.
Please send your statement of interest and documents 4 and 5 by April 30, 2017. Any questions related to the fellowship are also welcome at anytime.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory accelerator "LANSCE" is presently seeking a Postdoctoral researcher position in the field of ion sources and injectors. The advertisement can be found in the attachment below.
Job Number: “IRC52093”
Link: Click Here
nEXO Postdoc position in Ba tagging at Colorado State
I have a position available now for a postdoc to work on the Ba tagging in SXe project in my lab. I would appreciate your help identifying good candidates for this position both within the nEXO Collaboration and in other Collaborations in which you are participating. The physics of this work spans a number of experimental disciplines, so potential candidates might have a range of experimental skills that would be very beneficial to this project.
The website for information and application is:
Interested applicants can contact me at the numbers below. The deadline for full consideration is Feb. 13.
Thank you very much for help in finding a good scientist for this work.
Post Doc Position at UWS in EXperimental low-energy physics
The low-energy nuclear structure group at the University of the West of Scotland has a job opening for a 12 months Post Doc position.
A description of the position and expected qualities of the applicant can be found under:
Click here for the link
The application should be submitted through the link above.
Post Doc Fellowship Positions with LHC Accelerator Research Program
These positions are offered by the LHC Accelerator Research Program
(LARP) in support of the High Luminosity LHC project. The present focus
is on prototyping and performance demonstrations of major US hardware
contributions, in particular superconducting magnets and crab cavities
required for the new interaction regions. Beam physics calculations and
advanced instrumentationare also part of the above mentioned
Fellows will be hosted by one of the U.S. DOE laboratories involved in
the LARP collaboration: Brookhaven National Laboratory, Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and SLAC
National Accelerator Laboratory. The choice of resident laboratory for
each Fellow will be negotiated, and will depend on each individual's
chosen and approved research interest. During the course of the
fellowship, there will be opportunities for visits to other
collaborating institutions and CERN as part of the project activities.
The deadline for applications is February 28, 2017. Applicants should
have received their Ph.D. within the last several years. Ph.D.
candidates who are close to completion of their research project and are
expected to receive their degree by mid-2017 are also welcome to apply.
The term of the Fellowship is two years extendable to three with mutual
Further details on the fellowship are available at
Researcher in Relativistic radioactive ion beams at Lund university
Lund University was founded in 1666 and is regularly ranked as one of the world’s top 100 higher education institutions. The University has 41 000 students and 7 500 staff based in Lund, Helsingborg and Malmö. We are united in our efforts to understand, explain and improve our world and the human condition.
The Faculty of Science conducts research and education within Biology, Astronomy, Physics, Geosciences, Chemistry, Mathematics and Environmental Sciences. The Faculty is organized into ten departments, gathered in the northern campus area. The Faculty has approximately 1900 students, 330 PhD students and 700 employees.
The Department of Physics is with a staff of about 350 scientists and educators one of the largest departments within Lund University. There are seven research divisions and a number of research centra within the department. The research activities at the department cover a broad spectrum of modern physics.
The Division of Nuclear Physics is active in applied as well as fundamental nuclear physics research. The Division performs long term research in fundamental nuclear physics using radioactive ion beams at ISOLDE at CERN and within the NUSTAR collaboration at GSI/FAIR. The current position is focused on experiments with the calorimeter, CALIFA, that the nuclear reactions group is currently developing for the R3B (Reactions with Relativistic Radioactive Beams) experiment at FAIR.
CALIFA is a multidetector system, comprising about 3000 detector modules of CsI(Tl), for charged particles and gamma rays from reactions with relativistic radioactive ion beams. The detector system is developed within the framework of a working group in the R3B-experiment where the Lund group plays a central role. The project is supported by the Swedish research council as part of the Swedish FAIR membership. We are now looking for a researcher to join the group for the completion and characterization of CALIFA, and for reletated tests and experiments in Lund and at international facilities.
The candidate will have a central role in the group's activity to develop, characterize and use detectors in experiments within the field of fundamental nuclear physics. To propose, plan and carry out experiments and tests with a direction towards future use of CALIFA at FAIR is central to the work. The research and development carried out in the project is done within the framework of an international collaboration. The candidate is expected to participate in the work of the collaboration which will require periodic travel and stays abroad.
The candidate must hold a doctoral degree in experimental subatomic physics, preferably involving experiments with relativistic ion beams and detector development for charged particles and gamma rays.
experience with the development, construction, and evaluation of the performance of radiation detectors and from experiments using this kind of detectors.
proficiency with mathematical modelling, simulation, and data-analysis techniques.
the willingness and ability to spend periods abroad.
very good knowledge of spoken and written English.
Basis of assessment
Experience with the development, construction, and evaluation of the performance of radiation detectors is required, as is proficiency with related data acquisition, data analysis, mathematical modelling, and simulation. Willingness and ability to spend periods abroad is required, and very good skills in oral and written English are thus a must. Prior experience with scintillation detectors for charged particles and gamma rays is an asset, as is familiarity with toolkits such as ROOT and GEANT4. Experience from working effectively in a team in a research environment is also an asset. Good presentation skills and the ability to follow timetables and meet deadlines are all highly desirable qualifications. Working knowledge of a European language in addition to English is a merit.
Apply online! Applications must contain a cover letter in which applicants describe themselves and their particular research interests. Applications must also include a CV, a pdf copy of the doctoral thesis, a list of at least three references together with their contact details, and any other documents to which the applicant wishes to refer.
We kindly decline all sales and marketing contacts.
Lund University welcomes applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We regard gender equality and diversity as a strength and an asset.
Type of employment: Temporary position longer than 6 months
Contract type: Full time
First day of employment: 2017-04-01 or according to agreement
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 100 %
County: Skåne län
Reference number: PA2017/176
Joakim Cederkäll, professor; firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 46 222 76 85
Ragnhild Möller, HR coordinator, email@example.com, +46 46 222 94 58
OFR/ST:Fackförbundet ST:s kansli, 046-222 93 62, firstname.lastname@example.org
SACO:Saco-s-rådet vid Lunds universitet, 046-222 93 64, email@example.com
Last application date
02.Mar.2017 11:59 PM CET
Postdoc Openings at UNAM (IFUNAM) in experimental HEP
The Physics Institute at UNAM (IFUNAM), Mexico, has an opening for a Postdoc in experimental HEP to participate in ALICE-CERN V0+ detector development. V0+ is an integral part of the new Fast Interaction Trigger (FIT) for the upgrade of ALICE detector to be implemented during the Long Shutdown 2 scheduled for 2019-2020. Interested applicants should submit a CV and 3 letters of recommendation to:
ALICE-IFUNAM Team Leader