Job title - Lecturer in Physics
Job reference - REQ000535
Date posted - 19/01/2018
Application closing date - 04/03/2018
Location - Paisley
Salary - £42,418 - £47,722
Job category/type - Academic and Research
Job description - School of Engineering and Computing - Full-time
The Experimental Nuclear Physics Research Group at the University of the West of Scotland has internationally recognised research programmes studying the structure and properties of exotic nuclei. Our research is primarily conducted at large overseas facilities such as JYFL (Finland), Legnaro National Laboratory (Italy) and ISOLDE (CERN). We were one of the founding members of the Scottish Universities Physics Alliance, SUPA, which is the pioneering research pooling initiative in physics in Scotland. We are presently seeking to strengthen the nuclear-physics research group with the appointment of a permanent academic staff member at the Lecturer level.
The successful applicant will be based on the Paisley Campus of the University of the West of Scotland and will contribute effectively to research, to teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and to academic administration. Part of the role may involve the design and development of new undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.
A successful track record of research in experimental nuclear physics and a strong publication record are essential. The successful applicant will contribute to nuclear-physics research within the group and develop and lead new programmes of research. The successful applicant must be willing to travel and to work at international nuclear-physics laboratories where necessary.
The University of the West of Scotland is committed to supporting your personal development and providing an inclusive working environment. UWS has the Athena SWAN Bronze Award, is a Disability Confident employer, and welcomes applications from under-represented groups; assuch we particularly encourage applications supporting our diversity agenda.
Scotland has some stunning countryside and coastlines for outdoor and family life. We are close to Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, with its rich heritage andvibrant cultural life, and Glasgow International Airport is very close to the Paisley campus.
Informal enquiries about this post should be sent to Professor John F. Smith, Email: John.F.Smith@uws.ac.uk Tel: (44) 0141 848 3652
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Interview date: Tuesday 20th March 2018
UWS is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applications from underrepresented groups.
UWSis a "Disability Confident" employer.
University of the West of Scotland is a registered Scottish charity, no. SC002520.
Postdoctoral Position in Experimental Nuclear Physics at the University of MAssachusetts Lowell
The 2018 Principality of Monaco/ITER postdoctoral fellowships are now open for application.
In January 2008, a Partnership Agreement was signed between the ITER Organization and the Principality of Monaco to set up a Postdoctoral Fellowship program. Since then, five young scientists from the seven ITER Member countries or from the Principality of Monaco have been appointed every two years, and—over a period of two years—are trained in research areas related to the ITER Project. In January 2018, the Agreement was renewed for ten years, and a new recruitment campaign launched.
The principal motivation of the Research Fellowships is the development of excellence in research in fusion science and technology within the ITER framework. Brilliance and creativity, together with understanding of the relevance of the individual research interests to the ITER Project are a key requirement.
The Monaco/ITER Postdoctoral Fellowship Program allows young researchers to participate in one of the great scientific and technical challenges of the 21st century and to work closely with leading experts in fusion science and technology within a unique international framework. If you are interested in contributing to the development of fusion energy and would like to experience the ITER Project "up close," the Monaco/ITER Fellowships are a great opportunity.
Your PhD was awarded after 1 January 2015 or you are about to obtain one.
You would like to carry out a research project and to participate in publications of high-quality journal articles in fusion science and technology.
Topics of postdoctoral fellowships
Within the ITER Project research possibilities exist in many areas of fusion science and technology, including:
Plasma facing materials and components
Burning plasma physics (confinement, stability, plasma-wall interactions, control, energetic particle physics)
Heating and current drive physics and technology
Fusion plasma diagnostics
Superconducting magnet technology
Mechanical engineering/ structural analysis
Remote handling technology
Vacuum technology and plasma fuelling technology
Tritium Breeding and tritium handling technology
Conditions for applicants
You are a national of one of ITER Members or of the Principality of Monaco
Your PhD was awarded after the 1 January 2015 or you will have received your PhD by the deadline for taking up an award.
Fill-in an online application file
Upload your Curriculum Vitae (including a selection of your most important publications and photocopies of your highest academic qualification)
Upload a letter of motivation -- limited to 2 pages
Important: Three letters of recommendation are also required. Please send those letters together with additional copies of your CV and motivation letter in one PDF file to HR-Recruitment@iter.org with a subject line: 2018 Monaco Fellowship application.
Time schedule for the 2018 postdoctoral fellowship program:
16 January 2018 : External launch of competition
1 March 2018 : Deadline for application
2 and 3 April 2018 : Candidate interviews
1 September 2018 : Fellows normally on site
31 December 2018 : Latest date for Fellows to take up award on site
Further Information: For questions related to aspects of the Monaco/ITER Postdoctoral Fellowships or the associated research projects please contact email@example.com.
Postdoctoral Position in Experimental Low-Energy Nuclear Physics at University of Tennessee, Knoxville
15 January 2018
Postdoctoral Position in Experimental Low-Energy Nuclear Physics at UNC - TUNL