Postdoctoral position in experimental gamma-ray spectroscopy at SFU
Post-Doctoral Researcher Position at JYFL-ACCLAB
The Accelerator Laboratory of the Department of Physics, University of Jyväskylä is looking to fill a position as a post-doctoral researcher working in the Nuclear Spectroscopy Group. The successful candidate will contribute in all activities of the Nuclear Spectroscopy group. The candidate will be expected to take a significant role in the experimental program to be carried out at the MARA and RITU recoil separators. The separators can be coupled to various arrays of germanium and silicon detectors for in-beam and decay spectroscopic studies of exotic nuclei along the proton dripline and towards the superheavy elements. Furthermore, a so-called low energy branch will be developed at MARA, whereby the products of fusion-evaporation reactions will be stopped in a gas cell and then transported for laser spectroscopic studies and mass measurements. The candidate will be expected to actively contribute to the physics program of the group.
The application deadline is 30th November, and further details can be found at the link below:
Scientist position iThemba LABS
iThemba LABS seeks to appoint a scientist (experimental nuclear physics on a five-year contract basis). The application portal and details can be found here: https://nrfintra.careerjunction.co.za/jobs/view/2341184
Postdoctoral Position at National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory
The National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL) invites applications from outstanding candidates for a fixed-term research associate (Postdoctoral Researcher) position in the area of experimental nuclear science, who will work in the research group of Prof. Jaideep Singh.
The successful candidate will work in the NSCL Spinlab group under the direction of Prof. Jaideep Taggart Singh, whose members focus on the tests of fundamental symmetries and precision measurements. Amongst others, Spinlab develops techniques to optically manipulate and probe atomic nuclei. The successful candidate is expected to take a leading role in the development and testing of a new general-purpose high-efficiency molecular beam source for use in electric dipole moment searches using rare highly-deformed nuclei. This work is part of the US DOE Office of Science Early Career Research Program Award titled “Towards a Next Generation Search for Time-Reversal Violation Using Optically Addressable Nuclei in Cryogenic Solids.”
More information and application here: