Tenure-track Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear Physics

19 March 2019

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Seoul National University invites highly qualified individuals from all of the world to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in all the areas of experimental nuclear physics. Detailed information can be found in the following link. https://professor.snu.ac.kr/adm/public/hurt/rcrt/frame/oio/NoticeMattrDetail.jsp?srnum=489&nowPage=1 (For English announcement, please click EN(grayed out) on the top right corner of the webpage.)

The attached documents in the above link contain official information in details. For inquiries regarding the position, the official contact is the College of Natural Sciences, Seoul National University (joongho@snu.ac.kr). But you can also send questions to Seonho Choi (choi@phya.snu.ac.kr), who can give unofficial, but more physicist-familiar answers.

The application material should be received between April 1 and April 15 of 2019. No applications will be accepted after the deadline of April 15, 2019.


Postdoctoral Research Associate in Experimental Nuclear Physics

14 March 2019

Please find attached an advertisement for a postdoctoral position in experimental nuclear physics. The position is joint between the University of Connecticut and Argonne National Laboratory, and is focused on research done with HELIOS, as well as support and development work on SOLARIS, a joint development venture between Argonne, MSU, and UConn. Please forward this announcement to any interested and qualified colleagues, and encourage them to consider applying.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Experimental Nuclear Physics - LPC-Caen

06 March 2019

The Nuclear Structure Group at LPC-Caen (France) has an opening for a two year postdoctoral fellowship starting 1 Sept 2019.

The successful candidate will be primarily involved in the group's experimental programme at the RIBF-RIKEN (Japan) including the commissioning and operating of the upgrade to the NEBULA neutron array (NEBULA-Plus).

Applicants are expected to have no more than 2-3 years of postdoctoral experience.

Applications should be made by Wednesday 20 March via the CNRS employment platform.

https://emploi.cnrs.fr/Offres/CDD/UMR6534-AURGON-007/Default.aspx?lang=EN

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Postdoctoral fellowship in gravitational and nuclear astrophysics (Lyon, France)

19 February 2019

The Theory Group of the Institute for Nuclear Physics of Lyon (IPNL) invites applications for a two-year CNRS funded postdoctoral fellowship in gravitational and nuclear astrophysics. Our group has strong ongoing research efforts in nuclear, hadron and particle physics and astrophysics and the successful candidate will work on the project entitled « understanding super-dense matter with gravitational waves ». We are seeking excellent recent graduates candidates (PhD defense after Sept. 2017) with solid knowledge of theoretical physics. We especially encourage applications from candidates with experience in computational astrophysics and/or dense matter modeling, however outstanding candidates in all areas will be considered.

The successful candidate will work closely with three researchers in the group (A. Arbey, H. Hansen and J. Margueron). The group is also member of the PHAROS COST European network which organizes conferences, workshops and schools in compact star physics.

Applicants should apply online though the official CNRS web-site: http://bit.ly/2Ghmev4 (French and English versions are available). Also available from: https://inspirehep.net/record/1720139

Two letters of references and CV shall preferably be submitted online.

The review of applications is starting now and will continue until the position is filled. Priority will however be given to applications received before the deadline of February. The job can start from September 2019.


Special Postdoctoral Researcher position at RIKEN

18 February 2019

RIKEN is currently accepting applications for the FY2020 Special Postdoctoral Researcher (SPDR) Program, from young, creative, independent researchers who will be a powerful force in furthering RIKEN’s research activities. Details of the SPDR program can be found at http://www.riken.jp/en/careers/programs/spdr/career2020/

The application deadline is 17:00 (JST) April 18th, 2019, Thursday, but you have to register yourself no later than April 11th.

A list of laboratories that can host a SPDR can be found at http://www.riken.jp/~/media/riken/careers/programs/spdr/career2020/host_lab.pdf


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