Research positions at TRIUMF

13 January 2020

TRIUMF is looking to hire a post-doctoral researcher (in collaboration with MIT), and a research faculty position. More details can be found in the following links:

Staff Position in Nuclear Physics at CEA Saclay

26 December 2019

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NextProf Science—Future Faculty Workshop at the University of Michigan

26 December 2019

The University of Michigan will offer a NextProf Science workshop, May 4-May 7, 2020, aimed at encouraging talented scientists and mathematicians with a demonstrated commitment to diversity to consider academia as a career. Participants will develop strategies to prepare them to pursue academic careers. The workshop is targeted at scholars ready to take the next step—postdoctoral fellows and very advanced doctoral students. Underrepresented minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply. Travel, lodging, and meals will be provided for those selected to participate. Deadline for submission of the application and reference letter is January 19, 2020. Learn more at:

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Postdoctoral Position at the University of Groningen

18 December 2019

Postdoc position in mass spectrometry for nuclear physics studies at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands. For more information:

Postdoctoral Position at York University

22 November 2019

We are seeking an enthusiastic researcher with experience of experimental nuclear physics for an STFC-supported detector-development programme on active-target technology for low-energy nuclear astrophysics measurements with radioactive beams. Expertise in the areas of active targets and/or gas detectors would be advantageous. The position is funded for 18 months. The appointed person will be based at York and will spend extended periods at the TRIUMF Laboratory, Vancouver, Canada.

The role will be to develop and characterise a state-of-the-art active target detector, based on Gas Electron Multipliers (GEMs) technology or similar, to increase the sensitivity to low-energy reaction products. You will also characterise the electric field configuration and experience with GEANT4 would be desirable. As part of this role, you will work with colleagues at York and TRIUMF, on the pulse shape analysis algorithms for use in the data acquisition.

The Department of Physics is at the forefront of pioneering global research and technological advancement in our world leading research centres, focused around biophysics, condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, and plasma physics and fusion energy at the York Plasma Institute. As a Department we strive to provide a working environment which allows all staff and students to contribute fully, to flourish, and to excel. We aim to ensure that there is a supportive and egalitarian culture at all levels and across all staff groups. We promote good practice and a strong culture of equality in higher education, and are proud of our Juno Champion Award and Athena SWAN Silver Award.

Interview date: 19 December 2019

For informal enquiries: please contact Dr Alison Laird: tel. 01904 332240, e-mail: or Christian Diget: tel 01904 322221, e-mail:

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