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Postdoctoral position at CEA/IRFU and CNRS/IPN Orsay

The ALICE groups of IRFU Saclay and IPN Orsay, invite applications for a 2 years postdoctoral
position in experimental heavy ion physics on the ALICE experiment at the LHC. The two groups at
IRFU and IPN have a long history of collaboration and both are strongly involved in the ALICE
forward muon spectrometer and its upgrade program. Our groups have recognized expertise in the
physics of the muon spectrometer, in particular in the physics of quarkonia in which we have a
leading role.

2 Post-doc positions at UNiversidade de Sao Paulo

Application is open for two post-doctoral positions at Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil (FAPESP grant number 2012/04583-8) on the following research topic:

- Heavy flavour physics in the ALICE experiment

These positions are for a period of two years, renewable up to four years. These positions also include a research grant that can be used for equipments and travel to conferences. Candidates are supposed to have:

Postdoc at Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares

The Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico is calling for candidates for postdoc in the department of High Energy.

The candidate may have abilities in detector building or in data analysis. The candidate would participate in the program of the laboratory of detectors in the ALICE collaboration.

The candidates should not be older than 35 years and not more than 3 years after obtaining the PhD.

Postdoc to work on ALIC

(i) Postdoc to work on ALICE:

The Relativistic Nuclear Collisions Program (RNC) of the Nuclear Science Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is seeking outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral position in experimental Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics, with the ALICE experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. RNC scientists play leading roles in both ALICE and in the STAR experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. RNC is currently developing future upgrade projects for both experiments.

Fellowships for PhD studies in Physics at the University of Cape Town

The High energy physics group at the UCT Physics Department is pleased to announce the availability of at
least two fellowships (stipend plus running costs) for students wishing to undertake a PhD in Physics at the
University of Cape Town. The fellowships are for 3 years and are available to local or international students.
The High energy physics group at the UCT Physics Department undertakes research within the following areas:
High energy theory, with a focus on quantum chromodynamics (QCD), Color Glass Condensate theory

Tenure track positions at the Physics Institute, UNAM, Mexico

Tenure track positions at the Physics Institute, UNAM (IF-UNAM), Mexico.

The Experimental Nuclear and High Energy Group (GENAE) of IF-UNAM calls your attention to the recent opening of new tenure-track positions for young researchers in several fields of physics, among

them: High Energy Physics and Particle Astrophysics.

http://www.fisica.unam.mx/convocatorias/Conv-SIJA-Ing.pdf

second workshop on the Physics at A Fixed Target ExpeRiment (AFTER) , 12-17 January 2014

This is an announcement for the second workshop on the Physics at A Fixed Target ExpeRiment (AFTER) using the LHC beams to be held at the Ecole of Physics of Les Houches (near Chamonix) on 12-17 January 2014. The agenda is still to be finalized, and will be progressively be updated at
https://indico.in2p3.fr/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=8591#all.detailed

search for one or more new tenure-track faculty hires - Cal Poly physics department

The Cal Poly physics department has initiated a search for one or more new tenure-track faculty hires.  We recently posted our job listing with Physics Today (online since Oct 17, print edition Nov-Dec 2013).  We are looking for enthusiastic teacher-scholars who want to educate undergraduates in a "learn-by-doing" approach, including meaningful research experiences with faculty.  

2 managing physicists (pay group TV-L E14, permanent positions) - PRISMA Cluster of Excellence at Mainz University

The newly established Detector Laboratory of the PRISMA Cluster of Excellence at Mainz
University (Faculty of Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science) is welcoming applications
for the following positions:

  2 managing physicists (pay group TV-L E14, permanent positions)
  one for each of the divisions Electronics and Detectors.

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