Korea ALICE(A Large Ion Collider Experiment) Team
Chonbuk National University, Gangnung-Wonju National University,
Inha University, Pusan National University, Sejong University and Yonsei University
One Post-doctoral Researcher in Heavy Ion Physics Experiment (ALICE)
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For your information, please note that the following vacancy notice EP-DI-2017-13-LD for an Experimental Physicist (Grade 6 or 7) has been published in e-RT and will shortly be on internet job portals.
Publication date: 09.02.2017
Publication deadline: 22.03.2017
For your information, please note that the following vacancy notice SMB-SE-CEB-2017-12-LD for a Work Supervisor 3 or 4, has been published in e-RT and will shortly be on internet job portals.
Publication date: 08.02.2017
Publication deadline: 07.03.2017
I would like to kindly ask you to circulate the following link to a post-doctoral position in Dark Matter axions experiments at the University of Hamburg
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Experimental Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics & JETSCAPE
The Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn invites applications for a Post-doctoral Researcher (m/f) in the ALICE experiment (100%, E 13 TV-L).
Please find more info in attachment.
The ALICE IPNO group is proposing a 3-year PhD position starting October 1st, 2017.
The group is strongly involved in quarkonium and charmed hadron production analysis and has also responsibilities in the Muon Spectrometer detector operations.
The successful applicant will work on the analysis of charmonium production in the pp and Pb-Pb collisions of the LHC run-II. Participation in running the experiment at CERN during data taking periods and contribution to service tasks for the Collaboration are also expected.
We are seeking to appoint an experienced individual to work on a major STFC-funded Silicon Tracking Detector project in the Liverpool Semiconductor Detector Centre and STFC Daresbury Laboratory Engineering Technology Centre: the upgrade of the ALICE Inner Tracking System. The Inner Tracking System upgrade is a new tracking and vertexing detector comprising seven layers of Monolithic Active Pixel Sensors (MAPS). The production phase for this project takes place over the next two years.
I am pleased to announce that LLNL has an opening for a Postdoc in Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics. Interested applications should submit to the online posting below and arrange to have 3 letters sent to email@example.com.
LLNL, Nuclear & Particle Physics Group Leader