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Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology

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Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology

Durham University was awarded one of the STFC Centres for Doctoral Training in Data-Intensive Science (DDIS), for a cohort of 15 students. They take up their four-year PhD projects in October 2017, at IPPP, ICC and CEA. Today we welcomed the DDIS students to their journey.

As an Assistant Professor in one of the UK’s very best Physics departments, you will be based in the internationally recognised Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology.

The IPPP is taking part at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition in London from 3th till 9th July 2017.

http://www.ippp.dur.ac.uk/steering-committee
The vacancies are for theorists and experimentalists.
Retiring members are Alan Barr, Cristina Lazzeroni and Robert Thorne

To be awarded to small teams led by senior UK PP experimentalists.
Duration 1 year, start date 1 January 2018
Application closing date: 31st August 2017
Value up to £10,000

To be awarded to small teams led by senior UK PP experimentalists.
Duration 1 year, start date 1 January 2018
Application closing date: 31st August 2017
Value up to £3,000

Two 3-year PhD studentships at IPPP, Durham are available starting from October 2017.

We have chosen 12 students for an IPPP summer studentship (out of 41 international applications)

The IPPP will offer again this summer the possibility of working on a project in theoretical particle physics for about three weeks in Summer 2017.

The deadline for the application is 27th March 2017.

The IPPP receives Euro 591k from the EU to support MCnet activities for four years. The IPPP will support student and postdoc training as a node of the MCnet Marie Curie ITN.

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