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Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology

The IPPP was awarded the Research Impact Fund from Durham University earlier this year for bringing their outreach exhibition Modelling the Invisible to the Orkney Science Festival and to Gravity Fields in Grantham.

Ramona Gröber, postdoctoral researcher at the IPPP, has been offered a W2 professorship for 5 years at the Humboldt-University in Berlin, Germany.

Application for the next round of IPPP Associateships and Senior Experimental Fellowships is open. The deadline is 31st August 2018

We are looking for a new colleague working on Monte Carlo event generators (HERWIG). The deadline is 2nd August, more information under:

The IPPP is taking part at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition 2018 - starting on Monday 2nd July - with a stand on neutrino physics. More information can be found at https://ghostsintheuniverse.org/

Prof. Michael Spannowsky was awarded the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt foundation for outstanding contributions to research and teaching.

Our first award to the DIVA program goes to Prof. Seung Joon Lee, Korea University.
Prof. Seung Joon Lee will be visiting for 4 weeks, including seminars at IPPP and Sussex during mid-June to mid-July 2018.

IPPP PhD students Tom Jubb and Philip Waite were exceeding all expectations during an internship at

IPPP postdoc Gurpreet Singh Chahal won the CMS 2017 Achievement Award for "leadership in the Physics Data Monte Carlo Validation team, and for outstanding contributions to management of the production of Monte Carlo simulation events and, in particular, for dedication to the