2017-2018 Senior Experimental Fellows
|Tim Gershon||Warwick||Towards the ultimate precision in flavour physics|
|Ken Long, Dan Watts||Imperial, Edinburgh||Bridging the gap between neutrino-nucleus and electro-nucleus scattering|
2018-2019 Senior Experimental Fellows
These are awarded to small teams led by senior UK experimentalists and involving more junior researchers (postdocs and students) to support participation of UK experimentalists in the IPPP Phenomenology Network. The Fellowships are for one calendar year with a possibility of extension for another year. Starting date 1 January 2019.
The Senior Experimental Fellowships are funded by IPPP, and are intended to cover travel and local expenses to support visits of the team to Durham. The goal of the Fellowships is to support IPPP engagement with UK experimentalists, to stimulate their participation in the IPPP UK phenomenology network by strengthening research links, and to create new initiatives between the experimental and theoretical communities in the UK.
Applications for Senior Experimental Fellowships are invited from leaders of the teams and should contain a brief description of proposed activities, a programme of visits to Durham by team members, and proposals for engagement with the IPPP UK phenomenology network activities. These activities can include (but are not limited to) involvement in Topical IPPP Annual Research Programmes. Applicants are invited to send a two page proposal electronically to IPPP Director (email@example.com) with a copy to the IPPP Secretary Linda Grieve (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The deadline for applications is 31 August 2018.