Lecturer in Particle Physics
Deadline: October 24th, 2011
School of Physics & Astronomy
Closing date: 24/10/2011
The School of Physics and Astronomy wishes to appoint a Lecturer with an international reputation and track record in experimental particle physics. The Particle Physics Group is active at CERN (ATLAS and LHCb), Fermilab (Dzero) and on SuperNEMO. The Group is also world-leading in phenomenology. An outstanding scientist with expertise in both detector development and physics analysis is sought. Preference will be given to candidates wishing to play an important role on the next generation double beta decay experiment SuperNEMO and interested to extend the Group's activities in the areas of neutrino physics and/or non-accelerator particle physics.
The School has 80 academic staff delivering education to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Physics and Astronomy. Research is based in four divisions: Condensed Matter, Atomic and Biological Physics, Accelerator, Nuclear and Particle Physics; Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics; Theoretical Physics. The 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Prof. Andre Geim and Prof. Konstantin Novoselov for their work on graphene. The School has extensive laboratories and computing facilities. Academics work in collaboration with physicists and astronomers worldwide and participate in experiments at international laboratories such as CERN, Fermilab and at the Modane Underground Laboratory.
GPB 36,862 - 45,336 p.a.
Professor Stefan Soldner-Rembold
Tel: + 44 (0) 161 275 4151
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