October 23, 2017
Tim Gershon (Warwick), Ken Long (Imperial), Dan Watts (Edinburgh) have been awarded fellowships for 2017/18. More details on our Fellowship Page Fedor Bezrukov (Manchester), Antonella De Santo (Sussex), Christoph Englert (Glasgow), Cigdem Issever (Oxford), Jonas Rademacker (Bristol), Eram Rizvi (Queen Mary), Kostas Nikolopoulos (Birmingham), Donal O'Connell (Edinburgh) have been awarded associateships for 2017/18. More details on our Associateship Page
October 3, 2017
Durham University was awarded one of the STFC Centres for Doctoral Training in Data-Intensive Science (DDIS), for a cohort of 15 students to take up their four-year PhD project in October 2017. Today we welcomed the DDIS students to their journey. IPPP will host six of these students, to work on a joint project to use current and future data from experiments to constrain new physics models.
September 19, 2017
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. Housed in three floors of the purpose-built Ogden Centre, the Institute is the nation’s national centre for Phenomenology. You will find it an inspiring place to work. Here, you will produce exceptional research in particle physics phenomenology, while providing outstanding research-led and small group teaching and forging strong links with experimental groups. We are particularly keen to hear from you if you have expertise in Neutrino physics, Beyond-the-Standard model physics, or both. Read More and Apply Here
June 6, 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 The IPPP relies heavily on the input of the Particle Physics community to participate in its Steering Committee. The Steering Committee meets twice per year and is an essential factor in overseeing the research programme of the Institute and ensuring that the Institute is responsive to the needs of the UK particle physics community. Some of the committee members will soon complete their term of office and the IPPP would like to offer the opportunity for individuals to help shape the activities of IPPP. We are looking for one UK theorist, and one or two experimentalists. The current membership and terms of reference can be found at this web address If you would like to nominate a colleague or yourself to be a member of the committee, please email your suggestions to email@example.com before 31st...
June 6, 2017
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 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 2017. 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...
June 6, 2017
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 Each Associateship will have a value of up to £3,000 per annum and last for one year, although it can be extended for the second year following the normal application procedure. The Associateships are funded through the IPPP. Applications are reviewed and awards are made by the IPPP Steering Committee. The aim of this programme is to support particle physics phenomenology research in the UK. The Associateship will be awarded to individuals or small teams to support their research programme and used for visits of the Associate to IPPP and visits of IPPP staff, PDRAs or students to the Associate’s institution, and for support of research meetings and conferences organised by the Associate and members of the Institute. The Associateships will be awarded on the basis of scientific excellence...
May 5, 2017
Two 3-year PhD studentships at IPPP, Durham are available starting from October 2017. They will be supervised by Prof. Frank Krauss and Dr. Jeppe R. Andersen respectively. The funding for the studentships is associated with two EU Early Stage Researcher positions at the University of Durham. The deadline for applying is noon 01-Jun-2017. The studentships are some of several funded by the EU MCnet ITN and is open to anyone who has not resided or carried out their main activity (work or study) in the UK for more than 12 months in the previous 36 months. The criteria for eligibility are detailed in the documents available at the University of Durham application page mentioned below. Contact Prof. Frank Krauss or Dr. Jeppe R. Andersen for informal enquiries on these studentships Two applications will have to be filed at: 1) the University of Durham application page: https://recruitment.durham.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_f... 2) the central MCnet page...
April 25, 2017
We have chosen 12 students for an IPPP summer studentship (out of 41 international applications) Stefan Spence Dorian Amaral Edward Nathan Roan Haggar Henry Truong Jack Birkin Ashley Kelly Dominic Stafford Tom Spencer Andrea HeiYin Kam Luke Miller Lucy Budge We also have one departmental studentship out of 20 applicants: Hoaxing Gong
February 27, 2017
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. Interested students should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found here
February 1, 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.
Professor Keith Ellis (IPPP director) was elected as Chair of the Scientific Policy Committee (SPC) of CERN for a first period of one year from 1 January 2017
January 5, 2017