CENPA Postdoctoral Position in Neutrino Physics (KATRIN)
The University of Washington Center for Experimental Nuclear Physics and
Astrophysics (CENPA) has an immediate opening for a Research Associate to work on
the KATRIN neutrino mass experiment. KATRIN is the world’s preeminent experiment
currently probing the neutrino mass in a direct, model independent way. The experiment
is in the final stages of commissioning and is about to embark on its program to probe the
neutrino mass. A new Research Associate will be in an excellent position to participate in
the initial data taking and analysis, as well as contribute to the development of additional
physics opportunities offered by this unique experiment. CENPA is a fertile environment
for the experimental neutrino physicist, with additional active participation in the
Majorana Demonstrator/LEGEND, Project 8, COHERENT, TRIMS,
KamLAND/KamLAND-Zen, and SELENA experiments.
We welcome highly motivated applicants having received a Ph.D. in atomic, nuclear,
particle physics, or astronomy within the last 3 years, or who are expecting a Ph.D.
before starting the position. Applicants should submit with their application letter a
curriculum vitae and a list of publications, and have three letters of recommendation sent
to Dr. Peter Doe (firstname.lastname@example.org), CENPA, Box 351560, University of Washington,
Seattle WA 98195. Electronic submission is encouraged. Applications received by June
22nd, 2018 will receive full consideration.
The University of Washington is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
The University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff and strongly encourages
applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.
Contact: Dr. Peter Doe
Letters of Reference should be sent to: email@example.com