Postdoc position on LISA data analysis, Toulouse, France

More info:  external link
Deadline:  2022-04-07

Location:  Toulouse, France

Job offer:
The Laboratoire des 2 Infinis – Toulouse (L2IT) is inviting applications for a 2-year postdoc position to work on gravitational wave data analysis for LISA. Applications instructions are available here below. The successful candidate is expected to start on the 1st of June 2022, or as soon as possible after that date. A PhD degree or equivalent must have been obtained before the starting date. More information can be found through the application link reported here below.

L2IT is a new laboratory established in 2020 with the objective to pursue fundamental research with innovative numerical and theoretical approaches. The research of the laboratory is focused on particle physics, gravitational waves and the nuclear matter equation of state, and it is supported by a complementary development of data analysis and data science methodologies.
The gravitational wave group at L2IT conducts research on both theoretical and experimental aspects of gravitational wave science, with a distinct focus at exploiting new ideas connecting theory with observations through data analysis and numerical simulations. The group is part of the LISA Consortium and of the Virgo Collaboration, it currently counts three permanent members, Christelle Buy, Sylvain Marsat and Nicola Tamanini, plus several postdocs and students, and it works in close collaboration with computing research engineers at L2IT.

Application instructions:
Interested candidates must complete the following steps to apply:
1) Submit an application containing a CV and a research statement through the Portail Emploi CNRS by following the instructions available at this link:
2) Arrange for two or more letters of recommendation to be submitted by the reference writers to nicola.tamanini[AT] (email subject “Reference for NAME SURNAME”)

Deadline & interviews:
Application deadline is on 7 April 2022. Remote interviews are currently planned for the end of April 2022.

Please contact Nicola Tamanini (nicola.tamanini[AT] or Sylvain Marsat (sylvain.marsat[AT] with any questions.