Contact:  u2grc-faculty[AT]googlegroups.comLocation:  Dartmouth, MA and Kingston, RI
One or more Ph.D. positions in the UMass-URI Gravity Research Consortium (U2GRC) starting in September 2023. We are particularly interested in applicants looking to work in these specific research areas: gravitational-wave detector characterization, parameter estimation and detection, data-driven modeling, numerical relativity, and black hole perturbation theory.
How to apply?
U2GRC is jointly run by the University of Rhode Island (URI) and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (UMassD). Therefore, interested students would apply to either URI, UMassD, or both depending on their preference. Applicants seeking further information may contact u2grc-faculty -at- googlegroups -dot- com. The deadline for submitting applications is February 1st, 2023.
About the UMass-URI Gravity Research Consortium:
The recently established U2GRC includes gravitational physics researchers at URI and UMassD. Faculty include Drs. Collin Capano (UMassD), Rob Coyne (URI), Sarah Caudill (UMassD), Scott Field (UMassD), Bob Fisher (UMassD), Doug Gobeille (URI), Gaurav Khanna (URI/UMassD), Michael Puerrer (URI) and Vijay Varma (UMassD). Many U2GRC faculty and students are members of the LIGO-Virgo-KAGRA Collaboration, LISA Consortium, and the SXS Collaboration. U2GRC currently has 10 PhD students.