Contact:  ignazio.bombaci[AT]unipi.itLocation:  Pisa, Italy
The Neutron Star Matter theory group at the INFN Pisa Section has an opening for a 2-year postdoc position in the field of Extreme Matter and Compact Object Physics sponsored by the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN). The postdoc will work at the INFN Pisa Section and Physics Department of the University of Pisa under the supervision of Prof. Ignazio Bombaci. The research topic is “Modelling the equation of state of dense and hot matter for astrophysical applications”.
The deadline for applications is November 10 2023 (11:59 a.m. CET) and the starting date for the position should be no later than November 1st 2024. Candidates planning to finish their PhD before November 1st 2024 are also welcome to apply.
The annual gross salary is 31308 EUR (the net yearly salary is ~27600 EUR). Candidates from outside Pisa may also be eligible to get an additional 5000 EUR per year. Funds for attending conferences are also available via INFN.
Applications are only accepted online via the following link: https://reclutamento.dsi.infn.it/ (search for N. Bando 25864 (job number 25864))
Eligible candidates may be:
– Non-Italian citizens, or
– Italian citizens who, at the submission deadline, hold a position in a foreign institution and have been continuously abroad for at least three years.
Please note also that applicants with a PhD should have obtained it no more than 8 years prior to the call deadline, i.e. on or after November 10th, 2015 (this time limit may be extended in case of maternity, paternity, national service, or long-term illness).
The application must include:
– a curriculum vitae;
– a publication list;
– the names and e-mail addresses of three referees, each of them may upload a reference letter not later than November 13th, 2023 (11:59 a.m. CET).
In the application the candidate will be requested to indicate the INFN Section (Sezione di Pisa) and the research topic (Modelling the equation of state of dense and hot matter for astrophysical applications) since the call N. 25864 includes other 14 topics in different INFN Sections. Full instructions in English can be found on the above page (file “Pdf Bando”).
Pisa, world-famous for its leaning tower and for having been the birthplace of Galileo Galilei, is a beautiful small city in Tuscany close to the sea and with an international airport just a few kilometers from the city center.
The gravitational wave interferometer VIRGO is located in the Pisa countryside, and research on gravitational waves is a major experimental activity at the Pisa INFN Section and at the Physics Department of the University of Pisa.
Please spread this information to potentially interested candidates in your group.
For inquire please do not hesitate to contact Prof. Ignazio Bombaci (ignazio.bombaci[AT]unipi.it)