Postdoctoral Researcher in Experimental High Energy Physics, Lawrence, KS, USA

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Deadline:  2024-06-17

Location:  Lawrence, KS, USA

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral researcher or research associate position in experimental high energy physics with the University of Kansas beginning as early as August 1, 2024. The person would work with the University of Kansas group on physics data analysis and detector operation and development for the CMS experiment. Candidates with relevant interests and experience are sought.
The University of Kansas experimental high-energy physics CMS group is pursuing a broad and exciting research program, with elements including detector development and operation in the CMS tracker group. The group’s analysis efforts have a particular focus on searches for evidence of new physics beyond the Standard Model. The group has interests in developing detector concepts for future e+e- colliders. The postdoctoral researcher or research associate would be expected to participate in many of these activities, taking a leadership role in advancing the group’s research program, interacting with and mentoring students, and engaging in creative and independent thought. The person may be stationed at CERN, in Geneva,
Switzerland or at the University of Kansas in Lawrence.

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Initial review of applications will begin June 17, 2024 and will continue until a qualified pool of applicants has been identified. Inquiries can be made by email to Graham Wilson, gwwilson[AT] . Candidates should arrange for at least three recommendation letters to be sent to gwwilson[AT] .
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