Physics: High Energy, Physics: Nuclear, Physics: Particle
The Medium Energy Group in the Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory invites talented individuals to apply for a staff position in experimental medium-energy nuclear physics. We will consider all applicants with a background in experimental medium or high energy nuclear/particle physics. However, some preference will be given to those with a research program that overlaps with the existing and future facilities funded by the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Physics, such as the experimental programs at Jefferson Lab and Brookhaven National Laboratory.
We are seeking candidates with an excellent research record and great promise for future growth. We plan to appoint at the rank of Assistant Physicist (Argonne’s equivalent of a tenure-track Assistant Professor). We may also consider candidates at the level of Physicist (Argonne’s equivalent of a tenured Associate Professor). The appointment can start as early as January 2021.
The Medium Energy Group currently has seven staff members, two engineers, and several postdocs and students. Our team has a broad-ranging program in hadron and nuclear physics, leading electron scattering experiments in Jefferson Lab in Hall A, B, and C, including CLAS12 and SoLID. We have led SeaQuest and are also involved in SpinQuest at Fermilab, the MUSE experiment at PSI, the NEXT 0νββ experiment, and an in-house program to measure the Radium EDM. The Group also has a comprehensive program in detector technology, including pixelized MCP-PMTs, ultrafast silicon sensors, and superconducting nanowire detectors.
Furthermore, we are investing in the Electron-Ion Collider, leveraging resources from an Argonne Strategic LDRD and Program Development funds. Our current focus lies in physics simulations, including machine learning and artificial intelligence methods, leveraging the world-class high-performance computing facilities at Argonne. The Argonne EIC group is a close collaboration between members of the Medium-Energy, Theory, and Accelerator R&D groups, together with the High Energy Physics and Material Science Divisions.
Interested applicants must complete the following steps:
Complete the application and profile at 408874 (or search for requisition #408874 via www.anl.gov/hr/external-applicants).
Email a curriculum vitae and a statement of research interests to Paula Dahlberg (email@example.com)
Arrange for four letters of recommendation to be emailed to the same address.
Please send all application materials in PDF, MS Word, or plain text format to Paula Dahlberg (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also reach Paula for any questions.
Applications received by Monday, November 2nd, 2020, will receive our fullest consideration.
The selected candidate will be placed at the appropriate level (RD2 or RD3) dependent upon depth and breadth of relevant knowledge and skills brought to the position, as well as the amount of relevant experience. The preferred requirements are:
At the RD2 Level, It is preferred that candidates have a at least a PhD +2 years of research experience.
At the RD3 Level, It is preferred that candidates have at least a PhD +6 years of research experience.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Additional Salary Information: The selected candidate will be placed at the appropriate level (RD2 or RD3) dependent upon depth and breadth of relevant knowledge and skills brought to the position, as well as the amount of relevant experience.
Internal Number: 408874
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