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The Center for Fundamental Physics (CFP) with Tabletop Experiments is searching for CFP Postdoctoral Fellows able to play key roles in new measurements that test the standard model of particle physics and probe for physics beyond the standard model (e.g. searches for dark matter and quantum gravity). Contacts and application requirements are at https://cfp.physics.northwestern.edu/opportunities.html.
About Northwestern University Center for Fundamental Physics
The Center for Fundamental Physics with Tabletop Experiments (CFP for short) is a long-term initiative of Northwestern University and its Department of Physics and Astronomy. Its faculty members, graduate students and undergraduates specialize in tabletop experiments that investigate the particles, interactions, and symmetries of the universe - to test and help develop our most fundamental theoretical descriptions. A weekly CFP colloquium features the most exciting international developments in fundamental physics, including relevant atomic, molecular, and optical physics, along with related developments in high energy physics, astrophysics, and new detector technologies. Associates of the CFP are researchers from Northwestern and neighboring institutions who broaden the CFP community by their participation in the CFP and its colloquium. The CFP serves as the gateway for foundation funds to researchers doing fundamental physics with tabletop experiments. The CFP also encourages interdisciplinary activities that reflect upon, illuminate and reveal the assumptions, implications and methods of fundamental physics.
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