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Title:
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Theoretical High Energy Physics
Position Number:
Pending
Hiring Unit:
Dept of Physics & Astronomy/High Energy Physics Group
Location:
UH Manoa
Date Posted:
March 04, 2015
Closing Date:
Continuous - application review begins December 19, 2014
Salary Information:
Stipend commensurate with experience and qualifications
Monthly Type:
11 Month
Full Time/Part Time:
Full Time
Temporary/Permanent:
Temporary - Not to Exceed: September 01, 2018
Funding:
Federal Funds

Other Conditions:
  • Non-tenuarable position with an initial appointment for one year, renewable for a second year subject to the availability of funds. Renewal for a third year may be possible by mutual agrement
Duties and Responsibilities
  1. The University of Hawaii, High Energy Physics Theory Group anticipates hiring a post-doctoral fellow starting around September 1, 2015. The interests of the members of the theory group include neutrino physics, flavor physics, dark matter, collider phenomenology, supersymmetry and electroweak phenomena at the TeV scale, Grand Unification, model building and inflationary cosmology. The experimental high energy physics effort in Hawaii includes accelerator experiments at Belle and BES, a variety of neutrino experiments, AMS, dark matter detection, and techniques for radio detection of high energy particles.
Minimum Qualifications
  1. PhD in physics, or equivalent, with specialization in theoretical high energy physics, and demonstrated ability to carry out independent research in particle physics phenomenology.

To Apply:
Applicants should include a cover letter along with a statement of research interests and curriculum vitae, and arrange for at least three letters of recommendation. We strongly prefer that applications be sent via academicjobsonline.org.
Address:
  1. Proj. Jason Kumar/Dept of Physics and Astronomy
  2. 2505 Correa Rd
  3. High Energy Physics Group
  4. Honolulu, HI 96822
Inquiries:
  1. Jason Kumar; 808-956-2972

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