Post-Doctoral Associate in Fundamental Neutron Physics (OAA# 21609-09)
A postdoc position is available in the fundamental neutron physics group at Indiana University. Members of this group (Chen-Yu Liu, Josh Long, and Mike Snow) are active in a broad set of experiments using low energy neutrons which address exciting questions in nuclear/particle/astrophysics/cosmology. Experiments in progress include, but are not limited to, two experiments (UCNtau, BL2) to measure the neutron lifetime, measurements (NSR) of slow neutron spin rotation to measure the neutron-nucleon weak interaction and to search for possible exotic neutron interactions, R&D work for the nEDM experiment which will search for the neutron electric dipole moment, and various tests of short-range gravity using neutron interferometry. The successful candidate would be able to contribute to one or more of these experimental efforts and would be expected to spend a significant fraction of their time at national labs such as NIST and LANL.
Initial appointments as a postdoctoral research associate will be for one year, with possible renewal for up to two additional years. The minimum requirement of this position is a PhD in Physics. A Ph.D. in any area of experimental physics involving precision measurement is fine, and experience in low temperature physics is a plus. We will review all applications until the position is filled. Interested candidates should review the application requirements and submit their application here. Questions regarding the position can be sent to: Prof. Chen-Yu Liu (email@example.com), Prof. Josh Long (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Prof. Mike Snow (email@example.com). For additional information regarding the application process or where to send hard copies contact:
Indiana University Center for Exploration of Energy and Matter
2401 Milo B. Sampson Lane, Bloomington, IN 47408
Tel:812-856-2176 fax: 812-855-6645
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