RESEARCH ASSOCIATE ON D0
The Particle Physics Group at the University of Manchester invites applications for a Research Associate to work on the D0 experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron. The successful candidate will be expected to play a leading role in Higgs searches and will help in the supervision of postgraduate students.
Ideally the successful candidate would be based permanently at Fermilab, in which case an additional overseas cost of living allowance would be paid. Alternatively, regular travel to the experiment would be required.
The post will be available from 1 January 2008 for up to 36 months.
GPB 26,666 to GBP 27,466
Dr Stefan Soldner-Rembold: Stefan.Soldner-Rembold@manchester.ac.uk
Friday 2 November 2007.
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The group offers PhD and MSc courses in experimental and theoretical particle physics as well as accelerator physics. In keeping with the close collaboration between theoretical and experimental particle physics in Manchester, we offer the possibility of PhDs jointly supervised by members of the theoretical and experimental groups. Projects for postgraduate students are usually available within all of the Group's activities (please read about our research). In most cases, experimental PhD students will spend an appreciable amount of time at the appropriate experimental facility. The postgraduate handbook can be downloaded from the School of Physics & Astronomy postgraduate page.
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