DUNE Job Posting 07.28.20

DUNE Job Posting 07.28.20

La Caixa Foundation
The Postdoctoral Junior Leader fellowships programme is aimed at hiring excellent researchers, of any nationality, who wish to continue their research career in Spain or Portugal in the STEM area (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

The SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is seeking applicants for an experimental Research Associate position to work in the area of Neutrino Physics. SLAC is a member of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE), MicroBooNE, and ICARUS collaborations, all of which will use Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers (LArTPC) to detect neutrino interactions, as well as the T2K collaboration.
Contact: Hiro Tanaka tanaka@slac.stanford.edu

The Accelerator Division is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill a Postdoctoral Research Associate position in the Proton Source Department. The selected candidate will work on H- ion source research and development and beam physics for Preacc and Linac.
Contact: Dan Bollinger at bollinger@fnal.gov

The Accelerator Division is seeking a highly motivated individual to fill a Research Associate position in the Muon Department. The mission of the Muon Department is to develop, improve and operate the Muon Campus accelerator complex in support of Fermilab’s muon program.
Contact: Jerry Annala at annala@fnal.gov or Diktys Stratakis at stratakis@gmail.com

BERN University LHEP
The Bern group is actively involved in research and development activities on novel large-mass detectors for neutrino physics based on cryogenic liquefied noble gases. In particular, we proposed the ARGONCUBE technology – a scalable modular design for liquid argon time projection chambers (LAr TPCs). This detector is a key component for the Near Detector of the DUNE experiment in USA.
Contact: Igor Kreslo Igor.Kreslo@lhep.unibe.ch

University of Cincinnati
The Experimental Neutrino Group at the University of Cincinnati invites applications for a Post Doctoral Research Fellow position centered on data analysis and development of state-of-the-art Deep Learning reconstruction tools for the NOvA, DUNE, and EMPHATIC experiments.
Contact: Adam Aurisano adam.aurisano@uc.edu and Alex Sousa alex.sousa@uc.edu

Rochester University
Our group collaborates on the DUNE and ICARUS experiments. The successful applicant will make a strong and identifiable contribution to the design, prototyping, and commissioning of the detectors for the DUNE experiment, and will lead a data analysis from the Fermilab short-baseline neutrino program. The group is actively involved with the DUNE near detector, as well as long-baseline neutrino oscillation analysis, and has interest and expertise in applying measurements of neutrino interactions to reduction of flux and cross section uncertainties.
Contact: Prof. Chris Marshall chris.marshall@rochester.edu

University of Granada
We are inviting applications for a new 4-year postdoctoral fellow position with the Experimental Group at the University of Granada (Spain). Candidates must be within 5 to 12 years after finishing their PhD. Chances of moving onto a permanent position afterwards are extremely high (similar to a tenure track).
Contact: Bruno Zamorano bzamorano@ugr.es

Colorado State University
The High-Energy Physics group, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, seeks applications for a postdoctoral fellow position in experimental neutrino physics. The position will involve development of computing-based tools for modeling and analyzing neutrino data in for the DUNE and NOvA experiments, as well as taking a leading role in the analysis of data collected with the NOvA experiment.
Contact: Norm Buchanan Norm.Buchanan@colostate.edu

Queen Mary University of London
The successful applicant will join the Particle Physics Research Centre (PPRC) neutrino group, currently involved in NOvA and DUNE. On NOvA we are involved in the beam simulation, the near detector analyses, and the NOvA-T2K joint oscillation analysis. Our involvement in DUNE is in ProtoDUNE, the high-pressure TPC, and the data acquisition system for the near detector.
Contact: Linda Cremonesi at l.cremonesi@qmul.ac.uk

Los Alamos National Lab
The Weak Interactions Team in the Physics Division (P-23) at Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking applicants for a post-doctoral appointment working on a search for double beta decay; a rare nuclear decay that can provide insight into the particle-antiparticle nature of the neutrino and the absolute mass scale of the neutrino.
Contact: Steve Elliott aelliotts@lanl.gov or  Ralph Massarczyk at massarczyk@lanl.gov