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ITN Elusives: Six ESR (Early Stage Researcher) positions in Neutrino and/or Dark Matter and or BSM phenomenology

Application deadline December 8th 2016

ITN Elusives: Six ESR (Early Stage Researcher) positions in Neutrino and/or Dark Matter and or BSM phenomenology

 
The  Marie Sklodowska-Curie Initial Training network (ITN) "Elusives" focuses on phenomenology of Neutrinos, Dark Matter and BSM physics, with particular emphasis on CP violation (Grant Agreement number:  674896  — ELUSIVES  —  H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015/H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015, April 2016-March 2020, http://www.elusives.eu/).

Six positions  are open to application now, for young researchers who will complete their PhD by the fall of 2017. Application deadline is December 8th 2016 (all applications must be submitted via www.elusives.eu/jobs, exclusively).

These positions have approximate starting dates in the fall of 2017, at the following institutes:

*Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and Institute for Theoretical Physics (IFT) UAM-CSIC

*Durham University (UDUR)

*Centre Nationnal de la Recherche Scientifique  (CNRS) (Orsay)

*University of Valencia (UVEG) and Instituto de Física Corpuscular (IFIC)

*International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA)

*University of Padova (INFN)


The network extends to:

*Beneficiaries in seven European countries: Spain (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid/IFT, University of Valencia/IFIC, University of Barcelona), UK (Durham University, University of Southampton), France (CNRS:  LPT-Orsay, IPLT-Saclay, IPN-Lyon, LPC-Clermont, LPSC-Grenoble),  Germany (Max Planck Institutes at Heidelberg and Munich, Karlsruhe University/KIT, University of Göttingen, DESY, Heidelberg University), Italy (INFN: Univ. of Padova, SISSA, University of Milano-Bicocca),  Switzerland (University of Zurich).

*Scientific Partner Organizations: CERN plus partner organizations in seven non-European countries: USA (Harvard University., Columbia University.-XENON expt., Fermilab theory group + all major neutrino and dark matter expts., University of Washington, University of California at Berkeley-LBNL, Stony Brook University.), Japan (ICRR and KAVLI IPMU, University of Tokyo), China (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences), Brazil (Sao Paulo University),  Colombia (Antonio Nariño U.),  Egypt (Zewail City for Science), India (HRI, New Delhi U.), Iran (IPM).

*Private-Sector Partner Organizations: Hamamatsu, Kromek, GMV, Medialab, Narcea Multimedia, and newspaper El País.


The candidates will be hired by one of the European beneficiaries. All positions include a month long stay in another European main node plus stays in our associated nodes: at least one month at one major world laboratory and a short stay at one of our private sector partners.



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