The Center for Nuclear Study at the University of Tokyo is calling for applications for post-doctoral research fellows in the field of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics. Details can be found below. We would appreciate it, if you could distribute the advertisement to potential candidates.
Director of Center for Nuclear Study, University of Tokyo
Opening of Postdoctoral Researchers at Center for Nuclear Study, University of Tokyo
CNS has several devices in RIBF in RIKEN Nishina Center and pursues the experimental nuclear physics such as nuclear astrophysics and nuclear structure/reaction studies with radioactive isotope beams. We also have branches of high-energy nuclear physics, nuclear theory and development of ion sources.
- JOB TITLE: Special researcher, several positions available
- FIELD: Experimental and theoretical nuclear physics.
The successful candidates will work on experimental nuclear physics with radioactive isotopes mainly by using the devices of CNS (CRIB, SHARAQ, Ge array (GRAPE), OEDO, Active Target, etc…), on high energy nuclear collisions at ALICE at LHC, or on nuclear structure theory. - ELIGIBILITY: They must hold a recent Ph.D degree in experimental/theoretical nuclear physics, or a related field by April 1, 2015.
One-year fixed-term employment contract, renewable, based on the evaluation, up to March 31, 2018. The start of the employment is April 1, 2015 (negotiable).
Health and unemployment insurance plans are available.
- SALARY: ~ 300,000 yen/month.
Additionally commuting expense will be covered.
- APPLICATION MATERIALS:
(2) List of Publication/Talks/etc.
(3) Research summary and future plan at CNS
(4) Names and contact details of reference
will be sent as a combined PDF file (1-4) to
n.imai _at_ cns.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp ("_at_" replaced by "@")
with a subject field “Application to PostDoc at CNS “.
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the relevant at CNS.
We acknowledge, understand and embrace diversity.
Center for Nuclear Study, the University of Tokyo
n.imai at cns.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp