Center for Nuclear Study

The University of Tokyo

JobOpportunity

2013

2013-01-15

Call for the special researcher and teaching-support staff at CNS, University of Tokyo

University of Tokyo The center (CNS) has installed major reserach apparatuses in RIKEN RIBF, and performing nuclear physics reseaches, such as nuclear astrophysics and reaction/structure studies of unstable nuclei using heavy-ion beams, nuclear studies using unstable beam as probes. On the other hand, CNS is working for studies on high-energy heavy-ion by international collaborations, nuclear theory, and accelerator engineering. We call for special researchers and teaching-support staffs, who play central roles in these activities. We ask you to let everybody in your institute know this.

                                Director of CNS,
                                University of Tokyo
                                Takaharu Otsuka
  1. Positions on call: special researcher and teaching-support staff, a few persons.

  2. Contents of research/work: Heavy-ion nuclear physics Dedicated for the researches in nuclear (astrophysical) experiments using the main apparatuses at CNS in RIBF (CRIB, SHARAQ, Germanium array(GRAPE), Active target), high-energy heavy ion collision (RHIC-PHENIX, LHC-ALICE experiments), or nuclear theory, together with the professors at the center.

  3. The position is from Apr. 1, 2013.

  4. The duration is one year, but can be extended twice, based on a review.

  5. Condition to apply: the applicant for the special researcher must have prospects to obtain a doctor's degree by Apr. 1, 2013 for sure.

  6. Documents needed: -C.V. -Research history -Research achievements (list of publication, presentation etc.) -Research plan -Name/position/address/e-mail address of the person who can comment on you.

  7. Deadline: 12:00 on Jan. 28, must be at the office.

  8. The address to submit: CNS, University of Tokyo, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama, 351-0198, Japan The person to consult: same address, Ken Yako yako@cns.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

  9. Salary ~300,000 yen/month for special researchers ~220,000 yen/month for teaching-support staff Insurances (social/hiring) are included. Travel fee is supported separately.

After reviewing documents, an interview will be made at CNS Hongo office (Sci. Building #1, 3F, Room 316) or CNS Wako on either Feb. 1st or Feb 4th. Please be prepared for the presentation on your main achivements and research plan. The documents should be in an envelope written as “Tokuninkenkyuin tou oubo shorui” or 特任研究員等応募書類 (Application documents for the special reserchers and others.) in red color. The documents should be sent via registered mail (if you post them).

The graduate school supports “men-women common work plan”. For details, please see: http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gai/sankaku/kihonkeikaku.html

Posted on 15 Jan, 2013

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2012

2012-03-28

  • Deadline for recruitment of specially appointed researchers or assistant professors (must arrive)requirements

Posted on 28 Mar, 2012

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2012-03-15

Recruitment of Specially Appointed Researcher and Assistant Professor of Center for Nuclear Sciencer, The University of Tokyo

The Research Center (CNS) is a specially appointed researcher or
We are recruiting assistants for teaching affairs.

Please inform all of your relationships.

  1. Open call for positions and personnel: 1 Specially Appointed Researcher or Assistant Academic Affairs 1 person.

  2. Research (duties) content:
    C One of the core research facilities of CNS at RIKEN accelerator facility,
    Nuclear physics using CRIB's low energy RI beam 推進 Promote research on space nuclear physics in collaboration with the center faculty members.
    Also engage in support for related experiments.

  3. Arrival time: As early as possible after May 2012.

  4. Term: Single year contract. Up to two updates in principle based on reviews.

  5. Application qualification: In the case of applying for a specially appointed researcher, as of May 1, 2012
    Passure must be obtained.

  6. Documents to submit: resume, research history, list of research achievements, research plan, and application
    方 Name, job title, address,
    of person who can hear opinion about person e-mail address

    1. Application deadline: Must arrive on Wednesday, March 28, 2012.

    8.1) Address: 2-1 Hirosawa, Wako-shi, Saitama 351-0198
    内 RIKEN, Wako Branch, Research Center for Nuclear Science, University of Tokyo
    Director Koji Otsuka Telephone 048-464-4195
    2) Contact:
    351-0198 2-1 Wako Hirosawa, Saitama
    Wako Branch, RIKEN Center for Nuclear Science Research, University of Tokyo
    Yamayoshi Yamaguchi Phone 048-464-4407
    [Yamag@cns.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp] (mailto: yamag@cns.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp)

    1. Salary: {Project Researcher} ¥ 300,000 / month.
      Academic Affairs Assistant About 220,000 yen per month.
      Also provide commuting allowance. In addition, mutual aid association (special researcher),
      Social insurance (academic assistant), employment insurance
      Join.

    After document screening, an interview will be held at the CNS Hongo Office of the University of Tokyo (Room 316, 3rd Floor, Faculty of Science, Building 1, University of Tokyo) or CNS Wako Branch Office. Applicants should be prepared to explain their main research achievements and research plans on the day.

    The application documents should be written in red as “Application Documents for Specially Appointed Researchers,” or registered if mailed.

    ◎ The Graduate School is actively promoting gender equality.
    For details, please see the Gender Equality Basic Plan of the Graduate School of Science at the URL below.
    http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gai/sankaku/kihonkeikaku.html

Posted on 15 Mar, 2012

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2012-01-27

Closed.

  • Deadline for recruitment of specially appointed researchers or assistant professors (must arrive)

Recruitment of Specially Appointed Researcher and Assistant Professor of Center for Nuclear Study, The University of Tokyo

This research center (CNS) has set up core research facilities at the RIKEN accelerator facility, and has been conducting research on the cosmic nuclear physics and unstable nuclear nuclei using heavy ion beams, as well as nuclear physics research using spin-polarized probes. We are promoting. In addition, we are conducting international joint research on high energy heavy ions, nuclear theory, and accelerator physics. We are recruiting specially appointed researchers and assistant affairs assistants who can play a central role in these research activities.

Please inform all of your relationships.

  1. Open recruitment positions and staff: {Specially Appointed Researcher and Assistant Academic Affairs} Some.

  2. Research (duties): Heavy ion nuclear physics.
    Research on nuclear physics and cosmic nuclear physics, mainly experiments using CNS core research facilities (CRIB, SHARAQ, Ge array (GRAPE), magnetic analyzer, etc.) at the RIKEN accelerator facility, Engage in research with the center faculty to promote experimental research (RHIC-PHENIX experiment, LHC-ALICE experiment), nuclear theory research, etc.

  3. Arrival time: April 1, 2012.

  4. Term: Single year contract. Up to two updates in principle based on reviews.

  5. Qualifications: For applying for a specially appointed researcher, a doctoral degree must be obtained as of April 1, 2012.

  6. Documents to submit: Resume, research history, list of research achievements, research plan, and name, job title, address, and e-mail address of those who can hear opinions about applicants

  7. Application deadline: Must arrive by Friday, January 27, 2012.
    8.1) Address: {2-1-01 Hirosawa, Wako-shi, Saitama 351-0198}
    RIKEN 、 Wako Branch Office, Research Center for Nuclear Science, University of Tokyo
    Director Koji Otsuka Telephone 048-464-4195

  1. Contact:
    2-1 Wako Hirosawa, Saitama 351-0198
    RIKEN, Wako Branch Office, Research Center for Nuclear Science, University of Tokyo
    Yamayoshi Yamaguchi Phone 048-464-4407
    yamag@cns.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp
  1. Salary: {Project Researcher} ¥ 300,000 / month.
    Academic Affairs Assistant Around 220,000 yen per month.
    In addition, commutation allowance will be provided. In addition, we take out a mutual aid association (special researcher), social insurance (teaching assistant), and employment insurance.

After document screening, an interview will be held at the CNS Hongo Office of the University of Tokyo (Room 316, 3rd Floor, Faculty of Science, Building 1, University of Tokyo) or CNS Wako Branch Office. Applicants should be prepared to explain their main research achievements and research plans on the day.

The application documents should be written in red as “Application Documents for Specially Appointed Researchers,” or registered if mailed.

◎ The Graduate School is actively promoting gender equality..
For details, please see the Gender Equality Basic Plan of the Graduate School of Science at the URL below.
http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gai/sankaku/kihonkeikaku.html

Posted on 27 Jan, 2012

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2011

2011-10-18

Call for a Professor

A Professor post is open for call at the CNS as below. We await your recommendations and applications.

  • Post: One Professor

  • Field of research: Experimental nuclear physics

    • The applicant is expected to posess an extraordinary accomplishments and be able to actively take leadership in reaserches including heavy-ion experiments and radiation measurements.
  • Start of work: Early H24.

  • Necessary documents: (1) Curriculum Vitae,(2) Curriculum of research, (3) Ambition for research, (4) List of publications, (5) Copies of 3 significant publications and (6) 2 letters of intent all in independent A4 size papers. We will not return the submitted documents.

  • Due: Friday Jan. 13, 2012 (No delay permitted)

    • Send to
Director of CNS, Takaharu Otsuka
Center for Nuclear Study, School of Science, University of Tokyo,
3-1, 7-chome, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 113-0033
Print "JOB APPLICATION" in red and bring by hand or mail (registered mail).
  • Inquiries:
Takaharu Otsuka
TEL: 03-3812-7886
e-mail: otsuka-at-phys.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

◎The School of Science supports the gender equality policies. See below for details

http://www.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gai/sankaku/kihonkeikaku.html

Posted on 18 Oct, 2011

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2011-05-31

Final call to apply for an associate professor or a lecturer post (no delay permitted).

Posted on 31 May, 2011

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