Heavy-Ion Physics: PhD position; UiB 1326 views

Department of Physics and Technology within experimental heavy-ion physics has a vacancy for a PhD position. The position is for a fixed-term period of 4 years. The position is associated with the Norwegian ALICE project at CERN, funded by the Norwegian Research Council.

Qualifications:

  • Applicant must have a master’s degree or the equivalent in experimental heavy-ion physics or high-energy subatomic physics
  • Applicant must have submitted the master’s thesis for evaluation prior to applying for the position.
  • Applicant must have the skills to work independently and in a structured manner and demonstrate good collaborative skills.
  • Applicant must have excellent proficiency English (written and oral).
  • Applicant must have hands-on experience in programming skills with experience in data analysis or simulations are essential.

About the position:

  • Duration: 4 years, of which 25% of the time each year comprises compulsory duties associated with research, teaching and dissemination of results.

Applications:

  • Brief description of research interests and motivation for applying for the position.
  • Two references with the names and contact information. One of the references may be the main mentor for the master’s thesis or equivalent thesis.
  • Resume
  • Grade transcripts and diplomas
  • Copies of relevant certificates/references.
  • Publication list (if any) of a scientific nature
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Organization University of Bergen
Fellowship Level Doctoral
Country Norway
Subject areas Physics
Fellowship amount Varies
Eligibility Open for all nationalities
Deadline 5 August 2016
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Contact:

Prof. Dieter Røhrich,

+47 55582722,

dieter.rohrich@uib.noorprofessor

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