Argonne Theory Group: Postdoctoral Positions

Position Description

The Theory Group in the Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory has a broad-ranging program in modern hadron and nuclear physics. The Group's research places strong emphasis on comparison with data from existing facilities, e.g. ATLAS at Argonne, FermiLab, JLab, NSCL, TRIUMF and RHIC; and on planning for and anticipating the output of future facilities; such as FRIB and an EIC. The Group also has access to extensive National and Laboratory computational resources. The Group is now seeking exceptional candidates for two postdoctoral positions that, contingent upon funding, would begin in Fall 2018. We expect that one position will be in computational nuclear structure and reactions, supported by our SciDAC-4 grant. The other position may be in any area of modern hadronic or nuclear physics.

Information on our group and its research activities can be found at our home page . We urge those interested in these positions to examine and consider seriously the information provided on these pages. The successful applicant will have research interests that complement ours.

Position Requirements

The positions are for one year, with the probability of extension for an additional year, contingent upon funding and performance.

To formally apply, applicants must complete the following steps:

1. Complete a basic application and profile at this link: http://bit.1y/1Jr4Zmc in reference to requisition #403451.
(This requisition # may not be available for a few days, but you may proceed to step 2 without delay.)

2. EMail a curriculum vitae and a clear, concise, one-page statement of research interests to:

R. B. Wiringa
Physics Division
Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne, IL 60439-4843

and also arrange for three letters of reference to be EMailed to this address. All application materials should be sent in either plain text or PDF. Completed applications received on or before Friday 8 December 2017, will receive our fullest consideration.

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