Argonne Theory Group: TMD and GPD Postdoctoral Position

The Theory Group in the Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory is seeking an exceptional candidate for a postdoctoral position that will begin as early as October 2015.

This position is supported by project-oriented funding, intended to focus on the calculation of transverse momentum dependent and generalized parton distribution functions using modern continuum methods in QCD.

At Argonne we intend that such a position provide an opportunity for postdoctoral training and experience to a person who has recently graduated (PhD in October 2012 or later.).

Information on our group and its research activities can be found at our home page. We urge those interested in this position to examine and consider the information provided on these pages. The successful applicant will have research interests that complement ours and possess all skills necessary to embark immediately on research related to the project described above.

Applicants should email a curriculum vitae and a concise one-page research statement that addresses the goals of this project-oriented position to:

  • Ian C. Cloët
    Physics Division
    Argonne National Laboratory
    Argonne, IL 60439, USA
    phone: 630-252-4093
    email: icloet@anl.gov

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.

Complete applications received on or before Tuesday 22 September 2015 will receive our fullest consideration.

Argonne is an equal opportunity employer.


Argonne Theory Group: Postdoctoral Position

The Theory Group in the Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory is seeking exceptional candidates for a postdoctoral position that might, contingent upon funding, begin in October 2016. We have a broad-ranging programme 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 and RHIC; and on planning for and anticipating the output of future facilities; such as FRIB and an EIC.

At Argonne we intend that such a position provide an opportunity for post-doctoral training and experience to a person who has recently graduated; namely, graduated within approximately the last two years. (PhD in October 2013 or later.)

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

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

  • C.D. Roberts
    Physics Division
    Argonne National Laboratory
    Argonne, IL 60439-4843
    USA
    phone: (630)252-4095
    email: ANLPHYTheoryPD@gmail.com

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.

Complete applications received on or before Monday 30 November 2015, will receive our fullest consideration.

Argonne is an equal opportunity employer.