Argonne Theory Group: Postdoctoral Positions

Position Description

The Theory Group in the Physics Division at Argonne National Laboratory is now seeking exceptional candidates for a postdoctoral position in nuclear theory -- broadly defined -- that would begin in Fall 2019. The position is for two years, with the possibility of one additional year contingent upon funding and performance. Applications received on or before 26 November 2018 will receive full consideration.

The Theory Group has four staff members [Ian Cloët, Alessandro Lovato, Craig Roberts, and Robert Wiringa], as well as several postdocs and students. The Group has a broad-ranging research program in (non-perturbative) QCD and nuclear structure/reactions, with particular interests that include: ab initio approaches to nuclear structure, neutrino interactions with nuclei, quark and gluon tomography of hadrons and nuclei, hadronization, and emergent phenomena in QCD. The Group is also developing a program in quantum information science with applications to nuclear physics (e.g. entanglement in high-energy collisions and quantum computing), and has access to extensive National and Laboratory computational resources.

Further information on our group and its research activities can be found at our home page: http://www.phy.anl.gov/theory/index.html.

Position Requirements

Interested applicants must complete the following steps:

1. Complete the application and profile at:

https://www.anl.gov/hr/postdoctoral-applicants

and search for requisition number: 405013.

2. Email a curriculum vitae and one-page statement of research interests to:

Ian Cloët <icloet@anl.gov>

3. Arrange for three letters of reference to be emailed to the same address.

All application materials should be sent in either plain text or PDF format, and any questions may be sent to Ian Cloët <icloet@anl.gov>.

Applicants must have a PhD in theoretical physics completed prior to the start date of the postdoctoral position.

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