Post Doctoral Researcher Experimental Neutrino
- Syracuse University
- Location: Syracuse, NY
- Job Number: 7108614
- Posting Date: Aug 22, 2022
Job DescriptionThe Department of Physics at Syracuse University seeks to fill two postdoctoral researcher positions to work with the experimental neutrino research group at Syracuse University.
Ph.D. in Physics or similar discipline.
Job Specific Qualifications
Prior experience in High Energy Physics hardware, software, and analysis projects.
Conducting research on neutrino experiments and working with other Syracuse group members active in this area- to perform data analysis, detector commissioning and operations support, and detector research and development, that is relevant to the DUNE and/or SBND experiments.
Mentoring graduate students in research projects
Other duties as assigned.
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a curriculum vitae and cover letter.
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