Lattice QCD PDF position
The lattice QCD group at Temple University is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate. The starting date is negotiable but is expected to be in the Fall of 2020. The position is for two years with a possible extension for a third year subject to funds availability. The successful candidate will join the group of Prof. Martha Constantinou and will work on topics related hadron structure within the project "EIC physics from Lattice QCD", funded by the US Department of Energy. The appointment will be for two years with the possibility of extension for another year. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Physics and a strong research record in lattice QCD. Applications must include a Curriculum Vitae, a list of publications, and a research statement. For full consideration, all application material and three letters of recommendation should be sent by email to email@example.com no later than March 1, 2020. Questions about this position can be directed in this email as well. Recruitment will continue until the position is filled. Temple University is an urban, research-intensive university located in historic and culturally rich Philadelphia. The National Science Foundation recently ranked the University among the top 100 universities for research expenditures. The Physics Department is located in the new Science Education and Research Center (SERC), which is one of the largest buildings devoted exclusively to scientific research in the Philadelphia region. The seven-story structure includes research and teaching labs, open spaces to foster collaboration, high-performance computational facilities, and high-tech equipment. Temple University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all in every aspect of its operation. The university has pledged not to discriminate based on race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, or veteran status. This policy extends to all educational, service, and employment programs of the university.