A postdoctoral position is opened for application at IJCLab (Laboratoire de Physique des 2 infinis Irène Joliot-Curie) within the Paris-Saclay University in Orsay
We are seeking candidates for an open postdoctoral researcher position in the ultracold neutron (UCN) group at TRIUMF. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage in both our main projects: design, construction, installation, testing, commissioning
and improving the next generation superfluid helium UCN source and the search for the electric dipole moment of the neutron. These exciting efforts are pursued within the context of the Japanese-Canadian TUCAN (TRIUMF UltraCold Advanced) collaboration.
The Nuclear and Hadron Physics Group at the University of Glasgow, UK, seeks talented
candidates for two Postdoctoral Research Associate positions, each for 3 years, to make
leading contributions to the study of nucleon structure. Both positions will be divided
between the experimental programme at Jefferson Laboratory (JLab) in Virginia, USA, and R&D
for the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC), to be built at Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York
The Experimental Nuclear Physics group led by Prof. David Armstrong
in the Department of Physics at William & Mary invites applications
for a postdoctoral research associate beginning as early as November
10 2021. The position is for three years, renewable each year based on
performance and funding availability.
Florida International University has an opening for a postdoc in theoretical nuclear/hadronic physics. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply to Job Opening ID 524520 at facultycareers.fiu.edu,
for full details please see https://facultycareers.fiu.edu/?posting=524520
Review of applications will begin on August 26 and continue until the position is filled.
The IUPAP Young Scientist Prize in Nuclear Physics was established by IUPAP in 2005 at the time of the General Assembly in Cape Town, South Africa.
The purpose of the prize, which consists of 1,000 Euro, a medal, and a certificate citing the recipient's contributions, is: "To recognize and encourage very promising experimental or theoretical research in nuclear physics, including the advancement of methods, procedures, techniques, or devices that contribute in a significant way to nuclear physics research."