The Department of Physics at the George Washington University has an opening for a Postdoctoral Associate in Multi-Probe Investigations of the Nucleon. The successful applicant will work with Prof. Evangeline J. Downie and other members of the Nuclear Physics Group. They will primarily engage in the Muon proton Scattering Experiment (MUSE), which takes place at the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland. MUSE provides simultaneous measurement of elastic electron and muon scattering off the proton and investigates both charge states.

The National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) announces a public selection procedure, based on CV and interview, to award a Junior Level post-doc research grant for conducting scientific research in experimental particle physics at the INFN Structure of Bologna on a project for the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC). The successful candidate will have the opportunity to join a dynamic research team and work on an exciting project titled

"Measurement and analysis of the performance of SiPM prototypes for the ePIC-dRICH detector at EIC"

Please find below the advertisement for a three year postdoc position in ion trapping and mass spectrometry with the Edinburgh Nuclear Physics group available from October 2024. 

Further details and application link can be found via our online portal (…). 

Application deadline is the 7th of June 2024. 

A tenured professorship (W2) in the field of hadron physics is now being filled at the Ruhr-Uni-Bochum together with GSI. 

The postdoctoral fellow will be a member of the “Nuclear Structure” research team at LPC-Caen. The group’s work focusses on the structure of nuclei far from stability using direct reactions. The present position will support the group’s investigations of neutron-rich nuclei at the RIBF facility at RIKEN (Japan). In particular, the postdoctoral fellow will be a member of the STRASSE and SAMURAI collaborations.

The Nuclear Physics group at the University of York is seeking promising early career researchers for the Ernest Rutherford Fellowship. Several prestigious fellowships are awarded each year by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC -- UKs funding council), to enable early career researchers establish a strong independent research programme.  Applicants must hold a PhD and be able to exhibit clear leadership potential and must not hold an academic position. Successful proposals will be funded for up to 5 years including the applicant's salary, as well as travel expenses.

A 2-year postdoc position in nuclear theory (description of neutron-star matter with ab-initio
techniques), starting in October 2024, is available at the theoretical
physics department of IJCLab, Paris-Saclay University, Orsay, France.
Applications have to be submitted via the CNRS website…

where more detailed information can be found. In case of questions,
please contact me directly.

CEA Saclay is opening a staff position in detector physics.
Please find the announcement in attachment.

We strongly encourage applications from candidates with interest/experience in 
studies of parton nuclear structure (e.g., with ultra-peripheral collisions).

Please contact me and Prof. Gunther Roland (
to have additional information about the position.

Cheers Gian Michele