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POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, Laboratory for Nuclear Science (LNS), to work on the LHCb experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. The MIT-LHCb group, which is led by Professor Mike Williams, is currently focused on searches for new low-mass particles, including dark photons and axion-like particles, the high-level trigger (HLT), and studies of QCD phenomenology. Will be expected to dedicate substantial effort to the fully software-based trigger system to be employed by LHCb in Run 3, with a focus on the GPU-based Allen project. The position will also offer further opportunities to participate in any part of the group activities.
REQUIRED: recent Ph.D. in physics, preferably experimental particle or nuclear physics; and interest in HLT (software/algorithm) development. Job #18846
Questions about the position may be addressed to Professor Williams at email@example.com.
Review of applications will begin at the time of receipt and the position will remain open until filled. To ensure full consideration, candidates should apply by September 1, 2020.
In addition to applying online via the MIT website with a curriculum vitae and cover letter/brief statement of research interests and experience, interested candidates are asked to send these documents and arrange that three letters of recommendation be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position is nominally based at CERN, though relocation to MIT or elsewhere may be possible.
The appointment will initially be for one year and may be renewed for additional one-year increments contingent upon satisfactory performance and available funding.
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