[clas_members] Academic post in Edinburgh - a message from Dan Watts

David Ireland David.Ireland at glasgow.ac.uk
Wed Feb 12 16:13:45 EST 2014

Edinburgh Nuclear Physics Group

Chancellor's Fellow in Experimental Nuclear Physics Grade UE08 £37,756 - 
£45,053 or exceptionally on Grade UE09 £47,787 - £53,765

The Nuclear Physics group is part of the Institute for Particle and 
Nuclear Physics. The group has an exciting, broad-ranging and 
interconnected research programme in hadron physics, exotic nuclei, 
nuclear astrophysics and direct searches for dark matter.  Group members 
are currently leading and developing a number of major new initiatives 
in each of these areas at world leading international laboratories.  The 
group's scientific programmes are underpinned by a wide range of 
innovative new techniques and approaches, combined with the development 
of advanced new detector and instrumentation systems.

We seek to appoint a Chancellor's Fellow in any of the group's research 
areas, and would consider candidates in new and related areas. We expect 
candidates to have shown the potential for international scientific 
leadership, and to play an important role in the evolving the long-term 
scientific interests of the group.
Opportunities for significant partnership and support from other areas 
of the Institute and School exist, including access to the Advanced 
Detector Development Centre and high performance computing, and with the 
broad range of astronomical research conducted by the Institute for 
Astronomy and at the Royal Observatory Edinburgh.

Candidates should have a proven track record in experimental nuclear 
physics research, have the ability to work well within a group and lead 
a team, and show the potential to attract research grant funding.

Further information on the group's activities is available on the School 
webpages: http://www2.ph.ed.ac.uk/nuclear/ Further information on this 
Chancellor's Fellows vacancy is available at:

Potential candidates may make informal enquiries to Dr Alex Murphy 
(a.s.murphy at ed.ac.uk).

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