[Cugapost] Visiting Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear/Particle Physics- A message from Sebastian Kuhn

Lorelei Carlson lcarlson at jlab.org
Wed Apr 4 09:36:30 EDT 2012

*Visiting Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear/Particle Physics*

The Department of Physics at Old Dominion University invites 
applications for a visiting professor position in physics, at the rank 
of assistant professor (non-tenure track). This position is a temporary 
replacement for a faculty member in experimental nuclear/particle 
physics who will be on leave to the NSF. The initial appointment will be 
for one year, with possible extension to a second year. We are looking 
for a candidate whose research interests and experience match those of 
the experimental nuclear physics group and who will be able to quickly 
assume a full array of teaching responsibilities and research 
supervision. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in physics and at least one 
year of post-doctoral research in experimental nuclear or particle 
physics.  Preference will be given to candidates with a history of 
funded research and/or hardware experience with complex particle physics 
instrumentation, as the group is presently involved in several hardware 
projects for the 12 GeV upgrade of Jefferson Lab. Preference will also 
be given to candidates with substantial teaching experience, including 
The ODU Physics Department (http://sci.odu.edu/physics/) has research 
groups in experimental and theoretical nuclear physics, experimental and 
theoretical atomic and few-body physics, accelerator science, condensed 
matter physics, geophysics and material science. The nationally 
recognized experimental nuclear/particle physics group consists of six 
faculty (one will be on leave), one research professor, three postdocs 
and about 10 graduate students as well as a technician. Research is 
predominantly conducted at the nearby Jefferson Lab (Newport News) with 
some involvement at RHIC (Brookhaven National Lab, Long Island).
Applicants should submit a letter of application addressing their 
qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae, a description of 
research interests and teaching experience, and three letters of 
reference to: Visiting Professor Search Committee, Department of 
Physics, Old Dominion University, 4600 Elkhorn Ave., Norfolk, VA 23529 
or emailed to skuhn at odu.edu <mailto:skuhn at odu.edu>.  Review of 
applications will begin May 15, 2012 and continue until the position is 
/Old// Dominion University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity 
institution and requires compliance with the Immigration Reform and 
Control Act of 1986./
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