[Cugapost] Staff scientist position at Saclay
lorelei at jlab.org
Thu Feb 5 09:10:54 EST 2015
The Nuclear Physics Division (SPhN) of CEA-Saclay has an opening for a
staff scientist in experimental nucleon structure physics.
SPhN conducts world-leading research on the following topics:
quark-gluon plasma, nucleon structure, nucleus structure, nuclear
reactions and applications.
The candidate will be appointed in the SPhN laboratory of nucleon
structure. The laboratory is currently preparing the Deeply Virtual
Compton Scattering (DVCS) experiments to be conducted with the CLAS12
spectrometer in the Hall B of Jefferson Lab. The candidate will be
involved in the installation and commissioning of the Micromegas
vertex tracker as well as the running and analysis of the DVCS
experiments expected to take data in 2016. A significant amount of
travel to the US will be expected in the first few years.
Candidates with high scientific potential, finishing their PhD or up
to a few years of postdoc are strongly encouraged to apply.
Significant experience in HEP data analysis is a requirement; some
experience in instrumentation is desirable.
Candidates should send a cover letter describing their research
activities and prospects, a Curriculum Vitae including a list of
recent or important publications, two letters of recommendation, and
when applicable a copy of their PhD thesis as well as the jury reports
on their manuscript and/or PhD defense. Documents should be sent
preferably by email to danielle.coret at cea.fr (cc:
franck.sabatie at cea.fr), or alternatively by postal mail to:
For full consideration, all application materials must be submitted by
April 3rd 2015. A committee will release the list of candidates
selected for an interview at the beginning of May 2015. The interviews
of selected candidates are foreseen at the beginning of June 2015.
For inquiries please contact Franck Sabatié (franck.sabatie at cea.fr).
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