[Cugapost] Postdoc position with NMSU experimental nuclear physics group

Lorelei Carlson lorelei at jlab.org
Fri Mar 31 10:31:41 EDT 2023

Post-Doctoral Position
Experimental Particle/Nuclear Physics
New Mexico State University

The department of physics at New Mexico State University invites
applications for a postdoctoral position in experimental nuclear physics.
The research interests of our group focus on understanding the fundamental
properties of nucleons both free and bound in nuclei.  The successful
candidate will be expected to make contributions in the areas of: (1)
analysis of data from the J/psi-007 experiment in Jefferson Lab’s Hall-C,
(2) commissioning and running the ALERT suit of experiments in Jefferson
Lab’s Hall-B, and (3) R&D of Cherenkov mirror design for the SoLID
detector package in Jefferson Lab’s Hall-A and contributing to the general
software effort for the SoLID program.  General duties will also include
publication of analysis results, working with teams of international
collaborators, assisting and mentoring students involved in similar
research, and developing new ideas or proposals for nuclear physics

This appointment will be initially for one year and is renewable
contingent upon satisfactory performance and available funding. Applicants
are required to have a PhD in experimental nuclear or particle physics and
are expected to have experience with data analysis and monte-carlo
simulations. Hardware experience and/or advanced computational skills are
desirable but not mandatory.  The successful candidate will be expected to
relocate to New Mexico State University with occasional travel to the
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a cover letter that
summarizes research experience and interests, and arrange to have three
letters of recommendation submitted through the web site
https://jobs.nmsu.edu/postings/49640. Applications will be accepted until
midnight MDT on April 30th, 2023.  NMSU is an
equal-opportunity/affirmative-action university. Applications from
minorities and women are particularly encouraged.  If you have any
questions regarding to the position, please contact Prof. Michael Paolone
at mpaolone at nmsu.edu.

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