Institute: Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Position Type: Tenure-track Associate Professor
Position Location: 800 Dongchuan Road, Shanghai 200240, China
Subject Area: Particle and Nuclear Physics
Application Deadline: 2022/11/10
The Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (INPAC) and Tsung-Dao Lee Institute (TDLI) invites applications for several tenure-track associate professor positions in experimental and theoretical particle & nuclear physics.
The fellows are expected to carry out independent research projects, supervise students, and develop courses in line with our emphasis on nuclear and particle physics within the major in physics program. The positions are open to researchers of any nationality, with highly competitive salary, housing subsidy, and start-up grant.
We are conducting a broad-area search for candidates with a strong research record in areas including, not limited to, the following:
Underground Experimental Group: 1. Dark Matter Direct Detection Experiment (PandaX). 2. Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay. 3. Reactor and Cosmic Neutrino Experiments (JUNO, Trident).
Collider Experiment Group: 1. LHC/ATLAS Physics and Detector Upgrade. 2. CEPC R&D. 3. Fermilab Muon g-2 experiment. 4. Light Dark Matter Search Experiment (DarkSHINE).
Theory Group: Research areas include nuclear physics, physics beyond the Standard Model, neutrino and flavor physics theory and phenomenology, early universe quantum field theory, quantum gravity and applications to baryogenesis and dark matter, quantum chromodynamics and lattice gauge theory, and effective field theory.
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research statement, publication list, and five reference letters. All application materials should be submitted to Mrs. Gang He (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also directly contact with any of the faculty members for inquires. The deadline is Nov. 10, 2022.
INPAC has an internationalized environment with English as its working language, and invites candidates of all nationalities. We seek to promote equal opportunity and diversity in physics. Members of under-represented groups in physics are particularly encouraged to apply.