|Title||Postdoctoral fellowship in Low-Temperature Detectors for Underground Astroparticle Physics|
|Person in charge||E-mail Addressfirstname.lastname@example.org||Tel No.||042-878-8535|
|Department||Center for Underground Physics||Registration Date||2019-09-09||Closing Date||2019-10-06|
Postdoctoral fellowship in Low-Temperature Detectors for Underground Astroparticle Physics
The Center for Underground Physics at Institute for Basic Science, Daejeon in South Korea has immediate openings for postdoctoral fellows in underground astroparticle physics. Successful candidates will be involved in low-temperature detector development for neutrinoless double beta decay (AMoRE) and dark matter search (COSINE and KIMS) experiments. Most of the work will be carried in IBS laboratories in Daejeon and YangYang Underground Laboratory (Y2L). Collaborative research on new experiments or new detector technologies will be a part of our activities. Candidates with outstanding achievements and potentials can be considered for a tenure-track position at IBS.
Candidates should have a Ph.D and a strong experimental background in one or more of the following fields: cryogenic particle detection, precision measurement at low temperatures, fabrication of (superconducting) sensors and detectors, Monte Carlo simulations, and other relevant subjects in rare event search applications.
For postdoctoral follows, initial contract would be for two years, with possible extension for three more years. Those interested should send their CV, a brief description of their research interests in one page, a list of publications featuring three highlights, and three reference letters by Oct. 6, 2019.
For more information, candidates should contact Yong-Hamb Kim at email@example.com. Application documents should be sent to Mr. Byungjin Choi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Reference letters should be sent to Mr. Choi directly by the writers.