Postdoc, Physics Department

The Physics Department at Case Western Reserve University is seeking a postdoc in the area of experimental particle astrophysics.  The primary responsibility will be to the Project 8 tritium endpoint neutrino experiment, and secondarily to either (a) the KATRIN experiment or (b) a diverse set of detector-R&D efforts, depending on your interests.  Experience in particle astrophysics, nuclear physics, or closely related fields is helpful, but we'll consider applicants with relevant atomic/molecular/optical or experimental astronomy/CMB backgrounds.  Start dates between now and 9/2017 are preferred.

Please send a cover letter, CV, statement of research interests, and contact information for three references to:
 

neutrino-postdoc@phys.cwru.edu (for applications)


benjamin.monreal@case.edu (for other questions)

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