Early Stage Researcher (ESR) position in Neutrino Physics [closing 31.10.20]

Страна: Швейцария;

Город: Bern

Добавлена: 01.10.2020

Работодатель: University of Bern

Тип: Vacancy for students or masters;

Для кого: For researchers;

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Дедлайн подачи: 31.10.2020



INTENSE is a new European training network between universities, research centres and industries that will carry out an interdisciplinary research and training program for a cohort of 11 fellows. INTENSE promotes the collaboration among European and US researchers involved in the most important particle physics research projects at the high intensity frontier. The observation of neutrino oscillations established a picture consistent with the mixing of three neutrino flavours with three mass eigenstates and small mass differences. 

The goal of this hire is the participation in SBN (MicroBooNE, SBND), with a focus on the CRT and UV-laser systems. Based on the MicroBooNE, perform performance evaluations, reconstruction and analysis in SBND and extrapolate to DUNE. Accurate calibration and reconstruction of events in the near detectors will be crucial for the neutrino oscillation analyses. The SBND near detector, as well as the 2x2 DUNE demonstrator will provide samples of neutrino interactions on argon to be used for physics and performance analysis.

The selected candidate will be recruited by the University of Bern under an employment contract of a limited/fixed duration of thirty-six (36) months and will be based in Bern. During her/his appointment, the selected candidate is expected to travel at the international level, under secondments for a total duration of up to 30% of her/his contract, to another beneficiary and/or partner organizations of the INTENSE program.

Additionally, the selected candidate is expected to participate actively, as needed, in the INTENSE activities, workshops, schools as well as conferences, career development and networking activities. The ESRs will also be involved in outreach activities.

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