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Postdoctoral position 2021 funded by IFCPAR

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LAPTh invites applications for a postdoctoral position funded by IFCPAR (Indo-French Center for Center the Promotion of Advanced research) within the framework of the project 'Beyond Standard Model Physics with Neutrino and Dark Matter at Energy, Intensity and Cosmic Frontiers'. We are seeking a candidate with expertise on phenomenological aspects of physics beyond the standard model, dark matter or neutrino physics. The successful candidate will work with french members of the project (G. Bélanger, C. Delaunay at LAPTh and S. Kraml at LPSC Grenoble) as well as with collaborators from India (M. Mitra, R. Godbole).

The candidate must have obtained a PhD at most two years before the start of the contract. The contract is for 14 months and can start anytime in 2021.

The HEP-group activities at LAPTh span all fields of phenomenology : dark matter, flavour, model-building, precision physics and QCD. The lab enjoys a close contact with LAPP Annecy (exp) and LPSC Grenoble (exp/theory), and with the nearby CERN.

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In order to apply, interested candidates should proceed as follows:

Step 1: go to the webpage here

and  click on "Apply". A page in French will open. You can switch to English by clicking on a UK flag in the top-right corner of the screen.

Submit the following documents

(a) a CV, including a list of publications

(b) Under  'cover letter'  upload a statement of research interests (max 3 pages)

Step 2:  Arrange for three letters of recommendation, to be sent to the address

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(please specify the candidate's name in the subject line).

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The application deadline is Dec. 15, 2020. Later applications will be considered if the position has not yet been filled.

For any inquiries feel free to contact  Genevieve Bélanger ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )