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PhD position starting in Fall 2020

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LAPTh PhD in theoretical physics:

" Multi-Wavelengths probes of the Fermi GeV excess: from radio to X rays " (H/F)

The project aims to shed light onto nature of the Fermi GeV excess discovered by the Fermi-LAT telescope at GeV energie towards the Galactic bulge.
The nature of this excess is still a mystery: high-energy emitting compact objects in the Galactic bulge can be responsible of the emission at GeV energies. The topic of the PhD thesis proposed articulates along two main research axis: 1) Predict multi-wavelength signatures of this new population of compact objects from radio to X-ray; 2) Develop dedicated search strategies to look for this population in radio and X rays, with the final goal of discovering (or refuting) the evidence for high-energy emitting compact objects in the Galactic bulge also responsible for the GeV emission.

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Theoretical astroparticle physics

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In the framework of the French Excellence Initiative ENIGMASS, we are seeking candidates for a post-doctoral position at LAPTh starting in Fall 2020. The fellowship is designed for young researchers, just finishing their PhD or with no more than 2 years of postdoctoral experience at the start of the contract. The successful candidate will join the LAPTh astroparticle and cosmology group and is expected to work on theoretical/phenomenological strategies and analyses to test the dark matter paradigm as well as specific models via gravitational interactions.

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Postdoctoral position in HEP phenomenology

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Deadline on Dec 6, 2019

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The HEP group at LAPTh Annecy invites applications for a postdoctoral position funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR). The position is for 2 + 1 years, starting from fall 2020.

We are seeking a candidate with expertise on effective field theories applied to flavour physics. Experience with advanced EFT approaches such as soft-collinear effective theory is a plus, although it is not necessary to apply. Close interaction with the LHCb group at the adjacent LAPP building is foreseen.

However, applicants from all areas of high-energy phenomenology are encouraged to apply.

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Position in Theoretical High-energy Astrophysics2020

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Deadline on Dec 15, 2019

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We announce a 3-yr (2+1) CNRS/ANR postdoctoral position at the LAPTh, Annecy, France, starting in Fall 2020 (earlier/later start possible). Application and selection will be carried out starting in October 2019, until the position is filled.

We expect the successful candidate to work on theoretical predictions for compact object populations in the Galactic bulge, modelling the formation and evolution of different classes of high-energy emitters. Multi-wavelength and multi-messenger signatures of such populations will also be explored, from radio to gamma rays.

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Post-doc Position Fall 2018

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 In the framework of the French Excellence Initiative, ENIGMASS, a consortium of the four laboratories (LAPP, LAPTh, LPSC and LSM), we are seeking candidates for a post-doctoral position at LAPTh Annecy. Priority will be given to applicants with expertise on precision calculations (QCD and electroweak higher order corrections) with applications to LHC physic. Applications from candidates working on LHC Phenomenology in a broader sense will also be considered. A good knowledge or familiarity with HEP Monte-Carlo generators, tools or techniques will be a bonus.

The successful candidate will join a team of theorists at LAPTh, in particular the permanent members of LAPTh (G. Bélanger, F. Boudjema, C. Delaunay, D. Guadagnoli, J.P. Guillet, B. Herrmann, E. Pilon and E. Re). Collaboration with theorists at LPSC Grenoble and with experimentalists in ATLAS (LAPP Annecy and LPSC Grenoble) is foreseen. The fellowship is awarded for a period of two years. Applications are to be made here 

Applications will be reviewed starting Dec. 11 2017. It is therefore highly advisable that the recommendation letters have reached by then. Submissions will remain open until the position is filled.

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