Vacancy - Lecturer in Experimental Neutrino Physics

We are seeking to appoint an outstanding early career Experimental Particle Physicist with expertise in detector Research and Development (R&D), to strengthen our Neutrino Physics programme, centred on but not limited to, current and future long baseline experiments. The particular area of interest is Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber R&D.

You should have a PhD in particle physics with an excellent track record of innovative detector development. In addition to research activities, you will also be involved with undergraduate and postgraduate teaching.

Closing date is 2nd July. Click here for further details

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