Vacancies and Fellowship opportunities
For more information about the current PhD positions and how to apply please click on the respective title to follow the link.
- Design and Optimization of low-dose, low cost mobile 3D X-ray Imaging Systems (Compact-X)
- Supersonic Gas Jet for High Luminosity LHC
- A novel optical fibre analysis system for particle accelerators
- Beam dynamics in High Power Energy Recovery Linacs
Application deadline: 28 February 2021
For any enquiries please contact Prof Carsten P Welsch
Fellowships and grants
We invite expressions of interest for a number of prestigious Fellowships and grants. These funding schemes offer outstanding supporting and developing opportunities for time frames between 2-5 years and are an ideal platform for those who have already demonstrated their potential as outstanding researchers. We can provide access to world-class research infrastructure at the Cockcroft Institute/University of Liverpool and help you develop your proposal into a competitive bid. The stimulating environment within the QUASAR Group will be the perfect basis to turn your research ideas into reality.
Please contact Prof Carsten P Welsch for more information.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council offer approximately 12 Fellowships each year to early-career researchers in astrophysics, particle physics, nuclear physics and accelerator physics. The deadline is usually in mid-September. Please give notice of your wish to apply at least 3 months ahead of the closing date. In the first instance we would like to receive a copy of your CV and a statement of research interest together with a list of publications by this date.
This scheme is for outstanding scientists in the UK at an early stage of their career who have the potential to become leaders in their field. The deadline is in early September.
MCSA Individual Fellowships are for two years only and usually involve joining an established research group. Individual researchers submit proposals for funding in liaison with their planned host organisation. The next deadline is in September and your CV will be required at an early stage in order to gain approval to proceed with the application.
ERC Starting Grants are open to researchers of any nationality with 2-7 years of experience since completion of PhD, a scientific track record showing great promise and an excellent research proposal. Consolidator Grants targeted more experienced researchers, whilst Advanced Grants are available for international research leaders who have demonstrated their potential for ground-breaking research. There are calls for all three schemes each year.
This new scheme supports early career researchers and innovators with outstanding potential. It offers a permanent academic post at the end of a 7-year Fellowship, following a successful evaluation. The FLF scheme welcomes applications from both UK and international applicants and you should use the person specification on the FLF website to assess and justify your suitability for the scheme.
For all other Fellowship schemes
Please contact us well ahead of the scheme deadline in order to establish the required support and discuss fit to the QUASAR Group's strategy.