Closing date 2024/01/31 *The posting shall remain open until the positions are filled.

QUP23-9:QUP postdoctoral fellow for experimental physics related to the ATLAS experiment

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Curriculum Vitae


3 years, with the contract renewal every fiscal year

Interview date

The date of interview will be separately communicated to the applicants who will be interviewed.

Number of positions

A few

Application guidelines


International Center for Quantum-field Measurement Systems for Studies of the Universe and Particles (QUP)

Job Description

The position will be based at KEK with frequent travels to CERN, working with QUP PIs Yu Nakahama (ATLAS/KEK) and Manabu Togawa (ATLAS/KEK).
The successful candidate is expected to make outstanding contributions to all of the following
areas related to the ATLAS experiment:

  • novel machine-learning techniques
  • advanced state-of-the-art radiation-hard silicon detectors
  • new methods to study di-Higgs final states or Long-Lived BSM searches.
    The research activities mentioned above will be done as a member of the KEK-ATLAS group (*)and in line with its ongoing activities covering physics analyses and detector developments.

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・Those who have a doctoral degree in physics or a related field at the time of application, or those who are expected to obtain a doctoral degree by the time they take up the position.
・Relevant knowledge includes skills such as the application of machine learning algorithms and the development of silicon-based radiology centers.

Release date 2023/12/27 Updated 2024/03/07