Postdoc Positions: Laboratory for Nuclear Science, MIT (Full-Time) 2021

Postdoc Positions: Laboratory for Nuclear Science, Cambridge, Full-Time position, Research position, Research opportunities, Postdoc position, Cambridge university, MASSACHUSETTS, (MIT) Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT) invites applications for the post of a postdoctoral researcher to assist in the Laboratory for Nuclear Science-Experimental High Energy Physics Group project.

Working at Massachusetts Institute Of Technology MIT offers employees the opportunities, an environment, a culture, and benefits that just aren’t found together anywhere else. MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic origin.

Location: Cambridge, MASSACHUSETTS

Applicants will join a group that took a leading role in the discovery of the Higgs boson and presently holds a leading role in searches for dark matter. The group’s physics program also focuses on the measurement of Higgs boson properties and searches for new physics. The MIT group is involved in several detector projects such as the;

  • data acquisition system,
  • the Level 1 Trigger Upgrade,
  • the Calorimeter Upgrade, and
  • CMS Computing.

Salary (commensurate with prior performance and experience) plus highly competitive incentives.

Job Requirements

Candidate should meet the following requirements:

  • Have a Ph.D. in experimental particle physics; data analysis, computing, and programming skills;
  • Have the ability to carry out an independent research program.
Application Process

interested candidates should send the following;

  • curriculum vitae
  • three letters of recommendation sent electronically.

To apply, click here

Application Deadline: October 31, 2020

For more information,

contact Professor Philip Harris at