The experimental HEP group of the Weizmann Institute is seeking for two outstanding postdoc fellows (f/m) to work on the ATLAS experiment and on detectors R&D.
The ongoing ATLAS physics analysis includes development of Charm tag , Search for Charged Higgs Bosons and measuring the coupling of Higgs to Charm Quarks.
The group takes part in the sTGC new small wheel upgrade project.
The successful candidates are expected to play a leading role in the ATLAS Higgs Physics analysis, and will also contribute to the detectors research developments.
The candidates will be based at Weizmann with frequent commuting to CERN.
They will take active role in the operation and and analysis of the ATLAS experiment.
The analysis focus is on Higgs phsyics and flavour tag.
Ph.D. in experimental particle physics (completed within the last four years).
Experience in LHC analysis (and Statistics) and / or detector development are desirable.
Teamwork abilities, communication skills, fluent in English.
The positions are initially for two years, and can be extended to three years.
Application should include a CV and a list of publications.
Applicants should arrange to have three letters of reference.
In your application please write your preferred activity - the ATLAS analysis, the detector development studies, or combination of the two. Applications and recommendation letters should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a subject title HEP Postdoc Search.
The review of the applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.