A Particle Physics Job at Sussex

Following hard on the heels of Tuesday’s news, and the subsequent advert for astronomy jobshere is an announcement of a permanent job in theoretical particle physics at the University of Sussex. I quote from the advertisement:

Candidates are expected to hold a doctorate in theoretical physics and have a strong track record of internationally recognised research in the areas of collider phenomenology, physics beyond the Standard Model, flavour physics, and/or precision tests. The successful applicant will be expected to teach at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Sussex has in recent years invested in SM and BSM phenomenology through faculty appointments both in theoretical and experimental physics. We seek an individual suited and committed to further strengthening and developing this effort.

The group’s wider research interests include model-building, quantum field theory, quantum gravity, and early universe cosmology. It benefits from a close relationship with the Sussex Experimental Particle Physics group, currently expanding its ATLAS effort, an STFC-funded research consortium with Royal Holloway, University of London, and membership of the NExT Institute. The University of Sussex is part of the South East Physics Network (SEPnet).

I’ll be interested to see how many people apply as a result of seeing this here announcement, so if you do fill in an application form  be sure to answer the question “Where did you see this post advertised” with “In the Dark”!

2 Responses to “A Particle Physics Job at Sussex”

  1. Anton Garrett Says:

    “…be sure to answer the question “Where did you see this post advertised” with “In the Dark”! ”

    Would “on the blog” be an acceptable alternative?

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