Research Professor and Postdoctoral Research Associate position in Daegu, for the Center for High Energy Physics, Kyungpook National University
Job : 31-mar-22
Location: Daegu, South Korea
Education required: PhD
Salary: 36 to 45 million Korean won
Physics: high energy
Physics: Instrumentation and Measurement
Research and development
45 million Korean won per year for a research professor, 36 million Korean won per year for a postdoctoral research associate
3 openings available.
The Center for High Energy Physics (CHEP) at Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea has a total of three openings for two types (Research Professor and Postdoctoral Research Associate) of positions in the research areas of experimental high-energy physics or experimental astroparticle physics. . The exact number of jobs in each type of position will be determined by the selection committee after reviewing all applications.
CHEP is involved in various high-energy and astroparticle physics experiments, including collider experiments (CMS and Belle), underground experiments (COSINE and AMoRE) and space experiments (ISS-CREAM). CHEP was also one of the pioneering institutes in the development of scintillators and the precision characterization of photosensors for applications in particle and radiation physics as well as various
The start date for the positions is September 1, 2022. The term of employment for the positions is initially two years, and can be extended up to a maximum of two additional years based on mutual satisfaction. The annual salaries for the research professor and postdoctoral research associate positions are 45 million and 36 million Korean won, respectively. In addition, all positions will receive an annual research grant of approximately 5 million Korean won from CHEP. Anyone who will fill the positions is strongly encouraged to apply for national research funding to conduct independent research as part of CHEP research.
Any interested candidate should submit the following documents to [email protected] by May 10, 2022:
(2) the doctoral certificate (or one that proves that the candidate will receive a doctoral degree by the end of August 2022) in physics or a closely related field
(3) list of publications (maximum of 5 representative publications that are SCI/SCIE/SCOPUS journal articles published or patents issued within the last three years. Only one, first, correspondent or co-author should be listed for each journal publication while the sole inventor or co-inventor must be indicated for each patent)
(4) statement of research interest (which should include a clear statement of the type of position the candidate is applying for)
(5) two reference letters (which should be sent to [email protected] directly by the
Preference will be given to applicants who have prior experience in detector development and have a strong publication track record.
Any inquiries regarding positions should be directed to the above email address.