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The International Center for Quantum-field Measurement Systems for Studies of the Universe and Particles (QUP) was established on December 16, 2021, at High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) as one of the research centers under the World Premier International Research Center Initiative (WPI) of the Japanese government. QUP’s main laboratories are located on the Tsukuba campus of KEK in Tsukuba science city, 60 km northeast of Tokyo, Japan. In addition, QUP is opening up three satellite laboratories at the University of California Berkeley, the Institute of Space and Astronautical Sciences (ISAS) at Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), and Toyota Central R&D Labs. 

 QUP sets the following missions: 
In short, QUP will bring "new eyes" to humanity.

  1. [ASSOCIATEPROFESSOR4] QUP Principal Investigator (Associate Professor) in Theoretical Physics (2024/01/31 11:59PM)
  2. [ASSOCIATEPROFESSOR5] QUP Associate or Assistant Professor in experimental cosmology with low-temperature detectors (2024/01/31 11:59PM)
  3. [POSTDOC10] QUP Postdoctoral Fellows for Radiation Detectors in Particle Physics and Cosmology (deadline 2023/09/30 11:59PM)
  4. [POSTDOC11] QUP postdoctoral fellow for the physics and application of TES microcalorimeters (deadline 2023/11/30 11:59PM)
  5. [POSTDOC12] QUP postdoctoral fellow for experimental low-mass dark matter searches (2023/12/10 11:59PM)
  6. [POSTDOC9] QUP Postdoctoral Fellows for the cosmic microwave background experiment (LiteBIRD) (deadline 2023/09/30 11:59PM)

(6 positions listed)