|Fellowship ID:||UCPH-NBIA-HEP_PDRF [#8200]|
|Fellowship Title:||Postdoctoral Fellowships in High Energy Physics|
|Location:||Copenhagen, Copenhagen 2100, Denmark [map]|
|Subject Areas:||High Energy Physics / Theoretical Particle Physics, LHC, Electroweak Symmetry Breaking, Higgs physics, BSM new physics|
Physics / HEP-Theory (hep-th), Theoretical Physics, HEP-Phenomenology (hep-ph), HEP-Lattice (hep-lat), GR-Cosmology (gr-qc), Theoretical Particle Physics, Gravitational Physics, Particle Astrophysics, Gravitational Wave Sources, Elementary Particle Theory, String Theory, Particle Physics, Cosmology, Particle/Cosmology Theory, Physics - Mathematical Physics, High Energy Physics, Lattice QCD, particle phenomenology and astroparticle physics, Physics, Elementary Particle Physics, Theory of Particle Physics, Gravity, Quantum Field Theory
|Appl Deadline:||(posted 2016/10/15, updated 2016/10/05, listed until 2017/09/01)|
|The Niels Bohr International Academy plans to fill a number of fellowships in theoretical high energy physics with a starting date in the fall of 2017. The group has broad interests in the areas of quantum field theory, scattering amplitudes in gauge and gravity theories, lattice field theory, string theory, integrability, gravitational aspects of holography and particle phenomenology. Extremely well qualified candidates will also be considered for a fixed-term Assistant Professorship, upon recommendation by the selection committee.
The Niels Bohr International Academy functions as a primary center for fundamental research including theoretical and computational astrophysics, cosmology, high-energy particle physics, condensed matter physics, and bio-physics. The NBIA has an extensive programme of visiting scholars throughout the year and sponsors conferences and workshops in a broad range of topics. Many members of the Academy hold dual appointments with the Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology Group and the Discovery Center for Particle Physics at the Niels Bohr Institute. We also maintain strong links with the DARK cosmology centre.
NBIA Fellows receive a competitive salary (including pension) and funds for travel and computing. Generous parental leave, state-subsidized childcare, vacation, and full medical care are provided to employees in Denmark. A favorable tax scheme is generally granted to international researchers.
The University of Copenhagen wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The primary criterion for the evaluation of candidates is the excellence of their research.
To guarantee full consideration applications should be received before December 1st 2016. Later applications will be considered until the position is filledThere is also the possibility of joint post-doc positions (2+2)-years with Nordita in Stockholm. If you are potentially interested in that option, please indicate so in a brief covering letter.