Lecturer in Particle Physics

Lecturer in Particle Physics

University of Manchester

Manchester, United Kingdom

Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer in Particle Physics on the LHCb experiment. Lecturer is a permanent academic staff member equivalent to assistant professor in the US naming convention.

We are seeking to appoint a particle physicist with an excellent track record of research and publications. You are invited to bring and lead your own distinctive research programme with a primary LHCb related focus. The group is amongst the largest on LHCb and is currently active in multiple physics working groups, on the VELO Upgrade I and the real time analysis project. The group expects to make a major contribution to the construction of the LHCb Upgrade II Mighty Tracker CMOS detector.

At Manchester, you will join the Particle Physics Group in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. In addition to our activities on LHCb, the group plays a major role in international experiments at the Energy Frontier (ATLAS, FCC, FASER), in Flavour Physics (BES-III, g-2, Mu2e), in Neutrino Physics (DUNE, MicroBooNE, SBND, SuperNemo, NEXT), and in direct Dark Matter detection (DarkSide-50, DarkSide-20k). In each of these areas, we are fully involved in the experiments, from design and construction, through data acquisition and operation, to detector performance and physics exploitation. We also play a leading role in the proposed upgrades to each of the experiments. The theoretical side of the group has an international reputation for its work on phenomenology at high-energy colliders, in Quantum Chromodynamics, neutrino and Higgs Physics, CP violation, supersymmetry and string phenomenology, and in the physics of the early Universe.

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