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Institute Professor at the Division of Particle and Astroparticle Physics (NO1)

Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers
23 Feb 2023

Job Information

Organisation/Company
Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences
Department
Division of Particle and Astroparticle Physics (NO1)
Research Field
Astronomy » Astrophysics
Researcher Profile
Leading Researcher (R4)
Country
Poland
Application Deadline
Type of Contract
Temporary
Job Status
Full-time
Hours Per Week
40
Offer Starting Date
Is the job funded through the EU Research Framework Programme?
Not funded by an EU programme
Reference Number
1/2024/Pi
Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure?
No

Offer Description

Organizing a research group, developing a research program, and conducting research on gravitational waves with experiments aimed at measuring gravitational waves, primarily as part of the upcoming Einstein Telescope project.

Requirements

Research Field
Physics
Education Level
PhD or equivalent
Skills/Qualifications

A candidate should have:

-  habilitation degree or professor title in the discipline physical sciences, astronomy or related sciences

- experience and current activity in the field of gravitational wave observations, with particular emphasis on knowledge of LIGO or VIRGO experiments, both in terms of equipment/hardware and data analysis.

- ability to collaborate in large, international scientific infrastructure projects.

Additional advantage will be experience in leading research team, knowledge of gravitational wave physics in connection with elementary particle physics, astrophysics and astronomy.

Specific Requirements

The list of required documents and detailed rules of the competition are specified in the Terms and Conditions of Recruitment of Adjuncts and Research Assistants adopted by the IFJ PAN Scientific Council on April 12, 2021 and accessible at:

https://www.ifj.edu.pl/en/career/documents/terms_and_conditions_profess…

Applications with attachments shall be sent by e-mail by April 15th, 2024 with the note "1/2024/Pi" to the following address: jobs@ifj.edu.pl

The reference letters from the referees shall be sent directly, bypassing the candidate, to the following e-mail address: jobs@ifj.edu.pl

Internal Application form(s) needed
candidate-evaluation-form-prof_0.pdf
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Additional Information

Benefits

full-time position, no teaching obligations - only research

annual leave 36 days well equipped facilities,

the tools required for research: computer farms and cloud computing infrastructure, software, servers, etc.

work in active an inspiring environment; an active seminar program,

the possibility for close collaborations with other research institutes access to world-class experts

parking

Selection process

The candidates’ applications are examined and reviewed by the Selection Committee. Based on the submitted applications, the Selection Committee prepares a list of the candidates admitted to the competition and pass it to the Institute Director. The Selection Committee determines the ranking. If need be, the Selection Committee may ask the candidates to give presentations or invite them to interviews. At the session of the Scientific Council the Selection Committee presents a report on its activity with the justification for the choice of the candidate as the winner of the competition.

Work Location(s)

Number of offers available
1
Company/Institute
Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences
Country
Poland
City
Krakow
Postal Code
31-342
Street
Radzikowskiego
Geofield

Where to apply

E-mail
jobs@ifj.edu.pl

Contact

City
Krakow
Website
Street
Radzikowskiego 152
Postal Code
31-342
E-Mail
anna.kaczmarska@ifj.edu.pl