Early stage researcher position available at the J. Stefan Institute for the research work on the Belle and Belle II experiments

The Experimental particle physics department (F9)  at the J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia,  has an early stage researcher position available for research work on the Belle and Belle II experiments.

We are looking for a young experimental physicist, ready to participate in our research activities as an early-stage researcher (3.5-year research position). The research work will lead to the award of a PhD.

The Belle collaboration is one of the best known research groups in particle physics, and has significantly contributed to the experimental confirmation of the Kobayashi-Maskawa mechanism of CP violation, for which the Nobel prize was awarded in 2008. The Ljubljana Belle team has made major contributions to some of the key analyses of Belle data, and plays an important part in preparations of the Belle II experiment.

The early stage researcher will focus his/her research on the analysis of the rich data sample of B meson decays, collected with the Belle spectrometer, as well as on the research and development related to the particle identification system in preparation for the future Belle II experiment, in particular a proximity focusing ring imaging Cherenkov (RICH) detector.

The candidates should send a CV, a list of exams and a copy of the diploma or master certificate to peter.krizan @ ijs.si. They should also arrange for two letters of reference to be sent to the same email address.

For further details please contact:
prof. Peter Krizan
J. Stefan Institute, Jamova 39, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
phone:+386-1-477-3786, fax:+386-1-4773166,
mobile: +386-41-709-338, email: peter.krizan @ ijs.si.