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PhD positions in Lattice Gauge Theories

Employer
ETH, Zurich
Location
Zurich, Switzerland
Salary
Unspecified
Posting live until
25 May 2024

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The High Performance Computational Physics (HPCP) group led by Marina Marinkovic at the Institute of Theoretical Physics, at ETH Zürich invites applications for two PhD positions in lattice field theories, with a flexible start date in fall 2024.

The research interests of the group include various aspects of computational physics and particle phenomenology investigated through the prism of lattice gauge theories (LGT), as well as the interface of LGT with quantum information science and machine learning.

As an appointed graduate student in the HPCP group, you will be involved in different aspects of lattice QCD+QED computations of hadronic contributions to the muon magnetic moment and other hadronic observables. Additionally, you are expected participate in teaching activities at the institute, adapt existing and develop new research methodologies, disseminate results at specialized workshops and conferences, and actively participate in the academic life of the Institute for Theoretical Physics at ETH Zürich.

Candidates must have obtained a MSc in theoretical physics or related fields at the time of the appointment. A strong interest and/or previous experience in LGT and numerical simulations is expected.

For full consideration, please submit a curriculum vitae , list of publications, and statement of research interests and plans until 31 May 2024. Applications should be submitted electronically in a single pdf file via the on-line submission platform: https://jobs.itp.phys.ethz.ch/phd/ . Please also arrange for two letters of recommendation to be written on your behalf before the indicated date. Referees will be asked to upload the letters following your application.

ETH Zurich is an equal opportunity and family friendly employer. ETH Zurich invests in programs that support students, doctoral students, postdocs, and other young female scientists in their career development. All candidates will be evaluated based on their merits and qualifications, without regard to gender, sexual orientation, race, age, religion, disability etc. Candidates from underrepresented and traditionally disadvantaged backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.

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