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Postdoc researcher for Belle II and COMET experiments

Employer
Sungkyunkwan University
Location
Seoul, South Korea
Salary
Unspecified
Posting live until
7 Jun 2024

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The Lepton Colliding Experiment Laboratory in the Department of Physics at Sungkyunkwan University seeks one or two outstanding postdoctoral researchers to work on the Belle II and/or J-PARC-E21 (COMET Phase-I) experiments.

Successful candidates will work on one or more of the following research topics:

  • Belle II data analysis on Tau lepton flavor violation
  • Calorimeter trigger system maintenance and upgrade in Belle II, including system and electronics development
  • Trigger system commissioning for the COMET Phase-I experiment, focusing on muon-to-electron conversion at J-PARC
  • Muon-to-electron conversion data analysis in the COMET Phase-I experiment
  • Future trigger system development for the COMET Phase-II experiment


The position requires a PhD or equivalent in particle physics, obtained no more than five years prior to the date of employment. The ideal candidate will have solid experience in experimental particle physics. The following skills will be positively considered:

  • Experience with Geant4
  • FPGA programming with VHDL/Verilog
  • Experience in building electronics systems for particle physics experiments

This postdoctoral position is funded by the NRF of Korea for 5+5 years. The successful candidate will be contracted for three years, with the possibility of an additional two years, depending on funding availability. The annual gross salary (before tax) ranges from 50 MKRW to 55 MKRW.

Interested candidates should send a curriculum vitae, including a brief statement of research interests (no more than one page) and a list of referees, to MyeongJae Lee (myeongjaelee@g.skku.edu).

 

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