The Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech invites applications for a post-doctoral fellowship in theoretical astroparticle physics with a focus on ultra-high-energy cosmic-ray nuclei and their origin, production and survival in compact objects. The position is available starting 2020 and is available for 1.5 years. The starting date is negotiable but no later than fall 2020. The theoretical astroparticle physics group is part of the Center for Neutrino Physics that consists of more than a dozen faculty in both theory and experiment. The primary duties of the position will consist of research in theoretical astroparticle physics, writing peer-reviewed publications and presenting research results to a wider research community both regionally and internationallyRequired Qualifications
We are looking for candidates with good knowledge of analytical/numerical modeling of astrophysical transients, outflow dynamics, nucleosynthesis, thermal and non-thermal processes, and/or cosmic-ray transport and related multi-messenger signatures. A Ph.D. in physics, astrophysics or related discipline is required by the start date, and a demonstrated ability to carry out independent research is expected. Preferred Qualifications
Ability to work under limited supervisionSalary Information
Commensurate with experience.Review Date
December 1, 2019Additional Information
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction checkAbout Virginia Tech
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