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13 Sep 2018

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PhD Project
Stockholm University Department of Physics

PhD in Experimental Particle Physics Instrumentation at ATLAS

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13 Sep 2018

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Position Description


The instrumentation physics group at Stockholm University invites applicants for a Ph.D. position to work on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron collider (LHC) at CERN. The main task for the applicant will be to participate in upgrading the ATLAS hadronic calorimeter system for high-luminosity data taking at LHC.

The successful candidate will have a strong role in the TileCal upgrade work, including development and testing of the a radiation-tolerant control and readout link daughterboard, as well as integration of the full system at CERN. Additional work may include data analysis or other instrumentation projects, depending on the candidate’s interests. Frequent travel to CERN in Geneva is expected, with a possibility of longer periods based at CERN. We seek a self-motivated candidate with good analytical abilities and skilled in English. Strong merits include experience with analog and/or digital electronics, programmable logic, and hardware-level programming.

A PhD education at Stockholm University is four years (48 months). The 4-year PhD program includes at least 3 years of research and at most one year of course work. The position may be extended by up to one year if up to 20 % teaching assistance or administration is included in the contract. The PhD student is employed (“doktorandanställning”) during the studies, with a monthly salary starting at SEK 25 900.


How to Apply

Full information about the position and instructions for applying can be found at the following URL: https://www.su.se/english/about/working-at-su/phd?rmpage=job&rmjob=6579&rmlang=UK

Position Category: Mathematical & Physical Sciences. Position Type: PhD Project. Position Tags: atlas, cern, hep, lhc, and physics. Salary: €20'000 - €30'000.

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