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Call for year 2013

Call for year 2013
by Serge Kox – March the 5th
 

Postdoctoral positions offered by the LABEx in 2013.

The Management Board and representatives from the Scientific Council met on July the 12th. They have selected 3 projects to be founded for a postdoc position this year :
 - STEREO (LPSC, 2+1 years)
 - ATLAS (LAPP, 2+1 years)
 - Planck (LPSC, 1+1 year)

One is postponed to 2014 : VIRGO.

The details of the proposed positions can be found at the end of the page.


Applicants should have a PhD thesis, obtained at least 3 months prior to the start of the position. Additional Postdoctoral experience might be requested for some positions.
 
Applicants must contact the group proposing the selected research programs which will be listed by mid-September. They will have to provide:

  • a summary of the Ph.D. thesis, with the jury composition (mandatory) and appreciation and reports (if available). 
  • a letter explaining the motivation of the candidate to join this specific project
  • a curriculum vitae, including a description of the work and scientific production during the postdoctoral positions (if any) and the academic …
  • 2-3 Recommendations letters (mandatory).
  • a list of people ready to provide additional reference letter or answer questions about the candidates 

The salary will depend upon the experience of the candidate and determined according to the French Labor regulations. Typically the salary proposed is 2000 € per month (net, before income tax) for PhD candidates with 1-4 years experience after the thesis defense.

The physics groups will organize the process of selection among the applicants. The results, after a validation by the ENIGMASS management, will be timely communicated to the candidates.


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