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MSCA IF candidacies on Particle and Nuclear Physics

Galician Institute of High Energy Physics

  • Spain
  • €Attractive
  • Academic - postdoc
  • Closing date 15 Jun 2020

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The Galician Institute of High Energy Physics, IGFAE, at the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, invites expressions of interest for applying to the current MSCA IF open call. Applications spanning all subjects of interest of the Institute, including High Energy experimental and theoretical physics, Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology and Nuclear Physics and applications are welcome.

The official deadline for applications will be September the 9th, Brussels time. As professional support including training about MSCA programme a getting feedback and recommendations for strengthening the proposal will be provided for a limited number applications, please, send your expression of interest not later than June 15th, including a CV and a Statement of Research Interest and Motivation Letter to jobs@igfae.usc.es.

IGFAE is a research institute accredited as Excellence Research Unit Maria de Maetzu by the Spanish Ministry of Science. It hosts around 100 researchers, including more than 20 postdocs, 40 PhD students and two ERC grantees. The current research programmes at the Institute, related to High Energy, Nuclear and Astroparticle Physics and their applications, can be found in https://igfae.usc.es/igfae/research/.

Santiago de Compostela is a university town with vibrant cultural life and beautiful surroundings. It is the endpoint of the Pilgrim’s Way across Europe.

IGFAE is an equal opportunity employer. IGFAE is committed to increasing the diversity of its personnel and particularly welcomes applications from women, minorities, and persons with disabilities.
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IGFAE Jobs (jobs@igfae.usc.es)

More Information: http://igfae.usc.es

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