The Theoretical High Energy Physics group at the University at Buffalo has an opening starting Fall 2022 for a postdoctoral research associate to work on precision calculations and LHC collider phenomenology.
The successful candidate will:
* Perform precision calculations and use the results to perform phenomenological studies at the LHC and other colliders.
* Summarize results of calculations in scientific papers.
* Disseminate results of research in scientific forums such as conferences and seminars
* Meet with graduate students and assist them in learning research methodologies to further enhance their progress through their PhD.The appointment is for a two year term with a possible extension to a third year, based on funding. A PhD in theoretical physics is required (completed prior to the start date of Fall 2022).
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