PhD Studentship in Experimental High-Energy Physics at Lund University, Sweden

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The main duty of the PhD-student is to pursue doctorial studies. The research topic shall be in the interest area of the group and will be focused on experimental results from the ALICE-experiment. The PhD student is expeted to participate in experimental work like datataking and calibrations, as a service to the collaboration. there will also be a possibility to participate in detector development for the ALICE upgrade and other instrumentation. The emphasis shall be on data analysis though. In addition to pursuing postgraduate studies, postgraduate students may be required to perform other duties – including teaching, research and administration – according to the specific regulations in The Higher Education Act and Ordinance

The basic requirements for admission to postgraduate studies are: a degree at advanced (MSc) level, completed courses equivalent to at least 240 credits, of which 60 must be at advanced (MSc) level, or the equivalent knowledge or qualifications obtained in some other way, in Sweden or in another country. For special eligibility in Physics an independent project, equivalent to at least 30 credits is required, together with courses at advanced level that provide the relevant background for the planned area of research. The special eligibility may also have been achieved through other equivalent education.

Deadline: 2011-12-20

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