Research Associate on the DUNE and CMS experiments

Location
CERN, Switzerland
Salary
£31931.0 - £44166.0 per annum
Posted
24 Nov 2021
Closes
23 Dec 2021
Ref
210000XK
Contact
UK Research & Innovation

Research Associate on the DUNE and CMS experiments

Salary: Band D £31,931-£34,709 or Band E £39,748-£44,166 Gross per Annum (Dependent on Experience)

3-year fixed term contract, with the possibility of an extension.

Location: The preference is for the successful applicant to be resident at CERN

Hours: Full Time (We understand the importance of work-life balance, and are happy to discuss the possibility of flexible working with applicants)

The Particle Physics Department at the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory is looking for an outstanding Experimental Particle Physics Research Associate, to work on trigger and data acquisition systems for the CMS and/or DUNE experiments.

The PPD CMS group has been prominent on the CMS experiment since the start of the collaboration, leading the design and construction of the CMS electromagnetic endcap calorimeters (ECAL), delivering elements of the Level 1 calorimeter trigger upgrade and now has a focus the use of FPGAs for the initial data processing components of the HL-LHC upgrades for the Tracker, L1 Trigger and ECAL. PPD has been involved in the DUNE collaboration since early 2018 on DAQ and computing and provides the current Technical Lead for the DAQ Consortium.

Can you see yourself working with cutting edge electronics developing some of the most sophisticated electronics systems in the world? If so, you will need, a PhD in Particle Physics or similar and experience of working with DAQ or Trigger systems

Applications should consist of a CV and a covering letter explaining why the candidate is suited to this position and the names and address of three referees. The post may be shared between experiments or exclusively on one of them. Candidates should state whether they have any preferences

For an informal discussion about this role please contact Prof. Claire Shepherd-Themistocleous ()

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