Los Alamos National Laboratory is a multidisciplinary research institution engaged in science
and engineering on behalf of national security. The Physics Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory invites outstanding applicants for post-doctoral positions in the High Energy Nuclear Physics team of the Subatomic Physics Group (P-25) to work on Seaquest with a polarized target (E1039). P-25 is the lead institution on experiment E1039 that will measure the Sivers function of the seaquarks using the Main Injector. The successful applicant will acquire the skills needed to take a lead role in working on all aspects of the E1039 polarized target and the physics analysis.
Ph.D. in Physics, preferably in high-energy nuclear or particle physics
Acquisition of Ph.D. within the past five years or soon to be completed
Experience with physics analysis and detector technologies commonly used in nuclear and particle physics experiments
Experience with slow controls such as EPICS or Labview
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