Postdoctoral Associate in Particle Theory Phenomenology

Cornell University

Postdoctoral Associate - Particle Theory Phenomenology

We invite applications for a post-doctoral position in particle theory phenomenology at Cornell University. Appointments are nominally for one year with the expectation of renewal for a total of three years. The applicant should have, or about to obtain a Ph.D. in particle theory with research concentrating on phenomenology. Members of the particle phenomenology group at Cornell are Csaba Csaki, Yuval Grossman, Peter Lepage and Maxim Perelstein, along with their post-docs and graduate students.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, list of publications, and arrange for at least three letters of recommendation. Application materials should be submitted to no later than December 10, 2020. For questions please contact Katerina Malysheva at

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