As every year, our deadlines are very early:
Non-Memberstate Fellowhips: October 15, 2017; for information see here .
Scientific Associates: September 14, 2017; for information see here.
The deadline for Member state Fellowships has now passed.
General information about jobs at the CERN Theory Department can also be found here and here.
We welcome applications for EU Marie-Curie Individual Fellowships. The next EU deadline is the 14th of September, however such applications require a letter of acceptance from us prior to the application. We will apply the same standards for Marie-Curie and CERN fellows and therefore acceptance is not automatic.
The CERN Theoretical Physics Department is seeking to fill several six-year research staff positions in the area of theoretical particle physics in its broadest sense, including quantum field theory, string theory, particle phenomenology, and cosmology. Expressions of interest or nominations should be sent to <email@example.com>.
Fabrizio Caola is one of this year's two winners of the Guido Altarelli prize.
The Altarelli prize honours the memory of the late Guido Altarelli, a pioneer of the unravelling of the strong interaction and the structure of hadrons, an outstanding communicator of particle physics, and a mentor and strong supporter of Junior Scientists.
It is awarded to a Junior Scientist for an outstanding scientific contribution to the field covered by the DIS Conferences series.
The CERN Theoretical Physics Department is seeking to fill a permanent research staff position in the area of theoretical particle physics in its broadest sense, which includes quantum field theory, string theory, particle phenomenology, and cosmology. We are looking for an outstanding researcher with internationally recognised leadership in his/her field.
Guido Altarelli passed away on September 30th after a lengthy fight against illness.
Many memories rush to mind, as tears to our eyes.
His ironic humour, his warmth, his kindness, his integrity,
his magnificent smile. A pillar of our group is gone.
His great contributions to physics will be a lasting
tribute to his memory. Guido will live on in our hearts.
Today is a day of great sorrow for the Theory Division.