Fellowship application deadlines approaching

Please note that the deadlines for Memberstate Fellow and Non-Memberstate Fellow applications are Sept 3, 2018 and Oct 15, 2018, resp.
Note also that Associate countries (Cyprus, India, Lithuania, Pakistan, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey and Ukraine) count as Memberstate countries in this regard.
See http://th-dep.web.cern.ch/jobs for further details and links.

Early Deadlines for Fellows and Associates Applications

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.

 

Opening of several limited duration positions in Theoretical Physics

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 <th.ld.staffsearch@cern.ch>.

Fabrizio Caola awarded Altarelli prize

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.

Opening of a permanent position in theoretical physics

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.

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