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Search for New Faculty Begins

The Department of Physics and Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech are seeking candidates for a tenure-track position in the areas of experimental particle and nuclear physics. The Center has existing experimental research strengths in neutrino physics, heavy-flavor physics, weak interaction physics, and nucleon structure physics. Candidates who would complement or extend existing research areas are particularly encouraged to apply.
      The Center for Neutrino Physics has a variety of experimental and theoretical research initiatives, and runs the Kimballton Underground Research Facility (KURF) as a resource for the wider neutrino and low-background research community. In addition to neutrinos, the work of the Center’s members includes electron scattering physics, e+e- collider physics, particle astrophysics, and string theory. Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent in physics or a closely related field, and postdoctoral experience. Questions regarding the position can be directed to the Search Committee via Ms. Erin Rust at [Tel: (540) 231-8743].
      For further information and to apply for this position please go to

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