Positions, fellowships,...

H1 doctoral position at LAL, Orsay

from -- VuAnhTuan - 29 May 2006

The proposed training and thesis in French:


a recent poster for the H1 group at LAL:


and my personal web page:


Concerning the thesis, there are two parts. The first part is on the analyses
of the HERA-II data in order to measure the neutral and charged cross sections 
at high Q2. The second part is on the interpretation of the cross section data 
in terms of a precise determination of the strong coupling constant and the 
final word on the parton distribution functions and electroweak parameters such 
as the light quark couplings to the Z boson and the mass of the W boson. It is 
expected that these results will go in to a summary report to be published in 
Physics Report.

For any additional inquiry, please contact Dr. Zhiquing Zhang <zhangzq@lal.in2p3.fr>

LAL, B.P. 34
Tel. 33 (0)1 64 46 84 81 (Orsay) F-91898 Orsay Cedex
Tel. 49 40 89 98 29 01 (DESY)
Fax. 33 (0)1 64 46 85 46  (Orsay)

ICTP supports for CMS and ALICE

from -- JohnEllis - 22 May 2006
Dear colleague,

The Director of the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) in
Trieste, Prof. K.R. Sreenivasan, has recently informed us of a new programme
to involve ICTP in experiments at the LHC. The ICTP will offer scholarships
and fellowships to physicists from developing countries, to enable them to
work with Trieste teams of the Italian Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
(INFN) on the CMS or ALICE experiment. They could also work with theorists
at ICTP and SISSA who are interested in the outcome of the LHC experiments.

The positions include:

Two scholarships for students enrolled in Ph. D. programmes in developing
countries, enabling them to work for up to 6 months each year for three
years with any of the groups mentioned above;

Two one-year fellowships for postdoctoral researchers from developing
countries to work with experimental groups under the program of Training and
Research in Italian Laboratories, and two post-doctoral positions to work at
ICTP on theory aspects related to LHC;

Two associateships for more senior physicists from developing countries to
spend up to two months each year for a certain number of years depending on
the availability of funds.

Candidates interested in these positions should apply to the LHC contact
person at the ICTP, Dr. Bobby Acharya, bacharya@ictp.it, with a copy to
Marie-Christine Guirao at CERN, Marie-Christine.Guirao@cern.ch In addition
to a CV, list of publications and personal statement, candidates should
arrange for senior scientists knowledgeable about them to send one or more
letters of recommendation.

Best regards,

John Ellis

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-- DenisPerretGallix - 22 May 2006
Topic revision: r7 - 2006-05-29 - 13:27:51 - VuAnhTuan
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