Postdoc position at Virginia Tech on neutrino physics

The Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech invites applications for one postdoc position. The Virginia Tech group is involved in the study of neutrino oscillations. The successful candidate will work primarily on nuclear models for neutrino interactions using electron scattering data from Jefferson Lab. The candidate will work on the analysis of the electron scattering experiment on Argon at Jefferson Lab. Work will involve collaborating with leading experimentalists and theorists in the field in developing and testing nuclear models for neutrino interaction Monte Carlo generators. Duties may also include supervising and coordinating the work of other researchers and personnel, especially graduate and undergraduate students, and development of future efforts such as DUNE and the SBN program at Fermilab. The successful candidate will be based in Blacksburg, VA but will be required to spend some period of time in Fermilab, Chicago and Jefferson Lab, VA and CERN.

Qualified applicants must electronically submit online application, resume/curriculum vitae, and optional cover letter to In addition, arrange to have 3 professional letters of recommendation sent to Lorrie Mitchell at ( Apply to posting #

SR0190032. Applicant screening will continue until the position is filled. Virginia Tech is committed to building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from women and minorities.