If you’re a recent PhD holder, you’re no doubt looking for the chance to make your mark. Here it is: you could spend up to three years working right at the forefront of scientific research as a CERN research fellow. While most fellows at CERN work in particle physics, CERN has a large breadth of activities and the AEgIS experiment has opportunities for physicists from a wide range of fields: lasers, atomic physics, positronium, ultra-cold plasmas, molecular physics, Rydberg atoms, ...
The eligibility and employment conditions for CERN fellowships are given here. For more information please contact Michael Doser.
CERN also supports researchers that have taken time out for personal reasons from their career in science or engineering via the Post Career Break Fellowship Programme.
CERN's doctoral student program is a chance to work on your thesis while spending 6 to 36 months at the forefront of science. This program is tailored for students specializing in applied physics, or whose thesis contains a dominant component in this direction.
The eligibility and employment conditions are given here. For more information please contact Michael Doser.
We are particularly interested in individuals with a background in charged particle traps, control systems, lasers and atomic physics.