Public session, following the 10th IDPASC School, about the universe, with Rogerio Rosenfeld (UNESP) and Ricardo Gonçalo (LIP)
What we have and are working on
GSSI opened a call for some post-doc positions in astroparticle physics.
In particular, two of them will be specifically devoted to:
- Data analysis and detector simulation for the study of high energy cosmic rays with space-based detectors.
- New technologies for the study of the cosmic radiation with space-based detectors and prototype testing.
More information at this link: https://inspirehep.net/jobs/1802675 (Deadline : July 23)
Candidates will be required to have earned their PhD within the start of the new position (presumably the end of the year).
The GSSI - Gran Sasso Science Institute (L’Aquila, Italy) offers 8 PhD scholarships in Astroparticle Physics starting from the academic year 2020/2021.
The GSSI Astroparticle Physics division counts approximately 20 Faculty members, 15 Post-doc fellows, 40 PhD students, 25 visiting professors, and is continuously growing.
Research topics include both experimental and theoretical activities on: underground rare event searches, cosmic ray physics, gravitational waves, high energy and multimessenger astrophysics, neutrino physics.
IDPASC in Numbers
Some statistics of the program.