The Particle Physics and Instrumentation Group at the Instituto de Física de Cantabria is seeking
applications for a postdoctoral position. Our group specializes in the development of highly
sensitive instruments with exceptional background rejection capabilities for dark matter
experiments. We are currently at the forefront of research involving low-threshold, single-quanta
skipper CCDs, aimed at directly detecting dark matter. Our primary focus is on the DAMIC-M
project, which will either make the first observation of light dark matter-electron scattering or
establish world-leading limits in the sub-GeV mass range. In addition, we are actively engaged in
sensor research and development for the OSCURA experiment, set to be constructed in 2028 at
SNOLAB, with the goal of achieving lower background levels.