Project researcher position in the field of gamma-ray imaging
Applications are invited for a 2.5-year postdoctoral research position at the Kavli IPMU, the University of Tokyo, dedicated to the study of gamma-ray imaging and its applications to various fields including medical research.
The position is under the Kakenhi project, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas, 18H05457, “Toward new frontiers: Encounter and synergy of state-of-the-art astronomical detectors and exotic quantum beams” (PI: Tadayuki Takahashi). We seek individuals who conduct experimental researches in collaboration with Tadayuki Takahashi and other researchers at the Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU) at the University of Tokyo.
The successful candidate is expected to have experiences for manufacturing and analyzing hard X-ray and gamma-ray semiconductor imagers with a sub-mm spatial resolution for in vivo imaging of small animal or uses in accelerator experiments. It is preferable that the candidates also have experiences in image reconstruction of X-ray or gamma-ray detectors for space telescopes. Understanding of response from semiconductor detectors and image reconstruction algorithm are also required. The applicant should have a Ph.D. in physics.
The appointment will start from autumn of 2020 through the end of March 2023. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Some travel fund will also be provided.
The application should include a CV, research statement, publication list, and at least 3 letters of recommendation. They should be uploaded at “Application Form ” no later than July 31, 2020 (You need the registration of AcademicJobsOnline.org )
Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe (Kavli IPMU), The University of Tokyo Institutes for Advanced Study, has the ambitious goal to discover the fundamental laws of nature and to understand the universe from the synergistic perspectives of mathematics, theoretical and experimental physics, astronomy, and statistics. It is an international research institute with English as its official language, established in October 2007. More than a half of its full-time scientific members come from outside Japan.
We seek to build a diverse, highly interactive membership. Female and international applicants are strongly encouraged.