The University of Sussex in the United Kingdom welcomes applications for the PhD Studentship on NOvA and DUNE Neutrino Oscillations in the 2021/22 academic year.
The University of Sussex is a foremost research-focused academic institution near Brighton. They have both a global and local outlook, with staff and scholars from over 100 nations and frequent engagement in community undertakings and services. They are a foremost research institution and ranks highly in university league tables. Many of their graduates go on to a encouraging career just after leaving Sussex.
Applications are welcome from gifted and creative candidates for a PhD place in Experimental Particle Physics at the University of Sussex on the NOvA and DUNE long-baseline neutrino oscillation research. The latest detection of the last neutrino mixing angle (theta13) has opened a door to finding out the pattern of the neutrino masses and whether neutrinos defy CP symmetry: two of the very last missing pieces of the standard model of particle physics extended to comprise neutrino masses. Neutrinos may offer the answer to the great question of why the universe is full of matter and not antimatter. With the NOvA research, you will have the chance to compare data gotten with a beam of neutrinos to those from a beam of antineutrinos, seeking for differences. The physics reach of NOvA is distinctive because to its long 810 km baseline added with the high power and well understood beam of (anti)neutrinos. The DUNE experiment is the replacement to NOvA and will use huge liquid argon TPC detectors. With DUNE, you will have the chance to assist in designing and building the experiment for the future.
Worth of PhD Studentship at University of Sussex
- Fully-paid tuition fees for three and a half years
- A tax-free award for living expenses for three and a half years. From October 2021/22 this is anticipated to be £15560 each year
- A research training support award for three and a half years of £1,250 each year.
Eligibility for PhD Studentship at University of Sussex
- The PhD Studentship at University of Sussex available to candidates from the UK, EU and Overseas.
- If you are not a UK citizen, or an EU citizen with settled/pre-settled standing in the UK, you may have to apply for a student study visa prior to admission.
- possess or expect to possess a UK upper second-class degree (or non-UK equivalent) in Physics or a closely-related area, or else a lower second-class degree and a relevant Master’s degree qualification
They also take applications from autonomously-funded candidates interested in our experimental program.
How to Apply for PhD Studentship at University of Sussex
- Apply online for the PhD Studentship at their website
- Choose the PhD in Physics with a September 2021 commencement date.
- Specify in the Finance & Funding section that you are putting in for the STFC EPP studentship no. STFC/EPP/2020/03, “NOvA and DUNE Neutrino”.
- To be given consideration for over one of their STFC EPP positions, add the studentship number(s) from their other ads in the Finance & Funding section.
- Be certain to supply all of the required credentials, especially your transcripts and the information of two referees.
If you have technical questions about the progress of your applications or your suitability, get in touch with Emma Ransley at [email protected]
For academic questions, get in touch with the coordinator of STFC EPP PhD admissions, Dr. W. Clark Griffith: [email protected] or the advisor of this project, Professor Jeff Hartnell, [email protected].
Timetable for PhD Studentship at University of Sussex
The role will be filled as soon as a qualified applicant is found, so early application is suggested
Interviews of shortlisted applicants will be held in February and March initially and will continue until the role is filled.
Application Deadline: The application ends on April 4, 2021.
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