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Tenure Track Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear Physics at U. Massachusetts Lowell

> ——– Original Message ——–
> Subject: Tenure Track Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear
> Physics at U. Massachusetts Lowell
> Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2011 18:12:17 -0500
> From: Partha Chowdhury <>
> Dear Colleague
> I would appreciate your publicizing this announcement for a tenuretrack  faculty opening in Experimental Nuclear Physics at the University of  Massachusetts Lowell. Apologies if you receive multiple copies due to the merging of different e-mail lists.
> Thank you
> Partha Chowdhury
> Professor of Physics
> Co-Director, Radiation Laboratory
> University of Massachusetts Lowell
> Lowell, MA 01854
> (978) 934 3730

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> *Tenure Track Faculty Position in Experimental Nuclear Physics*
> *University of Massachusetts Lowell*
> **
> The Department of Physics and Applied Physics at the University of
> Massachusetts Lowell invites applications for a tenure-track faculty
> appointment in Experimental Nuclear Physics effective Fall 2011.
> Although the search is aimed at the assistant or associate professor
> level, the scope of the search is broad, with senior level
> appointments
> possible for a candidate with outstanding breadth and record. Current
> departmental research in accelerator-based nuclear spectroscopy,
> advanced detector development and digital signal processing is carried
> out in collaboration with national lab and industry partners.
> Interdisciplinary research with nuclear techniques is carried out
> with a
> 5.5-MV Van de Graaff accelerator and a 1-MW research reactor on
> campus.
> The Department is looking for someone with an outstanding research
> record, and a strong interest in teaching at both the undergraduate
> and
> graduate levels. The successful candidate will be expected to
> develop an
> externally sponsored research program that would complement and
> build on
> existing research strengths and facilities. A Ph. D. in Physics or
> closely related discipline is required. Applications from minority and
> women candidates are especially encouraged.
> The university is situated in the historic city of Lowell, on the
> Merrimack river, a half-hour north-west of Boston.
> Review of applications begins March 28, 2011. To apply, please
> visit the online application portal at for
> the position of
> */Tenure-track Asst/Assoc Professor – Physics ( Nuclear Sciences)./*
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