Faculty Position in Experimental High-Energy Physics

School of Basic Sciences
Closing Date
WorkplaceLausanne, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
CategoryPhysics / Materials Science

The School of Basic Sciences of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) seeks to appoint a

Tenure-track assistant professor of experimental high-energy physics

in the Institute of Physics.


The Laboratory for High-Energy Physics is strongly involved in the LHCb experiment at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider from the time of its conception, and is currently making a major contribution to the detector upgrade, with a view to enhance data-taking capability to extend the science reach from 2021 onwards. The position offers the opportunity to capitalize on this investment while also developing ideas for the longer-term future, in an environment providing strong technical support in detector development.


A PhD degree in particle physics as well as a strong and growing track record in research and scientific leadership are required. The appointed professor is expected to initiate a creative experimental program, and engage in physics teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels.

We offer

Significant start-up resources, research budget and state-of-the-art research infrastructure are available. Salaries and benefits are internationally competitive.


Applications should include a motivation letter, a curriculum vitae with a list of research outputs, a statement of research (max. 3 pages) and teaching interests (max. 1 page), as well as the names and addresses (including e-mail) of at least three references.

Application files should be submitted in PDF format and uploaded by December 15th, 2017 to https://facultyrecruiting.epfl.ch/position/6848513

Enquiries may be addressed to:

Prof. Harald Brune
Chairman of the Search Committee
E-mail: iphysdirectorepfl.ch

For additional information, please consult www.epfl.ch, sb.epfl.ch, iphys.epfl.ch

EPFL is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty, and strongly encourages women to apply.

In your application, please refer to myScience.org
and reference  JobID 768441.

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