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Jobs and 5 Year fellowships for 2015-2016 Academic Year
Durham University (IPPP)
(Lecturer in Particle Physics Phenomenology, deadline 06th November 2017)
Durham University (Mathematics)
(Assistant Professor in Theoretical Particle Physics, deadline 09th November 2017)
(Professorship in Theoretical Physics, deadline 28th May 2017)
(Lecturer in Applied Mathematics/Theoretical Physics, deadline 24th March 2017)
IPPP Durham University
(Lecturer in Particle Physics Phenomenology, deadline 06th March 2017)
Prateek Agraval (Harvard)
Marco Drewes (TU Munich)
Alex Merle (MPP Munich)
Jose Miguel No (King's College)
Ennio Salvioni (TU Munich)
Micheal Schmidt (University of Sidney)
Martin Spinrath (NTHU)
Luca Vecchi (Padua)
Trinity College Dublin
(Assistant Professor in Theoretical Physics, deadline 18th January 2017)
Royal Society Fellowships (deadline 3 September) Short List:
EPSRC Advanced Fellowships (no deadline)
STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowships (deadline 24 September)
David Vegh (Utrecht, with QMUL)
Theorist 2016-2017 Shuffles:
Jobs for Previous Academic Years
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