PhD within the High Energy Physics group of the University of Liverpool

   Department of Physics

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  Prof Gianluigi Casse, Dr J Vossebeld  No more applications being accepted  Funded PhD Project (UK Students Only)

About the Project

The Liverpool University Particle Physics Group is one of the most active in the UK. Its programme includes working at the energy and precision frontiers of physics and in studying the properties of quarks and neutrinos. With a team of over 90 researchers including experimentalists, theorists, programmers, engineers, technicians and students we are a leading centre for the study of the fundamental properties of the universe through a range of exciting experiments.

The specific project will be discussed among the Liverpool academic team and the successful candidate. It will be within the broad range of activities and experiments where the Liverpool scientists have key roles. Our group is deeply involved and strongly contributing to current and planned experiments at CERN (ATLAS, LHCb, Faser), neutrino physics (T2K, Super Kamiokande, SNOW+, DUNE, HyperK), muon physics (G-2, Mu3e, Mu2e, dark matter (LZ, DarkSide), atom interferometry. The activities cover all experimental aspects, from analysis to detector planning and development. Information about the group and our activities can be found at Please ensure your quote reference PPPR050 in your application form.

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Funding Notes

The studentship will be fully funded by an STFC grant and would include support for international travelling and one long term attachment (LTA) to the chosen experiment site.

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