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Irmgard Harm                                     DESY  F01  Notkestr. 85
ZEUS Secretary                                   D-22603 Hamburg,  Germany
                                                 Tel.:  +49-40-8998-2347
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                                                 Email: Irmgard.Harm@desy.de


This list of vacant positions is supplemented whenever a new offer is received.
It will be mailed to all contact persons of ZEUS and should be made public
within your group.  The list can also be found on the Web at the location:


Old ads will be deleted three months after reception.  Should you like to
submit an offer, please forward a straight ASCII file to the ZEUS secretary.


This ad was added on December 8, 1999:

The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is searching for 
an outstanding candidate to fill an Associate Scientist 
appointment within the D0 experiment at the Tevatron Collider.  
This is a tenure-track position.   The D0 detector is presently 
being upgraded for operation in the higher luminosity environment 
of Run II, starting in spring 2001.  Run II offers unequalled 
physics opportunities at the world's highest energy accelerator, 
including B-physics, QCD, precision measurements of W and Z bosons 
and the top quark, and the search for physics beyond the standard 

The successful candidate is expected to participate fully in the 
preparation and operation of the D0 experiment and in the subsequent 
analysis of the data.   The candidate should develop an expert level 
understanding of aspects of the major detector hardware and software 
systems, and take responsibility for the successful implementation 
and operation of some substantial subproject. He or she should develop 
methods to ensure proper operation of aspects of the experiment and 
its software, and carrying out phsyics analyses.  Excellent verbal 
and written communications skills, and the ability to work independently 
as well as a leader of a team, are essential.

A Ph.D in high energy physics or its equivalent is required. A general
understanding of current detector technology used in high energy
physics, and familiarity with standard experimental methodology, test 
equipment and modern computing and analysis methods, are required.  
Candidates should have demonstrated their ability to work independently 
and to take responsibility for medium scale projects. Applicants for 
position #000009 should submit a curriculum vitae and 3 letters of 
reference to: 
  John Womersley, Co-spokesman, D0 Experiment, 
  MS357, P.O. Box 500, Batavia, IL 60510.

or by e-mail to womersley@fnal.gov.

Applications should be sumbitted as soon as possible.  A Search
Committee will review submissions and invite selected applicants 
to interview at Fermilab.

Fermilab is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer M/F/D/V.
This ad was added on December 2, 1999:

The Stony Brook particle physics group has two openings for
postdoctoral research fellows working on the DZero experiment
at the Fermilab pbarp Tevatron Collider.   DZero will begin
an extended run in early 2001 using a substantially upgraded
detector; the existing data sample will be increased by a factor
of at least twenty in the next few years.

The physics topics that will be addressed include precision
tests of the Standard Electroweak model through studies
of W, Z bosons and top quarks; searches for the Higgs boson
and for evidence of supersymmetric particles; studies of b-quark 
states including CP violation, B_c mesons and B_s mixing;
studies of QCD in hitherto uncharted regimes using jets, photons, 
gauge bosons and heavy quarks; and exploration of hard diffraction 
and the character of the Pomeron.
Our postdocs are encouraged to develop their own physics topics,
in conjunction with other Stony Brook physicists or with others
in the collaboration. The successful candidate will work at the
experiment site at Fermilab. 

We seek individuals to contribute to our technical responsibilities
which include development of the silicon microstrip track detector
its calibration and trigger, and the development and commissioning
of the uranium liquid argon calorimeter readout electronics.

Inquiries and applications, with curriculum vitae and three letters 
of recommendation should be sent to:

    Prof. Paul Grannis  (grannis@sbhep.physics.sunysb.edu)
    Prof. John Hobbs    (hobbs@sbhep.physics.sunysb.edu)

Stony Brook is an equal opportunity employer.
This ad was added on November 30, 1999:


The Experimental High Energy Physics Group at the
University of Wisconsin - Madison is seeking applicants to
fill a research position to work on the level 1 calorimeter
trigger for the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment to be
built at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN. The
position could also involve participation in and data
analysis for either the Zeus experiment at the HERA ep
collider at DESY, the CDF experiment at the Fermilab
Tevatron collider or the Babar experiment at the SLAC

The Wisconsin group has overall responsibility for the CMS
Trigger Project and is specifically responsible for
building the Level 1 Regional Calorimeter Trigger. This
system consists of 19 crates of 160 MHz electronics boards
and ASICs that will process 3 Terabits/second of
electromagnetic and hadronic trigger tower sums from the
calorimeter front end electronics and produce information
on electrons, photons, jets, and energy sums in about 300
nsec for transmission to the global calorimeter trigger.

The successful candidate would work on the physics
simulation of the CMS level 1 calorimeter trigger, provide
software support for the calorimeter trigger hardware
tests, assist engineering staff in hardware tests and work
on the integration effort with the calorimeter front end
electronics and global calorimeter trigger systems.

The postdoc would work with the Wisconsin group in Madison
with occasional trips to CERN and other CMS Institutes as
required. Depending on experience, the appointment may be
made either at the Postdoctoral Research Associate or the
Assistant Scientist Level.  The Postdoctoral appointment is
renewable annually for a period of 3 years subject to mutual
satisfaction, with opportunities for extension or promotion
to Assistant Scientist. Candidates with at least 2 years of
Postdoctoral experience may apply for the Assistant
Scientist position, which has a nominal 5 year duration
with opportunities for extension and promotion. Either
position is available immediately.

For additional information, please contact Prof. Wesley
Smith at wsmith@hep.physics.wisc.edu or 608-262-4690.
Information is also available at

To receive consideration, candidates should have a
demonstrated record of experience in experimental particle
physics. Interested candidates should send a curriculum
vitae and arrange to have three letters of recommendation
sent to:

Prof. Wesley Smith
Department of Physics
University of Wisconsin
1150 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53706

The University of Wisconsin is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer. Unless confidentiality is requested
in writing, information regarding the names of applicants
must be released upon request.  Finalists cannot be
guaranteed confidentiality.
This ad was added on November 29, 1999:

****************Associate Scientist Position in BooNE*****************

****************Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory*****************

Fermilab currently has an opening for an Associate Scientist to lead the
Physics Analysis effort for the Booster Neutrino Experiment, BooNE. The
successful candidate will also be a strong participant in detector
construction.  This exciting work will position the successful candidate
to present the first results from MiniBooNE within a four year
time-period, and represents a excellent opportunity for a young physicist.

Fermilab awards Associate Scientist positions in High Energy Experimental
Physics to prepare the future leaders of this field.
This appointment is similar to a university assistant professorship.

The successful candidate will develop the tools necessary to properly
analyze neutrino interactions in a large liquid Cerenkov detector.
Strong participation in the detector construction should provide
the successful candidate with an opportunity to optimize the detector, and to
provide the understanding of the hardware systematics which is essential in
developing the analysis.

A Ph.D. in High Energy Physics and three or more years experience
in analyzing complex data sets for an HEP experiment are essential, as is
a demonstrated ability to lead in the construction or analysis of a
high energy physics experiment. Applications including a
curriculum vitae, a statement of interest, and a list of three letters of
recommendation should be sent to:

BooNE Associate Scientist Appointment Committee
Attn: Dr. Ray Stefanski, MS122
P.O.Box 500
Batavia, Il 60510.

Receipt of applications, as soon as possible, but before March 1, 2000
would be appreciated.

Fermilab is an equal opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

This ad was added on November 15, 1999:

The Fermilab computing division, CMS Department, has an immediate opening
for a Computing Professional VI working on the CMS experiment.

The person who fills this position will be responsible for
development, integration and support of physics reconstruction and
analysis software and software tools for distributed computing for
the CMS experiment at CERN. Fermilab is planning to build a
substantial user facility for CMS for reconstructing and analyzing
raw data and Monte Carlo. This will most likely be the largest
such computing center in the US for CMS and will be the central place
for US-CMS physicists to analyze data.

The position will involve installing CMS collaboration software packages
from CERN onto Fermilab computers, making required modifications to adapt
to the Fermilab environment, developing and running test suites to
authenticate the functionality of the software, and to work with and
instruct local physicists in the use of the software. The successful
candidate will also collaborate on development of common CMS software
tools to be used throughout the collaboration.

In addition, this position will contribute to an LHC wide group
studying models of distributed computing architectures for future
HEP experiments, and have a significant input into the architecture
and design of the Fermilab CMS computing facility.

Applicants should have a strong background in UNIX and C++.
A Masters Degree or higher in Computer Engineering, Computer Science,
High Energy Physics or a related field is required.

Applicants should send their resume and arrange to have 3 letters of
reference sent to Julie Lewandowski (jlewando@fnal.gov). Please include
the job opening number (#990112).
This ad was added on November 15, 1999:



Applications are invited from candidates with very strong research records in 
experimental particle physics or particle astrophysics for a University 
Lectureship/University Assistant Lectureship in the experimental particle 
group of the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.  It is hoped that the successful 
candidate will take up appointment on, or before, 1st October 2000.

The current group research interests include the CERN-based experiments OPAL 
at LEP, NA48 (CP-violation) at the SPS, and ATLAS and LHCb at the LHC, 
together with an active detector development programme.  New initiatives in 
experimental particle physics or particle astrophysics are encouraged.

Further information, including details of the salary scales and tenure 
can be obtained from Dr. J. R. Carter (jrc1@hep.phy.cam.ac.uk).

Applications (two copies) including a curriculum vitae, publications list, 
statement and the full names, addresses, telephone/fax numbers, and e-mail 
addresses of three academic referees should be sent to Mr. P. Aslin, Secretary 
the Appointments Committee, Institute of Astronomy, Madingley Road, 
Cambridge, CB3 0HA by 7th January 2000.

This post is one of six currently advertised in the Department of Physics.  
Appointments in the targeted areas depend upon the availability of candidates 
sufficient merit.

The University is committed to equality of opportunity and has a policy on 
arrangements for part-time work.

This ad was added on November 11, 1999:

Berkeley Lab
Post Doctoral Opportunities
Postdoctoral Fellow Physicist

Physics Division
Job PHY/10051
$ 3,530-$4,170/Mo.

NOTE: This is a two-year term appointment. Applicants should submit a 
letter of application, curriculum vitae, list of publications, and three
letters of reference to:

Physics Division Personnel Administrator
Mail Stop 50/4037
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1 Cyclotron Road
Berkeley, CA 94720.
Reference job number listed below.

DUTIES: Essential - The ATLAS Group at the Lawrence Berkeley National
Laboratory (LBNL) has an immediate opening for a postdoctoral candidate
in experimental High Energy Physics. The LBNL group is part of the ATLAS
Collaboration, building one of the two large experiments at the CERN Large
Hadron Collider. The LBNL group is engaged in the design and construction of 
the ATLAS silicon strip and pixel trackers. Participate initially in the design
and fabrication of the pixel tracker systems. Take a major role in the 
acquisition and analysis of laboratory and test beam data for prototypes of
the pixel system.

QUALIFICATIONS: Essential - Experience in the area of silicon detector or 
integrated circuit electronics systems is preferred. Ph.D in Physics within
the last two years.

POSTING DATE:  Re-opened May 21, 1999.
CLOSING DATE:  Open until filled

This ad was added on October 28, 1999:

                     COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
                     Nevis Laboratories
               Postdoctoral Research Scientist

The ZEUS collaboration group at Columbia University has an immediate
opening at the level of postdoctoral research scientist. The individual
will be based primarily at the DESY Laboratory in Hamburg, Germany. The
responsibilities will include maintenance of the calorimeter readout and
analysis of the upcoming high luminosity data from HERA. 

Interested parties should send a CV, a list of publications and 
three letters of recommendation to

Prof. Allen Caldwell
Columbia University
Nevis Labs.
P.O.Box 137 
Irvington, NY 10533

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

This ad was added on October 21, 1999:

 Experimental High Energy Physics

 The particle physics group at TRIUMF has an opening for a Research
 Associate to participate in experimental studies of kaon decays.  E787
 at BNL has reported evidence for especially interesting rare decays,
 and the data set will be greatly expanded during the next few years
 using an upgraded detector. The group is also developing new
 experiments and is involved in advanced detector and electronics R&D
 using extensive facilities at TRIUMF. A recent Ph.D. in experimental
 particle physics is required and expertise in drift chambers,
 calorimetry, electronics, and data analysis and simulation would be
 assets. Applicants should send a CV by Nov. 30, 1999 and arrange for
 three letters of reference to be sent to Dr. Douglas Bryman, TRIUMF,
 4004 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC Canada V6T2A3.  For further
 information see www.triumf.ca/homepage.html or contact doug@triumf.ca.
Douglas Bryman
TRIUMF 4004 Wesbrook Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 2A3 CANADA
Phones: Office 604 222 7338
TRIUMF 604 222 1047 FAX 604 222 1074
This ad was added on September 29, 1999:


Faculty and Research Positions

In anticipation of possible openings, the Physics Department at
Princeton University is seeking applicants for junior faculty
and postdoctoral research positions beginning as early as
January 1, 2000.  Applicants with experience in the following
areas are encouraged to apply:  Experimental condensed matter,
high energy, laser-atomic, nuclear, astro and biophysics;
theoretical condensed matter physics, cosmology, particle physics,
mathematical physics.  Women and minorities are particularly
encouraged to apply.

Those interested can obtain applications from the World Wide Web:
http://www.physics.princeton.edu/www/posts.html, or by writing to
Professor Curtis Callan, Chairman, Department of Physics, P.O.
Box 708, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ  08544.  To receive
full consideration all application materials should be received
November 19, l999.  Princeton University is an equal-opportunity
and affirmative-action employer.

Please continue reading for many other job opportunities in the

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This ad was added on September 20, 1999:


The High Energy Physics group at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid has 
an immediate opening for a postdoctoral position. The group is a member 
of the ATLAS collaboration.

With the new position it is desired to expand our role in the construction,
calibration and beam tests of the ATLAS Liquid-Argon Electromagnetic Endcap 
Calorimeter. You will be an outstanding applicant with experience in 
Experimental Particle Physics and/or detector development who has, or is 
about to obtain, a PhD. The post is based in Madrid but is likely to involve
periods of work at the CERN laboratory, Geneva.

The position if for one year, with the possibility of extension for a second 
year. Gross salary will be 1,620 euros/month (plus medical insurance, provided
by the Spanish Social Security).

Applications should be sent by October 31, 1999. Applicants should submit
a CV, a statement of interests, and arrange to have a least two letters of 
reference sent to

        Prof. J.F. de Troconiz or Prof. F. Barreiro 
        Dpto. de Fisica Teorica - C-XI
        Facultad de Ciencias
        Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
        E-28049 Cantoblanco (Madrid)

Informal Enquiries to: Tel. +34 91 397 4137 or +41 22 767 6977; E-mail:
troconiz@atlas.cern.ch or barreiro@hepdc1.ft.uam.es


This ad was added on September 7, 1999:


                         EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY

               Research Fellowship in Particle Physics
Applications are invited for a two-year fellowship in particle physics
phenomenology, starting not later than March 2000. Applicants should 
have an interest in the use of high performance computing for the 
analysis of experimental data. Further details may be found on the
group's web pages at 


                                             Edinburgh, September 3, 1999


This ad was added on August 10, 1999:

                Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine


                      Design Draughtsperson / Engineer

The High Energy Physics Group at Imperial College is actively involved in
experiments at accelerator laboratories around the world and has an
extensive research and development programme for new detector technologies.

We are currently looking for a Design Draughtsperson / Engineer to join a
small team which gives engineering support in detector design and
manufacture. The candidate is expected to provide good design skills and
innovative ideas, and be able to follow these through to construction and
commissioning. He/she will work in a multi-disciplinary team of engineers,
applied physicists and technical staff from the Blackett Laboratory group
and other institutes both from the UK and abroad. Computer literacy and a
good understanding of CAD are important, as is a willingness to work abroad
if required. Experience in any of the following areas: FEA methods, gas
and/or vacuum equipment and precision alignment systems would be an
advantage. The successful applicant is likely to be a graduate engineer or
to have a HNC/HND or equivalent design experience.

This will be a three year fixed term contract with the possibility of
extension. Salary, inclusive of London weighting, will be on either the
University ORS or technical scales in the range 17869 to 25785 pounds,
depending on age and experience. Appointment at a higher grade may be
considered for particularly well qualified candidates. The starting date,
although flexible, is nominally in October 1999.

Applications, including in the first instance a CV and the names and
addresses of two referees, should be sent as soon as possible to:

Professor I Butterworth
Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College,
Prince Consort Road,
London SW7 2AZ, UK.

Applications will be considered until the post is filled.

Informal enquiries about the post can be made to Geoff Barber at the above
address, email g.barber@ic.ac.uk, tel. (0171) 594 7823. Further information
about the High Energy Physics group and its activities can be found on our
home page http://www.hep.ph.ic.uc.uk/

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