FYI: two postdoctoral positions

         Postdoctoral Research Positions on Belle
             Experimental Particle Physics
                University of Cincinnati

The high energy physics group at the University of
Cincinnati has two openings for postdoctoral research
associates to participate in the Belle experiment at the
KEK Laboratory in Japan. The Belle experiment studies
CP violation in B decays and uses D and B decays to make
precision tests of the Standard Model. The detector
performance and data quality are excellent, and there
is a wide variety of physics analysis topics to choose
from. The Cincinnati group is becoming involved in a
planned upgrade of the detector to allow operation at
a luminosity of 10^35 per cm^2 per sec -- an order of
magnitude greater than at present. These positions
represent an excellent opportunity for a creative physicist
to play a significant role in a forefront experiment.

The initial appointment will be for two years, with the
possibility of extension. Interested candidates should
send a vita and a list of publications, and arrange to
have three letters of recommendation sent to: Professors
Kay Kinoshita or Alan Schwartz, Department of Physics,
University of Cincinnati, P.O.\ Box 210011, Cincinnati,
Ohio 45221 (via email: hepexsrch@physics.uc.edu). We will
begin reviewing applications February 15 and will accept
applications until both positions are filled.

The University of Cincinnati is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer, and we encourage applications from qualified
women and minority candidates.