Academic Positions – our recent lectureship advert is now closed.
We welcome applications for fellowships to be hosted by our group. We encourage applicants with project ideas that expand and complement our current research, including areas of gravitational waves, dark matter and flavour physics.
We are now accepting applications for PhDs starting in 2022.
Applications are invited from talented and motivated students for PhD positions in the Experimental Particle and Astroparticle Physics (EPAP) group at King’s College London addressing topics in neutrino physics through the T2K, Hyper-K, Super-K, SNO+ and ICECUBE experiments. The group focuses on addressing the key outstanding questions in neutrino physics: including the search for leptonic CP violation through long baseline neutrino oscillation measurements, probing neutrino mass and nature through neutrino-less double beta decay and searches for new physics with astrophysical neutrinos.
In addition to first class supervision on a range of exciting PhD topics in these areas, all EPAP PhD students will receive comprehensive training through the University of London Particle Physics Postgraduate Lecture Course during their first year and access to the NEXT PhD School.
A limited number of funded positions, which include home-student fees and a tax fee bursary with London weighting, are available for starting in September 2022. In addition, we are keen to recruit students through the Kings-China Scholarship Council (K-CSC) scheme and other international funding opportunities (see below for links). We are also very keen to encourage applications from people from groups that are currently under-represented in Physics.
If you are interested in applying through different international funding schemes such as KCSC or self-funding please contact us by email as early as you can.
For home-student funded positions, please submit applications before 31st January 2022 (specify EPAP group in your application). Details of specific funding will be posted here in due course but we welcome applications to work on any of our main research projects and will consider all applications against any available funded positions when we shortlist in February.