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Grants for research projects ATLAS (PhD program of the University of Oslo)

24 April 2015

   Oslo University announces admission applications from young professionals physicists to participate in research projects of the program ATLAS.
   ATLAS - one of the world's largest experimental facilities for experiments in high-energy physics. It is designed to study collisions of protons with an energy of 14 TeV Large Hadron Collider at CERN (Geneva). Installation is available at a depth of 100m below ground and is designed to solve actual problems of search and study the Higgs boson, supersymmetry, higher dimensions, testing the Standard Model and effects beyond the Standard Model.
   Research Group of the University of Oslo, included in the program ATLAS, is involved in distributed computing, upgrading the ATLAS for the new series of experiments, analysis of data obtained through experiments. The research program is carried out in collaboration with the University of Bergen.
   The successful candidate is expected to contribute to research in the field of supersymmetry, in particular, in the analysis of data to judge the dark matter in the universe. For research in this area at the University established a new research group, of which will be included scholarship.
To participate in the competition are invited specialists who have a master's degree in physics, with a serious fundamental training in the field of scientific programming, data analysis experience. Experience in serious research group is an advantage of the candidate.
   According to the results of participation in the program receives a scholarship opportunity to defending his thesis to obtain the degree of PhD. The fellow will be trained in the PhD program at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo.
   Applications for participation in the program will be accepted until May 1, 2015.
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