The Princeton University Physics Department has established a postdoctoral program for exceptional recent Ph.D. recipients in experimental physics. Each year, up to two scholars are selected through an annual competition for appointments of a three-year duration. In addition to salary and benefits, the program provides a discretionary fund. In recognition of Princeton physicist Robert Dicke, whose generosity enabled this program, the scholars are called "Dicke Fellows."
All Dicke fellows are provided with competitive salary and benefits. In addition, the program will provide a discretionary fund of $9,000 per year for each scholar
Princeton has experimental research programs in Atomic Physics, Biophysics, Condensed Matter Physics, Cosmology & Gravitation, High Energy Physics, and Particle Astrophysics.
The deadline for application is October 21, 2022. To submit your application, please visit the Physics Job Application Site.
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Zigmund Kermish - Cosmology - now Insights Manager / Senior Data Scientist at Spotify
Sue Ann Koay - High Energy now at Janelia Research
Biagio Rossi - Dark Matter
Akito Kusaka - Cosmology - now Senior Scientist at Berkley Labs
Seth Zenz - Particle Physics - now at Queen Mary in London
Haim Beidenkopf - Condensed Matter Experiment - now Professor at WASP
Hernan Garcia - Biophysics - now Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley
Cynthia Chiang - Cosmology
Alex Wright - Astroparticle Physics - now Assistant Professor at Queens University