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The 2020/2021 INFN Fellowship Programme offers n. 13 (thirteen) positions for research activity in Experimental Physics.

Eligible candidates are non-Italian citizens.

To find out more about the fellowships (bando n. 21383):

INFN research activity in Milano include HOLMES, CUORE, CUPID, PTOLEMY and R&D on KID microcalorimeters.

Applications, in electronic form, must be sent to INFN not later than November 15 th, 2019 (11:59 a.m. CET) through the INFN website

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National Radio Astronomy Observatory-Central Development Laboratory (CDL)

The Central Development Laboratory (CDL) at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory seeks a full-time Research Engineer with expertise in novel millimeter-wave detectors, low temperature sensors, superconductors, and millimeter/submillimeter wavelength electronics for astrophysical observations. The position is at the CDL campus in Charlottesville, VA, and reports to the Director of the CDL.

The CDL has a long history of developing new technology to enable forefront research in radio astronomy. Current research and development programs include cryogenic, low-noise front-ends, wideband electromagnetic components such as antenna feeds and polarizers operating from below 1 GHz to nearly 1 THz, phased-array feeds, highly integrated receiver architectures that employ early signal digitization and novel encoding, wideband and scalable digital signal processing architectures, and photonic signal generation, time reference distribution, and data transmission.

In addition to competitive pay, the NRAO provides excellent paid time off benefits (vacation and sick leave). Medical, dental and vision plans are effective first day of employment. Our retirement benefit contributes an amount equal to 10 percent of a qualified participant’s base pay. No contribution is required of the employee; we also offer an optional supplemental, tax-deferred plan for employee retirement contributions.


FELLINI - Fellowship for Innovation at INFN

The 2nd Call for Applicants of the FELLINI programme is now OPEN until Tuesday, 16 July 2019. Fifteen (15) positions as a researcher in physics with a 3-year fixed-term contract are available at INFN.

To find out more about the FELLINI Programme:

To access the call and guide for applicants:

Submit your application to by Tuesday 16 July 2019.

The FELLINI programme has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 754496

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