Two Early Stage Researcher (ESR) positions within the SAGEX network are currently open to applications. Each position is a 36-month fellowship, and will involve working towards a PhD in theoretical physics as well as following the network’s training and development programme.
The project ‘Uncovering the kinematic algebra behind colour-kinematic duality’ will be supervised by Jan Plefka and closes for applications on 25 January 2019.
The project ‘Integrability for amplitudes and correlators’ will be supervised by Matthias Staudacher, and closes on 15 February 2019.
Visit our ‘Jobs’ page for more details and how to apply.
A group of SAGEX ESRs will meet with the Outreach Task Group in Berlin on 7 – 8 February 2019 to brainstorm ideas and plan the central outreach strategy for our project. Attendees will include Ekaterina Eremenko, a leading scientific film-maker, and Susanne Milde, an experienced scientific communicator, both of whom are industry partners of SAGEX.
We are in the exciting position of having significant funding to spend on outreach, and an opportunity to raise awareness of and interest in amplitudes research.
Early Stage Researcher (ESR) positions within the SAGEX network are currently available at Trinity College Dublin and RISC GmbH (based in Hagenberg). Each position is a 36-month fellowship, and will involve working towards a PhD in theoretical physics as well as following the network’s training and development programme.
Visit our ‘Jobs’ page for more details and how to apply. (Please note that both positions have now closed).
The first SAGEX school and workshop will take place at DESY from 22 July – 2 August 2018. It is part of a broad programme of events designed and run by the SAGEX network, and forms part of the core scientific, soft-skills and outreach training for our Early Stage Researchers (ESRs). The event will include training on scattering amplitudes and advanced topics in string and field theory, as well as scientific writing, good scientific practice and other important skills.
The event has been designed for the SAGEX ESRs, however the school (running from 22 – 26 July) will be open to a limited number of external participants. More information on how to secure a place will be provided nearer the time, or follow us on Twitter to stay up to date.
The SAGEX project officially began with a successful and highly-enjoyable kick-off meeting, held at Queen Mary University of London from 4 – 7 September 2018.
The meeting brought SAGEX academics from across Europe and North America together with our industry partners for a series of talks on the state of the art in scattering amplitudes research. For more information and the full agenda, please visit the kick-off meeting Indico page.
SAGEX is an Innovative Training Network funded by the European Commission under Horizon 2020. We aim to train the next generation of world leaders in the field of amplitudes research.
The recruitment process for 15 Early Stage Researcher (PhD) positions has now begun. For details on how to apply, visit our jobs page.