Job Opportunities at Arisaka's Group

We are always looking for new postdocs, grad students as well as under grad students who are interesting in joinig our research activities. If you are interested in origin of the Universe and yourself, please contact Arisaka at any time.

Postdoc Opening

Arisaka's dark matter group is currently accepting applications for a postdoctoral position. We are actively involved in direct dark matter searches using liquid Xenon and Argon, ranging from ongoing XENON100, two new experiments: Darkside50 to XENON1Ton, as well as MAX (Multi-ton Argon and Xenon) at DUSEL. We have developed an innovative ultra low-radioactive photon detector called QUPID (Quartz Photon Intensifying Detector), which is going to be used in these future experiments.
 
The successful applicants will be expected to make significant contributions not only to ongoing XENON100 and 1Ton, but also to the design and construction of the future detector R&D. The applicants should have, or should be in the process of obtaining, a Ph.D. in particle or astroparticle physics. The applicants are expected to have expertise in at least one of the following areas: 1) liquid noble gas and cryogenic techniques, 2) photon detectors, 3) low background underground physics, and 4) data analysis and software systems.

Applicants should contact
Arisaka first, then e-mail curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, and a list of publications to Rylinn Bunnage . Applicants should also arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to the same address.

PhD Students

Arisaka's group has openings of PhD students for both dark matter research and biophysics. We are especially looking for students who are interested in getting PhD in XENON1T project or high-speed bio imaging in neuroscience. Please contact Arisaka if you are interested.

Undergrad Students

Arisaka's group is always looking for highly motivated undergrad students to join our research activities for both dark matter research and biophysics. Every year over the summer, a dozen of undergrad students join our group. Many of them come from outside of UCLA, some comes from foreign counties. Please contact Arisaka if you are interested.

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