ICEPP Fellowships

2019 Application Guidelines for ICEPP, The University of Tokyo "ICEPP Fellowship"

* Applications are no longer being accepted.

1. Description

ICEPP, the University of Tokyo performs detector operation, data collection, and physics research and development in the ATLAS experiment, an international experimental project, at the LHC, the world's highest energy proton-proton collider, operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). In particular, ICEPP focuses on performance studies of the ATLAS detector and the maintenance and operation of the Regional Analysis Center, a physics research and analysis site. ICEPP is also carrying out MEG, an international experiment at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Switzerland that is searching for the rare decay of muons using the institute's equipment, which boasts the highest sensitivity in the world. Furthermore, ICEPP is also working with overseas research institutions to develop detector and accelerator technologies for performing next-generation physics research such as projects at the International Linear Collider (ILC) and ultracold neutron experiments.
ICEPP is accepting applications from young researchers to become ICEPP fellows, staying long-term in overseas research institutions that perform state-of-the-art research, with the aim of developing highly international researchers that can lead the field of high-energy physics in the future. Fellowships are available for a wide range of overseas experiments, not just ATLAS, MEG, and ILC experiments, so we look forward to receiving a large number of applications.

2. Qualifications

Applicants must be researchers in national, public, or private universities or national or public research institutions (including graduate students, research students, post-doctorate researchers, etc.), researchers with equivalent qualifications, or other persons deemed qualified by the Director of the ICEPP. Applicants must wish to work medium- to-long term in overseas research institutions to perform promising research, which is not limited to projects led by ICEPP, such as the ATLAS, MEG, etc. Priority will be given to early-stage researchers such as post-doctorate researchers and graduate students.
(Applicants that have been chosen for the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellowship for Young Scientists cannot apply due to the Society's requirement that undivided attention be given to research.

3. Number of fellowships to be granted

A small number

4. Application method

Submit the "Fellowship Application" (Attachment 1) to the application submission address indicated in "7. Submission address."

5. Fellowship period

Period between June 2019 and March 31, 2020 (including overseas research period of at least one month, at most 11 months)

6. Submission deadline

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 ? Final application deadline
(Please submit your application promptly, in accordance with your research plans)

7. Submission address

■ Electronic submission

hisho@icepp.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

■ Postal submission

Fellowship Manager, ICEPP, The University of Tokyo
Faculty of Science Building 1, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan

8. Results

The Director will make decisions regarding fellowship applications after deliberation by the Steering Committee. As a general rule, screening will be performed based on applications and other submitted documents, but interviews may be conducted if necessary.

9. Expenses

Overseas research travel and stay expenses will be paid.

10. Other

Direct inquiries regarding fellowships to the contact point below.
Fellowship Manager, ICEPP, The University of Tokyo
TEL:+81-3-3815-8384 / FAX:+81-3-3814-8806
E-MAIL:hisho@icepp.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp