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Protocol dealing with the contents and publicity for advertising job openings at the Institut de Física d'Altes Energies

1. Article 1. Contents of the advert

All advert will include, at least, the following information:

a) Number of open positions.
b) Job description and/or requirements and qualifications of the candidates.
c) Type of labour contract offered, including the length of the contract.
d) Full information of the documentation to be included in the application, as well as to where it should be presented.
e) An statement of IFAE's commitment with the principles of non discrimination and equal opportunities.
f) An statement as to where by applying to the job position the candidate gives his/her consent to IFAE to treat the personal data thus provided, and the commitment of IFAE to treat them according to the data protection legislation that may apply.
g) The opening and closing dates to submit applications, an estimate ending date of the selection process, and an estimate starting date of the contract. Candidates must have at least a weak to submit their applications following the publication in the media established in Sections a), b), and c) of article 2.
h) Contact data to submit any question or request of further information in relation with the job opening.

 

Article 2. Publicity of the advert

The advert will be published in:

a) The site established for this purpose at IFAE's website.
b) Research positions will also be published at the European Commission's "Euraxess" portal.
c) Non research positions will also be published at Generalitat's "Feina Activa" portal.
d) Any other media that might be deemed suitable. In this case, the advert may not include the required minimum contents, but it must refer to IFAE's website to obtain the full information.

 


IFAE's Governing Board, July 2018

Primeras partículas en el prototipo de un gran experimento internacional de física de neutrinos

El CERN y Fermilab logran un gran paso hacia la construcción de DUNE (Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment)

September 2018 - Administrador/a de Sistemas Proceso de Datos Científicos de Altas Prestaciones

Publication Date: September 17th 2018

Closing Date: September 26th, 2018

ATLAS observes elusive Higgs boson decay to a pair of bottom quarks

The ATLAS Collaboration at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has – at long last – observed the Higgs boson decaying into a pair of bottom (b) quarks. This elusive interaction is predicted to make up almost 60% of the Higgs boson decays and is thus primarily responsible for the Higgs natural width. Yet it took over six years after the 2012 discovery of the Higgs boson to accomplish this observation.

Observada una desintegración del bosón de Higgs buscada desde hace tiempo

Seis años después de su descubrimiento, se ha observado por fin cómo el bosón de Higgs se desintegra en las partículas fundamentales conocidas como quarks bottom. El descubrimiento, presentado hoy en el CERN por las colaboraciones ATLAS y CMS del Gran Colisionador de Hadrones (LHC), confirma la hipótesis de que el omnipresente campo cuántico asociado al bosón de Higgs también da masa a estas partículas, las más pesadas de los 'ladrillos' que forman la materia tras el quark top. Ambos equipos han enviado hoy sus resultados para su publicación.

Open call: ”la Caixa” Postdoctoral Fellowships Programme Junior Leader

Publication Date: July 12th 2018

Closing Date: September 26th, 2018

Los telescopios MAGIC encuentran el origen de un neutrino cósmico

Por primera vez, los astrofísicos han localizado la fuente de un neutrino cósmico proveniente de fuera de la Vía Láctea. Con alta probabilidad, el neutrino proviene de un blazar, un agujero negro activo en el centro de una galaxia distante en la constelación de Orión. ¿Cómo consiguieron los científicos hacer este descubrimiento tan interesante? Combinaron una señal de neutrino de Icecube con medidas de los telescopios Fermi-LAT y MAGIC así como de otros instrumentos. Esta observación de multi-mensajero podría proporcionar pistas para resolver un misterio: el origen de los rayos cósmicos.

MAGIC telescopes trace origin of a rare cosmic neutrino

For the first time, astrophysicists have localised the source of a cosmic neutrino originated outside of the Milky Way. With high probability, the neutrino comes from a blazar, an active black hole at the centre of a distant galaxy in the Orion constellation.

Els telescopis MAGIC troben l'origen d'un neutrí còsmic

Per primera vegada, els astrofísics han localitzat la font d'un neutrí còsmic provinent de fora de la Via Làctia. Amb alta probabilitat, el neutrí prové d'un blazar, un forat negre actiu en el centre d'una galàxia distant a la constel·lació d'Orió. Com van aconseguir els científics fer aquest descobriment? Van combinar un senyal de neutrí d'IceCube amb mesures dels telescopis Fermi-LAT i MAGIC així com d'altres instruments. Aquesta observació de multi-missatger podria proporcionar pistes per resoldre un misteri: l'origen dels raigs còsmics.

ATLAS observes interaction between Higgs boson and top quark, the heaviest known elementary particle

The ATLAS Collaboration at CERN has announced the observation of Higgs bosons produced together with a top-quark pair. Observing this extremely rare process is a significant milestone for the field of High-Energy Physics. It allows physicists to test critical parameters of the Higgs mechanism in the Standard Model of particle physics.

Since 2011 the IFAE-ATLAS group has led searches for ttH production, focusing on the dominant Higgs boson decay mode into a bottom-antibottom-quark pair (H->bb)

 

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