Scientific research assistant under the Project “DEVELOPMENT OF SECURITY APPLICATIONS BASED ON...

Updated: about 2 months ago
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 16 Jul 2020

“Horia Hulubei” National Institute for Research and Development in Physics and Nuclear Engineering is hiring one scientific research assistant for a definite duration, until 30th September 2022, (project duration + 2 years), full time, under the Project “DEVELOPMENT OF SECURITY APPLICATIONS BASED ON COMPLEX EXPERIMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES USED IN THE STUDY OF COSMIC RADIATION”

Requirements for filling the position:

  • Master programme student/master graduate/doctoral programme student in physics/engineering;
  • Knowledge of IT, data processing software, hardware programming, simulation software;
  • Foreign languages: English, very good;
  • Knowledge of the topics and bibliography specified in the announcement.

Skills and abilities: team player, communication skills, working independently.

Main responsibilities:

  • Acquiring the knowledge required to fulfil project tasks;
  • On-going training and honing in the field of the position topics;
  • Taking part in muon flux measurements using the detection systems from IFIN-HH;
  • Taking part in the muon flux data processing using the detection systems from IFIN-HH, namely the mobile detector and the underground detector;
  • Conducting Monte Carlo simulations necessary for interpreting and processing the experimental data;
  • Taking part in various specific IT support activities.

Applications will contain the following documents:

  • The request to register for the competition is found at;
  • Copies of study diplomas;
  • Curriculum Vitae;
  • Certificate indicating the capacity of master/doctoral programme student;
  • Copy of the identity document/passport.

The competition will consist of a written test and an interview in the field of the position topics.

The interview can be held only by the candidates who have obtained a minimum score of 7 in the written test.

The candidates who have obtained a minimum score of 7 at the interview are declared admitted. The final score is calculated as arithmetic mean of the scores obtained for the written test and the interview and must be at least 7. The candidate who has obtained the highest score among the candidates competing for the same position is considered admitted, provided that they have obtained the minimum necessary score.

The applications will be sent to e-mail address , until 16.07.2020.

The written test and the interview will take place on 24.07.2020, at 10:00.

Additional information can be obtained by calling 021/404.61.78 or 021/404.23.00 extension 5612.

Topics: General notions of nuclear physics, elementary particles, cosmic radiation.


  • Gh. Vlăducă, Elemente de fizică nucleară, Editura Universităţii din Bucureşti, 1988 (vol. I), 1990 (vol. II);
  • I. Lazanu, Particule elementare. Probleme rezolvate, Editura Universităţii din Bucureşti, 2002;
  • Colectiv catedră, Fizică nucleară. Îndrumător de laborator, Tipografia Universităţii din Bucureşti, 1982;
  • A. Jipa, Probleme examen,;
  • William R. Leo - Techniques for Nuclear and Particle Physics.

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