Jobs & Opportunities @ KICP
KICP Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics awards postdoctoral research fellowships to outstanding candidates with a Ph.D. in physics, astrophysics, or related fields, with an interest in pursuing experimental or theoretical interdisciplinary research in cosmology.
Each year we also host students from a national REU program administered through the Department of Physics that specifically targets women and under-represented minorities.
If interested in becoming involved in an existing program, starting something new, collaborating, or just finding out more, please contact Randall H. Landsberg, the KICP's Director of Education & Outreach, directly.
Inner-City Enrichment Teaching Assistant: Each year the KICP typically supports one graduate student who organizes weekly hands-on laboratories and residential science institutes for local middle and high school students. This position is an excellent opportunity to broaden one's career and gain experience in classroom teaching and course design. Interested parties should contact Randall H. Landsberg, the Institute's Director of Education & Outreach.
The Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics has an active and well supported Visitor Program. The program is flexible to encourage the widest community participation, and because of the interdisciplinary nature of the Institute, it offers new and unexpected opportunities. Visitors can include faculty-level researchers, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and K-12 educators drawn from academia, national laboratories, industry, and even science museums and K-12 institutions. The KICP also provides an environment ripe for researchers who are changing fields or exploring new research directions. If you would like to visit our Institute, please contact any of our members. They are listed, along with their contact information, on our People page. To view past, current, and future visitors and their contact information, see our Visitors page.