GPS.DM collaboration analyzes navigational satellite and terrestrial atomic clock data for exotic physics signatures. In particular, the collaboration searches for transient variations of fundamental constants correlated with the Earth’s galactic motion through the dark matter halo. A postdoctoral associate will be primarily responsible for mining massive amounts of historic GPS data and developing statistical analysis.
The postdoc will be located at the University of Nevada, Reno and will be directly collaborating with Dr. Andrei Derevianko (Physics) and Dr. Geoffrey Blewitt (Nevada Geodetic Laboratory). Strong computational skills and familiarity with statistical analysis are preferred.
To apply please contact A. Derevianko (andrei_AT_unr.edu) or G. Blewitt (gblewitt_AT_unr.edu).