Doctoral studentship I BP2

Competition opened on: 
22 Apr 2022 - 21:30
Application submission deadline: 
10 May 2022 - 23:45

The National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) invites applications for a 

Doctoral studentship

within the project „Exploring the light dark sector of the Universe” financed by SONATA BIS grant of the National Science Centre

Duration: 48 months

Starting date: Fall 2022

Location: Warszawa, ul. Pasteura 7 

For more info see the School's page, or contact the project leader, dr Sebastian Trojanowski ( 


  • M.Sc. in particle/astroparticle physics or cosmology 
  • Good English skills in writing and speaking 
  • Additionally experience in coding and/or numerical methods is an asset (Python, C++, ...)


  • completed application form, to be downloaded from, 
  • CV including a list of publications, fellowships, participation in scientific conferences, schools, etc., 
  • short motivation letter with a statement of research interests, 
  • one recommendation letter to be sent directly to
  • copy of M.Sc. diploma, 
  • college transcripts (complete). 

Applications should be sent via the Graduate School of Physics and Chemistry via e-mail to before May 10, 2022. Please select physics topic no. 5 “Novel ways to study the nature of particle dark matter” in the application form. 

The date of the interview and exam will be individually e-mailed to each invited applicant. 

The recruitment process will finish by June 2022. 

As an attachment to your application please sign and enclose the following declarations:

I agree for my personal data included in the application documents to be processed by National Centre for Nuclear Research with its registered office in Otwock, 7 Andrzej Sołtan Street, 05-420 Otwock, for a period of 12 months from their submission, in order to carry out future recruitment processes.

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The National Centre for Nuclear Research is awarded by “HR Excellence in Research”. Recruitment is based on OTM-R system (Open, Transparent and Merit-based recruitment practices in Research Performing Organisations).