Doctoral studentship – particle (astro)physics or cosmology | BP2

Competition opened on: 
19 Apr 2022 - 09:45
Application submission deadline: 
26 Aug 2022 - 23:45

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

doctoral studentship

within the project „Dark matter and baryogenesis within multicomponent dark sectors and nonstandard cosmological models” 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 Andrzej Hryczuk  (


  • 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 
  • Some experience in conducting research, preferably in the topics of BSM physics, dark matter or physics of the Early Universe would be highly welcomed physics of the Early Universe would be highly welcomed


  • 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,
  • two recommendation letters to be sent directly to,
  • copy of M.Sc. diploma,
  • college transcripts (complete).

Applications should be sent both directly to the address and via the Graduate School of Physics and Chemistry via e-mail to before August 26, 2022. Please select physics topic no. 6 in the application form.

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


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