DHS-TSL Threat Detection Technology Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Job Description

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is offering postdoctoral fellowships for their Visiting Scientist Program cohort at the Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL). The program is seeking recent postdocs that have experience in mathematical modeling and large data sets and have a foundational knowledge of the physics or engineering applicable in learning to create high-fidelity synthetic data.

Why should I apply?

This postdoc fellowship provides the opportunity to independently utilize your skills and engage with experts in innovative ideas to move your proposed research forward. There are multiple opportunities available to engage in your applied research and evaluation interests.

What will I be doing?
This postdoc fellowship is an opportunity for you to engage in high energy physics research, specifically in applied physics. You will join a cohort of postdocs in applied physics research, specifically related to synthetic data generation, testing and evaluation in threat detection technology.

Location: Atlantic City, NJ

Anticipated Start Date:

TSL is ready to make appointments immediately. Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis and fellowships will be filled as soon as qualified candidates are identified.

Benefits

• Stipend starting at $80,000 based on your academic level and experience
• Health Insurance Allowance
• Relocation Allowance up to $5,000, if eligible

Qualifications

• Have received or expect to complete all requirements for a Doctoral degree by the anticipated start date
• Be a U.S. Citizen

Interested in this research opportunity? To learn more and apply, visit:
zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DHS-TSL-PostDoc-Fellowships-2022