The first and necessary step is to apply to be a student in the Harvard Physics Department. You can apply online in late summer or early fall for admission in the following academic year. If you are interested particularly in being part of the Gabrielse group you can email Prof. Gabrielse to let him know your interest and that you have completed an application.
If you are already admitted to the Harvard Physics Department you should email or phone Prof. Gabrielse to expressinterest. Then stop by to visit in his Lyman 235 office. He will take you on a tour of the laboratories. Feel free to drop in to chat with graduate students and postdocs in the Gabrielse lab (located in the basement of the Jefferson building) at any time. Admitted students will have a chance to visit Harvard to meet Prof. Gabrielse and his research group.
If you are a newly admitted graduate student you are welcome to work in the Gabrielse group as time permits during your first year of graduate studies. Email or phone Prof. Gabrielse at any time to express you interest. Once you are on campus, stop by to visit in his Lyman 235 office and he will take you on a lab tour. Feel free to drop in to chat with graduate students and postdocs in the Gabrielse lab in the basement of the Jefferson building at any time.
Applications for postdoc positions in the Gabrielse group will be considered for work on the various projects summarized on the group web page. Applicants must demonstrate that they have completed all requirements for a PhD in experimental physics, preferably in atomic, molecular and optical physics. Particle or nuclear physics PhDs will also be considered if they have substantial hands on experience. Harvard is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, natrional origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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