Contact

The Belle II Collaboration is still open for new members. If you are enthusiastic about the physics potential and technological challenges of Belle II and SuperKEKB and are interested in joining the Collaboration, please write an application letter addressed to both the Spokesperson (Prof. Tom Browder of the Univ. of Hawaii, teb#phys.hawaii.edu) and the Chair of the Institutional Board (Prof. Alan Schwartz of the Univ. of Cincinnati, alan.j.schwartz#uc.edu) [replace "#" with "@"].

The letter should include the following information for all permanent or tenure-track faculty and staff members joining:
1) Contact information (email addresses, phone numbers);
2) Past experience in high energy physics, especially in heavy flavor physics;
3) Statement of physics, software, or hardware interests relevant for Belle II;
4) Area of Belle II to which the institution/individuals plan to contribute;
5) Other time commitments (including other experiments), and the fraction of one's research time that will be spent on Belle II;
6) Amount of manpower (postdocs, students) one plans to contribute to Belle II;
7) Equipment, detectors, or computing, if any, one could contribute to Belle II;
8) Names of 2-3 references whom the individual has worked with, who can furnish letters of recommendation. Preferably at least one of these is a member of Belle II.

The application will be discussed and decided upon at the next meeting of the Belle II Institutional Board (IB). IB meetings are held three times per year at the time of Belle II General Collaboration Meetings (B2GMs). The applicant should give a presentation at the IB meeting at which his/her application is presented. He/she is strongly encouraged to attend this meeting in person, to meet and interact with possible colleagues.

Spokesperson
Tom Browder, University of Hawaii
(teb#phys.hawaii.edu)


Chair, Institutional Board
Alan Schwartz, University of Cincinnati
(alan.j.schwartz#uc.edu)