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Susanne Reffert | IPMU | Japan

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Two-Body Problem Resolved (for now)

After the Christmas Break, we’re back at work, and I guess it’s time for an update. At the end of last year, I had hinted at it being application time, and in particular, at my two-body problem.
To make it short, through what seems like an incredibly fortunate miracle, both my husband and I managed to find postdocs at the same place again! So, yes, sometimes you can find two positions in the same place. Sometimes even twice in a row.
In October, we’ll be joining the theory division at CERN. We are extremely excited about this. I guess I don’t need to stress here what an amazing place CERN is, especially these days.

Of course, also this round of applications has not passed without doubts and worries. One can’t help thinking about what one would do if things don’t work out well. Now, I am just happy to have my peace of mind back, at least for two more years, and I’m also happy to be able to focus on science again.

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