STAR Juniors

STAR Juniors Information

A junior is a student or a post-doctoral researcher who has graduated in the last five years.

The current Junior Representatives are Maria Sergeeva from University of California (manylya@g.ucla.edu), Los Angeles, Dmitry Kalinkin from Indiana University/Brookhaven National Lab (dmitry.kalinkin+j@gmail.com), and Maria Stefaniak from Warsaw University of Technology (mzstefaniak@gmail.com).

 

The following information is available for and about STAR's graduate students and post docs.
 

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STAR publication policy

Junior members of the collaboration comprise all graduate students and those with no more than five years post-PhD experience. They will be represented on the Council by up to three at-large junior members at least one of whom should be a graduate student. Candidates for at-large positions can be either self-nominated or nominated by other juniors after a call for nominations by the current junior members of the Council. The election will be conducted by a committee that is appointed by the current junior members of Council. The at-large representatives will be elected by junior members of the collaboration. Elections should take place at least every two years. The normal term for junior representatives will be two years. — STAR bylaws
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