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Research Symposium and External Career Fair

Excellent career development opportunity for Postdocs at the Lab to showcase their research and network with representatives from external companies.


  • Postdoc Program
  • (505) 665-5306
  • Email

2022 Event Scheduled for August 30 - September 1


Research Symposium

The Postdoc Research Symposium is a Lab-wide event where postdocs are provided the opportunity to showcase their research through a poster presentation in an environment that fosters enhanced collaboration and technical discussions among postdocs, staff, and management.

Career Fair

The Career Fair is an excellent networking event organized and held for the postdocs and students who are seeking employment opportunities external to LANL. Participants are provided the opportunity to submit their CV/resume in advance of the event. All CVs submitted in advance are made available to companies registered for the Career Fair. This allows registered companies to search the CVs and contact individuals for possible job interviews during the Career Fair Event. Interviews can be scheduled at the event as well.


Tuesday, August 30 - Info Sessions, Research Symposium, Networking Event
Wednesday, August 31 - Career Fair, Interviews
Thursday, September 1 - Interviews

Would your organization like to participate in the Career Fair? Complete the Employer Application

Would your organization like to be a sponsor of the Research Symposium and Career Fair? See the Sponsorship Form

Areas of Research

Advanced Materials
Alternative Energy Systems
Applied Mathematics
Applied Energy
Astrophysics Experiments
Astrophysics Theory
Computational Science
Condensed Matter
Dynamic Materials Science
Energetic Materials Science
Earth and Environmental Science
Earth, Atmospheric, & Ocean Sciences
Engineering Sciences & Applications
High Magnetic Fields
High Performance Computing
Machine Learning
Materials Science
Medical Sciences
National Security
Neutron & Proton Science
Nuclear Astrophysics
Particle Astrophysics
Plasma Physics
Political Science
Quantum Information
Renewable Energy
Space Science
Statistical Physics Superconductivity
Super Computing