With its huge breadth of research interests and expertise, the Center for Theoretical Physics at MIT is a great place to do postdoctoral research. Please contact me for further information about the group. Formal CTP postdoc applications are available on Academic Jobs Online.
Exceptional postdoctoral candidates should consider applying for the Pappalardo Fellowship at MIT. In addition, there is often funding for LHC-related research through the LHC Theory Initiative, and I am happy to sponsor one LHC-TI fellow each year.
I am currently taking MIT graduate students interested in all aspects of physics in and beyond the standard model. If you are interested, please send me an email with your CV and previous research experience.
To do meaningful research in theoretical particle physics at the undergraduate level, you must have taken at least a course on Relativity (8.033) and a full year of Quantum Mechanics (8.05/8.06). My preference is to work with students who have taken some graduate-level courses at MIT. Funding is available through the UROP program. Please contact me about possible projects.
Currently, I am not conducting research with high school students. However, MIT offers a number of Summer Programs for high school students to gain research experience.