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One Postdoctoral Contract Starbursts 2018Closing date: 2018-09-13
Contact: Secretariat of the Research Division
The IAC (Tenerife) invites applications for ONE postdoctoral contract to work on topics within the project ?Starbursts and Galaxy Evolution? (AYA2016-79724-C4-2-P), led by Drs. Casiana Muñoz Tuñón and Jorge Sánchez Almeida.

Research topics at the IAC include most areas of astrophysics: solar physics, planetary systems, stellar and interstellar physics, galaxy formation and evolution, and cosmology and astroparticles. These research lines are supported by an ambitious instrumentation program. The IAC has been selected as a Severo Ochoa Center of Excellence by the Spanish Government in 2015.

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Astronomy Specialist EMEAClosing date: 2018-08-30
Contact: Joel Dunn
The company is an innovative manufacturer of camera solutions that are instrumental in some of the worlds leading astrophysics research projects. Their product portfolio includes fast time resolution EMCCDs and sCMOS cameras to slow scan, large area CCDs. Due to company growth, they now have an exciting opportunity to joining their team as the Astronomy Specialist for customers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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One Postdoctoral Contract Galaxy Protoclusters 2018Closing date: 2018-08-31
Contact: Secretariat of the Research Division
The Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Tenerife) invites applications for ONE postdoctoral contract to work on topics within the project ?From the first over-densities to proto-clusters and clusters: The role of the environment? (AYA017-84061-P), led by Drs. Helmut Dannerbauer and José Miguel Rodriguez Espinosa.

Research topics at the IAC include most areas of astrophysics: solar physics, planetary systems, stellar and interstellar physics, galaxy formation and evolution, and cosmology and astroparticles.
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One Postdoctoral Contract Big Data Science in Astronomy 2018Closing date: 2018-08-30
Contact: Secretariat of the Research Division
The IAC (Tenerife) invites applications for ONE postdoctoral contract to work on developing pattern recognition tools to be applied to large imaging surveys within a research project funded by the Fundación BBVA, and in the wide context of the EU-funded SUNDIAL project (H2020-721463), both led at the IAC by Drs. Johan Knapen and Ignacio Trujillo.

Research topics at the IAC include most areas of astrophysics: solar physics, planetary systems, stellar and interstellar physics, galaxy formation and evolution, and cosmology and astroparticles.
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One Postdoctoral Contract TTNN 2018Closing date: 2018-07-31
Contact: Secretariat of the Research Division
The IAC (Tenerife) invites applications for ONE postdoctoral contract to work on topics within the project ?Operation of the telescopic facilities of the IAC?, led by Dr. Alejandro Oscoz.

Research topics at the IAC include most areas of astrophysics: solar physics, planetary systems, stellar and interstellar physics, galaxy formation and evolution, and cosmology and astroparticles. These research lines are supported by an ambitious instrumentation program. The IAC has been selected as a Severo Ochoa Center of Excellence by the Spanish Government in 2015.
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One Postdoctoral Contract Groundbird 2018Closing date: 2018-09-30
Contact: Secretariat of the Research Division
The IAC (Tenerife) invites applications for ONE three-year postdoctoral contract to work on data analysis, and subsequent scientific exploitation, of the GroundBIRD experiment, a millimetric (145 and 220 GHz) CMB polarimeter to be located at the Teide observatory. This project is aimed to detect the primordial B-mode signal from inflation in the CMB polarisation, and is a collaboration between Japanese (RIKEN, KEK, NAOJ, Kyoto, Saitama and Tohoku universities) and Korean (University of Korea) institutions and the IAC. The participation of the IAC in this project is led by Dr. Ricardo Génova.
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4-year Postdoc observational asteroseismology, spectroscopy, and astrometry with TESS/Gaia/SDSSClosing date: 2018-09-14
Contact: Conny Aerts
PARADISE: Pushing asteroseismology to the next level with TESS, Gaia and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, is a new Univ. of Leuven funded project in stellar astrophysics (2019 to 2024, PI Conny Aerts). In synergy with the ongoing ERC Advanced grant MAMSIE (fys.kuleuven.be/ster/research-projects/mamsie/mamsie), it aims to calibrate some of the most uncertain aspects of the theory of stellar interiors, with focus on intermediate- and high-mass stars. We expect the postdoctoral researcher to perform a whole suit of observational analyses in terms of stellar variability and asteroseismology.
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Ida Pfeiffer Professorship (visiting professor)Closing date: 2018-07-31
Contact: João Alves
The Ida Pfeiffer Professorship of the University of Vienna supports the mission of the Faculty to research on the sustainability of planet Earth. Find out more: http://fgga.univie.ac.at/en/about-us/ida-pfeiffer-professorship/

We are looking for a top researcher in Astronomy that can trigger exciting insights and act as a catalyzer for the diverse research topics of the Faculty. The visiting professor will have access to The Faculty's state-of-the-art facilities and will be associated with our third mission activities ("Faculty for Exploration")
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One Postdoctoral Contract Cosmology 2018Closing date: 2018-07-31
Contact: Secretariat of the Research Division
The IAC (Tenerife) invites applications for ONE postdoctoral contract to work on topics of ?Astrostatistics of the cosmological large-scale structure?, led by Dr. Francisco-Shu Kitaura. This contract is financed by the "SEVERO OCHOA PROGRAM" (SEV-2015-0548). It follows the selection of the IAC as a Severo Ochoa Center of Excellence by the Spanish Government in 2015, a prestigious recognition awarded for the second time to the IAC as a leading research institute in Spain. Research topics at the IAC include most areas of astrophysics
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ESA Research Fellowships in Space ScienceClosing date: 2018-10-01
Contact: Oliver Jennrich
The European Space Agency awards several postdoctoral fellowships each year.

The aim of these fellowships is to provide scientists in their early career,
holding a PhD or the equivalent degree, with the means of performing research
in fields related to the ESA Science Programme.
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Astronomer / Instrument Project ScientistClosing date: 2018-07-31
Contact: Pauline Conlon
The European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere (ESO) is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organisation in Europe and the world's most productive ground-based astronomical observatory. ESO carries out an ambitious programme focused on the design, construction and operation of powerful ground-based observing facilities enabling astronomers to make important scientific discoveries.

For its Directorate for Science at its Headquarters in Garching near Munich, Germany, ESO is advertising the position of Astronomer / Instrument Project Scientist.
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