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ESO Studentship Programme 2019/2020Closing date: 2019-05-31
Contact: Pauline Conlon
he European Southern Observatory is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organisation in Europe. The research studentship programme of ESO provides an outstanding opportunity for PhD students to conduct their research in the vibrant scientific environment of one of the world's leading observatories for a period of up to two years.
Assistant Professor position in astronomyClosing date: 2019-05-15
Contact: Andy Baran
Department of Physics of the Pedagogical University of Cracow invites applications for an assistant professor position in astronomy to begin in October, 2019. More details on the application procedure and documents that must be submitted are available from Andy Baran (andrzej.baran@up.krakow.pl). The position is scientific, not teaching, however we expect that our new employee will provide up to 30hours/year, general education level classes and/or outreach. The employee will have opportunity to participate in two current grants on sdB stars.
Postdoc needed in our galactic stellar-mass black hole hunt with GaiaClosing date: 2019-04-31
Contact: Lukasz Wyrzykowski
Single black holes can be found with gravitational microlensing effect if an effort is put in a long-term photometric and spectroscopic observations of on-going microlensing events. We will explore Gaia alerts and Gaia data, apply machine learning tools and coordinate a world-scale follow-up campaign in order to identify first cases of single black holes in the Milky Way. Why not become part of our international team and take part in this ground-breaking discovery?
PhD position: "Search for habitable worlds with SPIRou: tackling stellar activity"Closing date: 2019-04-26
Contact: Julien Morin
We are advertising a PhD student position offering opportunity to work on the SPIRou Legacy Survey. The applicant will work at IRAP (Toulouse, France) and ESO (Garching, Germany).
2-yr Postdoctoral position on stellar magnetism at LUPM, University of Montpellier, FranceClosing date: 2019-05-12
Contact: Julien Morin
Within the Stellar Astrophysics group at LUPM the applicant will contribute to the scientific exploitation of the BinaMIcS spectropolarimetric survey carried out with ESPaDOnS at CFHT. The proposed project aims to model the surface magnetic field of both components of several SB2 sytems composed of two cool stars, and then to study the effects of binarity on stellar dynamos and magnetic interactions in these systems.
Square Kilometre Array Regional Centre Scientist Closing date: 2019-04-18
Contact: Human Resources
Reference: RCS/19
Reports To: SKA Regional Centre Project Scientist
Contact type: Fixed term contract to June 2022
Location: Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, UK
How to apply: Please send
- a cover letter summarising how your skills, experience and knowledge meet each of the mandatory and desirable qualifications, experience and knowledge criteria as listed in the job description above;
- a CV;
- details of your current remuneration package and notice period,
- to jobs@skatelescope.org, quoting reference RCS/19.
Post-doctoral position in Astrophysics, Center for Theoretical Physics, Warsaw, PolandClosing date: 2019-04-10
Contact: Bozena Czerny
The Director of the Center for Theoretical Physics PAS invites applications for post-doctoral position at the CTP PAS, financed from the project: Constraints on the dark energy properties from observations of active galaxies Nr DEC-2017/26/A/ST9/00756. PI of the project is Prof. Bozena Czerny.
Operations Staff AstronomerClosing date: 2019-05-06
Contact: Vacchile
Paranal Staff Astronomers have the opportunity and challenge to contribute to the operation of the world leading astronomical facility and optimize its scientific output.

In the last years, major new systems have complemented our suite of instruments. This includes the VLTI 2nd generation instruments Gravity & Matisse, the Adaptive Optics Facility (AOF) on UT4 and the planet hunter ESPRESSO. ERIS and the MOS facilities MOONS & 4MOST are upcoming future systems at the VLT. Furthermore, preparations for the inclusion of the ELT into Paranal Science Operations have started.
PhD position: Electromagnetic Follow-up of Gravitational Wave Events and Other Transients at Hamburg UniversityClosing date: 2019-04-30
Contact: Joe Liske
Applications are invited for a research associate (PhD student) position in the Excellence Cluster "Quantum Universe" at Hamburg University (Hamburg Observatory) working with Prof. Joe Liske on electromagnetic follow-up of gravitational wave events and other transients, and long-term monitoring of their host galaxies.
Software developer in the Gaia Barcelona research teamClosing date: 2019-04-30
Contact: Lola Balaguer
The Gaia team of the Universitat de Barcelona (IEEC ? ICCUB) is one of the main contributors from the beginning of the concept and design of the Gaia space mission for the European Space Agency (ESA) Our team has a leading role in the data processing of astrometric and photometric data from the Gaia satellite. Our team is composed by experts in science, engineering, technology and data analysis to develop and operate data processing software for a big volume of data, validation and scientific exploitation. Our team is responsible of the Barcelona Data Processing Center in the Marenostrum (BSC)
PhD position in Nice - Multidimensional and simultaneous modeling of the atmosphere of exo-planets and their host starsClosing date: 2019-05-31
Contact: Andrea Chiavassa
We propose a funded PhD at the Observatory of Nice - Lagrange laboratory (http://lagrange.oca.eu) on stellar/planetology related subject.

We encourage students with Masters in Physics, Maths, Astronomy or related disciplines to contact Andrea Chiavassa (andrea.chiavassa@oca.eu) and Jérémy Leconte (jeremy.leconte@u-bordeaux.fr) for further details for applying.


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