Located at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, DARK's areas of research include: high-redshift galaxy evolution, quasars, supernovae, reionization, gamma-ray bursts, dark matter, dark energy, cosmic dust, clusters of galaxies and gravitational lensing. See http://www.dark-cosmology.dk for more information on the Centre's activities and current research staff.
2-3 DARK Fellow positions: DARK Fellows will pursue their own independent research programs in one of the areas related to DARK’s research themes.
Postdoctoral Fellows at DARK receive a competitive salary and significant support for computing, travel and publication expenses. Most non-Danish citizens are eligible for a favorable tax scheme. Copenhagen is a beautiful, family-friendly city with a large international community, a lively and diverse cultural scene, and a very high quality of life.
Selection of the successful candidates will be made by an international committee where the principal selection criteria will be outstanding research accomplishments and promise of future achievement. We encourage applications from the best candidates irrespective of nationality, gender, or background.
Applications consist of a CV, list of publications, brief (3 page) statement that describes research interests, future plans and relevant technical experience.
Applicants should arrange to have three letters of reference sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline. Formal instructions are available here:
http://www.dark-cosmology.dk/jobs. Applications received by 1 December 2012 will receive full consideration.