Postdoctoral positions in the study of binaries and exo-planets in Tel Aviv
Applications are invited for two postdoctoral positions at Tel Aviv University to work in Prof. Tsevi Mazeh's group. Main research topics are binaries, exo-planets, stellar rotation and the relativistic photomertric beaming effect. Stellar observations to confirm the detection of planets and binaries with the beaming effect are performed with an assortment of telescopes.
Applicants should have a PhD in Astronomy or Astrophysics. The appointments are for initial period of one year, with possible extensions of up to three years. Starting dates are negotiable, with a preference for beginning no later than Fall 2014. The positions include competitive salary, generous funds for travel, publications, and computing, including a multi-core computing facility.
Applicants should email a curriculum vita, a brief description of research interests, and arrange for three reference letters to be sent to Ms. Daniella Gabrielovitch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications received by 2 December 2013 will receive full attention. Candidates on the short list will be invited, with covered expenses, to visit Tel Aviv for an interview and for getting a first-hand impression of the group and the department.
No benefits information has been provided by the employer.