We seek applications for a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the broad field of planet formation and evolution and protoplanetary accretion discs. The successful candidate will join the research group lead by Dr. Hall at the University of Georgia, USA.
The successful candidate will have experience with astrophysical fluid simulations of star formation/protoplanetary accretion discs, and the following skills are desirable, but not essential. Experience in: 1) Radiative transfer calculations and synthetic observations 2) Dusty hydrodynamics 3)Modelling protoplanetary disc chemistry 4) Observational data sets (e.g ALMA) 5) Application of (or interest in) machine learning techniques
Apply using the URL in the Apply to Job section. Candidates should submit: 1)Cover letter 2)Resume/Vitae 3) Two page research statement of past and current research 4) One page statement of future research plans, and how they see their research interests aligning with or complementing those of Dr. Hall's research group 5) A 300 word statement outlining their past and future commitment to equity, diversity and inclusivity. 6) Three letters of reference submitted directly by the referees to Robin Taylor at [email protected]
Informal enquiries about the position should be made to Dr. Hall. Deadline for receipt of all application materials is 06 July 2021. Start date is flexible, but ideally before 01 Nov 2021.
Postdoctoral research associates at the University of Georgia are elligible to enroll in medical, dental and vision insurance offered by the University.
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