The Exoplanetary Science at UNSW research group in the School of Physics, UNSW Sydney, invites applications for an Australian Research Council-funded postdoc in the science of exoplanets orbiting low-mass stars. The Research Associate will work with Prof. Chris Tinney to target samples of M-dwarfs identified to transit by NASA's TESS mission with the new Veloce spectrograph on the 4m AAT to measure planet masses and explore system architectures, as well as the analysis of ~80,000 FunnelWeb spectra for southern M-dwarfs.
To be successful in this role you will have:
The position is full-time and funded for 30 months (2.5 years) with the possibility of extension for a further 6 months subject to funding. Applications must be submitted online - ensure you address each selection criterion in the position description . Applications sent directly to the contact listed will not be accepted.
The deadline for applications for this position has been extended to March 5.
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