The Yale Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics invites applications for the YCAA Prize Fellowship. The YCAA is part of a vibrant research community in the Astronomy and Physics departments at Yale. The Fellowship is for three years (renewed annually subject to performance) and offers salary, benefits and research funds comparable to the Hubble and other similar prize fellowships.
Yale offers a lively academic community and access to world-class astronomical facilities, including the Keck and Palomar telescopes, and to Chilean telescopes through an ongoing Chilean collaboration. Because Yale is an institutional member of the SDSS-IV and SDSS-V collaborations, YCAA Fellows can automatically join both. YCAA Fellows also have access to High-Performance Computing facilities at Yale.
Fellows are expected to carry out their own research program, although research interests that intersect with those of Yale astrophysics faculty (see https://ycaa.yale.edu/people/faculty) are preferred. Active research at Yale spans most areas in astrophysics and includes theoretical, observational, and instrumentation efforts.
Applicants must have received their Ph.D. in astronomy or astrophysics/cosmology by June 2023.
Applicants should apply online at http://apply.interfolio.com/112851 and must submit their curriculum vitae, bibliography, and a brief (max 3 pages) description of their anticipated research program by November 4, 2022. Candidates should also arrange for 3 letters of recommendation to be submitted to the above URL by November 4. YCAA Fellowship candidates will also be considered for any other open postdoctoral positions in astrophysics at Yale in their fields of interest, unless they ask to be considered only for the YCAA Fellowship.
Applications that are complete by November 4, 2022 will be assured of full consideration.
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