Post-doctoral Research Positions at Seoul National University
Applications are invited for 2 post-doctoral positions at Seoul National University. Successful candidates will work with Prof. Jong-Hak Woo to carry out research projects, including gas outflows and AGN feedback, reverberation mapping, and coevolution of black holes and galaxies. Preference will be given to those who have experience in observational studies. Substantial amount of time can be available for independent research.
Astronomy Department at SNU provides a lively research environment. Currently, 12 faculty members (including 2 non-Koreans) and 60 graduate students are actively working on a wide range of research topics. Successful candidates may have chance to work with graduate and undergraduate students in various levels. Korea is an official partner of Gemini and ALMA, and postdocs are encouraged to apply various facilities as a PI, including Gemini, ALMA, KVN, JCMT, MMT, Subaru, and smaller telescopes.
Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in astronomy by the first day of the employment. The duration of this position is 2 + 1 years contingent upon satisfactory research performance. Travel support and research budge will be also provided.
The starting date is negociable, but expected in early 2019A to summer in 2019. Applicants should submit CV, publication list, research summary, research plan, and three letters of reference to woo at astro.snu.ac.kr by January 15th 2019. Early application is encouraged and job interviews can be arranged during the AAS meeting in Jan. 2019.
The position will be remain open until it is filled.