The "Donostia International Physics Center" (DIPC) is accepting applications for three postdoctoral positions in the topics of galaxy evolution and cosmology.
The DIPC is a research institute located in Donostia/San Sebastian, a beautiful mid-sized city on the coast of the Spanish Basque Country. The Astrophysics & Cosmology group currently consists of 4 staff members, Prof. Raul Angulo, Prof. Nate Bastian, Dr. Silvia Bonoli, and Prof. George Smoot; 7 postdocs and 6 PhD students. The group’s research includes numerical simulations of structure formation and galaxy evolution (dark matter/hydrodynamical/semi-analytical), large galaxy surveys, and the physics of globular clusters. The group is involved in the Euclid, the Athena, and the LISA missions and the J-PAS and the WEAVE-QSO surveys.
The specific postdoctoral positions are the following:
One postdoc position in galaxy/massive black hole evolution. The successful applicant will work together with Dr. Silvia Bonoli & Prof. Nate Bastian. For further information, please contact Dr. Bonoli ([email protected]) and visit the website Galaxy evolution postdoc
One postdoc position in cosmology focused on numerical simulations and models for large-scale-structure probes. The successful applicant will collaborate with the group of Prof. Raul Angulo. For further information, please contact Prof. Angulo ([email protected]) and visit the website Cosmology postdoc 1
One postdoc position in cosmology focused on gravitational lensing, CMB, neutrino cosmology, and/or the high-z universe. The successful candidate will collaborate with Prof. Raul Angulo, Prof. George Smoot, and Prof. Tom Broadhurst. For further information, please contact Prof. Angulo ([email protected]) and visit the website: Cosmology postdoc 2
The duration of each appointment will be 2 years, with a third year subject to performance and availability of funding.
Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the responsible person for each position to obtain further information. Applications received by Dec 15th will be given full consideration.
The DIPC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, or status as an individual with a disability.