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The inspirational nature of exoplanet and extragalactic science attracts the best young minds from all over the world. The intersectoral environment of CSED prepares a new generation of highly-qualified leaders and managers in scientific, technical and business areas.

If you are interested in working for CSED, please check out our open vacancies below. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lectureship in Exoplanetary Science and Protoplanetary Disks

Organisation: UCL, Department of Physics & Astronomy  l  Location: London  l  Deadline: 29 February 2020 Further details and how to apply: https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/5136cddb

Description: UCL invites applications for a lectureship in the area of (exo)planetary science, including disks. The lecturer will be part of the Astrophysics group and is expected to have an excellent record of academic research. The lectureship in (exo)planetary science and disks is aimed at strengthening our exploitation of ongoing and upcoming missions (TESS, CHEOPS, JWST, JUICE) which will provide synergy and complementarity to the preparation for the ARIEL mission. The post holder will be expected to be undertaking world-class research in topic(s) within this area. They will be expected to enhance the Group’s consolidated grant portfolio, as well as raise funds from other external sources to provide support for their research, postdoctoral research staff and PhD students. Proven ability to raise funds for one's own research (e.g. through a personal fellowship) would be an advantage. The post-holder would be expected to undertake normal undergraduate teaching duties within the Department, supervise postgraduate students, and contribute to the general life of the Department and University.

 

Lectureship in Near Universe Astrophysics

Organisation: UCL, Department of Physics & Astronomy  l  Location: London  l  Deadline: 29 February 2020 Further details and how to apply: https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/12e756df

Description: UCL invites applications for a lectureship in the area of Near Universe Astrophysics, defined as the astrophysics of the Milky Way and nearby galaxies, including supernovae. The lecturer will be part of the Astrophysics group and is expected to have an excellent record of academic research. The lectureship in Near Universe Astrophysics is aimed at strengthening our galactic and/or nearby galaxies research portfolio. The post holder will be expected to be undertaking world-class research in topic(s) within this area. They will be expected to enhance the Group’s consolidated grant portfolio, as well as raise funds from other external sources to provide support for their research, postdoctoral research staff and PhD students. Proven ability to raise funds for one's own research (e.g. through a personal fellowship) would be an advantage. The post-holder would be expected to undertake normal undergraduate teaching duties within the Department, supervise postgraduate students, and contribute to the general life of the Department and University.

 

Lectureship in Theoretical and/or Observational Astrophysics

Organisation: UCL, Department of Physics & Astronomy  l  Location: London  l  Deadline: 29 February 2020 Further details and how to apply: https://jobregister.aas.org/ad/fb6efcfa

Description: UCL invites applications for a lectureship in Theoretical and/or Observational Astrophysics. We particularly encourage applications from those with research interests in the area of Multi-messenger/Transient Astronomy.  The lecturer will be part of the Astrophysics group and is expected to have an excellent record of academic research.  They will be expected to be undertaking world-class research at the forefront of contemporary Astrophysics.  They will be expected to enhance the Group’s consolidated grant portfolio, as well as raise funds from other external sources to provide support for their research, postdoctoral research staff and PhD students.  Proven ability to raise funds for one's own research (e.g. through a personal fellowship) would be an advantage.  The post-holder would be expected to undertake normal undergraduate teaching duties within the Department, supervise postgraduate students, and contribute to the general life of the Department and University.

 

 

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CSED
Email: csed@ucl.ac.uk
Tel: 01235 567347
Address: UCL Centre for Space Exochemistry Data, Atlas Building, Offices G23, G24 & G25, Harwell Campus, Didcot, OX11 0QX