Contact:  mcasals[AT]cbpf.brLocation:  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A call is now open for various postdoctoral positions at the Brazilian Center for Physics Research / Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas (CBPF) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio de Janeiro has a dynamic scientific atmosphere, with several research-intensive Universities and independent centres, like CBPF, which is one of the top research institutions in Physics in South America. In particular, CBPF recently created a new department of Astrophysics, Cosmology and Fundamental Interactions – COSMO, with 9 faculty members carrying out research comprising (but not limited to) the following areas: gravitational waves; gravitational lensing; theoretical and observational cosmology; black hole physics; quantum field theory; supersymmetry; nuclear astrophysics.
We particularly encourage candidates with research interests in the above fields to apply for a postdoctoral position at COSMO. The available positions are: two “senior” ones (with a monthly stipend of Brazilian R$5,120 net), for candidates who finished a Ph.D. at least two years ago, and a “junior” one (with a monthly stipend of R$4,160 net). The starting date can be chosen among any of: July 1, August 1 and September 1, 2019, and the length of each position is 1 year, subject to renewal every year up to 5 years. The application procedure consists of filling in the form in https://portal.cbpf.br/educacao-cientifica/pci/capacitacao-institucional/inscricao and emailing it to email@example.com with a deadline of 30/04/2019. However, since the form requires the signature of a CBPF professor who is to be the postdoc advisor, anyone interested should first get in touch with one of the professors in https://portal.cbpf.br/educacao-cientifica/pci/capacitacao-institucional/projetos-supervisores within “Pesquisa em Cosmologia, Astrofisica e Interacoes Fundamentais” (COSMO) as soon as possible – for details about the profiles of the COSMO researchers, please see http://www.cbpf.br/~mcasals/index.html. If in doubt, you may email Prof. Marc Casals at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
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