Posdoctoral research position in numerical relativity, Cornell Unversity, USA

Cornell University expects to have an opening for a Research Associate in numerical relativity starting in September, 2020. The position requires a Ph.D. and experience in numerical relativity or computational physics. The position is for one year, with subsequent renewals depending on performance and the availability of funds.

The Cornell Relativity Group consists of Saul Teukolsky and Eanna Flanagan, senior research associate Larry Kidder and research associates Mike Boyle and Prayush Kumar. There will also be opportunities to interact with the Theoretical Astrophysics Group, including Rachel Bean, David Chernoff, Dong Lai, Richard Lovelace, and Ira Wasserman.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, a CV (including list of publications) and a brief (1-3 pages) description of research interests, and should arrange three letters of reference to be submitted through Academic Jobs Online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/14469.

Alternatively, applications may be sent by email to: Ms. Lynda Sovocool lmk3[AT]cornell.edu . (Please note “Teukolsky Research Associate” in the subject heading, and put the CV and research statement in a single PDF file.) Applicants should arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent to this same email address. All materials should be received by November 1, 2019.

Diversity and inclusion have been and continue to be a part of our heritage. Cornell University is a recognized EEO/AA employer and educator.

Postdoctoral Research Position in Numerical Relativity and Computational Astrophysics, Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position in the Illinois Relativity Group. The candidate should have expertise in numerical relativity and relativistic astrophysics. Some experience in computational hydrodynamics and/or computational MHD would be desirable.

Applicants should go online at https://my.physics.illinois.edu/join/ to submit their application, which must include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of publications, brief description of research interests, and the names, mailing and email addresses of three references. Please contact Elisabeth Greifenkamp at greifenk@illinois.edu if you have any questions. Applications should be posted by DEC 1, 2019 for full consideration. The starting date of the position is AUG 15, 2020.

The successful applicant will join Professor Stuart Shapiro in developing and applying the tools of numerical relativity and computational hydrodynamics, MHD, and stellar dynamics to tackle diverse problems in general relativity and astrophysics. Recent topics include the inspiral and coalescence of compact binaries, the generation of gravitational waves, magnetized neutron stars, magnetorotational stellar collapse, accretion onto isolated and binary black holes, the formation and cosmological growth of supermassive black holes in the early universe, and the dynamics of dark matter halos and spikes around black holes. Some of this work is geared to identifying astrophysically plausible, strong-field sources of gravitational waves and calculating gravitational waveforms detectable by LIGO/VIRGO, KAGRA, LISA and the PTA. For these “multimessenger” sources we are also exploring counterpart electromagnetic signals, including gamma-ray bursts and kilonovae, as well as neutrinos.

In addition to Professor Shapiro, the Illinois Relativity Group includes Professors Nicolas Yunes and Helvi Witek, their postdocs, PhD and undergraduate research students. It maintains close interactions with colleagues in Physics, Astronomy and NCSA, in addition to several outside collaborators.

Assistant/Associate Professor – Astrophysics, Pullman, WA, USA

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Washington State University, Pullman, WA invites applications for a permanent, full-time, tenure-track faculty position in astrophysics at the assistant or associate professor level beginning August 16, 2020. Candidates working in all areas of astronomy, astrophysics, and gravitational physics will be considered. The Department is especially interested in candidates whose research complements the work of existing faculty, for example on galaxy evolution, gravitational waves, or relativity. The successful applicant will be expected to establish a vigorous externally funded research program and to teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Additional information about the Department can be found at physics.wsu.edu.

Candidates must have a PhD in physics/astronomy or a closely related field. Further information about the required and preferred qualifications, and the application process may be seen at https://physics.wsu.edu/open-positions.

Applicants should apply online at https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/46905. Review of applications begins October 16, 2019. Complete applications received by this date are guaranteed full consideration, but review of applicants will continue until position is filled. Inquiries can be sent to physics[AT]wsu.edu or 509-335-9532. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and Employer.

Two ERC funded postdoctoral positions in gravitational wave astrophysics, Milan, Italy

Universita’ di Milano Bicocca is currently seeking to fill at least two postdoctoral research positions with highly qualified individuals interested in pursuing research in the fields gravitational wave astrophysics, with a particular focus on massive black hole binaries.

The successful candidates will join Prof. Alberto Sesana in forming the core team of ‘B Massive’, an ERC CoG funded project aimed at tackling all the facets of the astrophysics of massive black hole binaries.
We are particularly looking for candidates with strong background either in numerical (N-body and/or hydro) simulations of massive black holes binaries and their galaxy hosts or in pulsar timing observations, data analysis and inference. But candidates with relevant expertise in all aspects of massive black hole binary theory and observations, gravitational wave data analysis at large and numerical simulations are warmly welcomed to apply.

Appointments are expected to start as soon as possible but certainly no later than fall 2020. The ERC funding guarantees a generous salary, competitive with the highest European standards for this type of positions.

The Bicocca astro group has a strong expertise in massive black hole astrophysics, dynamics and gravitational waves (Prof. Monica Colpi, Prof. Massimo Dotti, Prof. Alberto Sesana and visiting Prof. Francesco Haardt), relativistic numerical simulations of compact objects (Prof. Bruno Giacomazzo), observations of high redshift galaxies and black holes (Prof. Michele Fumagalli, to join the group in 2020). It is a lively group supporting a number of postdocs and PhD students. It also have tight connections with the observatories of Brera and Merate. It is located close to the centre of Milan, the most lively and international city in Italy, 1h away from the beautiful Como Lake and the stunning Alps.

Candidates must have a PhD degree in physics, astronomy or a related discipline.
Applications should consist of:
-a cover letter,
-a brief statement of research interests,
-a curriculum vitae including publication list,
-at least three letters of recommendation.

All material should be sent electronically as soon as possible to the attention of Prof. Alberto Sesana to the email address alberto.sesana[AT]unimib.it, by October 22, 2019.

Permanent Research Scientist in Gravitational Wave Science at UCLouvain, Belgium

The Research Institute in Mathematics and Physics (IRMP) at the Universite’ catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) is searching for an outstanding research scientist to start a research program in instrumentation for gravitational wave experiments. The position is permanent from day one and is open to candidates of any nationality.

The IRMP institute hosts, among others, research on fundamental interactions and cosmology equally strongly on the experimental and theoretical fronts. More than 100 physicists and mathematicians from all over the world currently work at the IRMP. Physicists of the IRMP have strong involvements in particle physics experiments, notably CMS and NA62 at the CERN international laboratory. They have recently joined the Virgo Collaboration at the European Gravitational Observatory (EGO) and are launching a new research program in gravitational wave physics which includes important contributions to the Virgo computing and detection systems. The group will also participate in the construction of a research and development facility, funded by the EU through its Interreg Europe programme, aimed to prepare the construction of the Einstein Telescope project.

In the short term, the selected candidate is mostly expected to take a leading role in current and future upgrade projects of the Virgo interferometer and to the activities related to the design and construction of the Einstein Telescope. In the longer term, (s)he will have the possibility to contribute more importantly also to the other instrumentation R&D activities at the institute, like experimental projects in particle physics.

The selected candidate will be integrated locally within a group composed of academic staff, postdoctoral researchers, PhD students and technicians. (S)he will benefit from the availability of electronics and optics laboratories as well as a drawing office, clean rooms and a large computing cluster. The selected candidate is expected to collaborate with Belgian and international partners and participate in the dissemination of scientific results.

Required qualifications:
– PhD degree in physics or engineering;
– Minimum 2 years of postdoctoral scientific experience;
– Wide experience in the development and use of electronic, optoelectronic and/or optical devices, including the associated controls, proven among others by authorship of scientific publications/presentations in the domain;
– Experience in project writing/submission and management/reporting;
– Very good knowledge of English;
– Team player with excellent communication skills;
– Readiness to travel abroad for extended periods.

Additional assets:
– Experience in laser interferometer gravitational wave experiments.
– Good knowledge of French. Otherwise, the selected candidate will be asked to acquire this skill within three years after taking office.

For more information, please contact :
Prof. Giacomo Bruno : giacomo.bruno[AT]uclouvain.be ; tel: +32 (0)10 473215
To whom at least two letters of recommendation should be sent by email.

Applications should be submitted online at the accompanying URL

Postdoctoral position in Relativistic Theoretical Astrophysics, Frankfurt, Germany

The group of Relativistic Theoretical Astrophysics in Frankfurt invites applications for a postdoctoral position in Relativistic Theoretical Astrophysics.

Candidates should have a PhD in astrophysics, physics or applied mathematics. Research experience with simulations in numerical relativity, relativistic hydrodynamics and MHD are favourably evaluated. Candidates with knowledge and experience in modelling the electromagnetic emission from merging binaries will be particularly favoured.

The successful applicant will be part of an international research group at the Institute for Theoretical Physics at Frankfurt, Germany. Interests of the group span from the modelling of the physics of neutron stars and black holes, to fundamental issues in gravitational physics (https://relastro.uni-frankfurt.de/). Frankfurt am Main is a lively and international city, and Europe’s financial center.

The application should comprise a CV, a publication list, and a research summary and proposal. Applicants should also arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to the address below. Applications will have to be sent by 30.09.2018 for full consideration, but the search will remain open till the optimal candidate is found.

The position is initially for two years and can be extended – depending on successful performance and availability of funds – for up to five years. The expected starting date is 01.04.2020, but earlier/later appointments can be negotiated.

Applications should be made electronically and sent to: Fr. Astrid Steidl: steidl[AT]itp.uni-frankfurt.de and to rezzolla[AT]itp.uni-frankfurt.de

Postdoc positions in Gravitational Waves and Numerical Relativity, Jena, Germany

Applications are invited for two postdoctoral positions in the field of gravitational waves and numerical relativity at the University of Jena. The positions are associated with the research group of Prof. Sebastiano Bernuzzi at the Theoretical Physics Institute Jena. One position is funded by ERC-StG grant “BinGraSp”, the other by Jena FSU. The researchers are expected to work on the broad topic of compact binaries in general relativity, including computational aspects in numerical relativity, gravitational waveform modeling and data-analysis applications. The successful candidates have the opportunity to join the Virgo Collaboration and participate to the LIGO-Virgo gravitational-wave astronomy programme. The group is also part of the computational relativity (CoRe) collaboration.

The appointment will be initially for one year with possible extension up to three years. Candidates with experience in analytical and numerical relativity, gravitational-wave modeling and data analysis are particularly encouraged to apply.

Please submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae with a list of publications, a brief description of research interests, and a list of three potential referees, who may be contacted separately. Applications should be received by October 1st, 2019, but will be considered until the positions are filled. Starting date can be as early as November 2019 and no later than Spring 2020.

Please send applications to:

sebastiano.bernuzzi[AT]uni-jena.de
Theoretisch-Physikalisches Institut
Friedrich-Schiller-Universitaet Jena
Max Wien Platz 1
D-07743 Jena, Germany
Office 209

Please use the string “Application for PD position – SURNAME NAME” in the email subject and use the PDF format for all your files.

More info

* Theoretical Physics Institute:
https://www.tpi.uni-jena.de/HomePage

* Research group:
http://www.tpi.uni-jena.de/~bernuzzi

Full Professorship in Fundamental Physics from Strong Gravity, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

The High-Energy Physics Department at Radboud University is looking for a full professor in the area of “Fundamental Physics from Strong Gravity”, to broaden its current research activities in theoretical particle physics and quantum gravity. The novel, theoretical research line will be dedicated to gravitational phenomena in extreme/nonperturbative regimes and how they elucidate our understanding of the foundations of gravity and spacetime.

The successful candidate will complement and strengthen a dynamic and interactive group of (quantum) gravity researchers, consisting of permanent members Renate Loll, Frank Saueressig, Timothy Budd and (from Jan 2020) Beatrice Bonga, part-time members Jan Ambjorn and Bianca Dittrich, as well as postdocs and PhD students. Further gravity-related research is performed in the neighbouring mathematics and astrophysics departments.

For more information and details on how to apply, please visit the accompanying URL.

M.Sc. and Ph.D Students in Theoretical Physics, Lethbridge, Canada

Applications are invited from students interested in doing M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, under the supervision of Dr. Saurya Das and Dr. Pasquale Bosso, starting January 2020. Potential research topics will be Quantum Gravity Theory and Phenomenology and Foundations of Quantum Mechanics.

Applicants for the M.sc. position must have a B.Sc. and those for the Ph.D. position must have an M.Sc. or equivalent in Physics/Theoretical Physics, and have a strong background in its fundamental areas, including General Relativity and basic Quantum Field Theory. Knowledge of advanced topics, such as Quantum Optics and familiarity with computational softwares will be an asset.

Please send your Statement of Purpose, CV, Transcripts (scanned/electronic copies are fine), and arrange to send at least three letters of reference directly to: saurya.das[AT]uleth.ca or pasquale.bosso[AT]uleth.ca.
Complete applications will be reviewed as and when they are received, until the positions are filled.

Graduate students are supported by a combination of teaching and research assistantships and scholarships which is generally sufficient to cover tuition and living expenses. Information about the department, research areas and its graduate program and can be found in:
http://www.uleth.ca/artsci/physics-astronomy
http://www.uleth.ca/artsci/physics-astronomy/meet-our-faculty-staff
http://www.uleth.ca/graduatestudies/
For more information, please send an email to: saurya.das[AT]uleth.ca or pasquale.bosso[AT]uleth.ca

Dr. Saurya Das, Dr. Pasquale Bosso
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Lethbridge
4401 University Drive
Lethbridge, AB, CANADA T1K 3M4
Email: saurya.das[AT]uleth.ca

Equity:
University of Lethbridge is committed to diversity and equity in employment. It welcomes applications from all minority and traditionally underrepresented groups.

Postdoctoral positions in Numerical Relativity at the RIT, Rochester, NY, USA

Postdoctoral positions in Numerical Relativity at the Rochester Institute of Technology

The Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (CCRG) at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) anticipates filling several postdoctoral positions in the coming year. We are looking for postdoctoral candidates interested in working in the areas of modeling and simulation of gravitational waves sources and their electromagnetic counterparts, including binary black holes and neutron stars, and their astrophysical interpretation in the context of the LIGO-Virgo observations. We are also interested in candidates working in relativistic magneto-hydrodynamics simulations of accretion disks around supermassive black hole mergers, and their jet dynamics.

The successful postdoctoral candidates will have the opportunity to collaborate on a broad range of research topics in gravitational physics. Our group is involved in several large collaborations, including the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC), The Einstein Toolkit Consortium (http://einsteintoolkit.org), and a Petascale computing project with NCSA.

There are many senior researchers working in a broad range of areas of gravitational physics and astrophysics at the CCRG. This includes Manuela Campanelli (Director), Sukanya Chakrabarti, Joshua Faber, Carlos Lousto, Richard O’Shaughnessy, Jason Nordhaus, Yosef Zlochower, John Whelan, and Hans-Peter Bischof, several postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. students (see http://ccrg.rit.edu/people for an overview on who is or has been at CCRG). The group also collaborates with many faculty, postdocs and graduate students in the larger astrophysics group (http://www.rit.edu/cos/astrophysics/), the school of Mathematical Sciences (http://www.rit.edu/cos/sms/) and the School of Physics and Astronomy (http://www.rit.edu/cos/physics/).

The positions are for two or three years and renewable depending on satisfactory performance and the availability of funds. CCRG researchers have access to several computing cluster facilities at national computing centers such as XSEDE and BlueWaters as well as two dedicated 1300 and 1600-core clusters hosted at the Center.

More information about the CCRG is available at http://ccrg.rit.edu/ And about Rochester at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rochester,_New_York

Applications should consist of a cover letter, a brief statement of research interests, a curriculum vitae including publication list, and at least three letters of recommendation. All materials should be sent electronically as soon as possible to: ccrg-postdoc[AT]ccrgweb.rit.edu For an overview of all job openings at CCRG please go to: https://ccrg.rit.edu/career

Enquiries can be addressed to the center’s Director:

Manuela Campanelli, manuela[AT]astro[dot]rit[dot]edu Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, School of Mathematical Sciences, and School of Physics and Astronomy, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) 85 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, New York 14623 USA

Review of completed applications will begin as soon as available and will continue until a suitable candidate is found. Deadline for applications is January 31st, 2020. Starting date can be as early as September, 2020. RIT is committed to equal employment opportunity and affirmativeaction.

STFC Ernest Rutherford Fellowships, University of Sheffield, UK

The School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Sheffield is intending to support two applications for the Ernest Rutherford Fellowship in 2019/20. These are five-year fellowships awarded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council. It is the current policy of the Faculty of Science at the University of Sheffield that all successful applicants will be offered an open-ended academic position at the end of their Fellowship.

Details about the Ernest Rutherford Fellowships, and the Faculty of Science’s policy on long-term Research Fellows can be found on the following websites:

https://stfc.ukri.org/funding/fellowships/ernest-rutherford-fellowship/
https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/faculty/science/research/independent-research-fellowships

Applications in the areas of Gravitation and Cosmology, and Solar and Solar-Terrestial Physics will be particularly welcomed.

Expressions of interest should be sent before midday on Monday 12th August to Professor Tom Bridgeland at the address t.bridgeland[AT]sheffield.ac.uk. These should include a full CV (a research proposal is not necessary at this stage).

The internal selection process will be completed by Monday 19 August, and the Fellowship application must be received by the STFC before Thursday 26 September.

Tenure-track faculty position in Astroparticle Physics at SISSA, Trieste, Italy

The Astroparticle Physics group at the Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA) in Trieste, Italy, invites expressions of interest for a faculty position from outstanding candidates with a strong astroparticle theoretical research record on cosmological implications of beyond standard model physics, including research on baryogenesis/leptogenesis scenarios, phase transitions, axion physics, early universe tests of fundamental interactions.

The appointment procedure will be activated at the assistant professor, tenure-track, level.

The successful candidate is expected to work as an independent principal investigator, promoting and leading research activities to complement the current expertise of the SISSA groups in Particle Astrophysics, Gravitation Theory and Cosmology, as well as to attract external funds, take an active part in the SISSA PhD teaching programme and supervise graduate students.

The deadline for receipt of the expressions of interest, in English and only via Academic Jobs Online, is September 2, 2019.

They should include:
– Curriculum Vitae with a complete publication list and the names of at least three referees.
– Description of current research interests.
– List of ten publications of greatest interest for the selection.

The International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) is a leading research and training institution (PhD School) based on the beautiful sea coast of Trieste in Italy. It offers first rate facilities (also for High Performance Computing) and has close relations with the other scientific institutions in the area. In particular, together with the National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF), the International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN), SISSA is a founding member and supports the Institute for Fundamental Physics of the Universe (IFPU), Trieste, a newly born institute aiming at hosting and promoting a vigorous and innovative multi-disciplinary research program focused on investigating the fundamental laws of Nature under a Cosmological and Astrophysical perspective.

Visiting Assistant Professor position in Physics/Astronomy at Montclair State University, NJ, USA

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Montclair State University has an opening for a 1-year Visiting Assistant Professor. The position is primarily instructional and must begin on September 1, 2019. We expect to conduct a tenure-track search in the fall, and we hope to attract a candidate who will also be competitive in that search. (In the past, we have made hires from our visiting faculty.)

If interested, please submit your application by August 1, 2019 for full consideration.

Full details can be found at the URL above.

Postdoc at Nottingham, UK

Applications are invited for the above STFC funded post to begin in October 2019, in which the candidate will have the opportunity to work with members of both the particle cosmology and quantum gravity groups.

Candidates with research interests in any of the areas of Dark Energy, Dark Matter, Modified Gravity and Strong Gravity are encouraged to apply. They should have a PhD in physics or a related subject area.

Because of the nature of the consolidated grant funding, the position is jointly held between the schools of physics and astronomy and mathematical sciences, the candidate will therefore have a unique opportunity to interact and collaborate with members of both schools.

This full-time post will be offered on a fixed-term contract until 30 September 2020. Job share arrangements may be considered.

Candidates are asked to attach a research proposal to their application along their CV.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Ed Copeland, tel: 0115 9515164 or email ed.copeland[AT]nottingham.ac.uk. Please note that applications sent directly to this email address will not be accepted.

Our University has always been a supportive, inclusive, caring and positive community. We warmly welcome those of different cultures, ethnicities and beliefs – indeed this very diversity is vital to our success, it is fundamental to our values and enriches life on campus. We welcome applications from UK, Europe and from across the globe. For more information on the support we offer our international colleagues, visit
https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/applyingfromoverseas/index2.aspx

Postdoctoral position in relativistic astrophysics at Paris Observatory, France

Applications are solicited for a post-doctoral position at Paris Observatory/LESIA in collaboration with LUTh, IAP to work on the detection of the pericenter shift of the star S2 at the Galactic Center and on the detection of a potential extended mass around the super-massive black hole. The offer is for one year, renewable for a second year on the basis of satisfactory performance. The contract should start in fall 2019, an earlier start can be considered.

GRAVITY has produced unprecedented results on the Galactic Center comprising the first ever direct detection of gravitational redshift around a super-massive black hole and the direct constrain of the size of a black hole down to a scale of 3.5 Schwarzschild radii. One of the next goals of the GRAVITY collaboration is the detection of the pericenter shift of S2 for a new test of general relativity and to explore invisible matter at the scale of the orbit and, later, the measurement of the spin of Sgr A*.

The goals of the offer are (1) to build a Kerr metric perturbed by an extended mass component, (2) to test the orbit of S2 against this metrics and detect its relativistic pericenter advance, (3) to constrain the extended mass in the black hole vicinity, (4) to prepare for the measurement of the spin of Sgr A* with the orbit of S2. The PDRA will participate to observation campaigns and data reduction/analysis. Check the link at the LESIA website (given below) for a more detailed description.

Applications are open to candidates of any nationality.

Candidates should provide:
a CV;
a letter of motivation;
a complete list of publications and a separate list of first-author publications;
the PhD certificate or, if not yet earned, the date of defense;
two reference letters.

Applications must be submitted electronically to guy.perrin[AT]obspm.fr.

Postdoctoral position in numerical relativity at Rhodes University, South Africa

The appointment is for up to two years with a starting date as soon as possible and a salary of R220 000 per year, to work on a project “Cauchy Characteristic Matching, and Other Uses of the Characteristic Method in Numerical Relativity”. In particular, we are seeking to further develop our matching code, which uses the Cactus framework with a BSSN code in the interior and a characteristic code in the exterior. The faculty members involved in this project are
Nigel Bishop – see https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?user=m8CpFJkAAAAJ&hl=en
Denis Pollney – see https://scholar.google.co.za/citations?user=lOK_rucAAAAJ&hl=en
Chris Stevens – see https://www.ru.ac.za/mathematics/people/staff/chrisstevens/
Background information about the Department and the University can be found at https://www.ru.ac.za/mathematics/

Please apply via e-mail attaching a single PDF file that contains a letter of application, and a CV with a list of publications and a statement of accomplished research. The application should include the date of award of the PhD degree; and if not yet formally awarded, please explain your current status and the expected date of formal award of the degree. Please also arrange for 2 letters of recommendation to be sent in support of the application. All these items should be emailed to n.bishop[at]ru.ac.za with subject “Postdoc Application – Candidate name”.

This is a re-announcement of the position, and applications will be considered until the position is filled.

ICG postdoctoral research fellow, Portsmouth, UK

Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation, University of Portsmouth
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Employment type: Fixed-term (12 months)
Salary: GBP: 35,211 – 38,460 per annum
Post number: ZZ005407
Closing date: 16 July 2019

We announce a one-year postdoctoral research fellowship at the Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation (ICG) at the University of Portsmouth aimed at promising early-career researchers in cosmology. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in research, complementing and extending the existing ICG research interests and expertise. During the fellowship, they will have the opportunity to develop their own programme of research and innovation, and help attract external funding to the ICG.

The ICG consists of 14 academic staff, 18 postdoctoral researchers and 29 PhD students, with an active international visitors programme. Portsmouth is a member of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS-IV) and Dark Energy Survey and the Large Synpotic Survey Telescope (LSST) with involvement in the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) and other major international collaborations, including ESA’s Euclid satellite mission and the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). The University of Portsmouth is a member of the South-East Physics Network (SEPnet) and hosts the 3704-core SCIAMA supercomputer. More information is available at http://www.icg.port.ac.uk/

We welcome applications from all qualified applicants, but applications are particularly encouraged from traditionally under-represented groups in science. The University of Portsmouth and the ICG hold Athena SWAN bronze awards which show a commitment to introduce organisational and cultural practices that promote diversity and equality and create a better working environment for women and men.

Applications (application form, CV, publication list and research proposal for the fellowship) should be submitted via the online application system by the closing date. Applicants should also arrange for up to three reference letters to be sent by email to icg-admin[AT]port.ac.uk, to arrive by the same date. We expect the fellowship to start 1st October 2019 or as close to that date as feasible.

To find out more about the University of Portsmouth and this role, visit https://port.engageats.co.uk and apply on-line.

All applications for this position will be processed and conducted in compliance with UK legislation relevant at that time.

The University of Portsmouth is an equal opportunities employer, fully committed to creating and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and communities.

Nottingham Research and Anne McLaren Fellowships, Nottingham, UK

Applications are invited for Nottingham Research and Anne McLaren Fellowships in the School of Mathematical Sciences. Our fellowships provide 3 years of independent research funding, and are linked to a permanent academic position. More information about the fellowship scheme can be found here (use other link to apply):

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/research/researchwithus/fellowships/nottingham/index.aspx

All queries regarding eligibility/details of the scheme should be directed to fellowships[AT]nottingham.ac.uk. Queries about a research project and its fit with School research priorities should be sent to Professor Thomas Sotiriou: thomas.sotiriou[AT]nottingham.ac.uk or David Hawker: david.hawker[AT]nottingham.ac.uk.

Applications need to be submitted online though external link.

STFC Rutherford Fellowship, Nottingham, UK

The School of Mathematical Sciences of the University of Nottingham plans to support a candidate for the Ernest Rutherford Fellowship awarded by the STFC. The duration of the fellowship is 5-years and the STFC deadline is September 19th 2019. More information about the fellowship can be found here: http://www.stfc.ac.uk/funding/fellowships/ernest-rutherford-fellowship/

The School of Mathematical Sciences can support only one candidate and we will review applications from interested candidates. Expressions of interest should be sent to Professor Thomas Sotiriou, email: Thomas.Sotiriou[AT]nottingham.ac.uk They should be received before July 15th in order to receive full consideration and should include a full CV (a research statement or proposal is not necessary at this stage).

Successful applicants will be hosted by the Quantum Gravity Group that includes John Barrett, Steffen Gielen, Kirill Krasnov, Jorma Louko, Alex Schenkel, Thomas Sotiriou and Silke Weinfurtner. The current research interests of the group include: alternative theories of gravity, analogue gravity, black holes and compact stars (strong gravity), quantum field theory in curved spacetimes, quantum gravity Research proposals in topics that are complementary to the above are also very welcome.

The group has close ties (including a joint STFC Consolidated Grant) with the Particle Theory Group in the School of Physics and Astronomy, which includes Tasos Avgoustidis, Clare Burrage, Ed Copeland, Anne Green, Adam Moss, Tony Padilla and Paul Saffin.

Candidates who would like to be consider for other national fellowship schemes (e.g. Royal Society University Research Fellowship, EPSRC Early Career, etc.) or the Nottingham Research and Anne McLaren Fellowships are strongly encouraged to mention it in their expression of interest.

Montalcini Fellowship in the University of Trento, Italy

The Laboratory of “Relativistic theory of gravity and cosmology” of the Physics Department of the University of Trento, Italy, encourages suitable candidates to apply for a “Rita Levi Montalcini” fellowship.

The group is composed by Prof. L. Vanzo, Dr. M. Rinaldi, one postdoc, and few PhD students. The research interests span from the physics of black holes to inflation, dark energy, modified gravity, and quantum fields on curved space.

The “Rita Levi Montalcini” is a very competitive program aimed to bring to Italy young researchers, of any nationality, who have worked at least three years outside Italy and have obtained their doctorate between Oct 31st 2012 and Oct 31st 2015.

The online application form allows to choose up to 5 institutions in order of preference. If a candidate is willing to work in our lab, he/she should put Trento as first choice.

The appointed candidates will be enrolled with a three-year tenure track contract that will turn into associate professorship upon satisfactory performance.

To apply, go the url indicated below and click on “Presentazione domande”. A description in English of the Montalcini Fellowship is available here:

https://bandomontalcini.cineca.it/ProgGiovRic/dm241218_869_english_version.pdf

The deadline for online submission is July 18th 2019.

ESA Reserach Fellowships in Space Science, The Netherlands, Spain

The European Space Agency awards several postdoctoral fellowships each year.

The aim of these fellowships is to provide scientists in their early career, holding a PhD or the equivalent degree, with the means of performing research in fields related to the ESA Science Programme.

Areas of research include planetary science, astronomy and astrophysics, solar and solar-terrestrial science, plasma physics and fundamental physics. The fellowships have a duration of two years, with the possible extension to three years, and are tenable at the European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, Netherlands, or at the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) in Villafranca del Castillo, near Madrid, Spain.

Applications are now solicited for fellowships in space science to begin in the fall of 2020. Preference will be given to applications submitted by candidates in an early stage of their career. Candidates not holding a PhD yet are encouraged to apply, but they must provide evidence of receiving their degree before starting the fellowship.

ESA fellows are enrolled in ESA’s Social Security Scheme, which covers medical expenses. A monthly deduction covers these short-term and long-term risks.

The deadline for applications is 1 October 2019.

More information on the ESA Research Fellowship programme in Space Science, on the conditions and eligibility, as well as the application form can retrieved from the fellowship website (see link).

Questions on the scientific aspects of the ESA Fellowship in Space Science not answered in the above pages can be sent by e-mail to the fellowship coordinators, Dr. Oliver Jennrich or Dr. Jan-Uwe Ness
at the address fellowship[AT]cosmos.esa.int

Postdoctoral position in HEPCAT group at the University of Cape Town, South Africa

Postdoctoral Fellowships in the High Energy Physics, Cosmology & Astrophysics Theory (HEPCAT) group at the University of Cape Town, South Africa

The High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Astrophysics Theory group in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Cape Town (UCT) seeks highly qualified postdoctoral candidates to start in 2019. The group has 2 core faculty members – Amanda Weltman and Shajid Haque and associate members include Jeff Murugan, Jon Shock, Julien Larena, Will Horowitz and Kurt van der Heyden.

We will consider all eligible candidates, however the priority research areas will be 21 cm cosmology, FRBs and probing modified gravity theories with gravitational waves.

The successful candidate(s) will have the opportunity to join and work on the Hydrogen Intensity and Real-time Analysis eXperiment (HIRAX), a new radio telescope array currently under construction in South Africa, that has science goals of 21cm cosmology, transients, pulsars, and hydrogen absorbers. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work on a combination of radio hardware design and integration, instrument characterisation, simulations and forecasting, and analysis techniques for large data sets.
The position is for two years with the possibility of extension subject to progress and funding. Starting dates are negotiable and may begin as soon as possible in 2019.

Applicants should please send 1 pdf file including your CV, publications and a brief statement of your research interests, and arrange to have three letters of reference e-mailed to Professor Amanda Weltman – Amanda.weltman[AT]uct.ac.za by 15 July, 2019, for full consideration. The position(s) will remain open until filled. Note that applicants should have obtained their PhD degree in a related field (Physics, Astronomy or Applied Mathematics) within the last five years and may not have held any prior permanent academic posts.
The University of Cape Town: reserves the right to disqualify ineligible, incomplete and/or inappropriate applications, and reserves the right to change the conditions of award, and/or to make no awards at all. UCT is committed to the pursuit of excellence, diversity and redress. Our Employment Equity Policy is available http://www.uct.ac.za/downloads/uct.ac.za/about/policies/eepolicy.pdf

PhD position in the HEPCAT group at the University of Cape Town, South Africa

PhD Fellowships in the High Energy Physics, Cosmology & Astrophysics Theory (HEPCAT) group at the University of Cape Town, South Africa

The High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Astrophysics Theory group in the Department of Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at the University of Cape Town (UCT) seeks highly qualified postdoctoral candidates to start in 2019. The group has 2 core faculty members – Amanda Weltman and Shajid Haque and associate members include Jeff Murugan, Jon Shock, Julien Larena, Will Horowitz and Kurt van der Heyden.

We will consider all eligible candidates, however the priority research areas will be 21 cm cosmology, FRBs, probing modified gravity theories with gravitational waves.

The successful candidate(s) will have the opportunity to join and train on the Hydrogen Intensity and Real-time Analysis eXperiment (HIRAX), a new radio telescope array currently under construction in South Africa, that has science goals of 21cm cosmology, transients, pulsars, and hydrogen absorbers. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to work on a combination of radio hardware design and integration, instrument characterisation, simulations and forecasting, and analysis techniques for large data sets. There are additional opportunities to perform joint work within other group research areas, including amplitudes in astrophysics, machine learning and theoretical cosmology more broadly.

A Masters degree in a related field (physics, astronomy or applied mathematics) is a prerequisite.
Applicants should please send 1 pdf file including your CV, publications if any, academic transcripts and a brief statement of your research interests, and arrange to have three letters of reference e-mailed to Professor Amanda Weltman – Amanda.weltman[AT]uct.ac.za by 15 July, 2019, for full consideration.

The University of Cape Town: reserves the right to disqualify ineligible, incomplete and/or inappropriate applications, and reserves the right to change the conditions of award, and/or to make no awards at all. UCT is committed to the pursuit of excellence, diversity and redress. Our Employment Equity Policy is available
http://www.uct.ac.za/downloads/uct.ac.za/about/policies/eepolicy.pdf

Faculty position in gravitational wave observation, Leuven, Belgium

KU Leuven invites applications for a tenure-track or tenured faculty position to strengthen its gravitational wave research program and to lead its efforts towards the development and scientific exploitation of the next generation of gravitational wave observatories.

The Gravitational Wave Centre at KU Leuven currently includes gravity theorists and astrophysicists, and experimentalists working on the design of instrumentation for gravitational wave observations. In addition, KU Leuven is home to an extensive signal processing, data science and machine learning community.

Tier II Canada Research Chair in multi-messenger astrophysics at Bishop’s University, Sherbrooke, Canada

TIER II CANADA RESEARCH CHAIR IN MULTI-MESSENGER ASTROPHYSICS
Bishop’s University in Sherbrooke, Quebec (www.ubishops.ca) has an opening for a tenure-stream Tier II Canada Research Chair position in multi-messenger astrophysics. The Department of Physics & Astronomy welcomes applications in this broad field, with specialization in one or more of the following areas: gravitational waves, compact objects, cosmology, and gravitational physics; astroparticle physics; radio, optical, and X-ray astronomy; big data and astronomical instrumentation.

The CRC program was created by the Government of Canada to cultivate world-class research and development. The Tier II Chair will be awarded for a five year period, renewable once upon approval from the CRC program. Tier II Chairs are intended for exceptional emerging scholars (i.e., candidates must have been active researchers in their field for fewer than 10 years at the time of nomination). Applicants who completed their highest degree more than 10 years ago (and where career interruptions exist) may have their eligibility for a Tier II CRC assessed through the program’s Tier II justification process. The legitimate impact that leaves (e.g., maternity leave, sick leave) can have on a candidate’s record of research achievement will be taken into careful consideration during the assessment process. Please contact Bishop’s Research Office for eligibility details and consult the CRC Foundation for full program information, including further details on eligibility criteria (http://www.chairs-chaires.gc.ca/program-programme/nomination-mise_en_candidature-eng.aspx).

Applicants for this position should possess a PhD (or equivalent) and have postdoctoral experience and a superior research profile in one of the proposed areas. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to obtain external funding and the potential to emerge as internationally recognized scholars. Teaching duties consist of two (3 credit hours each) semester-length courses per academic year. A strong teaching record is also beneficial. Bilingualism/multilingualism is an asset.

The successful candidate will join a thriving research team comprised of faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate and undergraduate students. Bishop’s commits to building and enhancing an environment that supports outstanding research and creative activity. Astrophysics and Relativity are long-standing research strengths at Bishop’s University and are prominent in its Strategic Research Plan (https://www.ubishops.ca/wp-content/uploads/Strategic-Research-Plan2017-2022-FINAL.pdf).

Bishop’s University welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified members of equity-seeking groups, including women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people with diverse gender identities, and people with disabilities. Members of these groups are encouraged to identify themselves. Although, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents, all qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Bishop’s University implements an equal access employment / program under the Act respecting equal access to employment in public bodies for women, visible minorities, ethnic minority, Aboriginal and disabled people (including the possibility of accommodation during the selection process). Candidates who anticipate needing accomodation for any part of the process may contact Human Resources at HR@ubishops.ca.

Application packages, including a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, statement of research achievements and future objectives, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and the names and contact of at least three referees, must be sent as PDF files to researchoffice[AT]ubishops.ca

Review of the applications will begin on August 30, 2019 and will continue until a nominee is chosen. Ideally, a full application package will be submitted to the CRC program in April 2020. The start date is negotiable.

Ph.D. student positions in quantum cosmology, Warsaw, Poland

Theory Group in National Centre for Nuclear Research invites applications for Ph.D. student positions in gravity and cosmology. The positions are supposed to be filled after 1st of October 2019 and last for up to 4 years. The positions are funded by the National Science Centre, Poland with decision 2018/30/E/ST2/00370. The successful candidates will work in the area of classical and quantum cosmology with emphasis on such aspects as perturbation theory in anisotropic cosmological backgrounds, singularity resolution, semiclassical methods and use of observational data. The goal of the funded project is to develop a novel model explaining the origin of the primordial Universe and its structures. The monthly stipend is 4500PLN (not subject to income tax, a small sum will be deducted to cover health insurance). Necessary resources including some travel funds will be available to the appointees.

The deadline for applications is 31 July 2019. Applications should be submitted via the Doctoral School online application portal https://gs.ncbj.gov.pl. The applicant will need to provide CV, College diploma, College transcripts, a statement of research interests and achievements, and optionally other information that may strengthen his or her application. In the application form one should indicate either “Modelling the Evolution of the Primordial Universe” or “Quantum origin of the primordial structure in the Universe” as the research topic.

For details please visit the Doctoral School webpage http://gradschool.ncbj.gov.pl or contact the PI, dr. Przemyslaw Malkiewicz Przemyslaw.Malkiewicz[at]ncbj.gov.pl.

Post-Doctoral Researcher positions in “Gravity theory and gravitational wave phenomenology”, Rome, Italy

We expect to open multiple Post-Doctoral Researcher positions at various seniority levels to work in the area of strong gravity (theory and phenomenology). The successful candidates will join the “Gravity theory and gravitational wave phenomenology” group at Sapienza University of Rome.

The appointment is for two years, with a net salary (depending on seniority) competitive with international standards. All candidates must hold (or soon be completing) a Ph.D. in Physics. The positions are expected to start by September/October 2020, but earlier start dates (up to Fall 2019) will be considered. Screening of the applications will begin in September 2019 and will continue until the positions are filled.

The research activity of the successful candidate will focus on gravitational-wave modelling and phenomenology, black-hole and neutron-star physics, tests of gravity and of the nature of compact objects, and strong-gravity tests of dark matter. The members of the group are also expected to get involved in other activities such as training of students.

Staff members of the gravity theory group at Sapienza currently include Valeria Ferrari, Leonardo Gualtieri, Andrea Maselli, and Paolo Pani, as well as Marie Curie Fellow Richard Brito, postdoc Swetha Bhagwat, five PhD students, and several master students. The group is involved in the COST Actions “CA 16104 Gravitational waves, black holes and fundamental physics (GWverse)” and “CA 16214 The multi-messenger physics and astrophysics of neutron stars (PHAROS)”. It is part of the “Amaldi Research Center for gravitational physics and astrophysics” at Sapienza, of the RISE H2020-MC network “Strong gravity and high-energy physics (StronGrHEP)” and of the INFN Specific Initiative TEONGRAV – Gravitational Wave Sources. Members of the group are also part of the LISA Consortium, the GWIC-3G Science Case Team, and eXTP Science Team. The group has also strong connections with other local groups at Sapienza, with the gravity groups in Lisbon (IST), Johns Hopkins University, Tubingen, Nottingham, Baleares, Cambridge, Aveiro, SISSA, Milano Bicocca, and King’s College London.

The Department of Physics at Sapienza hosts renowned research groups in several areas of physics and is regularly included among the first 40 Physics & Astronomy institutes in the world according to various rankings.

Sapienza University of Rome values diversity and is committed to equality of opportunity. The selection will be done in agreement with the principles of the European Charter for Researchers, and particular attention will be paid to the gender balance of the group.

These positions are funded by the Italian Ministry of Research (MIUR, PRIN 2017) and by the ERC Starting Grant DarkGRA.

PhD Positions in QFT and GR at Jena/Leipzig, Germany

The new Research Training Group (RTG) 2522 “Strong Dynamics and Criticality in Quantum and Gravitational Systems” jointly hosted at the Institutes for Theoretical Physics at Friedrich Schiller University Jena and at Leipzig University offers 12 PhD positions, available 1 October 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The RTG 2522 offers a structured PhD program on the basis of a research program at the interface of quantum field theory and gravitational theory. Preferably, the candidates should have a strong background in quantum field theory and/or general relativity and corresponding theoretical, mathematical, and computational methods. Participating principal investigators of the RTG include M. Ammon, S. Bernuzzi, B. Bruegmann, D. Cadamuro, H. Gies, S. Hollands, R. Meinel, B. Rosenow, R. Verch, and A. Wipf. More information about the research program of RTG 2522 can be found on the website: http://RTG2522.gitpages.tpi.uni-jena.de/portfolio/, see also https://www.physik.uni-jena.de/tpi (TPI Jena) and http://www.physik.uni-leipzig.de (ITP Leipzig).

Employment conditions: to qualify for the position, applicants must hold a Master’s degree or a Diploma in Physics or Mathematics.

Applicants should submit (preferably via E-mail and as a single PDF document) a curriculum vitae, a brief description of research interests, a transcript of records, a certificate of the master’s degree (or a statement concerning when it is due), and arrange for 1-2 reference letters. Important: In your cover letter, please state your preferences for one or more principal investigators, acting as supervisors for the corresponding PhD projects.

Selected candidates will receive a three-year position according to the German public service salary scale (E13 TV-L 65%). The RTG wants to promote women in science and is particularly looking forward to receiving applications by qualified female candidates. Applications of handicapped people will be given preference in the selection among equivalently qualified competitors.

Correspondence address:
Prof. Dr. Holger Gies, TPI, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Max-Wien-Platz 1, D-07743 Jena, Germany, E-mail: RTG2522[AT]uni-jena.de.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Multi-messenger Astrophysics at RIT, New York

The recent observations of a binary neutron star merger using both gravitational wave interferometers as well as electromagnetic telescopes across the full spectrum have initiated the age of multi-messenger astronomy and astrophysics.

As part of NSF collaborative projects, the RIT’s Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (CCRG) is currently seeking to fill a postdoctoral research position with highly qualified individuals interested pursuing research in the multimessenger analysis and interpretation of neutron star mergers.

We are particularly interested in applicants with expertise in hydrodynamical simulations of binary merger, relativistic outflows, and nucleosynthesis. Expertise in detailed, self-consistent simulations of electromagnetic emission is also highly desired. We are interested in performing “event-based” simulations, using parameters informed by specific LIGO/Virgo detections, and thereby permitting much closer comparison with observables, in order to interpret current and future multi-messenger observations by a wide array of current and future detectors. Successful applicants will work closely with and regularly visit collaborators at the Center for Theoretical Astrophysics (CTA) at Los Alamos National Lab (LANL). Here, they will consult with the experts on nuclear equations of state, r-process nucleosynthesis, atomic opacities and detailed radiative transfer to produce realistic predictions which can be compared with observations. To ensure efficient and productive collaboration, successful applicants
should be prepared to spend significant percentage of time at LANL during the year.

Senior scientists in the CCRG include Manuela Campanelli (Director), Joshua Faber, Carlos Lousto, Richard O’Shaughnessy, Jason Nordhaus, Yosef Zlochower, Sukanya Chakrabarti, John Whelan, and Hans-Peter Bischof, several postdoctoral fellows and Ph.D. students (see http://ccrg.rit.edu/people for an overview on who is or has been at CCRG).

The group is involved in several large collaborations, including the LIGO Scientific Collaboration (LSC), The Einstein Toolkit Consortium (http://einsteintoolkit.org) and a NASA Theoretical and Computational Astrophysics Network (TCAN) devoted to the simulation of neutron star mergers. CCRG researchers have access to several computing cluster facilities at national computing centers such as XSEDE and the NCSA’s Blue Waters Supercomputer (with an allocation of over 160MSUs), as well as a dedicated over 3000-core cluster hosted at the Center. The Center for Theoretical Astrophysics at LANL is directed by Chris Fryer. Subject experts include Chris Fontes, Aimee Hungerford, Joshua Dolence, Wesley Even, Ryan Wollaeger, Matthew Mumpower, Jonas Lippuner, Jonah M. Miller, W. Thomas Vestrand, Przemek Wozniak, and others (see https://ccsweb.lanl.gov/astro/index.html#team). Experts at LANL CTA are involved in various large collaborations, including LIGO and LISA, several gamma-ray astronomy programs, and gravitational-wave counterparts search and follow-up campaigns.

More information about the CCRG is available at http://ccrg.rit.edu/. And about Rochester at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rochester,_New_York

Applications should consist of a cover letter, a brief statement of research interests, a curriculum vitae including publication list, and at least three letters of recommendation. All materials should be sent electronically as soon as possible to: oshaughn[AT]main[dot]rit[dot]edu with a copy to ccrg-postdoc[AT]ccrgweb.rit.edu. For an overview of all job openings at CCRG please go to: http://ccrg.rit.edu/spotlight/jobs.

Enquiries can be addressed to

Richard O’Shaughnessy, oshaughn[AT]mail[dot]rit[dot]edu Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation, School of Mathematical Sciences, and School of Physics and Astronomy, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) 85 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, New York 14623 USA

Review of completed applications will begin as soon as available and will continue until a suitable candidate is found. Starting date can be as early as September, 2019. RIT is committed to equal employment opportunity and affirmative action.

PhD fellowship in the Relativistic Astrophysics Group at the University of Valencia, Spain

The Relativistic Astrophysics group of the University of Valencia (Spain) offers a three-year PhD fellowship funded by the “Programa Santiago Grisolia – Generalitat Valenciana” to carry out research on gravitational-wave astronomy. The candidate is expected to work in the study of gravitational waves from fundamental bosonic fields and exotic compact objects. PhD supervisors will be Drs. Jose Antonio Font and Pablo Cerda-Duran.

Candidates must hold a University Degree in Physics issued by a non-Spanish institution. The degree must have been obtained after January 1st 2015. Foreign degrees/diplomas must be recognised by the Spanish Higher Education system. Good knowledge of either Spanish or English is mandatory. Previous experience on numerical relativity is highly recommended, particularly in the context of the research topic.

Deadline for application: May 20, 2019.

Call details (in Spanish):

https://www.uv.es/uvweb/servicio-recursos-humanos-pas/es/personal-investigacion/convocatorias/investigador-formacion/cpi-19-145-1285931506678/ConvPASInves.html?id=1286075091060

For additional information please contact:

Prof. Jose Antonio Font, j.antonio.font[AT]uv.es