When applying, please send a cover letter stating research interests and experience, a CV, and the names and addresses of two references.
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position at the University of Michigan to begin Spring/Summer 2019. The primary research involves the development of ground and space-based magnetometers for the study of the Earth, the Moon and Europa’s space environments and analysis of data for understanding geomagnetic field-aligned-currents, ULF waves, and geophysical remote sensing of Europa’s near and sub-surface environments.
Ph.D. in Space Physics, Space or Electrical Engineering
Sensor development and testing, small-satellite engineering, or data analysis is sought.
The initial appointment will be for two years and the salary commensurate with experience.
For additional information contact Mark Moldwin (firstname.lastname@example.org). Review of materials begins 3/15/19 and continues until the position is filled.
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