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2 Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Institute of Space Sciences is offering two junior Postdoctoral Fellowships. The appointments are for 2 years.The fellow is expected to develop her/his independent research and to interact with one or more of the research lines within the Institute.

Application deadline: November 30th, 2022.

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Software engineer(s) for scheduler development

The candidate will join a group developing control software for the operation and control of astronomical instrumentation and telescopes and will be strongly involved in the implementation and future exploitation of the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) observatory.

Deadline: Position open until filled.

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Postdoc position in low-frequency radio astronomy

The successful candidate is expected to contribute to the proposal, carry and analyze radio campaigns targeting exoplanetary systems and cool brown dwarfs, using in particular GMRT, LOFAR and VLA.

Starting date in 2023 (flexible), for a duration of about 2.5 years (also negotiable).

Deadline: December, 31st 2022, but the position will remain open until filled.

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Postdoc position on dynamo and exoplanetary modeling

The successful candidate is expected to contribute to exoplanetary dynamo simulations, long-term evolution models and internal structure studies.

Starting date in 2023 (flexible), for a duration of about 2.5 years (also negotiable).

Deadline: December, 31st 2022, but the position will remain open until filled.

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Postdoctoral Position in Observational Cosmology

The candidate is expected to get involved in the scientific preparation and data exploitation of some of the forefront galaxy surveys in which the group is involved: the ESA Euclid mission, the Dark Energy Survey (DES), the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) and the Rubin Observatory.

Deadline: December 31st. We will accept late applications if the position has not been filled by then.

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PhD fellowships within the Framework of the ‘la Caixa’ Foundation Doctoral INPhINIT

ICE-CSIC is accredited with the Spanish Seal of Excellence Maria de Maeztu and currently offers 10 projects within the INPhINIT program.

Application deadline: January 25th, 2023.

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Postdoc position: Gamma-ray observations, CTA survey preparation, and scientific interface for CTA scheduler development

The candidate will join a group developing control software for the operation and control of astronomical instrumentation and telescopes and strongly involved in the implementation and future exploitation of the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) observatory.

The position will be open until filled and its expected duration is 2 years. A starting date in early 2023 is preferred. Application deadline: January 31st, 2023.

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Postdoc position: The astrophysics of pulsar wind nebulae and related systems

The candidate will join ongoing research on radiative / hydrodynamical models of PWNe, including reverberation, he/she should have good background with C++, Python, and Fortran programming languages. The position will be open until filled and its expected duration is 2 years. A starting date in early 2023 is preferred. Application deadline: January 31st, 2023.

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RF Electronics

The succesful candidate will participate in the design, implementation, validation and use of a new remote sensing equipment to be flown on-board of a drone.

Job reference 'MdM-2022-05'. Rolling until filled.

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Software Engineer

The successful candidate will participate in the design, implementation, validation and documentation of software applied to space missions and science.

Job reference 'MdM-2022-06'. Rolling until filled.

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Simulation of Electromagnetic Scattering

The successful candidate will contribute to the development of a simulator of the process of forward scattering of P-band signals over different types of soil.

Job reference 'MdM-2022-07'. Rolling until filled.

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Postdoc opportunities


If you are looking to continue your research, take a look at the postdoctoral opportunities we offer in our institute.

Juan de la Cierva Fellowship

The objective of the Juan de la Cierva-incorporation grants is to promote the employment of people with a doctorate degree, for a period of three years, in order for them to strengthen the skills acquired during a first stage of postdoctoral training.

Beatriu de Pinós Fellowship

The Beatriu de Pinós programme (posdocBP) focuses on the attraction of post-doctoral research talent. The programme, funded by the Direcció General de Recerca de la Generalitat de Catalunya (General Directorate for Research in the Government of Catalonia) and managed by Agency for Management of University and Research Grants (AGAUR), was launched in 2005.

The goal of the calls in the Beatriu de Pinós programme is to provide individual funding support for the recruitment and incorporation of post-doctoral researchers in the Catalan system of science and technology. Researchers are allowed to freely choose their own research project in any field. Candidate selection is performed through an independent, transparent and competitive evaluation process.

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