The Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) at the University of California, Berkeley seeks applications for a full-time (100%) Postdoctoral Scholar in the area of cosmic microwave background (CMB) science. The anticipated start date for the position is between April, 2020 and June, 2020. For more information about the position, including required qualifications application materials, and deadlines, go to: https://aprecruit.berkeley.edu/JPF02533.
For questions, please email Dr. Adrian Lee at Adrian.Lee@berkeley.edu. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected veteran status.
About University of California, Berkeley
The Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) at the University of California, Berkeley:
Built six decades ago, UC Berkeley’s Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) was the realization of NASA’s vision to gather many of the most innovative and dedicated science minds in one place at Berkeley. In the hill above Berkeley, physicists, researchers, biologists, engineers and technicians worked in unison: interacting, learning from one another, leading, challenging and inspiring one another in creating cutting-edge space science instrumentation and conducting top research. Through sixty years of NASA-funded support, their efforts, and those of hundreds of dedicated students and staff, have brought about myriad highlights, such as the space science missions of S3-3, ISEE, Polar, Van Allen Probes, Cluster, IMAGE, THEMIS and MAVEN . All have contributed to new discoveries about the physics of space, and initiated marked new advances in engineering technology. http://ssl.berkeley.edu/
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