To interested parties:
I am looking for postdoctoral researcher to join my group in the next year to
work on cosmochemistry related research in the general conduct independent
research in the general area of sulfur isotope cosmochemistry. The successful
researcher will work closely with me and members of my research group and will
have direct access to facilities associated with the stable isotope laboratory
and the geochemistry laboratories in the Department of Geology at the
University of Maryland. The web address is
http://www.geol.umd.edu/facilities/SIL/index.html. Work in our research group
focuses on sulfur isotope studies of extraterrestrial materials including lunar
samples, carbonaceous chondrites, and achondrites as well as photochemical
investigations of isotopic fractionation effects that are relevant to these
materials. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact me directly
([log in to unmask]) for further information and to discuss research
interests and expectations.
The University of Maryland facilities house a variety of state-of-the art
instruments (http://www.geol.umd.edu/pages/labs.htm) and hosts an active group
of cosmochemistry researchers. The University of Maryland is located within
the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and strong ties also exist with local
institutes and government laboratories. UM is an affirmative action/equal
employment opportunity employer.
For best consideration, applications should be submitted electronically to
[log in to unmask], and entitled: Cosmochemistry Postdoctoral Search.
Applicants should provide a statement describing their research and technical
experience, a current curriculum vita and the names and contact information for
three referees. The search will start immediately, and continue until filled.
Note also that I will temporarily be out of e-mail contact (until the end of
July) so replies to queries will be at that time. I intend to start
considering candidates as applications arrive.
Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
Department of Geology (building 237)
University of Maryland College Park
College Park Maryland 20742