Postdoc position in Bochum
to work on CTA and VERITAS or Fermi-LAT
The Chair of Multi-Wavelength Astrophysics at the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy is looking for a postdoc (m,f,x) for 2 years, 39,83 hours per week, TVL E13
The Chair Multi-Wavelength Astrophysics is involved in high-energy neutrino detection with the IceCube Observatory, gamma-ray detections with the Fermi Large-Area Space Telescope and the next-generation observatory for very-high-energy gammy rays, The Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA). Within the scope of a third-party-funding project the Chair of Multi-Wavelength Astrophysics has a vacancy for a postdoc position (m/f/d).
- optimization of CTA simulation software
- CTA software pipeline development
- gamma-ray data analysis
- presentation of results within CTA collaboration and at international conferences
- PhD in astroparticle physics (or related field)
- good knowledge of English
- good coding skills (preferentially in python)
- excellent communication and presentation skills
- experience in data analysis
- experience in gamma-ray astronomy is a plus
- willingness to travel
- Challenging and varied tasks with a high degree of personal responsibility
- team-oriented cooperation in a committed, international and appreciative team
- Fair and flexible working hours
- a workplace in the countryside with direct access to the botanical garden of the Ruhr University Bochum
At the request of the applicant (m,f,x), the staff council may be involved in selection interviews. If the position is funded by third-party funds the employee has no teaching obligation.
Contact details for your application:
Vera Nowak, Phone: +49234 32 26710
Travel expenses for interviews cannot be refunded.
For information on the collection of personal data in the application process see: https://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/en/information-collection-personal-data-….
We are looking forward to receiving your application with the specification ANR: 2130 until 31.07.2023, send by e-mail to the following address: email@example.com
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