The Colorado UV Spectroscopy Program has a job posting out for a new postdoc for either lab work, extragalactic, or Solar System science. It’s a fairly broad opportunity provided they aren’t microwave cosmologists (actually, please encourage them to apply too).
The University of Colorado (CU) Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) is seeking one or more postdoctoral researchers to join the Colorado Ultraviolet Spectroscopy Program (CUSP; https://lasp.colorado.edu/cusp). The CUSP team leads a diverse portfolio of research programs related to UV spectroscopy of astrophysical and Solar System phenomena, with opportunities for successful candidates to be involved in space missions such as the SmallSats SPRITE and MANTIS, cutting-edge sounding rocket instruments, protoflight technology programs, and potentially larger flight projects. While the appointment is initially for one year, the CUSP team encourages professional development through mentorship, internal collaborations, and enabling independent research, providing opportunities for a longer term or career appointment.
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