Postdoctoral position in gravitational wave cosmology at IFT, Madrid

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Sachiko Kuroyanagi
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Affiliation: IFT UAM-CSIC / Nagoya University

Postdoctoral position in gravitational wave cosmology at IFT, Madrid

Post by Sachiko Kuroyanagi » March 29 2022

We invite applications for a postdoctoral research position at the Institute of Theoretical Physics IFT CSIC/UAM in Madrid (Spain) in the field of gravitational wave cosmology. The position is funded by “Atracción de Talento Investigador” grant #2019-T1/TIC-13177 (S. Kuroyanagi) awarded by Comunidad de Madrid.

The successful candidate will work on data analysis to extract cosmological information from gravitational wave observations with Dr. Sachiko Kuroyanagi. Prior experience in gravitational wave data analysis is beneficial but not strictly required.

IFT is a member of the Virgo Collaboration and the LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna) Consortium. We also take part in the activities for the third-generation ground-based observatory Einstein Telescope. Members of the cosmology group active in the field of gravitational waves include Prof. Juan García-Bellido, Dr. Savvas Nesseris, and Dr. Sachiko Kuroyanagi.

Appointments will be for a two-year term starting in the Fall of 2022 or earlier. Applications received by 22 April 2022 will receive full consideration.

In order to apply, please send your CV, list of publications, and a brief statement of past research achievements and future research interests to [Log in to view email] with subject line:

[Application IFT postdoc] Name Surname

Applicants should also arrange for at least two letters of recommendation to be sent at the same address with the same subject line. Due to the relatively short notice, we will accept reference letters even after the deadline. If the delay is expected, make sure to write the names of the referees in your application.

IFT is an equal opportunity institution. Applications of female scientists are particularly encouraged.

For more information please contact Dr. Sachiko Kuroyanagi ([Log in to view email]).

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