•$63,000 annual salary; relocation expenses; health benefits.
• Applications due August 1 & February 1.
• U.S. citizenship required, but other postdoctoral positions may be available for non-citizens.
We are looking for young researchers who have experience or interest in one of the following areas:
1. Spectroscopy of highly-charged ions in electron beam ion trap (EBIT),
2. Collisional-radiative modeling of high-temperature plasmas
3. High-precision laser spectroscopy on novel atomic states
4. Creation, trapping, and cooling of circular Rydberg atoms,
5. Spectroscopy for astrophysics,
6. Plasma physics of energy-efficient light sources,
7. Atomic structure theory.
For an introduction to our research, see: Atomic Specroscopy Group
John Curry (301-975-2817, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Online info about the application process for U.S. citizens:
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