PhD Position in Observational Extragalactic Astrophysics

Post Date: April 19th 2017

Deadline to Apply: May 31st 2017

Job Category: Pre-doctoral/Graduate Positions

Institution Name:
Institute of Astro- and Particle Physics
University of Innsbruck
Austria

Submission Address for Resumes/CVs:
Attention To: Career Opportunities University Innsbruck

Email Address for Inquiries: francine.marleau@uibk.ac.at

Related URLs:
https://orawww.uibk.ac.at/public/karriereportal.details?asg_id_in=9319

Job Announcement:

A PhD Position is available at the Institute of Astro- and Particle
Physics of the University of Innsbruck.

The PhD project is in the field of observational extragalactic
astrophysics. Experience with data reduction and analysis is highly
desirable.

The PhD position is fully funded for 3 years. The gross salary will be
about 2022.- €/month (14x yearly). Applications should be received by
May 31st 2017 and should be submitted via the Career Opportunities
website of the University of Innsbruck.

Applicants should hold a MSc in Physics, Astronomy/Astrophysics or
related fields. They should send:

- a detailed CV
- a motivation letter
- all master certificates and undergraduate level certificates
including a diploma supplement with a list of courses and grades
- a list of previous scientific experiences and skills
- a synopsis of the diploma/master thesis

Additionally, the candidates are required to provide email addresses
of two experienced scientists willing to provide a letter of
reference.

Included Benefits:

The successful candidate will become employee of the University with
full social security coverage under Austrian national law, and
applicable to additional employee benefits
(http://www.uibk.ac.at/universitaet/zusatzleistungen/). The University
of Innsbruck is an equal opportunity employer. Applications by women
are explicitly encouraged.

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position in Observational Astrophysics / University of Toronto

The Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Toronto invites applications for a tenure-stream faculty appointment in observational astrophysics. The appointment will be at the rank of Assistant Professor and will commence on 1 July 2018.

We seek applicants in any area of observational astrophysics. A program of research in exoplanets is an asset. Applicants must have earned a PhD in a related field at the time of appointment, or shortly thereafter. The successful candidate is expected to establish and lead a dynamic externally funded research program, supervise graduate students, teach undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and engage in university service activities. The selection will be based primarily on the applicant’s excellence in research and teaching. Excellence in research is evidenced primarily by the quality of published papers, output of research or a research pipeline that is at high international levels, as well as the research statement and other documents submitted as part of the application, and strong letters of reference from referees of high standing. The successful candidate for this position is expected to pursue innovative research at the highest international level, and to continue an established record of publishing articles in the leading academic journals in the field. Participation in major international conferences, presenting research at other highly ranked schools and other noteworthy activities in Astronomy and Astrophysics that contribute to the visibility and prominence of the discipline are assets. Evidence for excellence in teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate level, as demonstrated by course evaluations, lecture preparation and delivery, curriculum development, and development of online material/lectures, is required.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The University of Toronto (www.utoronto.ca) offers the opportunity to teach, conduct research, and live in one of the most diverse cities in the world. The Canadian Institute of Astrophysics, the Dunlap Institute and the Centre for Planetary Studies are all part of the graduate department of Astronomy and Astrophysics. Toronto astronomers have access to a wide arrange of observational facilities through national and collaborative programs.

For more information about the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics please visit our homepage at http://www.astro.utoronto.ca.

All application materials should be submitted online. To apply, please visit http://uoft.me/academicopportunities Job Number: 1700389. Submission guidelines can be found at: http://uoft.me/how-to-apply. We recommend combining attached documents into one or two files in PDF/MS Word format. Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae which includes a full list of electronically accessible publications, a research statement, and a teaching portfolio to include a teaching statement and course evaluations. The application deadline is 15 July 2017.

Applicants should also ask at least three referees to send letters (signed and on letterhead) directly to the department via e-mail to: astrochair@astro.utoronto.ca by 15 July 2017. The candidate’s name should appear in the subject line.

Requests for more information can be directed in confidence to astrochair@astro.utoronto.ca.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

As part of your application, you will be asked to complete a brief Diversity Survey. This survey is voluntary. Any information directly related to you is confidential and cannot be accessed by search committees or human resources staff. Results will be aggregated for institutional planning purposes. For more information, please see http://uoft.me/UP.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

ALMA Director

Name: ALMA Director Search Committee
Email address: almasearchcommittee@gmail.com
Affiliation: ALMA

ALMA Director
The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) is the world’s preeminent facility for millimeter and submillimeter-wave astronomy with transformational capabilities to study the origin of galaxies, stars and planets. ALMA consists of 66 antennas located on the Chajnantor plateau, 5000 meters altitude in northern Chile, and equipped with receivers covering atmospheric windows between 30 and 950 GHz.  ALMA is a partnership of ESO (representing its member states), NSF (USA) and NINS (Japan), together with NRC (Canada), MOST and ASIAA (Taiwan), and KASI (Republic of Korea), in cooperation with the Republic of Chile.

ESO, NSF and NINS have each designated an Executive (ESO, AUI/NRAO and NAOJ, respectively), as their legal representatives, to carry out and manage tasks and responsibilities on their behalf. The Joint ALMA Observatory (JAO) in Chile, staffed by the Executives and headed by the ALMA Director, provides the unified management and leadership of ALMA operations and development. The ALMA Board, responsible for governance and oversight and consisting of members representing the parties, Executives and astronomy community, invites applications for the position of ALMA Director.  The successful applicant will be expected to take up the post on 1 April 2018, when the current ALMA Director completes his term.

The responsibilities of the ALMA Director include:
•    Direct the JAO, leading and managing operations in Chile, and working with and          coordinating the Executives’ off-site operations activities
• Prepare and execute an annual budget and long-range plan
• Participate in the promotion of ALMA and its science program
• Report to, and implement the decisions of, the ALMA Board
• Chair the Director’s Council, consisting of representatives of the Executives
• Allocate observing time
• Develop and maintain the vision and overall direction of the ALMA development program

Required experience:
• Extensive management experience at a senior level with a proven record of scientific leadership
• Strong awareness of the major areas of research and future developments in astronomy, emphasizing millimeter and submillimeter wavelengths
• Ability to communicate the scientific vision of the ALMA project to the various funding agencies and to the scientific community
• Sensitivity to the diverse cultures of the partners, with demonstrated excellent negotiation and influencing skills to take account of stakeholder concerns and interests and to promote contact and collaboration with key international partners
• Ability to lead by influence rather than using direct line management authority
• Capable of leading, supervising, coordinating and evaluating staff from diverse cultural backgrounds, while promoting a good team spirit
• Demonstrated flexibility to adapt quickly and resourcefully to shifting priorities and requirements
• Excellent command of the English language is required; knowledge of Spanish is an asset.

The ALMA Director will be employed by either ESO or AUI/NRAO or NAOJ.  Each of these organizations offers attractive remuneration packages including a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, and financial support in relocating families. The duty station is Santiago, Chile, and frequent travel to the ALMA observatory sites, other locations within Chile, and internationally is required.    The Director must be able to function at the altitudes of the observatory and support facility sites (5000-m and 3000-m respectively).

A search committee has been constituted by the ALMA Board to evaluate applications for the ALMA Director position, and to recommend a short list of candidates for Board consideration.  Interested candidates should submit their curriculum vitae, a motivation letter, and the names of three references who may be contacted about the qualifications of the candidate, to the Chair of the search committee Dr. David Silva at almasearchcommittee@gmail.com. The same email address should be used for any questions related to the position.

ESO, AUI/NRAO, and NAOJ are Equal Opportunity Employers. The post is equally open to suitably qualified female and male applicants.

All materials submitted electronically by 31st March 2017 will receive full consideration.

Attaché ou attachée de recherches, Optique adaptative — CONSEIL NATIONAL DE RECHERCHES DU CANADA (CNRC)

CNRC Herzberg, Astronomie et astrophysique — Observatoire fédéral d’astrophysique
5071, chemin West Saanich, Victoria (Colombie-Britannique) V9E 2E7
CANADA
Téléc. : 613-990-1286
Téléphone : 613-949-7685
Courriel : HRQuestionsRH_CG1@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca.

Adresse URL connexe : http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/careers/jobpost.nsf/PostbyCity_F

Renseignements sur CNRC-Herzberg : http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/rd/nsi/index.html

Renseignements sur les employés de CNRC Herzberg, Astronomie et astrophysique et leurs secteurs d’intérêt : http://bit.ly/2aoT8tf

Date d’entrée en fonction proposée : Été 2017

La personne qui occupera le poste d’attaché de recherches travaillera à la réalisation de travaux de recherche en optique adaptative au sein de l’équipe de l’optique adaptative du portefeuille CNRC Herzberg, Astronomie et astrophysique (CNRC Herzberg). Cette équipe participe actuellement à plusieurs projets de portée internationale, dont l’imageur GPI, le Système d’optique adaptative à champ étroit dans l’infrarouge (NFIRAOS) et le tout premier système d’optique adaptative multiconjugué (MCAO) pour le Télescope de trente mètres. L’imageur GPI est opérationnel, mais nécessitera prochainement une mise à niveau, et le projet NFIRAOS est dans sa phase de conception finale. Par ailleurs, cette équipe prend également part à un programme de R-D ambitieux centré sur la détection de front d’onde de pointe et l’optique adaptative à grand champ.

Afin d’appuyer ces activités, l’équipe a mis en place une vaste paillasse de laboratoire (Laboratoire d’optique adaptative), qui comprend actuellement deux bancs optiques. Le premier de ces bancs, le banc MCAO, aussi appelé Simulateur optique NFIRAOS d’Herzberg (HENOS), est un modèle réduit du système NFIRAOS, qui permet de générer et de valider des algorithmes de flux de commandes, des procédures d’étalonnage et des logiciels de post-traitement en vue de leur déploiement dans NFIRAOS. Le banc HENOS comprend aussi des étoiles-guides laser et naturelles simulées, un simulateur de turbulences atmosphériques, deux miroirs déformables, un capteur à front d’onde de type Shack-Hartmann, un autre de type pyramidal ainsi qu’une caméra d’imagerie scientifique. Le second banc, quant à lui, sert exclusivement à l’exploration de nouvelles techniques d’analyse de front d’onde, y compris les capteurs de front d’onde de type pyramidal et des techniques non linéaires, telles que la diversité de phase. On prévoit aussi d’y déployer un troisième banc qui sera consacré à l’imagerie à contraste élevé. Généralement, l’équipe embauche à l’occasion de trois à quatre étudiants diplômés de l’Université de Victoria et d’ailleurs au Canada afin qu’ils puissent réaliser leurs projets de recherche.

La personne au poste d’attaché de recherches est appelée à jouer un rôle important dans l’exploitation du Laboratoire d’optique adaptative en réalisant des travaux de recherche inédits, en cultivant ses compétences et en coordonnant le travail des étudiants diplômés. De plus, elle contribuera aux projets en cours (ex., NFIRAOS) en effectuant des analyses critiques en optique adaptative en vue de faire progresser les travaux de conception.

Pour être admissible à ce concours, vous devez avoir obtenu votre doctorat au cours des cinq dernières années ou être sur le point de l’obtenir. Vous avez jusqu’au 10 février 2017 pour soumettre votre candidature en suivant la démarche décrite à la page http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/careers/jobpost.nsf/PostbyCity_F .

Le CNRC est un employeur qui souscrit au principe de l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi.

Vous pouvez obtenir ces renseignements en français au site Web indiqué ci-dessus.

Post-doctoral position in Interstellar Optical Spectroscopy

Prof. Jan Cami invites applications for a post-doctoral research position in interstellar optical spectroscopy in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration (CPSX) at the University of Western Ontario. The successful applicant will work on the Diffuse Interstellar Band (DIB) problem and lead much of the data analysis efforts to exploit the EDIBLES (ESO DIB Large Exploration Survey) data set, an unprecedented collection of high signal-to-noise and high spectral resolution observations obtained with VLT/UVES. He or she will also have the possibility to participate in other research programs as well as carrying out independent research.

Candidates must have a PhD in astrophysics or related fields, and preferably a background in astronomical spectroscopy and/or data analysis. Expertise in studies of the interstellar medium or in data analysis using advanced statistical methods and/or machine learning techniques would be advantageous.

The initial appointment is for 1 year with the expectation of one or two additional years dependent upon performance and continued funding. The start date is flexible, but preferably no later than the summer of 2017.

Support for research and observing travel as well as publications will be provided.

Applicants should send a cover letter, CV with bibliography, a brief statement of research interests, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be sent directly to Prof. Cami. The position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, complete applications should be received by March 1, 2017. The University of Western Ontario is committed to employment equity.

Applications should be sent via e-mail to jcami@uwo.ca or via mail to:
Jan Cami
Department of Physics and Astronomy, PAB 203
The University of Western Ontario
1151 Richmond Street
London, ON N6A 3K7
Canada

Post-doctoral position in observational IR astronomy

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position in observational infrared astronomy in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at The University of Western Ontario. The successful candidate will pursue projects with Prof. Els Peeters. These projects will be related to studies of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) and dust in various environments, with an emphasis on (galactic and extragalactic) star-forming regions and photodissociation regions (PDRs), and will utilize Spitzer, SOFIA, ground-based and future JWST observations. The successful applicant will be expected to participate in the preparation for the upcoming JWST mission and in the analysis of JWST Early Release Science data.

Candidates must have a PhD in astrophysics or related fields. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong background in IR astronomy and astronomical data reduction. Prior research experience with PAHs and dust is desirable but not required. The appointment is for 2 years with an additional year dependent upon performance and continued funding. The start date is flexible but is expected to be summer 2017.

Applicants should send (preferably electronically) a cover letter, CV, a statement of research interests, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to be send directly to Dr. Peeters by March 1, 2017. The University of Western Ontario is committed to employment equity.

Name: Els Peeters
Email address: epeeters@uwo.ca
Affiliation: University of Western Ontario

104-16-0965_Associé de recherche, Optique adaptative

Attaché ou attachée de recherches, Optique adaptative — CONSEIL NATIONAL DE RECHERCHES DU CANADA (CNRC)
CNRC Herzberg, Astronomie et astrophysique — Observatoire fédéral d’astrophysique
5071, chemin West Saanich, Victoria (Colombie-Britannique) V9E 2E7
CANADA
Téléc. : 613-990-1286
Téléphone : 613-949-7685
Courriel : HRQuestionsRH_CG1@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca.
Adresse URL connexe : http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/careers/jobpost.nsf/PostbyCity_F
Renseignements sur CNRC-Herzberg : http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/eng/rd/nsi/index.html
Renseignements sur les employés de CNRC Herzberg, Astronomie et astrophysique et leurs secteurs d’intérêt : http://bit.ly/2aoT8tf
Date d’entrée en fonction proposée : Été 2017

La personne qui occupera le poste d’attaché de recherches travaillera à la réalisation de travaux de recherche en optique adaptative au sein de l’équipe de l’optique adaptative du portefeuille CNRC Herzberg, Astronomie et astrophysique (CNRC Herzberg). Cette équipe participe actuellement à plusieurs projets de portée internationale, dont l’imageur GPI, le Système d’optique adaptative à champ étroit dans l’infrarouge (NFIRAOS) et le tout premier système d’optique adaptative multiconjugué (MCAO) pour le Télescope de trente mètres. L’imageur GPI est opérationnel, mais nécessitera prochainement une mise à niveau, et le projet NFIRAOS est dans sa phase de conception finale. Par ailleurs, cette équipe prend également part à un programme de R-D ambitieux centré sur la détection de front d’onde de pointe et l’optique adaptative à grand champ.
Afin d’appuyer ces activités, l’équipe a mis en place une vaste paillasse de laboratoire (Laboratoire d’optique adaptative), qui comprend actuellement deux bancs optiques. Le premier de ces bancs, le banc MCAO, aussi appelé Simulateur optique NFIRAOS d’Herzberg (HENOS), est un modèle réduit du système NFIRAOS, qui permet de générer et de valider des algorithmes de flux de commandes, des procédures d’étalonnage et des logiciels de post-traitement en vue de leur déploiement dans NFIRAOS. Le banc HENOS comprend aussi des étoiles-guides laser et naturelles simulées, un simulateur de turbulences atmosphériques, deux miroirs déformables, un capteur à front d’onde de type Shack-Hartmann, un autre de type pyramidal ainsi qu’une caméra d’imagerie scientifique. Le second banc, quant à lui, sert exclusivement à l’exploration de nouvelles techniques d’analyse de front d’onde, y compris les capteurs de front d’onde de type pyramidal et des techniques non linéaires, telles que la diversité de phase. On prévoit aussi d’y déployer un troisième banc qui sera consacré à l’imagerie à contraste élevé. Généralement, l’équipe embauche à l’occasion de trois à quatre étudiants diplômés de l’Université de Victoria et d’ailleurs au Canada afin qu’ils puissent réaliser leurs projets de recherche.
La personne au poste d’attaché de recherches est appelée à jouer un rôle important dans l’exploitation du Laboratoire d’optique adaptative en réalisant des travaux de recherche inédits, en cultivant ses compétences et en coordonnant le travail des étudiants diplômés. De plus, elle contribuera aux projets en cours (ex., NFIRAOS) en effectuant des analyses critiques en optique adaptative en vue de faire progresser les travaux de conception.
Pour être admissible à ce concours, vous devez avoir obtenu votre doctorat au cours des cinq dernières années ou être sur le point de l’obtenir. Vous avez jusqu’au 10 février 2017 pour soumettre votre candidature en suivant la démarche décrite à la page http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/careers/jobpost.nsf/PostbyCity_F .

Le CNRC est un employeur qui souscrit au principe de l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi.
Vous pouvez obtenir ces renseignements en français au site Web indiqué ci-dessus.

Tenure-track position in Astrophysics and Particle Astrophysics at Queen’s University

The Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications for a Tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor with specialization in astrophysics and particle astrophysics. The expected starting date for the position is July 1, 2017. The successful candidate will be an outstanding scientist who will establish an excellent research program and contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching and supervision. In exceptional cases, candidates above the level of Assistant Professor may be considered.

Queen’s University is one of Canada’s leading research-intensive universities. The Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy at Queen’s University has 28 Faculty members working in the areas of astronomy and astrophysics, condensed matter physics and optics, engineering and applied physics, and particle astrophysics. We are located in historic Kingston on the shores of Lake Ontario. Kingston’s residents enjoy an outstanding quality of life with a wide range of cultural, recreational, and creative opportunities.

Queen’s is playing a lead role in the establishment of the Canadian Particle Astrophysics Research Centre (CPARC), an ambitious new program funded by the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF). A major goal of CPARC includes building a powerful research team contributing to the many diverse requirements of a world-leading particle astrophysics research program. This includes the development of particle astrophysics experiments and theory, observational and theoretical astrophysics, detector design, and the development of tools and techniques for calibration, material screening and low level radio-purification. To achieve this, CPARC aims to benefit from and strengthen cross-disciplinary expertise at Queen’s between Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy (particle astrophysics and detector development), Chemistry (radio-analytical chemistry), Geological Sciences (Facility for Isotopic Research) and Mechanical and Materials Engineering (Reactor Materials Testing
Laboratory). The University anticipates hiring seven faculty members associated with CPARC, in addition to a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair (CRC) particle astrophysics theorist, to complement its current team of research scientists, engineers, technicians, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students. An additional seven faculty hires are being strategically targeted at collaborating institutions across Canada to significantly enhance this world-renowned particle astrophysics program. For further information please see www.cparc.ca.

Please go to

http://www.queensu.ca/physics/employment-tenure-track-position-astrophysics-and-particle-astrophysics

to view the full job ad and for instructions on how to apply.

TENURE-TRACK, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION AT SAINT MARY’S

The Department of Astronomy and Physics at Saint Mary’s University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Astronomy and Astrophysics. The anticipated start date is July 1st, 2017. The Department is particularly interested in applicants in the area of computational astrophysics but candidates from other areas of astronomy and astrophysics are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will possess a Ph.D. in a related field and the ability to develop and maintain an innovative, externally-funded research program, and supervise graduate students. The successful candidate will be committed to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and will be expected to play an active service role at the University.

Saint Mary’s University identifies astronomy, computational sciences, and subatomic physics collectively as one of its five major research themes. The Department of Astronomy and Physics is the centre for astronomy research in Atlantic Canada, and consists of ten full-time faculty members, all with active research efforts in observational astronomy, theoretical and computational astrophysics, and experimental subatomic physics. Additionally, the University hosts the Institute for Computational Astrophysics (ICA), an institute focused on promoting computational astrophysics in the broadest possible terms, including the tackling of complex astrophysical phenomena through numerical simulation and advancing discoveries utilizing “big data” from large multinational observational facilities. Observational astronomers in the Department are eligible for Canadian time on observatories including Gemini, CFHT, ALMA, Astrosat, and JCMT as well as JWST and TMT while ICA members are active users of Compute Canada HPC facilities. Our subatomic physicists are frequent users of TRIUMF, Jefferson Lab, GSI, and other world facilities. The Department offers B.Sc. Major and Honours programs in Astrophysics and in Physics, and faculty members supervise graduate students in M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs in Astronomy and in Applied Science. For a more complete account of Department activities, please see http://www.ap.smu.ca.

Saint Mary’s is located in the historic port city of Halifax, Nova Scotia, a vibrant, urban community of over 350,000 people that is a major educational and economic centre for Atlantic Canada and is home to five universities. The city is conveniently located close to recreational areas and major urban centres in Canada and the northeastern United States. A public university with over 7,000 students, Saint Mary’s offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The University has gone through significant renewal in the past decade and has over 250 full-time faculty involved in innovative teaching, research, and service. For more information about the University and the Faculty of Science, please see http://science.smu.ca/.

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. In keeping with Citizenship and Immigration Canada requirements, all qualified persons are invited to apply; however, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

The search committee will begin reviewing applications on February 1st, 2017. Applications should include a cover letter specifically addressing the applicant’s interest in working at Saint Mary’s University and detailing the applicant’s scholarly research interests; a CV; a research plan; a teaching dossier (including a teaching philosophy statement, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness); and the names and contact information of three references. Please arrange for the three recommendation letters to be sent directly to the address below.

Applications should be sent via email, as a single PDF file to search@ap.smu.ca
or via mail to:
Dr. Marcin Sawicki, Chairperson
Department of Astronomy and Physics
Saint Mary’s University
923 Robie Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3H 3C3

Inquiries may be sent to: search@ap.smu.ca

2017 U of T Programme de recherche d’été de premier cycle en astronomie et en astrophysique

Le Programme d’été de Recherche pour premier cycle Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) en Astronomie et Astrophysique, à l’Université de Toronto est une chance unique offerte aux étudiants pour préparer leur carrière dans le domaine de la recherche scientifique.

Pendant le programme de 16 semaines, les étudiants pourront:

• Acquérir de l’expérience en vue d’une carrière en recherche scientifique, en conduisant un projet relié à la recherche effectuée à l’Université de Toronto (UdeT)
• Collaborer avec des astronomes de l’ UdeT
• Perfectionner leurs compétences informatiques
• Améliorer leurs compétences en matière de communication et rédaction
scientifique
• Mieux connaitre les recherches effectuées à l’UdeT
• Participer aux activités d’information destinées au grand publique

Les étudiants obtenant une bourse du programme travailleront avec des astronomes de l’Institut Dunlap (Dunlap Institute), du Département d’Astronomie et d’Astrophysique (Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics DAA), ou l’Institut Canadien d’Astrophysique Théorique (Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics CITA), selon les intérêts des étudiants, leur choix de superviseur, et leur choix de projet de recherche.

Le programme SURP offre aux étudiants une opportunité unique de travailler dans un
groupe constitué de trois unités ayant des expertises complémentaires en recherche
observationnelle, en instrumentation astronomique (Dunlap), et en astrophysique
théorique (CITA).

Les étudiants recevront une indemnité de stage de $9000 CAD.

Le programme aura lieu du 8 mai au 25 août 2017.

La date limite d’application au programme est le 30 janvier 2017.

Pour plus de détails, merci de visiter les sites:

www.dunlap.utoronto.ca/SURP
www.cita.utoronto.ca/SURP

www.dunlap.utoronto.ca
www.astro.utoronto.ca
www.cita.utoronto.ca