Freitag, 30. Januar 2009

Stellenangebot: Post-doc am Institut für Isotopengeologie der ETH Zürich

Postdoctoral research position
in isotope geochemistry at ETH Zürich

We invite applications for a postdoctoral position in the Isotope Geochemistry group at ETH Zürich. The research will be aimed at investigating the earliest stages of planet formation, including (i) the chronology of the accretion and early high-temperature evolution of meteorite parent bodies, (ii) the early differ-entiation of the Moon and long-term evolution of its reservoirs, and (iii) the chro-nology of Earth's early differentiation.

The successful candidates will be expected to conduct their own research and strongly interact within the Isotope Geochemistry group. The Isotope Geochem-istry facility at ETH is one of the best equipped mass spectrometry laboratories worldwide, including state-of-the-art Multicollector-ICP-MS and TIMS, laser ab-lation coupled with ICP-MS, and an extensive noble gas mass spectrometry laboratory.

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. (or equivalent) in geochemistry/cosmochemistry and should have demonstrated outstanding expertise in some of the following areas: mass spectrometry, analytical chemistry, geo- and cosmochronology, cosmochemistry and/or mantle geochemistry. The position can be filled at the earliest convenience, preferably before June 2009. Appointment is initially for one year and is renewable for up to four years.

Applications with a curriculum vitae, publication list, statement of individual re-search interests, and names of up to three potential referees should be sent to Thorsten Kleine: kleine@erdw.ethz.ch. Evaluation of applications will start im-mediately and will continue until the position is filled. To ensure full considera-tion, applications must arrive by March 15th, 2009.
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