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[Met-jobs] Exoplanet PhD position 2018

From Paul Palmer <pip@ed.ac.uk>
To <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Mon, 2 Apr 2018 21:05:18 +0100

This advert is forwarded on behalf of colleagues at the University of St Andrews.



Applications are invited for a fully funded, interdisciplinary PhD position at the University of St Andrews Centre for Exoplanet Science

The project will be jointly conducted and supervised at the School of Physics & Astronomy and the School of Earth and Environmental Science

The Centre for Exoplanet Science brings together researchers from different disciplines to find out how planets form in different galactic environments, how their atmospheres evolve, and the relation between the evolutionary history of planets and the emergence of life. We are further interested in the moral, ethical and technical aspects of detecting existent or extinct extra-terrestrial life in distant exosystems, or within our own solar system, and the significance of such a discovery for our societies.


For more details, please see here: 


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Dr habil Christiane Helling
Reader in Physics and Astronomy

Centre for Exoplanet Science (Director)
Scottish Universities Physics Alliance (SUPA) 
School of Physics and Astronomy
University of St Andrews 
North Haugh 
St Andrews, KY16 9SS 
Scotland

Tel.: 0044 1334 46 1666
Fax : 0044 1334 46 3104

email: Christiane.Helling@st-and.ac.uk

Wolken, Primus Publisher
ISBN-10: 3863120108
ISBN-13: 978-3863120108

Attachment: StA-CESPhD2018.pdf
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The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.


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