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Postdoc scientist engineer in AstroCeNT

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the particle astrophysics group at Astrocent, a new international Center of Excellence in Particle Astrophysics in Warsaw, Poland (see below for more information).

Successful applicants will be expected to engage in experimental research in in gravitational waves, development of seismic and environmental sensors, as well as in related topics of astronomy and particle physics. We are seeking for applicants that received their PhD in engineering, geology, geophysics, physics or astronomy within the last 5 years. In particular we look for applicants with experience in data acquisition, data analysis or experimental setup. The successful applicant will work in the seismic sensor group led by prof. Bulik. The group is a part of the Virgo collaboration and takes part in the preparation activities for the Einstein Telescope.
Gross monthly salary will be 15,000 PLN (currently about 3,300 Euro, US $3,800) that includes social and health insurance contributions. Take-home, tax-deducted salary will be close to 8,750 PLN (currently nearly 2,000 Euro, US $2,200).
Applications should include:
1) CV,
2) statement of research interests,
3) publication list and a copy of PhD diploma;
4) scan of signed GDPD form (available from https://www.camk.edu.pl/en/about/ochrona-danych-osobowych/#rodocent Project Astrocent documents).

All the material should be sent by email to: office@astrocent.pl. In addition, at least two letters of reference should be sent to the same address.
Application deadline: August 20th 

Complete applications received before July 31st 2019 will receive full consideration; however, applications received after that date will be also considered until the positions are filled.
More information can be obtained from:

Prof. Leszek Roszkowski (leszek.roszkowski@astrocent.pl) or Prof. Tomasz Bulik (tomek.bulik@astrocent.pl)

Astrocent — Science and Technology Center in Particle Astrophysics — has recently been formed following an award of nearly 38 million PLN (nearly 9M Euro, over US $10M) within the framework of the International Research Agendas Programme of Foundation of Polish Science, see https://astrocent.camk.edu.pl/