ISSI Post-Doctoral position
Jaša Čalogović   
Nedjelja, 07 Studeni 2010
The International Space Science Institute is an Institute of Advanced Studies located in Switzerland. Its main task is to contribute to the achievement of a deeper understanding of the results of space research missions, adding value through multi-disciplinary research in an atmosphere of international cooperation. ISSI invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Position for a two-year period starting in February 2011 or by agreement.

The successful candidate shall have received a Ph.D. within the last five years in a field relating to the Space Sciences in general. Applications relating to solar physics, solar system science, planetary science, or to the heliosphere, are particularly welcome.

The successful candidate will participate in the Institute’s research and meetings programme and will work in close contact with the scientific staff of the Institute. He or she may also lead or participate as a member in projects conducted by international teams at ISSI. Thus he or she will be exposed to, and interact with, a numerous and varied community of scientists from throughout the world.

Nationals from ESA Member States shall have priority. Salary and conditions of employment will be similar to those provided by the Swiss National Science Foundation.

Further information may be obtained from the ISSI home page ( and from Prof. Rudolf von Steiger, Director, ph: +41 31 631 48 96, email: Ova email adresa je zaštićena od spam robota, nije vidljiva ako ste isključili Javascript ).

The submission should include a letter of application, the curriculum vitae, the list of publications and the names, addresses and means of contact of three references, not exceeding 7 pages in total. They shall be addressed to ISSI, attn. Prof. R. von Steiger, Hallerstrasse 6, CH-3012 Bern, Switzerland; email: Ova email adresa je zaštićena od spam robota, nije vidljiva ako ste isključili Javascript .

Submissions by email are preferred provided all the documents are in the form of a single PDF file.
All applications must be received by ISSI no later than 15 December 2010.
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