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Exoplanets PhD positions in Geneva

The exoplanet team of the University of Geneva has an opening for two PhD positions to work on detection and characterization of exoplanets through high-precision radial velocity measurements. Focusing on the low-mass range of exoplanets and using the high-precision spectrographs CORALIE, HARPS, HARPS-N, ESPRESSO, and NIRPS, Geneva exoplanets team is strongly involved in blind radial-velocity surveys as well as in the follow-up of transiting […]

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PhD position: Geochemical and isotopic investigations of interplanetary dust particles and micrometeorites

The Isotope Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry group (www.isotope.ethz.ch) is a vibrant, international group within the Institute of Geochemistry and Petrology, Department of Earth Sciences. We use chemical and isotopic techniques to understand natural processes on a range of temporal and spatial scales. This includes the formation of the solar system and its planets as well as […]

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PhD Position in Noble Gas Cosmochemistry

The Isotope Geochemistry Group of the Institute for Geochemistry and Petrology at the Department of Earth Sciences is offerering a PhD Position in Noble Gas Cosmochemistry. The PhD project includes cosmochemical investigations to evaluate the origin, distribution and composition of the volatile elements in the solar system. The work will focus on noble gases and their carriers in […]

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2 Postdoctoral Associate positions on exoplanet atmospheres

Applications are invited for 2 Postdoctocal Assosiate positions at the University of Geneva (Department of Astronomy) working with Dr. Monika Lendl on exoplanet atmospheres as part of her SNF Eccellenza research group. Position 1 is focused on studying exoplanet atmospheres using space-based photometric data, obtained primarily by the CHEOPS (Characterizing Exoplanets Satellite) mission. The University […]

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PhD position – study the atmospheres of exoplanets

An SNSF funded PhD position (4 years duration) is available to study the atmospheres of exoplanets under the guidance of Dr. Graham K.H. Lee at the Center for Space and Habitability (CSH), University of Bern in Switzerland. With the onset of launch of JWST, astronomers are set to revolutionise our understanding of exoplanet atmospheres. Motivated […]

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