The MTA-ELTE Lendület “Momentum” Milky Way Research Group at the Eotvos Lorand University and Gothard Astrophysical Observatory invites applicants for postdoctoral research fellow position in the field of galactic astronomy, high resolution spectroscopy and abundance analysis of stars.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in astronomy or a related field, and should have demonstrated exceptional research potential in their fields. The successful applicants will work with Szabolcs Mészáros at the Gothard Astrophysical Observatory (Szombathely, Hungary) on public data of the Milky Way Mapper survey part of the 5th phase of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. The research topic includes the observed chemical structure of our Milky Way and theoretical synthetic synthesis and model atmospheres. Experience in abundance analysis of stars is an advantage, but not a requirement.
The initial appointment for Research Fellow is for one year with the possibility of a two-time renewal of two additional years, depending on the research performance and the extension of the MTA-ELTE Lendület “Momentum” Milky Way Research Group.
Interested candidates should submit applications to Szabolcs Mészáros ().
The applications should include: CV, Research Statement (maximum 2 pages), an ADS library link of the list of publications.
All documents should be submitted by the 30th of September for full consideration, the employment will start no later than 1st of January 2022
The Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf is looking for a PhD student (f/m/d) in nuclear astrophysics. The position will be closely linked to the work at the Felsenkeller accelerator. More information can be found in the call for applications.
Application deadline is September 6, the Position will be available from October 1, 2021.
On Monday, 26.07.2021, 15:30 – 16:30 there will be the first „ChETEC-INFRA TNA event“ on Zoom. After a brief presentation outlining TNA in ChETEC-INFRA, a featured TNA facility will be presented. The rest of the session will be devoted to questions and answers. The session will be recorded and published on Youtube.
The session on 26.07.2021 will be devoted to the Felsenkeller underground lab in Dresden, Germany. We plan to have further „TNA day“ sessions in September and October, each featuring a different ChETEC-INFRA infrastructure.
Update (28/7/2021): The event has taken place, slides of the two presentations are available here:
As part of Working Package 7, ChETEC-INFRA co-supports established Nuclear Astrophysics Scientific Schools (Task 7.2). Originally planned for 2020, the 29th edition of the Carpathian Summer School of Physics is now re-scheduled to take place in-person in August 2021 and is open for registrations.
Please refer to the announcement below and the school website for the first circular and additional details.
We announce the 29th edition of the Carpathian Summer School of Physics on Aug. 18-27, 2021, in Sinaia, Romania.
We decided that we have the need and conditions for re-starting the in-person meetings, in particular the schools, involving the direct contact between the generations. The CSSP20 school was postponed from July 2020 due to the coronavirus crisis, and now we are convinced that resilience and courage meet with the improved health conditions in Romania, Europe and many parts of the world.
The five proposals for ChETEC-INFRA’s Transnational Access (TNA) program have been received and will now be evaluated. The first call for proposals closed on May 17, 2021 and four proposals for telescope facilities as well as one proposal for a nuclear laboratory has been received. After a feasibility check by the hosting facilities, proposals will be evaluated by the User Selection Panel (USP) in July 2021, for user time at the facilities between September and November 2021.
Calls for proposals through transnational access are on a three-month cycle. The second call will close on August 17, 2021 for user time in the period of December 2021 to February 2022.
The ChETEC-INFRA project started on May 1. The first kick-off meeting took place virtually on May 4-5.
Invited presentations by representatives of other COST actions – ChETEC, PHAROS, and MW-GAIA – and Advanced Communities – OPTICON, Europlanet and RADIATE – provided details on successfully running community projects in related fields, and offered advise that ChETEC-INFRA as a Starting Community project will benefit from.
Transnational access, as one of the pillars of ChETEC-INFRA, is provided by 13 facilities within the network. Each facility was presented, outlining the available resources, services and requirements. Breakout sessions gave room to starting the individual Work Packages (WPs), including the Joint Research Activities (JRAs) and Networking Activities (NAs).
A total of 124 participants from 23 countries registered for the event. Slides of the presentations can be found on the Indico Page of the meeting.