Postdoctoral Research Position @ Washington University in St. Louis now accepting applicants: https://jobs.wustl.edu/

Job Title: Postdoctoral Research Associate – Physics – 49129

Come join the NASA SSERVI ICE Five-O team at WashU. We are looking to hire a postdoc to research space-weathering effects in extreme conditions on the Moon and volatile-silicate interactions within the regolith. The successful candidate will work closely with scientists in the Physics and Earth and Planetary Sciences Departments at WashU to study Space weathering and volatile-regolith interactions through experiments and electron microscopy. They will also collaborate with the ICE Five-O team to investigate topics related to volatile evolution and regolith development.

Any questions please contact Jeffrey Gillis-Davis, SSERVI ICE Five-O PI.

Posted by: Soderman/SSERVI Staff
Source: SSERVI ICE Five-O Team

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