[ES_JOBS_NET] 2 Research Post Doc Positions - Department of Chemistry, Kahan Lab, Syracuse University

Christine Wiedinmyer christin at ucar.edu
Wed May 31 08:41:39 MDT 2017


Two postdoctoral positions are available in the Department of Chemistry 
at Syracuse University.

The research will focus on either:
1. microspectroscopy of ice surfaces under atmospherically-relevant 
conditions. Experience in Raman microscopy, optical spectroscopy, and 
instrument design is preferred (knowledge of heterogeneous atmospheric 
reactions is desirable, and experience with analytical techniques, 
instrument maintenance, and field studies is beneficial), or

2. field, chamber, and laboratory studies related to indoor chemistry. 
The successful candidate will operate several instruments in indoor 
locations in Syracuse and other cities to monitor indoor oxidative 
chemistry. Laboratory and chamber experiments will be developed and 
performed to investigate mechanisms to explain the observations 
(experience in gas-phase measurements and field studies is beneficial.)

For consideration, candidates must complete an online confidential brief 
faculty application and attach a CV, application letter, and a list of 
professional references.

Applicants should specify which position they are applying for in their 
application letter. Applicants who meet the required qualifications will 
be considered for both positions if they indicate interest.

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