Ucl institute for the Origins and Evolution of the Universe



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UCL Institute for the Origins and Evolution of the Universe
UCL has established a new Institute (www.origins.ucl.ac.uk) to promote world-leading research in topics related to the Origins and Evolution of the Universe. The institute embraces work carried out in four UCL departments – Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy and Space and Climate Physics.
UCL fellows in Origins and Evolution of the Universe.
Four new UCL fellowships have been created at the newly formed Institute. Appointed fellows will undertake research in one of the following areas: Planetary Science, Neutrino Physics, Galaxy Formation and Mathematical Foundations. The successful candidates will have a demonstrated track record in related research and will have the flexibility and commitment to work between research groups and departments. Posts are available immediately and are for a period of 2 years. Details of research areas are shown in the job description.
The salary range is £28,839 to £38,757 with an additional London weighting of £2,781 (if London-based). The appointment grade will be commensurate with accomplishment and experience. Travel and computing support will be provided.
To apply please send a CV, publication list and details of three referees and current salary as well as a completed Personal Details/Equal Opportunities Classification Form to Rachel Youren (ucqsryo@ucl.ac.uk). For further information please contact Prof. Louise Harra (lkh@mssl.ucl.ac.uk) or access our website at http://www.origins.ucl.ac.uk for Job and Person Specifications.
The deadline for applications is 12th December 2008.


UCL studentships in Origins and Evolution of the Universe
UCL has established a new Institute (www.origins.ucl.ac.uk) to promote world-leading research in topics related to the Origins and Evolution of the Universe. The institute embraces work carried out in four UCL departments – Earth Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Astronomy and Space and Climate Physics.
Four new studentships have been created at the newly formed Institute, alongside the fellows described above. The student projects will be in topics which cross the boundaries of traditional groups in planetary science, astrophysics, particle physics and mathematics. For more details access our website at http://www.origins.ucl.ac.uk or e-mail Prof. Louise Harra at lkh@mssl.ucl.ac.uk . The studentships are supported for 3 years with associated travel and computing funds. The studentship places will be filled from February 2009 and a start date that is flexible but as close as possible to October 2009.





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