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Astronomer/Sub-mm Instrument Scientist

deadline: 30 June 2015

For its Directorate for Science at its Headquarters in Garching near Munich, Germany, ESO is advertising the position of

Astronomer/Sub-mm Instrument Scientist

The Sub-mm Instrument Scientist is an active (sub)millimeter astronomer, primarily responsible for the definition of the scientific capabilities of one or more ALMA upgrade projects. These upgrades vary considerably in scope and could include new receivers, enhancements to digital electronics, enhanced software for data reduction or novel calibration methods. Upgrades are typically developed by external institutes or consortia and the Sub-mm Instrument Scientist will interface with these groups.

For full details and application procedures, see https://recruitment.eso.org/jobs