Two postdoctoral Scholar positions Two 3-year Postdoctoral positions are available to work on modelling outflows from stars (winds) and exoplanets (atmospheric escape). The starting dates of the positions are negotiable, and could be as early as November 2018, but no later than June 2019. Deadline for application submission: 16 September 2018. More info on how to apply here.
These positions are funded by the Irish Research Council Laureate Award 2017/18.
PhD position in my group: A PhD position is available to work on “Stellar winds of M dwarfs: Can red stars host habitable exoplanets?”. The student will work under supervision of Dr Aline Vidotto at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. The project involves the use of 3D state-of-the-art numerical codes to model winds of M dwarfs and assess the wind interaction with orbiting exoplanets. M dwarfs are currently the main targets in searches for potentially-habitable terrestrial exoplanets. The work will make use of magnetic maps derived from observations through the Bcool consortium and through the SPIRou Legacy Survey. Deadline for application submission: 18 March 2018. Preferred start date: 3 Sept 2018.
Trinity College Dublin has launched 40 fully funded PhD positions across a wide variety of disciplines. The 40 Provost’s PhD Project Awards are open to EU and Non-EU candidates and include an annual stipend of €16,000/year for four years. These doctoral awards are generously funded through alumni donations and Trinity’s Commercial Revenue Unit. #ProvostPhD