Caltech’s Keck Institute for Space Studies is accepting applications for a postdoctoral position in the field of planetary science in connection with an ongoing study entitled “New Approaches to Lunar Ice Detection and Mapping” (http://kiss.caltech.edu/workshops/lunar-ice2013/). The objective of the project will be to collect and compare available spacecraft and telescope remote sensing data with the goal of forming a coherent picture of the distribution and nature of lunar ice deposits to help guide future exploration activities. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Planetary Science, Physics, Astronomy or related fields, and have experience working with large multidimensional datasets. The successful applicant will be based at either Caltech campus or the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
For more information about the KISS postdoctoral program, and to apply, see: http://kiss.caltech.edu/fellowships/
To request information on the lunar ice study and postdoctoral
opportunity, contact: Paul Hayne (Paul.O.Hayne@jpl.nasa.gov)