University Academic Fellow in Chemistry of Planetary Atmospheres School of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences University of Leeds, UK
This University Academic Fellowship (UAF) is a tenure track equivalent post for future academic leaders which provides an excellent opportunity to establish an academic career at a research intensive University and play a key role in our ambitious plans for the future. You will embark on a structured five year development programme, successful completion of which will lead to your appointment as a grade 9 Associate Professor. The School of Chemistry has an
international reputation in observing, modelling and performing laboratory experiments to understand the Earth’s atmosphere. We are seeking to expand our research and teaching expertise in chemical studies related to the atmospheres of other solar-system bodies and
the atmospheres of extra-solar planets. Our current work in this area includes a laboratory and modelling study of Titan’s organic photo-chemistry and the impacts of cosmic dust in the upper atmospheres of several planets.
Closing Date: Sunday 16 November 2014