Two positions, a PhD and a post-doctoral position, are open for candidates interested in pursuing experimental planetary science at the Institute of Planetology, University of Münster, Germany. The goal is to perform laboratory-based research in order to understand the role of diurnal temperature variation on the evolution of planetary regolith and on their current physical and compositional nature. Laboratory outputs will be linked to measurements of planetary surfaces done remotely or in situ. The preferred start date is in September but some flexibility exists to accommodate developments of the Covid-19 situation.
More information are available at the following links:
PhD position: http://www.earthworks-jobs.com/planet/wwum20061.html