Postdoctoral research in Exoplanet and Comparative Planetary Sciences at JPL/Caltech
"The California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Postdoctoral Scholars Program at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) invites applications for a
postdoctoral research position with the Exoplanet and Comparative Planetary Sciences team, and working with scientists in both the JPL Astrophysics &
Space Science and Planetary Science Sections. The goal of this initiative at JPL and Caltech is to build on the existing experience and expertise on
astrophysics and planetary science, to develop deeper connections across these fields to improve our ability to discover, characterize, and understand
exoplanets in their broader context. ...
The deadline to apply is January 23, 2017.
NASA Call for Abstracts: The 68th International Astronautical Congress in Adelaide, Australia
"NASA announces its intent to participate in the 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) and requests that full-time U.S. graduate students attending U.S. universities respond to this 'Call for Abstracts.' The IAC - which is organized by the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA), and the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) - is the largest space-related conference world-wide and selects an average of 1000 scientific papers every year. The upcoming IAC will be held September 25-29, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. NASA's participation in this event is an on-going effort to continue to bridge NASA with the astronautical and space international community.
This 'Call for Abstracts' is a precursor to a subsequent submission of a final paper, which may be presented at the 68th IAC. Student authors are invited to submit an abstract regarding an original, unpublished paper that has not been submitted in any other forum. A NASA technical review panel will select abstracts from those that have been accepted by the IAF. This opportunity is for graduate students majoring in fields related to the IAF research topics. Students may submit technical (oral) presentations and/or posters. Students may submit abstracts that are co-authored with their Principal Investigators. However, the student must be the lead author, and only the student will present at the IAC. Students must be available to travel to the conference to represent NASA and their universities. Students must be U.S. citizens, attending a U.S. university, who plan to enter a career in space science or aeronautics. Pending the availability of funding, graduate students selected by NASA to participate in the IAC will be considered for subsidy funding from NASA.
To request funding assistance from NASA, you must submit your abstract to both NASA (no later than 11:59 PM EST on Monday, February 27, 201) and the IAF (by 11:59:00 CET on Tuesday, February 28, 2017).
View complete details at https://iac.nasaprs.com/iac/home/index.cfm
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