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Two job offers in tenure-track positions in astrophysics for the Thueringer Landessternwarte in Tautenburg/Germany

The Thüringer Landessternwarte (TLS) is an astronomical research institute operating the observatory of the state of Thuringia located near the university city Jena. The TLS performs research in various fields, ranging from the search for extrasolar planets to the investigation of the radio emission in clusters of galaxies. The TLS operates the 2m Alfred Jensch telescope and an international station of the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR).

Furthermore, it participates in many instrumentation projects, including setting up a new laboratory for developing instrumentation for synoptic observations of the Sun.

The Thüringer Landessternwarte (TLS) in Tautenburg, Germany invites applications for two tenuretrack positions in astronomy and astrophysics.

A special interest of TLS is strengthening its activities in helio- and asteroseismology, investigating the magnetic activity of the Sun and stars, search for exoplanets, and studying the interaction between exo-planets and their host stars. In particular we encourage candidates working in observational astrophysics to apply. Nonetheless, scientists with other interests in astrophysics are invited to apply, too.

Please click here for the job description.

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