The LPI are hosting a Virtual Early Planetary Networking Event beginning this Friday April 24th continuing all next week (April 27 - May 1). The purpose of this event is to provide early career students and postdocs the opportunity to highlight their research experience and skill sets for potential employers/advisors.
The URL to attend and the program and will be posted on the LPSC 2020 website.
The University of Bristol is currently accepting applications for the following STFC-funded PhD projects, starting in September 2020:
- "In situ dating of meteoritic olivine" (Supervisors: Professor Tim Elliott and Dr Chris Coath)
- "Comparative planetary seismology across the telluric planets" (Supervisor: Dr Jessica Irving)
- "Titan: exploring planet atmospheres using infra-red spectroscopy" (Supervisor: Dr Nick Teanby)
Application deadline: 1st May 2020.
Further project particulars and application information can be found at:
Note: These funded positions are only available for students fulfilling UK national requirements (either UK nationals, or have been resident in the UK for the last 3 years for a purpose which is not full-time education).
ESA currently has a vacancy for a 4 year position as a Mars/Moon sample scientist at ESA ESTEC (The Netherlands)
For more details follow this link:
In this weeks Cosmic Cast, Dr. Katie Joy gives us an update about this years UK meteorite hunting expedition in Antarctica.
Want to study planetary sciences at Birkbeck College (University of London)? Check out these new PhD projects for a Oct 2020 start:
The February publication digest is out, check it out here:
February 2020 Digest
The January publication digest is out, check it out here:
January 2020 Digest
Got the conference blues after BPSC? Why not pop down to the RAS for this special meeting about Solar System Atmospheres...
More details here: