Postdoc and research scientist positions at International Center for Isotope Effects Research in Nanjing University
International Center for Isotope Effects Research (ICIER) is a cross-discipline and cross-college research center in Nanjing University (NJU). ICIER focuses on frontier researches that explore high dimensional isotope signatures, e.g. triple oxygen and quadruple sulfur, clumped, site-specific, and bonded isotopes, and their applications to diverse science problems. ICIER is equipped with state-of-the-art mass spectrometers and high-performance computing clusters for that focus. The Center will expand to about 20 in the next 5 years. More information about ICIER can be found at https://icier-nju.org/.
We are now recruiting postdocs and research scientists to join us. Once in these positions, you are still eligible to compete globally for Center’s tenure-track or tenured faculty lines.
Current projects include (with no particular order):
Modern- and paleo-atmosphere chemistry
Chemical reaction network and kinetics
Interfacial (e.g. mineral growth and dissolution; evaporation) and enzymatic kinetics
Methane, sulfur, and nitrogen biogeochemistry
Numerical modeling associated with C-O-S-H-N or water cycles in deep Earth history
Mantle geochemistry and planetary processes
Molecular dynamic simulations, machine learning, and DFT calculations
Development of high-resolution mass spectrometry
Please feel free to contact us to discuss potential projects listed or not listed above.
PhD degree or equivalent in geology, atmosphere, oceanography, biology, environment, physics, chemistry, applied mathematics, computer science, or related fields.
Salary and Benefits:
Competitive; being commensurate with experience and qualification.
To apply please submit your CV and a cover letter stating research interests electronically to Dr. Cao Xiaobin at email@example.com.
All inquiries and application information will be considered as strictly confidential. Nanjing University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Nanjing University Xianlin campus, Nanjing, China