I'm looking to add up to two postdocs to my group. Particularly of interest
to this list, one of the positions is in low-temperature aqueous mineralogy
and geochemistry. Projects relate to Mars but experience with Earth
environments and/or lab work is highly desirable. Details are at the link
in the announcement below.
Postdoc position(s) in the Ehlmann Earth & Planetary Remote Sensing Lab at
The laboratory of Prof. Bethany Ehlmann plans to hire 1-2 postdocs in (1)
Remote Sensing and Remote Compositional Analysis and (2) Aqueous
Geochemistry/Mineralogy of Mars. Our lab employs a variety of techniques
from geosciences and remote sensing to unravel the composition and history
of planetary surfaces as well as advance tools for remote sensing (
We are seeking expressions of interest via a 1-2 page cover letter with CV.
A start date is negotiable in 2021. Ehlmann lab postdocs work on the lab's
existing projects for the majority of their time but also have freedom to
pursue a portion of their research fully independently.
Review will begin March 1. For more details on the positions, see
Dr. Bethany L. Ehlmann
Professor of Planetary Science
Division of Geological & Planetary Sciences, California Institute of
Caltech office: +1 626.395.6720
fax: +1 626.585.1917
Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences
1200 E. California Blvd., MC150-21
Pasadena, California, 91125 USA