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LaserComb Scientist position open at FGG. Deadline 19-APR-2015.

Frequency comb technology is well known but its mode locked laser solution is quite recent. Its application in high precision spectroscopy for astronomy and exoplanet search is developing in TNG-HARPS-N system located in the Roque de Los Muchachos Astrophysical Observatory, La Palma, Canary Islands, SPAIN.

Fundacion Galileo Galileo – INAF, Fundacion Canaria opens the call for a post-doc position of lasercomb scientist, to support and advise the operation teams of LaserComb instruments currently on the mountain.

Applicants are invited to apply in English by sending an email to jobs@tng.iac.es including a motivation letter and a CV (with list of publications), please specify in the subject “ASTROCOMB-TNG”. Closing date for applications is 19 April 2015.

See this document for complete details.