Building the Mid-Infrared Inventory for the Orion Hot Core
Understanding Cosmic Ray Transport in Dense Environments
Revisiting Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Emission in Photodissociation Regions
Binding Energy: a Fundamental Parameter to Formulate Interstellar Chemistry
Millimeter/submillimeter Spectroscopy of the Potentially Important Interstellar Molecule, 2-chloroethanol
Interstellar Icy Mantle Formation in Molecular Clouds
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Postdoctoral Position in the Group of Yuri Aikawa at the University of Tokyo
Postdoctoral Position in the Group of Toshiyuki Takayanagi at Saitama University
One postdoctoral position is available in the group of Toshiyuki Takayanagi at Department of Chemistry, Saitama University in Japan. The group focuses on physical/chemical processes in the star/planet formation. A successful candidate is expected to carry out numerical calculations of potential energy surfaces and reaction dynamics of both gas-phase and grain-surface reactions relevant to astrochemistry in collaboration with the grant group. The candidates must have fundamental knowledge on quantum chemistry and interests in astrochemistry. The candidates with research experience in potential energy surface development are particularly welcome. The candidate should have finished his/her doctoral thesis before taking up the position. Japanese language skill is not required. The position is initially for one year with the annual extension depending on performance, up until March 31, 2025. Inquiries about the position can be made to Toshiyuki Takayanagi (tako[at]mail.saitama-u.ac.jp * Replace [at] with @). The position is open from January 2022, but the exact starting date is flexible.