Postdoc environmental stable isotope geochemistry, Universität Wien

The laboratory for Biogeochemistry and Isotope Geochemistry at the Department for Environmental Geosciences of the University of Vienna immediately seeks applicants for a postdoctoral scholar in environmental ‘non-traditional’ stable isotope geochemistry. We are particularly interested to interpret stable isotope variations for the elucidation of environmental processes in close collaboration to our biogeochemistry group and the nano-geoscience group. Topics include (but are not limited to) trace metal pollution in the environment, plant uptake and microbial redox-transformation of pollutants and nutrients, biomineralization and weathering. The appointment (for 6 years) involves the development of research ideas and acquisition of funding, method development and teaching. Completion of a Ph.D. is required. Experiences in clean laboratory procedures and ICP-multicollector mass spectrometry are expected. The group has a clean laboratory and a Nu Plasma II MC-ICPMS as well as labs for experimental and analytical work on environmental chemistry and biogeochemistry. The position is open immediately.
The application of female candidates is strongly encouraged.
Please contact Prof. Stephan Kraemer by phone (+43-1-4277-53463) or e-mail for further information or send applications including curriculum vitae, list of publications, statement of research interests, and contact details of two academic referees to stephan.kraemer[a]univie.ac.at. Evaluations of applicants will start Feb 15. 2015 and continue until the position is filled.

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