Astrophysics Jobs Rumor Mill - Postdoc & Term
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Postdoc or term positions
|Place/Institution (alphabetical)||People (in boldface if accepted)|
|National Observatory of Athens (IAASARS), 2-yr postdoc in IR ex-gal w/Xilouris-Charmandaris (ad)||Due Oct. 1st 2014, or until position filled.|
|JPL/Caltech, Fellowship-level position in Exoplanet and Comparative Planetary Science (ad)||Due Nov. 1, 2014. There will be an option of a near-immediate start after selection and mutual agreement.|
|University College London (weak lensing ad)||Due Sep. 30th 2014,|
|University of Pennsylvania (exoplanets w/Blake ad)||Due Nov. 21, 2014|