The CUNY Advanced Science Research Center

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Jobs

A number of positions are available as the Advanced Science Research Center builds, ranging from advanced research scientists to research and laboratory technicians to administrative and technical support staff. Current and upcoming posts are noted below:

Professor & Director – Photonics Initiative (Job ID #14392)

The ASRC seeks a dynamic and innovative scientist with demonstrated leadership and research accomplishments in Photonics to serve as Professor and Director of Photonics. The position will be a tenured faculty member and program administrator. The successful candidate will be expected to engage in teaching and research; oversee the Photonics program; lead researchers in collaborative projects and activities; lead the continued acquisition of external funding; recruit new faculty; and ensure compliance with federal research guidelines and University policies.

Applicants must be accomplished and respected researchers in a Photonics area with a solid record of scholarly activities and possess appropriate credentials for a senior faculty appointment at one of the CUNY colleges. Preference will be given to those whose experimental research focus areas include but are not limited to one or more of the following: nanophotonics, terahertz technology, ultrafast spectroscopy, and plasmonics.

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Electron Microscopy Specialist (Job ID #15137)

Applications are invited for a Electron Microscopy Specialist who will take responsibility for the day-to-day operation, maintenance and management of a new, state-of-the-art FIB-SEM and (S)TEM. Duties include the Experimental research and development using (S)TEM and associated techniques (EDS, electron diffraction, electron energy loss spectroscopy, high resolution imaging) and provision of training of both FIB-SEM and TEM to internal and external users.

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Post Doctorate Research Associate (RF PVN ID RC-1604-001124)

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research associate to work with Dr. Peter Groffman on denitrification in agricultural and forest soils. This position is funded through a cooperative agreement with the USDA and a grant from the National Science Foundation and involves measurements of denitrification and associated microbial and soil variables in sites that are part of the USDA Long Term Agricultural Research network and as part of an ice storm manipulation project at the Hubbard Brook Long Term Ecological Research site in New Hampshire.

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Post Doctorate Research Associate (RC-1605-001173)

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research associate to work with Dr. Peter Groffman on Multi-scale coupled natural human system dynamics of nitrogen in residential landscapes. The position is funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation that addresses how biogeochemical, hydrologic and human behavioral processes interact to control nitrogen exports from residential ecosystems and landscapes. The work will include coordinating a series of field measurements of biogeochemical and hydrological processes and integrative analysis with scientists from other disciplines.

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Post Doctorate Research Associate (RC-1605-001174)

Applications are invited for a post-doctoral research associate to work with Dr. Peter Groffman on Urban ecosystem ecology in New York City. This position would involve participating in the development of several different projects focused on biophysical and social dynamics on nutrient cycling in New York City including urban agriculture, urban forestry, coastal resilience, combined sewer overflows and regional-scale analyses.

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For further inquiries regarding any recruiting matters, including future needs not yet posted here please contact:

Adil Tahir
ASRC Human Resources Manager
212.413.3308
Adil.Tahir@asrc.cuny.edu