Postdoc Position at Naval Research Lab SSC

Stennis Space Center, Mississippi
May 24, 2018
Jun 30, 2018
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Postdoc Position at Naval Research Lab SSC
Marine Bioluminescence

The Naval Research Laboratory at Stennis Space Center, MS (NRLSSC) invites applications for a postdoctoral scientist position to conduct research in lab and field related to marine bioluminescence. The successful candidate will conduct studies that include modeling and measurement of biolum response function of various species under different conditions. Training in marine biology, optical and physical oceanography (particularly those related to microstructure modeling and measurement) is required. Research experience in more than one of the following areas is preferred: cell culturing, bioluminescence theory and measurement, turbulence modeling and measurements, imaging, ocean lidar, and in-situ oceanographic measurements especially ocean optical properties. The candidate is expected to conduct experiments both in lab and at sea, in a team environment, and will benefit from a diverse cutting-edge research portfolio. The candidate is strongly encouraged to develop his/her own research focus to advance his/her professional growth and career, while meeting long term Lab goals.

U.S. citizenship or permanent residency (Green Card) is required. The one year appointment can be extended for a maximum of three years at the lab’s discretion. Detailed requirement and program information (including the yearly stipend level around $79,720, plus travel and relocation) can be found at the official website: NRL is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Inquires about the position should be made directly to:

Dr. “Will” Weilin Hou
Naval Research Laboratory
Stennis Space Center, MS 39529