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Postdoc in the Detection and Pattern Matching of Past Radiation Impacts 1.0 fte (217146)

07 April 2017


Since its foundation in 1614, the University of Groningen has enjoyed an international reputation as a dynamic and innovative centre of higher education, offering both high-quality teaching and research. Balanced study and career paths across a wide variety of disciplines currently encourage more than 30,000 students and researchers to develop their own individual talents. Amongst the finest research universities in Europe and the top 100 in the world, the University of Groningen is truly an international knowledge hub.

One postdoctoral position is available at the Centre for Isotope Research (CIO) in the Faculty of Sciences and Engineering. The CIO is one of the world’s leading laboratories for isotope-based compositional and chronological studies. The radiocarbon dating unit is the longest-running in the world, started in the 1950s by Hessel de Vries. In 2017, the CIO moved into the brand-new Energy Academy Europe building and the laboratory is currently installing a state-of-the-art MICADAS accelerator mass spectrometer capable of very high-precision radiocarbon more.

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