postdoc job openings at the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany)

Two Postdoc Positions in Experimental Nonlinear Optics & Quantum Optics

Two postdoc positions are available in our laser laboratory in the Institute of Applied Physics at the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany), dealing with coherent laser-matter interaction, nonlinear optics, and optical information storage/processing. The positions are available for a duration of 1-3 years, depending on the negotiations with the candidate. We offer attractive projects in a modern state-of-the-art laser laboratory, international co-operations, considerable research funds, lively atmosphere and team spirit, and a competitive salary, i.e. based on German standards for academics.

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Escuela sobre metodos computacionales en astrofísica, en Alemania

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A Two-week School for «Computational Methods in Astrophysics»
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From: Horst Fichtner

Postgraduate School «COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ASTROPHYSICS» within the
European Research Training Network «Solaire» (www.solairenetwork.eu) at the
Ruhr-Universität Bochum (www.rub.de/index_en.htm), Germany, March 3-14, 2008

The two-week school is part of the European Research Training Network Solaire
and will be held at the Ruhr-University Bochum, March 3-14, 2008. Modern
computational methods, particularly the techniques of finite differences and
volumes, particle-in-cell, multigrids and parallel computing will be
explained in detail followed by hands-on exercises (first week) and
applications to astrophysics, with an emphasis on solar physics (second week:
lectures and demos). The second week concentrates on state-of-the-art
computations in solar physics context. Its emphasis will be on recent
applications as well as on algorithmic advances (grid adaptivity, multi-scale
and multi-physics). This will be complemented by two plenary talks from
world-leading experts.

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