The Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur (OCA), located in Nice, France, invites applications for a three-year PhD student position in computational astrophysics and cosmology. The successful candidate would carry out research together with Prof. Oliver Hahn in the context of the project “Astrophysics for the Dark Universe: Cosmological simulations in the context of dark matter and dark energy research” financed by the European Research Council.
The position will be available from fall 2017. A PhD at OCA takes three years. Salary is set by french law and benefits include health care and social security. No teaching duties are associated with this position.
To apply for this position, please send your application, consisting of a cover letter, full curriculum vitae, as well as a brief statement of both past research achievements and future research interests to
. Please also arrange for one to two letters of recommendation to be sent to this address. There is no formal due date for applications to this position. Submissions will be considered until the position is filled. Informal inquiries related to this position can be addressed to Prof. Oliver Hahn (oliver.hahn AT oca.eu).