Rutgers University (Eligible for social science postdoc only)*

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, has strong connections to the Vera Rubin Observatory LSST, including leadership roles in the Dark Energy Science Collaboration (DESC) and participation in the Galaxies, Strong Lensing, and Transients and Variable Stars Science Collaborations. Fellows will be able to take advantage of local computational and observational resources: Rutgers has a 10% share in the Southern African Large Telescope (SALT) and Rutgers astronomers participate in projects including Advanced ACTPol, HETDEX, large MeerKAT surveys, the Simons Observatory, HST, Chandra, JWST, and the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope. Fellows will be able to select Rutgers faculty as mentors and will have an opportunity to advise graduate and undergraduate researchers. Located 1 hour from New York City and 1.5 hours from Philadelphia, Rutgers offers active collaborations with several other outstanding nearby universities and astrophysics research centers. 

Further information about the Rutgers astrophysics group can be found at Questions can be directed to Saurabh Jha <> or any of the Rutgers astrophysics faculty.

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, offers a comprehensive benefit program. See

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