Postdoctoral Position in Organic Contaminants and Low-Temperature Geochemistry

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University of Texas at San Antonio
Job Description

Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of Texas at San Antonio invites applications for a postdoctoral position for up to three years. Ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience with field-lab-modeling based research in the area of contaminant hydrology and low-temperature geochemistry, as well as, experience of working with advanced instrumentation including (but not limited to) GC-MS, HPLC, LC-MS, FTIR, and ICP-MS. The detailed description of the position can be found at . Review of application will begin on 30th January and continue until the position is filled. Applicants must submit - (1) a letter of application that describes qualifications and background, (2) statements outlining research plans; (3) a curriculum vita, and (4) arrange for three [3] names of references to Saugata Datta ( Questions regarding this position should be directed to, Dr. Saugata Datta ( with whom the postdoctoral research will be conducted.
UTSA is one of the largest public universities in south Texas serving more than 32,000 students with two campuses, a main campus and a downtown campus. Nearby higher education and research institutions include the UT Health Science Center and the Southwest Research Institute. The city of San Antonio, the seventh largest city in the United States, blends cosmopolitan progress with a rich sense of history and tradition, and is the home of the South Texas Geological Society, Edwards Aquifer Authority with members from a range of regulatory agencies, environmental and geotechnical consulting companies, and independent petroleum exploration companies.
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