Our Center is one of the fastest growing computational relativity, gravitational physics and astrophysics research groups in the world. We are always looking forward to attract the best and brightest minds to create a rewarding environment in which intellectual pursuits can prosper.
For postdoctoral positions, applications should consist of a cover letter, a brief statement of research interests, a curriculum vitae including publication list, and at least three letters of recommendation. Applications should also be officially submitted to RIT Career Zone Staff Talent Gateway page. To apply, click on "Staff Positions", then on "Search Openings." In the "Requisition Number" field, enter the number listed below (e.g "1560BR") and click "Search." This should take you directly to CCRG's Postdoc position, where you should be able to officially apply, and upload the required documents. A copy of all material and all letters of references should also be sent to All materials should be sent electronically: ccrg-postdoc[AT]ccrgweb.rit.edu.
- Postdoctoral positions in gravitational wave astronomy [PDF]. Please send you application to the RIT employement site here with REQ. # 1559BR. Please, also send a copy the the applications material and letter of references to: ccrg-postdoc AT ccrgweb.rit.edu. The application deadline is Dec 31, 2016, but review will start soon after completion of files.
- Postdoctoral position in computational astrophysics and general relativistic magnetohydrodynamics [PDF] (deadline Jan 31, 2016). Please send you application to the RIT employement site here with REQ. # 1560BR. Please, also send a copy the the applications material and letter of references to: ccrg-postdoc AT ccrgweb.rit.edu.The application deadline is Dec 31, 2016, but review will start as soon as flees are completed.
- A full time administrative assistant position is expected to be open from Spet. 2016. Contact: mxcsma AT rit DOT edu
- Graduate Student Research Assistant Poisitions: The Rochester Institute of Technology MS/PhD program in Astrophysical Science and Technology (AST) invites applications from students interested in pursuing graduate studies with us. The AST program offers the chance to work with experts in the fields of observational, theoretical and computational astrophysics, detector technology, numerical relativity and gravitational wave astronomy, in a congenial, student-centered atmosphere. As a result of a collaboration with the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, one of the colleges of RIT, we also offer dedicated support for deaf or hard-of-hearing students wishing to pursue graduate studies in the AST program. You can download a brochure on this webpage or you can find more information about our program here. The application deadline is 15 December, 2016. Questions can be sent to astroinfo AT astro.rit.edu.
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