Research Associate-1 Position in IIT Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India

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Research Associate-1 Position in IIT Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Designation/Position- Research Associate-1 Position in IIT

Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India invites application for Research Associate-1 Position in IIT from eligible and interested candidates

About- Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur was established in 2008, to foster technology education and research in India. The Institute is committed to technological thought and action to benefit the economic development of India. Scholarship in teaching and learning; Scholarship in research and creative accomplishments; and relevance to Industry are three driving forces for us at IIT Jodhpur. Research Associate-1 Position in IIT

Research/Job Area- In related area (astrophysics of compact stellar objects)

Location- Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur

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Ph.D./MS or equivalent degree or having 3-years of research and teaching experience after ME/M. Tech. with at least one research paper in Science Citation Indexed (SCI) journal in the field of Astrophysics of compact stellar objects.

Desirable Qualification: Research experience in astrophysics of compact stellar objects with quality publications.

Maximum Age35 Years
Age Bar Age will be calculated on the closing date of the online submission of the application. Relaxation in age for the category candidates only would be admissible as per Central Government Rules. Also kindly enclose the Caste Certificate along with the application. 

Job/Position Description- 

Project No.S/SERB/MS/20230016
Project TitleDense matter inside the astrophysical compact objects consistent with gravitational-wave observations
Name of the Project Investigator Dr. Monika Sinha
Duration for initial appointment01 Year
Name of the PostResearch Associate-1
Consolidate PayRs. 47,000/- +  HRA@16%
Job DescriptionResearch in Astrophysics of compact stellar objects
Brief description of ProjectCompact astrophysical objects are unique laboratory to probe matter at super-nuclear density. The project aims to discuss the observational constraints on the equations of state (EoS) of highly dense matter inside the compact objects and hence to narrow down the possible EoSs and the parameter space within limited number of EoSs. The aim is to study all possibilities in light of recent
 astrophysical observations. Our aim is to fix the parameterizations of EoSs making the matter compatible with both the nuclear physics experimental and astrophysical observational data. There are possibilities of more than one family of compact objects. The plan is to explore this possibility with the so far available astrophysical data. In that context the project plan is to study the neutron star matter with inclusion of dark matter and their consequences in the astrophysical observations. One rich area of cultivation is to comprehend the effects of neutrinos in dense matter composition and its consequences on BNS or supernova dynamics. In order to do that it is very crucial to study the hot dense matter. Consequently, the plan is to explore the hot dense matter within newly obtained experimental and observational data. In addition, the different non-radial oscillatory model of star fluid which may generate GWs will be studied.

The post(s) is purely temporary and contractual for a period of 01 Year and extension based on satisfactory performance, but co-terminus with the duration of the project

How to Apply- 

The candidates possessing the requisite qualification and experience should apply through the ONLINE process up to 17 August 2023. The candidates are advised to send a soft copy of the application with all relevant documents to (Please mention the advertisement number in the subject line of the email). No need to send a hard copy.

Last Date for Apply–17 August 2023

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