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Job Advertisement: Closing Date 6th April

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Job Advertisement: Closing Date 6th April

Data Analysis Techniques Research Fellow, Asteroseismology (Ref 58743)
University of Birmingham

Applications are invited to join the Solar and Stellar Physics Group at 
the University of Birmingham as part of its ongoing expansion and 
development.  Members of the group have responsibilities in the European 
Space Agency (ESA) PLATO 2.0 Mission on characterizing exoplanet host 
stars using asteroseismology (stellar oscillations). In order to solve 
the challenges associated with the high-volume, high-bandwidth data that 
will come from the PLATO spacecraft, the group are developing novel data 
techniques based around the automated analysis of timeseries data, 
including the use of advanced machine learning methods.  The successful 
applicant will work primarily with Professor Bill Chaplin and Dr Guy 
Davies as part of the Birmingham PLATO team, to prepare for PLATO and 
also to test and apply the new techniques to existing datasets, e.g. 
from the NASA Kepler, K2 and TESS missions. She/he will develop and 
implement custom algorithms across a range of problems, building 
high-performance machine learning models and developing statistical 
models using probabilistic programming methods. We welcome applications 
from a wide base, including those with experience in data mining and 
algorithm development who may not necessarily have astronomy research 
experience, but who are interested in applying their expertise to 
problems in astronomy.

This post is available from 1 May 2018 for a period of up to 30 months.
For informal inquiries, please contact Professor Bill Chaplin 
([log in to unmask]) or Dr Guy Davies ([log in to unmask])
To apply, search for post 58743 at https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/jobs/

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