POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS (2)
The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory has two immediate postdoctoral positions in the Acoustics Branch of the Aircrew Protection Division. One postdoctoral position is for a recent graduate from a doctoral program in acoustics or closely-related discipline (e.g., physics or engineering with emphasis in acoustics). The second postdoctoral position is for a recent graduate in psychology or hearing science with emphasis in psychoacoustics.
Collaborating in a group of approximately ten scientists, engineers, and technicians, the successful applicants will function as investigators and assist in formulating, conducting, and directing original basic and applied research on non-linear hearing protection and enhancement systems. Experience in detailed programmatic planning, preparation of protocols for specific experiments, conducting original research, and writing technical reports is highly desirable. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, have a Ph.D. in acoustics or in physics or engineering with specialization in acoustics (Position 1) or in psychology or hearing science with emphasis in psychoacoustics (Position 2), be able to fly in civilian and military aircraft (including rotary-wing aircraft), and be able to pass a National Agency Check.
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