A Unique Concentration of Postdoctoral TalentApril 01, 2019 / Posted by: Miki Huynh
NPP fellows at Georgia Tech. Top row, left to right: Peter Conlin, Moran Frenkel-Pinter, Andrew Mullen. Bottom row, left to right: Micah Schaible, Nicholas Speller, Nadia Szeinbaum. More information about each postdoc and their research focus is available at the Georgia Tech website.
Excerpted from Georgia Tech:
Among the most coveted postdoctoral appointments are those from the NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP). These fellowships offer early-career researchers “the opportunity to share in NASA’s mission, to reach for new heights, and to reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind,” NPP says.
The Georgia Institute of Technology College of Sciences is the proud host of six NPP fellows advancing NASA’s mission in astrobiology and solar system exploration. The concentration of talent testifies to Georgia Tech’s vibrant astrobiology and space science research communities.
Ph.D. University of Washington
Fitness Decoupling in Transition to Multicellularity
Ph.D. Tel Aviv University
Prebiotic Assembly of Proto-Peptides
Ph.D. University of California, San Diego
Holographic Microscopy for Icy Worlds
Ph.D. University of Virginia
Effects of Electrostatically Charged Dust Grains
Ph.D. Louisiana State University
Ionic Species Analyzer for Icy Moon Europa
Ph.D. Georgia Institute of Technology
Microbial Interactions Leading to Great Oxidation Event
View the full article at Georgia Tech.
Source: [Georgia Tech]
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