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Астрофизический департамент Принстонского Университета объявляет набор в аспирантуру студентов, имеющих степерь бакалавра (или эквивалентную ей). Более подробную информацию (включая адрес для дальнейшего контакта) можно найти в прилагающемся объявлении. Крайний срок подачи документов 31 декабря 2011 года.

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The Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University (USA),
one of the world's leading astrophysics centers, invites applications
for graduate studies in the field of Astrophysics starting in the Fall
2012. Graduate students are expected to take courses in Astrophysics
and related sciences and carry out original research in observational
and/or theoretical astrophysics under the supervision of Princeton
faculty. The deadline for applications is December 31, 2011.

The recent released Survey of US Graduate Programs commissioned by
the US National Academy of Sciences gave its highest rating to the
Princeton University Astrophysics Department essentially positioning
it as #1 Astronomy Department in the US:

http://www.princeton.edu/astro/news-events/news-archive/?id=3761

The department provides financial support through a combination of
fellowships and research and teaching assistantships through the duration of
the graduate program (up to 5 years of study). In addition to the monthly
stipend, there is a travel grant which can be used for travel to conferences,
observing sites, etc.

Department faculty and researchers include Neta Bahcall (large-scale
structure, clusters of galaxies), Gaspar Bakos (observations of
extrasolar planets), Adam Burrows (supernovae, planetary and stellar
atmospheres), Renyue Cen (cosmological simulations), Christopher
Chyba (solar system), Bruce Draine (interstellar dust, interstellar
medium), Jeremy Goodman (dynamics, gamma-ray bursts, accretion disks,
scintillation), J. Richard Gott (cosmology, general relativity),
Jenny Greene (quasars, galactic centers), James Gunn (cosmology,
large-scale structure, astronomical instrumentation), Edward Jenkins
(ultraviolet astronomy, interstellar and intergalactic medium),
Gillian Knapp (stars, brown dwarfs, interstellar medium), Russell
Kulsrud (primordial magnetic fields, plasma physics), Robert Lupton
(data analysis, statistical methods, precision photometry),
Jeremiah P. Ostriker (formation and evolution of galaxies and
large-scale structure), Roman Rafikov (planet formation, planetary
dynamics, high-energy astrophysics), David Spergel (CMB, particle
astrophysics, cosmology, galaxy dynamics, planets), Anatoly Spitkovsky
(neutron stars, plasma astrophysics, pulsars), James Stone (numerical
MHD, star formation), Michael Strauss (large-scale structure,
quasars), and Edwin Turner (gravitational lenses, planets), as well
as 15-20 postdoctoral fellows, and strong research groups in the
Physics Department and at the nearby Institute for Advanced Study.

Observational facilities available to the members of the Department
of Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton include the Apache Point
Observatory, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the Wilkinson Microwave
Anisotropy Probe, the Subaru telescope, and the Atacama Cosmology
Telescope. Members of the department have access to state-of-the-art
supercomputing facilities both on campus
(http://tigress.princeton.edu/) and at national centers.

Detailed information about the Department and its activities can be
found at http://www.princeton.edu/astro/. For details about graduate
life in the Department see http://www.princeton.edu/astro/graduate/.
More information on graduate admission at Princeton and application
forms may be found at

http://www.princeton.edu/gradschool/admission/

If you have further questions specific to the Department you are
encouraged to contact Prof. Roman Rafikov (contact details can be
found on the departmental website).