The Engineering Group, has around fifteen engineers and technicians, is responsible for the technical (mechanical, electrical, optical) support of the telescope and its instrumentation (including AO systems), in close collaboration with the Software and Science Groups (all based in Tucson), and the Mountain Operations Group, based in Safford and working on Mt Graham (3200m).
The AD develops and promotes research by providing the vision and direction for growth in cancer basic sciences, and ensures basic science is well integrated across all UACC's established Research Programs.
Structural determination of an integral membrane protein or associated proteins in drug resistance, nutrient transport, hormone transport (can include transcription factors, signaling proteins, accessory proteins).
The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels, contribute to mentoring students, including those from underrepresented backgrounds, and establish active research programs.
State, regional, and national legislative and governmental interfaces to facility system development, integration, and collaboration. Function to enhance standardization and collaboration to encourage efficiencies and quality of care.
This position is expected to maintain an active research program, to participate fully and with distinction in both undergraduate and graduate education, and to carry out their share of advising duties and committee assignments.
The candidate will focus on energy balance and atmospheric escape as well as the interpretation of existing and upcoming observations. In particular, the applicant will participate in the interpretation of ultraviolet observations by the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and preparation for the NASA Colorado Ultraviolet Transit Experiment (CUTE).
Primarily performs design, development and implementation of system control software for telescope primary mirror support systems, large mirror processing equipment, and telescopes and telescope enclosures.