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The Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) is hiring a scientific collaborator in to participate in the activities of its growing solar physics group. We seek an experienced professional with a scientific background and experience in the field of solar physics and space weather.

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This position is situated within the framework of the STARLAB BRAINbe network financed by BESLPO. The network is a collaboration between the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB - M. Groenewegen), the astronomy department of the ULB (Prof. A. Jorissen, the principal investigator of STARLAB), and the astronomy department of the KULeuven (Prof. C. Waelkens).

One of the three workpackages within STARLAB aims at a better understanding of the mass-loss process in late-type stars, analysing data from the Herschel satellite, and the ALMA interferometer. This workpackage is a collaboration between ROB and KULeuven (Prof. L. Decin).

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The Royal Observatory of Bel- gium (ROB) is hiring a solar physicist with experience in space weather, to participate in the activities of its solar physics group (SIDC). The candidate is expected to manage and promote the scientific exploitation of the PROBA2 mission, and also personally perform independent research.

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The Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) is hiring a scientific collaborator to participate in the activities of its solar physics and space weather group (SIDC). We seek an experienced professional with a scientific background and experience in the field of solar physics and space weather.The candidate is expected to do research and coordinate student work on Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) and use the PROBA2/SW AP telescope to study the on-disc signatures (or absence thereof) of CMEs.

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