NASA Langley Research Centerís
Visiting Fellowship Positions
The NASA Langley Research Centerís Science Directorate is seeking highly qualified Ph.D.
scientists for collaboration in scientific research in one of the following Earth
science research theme areas of the directorate:
- Earthís radiation budget
- Aerosols and clouds
- Climate change modeling
- Atmospheric chemistry
Selected candidates will be offered appointments as Langley Visiting Fellows to
pursue independent research in collaboration with scientists in the directorate.
This solicitation is aimed at university faculty or established researchers at
other institutions interested in sabbatical arrangements and, in exceptional cases,
post-doctoral candidates. Candidates will be selected amongst the above theme areas
of research but awards may not be made in all theme areas in any one year.
Priority will be given to candidates whose skills will help the Directorate in
contributing to Earth Science and Space Science missions recommended by the NRC Studies.
Selection is contingent upon obtaining Langley security clearance and possessing
appropriate visa status to meet requirements for employment.
Initial appointments are expected to be for periods up to one year with terms and
exact start dates negotiable.
For further information on the program, contact Dr. Malcolm Ko
Send your current Curriculum Vitae and the names and email addresses of three
professional references along with a pre-proposals (maximum three pages) that contains
a statement of research interests, expected contributions to NASAís efforts,
and your availability to:
- Ms. Shannon Walker, Program Coordinator
- E3/Science Directorate
- NASA Langley Research Center
- Hampton, VA 23681
- Attn: Langley Visiting Fellows Program
Application is accepted at anytime of the year, and the Directorate will fill positions as appropriate.
Applicants wishing appointments to commence in Fall should apply before April 1.
Applications from women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.