New Postdoctoral Fellowship Openings at DTM

Carnegie News

Three new DTM postdoctoral fellowship openings have been posted. 

DTM offers a variety of postdoctoral fellowship and associate positions. Fellows and associates engage in a wide range of experiences alongside our staff scientists, like designing specialized experimental devices, participating in seminars and symposia, and gathering and analyzing data. They also become part of an esteemed list of DTM alumni. 


Hunting Planets: Celebrating 20 Years of Exoplanets

Hunting Planets

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first discovery of exoplanets - planets around other sun-like stars - the Carnegie Institution for Science and the NASA Exoplanet Exploration Program are hosting a special program titled "Hunting Planets: Celebrating 20 Years of Exoplanets", on Wednesday, 21 October 2015, from 6:45 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the auditorium at the Carnegie Institution for Science in downtown Washington, D.C.


Myriam Telus Joins the Cosmochemistry and Geochemistry Research Group at DTM as a Postdoctoral Fellow

Myriam Telus

Myriam Telus joins DTM as a postdoctoral fellow from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, where for her dissertation she analyzed the in situ Fe and Ni isotopic composition of chondrules from primitive chondrites in order to constrain the initial abundance of 60Fe (t1/2 = 2.6 Myr) and develop the 60Fe-60Ni system for chronology.


Postdoc Spotlight: Geochemist Marion Garçon

Marion Garcon

Growing up surrounded by the French Alps seems like the perfect backdrop to develop a fascination with Earth’s reliefs that have been forming long before human life existed. Marion Garçon, a DTM Postdoctoral Fellow, was lucky enough to do just that. 



Erika Nesvold Joins the Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Group at DTM as a Postdoctoral Fellow

Erika Nesvold

Erika Nesvold joins DTM as a postdoctoral fellow from the University of Maryland, Baltimore Country (UMBC) where she conducted research on numerical modeling of circumstellar debris disks at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)


Fall 2015 Carnegie Neighborhood Lecture Series Speakers Announced

Carnegie News

Join Carnegie this Fall for another round of talks at our Neighborhood Lecture Series on Carnegie's Broad Branch Road Campus in Washington D.C. 

Scientific speakers will include Erik Hauri, staff scientist at DTM, and Corliss Kin I Sio, postdoctoral fellow at the Geophysical Laboratory. In addition to these two talks, Carnegie Librarian Shaun Hardy will lead a laboratory tour and present a talk on the history of Carnegie's Broad Branch Road campus and the major discoveries made here over the past century. 

Lectures are free, but seating is limited. Click here skip the registration line by signing up online.