SESE is engaged in a very broad research portfolio that encompasses observational, computational, experimental, and theoretical projects. Our research volume, as measured by annual awards, is growing and reached the $15M mark in FY2008. Major funding sources include the National Science Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Energy, and various private companies and foundations. SESE researchers conduct field work on every continent on Earth; they send probes to the Moon, Mars, Venus, Mercury, and Europa; and they employ ground-based and orbiting telescopes to interrogate deep space.
Opportunities to join SESE in Astrobiology, Astrophysics, Cosmology, Earth and Space Education, Geology, Geophysics, Engineering, and Planetary Science are offered from time-to-time as various funding streams become available.
Check out our SESE Postdoctoral Program, designed to prepare students and postdocs to present themselves successfully in whatever career they choose.
SESE Exploration Postdoctoral Fellows (accepting applications)http://activetectonics.asu.edu/teaching/GLG494-ICOG/links.html