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The successful candidate will be responsible and will overview all activities related to the processing of uves spectra acquired in the context of the Gaia-Eso Survey.
Those activities include: pipeline reduction, radial velocity analysis, quality control, preparation of data releases both to the Gaia-ESO consortium and to ESO.
The candidate will be the contact point of the Gaia-Eso consortium for all issues related to UVES spectra and will coordinate the collaboration with both ESO and the Cambridge Astronomical Survey Unit (CASU) for all the above activities.
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Selection will be done by evaluation of qualification and possibly by oral colloquium
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