The NASA Astrobiology Institute at the University of Hawaii hosts visiting researchers who will establish collaborations and work with Co-Investigators and post-doctoral students on projects related to its theme: The origin and distribution of water and its connection to life in the universe.
Potential visitors should directly contact appropriate members of the UHNAI team in order to discuss potential collaborations. They are asked to prepare a packet that comprises: (1) a current C.V.; (2) a brief summary of current research; (3) a short description of overlap with one or more team members; and (4) a proposed activity plan for the visit. Applications to work with more than one team member are especially encouraged. This packet should be submitted via email and will be distributed to the team. All of our visitors present a seminar in our astrobiology seminar series.
Visitors will be provided with apartment housing near campus, office space and access to a computer/internet. Housing is in Lincoln Hale, located next to the Manoa campus, and about a 15 minute walk to the Institute for Astronomy. It is possible to share hosting between UH NAI and one of our team-member’s departments, which may be able to provide additional support.