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Institution: Colorado School of Mines
Open Until: 2019-10-01

Global & Computational Seismology group at the Department of Geophysics, Colorado School of Mines, is seeking an MSc or a PhD student to work on Mars (as part of the Mars InSight mission) and Earth seismology to advance our understanding of planetary interiors, their dynamics and seismic sources based on 3D numerical simulations of seismic wave propagation.

Qualifications: 

1) B.S. or M.Sc. in geophysics, physics, applied math, or computer sciences. 
2) Self-motivation and enthusiasm in scientific research. 
3) Basic programming skills (Fortran, Python, C++, etc.), interest in computational methods and 
high-performance computing. 
4) Good communication (both oral and written) and interpersonal skills for collaborative work. 

The position is available immediately. To apply for the position please visit the university's application website:

https://www.mines.edu/graduate-admissions/application-process/.

The candidates are strongly suggested to contact Prof. Ebru Bozdag (bozdag<at>mines.edu) to discuss on starting in the fall semester of 2019. 


Institution: University of Washington
Open Until: 2019-05-15

The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) at the University of Washington (UW) is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate (job class code 0148) to address tsunami early warning.

The individual will join a NASA-funded interdisciplinary team that is working on adding GNSS-based algorithms into operational tsunami early warning systems. The researcher will spend at least 50% of their time on early warning activities; the remaining time can be used to explore new collaborations with UW researchers. We are particularly looking for individuals who are familiar with real-time seismology, GNSS geodesy, earthquake source modeling, crustal deformation, or tsunami modeling. Additional relevant skillsets and expertise include, but are not limited to, real-time high-rate GNSS, strong-motion seismology, rupture mechanics, waveform modeling, tsunamigenic earthquakes, visualization, and scientific programming. The position will be affiliated with the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (pnsn.org) and the department of Earth and Space Sciences (www.ess.washington.edu). A Ph.D. or foreign equivalent in geophysics or related field is required at the time of appointment.!
 While the successful candidate will primarily be engaged in research, all University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service. The University of Washington and PNSN promote diversity and inclusivity among our faculty and staff, and seek candidates who are able to fully engage audiences from a wide spectrum of backgrounds.

This is a 12-month, full-time (100% FTE) appointment, renewable for a second year, subject to approval, satisfactory performance, and availability of funding. The position offers salary commensurate with experience and excellent benefits. The start date of the position is flexible; summer to fall 2019 is preferred. Applications will be reviewed starting May 15, 2019.

The University of Washington is located in the greater Seattle metropolitan area, with a dynamic, multicultural community of 3.7 million people and a range of ecosystems from mountains to ocean. The UW serves a diverse population of 80,000 students, faculty and staff, including 25% first-generation college students, over 25% Pell Grant students, and faculty from over 70 countries. The UW is a recipient of a National Science Foundation ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award to increase the advancement of women faculty in science, engineering, and math (see www.engr.washington.edu/advance).

Application instructions:

Applicants are asked to submit electronically: (1) a cover letter, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a research statement which should include a summary of research interests, accomplishments, training and skills, and career objectives, and (4) the names and contact information of three individuals who can serve as references. Applicants must provide proof of the PhD conferral and be within 6 years of receipt of the PhD.

Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should notify Michelle Barr, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, 206-685-2470, or essasst@uw.edu. Applications received prior to May 15, 2019 will receive first consideration. Applications should be sent to: Dr. Brendan Crowell, Research Geodesist, at crowellb@uw.edu. Inquiries regarding this position should be directed to: Dr. Brendan Crowell (crowellb@uw.edu) or Prof. Paul Bodin, PNSN Network Manager (bodin@uw.edu). More information on the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network can be found at https://www.pnsn.org/.

University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion,sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.


Institution: Colorado School of Mines
Open Until: 2019-08-01

The Department of Geophysics at the Colorado School of Mines (Mines) invites applications for a tenured, full professor to head the Department. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Geophysics or a related field, and a proven track record in research and service. Administrative experience and evidence of successful personnel and financial management are highly desirable. Inspiring leadership qualities, enthusiasm, effective interpersonal communication and organizational skills are a must. Successful candidates will have demonstrated high ethical standards and are expected to operate in a transparent and collegial way. Successful candidates should be responsive to the needs of faculty, staff, and students within the Department and have a strong commitment to enhance diversity. Experience teaching and working in an academic environment is highly desired, and experience working in or with industry is a plus.

Successful candidates will work effectively in a collaborative, interdisciplinary environment within the Department, across the Mines campus, and with external partners to:

(1) provide leadership to enhance the mission and activities of the Department by fostering a vision and strategy to strengthen its research and teaching and to enhance collaboration with other programs across campus;
(2) oversee management of the Department, with budgetary responsibilities for strategic, academic, and operational development;
(3) promote and support continued professional growth of faculty and staff, in particular in the area of educational innovation;
(4) facilitate a world-class environment for research in geophysics with active collaborations with academia, industry, and government agencies, including the Subsurface Frontiers Initiative collaboration with the USGS;
(5) administer and lead the renewal of curricula and teaching activities of academic and adjunct faculty;
(6) represent the Department to the university administration, other university units, industry, and to public and private agencies at the local, regional, national, and international levels;
(7) oversee recruitment of world-class faculty, and facilitate professional development, and retention of faculty, staff, and students;
(8) lead fund-raising for departmental activities, budget preparation, and management; and
(9) teach courses, advise graduate students, and maintain a leading international research program.

Successful candidates will be excited to share in our mission to address the challenges of creating a sustainable global society by educating the next generation of engineers and leaders, and by expanding the frontiers of knowledge through research. We are especially interested in candidates with a passion to advance the University’s and Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. Additionally, the Department of Geophysics seeks candidates who will contribute to growing the Department’s research and education focused on society’s major challenges related to earth, energy, environment, and sustainability. For further information about the position or the Department vision, please contact Prof. Brandon Dugan (search chair) at dugan@mines.edu.

For further information and to apply for the position:

http://jobs.mines.edu/cw/en-us/job/493577/department-head-and-professor-geophysics


I would like to share this opportunity for a fully funded PhD position in global seismology: 
https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/research-and-teaching/departments-and-schools/earth-sciences/news/robust-characterisation-of-seismic-structures-in-the-mantle/

This position is based at Royal Holloway, University of London, with 3.5 years funding available for any EU (also UK) student. 
The closing date for applications is 7th June 2019.

Please forward to any suitable applicants and encourage them to contact me at p.koelemeijer@es.rhul.ac.uk for more details.

Best wishes,

Paula 

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Dr Paula Koelemeijer
Royal Society University Research Fellow

Until 1st September 2019: 
Department of Earth Sciences
University College London
p.koelemeijer@ucl.ac.uk

From 1st September 2019:
Department of Earth Sciences
Royal Holloway, University of London
p.koelemeijer@es.rhul.ac.uk 

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucfbpko/


The University of Aberdeen is recruiting! A major campaign has been launched to bring the best and brightest thinkers to Aberdeen, to help solve global research challenges. 60 new academic posts are spread across multiple disciplines, including health, energy, environment, data and AI, and humanities and law.

As part of this recruitment campaign, we are looking to bring four geophysicists to the School of Geosciences (follow the links below for further particulars, application instructions and contact details for informal enquiries):

1. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Geophysics
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO367A

2. Chair in Industrial Geophysics
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO365A

3. Lecturer in Environmental Seismology
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO366A

4. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Decommissioning (Geophysics)
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO363A

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS THE 12th May 2019.

The School of Geosciences comprises the Departments of Geology & Petroleum Geology, Geography & Environment, and Archaeology. The new position in geophysics will join the Department of Geology & Petroleum Geology, which currently consists of 27 academic members of staff, with a traditional strong research record in tectonics, structural geology, sedimentary geology and petroleum geoscience. Geophysical research techniques are employed across the School (e.g. solid Earth and exploration geophysics as well as near surface geophysics for shallow sub-surface imaging, fluid-flow mapping and environmental monitoring). The School is a well-equipped and successful centre for geophysics research, with a growing PhD student population and research profile. It houses the Aberdeen University Geophysical Equipment Repository (AUGER), an equipment pool comprising 10 Güralp 6TD seismometers, Geode seismic reflection/refraction, Geoscanners multi-antenna GPR, IRIS resistivity tomography, Leica dGPS and Geometrics total field magnetometers, with associated processing/modelling software. The School also has a dedicated seismic analysis and interpretation facility (SeisLab), housing numerous industry-standard software packages and access to the University’s High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, Maxwell.

The Department of Geology & Petroleum Geology hosts both postgraduate and undergraduate degrees in geophysics. The 12-month MSc. Geophysics programme was launched in September 2014 and focusses on educating students via research-led teaching in the broadest aspects of fundamental geophysics rather than specific application to hydrocarbon exploration. Graduated students have a very high employment rate in: i) the energy industry; ii) near-surface geophysics; iii) digital technology; and iv) continuing their education as PhD researchers. The BSc. Geophysics programme started in 2017 and runs in parallel with the BSc. Geology and Physics programmes until the 3rd year, when it includes dedicated geophysics modules in subsurface digital imaging, signal processing and seismic interpretation. The new appointees in geophysics will contribute to the classroom, fieldwork and research project aspects of teaching geophysics, and assist with its day-to-day operation and future expansion in their areas of expertise, under the guidance of the Programme Directors.

You can learn more about the University of Aberdeen, the School of Geosciences, and Aberdeen city and shire by following these links:
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/about/
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/geosciences/
https://www.visitabdn.com

Best regards,

Dave


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Dr. David G. Cornwell
Lecturer in Geophysics
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E: d.cornwell@abdn.ac.uk
T: +44 (0) 1224 273448
T: @seismodave
O: Rm 140, Meston Building
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School of Geosciences
University of Aberdeen
King's College
Aberdeen, AB24 3UE
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The University of Aberdeen is a charity registered in Scotland, No SC013683.
Tha Oilthigh Obar Dheathain na charthannas clàraichte ann an Alba, Àir. SC013683.


Institution: GNS Science
Open Until: 2019-06-30

We seek a highly motivated student for a 3-year PhD scholarship on numerical simulations of slow slip and megathrust earthquakes in the Hikurangi subduction margin. This project aims to use numerical simulations of seismic and aseismic fault slip and seismic wave propagation, combined with newly acquired on-shore and off-shore data, to understand the mechanisms controlling complex megathrust slip behaviour at the Hikurangi subduction plate boundary in New Zealand. The student project will include extensive numerical modelling and interpreting observations and model results.

The student will be expected to enrol as a PhD student at Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) and will be supervised by Yoshi Kaneko at GNS Science and Prof. Martha Savage at VUW. GNS Science is a government-owned institution undertaking research in the Earth Sciences and related disciplines.

Prospective candidates must have a strong background in geophysics, physics, engineering, or a related discipline, be proficient in one or more scientific programming languages (Matlab, Python, etc.), and have completed (or is expected to complete) a Master’s or equivalent degree by the start of the PhD programme. Full details of Victoria University’s eligibility criteria are available from the Faculty of Graduate Research website and http://www.vuw.ac.nz/fgr. A generous scholarship will be provided. 

Applications including an up-to-date curriculum vitae and evidence of previous study should be submitted via the Faculty of Graduate Research website (http://www.vuw.ac.nz/fgr) by 30 June, 2019. The start date is flexible but will be no later than 1 November, 2019. Please direct all questions to:

Dr Yoshi Kaneko
GNS Science
1 Fairway Drive, Lower Hutt, 5011, New Zealand
y.kaneko@gns.cri.nz 


Dear Colleagues,

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Study invites applications for
one 4-year Ph.D. and two Postdoctoral positions in seismology.
The positions are in the seismology group at DIAS, with a broad,
active research programme in regional and global seismic imaging,
waveform and array tomography and lithospheric dynamics.

The positions are part of the project SEA-SEIS
(www.sea-seis.ie) that has deployed broadband, ocean-bottom
seismometers across a vast area in the North Atlantic Ocean, giving
the successful candidates an opportunity to participate in the
retrieval cruise.

The recent growth in the number of broadband seismic stations
around the world makes it possible to image the Earth’s interior
in unprsions, targeting fundamental problems of plate tectonics and
lithospheric dynamics.

The research projects are on waveform tomography and array
tomography, at the North Atlantic and global scales. Advances in
tomography methods will be implemented and applied. Scientific
targets of the research include the structure and evolution of the
lithosphere and underlying mantle, in the North Atlantic and globally,
the origins of the enigmatic North Atlantic Igneous Province
volcanism, the deep structure of the Iceland Hotspot and its
effect on the evolution of the region.

Ph.D. Studentship
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Duration: 4 years
Stipend:  €18,500 per year, tax free.
Start date:  1 June, 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter (flexible).

The new data created in this project, used together with all other
availecedented detail. This presents opportunities for exciting
new discoveries, offering solutions to long-standing problems of
basic Earth science. In these PhD and Postdoctoral research
projects, the lithosphere and underlying mantle will be imaged
using very large surface- and S-wave datasets. The data will be
related to Earth structure using seismic and computational-petrology
inverable broadband data, will improve the resolution of tomographic
imaging in the entire N Atlantic and globally. Relationships between
seismic waveforms and temperature, density and composition of the
rock at depth will be formulated and used in the inversions. The
applications of the improved imaging methods will enhance our
understanding of the structure and dynamics of the lithosphere and
underlying mantle globally.

Students at DIAS receive broad training in geophysics through short
courses, workshops, and attendance at international schools and
major conferences. The group is very international and known for its
lively, friendly atmosphere. PhD students in the DIAS seismology
group have been very successful in their research, publishing actively
and winning international and national awards for their work.

Applicants should have excellent/very good grades, preferably an
advanced degree (M.Sc. or equivalent), background in geophysics,
 physics or mathematics and strong computing skills, including
programming. To apply, please e-mail a complete academic CV, a
statement of research interests, English proficiency certification
if applicable (DIAS requirements are the same as those at UCD:
http://www.ucd.ie/international/study-at-ucd-global/ucdenglishlanguagerequirements/), 
academic transcripts, and the
names and contact details of 3 academic referees to
Dr. Sergei Lebedev (sergei@cp.dias.ie), with "seismology Ph.D.
position" in the subject line. Consideration of applications
will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
For additional information on the project or on studying at DIAS
please contact Dr. Sergei Lebedev (sergei@cp.dias.ie).


Post-Doctoral Position 1
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Position: Experienced Post-Doctoral Researcher in Seismology,
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Duration: 1.25 years
Salary:  €44,266 in the first year, with an annual increment after that
Start date:  1 July, 2019.

Imaging the lithosphere and underlying mantle at global and regional
scales using massive phase-velocity datasets.

Qualifications: a PhD in geophysics or a related field is required.
Substantial computing and programming experience and a good
command of English are essential. Post-PhD research experience
of at least 2 years and a strong publication record are required.
Experience in surface- and body-wave tomography and numerical
petrological modelling is desirable.

To apply: e-mail a complete academic CV, including a list of
publications, a statement of research interests, and the names and
contact details of 3 academic referees to Dr. Sergei Lebedev
(sergei@cp.dias.ie), with "Postdoctoral position 1" in the subject line.
Consideration of applications will begin immediately and continue
until the position is filled. For additional information on the project,
contact Dr. Sergei Lebedev (sergei@cp.dias.ie).


Post-Doctoral Position 2
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Position: Post-Doctoral Researcher in Seismology,
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Duration: 3 years
Salary:  €37,874 - €45,041 in the first year, depending on experience
and qualifications, with annual increments thereafter
Start date:  1 November, 2019.

Surface-wave array tomography of the Irish offshore and the North
Atlantic region.

Qualifications: a PhD in geophysics or related field is required.
Substantial computing and programming experience and a good
command of English are essential. Experience in surface-wave imaging
of the lithosphere, petrological numerical modelling and in Earth
science communication and outreach is desirable.
To apply: e-mail a complete academic CV, including a list of
publications, a statement of research interests, and the names
and contact details of 3 academic referees to Dr. Sergei Lebedev
(sergei@cp.dias.ie), with "Postdoctoral position 2" in the subject line.
Consideration of applications will begin immediately and continue
until the position is filled. For additional information on the project,
contact Dr. Sergei Lebedev (sergei@cp.dias.ie).

DIAS is an equal opportunity employer.

Best regards,

Sergei Lebedev
DIAS


The University of Aberdeen is recruiting! A major campaign has been launched to bring the best and brightest thinkers to Aberdeen, to help solve global research challenges. 60 new academic posts are spread across multiple disciplines, including health, energy, environment, data and AI, and humanities and law.

As part of this recruitment campaign, we are looking to bring four geophysicists to the School of Geosciences (follow the links below for further particulars, application instructions and contact details for informal enquiries):

1. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Geophysics
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO367A

2. Chair in Industrial Geophysics
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO365A

3. Lecturer in Environmental Seismology
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO366A

4. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Decommissioning (Geophysics)
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/research/jobs/GEO363A

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS THE 12th May 2019.

The School of Geosciences comprises the Departments of Geology & Petroleum Geology, Geography & Environment, and Archaeology. The new position in geophysics will join the Department of Geology & Petroleum Geology, which currently consists of 27 academic members of staff, with a traditional strong research record in tectonics, structural geology, sedimentary geology and petroleum geoscience. Geophysical research techniques are employed across the School (e.g. solid Earth and exploration geophysics as well as near surface geophysics for shallow sub-surface imaging, fluid-flow mapping and environmental monitoring). The School is a well-equipped and successful centre for geophysics research, with a growing PhD student population and research profile. It houses the Aberdeen University Geophysical Equipment Repository (AUGER), an equipment pool comprising 10 Güralp 6TD seismometers, Geode seismic reflection/refraction, Geoscanners multi-antenna GPR, IRIS resistivity tomography, Leica dGPS and Geometrics total field magnetometers, with associated processing/modelling software. The School also has a dedicated seismic analysis and interpretation facility (SeisLab), housing numerous industry-standard software packages and access to the University’s High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, Maxwell.

The Department of Geology & Petroleum Geology hosts both postgraduate and undergraduate degrees in geophysics. The 12-month MSc. Geophysics programme was launched in September 2014 and focusses on educating students via research-led teaching in the broadest aspects of fundamental geophysics rather than specific application to hydrocarbon exploration. Graduated students have a very high employment rate in: i) the energy industry; ii) near-surface geophysics; iii) digital technology; and iv) continuing their education as PhD researchers. The BSc. Geophysics programme started in 2017 and runs in parallel with the BSc. Geology and Physics programmes until the 3rd year, when it includes dedicated geophysics modules in subsurface digital imaging, signal processing and seismic interpretation. The new appointees in geophysics will contribute to the classroom, fieldwork and research project aspects of teaching geophysics, and assist with its day-to-day operation and future expansion in their areas of expertise, under the guidance of the Programme Directors.

You can learn more about the University of Aberdeen, the School of Geosciences, and Aberdeen city and shire by following these links:
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/about/
https://www.abdn.ac.uk/geosciences/
https://www.visitabdn.com

Best regards,

Dave

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Dr. David G. Cornwell
Lecturer in Geophysics
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E: d.cornwell@abdn.ac.uk
T: +44 (0) 1224 273448
T: @seismodave
O: Rm 140, Meston Building
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School of Geosciences
University of Aberdeen
King's College
Aberdeen, AB24 3UE

Institution: Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University 
Open Until: 2019-07-31

The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University invites applications for a Staff Associate.  The Staff Associate will provide technical support for the Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network (LCSN, URL:http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/LCSN).  Activity includes preparation, installation, operation and repair of seismic equipment used to monitor earthquakes.  Field work to average 25-35% of the time, seasonally (that is, 5-10 days a month, less in winter, more in summer) in the eastern United States.  Plan network service trips to determine priorities as a member of a team.  

Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, physics, geophysics or related field and four years of related experience required, or a Master’s degree in engineering, physics, geophysics or related field and two years of related experience required. Experience in Internet communication and Linux is required.  Hands-on experience will include broad range of electronics with good theoretical capability leading to understanding of equipment function.  Adequate soldering skill to make various cables for radios, seismometers and GPS receiver required. Good command of spoken and written English required.  Must be physically capable of working in the field in isolated locations – to walk up and down steep hills while carrying up to 50 pounds. Must be able to load/unload, and to drive a pickup truck for field work, and operate generator and other simple machinery.  We value ability to work independently and as a member of a team. 

Appointments are made on a fiscal year basis and are eligible for renewal each July 1, contingent upon performance and funding. 

Search will remain open for at least 30 days after the ad appears and will continue until the position is filled. 

Please visit our online application site at 
http://pa334.peopleadmin.com/postings/2813
for further information about this position and to submit your application, curriculum vitae, cover letter, and list of references.  

Columbia University benefits offered with this Officer of Research appointment. 

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer -- Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.

We accept online applications only.


Institution: Australian National University
Open Until: 2019-04-28

Classification: Academic Level A
Salary package: $71,509 – $90,215 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Continuing (Contingent Funded, 3 years of initial funding)

The Postdoctoral Fellow will join the Seismology and Mathematical Geophysics Group within the Research School of Earth Sciences. Based at the Australian National University’s Acton campus in Canberra, the School is part of the ANU College of Science. Staff and students within the College conduct research and deliver research-led education programs that encompasses the entire breadth of the sciences, supported by extensive international networks and by world-class facilities.  The College has a strong tradition of research excellence that has fostered distinguished Nobel Laureates and Kyoto Prize winners and that trains scientific leaders in disciplines in which the ANU is consistently ranked in the top twenty in the world. 

We are looking for an early career researcher to join our team, who has:

Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
The ability and interest to undertake inter-disciplinary research
Knowledge of seismic data processing and computing
Knowledge of international standard data formats (e.g. miniSEED or SAC), seismic database management tools (e.g. SeisComp3), and data visualisation techniques
Proficiency in a common programming language, such as scientific Python or C++
The ability to train and mentor junior staff and students
In this role, the Postdoctoral Fellow will be responsible for developing data quality control techniques and supporting the data archiving team. The goal is to improve our data accessibility and quality as well as to and develop products from 30 years of archived seismic data (auspass.edu.au).

For more information about this position please contact Assoc/Prof Meghan Miller E: meghan.miller@anu.edu.au or T: 02 6125 3073.

ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion

Application information

In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:

A statement addressing each of the selection criteria must be included.
A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.
Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.

Additional information and applications: http://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/529048/postdoctoral-fellow


Institution: University Cote d'Azur, IRD, Geoazur (Nice, France)
Open Until: 2019-04-10

We seek applicants for an 18-month postdoc fellowship at the University Côte d’Azur (Nice, France) to work on the identification of earthquake precursors in seismograms using Machine Learning.  
The successful applicant will work at Géoazur in a strong team of Geophysicists working on earthquake problems with rising interest for Machine Learning (https://geoazur.oca.eu/fr/membres-equipe-seismes-geoazur) and will have the opportunity to interact with researchers in the Math department of the University (LJAD). 
The postdoctoral fellow will be expected to publish results in international peer-review scientific journals and present them at international conferences.
Strong backgrounds in either Geophysics or Computing Science is required.
Interest for both disciplines will be appreciated.
The amount of the gross monthly salary will be 3000€.
Nice is located both on the mediterranean cost and in the Southern Alps, providing ideal living conditions.
Applications are due on April 10 2019.
Contact Quentin Bletery : bletery@geoazur.unice.fr 


Postdoctoral position, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University

The Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Scientist position in inverse modeling of glacial isostatic adjustment.

The successful candidate will use glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) modeling to better understand solid Earth properties, ice sheet evolution, and sea level change since the last glacial maximum. Particularly, the successful candidate will use gradient-based optimization to solve the GIA inverse problem within a laterally heterogeneous earth model.

Candidates should have completed or be nearing completion of a PhD in Geophysics (Seismology, Geodynamics, Glaciology) or related discipline. Excellent programming and mathematical skills are highly desired. Prior experience in one or more of the following is a plus: inverse theory, adjoint methods, glacial isostatic adjustment modeling, sea level or cryospheric research. Evidence of the ability to conduct and publish high quality research is desired.

Proposed start date is August 1st 2019, with some flexibility.

Appointment will be for 1-year, with continuation pending funding and progress.

Search will remain open for at least 30 days after the ad appears and will continue until the position is filled.

Please visit our online application site at

http://pa334.peopleadmin.com/postings/2801

for further information about this position and to submit your application, curriculum vitae, cover letter, and contact information for three references.

Columbia University benefits offered with this Officer of Research appointment.

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer -- Race/Gender/Disability/Veteran.

We accept online applications only.

Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Jacqueline Austermann (ja3170@ldeo.columbia.edu) to discuss the position prior to applying.

--  Helen Olivette Human Resources Coordinator  Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University 61 Route 9W, Palisades, NY  10964 Phone: 845-365-8357  /  Fax: 845-365-8142



Institution: University of Utah
Open Until: 2019-06-30

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations (UUSS, www.quake.utah.edu) invites applications for the position of communications specialist. UUSS is an organizational unit within the Department of Geology and Geophysics that operates a network of approximately 250 seismograph stations in the state of Utah and Yellowstone National Park. UUSS is responsible for generating and disseminating earthquake catalogs and other earthquake information products. The successful applicant will facilitate the distribution of technical and educational information generated by UUSS scientists to the general public, government officials, members of the media, and funding agencies. This is a full-time, benefitted position with an expected starting salary of $45,000–$55,000. The nominal work schedule is Monday–Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM, although availability at night and on weekends may be required during times of heightened media interest. The position will report to UUSS Seismic Network Manager !
Valeriu Burlacu. To apply submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references using the following webpage: https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/89933. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Inquiries may be directed to UUSS Director Keith Koper (koper@seis.utah.edu) or UUSS Seismic Network Manager Valeriu Burlacu (burlacu@seis.utah.edu).

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Please share the following PhD positions in global seismology (particularly pertaining to lowermost mantle structure) at the University of Cambridge with any suitable candidates,

Many thanks,
Sanne


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Sanne Cottaar
University Lecturer
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Cambridge
sc845@cam.ac.uk

Post-doctoral position in seismology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

A research position in seismology is available in the Department of Geoscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, beginning in summer 2019. The position is a full-time, 1-year appointment, with the opportunity of continuation for a second year, as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate. The successful applicant will participate in two projects involving seismic velocity and attenuation tomography, one at a volcanic center in Chile and the other in the region of the Kaikoura earthquake in New Zealand. The expected starting salary is in the range $50,000 to $52,000, depending on qualifications and experience. The position is most appropriate for candidates not more than 2 years past the Ph.D. Completion of all Ph.D. requirements is necessary at the time of appointment.

The starting date for the position is somewhat flexible, but preferably between June 1 and August 1, 2019. Applicants should submit a resume, statement of research interests and experience, possible start date, and names of three references via email to


or via mail to

Professor Clifford Thurber
Department of Geoscience
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1215 W. Dayton St.
Madison, WI 53706
USA

Screening of applications will begin as they are received; the position will remain open until filled.

NOTE: Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.

Title: SCA Field Engineer Technician III

Job Number: 1079091

Location: Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory, Albuquerque, NM, US

About the Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory (ASL):

We install, operate, and maintain the US Geological Survey (USGS) component of the Global Seismographic Network (GSN), the backbone of the Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS), the Central Eastern United States Network (CEUSN), as well as a number of regional seismic networks. Along with operating these networks, the ASL ensures the quality and integrity of the data.

GSN and ANSS data is used for real-time seismic monitoring by the USGS National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC), for tsunami warnings by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Tsunami Warning Centers, for nuclear test monitoring by the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO) and the US Air Force, and for scientific research. Our scientific research on earthquake processes, Earth structure and other geophysical problems is used by a broad community of international users.

Job description:

KBRwyle Technology Solutions under contract to USGS at the ASL, is seeking an entry level field technician to provide installation, maintenance, operations, and technical support for global seismological systems. Day to day duties are performed at the ASL with frequent deployment to US and remote global locations.

Relocation assistance may be available for qualified candidates.

Job requirements:

  • Structured classroom training in theory and operation of digital electronic components, data acquisition systems, and seismic data systems, or equivalent electronics, from an accredited training school.
  • 2+ years of experience in the operation and maintenance of digital seismic data acquisition systems which include seismometers, amplifiers, analog to digital converters, computers, seismic recorders, timing systems, and electronic test equipment. Equivalent electronic systems experience may be substituted for direct seismic systems experience.
  • Ability to travel and perform work in the US and at remote foreign locations.
  • Ability to follow security, safety, and environmental requirements associated with foreign travel.
  • Ability to work with people with diverse technological, language and cultural backgrounds.
  • AS in electronics or associated degree plus 2 years of related experience; or in lieu of a degree, 4 years of related experience.
  • US Citizenship.

Desired:

  • Experience analyzing, troubleshooting, diagnosing, and performing repairs to seismological systems, including data acquisition and data processing systems, analog borehole and surface seismometers, and radio telemetry systems.
  • Experience evaluating new technologies to solve unique system problems or shortcomings, including telemetry systems, remote control systems, and hardware/software design changes.
  • An understanding and working knowledge of transducers including microbarographs, anemometers, magnetometers, GPS receivers, thermocouples and other ancillary state-of-health instrumentation.
  • Ability to review seismic waveforms.
  • Familiarity with computer aided design tools used to develop or record system configuration drawings.

Apply online at: https://kbr.taleo.net/careersection/kbrwyle_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=1079091

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.



Institution: Australian National University
Open Until: 2019-04-20

Classification: Academic Level A-B
Salary package: $70,107 – $111,365 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Fixed Term (2 years)

The Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Fellow will join the Seismology and Mathematical Geophysics Group within the Research School of Earth Sciences. Based at the Australian National University’s charming Acton campus in Canberra, the School is part of the ANU College of Science. Staff and students within the College conduct research and deliver research-led education programs that encompasses the entire breadth of the sciences, supported by extensive international networks and by world-class facilities. The College has a strong tradition of research excellence that has fostered distinguished Nobel Laureates and Kyoto Prize winners and that trains scientific leaders in disciplines in which the ANU is consistently ranked in the top twenty in the world.

In this role you will be responsible for the deployment, acquisition, analysis and interpretation of large-N datasets and for integration of these into existing and concurrent broadband seismic deployments. The goal is to expand the capability of our strong field-based seismic imaging research through new technologies and methodologies in order to improve resolution, and therefore understanding of the Earth’s structure and evolution.

For more information about this position please contact Assoc/Prof Meghan Miller E: meghan.miller@anu.edu.au or T: 02 6125 3073.

ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusion

Application Information
In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:

A statement addressing each of the selection criteria must be included.
A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.
Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.

Additional information and applications: http://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/528940/postdoctoral-fellow

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ed and filled, but is now reopened]

Outstanding applicants are sought for a postdoctoral research associate position that is
part of the project: Magma-Assisted Tectonics — Two-phase Dynamics of Oceanic and Continental
Rifts (RIFT-O-MAT), funded by the European Research Council from March 2019. To learn more and
apply: https://tinyurl.com/rift-o-mat Please see below and contact me with any questions.

The position:

Based at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford, the position carries four years
of salary with generous support for conference attendance and computing. The start date is
negotiable: no sooner than 1 June 2019 but could be delayed by up to one year.


The project and role:

There is widespread recognition of the central role of magma at divergent plate boundaries.
In tectonic models, however, magmatism is treated as a by-product and is typically excluded
from the dynamics. A thorough understanding of continental rifts and mid-ocean ridges requires
consistent models of magma intrusion into the lithosphere and crust. The RIFT-O-MAT project will
analyse models in which magmatism is an integral thermal, chemical, and mechanical component.
Hence it will lead to a better understanding of the dynamics that underlies plate tectonics.
The postdoc will contribute to the development of one simulation code that combines the
canonical framework for two-phase dynamics of partially molten rocks [1] with an
visco-elastic-plastic rheology appropriate for lithospheric deformation [2]. This will
enable an internally consistent study of dikes, faults, and their interaction with ductile
deformation.

The team:

The project is lead by Prof Richard Katz and Dr Dave May. One postdoctoral researcher has
already signed on, to begin work in June 2019. A PhD student will join the team in 2020.
The project will host 1–2 MSc students per year.


The scientific objectives:

Continental rifting: the thermo-mechanical role of magmatism in continental rifting. In
particular, we address the question of if/when magmatism is essential for the initiation
and completion of rifting [3]. Idealised models will be developed to address each stage
of the rifting process, from inception to break-up. The East African Rift system will be
the primary geographic focus for validating models and interpreting observations. Project
partners Ian Bastow (Imperial College London) and David Ferguson (Leeds) will collaborate
on the comparison with seismic, geodetic and petrological observations.

Mid-ocean ridges: the interaction of faults and dikes at mid-ocean ridges with two main
objectives: the first is to re-examine the bathymetric profile of the ridge axis; the
second is to re-examine the mechanics of abyssal hills. This project will address the
question of whether variations in sea-level and magma supply can influence the spacing
of abyssal hills, following from a debate in the recent literature [4,5]. Project partners
Peter Huybers and Charles Langmuir (Harvard) and Suzanne Carbotte (LDEO) will collaborate on
the comparison with marine geophysical observations.


Applicants:

Applicants should have a background in geodynamics, theoretical and/or applied mechanics,
applied mathematics, fluid dynamics or physics. Please see the Job Descriptions, linked
above, for essential and desirable criteria.

Other information:

The successful applicant will join the FoaLab research group at the University of Oxford
http://foalab.earth.ox.ac.uk . Cohesion and collaboration within the group are encouraged
by weekly group meetings, annual group retreats and shared office space. The Department
of Earth Sciences is housed in a new building, custom built in 2012. The University of
Oxford consistently ranks in the top five Universities in the world. From Oxford it is a
one hour by bus to London Heathrow Airport. Other information about the Department and
University are provided in the Job Description document (linked above).

References:

[1] McKenzie (1984) The generation and compaction of partially molten rock. J Petrology.
[2] Keller et al. (2013). Numerical modelling of magma dynamics coupled to tectonic
deformation of lithosphere and crust. Geophysical Journal International, http://doi.org/10.1093/gji/ggt306
[3] Buck (2006). The role of magma in the development of the Afro-Arabian Rift System.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1144/GSL.SP.2006.259.01.05
[4] Crowley et al. (2014). Glacial cycles drive variations in the production of oceanic
crust. Science, http://doi.org/10.1126/science.1261508
[5] Olive et al. (2015). Sensitivity of seafloor bathymetry to climate-driven fluctuations
in mid-ocean ridge magma supply. Science. http://doi.org/10.1126/science.aad0715

________________________________
Richard Foa Katz
Professor of Geodynamics
Dept Earth Sciences, Univ Oxford
http://foalab.earth.ox.ac.uk


Please share the following PhD positions in global seismology (particularly pertaining to lowermost mantle structure) at the University of Cambridge with any suitable candidates,

Many thanks,
Sanne


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Sanne Cottaar
University Lecturer
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Cambridge
sc845@cam.ac.uk

Seismological Laboratory Director’s Postdoctoral Scholar

http://www.gps.caltech.edu/about/work/postdoctoral-positions/seismological-laboratory-directors-postdoctoral-scholar

The Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences at the California
Institute of Technology (Caltech) invites applications for the
Seismological Laboratory Director’s Postdoctoral Scholar position. We
invite applications for a post doctoral position in any research area
covered by the Seismological Laboratory, including, but not limited to:
Observational seismology, earth structure, earthquake physics,
earthquake early warning, computational geophysics, mineral physics,
geodesy, geodynamics, and tectonics. We are especially interested in
individuals whose research naturally links with any of the research
programs within the Seismo Lab, GPS Division, or other parts of Caltech.
A Ph.D. is required and initial appointment will be for one year.
Starting date is flexible.

Applicants should send a CV, a brief statement of research interests and
experience, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent
electronically to Jen Shechet at seismo_postdoc2019@gps.caltech.edu

All applications and references are due by Monday, April 15, 2019.

Fellowship candidates will automatically be considered for other
available postdoctoral positions at Caltech in geophysics.

Caltech and JPL are equal opportunity employers, and all qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to
race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or
national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any
other characteristic protected by law.


The Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford (UK) is looking to recruit a postdoctoral research assistant in Marine Geophysics. The researcher will work on topics related to the deep structure of the Hawaiian-Emperor Seamount in the central Pacific Ocean and will involve multichannel seismic reflection profile data processing and gravity/geoid and flexure modelling. The position is expected to start on 1 October this year. This post is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council, with funding currently available for 24 months.

For informal enquiries, please contact me directly at A. B. Watts tony.watts@earth.ox.ac.uk. Full details, and how to apply, can be found at https://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/vacancies/. Applications must be made through the University of Oxford website, and are due by 19th March.

Please also feel free to forward this advertisement on to any suitable candidates who are not on this mailing list.

Regards,
Tony
***********************

Prof. Tony Watts
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Oxford
South Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3AN, UK

Tel: 44-(0)-1865-272032
Web: http://www.earth.ox.ac.uk/~tony/watts
email: tony.watts@earth.ox.ac.uk


Institution: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Open Until: 2019-04-14

Seismology Postdoctoral Scholar (post 86401, 24 months plus possibility for extension)

The Energy Geosciences Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has an opportunity for a Postdoctoral Scholar with expertise in numerical or observational seismology to join our multidisciplinary team. You will contribute to projects involving subsurface energy applications with emphasis on induced seismicity related to geothermal energy and geological CO2 storage developments. The purpose of the position is to contribute to our group’s efforts in developing technologies to safely extract energy from the subsurface. You should have a solid knowledge of fracture processes and fluid-mechanical couplings relevant for induced seismicity and large-scale deployment of geologic carbon storage. With the candidate vision for tackling a broad range of challenging subsurface problems, such as induced seismicity, multiphase flow and seismic hazard assessment and mitigation, you are expected to lead this minimum two-years long postdoctoral scholarship to success. To achieve this work, you will have access to the High Performance Computing infrastructure at LBNL and the broad expertise of its researchers.

For more details and to apply please see: https://lbl.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/seismology-postdoctoral-scholar-1667


Institution: univ Lyon
Open Until: 2019-04-11

Please see below details for a professor position in Lyon. Deadline for application is April 11th 2019.

?TEACHING :
The professor will teach both undergraduate and graduate classes in Earth and Planetary sciences at University Claude Bernard Lyon1. This includes the introductory geology course, a selection of undergraduate classes in the geology curriculum, and the Earth and Life sciences curriculum for future high-school teachers. The professor is also expected to be active in our master program either in the Paleontology, sedimentology and paleoenvironments curriculum or in the Physics and chemistry of the Earth and Planets one, depending on his/her research focus. The position also includes responsibilities in the management of the teaching activities and in the development of partnerships with socio-professional organizations. The professor will contribute to our commitment to develop digital educational tools that help ensure the success of our undergraduate students.

Contact for teaching activities :
Prof. Cathy Quantin-Nataf, teaching officer for the OSUL, cathy.quantin-nataf@univ-lyon1.fr, +33 (0)472 43 13 55

RESEARCH :
The Laboratoire de Géologie de Lyon - Terre, Planètes, Environnement (lgltpe.ens-lyon.fr) has a great reputation for research activities in different disciplines of Earth and planetary Sciences, in France and abroad. The LGL-TPE is seeking a professor who develops an outstanding research project and has a solid international network. The fields of interest include but are not limited to geodynamics of the endogenic and exogenic envelops of the Earth, mineralogy and petrology at large, … The professor is expected to develop challenging initiatives at the forefront of his/her own discipline, develop collaborations in Lyon that strengthen the position of the LGL-TPE. He/she is also expected to contribute to the management of the research activities at LGL-TPE.

Contact for research activities :
Prof. Emanuela Mattioli, director of the LGL-TPE, emanuela.mattioli@univ-lyon1.fr, +33 (0)472 44 58 00


Lectureship in Risk and Disaster Science at UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction


About the Institute

University College London (UCL) is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with approximately 11,000 staff and over 40,000 students from 150 different countries. UCL operates in a global context and is committed to excellence, innovation and the promotion of global understanding in all activities. The UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR) is a cross-UCL Institute, which leads research, knowledge exchange and teaching in the area of risk and disaster reduction, spanning earth and space sciences, statistics, engineering and development planning, global health, environment, climate and water, social science and gender studies, and contributes to UCL’s Grand Challenges. It has a leading role in the UCL Humanitarian Institute.

Duties and Responsibilities

The main purpose of the job is to carry out research, teaching and administration within the UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction, especially in the areas of risk and disaster science. This is an open-ended academic position.

 

Key Requirements

We are seeking a PhD educated expert with excellent transdisciplinary knowledge of risk and disaster science, including the physical sciences, modelling, scientific approaches to disaster risk reduction, assessment of vulnerability, and statistical underpinning of natural and anthropogenic hazard risks. These risks include (but are not limited to) geophysical, hydro-meteorological, climate-related, health and technological hazard risks.

They should have an excellent research profile, and strong teaching and communication skills. The candidate should be able to work collaboratively, be committed to academic research, and work harmoniously with colleagues and students of all cultures and backgrounds.

 

Further details

Salary (inclusive of London allowance): £43,884 - £51,769 per annum

Application deadline: 17th March 2019

UCL Job reference: 1792764

Full advert and link to application guidelines available here



Dr Joanna Faure Walker

Associate Professor, Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction
Programme Director MSc Risk, Disaster and Resilience

IRDR, UCL, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
j.faure-walker@ucl.ac.uk







I would like to bring to your attention a job vacancy that might be of interest to some members on this list with interests broadly in physical geography.

 

Here at Queen’s University Belfast we are advertising for a Professor of Physical Geography. The full description can be found here: https://hrwebapp.qub.ac.uk/tlive_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=373539AyhN&WVID=6273090Lgx&LANG=USA

 

The closing date for applications is 15/04/2019.

 

If you would like to discuss further then please contact Dr Diarmid Finnegan ( d.finnegan@qub.ac.uk ) or Dr Helen Roe ( h.roe@qub.ac.uk ).

 

Best wishes,

Andrew

Queen’s University Belfast


We seek a post-doctoral scientist with a proven publication record to work in the Geology and Geophysics group in the University of Southampton’s School of Ocean and Earth Science at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton.  We are particularly looking for someone with skills in wide-angle seismology and reflection seismology, but will consider applicants from all fields of seismology. The successful candidate will work on seismic data collected during summer 2017 in a multi-source  experiment focused on fluid escape structures in the North Sea, and potentially also on passive seismic data from the same experiment. Further details may be found at https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=1115919HN

 

The application deadline is 31st March and the post is available for immediate start.  Interviews are expected to take place on 30th April.  Please contact Professor Tim Minshull (tmin@noc.soton.ac.uk) for further enquiries. 

 

Professor T. A. Minshull

School of Ocean and Earth Science, 

National Oceanography Centre Southampton,

University of Southampton

European Way

Southampton SO14 3ZH

UK

email: tmin@noc.soton.ac.uk

 



 

The Institute for Geophysics and Tectonics at the University of Leeds (UK) is looking to recruit a postdoctoral research fellow in Geophysics.  The researcher will work on topics related to the deformation and seismicity of subducting slabs, using a combination of observational seismology and geodynamic modelling.  The position is expected to start in, or shortly after, July this year.  This post is funded by the Royal Society, with funding currently available for 18 months.


For informal enquiries, please contact me directly at T.J.Craig@leeds.ac.uk. Full details, and how to apply, can be found at https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=ENVEE1307.  Applications must be made through the University of Leeds website, and are due by 19th March.

Please also feel free to forward this advertisement on to any suitable candidates who are not on this mailing list,

Many thanks,

Tim

P.S - Apologies for any cross-posting!



Tim Craig

Royal Society University Research Fellow,
Institute for Geophysics and Tectonics,
School of Earth and Environment,
University of Leeds,
Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK.


Institution: Michigan State University 
Open Until: 2019-04-01

Department of Computational Mathematics, 
Science and Engineering & Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Michigan State University (MSU)

We are seeking a postdoctoral research associate in developing and applying data analytics and computational algorithms to enable fast and high-fidelity multi-scale seismic imaging, with emphasis on dynamic monitoring the near-subsurface structure of the Earth. Potential projects include but are not limited to assimilating seismic data sets derived from passive, active, and ambient noise sources to image, monitor, and model (1) the spatial and temporal changes of active seismic and volcanic regions and (2) the interactions of water, life, soil, and rock in the Earth's critical zone. Candidates with strong background in seismic imaging and high-performance computing will be given priority. Experience with large data sets, machine learning, and GPU programming are a plus. 

The selected candidate will be working for Dr. Min Chen (https://chenseismolab.org). The position is for two years and depends on availability of funding. Renewal for the second year is based on a performance evaluation. A third year is possible, subject to funding and satisfactory performance evaluations. Preferred start date no later than September 1st, 2019, earlier if possible.

Applicants must apply through the MSU online system.   
http://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/498339/research-associatefixed-term
Applicants must specify an area of focus and faculty they want to work with in the cover letter of their application. Applicants must provide a Research Statement, Teaching Statement, Curriculum Vita, and three references. 

Review of applications will begin immediately and the search will continue until 04/01/2019. General questions regarding the position may be sent to CMSEpostdocSearch@egr.msu.edu; specific research questions should be sent to Dr. Min Chen (chenmi22@msu.edu).


RESEARCH POSITION AT SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY, UCSD – POLAR SCIENCE/REMOTE HYDROLOGY

The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) at the University of California San Diego (http://scripps.ucsd.edu) invites applications for a full-time Researcher position to be funded by extramural research grants and contracts in any of the research areas listed below. The Researcher series at SIO parallels the Professor series in terms of research and service, but it carries no teaching requirements. Researchers receive nine-month appointments with 25% salary support from institutional sources. Researchers are expected to establish an externally funded research program that provides the remainder of their salary support, including an opportunity for summer salary. Researchers at SIO often obtain lecturer appointments in the SIO department and serve as graduate student advisors.

We seek a motivated, broad-thinking scientist to develop a vigorous research group and provide intellectual leadership in their field, while also taking advantage of SIO’s exceptionally diverse scientific community. We are interested in candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in research and service, and who are committed to building an equitable and diverse university environment. We anticipate hiring at the Assistant Researcher level, but exceptionally well-qualified candidates may be considered for the Associate or Full Researcher levels.

Polar Science: We are seeking outstanding candidates who study Earth’s ice sheets (Greenland and Antarctica) using numerical modeling to determine how much these ice sheets will contribute to sea-level over the coming century. Areas of specialization include, but are not limited to: the dynamics and stability of grounding-lines of marine ice sheets; ocean-induced ice-shelf melting; rifting and calving processes (including hydrofracture); subglacial lake dynamics.

Remote Hydrology:  We seek outstanding candidates who study the hydrosphere using remote sensing methods. Areas of specialization include, but are not limited to: surface deformation and gravity changes linked to water fluxes; coupling between hydrological and solid earth processes; remote sensing and modeling of groundwater changes; and GNSS remote sensing of surface/atmospheric water.  Candidates with the interest and potential to participate on science teams for NASA’s relevant earth observation missions are encouraged to apply.

The position requires a PhD, in a relevant field, at time of application and candidates should have a competitive record of publication, as well as evidence of the ability to conduct and fund an active research program consistent with career level. Successful candidates are expected to have some extramural salary support already in hand. Salary will depend on the experience of the successful applicant and will be based on the UCSD pay scales.

For full consideration, please apply by the 4/5/19 deadline at:

https://apol-recruit.ucsd.edu/JPF02039

SIO is a world-renowned center of marine research with approximately 200 principal investigators leading research programs on all aspects of earth, ocean, biological and atmospheric sciences. We are committed to academic excellence and diversity within the faculty, staff, and student body.

UCSD is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a strong institutional commitment to excellence and diversity (http://diversity.ucsd.edu).



The Institute for Geophysics and Tectonics at the University of Leeds (UK) is looking to recruit a postdoctoral research fellow in Geophysics.  The researcher will work on topics related to the deformation and seismicity of subducting slabs, using a combination of observational seismology and geodynamic modelling.  The position is expected to start in, or shortly after, July this year.  This post is funded by the Royal Society, with funding currently available for 18 months.

For informal enquiries, please contact me directly at T.J.Craig@leeds.ac.uk. Full details, and how to apply, can be found at https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=ENVEE1307.  Applications must be made through the University of Leeds website, and are due by 19th March.

Please also feel free to forward this advertisement on to any suitable candidates who are not on this mailing list,

Many thanks,




Tim Craig

Royal Society University Research Fellow,
Institute for Geophysics and Tectonics,
School of Earth and Environment,
University of Leeds,
Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK.


Institution: University of Toledo
Open Until: 2019-05-01

The Department of Environmental Sciences at the University of Toledo invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in shallow-earth, high-resolution geophysics with an expected start date of August 19, 2019. This position is connected to UT’s strategic focus on water quality at the land-lake interface of the Great Lakes. We seek an individual whose research is related to near-surface geophysics focusing on environmental geology and hydrogeology, and who is likely to collaborate with department researchers investigating nutrient transport through large watersheds into Lake Erie and other large-scale systems. The department has a broad selection of geophysical equipment and recently renovated laboratory space. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an active, independent, externally-funded research program that involves both undergraduate and graduate students. Excellence in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level is also expecte!
d, and over time the candidate will be expected to teach courses on geophysics, mapping and structural geology, geologic hazards and introductory geology. 
The Department ( http://www.utoledo.edu/nsm/envsciences/ ) consists of 21 faculty and approximately 35 graduate students and 210 undergraduate majors, and offers degree programs in geology, biology (ecology track) and environmental sciences. Current research expertise in the department includes coastal, glacial and Quaternary geology, hydrogeology, aquatic ecology, wetland restoration, ornithology, herpetology, climate change, plant biology, soil ecology, biogeochemistry, invasive species, and water resources. 
A Ph.D. in geophysics, geology, earth sciences or a closely related field is required. Postdoctoral or equivalent experience will be viewed favorably. This is an entry level, tenure-track Assistant Professor position involving a standard research-teaching-service workload. Submit applications at https://utoledo.edu/jobs and include an application letter, CV, statements of research interests and teaching philosophy, and the names and contact information of three references. Dr. Jamie Martin-Hayden can be contacted for further information at james.martin-hayden@utoledo.edu. Review of applications will begin on March 15, 2019 and the position will remain open until filled.
The University of Toledo is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The University is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, dual-career professionals and covered veterans.
Dr. James Martin-Hayden
Associate Professor, Hydrogeology
Chair, DES Geophysicist Search Committee 
Dept. of Environmental Sciences        
419-530-2634


I am pleased to announce the following two open positions in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Strathclyde in the fields of Operational Earthquake Forecasting, Earthquake Early Warning and the Rapid Response to Earthquakes. The deadline for applications is 11th March. Please see https://strathvacancies.engageats.co.uk for more details and to apply.

 

Research Fellow (post 193323, fixed-term contract of 24 months, salary £40,792)

 

We are seeking a Research Fellow to join the Centre for Intelligent Infrastructure (https://www.strath.ac.uk/research/subjects/civilenvironmentalengineering/centreforintelligentinfrastructure/) within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The Research Fellow will play a leading role in the project TURNkey, which has recently been funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission. TURNkey aims to make significant advances in the fields of Operational Earthquake Forecasting (OEF), Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) and the Rapid Response to Earthquakes (RRE), particularly when applying these systems in practice in Europe. The project will develop a flexible, extendable, robust and easy-to-use OEF/EEW/RRE system based on low-cost multi-sensor units and a cloud-based computer platform, which can be distributed as a fully-operational TURNkey product to public authorities (including search-and-rescue teams) and private companies (including operators of critical infrastructure). These developments will contribute to improved seismic resilience before, during and after a damaging earthquake and hence a reduction in losses.

 

The Research Fellow will co-lead the work package “Assessment of ground motions before, during and after an earthquake”, which is being led by Dr John Douglas (University of Strathclyde), together with providing close support to the planned testbed implications of the project’s developments and contributing to other aspects of this project where required, e.g. through reviewing deliverables.

 

To be considered for the role, you will have a PhD in Engineering Seismology or Seismic Hazard Assessment, and/or equivalent relevant industrial experience, and should also have significant experience of Operational Earthquake Forecasting, Earthquake Early Warning and/or Rapid Response to Earthquakes. You will have significant experience with programming languages such as Matlab and/or Python. The role will require the ability to draft and review technical project reports and journal articles therefore effective writing skills are essential. The post is based at the University of Strathclyde and involves travelling to regular meetings around Europe.  You will have a body of published research in high quality publications demonstrating standards of excellence. You will have an ability to plan and organise research programmes, to ensure successful completion and you will have experience of planning and organising workloads, including the ability to supervise and delegate work. You will have some experience of teaching at undergraduate and/or postgraduate levels, an ability to work within a team environment and to lead teams and excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to listen, engage and persuade, and to present complex information in an accessible way to a range of audiences. You will apply, as Principal Investigator and/or Co-Investigator, to appropriate external bodies for research/knowledge exchange funding and manage grants awarded.

 

Research Associate (post 192955, fixed-term contract of 24 months, salary £32,236-£39,609)

 

We are seeking a Research Associate to join the Centre for Intelligent Infrastructure (https://www.strath.ac.uk/research/subjects/civilenvironmentalengineering/centreforintelligentinfrastructure/) within the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The Research Associate will play a key role in the project TURNkey, which has recently been funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission. TURNkey aims to make significant advances in the fields of Operational Earthquake Forecasting (OEF), Earthquake Early Warning (EEW) and the Rapid Response to Earthquakes (RRE), particularly when applying these systems in practice in Europe. The project will develop a flexible, extendable, robust and easy-to-use OEF/EEW/RRE system based on low-cost multi-sensor units and a cloud-based computer platform, which can be distributed as a fully-operational TURNkey product to public authorities (including search-and-rescue teams) and private companies (including operators of critical infrastructure). These developments will contribute to improved seismic resilience before, during and after a damaging earthquake and hence a reduction in losses.

 

The Research Associate will play a key role in this project, particularly within the work package “Physical and Systemic Vulnerability Estimation for Rapid Loss Prediction Updating”, which the University of Strathclyde participates, as well as providing support to the planned testbed implications of the project’s developments and contributing to other aspects of this project where required, e.g. through reviewing deliverables.

 

To be considered for this post, you will have a PhD in Earthquake Engineering or Seismic Risk Assessment, and/or equivalent relevant industrial experience. You should also have significant experience of Seismic Risk Assessment of Structures and experience of Operational Earthquake Forecasting, Earthquake Early Warning and/or Rapid Response to Earthquakes is desirable. With significant experience of programming languages such as Matlab and/or Python you will also have experience of numerical modelling of structural response to earthquakes. The post is based at the University of Strathclyde and involves travelling to regular meetings around Europe. With a developing ability to conduct individual research work, you should be able to disseminate results through excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to listen, engage and persuade, and to present complex information in an accessible way to a range of audiences. You should also be able to plan and organise your own workload and have demonstrable experience of working and contributing within a team environment.

 

John Douglas


Institution: Dom Luiz Institute - University of Beira Interior
Open Until: 2019-03-11

University of Beira Interior (Portugal) is opening in February-March 2019 a 36-month researcher position in seismology in the scope of the research project “SHAZAM - Seismicity and HAzards of the sub-saharian Atlantic Margin”. The project aims at investigating the role of asthenospheric dynamics in the intraplate deformation and seismicity of the Gulf of Guinea.

The researcher will take a key role in this project in 1) leading the strategy for maintaining and deploying new seismic stations in the Gulf of Guinea involving fieldwork, 2) contributing to the seismic hazard assessment in this intraplate region and 3) evaluating the seismic anisotropy.

Job Requirements: 
* A Ph.D. in Geophysics or seismology 
* Experience in seismicity analysis
* Proficiency in one or more programming languages

The researcher will closely collaborate with Dr. Susana Vilanova (IST Lisbon), Pr. João Fonseca (IST Lisbon), Dr. Graça Silveira (IDL/University of Lisbon). SHAZAM project will work in close collaboration with local and AfricaArray partners.

Important:
The application is open from 8 February to 11 March 2019, and is accessible using this link:  http://www.eracareers.pt/opportunities/index.aspx?task=showAnuncioOportunities&jobId=110532&idc=1. For more details please contact Stéphanie Dumont (sdumont@segal.ubi.pt). Applicants with doctoral degrees obtained in foreign countries need to be registered as holders of a doctoral degree. The presentation of the registration/recognition/equivalence certificate for the doctorate diploma is mandatory for the contract signature. 


Institution: University of Florida
Open Until: 2019-08-01

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Florida 

The Department of Geological Sciences at the University of Florida (geology.ufl.edu) invites applications for the position of Visiting Assistant Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences with an anticipated start date of August 16, 2019.  This is a full-time, nine-month, time-limited, non-tenure accruing position with the possibility of renewal for one additional academic year contingent on satisfactory performance, conduct, and funding.  Opportunities exist for summer employment at the University. The successful candidate will have completed a Ph.D. by August 15, 2019. We seek candidates whose research interests overlap with current faculty and show strong promise in research and teaching. For complete information about this position, including required qualifications and applications materials, please visit: http://apply.interfolio.com/59465. The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on February 15, 2019 and continue accepting applications until the position i!
s filled. Inquiries can be directed to the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Peter Adams (adamsp@ufl.edu).   

The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution 


Dear Geophysics community,

 

Geomatrix Earth Science LTD are looking to appoint a geophysicist within our sales and support department at our office in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire.  The position will be varied and requires knowledge of both near surface marine and terrestrial geophysical techniques and applications. 

 

Further information about the position and how to apply can be found in the attachment.

 

We ask that those who are interested in applying for the position submit their applications as soon as possible.

 

Kind regards

 

Matt Guy

Geomatrix Earth Science Ltd 

Registered office: 20 Eden Way, Leighton Buzzard, Beds LU7 4TZ

Registered in England number; 3343315

ISO 9001 accredited: FS 599203

www.geomatrix.co.uk   email: matt@geomatrix.co.uk

Tel: 01525 383438      Mob: 07814347839


 

I am looking for prospective PhD students willing to work under my supervision at the Department of Geosciences, University of Padua. The official application procedure is expected to start later in the spring, and candidates selected by our doctoral school would start their doctoral studies in the fall semester, 2019.

The thesis topic I am proposing is copied below; it would be co-supervised by Irene Molinari at INGV Bologna and Piero Poli at the University of Grenoble. The successful candidate will be fluent in English and/or Italian and will hold a master's degree in physics, acoustics, the earth sciences, or related disciplines. 

I would very much appreciate if you could diffuse this message to any potentially interested students, in your respective faculties. Interested students are encouraged to get in touch with me (lapo.boschi@unipd.it) at any time. 

Sincerely,
Lapo Boschi 

Broad-Band Time-Reversal Seismology

Supervisors: Lapo Boschi (Università di Padova),  Irene Molinari (INGV Bologna), Piero Poli (Università di Grenoble, Francia)

Efforts to image seismic rupture in space and time could provide a fundamental contribution to research in earthquake physics, but are hindered by the difficulty of determining a unique image from available data. Recent research shows that least-squares inversions of seismic and/or geodetic data lead to very non-unique, and thus unreliable solutions (Mai et al., 2016). The main alternative to least-squares inversion is currently the back-projection method, which however involves some fundamental simplifications that limit its effectiveness (e.g., Fukahata et al.2014). With this PhD thesis, we shall implement and validate an innovative method to map slip on a seismic fault, based on the concept of acoustic/seismic time reversal (e.g., Boschi et al., 2018), which does not suffer from the above limitations. 
The proposed method is designed to specifically take advantage of broadband (period from ~10 to 200s) surface-wave data. Surface waves have not been adequately exploited in rupture-imaging efforts so far. The wealth of currently under-utilised data that we will thus be able to employ is such that a breakthrough in the accuracy and resolution of seismic-source imaging can reasonably be expected. Both Love and Rayleigh waveform information will be used to constrain kinematic parameters describing the rupture. This will complement existing slip inversion methods, the majority of which are based on high frequency (~1Hz) seismic observations (body waves) or almost zero-frequency geodetic observations (GPS, Insar) but cannot benefit from the great wealth of information carried by surface-wave frequencies. Applications of our method will be aimed at large and very-large earthquakes, with faults significantly larger than typical Love and Rayleigh wavelengths. 
A feasibility test of the proposed method has already been successfully carried out by members of our team (Boschi et al., 2018). The selected PhD candidate will build on this preliminary work. Initially (months 1-12), existing software will be expanded, generalising to three dimensions the two-dimensional maps of slip obtained by the algorithm of Boschi et al. (2018). This effort will result in a first, international peer-reviewed publication. Next (months 13-20), the problem of translating the time-reversed displacement field to actual slip on a fault will be addressed via kinematic and dynamic inversions. Finally (months 21-32), our method will be applied to the study of seismic events that are usually not classified as earthquakes, i.e. so-called “slow-slip phenomena”. In particular, our surface-wave (and thus low-frequency) method should be particularly well suited to identify "very-low-frequency earthquakes" (e.g., Beroza and Ide, 2012), and the controversial slow-!
slip precursors first proposed by Ihmlé and Jordan (1994). Months 33-36 will be devoted to the redaction of the candidate's doctoral dissertation.

Biblliography
Beroza, G. C., and S. Ide (2011). Slow earthquakes and nonvolcanic tremor. http://dx.doi.org/10.1146/annurev-earth-040809-152531.
Boschi, L., I. Molinari, and M. Reinwald (2018). A simple method for earthquake location by surface-wave time-reversal. Geophys. J. Int., 215, 1--21, doi:10.1093/gji/ggy261.
Fukahata, Y., et al. (2014). Theoretical relationship between back-projection imaging and classical linear inverse solutions, Geophys. J. Int., 196, 552—559.
Ihmlé, P. F., and T. H. Jordan (1994). Search for Slow Precursors to Large Earthquakes, Science, 266, 1547—1551.
Mai, M., et al. (2016). The Earthquake-Source Inversion Validation (SIV) Project, Seism. Res. Lett., 87, 690—708.


The University of Pau-Pays de l’Adour (France) is seeking candidates to fill a full professor position in geophysics, opening this spring 2019. 

The professor will join the “Geological Reservoir Characterization” team of the LFCR (https://lfc.univ-pau.fr/en/organisation/presentation.html), and will teach at both licence and master level in the beautiful city of Pau. 

The full description of the position is joined to this email. 

Best regards,

Dr. Nicolas Beaudoin
Junior Chair E2S (https://e2s-uppa.eu/en/index.html)
LFCR - UPPA


 

Within the framework of the SEAFOOD projet (Seafloor Fiber Optic Observatory for Distributed measurements), funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR), we are seeking to appoint a Postdoctoral Researcher and a PhD student in the field of acoustics and/or seismology to work on marine applications of the cutting-edge technique of Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS), a new instrumental approach which has already demonstrated its large potential for the monitoring of a variety of processes in land.

DAS exploits the great sensitivity of optical fibers to acoustic perturbations to turn standard telecom cables into high density seismic arrays. The technology has been around for at least a decade and exploited in the oil and gas industry, yet there has been only a limited number of applications in Earth science. The aim of the project will be to develop its potential to provide new observations on the seafloor that advance our understanding of Earth-related processes. The exploitation of the DAS records, equivalent to an array of thousands of  sensors, will require the development of techniques for the identification and the reliable extraction of relevant signals.

You will join a dynamic group of scientists working on the approach with various applications such as seismology, marine geophysics, optics, crustal mechanics, and sedimentology.

The successful candidates are expected to have experience in signal processing and programming, to have good written and oral communication skills in English, and a result-oriented proactive attitude for publishing scientific results in top refereed journals. Knowledge of machine learning techniques will be considered a strong plus.

Postdoc details and application procedure

  • Candidate proposal will be examined until position is filled. The position can open as early as April 1st, 2019, and early start will be strongly appreciated.

  • The salary will be paid in accordance with the France CNRS criteria, and net income will be in the range of 2000-2800€/month depending on experience,

  • Duration will be 12 to 18 months, depending on experience and start of the position, with options for extension,

  • Proposal must be sent by e-mail to anthony.sladen<at>geoazur.unice.fr with e-mail subject "SEAFOOD Postdoc position". The proposal must contain: 1/ a motivation letter with proposed position starting date, 2/ a vitae, including at least 2 references with name, address, e-mail and professional relation, 3/ a brief description of your research activities, including the list of scientific publications and communications.

PhD details and application procedure

  • Applications will be examined until May 15, 2019 for a start of the positionOctober 1st, 2019,

  • The net salary will be in about 1400€/month for a contract of 3 years (36 months),

  • Proposal must be sent by e-mail to anthony.sladen<at>geoazur.unice.fr with e-mail subject "SEAFOOD PhD position". The proposal must contain: 1/ a motivation letter with proposed position starting date, 2/ a vitae, including at least 2 references with name, address, e-mail and professional relation.

Additional information

Geoazur is a large academic research unit focused on Earth science and located in Sophia-Antipolis, a leading European technology park, just outside the city of Nice. Geoazur is part of the University Côte d'Azur (UCA) and Observatory Côte d'Azur (OCA).

References on the topic

Jousset, P., Reinsch, T., Ryberg, T., Blanck, H., Clarke, A., Aghayev, R., ... & Krawczyk, C. M. (2018). Dynamic strain determination using fibre-optic cables allows imaging of seismological and structural features. Nature communications, 9(1), 2509.

Lindsey, N. J., Martin, E. R., Dreger, D. S., Freifeld, B., Cole, S., James, S. R., ... & Ajo-Franklin, J. B. (2017). Fiber-Optic Network Observations of Earthquake Wavefields. Geophysical Research Letters, 44(23), 11-792.



Institution: University of Texas at Dallas
Open Until: 2019-02-17

FACULTY POSITION IN STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY & TECTONICS, OR QUANTITATIVE BASIN ANALYSIS, STRATIGRAPHY & SEDIMENTOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF GEOSCIENCES

The Department of Geosciences (soon to be the Department of Earth, Energy, and Environment) at The University of Texas at Dallas is searching to fill a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor, in one of two broad fields. The areas of expertise are: structural geology/tectonics/geospatial analysis, or quantitative basin analysis/stratigraphy/sedimentology. The position is to be filled by August 2019 to start in the Fall 2019 semester.

Candidates for this position should have completed all requirements for a PhD by January 1, 2019, and are expected to have clearly demonstrated research interests and expertise in one of these two broad fields. Principal teaching requirements will include both undergraduate-level classes (e.g., structural geology or sedimentology/stratigraphy) and graduate level classes (e.g., tectonics, basin analysis, geospatial analysis, 3D seismic stratigraphy). A demonstrated ability to integrate a range of methods and data types is required, potentially including field-based observations, surface and subsurface investigations, incorporation of seismic and well data, and analytical or modeling approaches. The successful candidate will be expected to develop an internationally recognized research program and excel at teaching, mentoring, and service roles within the department, and should show strong potential (commensurate with experience) for securing external research funding.

Opportunities exist to build upon our collaborations with the energy, natural resources, and environmental sectors in areas that encompass exploration, characterization and monitoring, and fundamental Earth science research areas attractive for federal government grants (NSF, NASA, DOE, EPA, etc.). In addition, the successful candidate may play an important role in helping to establish the new Energy and Environment Science multidisciplinary MS program at UTD. The Department of Geosciences has strong undergraduate and graduate (MS and PhD) programs. UTD is a young and rapidly growing institution, ranked #16 in the world among universities less than 50 years old. It attracts very talented students (mean freshman SAT> 1250) with great diversity and is situated in a suburban area that is undergoing rapid growth. Applicants should submit a cover letter, academic CV, a research and teaching statement, and the names and contact information of five professional references via the o!
nline application process at:http://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/11363. Review of applications will commence February 1, 2019, and will continue until the position is filled. Questions about the position should be directed to either the Department Head, Professor John W. Geissman, geissman@utdallas.edu, or Professor David Lumley, Chair of the Search Committee, david.lumley@utdallas.edu

The University of Texas at Dallas is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, pregnancy, age, veteran status, genetic information or sexual orientation.



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