Thread: Postdoctoral Fellow in DAS and Observational Seismology at ANU

Started: 2021-12-13 00:18:03
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Postdoctoral Fellow in DAS and Observational Seismology at ANU

We are seeking to hire a postdoctoral fellow who specializes in Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS)
at the ANU.

Position Overview

The Postdoctoral Fellow will join the Geophysics Area within the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES). Based at the Australian National University, RSES 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. 

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

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Application Information
Applications close: 14 Jan 2022 11:55:00 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time

Classification: Academic Level A
Salary package: $74,775 – $93,855 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Continuing Contingent Funded (3 years)

* Excellent employer superannuation contributions
* Generous leave entitlements
* On campus childcare facilities
* Support network and mentoring program for early career academics

For more information about this position please contact Professor Meghan Miller E: meghan.miller<at><meghan.miller<at>> or T: 02 6125 3073.

Professor Meghan S. Miller

Research School of Earth Sciences

The Australian National University

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