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Dear Colleagues, The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies invites applications for one Ph.D. and one Postdoctoral position in seismology. The positions are in the seismology group at DIAS that has an active research programme in regional and global seismic imaging, waveform and array tomography and lithospheric dynamics. The positions are part of a large new project that will deploy broadband, ocean-bottom seismometers in the North Atlantic, across the vast Irish offshore, giving the success… [more]
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The Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Saint Louis University seeks MS and PhD candidates for graduate studies in Geoscience with a concentration in Geophysics. Geophysics faculty are interested in applying the tools of seismology to study deep earthquakes, regional tectonics, and earthquake hazards. Prospective students should have a strong quantitative background in geophysics, mathematics, physics, and programming. Financial support is available through TA and RA positions… [more]
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Washington University in St. Louis is seeking applicants for a post-doctoral research position in seismology to analyze seismological data from projects in Antarctica, Patagonia and/or Pacific subduction zones. The focus of the position will be applying various analysis techniques to constrain the three-dimensional seismological structure of the crust and mantle using broadband seismic data. Ability to assist with fieldwork will be beneficial. A PhD in seismology, geophysics or a related… [more]
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The Global Seismology group at the University of Calgary seeks graduate students who are interested in pursing degrees in geoscience at the Ph.D. and Masters levels. Active projects within the Global Seismology group study crustal and upper mantle structures that range in scale from focused natural resource exploration to global tectonics. Students in the program will have the opportunity to undertake research projects involving a range of topics. Current projects include the evolution of th… [more]
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doug@wustl.edu
2017-11-07 04:17:36
PhD student fellowships in seismology are available in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University in St Louis. Research topics include earth structure beneath ice sheets and relationship to ice dynamics, cryoseismicity, and the structure and seismicity of Pacific subduction zones. Students would likely participate in fieldwork, including funded projects in Antarctica and Southern Patagonia. Graduate program information and admission details can be found at: https… [more]
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