[unav_all] Post-doc at Indiana University

Kaj Johnson kaj at seismo.berkeley.edu
Mon Dec 19 11:32:04 MST 2005


Please pass on the attached announcement to any colleagues or
students who may be interested.

Thanks very much for your assistance.

Kaj Johnson
Indiana University


Postdoctoral Associate in Geodynamics/Lithosphere Deformation/Active Tectonics. 

Indiana University Department of Geological Sciences announces a one-year post-doctoral position beginning Spring through Fall, 2006. We are seeking a capable research scientist with interests in any of the broadly defined areas of crustal deformation, fault mechanics, lithosphere dynamics, volcano deformation, or active tectonics. The scientist may take part in a project investigating lithosphere rheology and fault slip rates in southern California, or another project better suited for the scientist's skills and interests. Requirements include a Ph.D. degree in geophysics or geology. Preference will be given to candidates with strong computational skills or experience with GPS or InSAR data processing or modeling of crustal deformation. The appointment is for one year, with reappointment subject to available funding.  Applicants should forward a curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, and name and email addresses of three references to kaj at geology.indiana.edu. The position will remain open until filled.  Indiana University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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