[unav_all] Postdoc in Volcano Seismology at the University of South Florida

Diana Roman droman at cas.usf.edu
Mon Oct 19 16:37:04 MDT 2009


Postdoctoral fellowship in volcano seismology at the University of South
Florida

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department
of Geology at the University of South Florida, to study signals and
mechanisms of aseismic magma ascent at Redoubt Volcano, Alaska, using a
variety of seismological techniques including the analysis of shear-wave
splitting and ambient noise. The postdoctoral fellow will also
participate in the development of a new set of codes for efficient
measurement and analysis of crustal stress fields in the vicinity of
active or restless volcanoes. Candidates should have a background in
volcano seismology, volcano geodesy, or earthquake seismology, and
experience with signal processing/time series analysis, preferably in
Matlab. Experience with Java and/or Fortran programming is a plus but
not essential. The postdoctoral fellow will have primary responsibility
for data analysis and interpretation, and will collaborate closely with
colleagues at USF and the USGS Alaska Volcano Observatory. 

The position is funded for a total of 16 months at a salary level of
$47,000 per year. Applicants must be able to start work in June 2010,
and must have completed a Ph.D. before beginning the position. Please
apply by sending (by post or email) a cover letter briefly summarizing
your research interests and fit for the position along with a CV,
publication list, and contact information for three professional
references. Review of applications will begin on December 1, 2009. 

Please direct all inquiries and application materials to: 

Dr. Diana Roman
Department of Geology
University of South Florida
4202 E. Fowler Ave, SCA 528
Tampa, FL 33620
droman at cas.usf.edu

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