[unav_all] InSAR post-doc at Australian National University

Phil Cummins phil.cummins at gmail.com
Tue Dec 14 23:52:11 MST 2010

The Australian National University's Research School of Earth Sciences has recently secured funding for several post-doctoral postions in the fields of earthquake hazard (seismology and geodesy) and data inference. Role descriptions and durations of these appointments are as follows:

1. Megathrust Earthquakes (2 years). Develop and apply earthquake rupture imaging techniques using multiple data types.
2. Earthquake Seismology/Seismometers in Schools (3 years). Combine research in the source properties of Indonesian earthquakes with leadership of an Australian Seismometers in Schools program.
3. Tectonic Geodesist (2.5 years). Develop and apply advanced space-geodetic techniques (InSAR) to detecting strain accumulation signatures on crustal faults in Indonesia.
4. Geophysical inverse theory and applications (3 years). Develop new approaches to nonlinear inversion with specific applications to seismology.
We seek highly motivated individuals with PhDs in relevant fields such as seismology, geodesy, or geophysics; excellent oral and written communication skills; and an ability to work both independently and as part of a collaborative team. A strong publication record is highly desirable.
For further information about these positions, please contact Phil Cummins (phil.cummins at anu.edu.au), Paul Tregoning, (paul.tregoning at anu.edu.au), or Malcolm Sambridge (malcolm.sambridge at anu.edu.au) regarding positions 1-2, 3 and 4, respectively (They are at AGU this week and can be contacted there via email or the Career Center). Please refer to http://jobs.anu.edu.au/ for application procedures - see positions A626-10LL, A627-10LL and A628-10LL. Closing date 31 Jan, 2011.
The ANU promotes equality and values diversity, and welcomes applications from individuals who will enhance our diversity balance.

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