[unav_all] Berkeley Seismo Lab - Researcher or Project Scientist with focus on geodetic networks and research

Richard Allen rallen at berkeley.edu
Thu Dec 11 10:41:25 MST 2014


Researcher or Project Scientist with focus on geodetic networks and research

UC Berkeley Seismology Laboratory



The Berkeley Seismological Laboratory (BSL) will be conducting a search for
a scientist to manage the Bay Area Regional Deformation (BARD) geodetic
network and engage in additional research activities.   The available
position could be filled as a Researcher or Project Scientist depending on
the qualifications and research goals of the applicant.  Within either
series, the successful candidate will be appointed at the Assistant,
Associate, or Full title based on professional achievement and experience.

The specific activities will depend on the interests of the individual but
might include the use of GNSS, seismic and InSAR data to develop models of
active deformation in northern California.  The position is funded by a
combination of internal and external sources and includes research projects
funded by federal agencies (USGS, NASA and NSF), and others. This research
is focused on rapid, real-time earthquake information (earthquake early
warning), the characterization of earthquake hazard in the region based on
long-term deformation, and on furthering the understanding of the mechanics
of time dependent tectonic processes. Project updates and research results
will be reported to the sponsors and published in peer-reviewed research
journals.

Additional information is available here:
http://earthquakes.berkeley.edu/seismo.positions.html

We anticipate that the position will be listed online in late December and
review of applications will begin in January and continue until the
position is filled.

Additional information can also be obtained from Prof. Richard Allen, BSL
Director (rallen at berkeley.edu), Prof. Roland Bürgmann (
burgmann at seismo.berkeley.edu), or Dr. Peggy Hellweg, BSL Operations Manager
(peggy at seismo.berkeley.edu).  All will be attending the AGU Fall Meeting.



Richard M. Allen
Director, Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Professor, Dept. Earth & Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley
http://earthquakes.berkeley.edu/~rallen/
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