Postdoc in Crustal Deformation or Geodetic Data Analysis at the University of Kansas

Noel Bartlow noel.bartlow at
Thu Jan 21 16:26:03 UTC 2021

*University of Kansas Postdoctoral Researcher: Geophysics Specializing in
Geodetic Data Analysis in the Department of Geology*. The University of
Kansas Department of Geology is seeking a talented and innovative
postdoctoral scholar in Geophysics, specializing in crustal deformation,
geodesy, or analysis of geodetic data applied to tectonic and earthquake
problems. Experience identifying signals in noisy data and inverting data
to produce models using a variety of techniques is desired. The specific
research topic is open and will be chosen based on the mutual interests of
the postdoctoral scholar and the supervisor. Access to high-performance
computing resources is available through the KU Center for Research

The postdoctoral scholar will be supervised by Assistant Professor Noel M.
Bartlow. The position will involve research, publication, and presentation
of research at relevant scientific meetings.

For more information and to apply please see the job listing at Application
deadline is February 1, 2021.  The University of Kansas is located in
beautiful Lawrence, KS, a college town that provides an affordable
lifestyle just 45 minutes from Kansas City.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <>

More information about the unav_all mailing list