The Geophysics Group at Los Alamos National Laboratory is looking for a creative, experienced professional scientist to join our interdisciplinary team to take a leadership role in research to detect and characterize clandestine nuclear explosions using multi-phenomenology explosion monitoring (MultiPEM) approaches. The position offers the opportunity for challenging, professional collaborations on multi-disciplinary teams.
We have a need for a scientist with expertise in one or more of; explosion or seismic source characterization, source effects on wave propagation, seismic analysis, infrasound acoustics, non-seismic methods such as gravity, electrical and electromagnetic techniques, ground penetrating radar, etc. Projects range from energy development to national security applications, with many emphasizing multiphenomenology monitoring and assessment (i.e., MultiPEM). Experience is sought in theoretical development, modeling, or data analysis using these techniques to solve a variety of earth science problems. We are also interested in individuals with a strong statistics background who can work with multidisciplinary teams with chemists, mathematicians, and other scientific disciplines.
For more information on specific requirements, salary, and to apply for the position, go the LANL web site (www.lanl.gov) and search for position IRC19512