Assistant Professor in Geophysics - Boise State University
Boise State University, powered by creativity and innovation, stands uniquely positioned in the Northwest as a metropolitan research university of distinction. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for the position of a tenure track faculty position in geophysics to be filled at the level of Assistant Professor. Boise State's Department of Geosciences has an internationally recognized program in near-surface geophysics with active research programs in the fields of hydrogeophysics, inverse theory, seismic/acoustic/electromagnetic wave propagation, engineering geophysics, volcanology and cryospheric science. The Boise Hydrogeophysical Research Site, Dry Creek Experimental Watershed, excellent computational facilities, an extensive pool of field equipment, and our newly completed Environmental Research Building, provide state-of-the-art field and interior lab facilities to support research in our dynamic academic community. We encourage applications from individuals with strengths that complement existing expertise in geophysics and potential for collaboration. For more information please visit https://cgiss.boisestate.edu/%7Epm/FacultySearch/
Assistant Professorship Seismology - LMU Munich
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (Geophysics Section) at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany, is seeking applications from enthusiastic young researchers for an assistant professorship in seismology. The successful candidate is aiming for an academic career and expected to hold a Ph.D. in Earth or related sciences with experience in seismological research, to develop his/her own research profile and cooperate with and/or complement the ongoing Earth Science activities. These include the development of forward modelling and inversion tools for seismic wave propagation, rotational motions in seismology, seismic hazard, geodynamics, volcanology and others. The successful candidate is expected to supervise graduate students and teach courses in basic seismology. Munich Geophysics also runs a seismic network in Bavaria with a special focus on the study of externally forced swarmquakes. For more information please visit http://www.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de or email Prof. Dr. Heiner Igel at Heiner.Igel@lmu.de.