Job Opening

Funded PhD studentship in seismology

University of Leeds (UK

Posted: 04/22/2022

Open Until: 06/26/2022

We have a funded opportunity at the University of Leeds (UK) for a PhD studentship to start in October 2022. The student will work on “Mapping the properties of the subduction megathrust using seismic data”, supervised by myself, Prof. Sebastian Rost (Univ. Leeds), and Dr. Marianne Metois (Univ. Lyon). Full details, including how to apply can be found at: [url=https://phd.leeds.ac.uk/project/1179-mapping-the-coupling-properties-of-the-subduction-megathrust-using-seismic-data]https://phd.leeds.ac.uk/project/1179-mapping-the-coupling-properties-of-the-subduction-megathrust-using-seismic-data[/url].

This project is funded by the Leverhulme Trust. This studentship is fully funded for 4 years, covering stipend and fees, and applications are open to both UK and international students. The project would particularly suite candidates with a background in geophysics, quantitative geology, or solid-Earth physics.

Please pass this advertisement on to anyone who may be interested. Potential applicants are welcome to contact me at t.j.craig@leeds.ac.uk with any questions, and to discuss applications. Review of applications will begin immediately, and last until a suitable candidate has been found.

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