Job Opening

Grad student & post-doc opportunities in computational studies of mid-ocean ridges

University of Hawaii

Posted: 11/01/2019

Open Until: 01/15/2020

*Graduate Student and Post-doc Opportunities in Computational
Geophysical Studies of Mid-Ocean Ridges*

Two individuals (graduate students and/or post-docs) are sought to join
a research team led by Boston College and the University of Hawaii-USA,
collaborating with scientists from ENS Paris-France and University of
Mainz-Germany, in carrying out high-performance computer simulations of
the 4-D interaction of faulting and magmatism at mid-ocean ridge
segments near transform and non-transform offsets. We seek individuals
with strong backgrounds in math and physics, experience in computer
modeling, good writing skills, and keen interests in geophysical
research. Contact Prof. Garrett Ito, and Prof. Mark
Behn,  Graduate-student applications are January 10
(BC) and January 15 (UH); post-doctoral applications are due soon

Garrett Apuzen-Ito
Professor, Dept. of Earth Sciences
1680 East-West Rd., POST 810
University of Hawaii
Honolulu, HI 96822

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