Job Opening

Ph.D. Student Opportunity in Antarctic Volcano Seismology

Colorado State University

Posted: 09/26/2019

Open Until: 11/26/2019

The Department of Geosciences at Colorado State University is seeking a Ph.D. student in NSF-supported volcano seismology focusing on magmatic and eruptive activity at Mount Erebus volcano, Antarctica.

The student will play an integrated role in advanced seismic structural and source studies on the volcano in association with colleagues at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks and the University of Texas, El Paso.

Candidates should have a solid background in seismology and facility with managing seismological data, coupled with a strong interest in multidisciplinary volcano geophysics.

This opportunity is available in January 2020, but may start as late as August 2020.

Interested students should contact principal investigator Rick Aster (rick.aster@colostate.edu) for further information.

General information for prospective Graduate students in the Department of Geosciences is available at: https://warnercnr.colostate.edu/geosciences/graduate-study/prospective-students-2/

Professor of Geophysics and Department Head
Geosciences Department
322E NR Building
Warner College of Natural Resources
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1482
(970) 491-7606 (Office)
(970) 491-7826 (Department Office)
(505) 459-4596 (Cell)
(970) 491-6307 (Fax)

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