Job Opening

Post-Doctoral Fellow - Carbon Utilization and Seismic Characterization

Colorado School of Mines

Posted: 10/06/2020

Open Until: 01/01/2021

Seeking a Post -Doctoral Fellow in the area of Carbon Utilization and Seismic Reservoir Characterization. The successful candidate's responsibilities will be in two areas (half-time each) consisting of:

1) Support CCUS Project tasks: Assess existing geological data for potential CO2 storage reservoirs within Colorado including saline format ions, associated storage in EOR operations, and stacked storage. Identify critical data needs and assess, verify, and augment existing data in Colorado. Assess, verify, and analyze existing data on CO2 infrastructure and transport systems within Colorado. General technology transfer and dissemination of knowledge and collected data.

2) Research on Reservoir Characterization Project (RCP) topics: RCP is a well known (over 36 years) energy industry consortium with research topics ranging from fiber optics, machine learning, seismic acquisition, conventional and unconventional resources reservoir characterization (see rcp.mines.edu) . There will be opportunities to work on different project inside RCP. Good programming skills will be beneficial.

ABOUT MINES - Colorado School of Mines - Colorado's oldest public university -- is located in Golden, Colorado, in the foothills of the Rockies, 13 miles west of Denver and 21miles south of Boulder. The school's proximity to Denver and Boulder provides opportunities for significant collaboration with government labs and industry, as well as other universities in the U.S.

Open until filled

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