Job – PostDoc research fellow, computational and applied geophysics, University of Oslo

Job – PostDoc research fellow, computational and applied geophysics, University of Oslo University of Oslo, Norway (source: flickr/ Dan Lundberg, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 21 Jan 2021

For a new project to explore the geothermal potential of the Baia Mare region in Romania, the Department of Geosciences at the University of Oslo in Norway is seeking to fill a position of a postdc research fellow.

An open position as Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CEED, the Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo has been published. Starting date is as soon as possible.

The appointment is a fulltime position and is for a period of two years.

The successful candidate will join a team of geophysicists and a new project exploring the geothermal potential of Baia Mare region situated in the Eastern Carpathian Mountains, Romania. The project will use new and existent geophysical, geochemical and hydrogeological data for imaging and modelling in detail the geological structure and for assessing its geothermal potential. This is a collaboration with University of Bucharest (Romania), and the project is funded by the EEA grants scheme.

The postdoctoral fellow is expected to work with the new magnetotelluric data (MT) and seismic data planned to be collected in summer/autumn 2021. In addition, she/he will be part of a team that will built a regional 3D lithospheric model using various geoscientific data.

The main purpose of a postdoctoral fellowship is to provide the candidates with enhanced skills to pursue a scientific top position within or beyond academia. To promote a strategic career path, all postdoctoral research fellows are required to submit a professional development plan no later than one month after commencement of the postdoctoral period.

For details on qualification requirements etc, see the full job posting via the link below.

Source: Jobb Norge