Staff Scientist position at the Department of Mineralogy and Petrography of the Natural History Museum Vienna (NHM)
Announcement of a staff scientist position at the Department of Mineralogy and Petrography of the Natural History Museum Vienna (NHM) in petrology with a focus on meteorite research
Requirements: university degree (doctorate level) in earth sciences (petrography, mineralogy, or geochemistry); several years of post-doctoral research experience mainly in meteorite studies, as documented by peer-reviewed international publications; knowledge of modern petrologic, mineralogic, and geochemical analytical methods (e.g., electron microscopy, trace element analysis, isotope geochemistry); record of performing and completing research projects; organizational talent and team work; detailed knowledge of computer applications; excellent knowledge of German and English, willingness to participate in curatorial work (meteorite and rock collection), exhibitions and outreach activities. Demonstrated success in obtaining research funding is desirable.
For further information, contact Dr. Franz Brandstätter at the Department of Mineralogy and Petrography of the NHM), firstname.lastname@example.org, and send your application (curriculum vitae, scientific interests and activities, list of publications, names and complete contact information of two academic references) in the form of a single complied PDF file no later than May 17, 2013 by e-Mail to Dr. Brandstätter.
At the University of Oslo we have recently started a new Centre for
Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED, www.mn.uio.no/ceed/english/). The
following positions are currently open for applications:
Research associate in computational mineralogy and mineral physics
Research associate in paleoclimate modelling
Five PhD Research Fellowships in the following fields:
Deep Earth mineralogy and mineral physics
Numerical modelling of mantle convection
Geological Processes and Earth Crises
Global subduction systems
or Evolution of oceanic regions, paleo-circulation and climate
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