[Myres_all] Oxford postdoctoral position in Subduction-zone Geodynamics

This position is based at the University of Oxford in the research group of Prof Richard Katz (http://ift.tt/1Crw8mH). It is co-supervised by Dr. John Rudge of the University of Cambridge and includes potential collaborations at the University of Waterloo, Canada, and the Rice University, Texas.

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Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Department of Earth Sciences at the University of Oxford. The project is funded for two and a half years by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) as part of the Mantle Volatiles Consortium. It is aimed at developing and interpreting numerical models of coupled magma/mantle flow, thermal and chemical transport in subduction zones.

The successful candidate will be responsible for working in a team to develop finite-element based numerical simulations of two-phase flow, volatile-enriched melting, and geochemical transport in subduction zones. S/he must be able to interpret model behavior in terms of comparisons with a broad range of relevant, published, chemical and physical observations. S/he should be prepared to interact with geophysicists, geologists and geochemists who have related interests, and should be eager to communicate results at international scientific meetings and publish in peer-reviewed scientific journals.

Candidates must have a PhD in the Earth sciences, mathematics or physics, including but not limited to geophysics and geodynamics. Knowledge and/or experience in development of finite-element based models is desirable; experience with numerical modeling more generally is required. Candidates should be ambitious and motivated; they should be able to effectively manage their work-load.

For further details of the responsibilities/duties, please see job description. This is a fixed term position for 2.5 years. Candidates should apply online by 12 noon on Friday 14 August 2015. Interviews will be held in mid-September 2015.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online. To apply for this role and for further details, including the job description and selection criteria, please click on the link below:

http://ift.tt/1CrwaLo

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