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Research and development on geophysical techniques for the exploration of seafloor and sub-seafloor methane hydrate (GEORESENV-X)

Type C (Specially appointed position) 

  • AIST seeks research scientists who have sufficient expertise for joining R&D projects AIST is trusted by finantial institutions.
  • Applicants should possess, or be scheduled to earn, a doctoral degree before the day of employment. Applicants with equivalent qualification are also welcome for application.
  • Exclusive working duty is imposed on successful applicants, since the job opportunities are sponsored by financial institutions. Several restrictions on research activities may be applied.
  • Tenure is generally 2-5 years, and this job opportunity is not tenure-track.

Following is the list of job opportunities which are now open for recruitment.
 

Entry ID
GEORESENV-X
Title Research and development on geophysical techniques for the exploration of seafloor and sub-seafloor methane hydrate
Details of Job Opportunity We welcome applicants with advanced knowledge and experiences on research and development of geophysical exploration techniques for the survey of seafloor topography and geological structure in the area where methane hydrate exists in the shallow subsurface.  Applicants are expected to work on the research and development related to survey design, data acquisition, analysis, and interpretation that contribute to the understanding of seafloor topography, marine sediments, and high-resolution image of shallow geological structures.
Startinf Date April 1st, 2020
Period of Employment
3 years (Until March 31st, 2023)
If the project will continue after April 1st, 2023, the period of employment could be renewed until March 31.st, 2024.
Research Unit
(Location)
Research Institute for Geo-Resources and Environment
(at AIST Tsukuba)
URL https://unit.aist.go.jp/georesenv/index_en.htm
Inquiry
e-mail:  gsj-koubo-ml*aist.go.jp
(Please replace "*" with "@".)
Tel: +81-29-861-7639
Number of Position 1
Research Areas Earth and Planetary Science/Civil, Architectural and Resource Engineering/Applied Physics and Engineering Sciences

 

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