The Chair of Hydrogeomechanik at the Faculty of Geosciences is looking for a
The Earthquake Processes working group is hiring a postdoctoral researcher to work on research related to studying seismic and aseismic deformation in the Lower Rhine Embayment (LRE) as part of a collaborative project with the Fraunhofer IEG and RWE. The ideal candidate will conduct research related to imaging seismic velocity structure using seismic and Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) time series data, GNSS data, and to estimating the source properties of small earthquakes, including the distribution of seismicity through enhanced catalog building. The successful candidate should have proficient computational skills and experience in analyzing seismic ground motion data. Experience using DAS data is a plus. During the appointment, the candidate will have the opportunity to present their results at scientific conferences and to publish their results in peer-reviewed academic journals. In addition, they will have the opportunity to develop a professional network with industrial partners and grow professionally from interactions within the larger working group.
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