The geodynamics lab at Syracuse University in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences is looking for a PhD student to join the group with a focus on coupling geodynamic models of continental rifting with landscape evolution models. The successful candidate should possess a BSc/MSc degree in Geophysics/Earth Science/Physics, or a related field, with a strong mathematical background and have an interest in computational models of geodynamic and geomorphic processes. Desired qualifications include some experience with geodynamic or landscape evolution modeling, proficiency in at least one programming language and prior research experience. The start date for this position is January 2022 (preferred) or August 2022. Interested candidates should directly contact Prof. Robert Moucha (thecollege.syr.edu/people/faculty/moucha-robert). Information on our graduate program can be found at thecollege.syr.edu/earth-sciences-department/graduate-programs-earth-sciences.
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