PhD in Seismology and Geodynamics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

[INFO] PhD in Seismology and Geodynamics, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Posted by: “Joehary….”   joe_jauhary_arifin
Mon Jul 30, 2007 11:13 am (PST)
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The Geophysics Institute at ETH-Zurich invites applications for two
Ph.D. student positions in seismology and geodynamics. The successful
candidates will study regional-scale seismic tomography, including
its implications for geodynamics, applied to Europe and the
mediterranean basin. This research project emphasizes application of
innovative techniques in seismology, including finite-frequency
(“banana-doughnut”) tomography, and interferometric analysis of
seismic ambient noise. Advisors will be Prof. Eduard Kissling and Dr.
Lapo Boschi, in collaboration with Dr. Alberto Michelini (INGV Roma,

Our institute is a diverse environment emphasizing multidisciplinary
interactions. A wide variety of graduate level courses in the Earth
Sciences are o ered. Please visit the Seismology and Geodynamics web
page, at or contact Dr. L. Boschi for further information.

Complete applications must include statement of personal interests,
curriculum vitae and names and addresses of two references, and
should be sent to Dr. L. Boschi (paper form accepted, electronic form
preferred). We will start reviewing applications at the end of
August, and plan to interview candidates before the end of October,

Education requirements: Completion of undergraduate studies in
physical/mathematical sciences, computer sciences, or earth sciences.

ETH is an equal-opportunity and nondiscriminating employer.

Contact address:
Dr. Lapo Boschi
Institut fuer Geophysik
ETH Hoenggerberg (HPP)
CH-8093 Z¨urich

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