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Two postdoc Positions, one PhD student – EarthCube Geochronology & Cyberinformatics University of Wisconsin-Madison Departments of Geoscience and Geography
We seek two postdocs and a PhD student to join a new NSF EarthCube (https://earthcube.org) project aimed at addressing a ‘grand challenge’ in the Earth sciences: to seamlessly blend geochronological information into an integrated four-dimensional digital Earth so that we may fully understand dynamic Earth system evolution through time. We envision that these postdocs will work as a team with the PIs during the 3 year tenure of this grant. We recognize that few applicants for these positions will have all skills equally developed; as such, cross-training is part of the project goal for all participants.
The complete advertisement is at: https://geoscience.wisc.edu/geoscience/two-postdocs-one-phd-student-earthcube-geochronology-and-cyberinformatics-uw-madison/
WiscAr commissions 193 nm excimer UV laser for in situ dating
Brad Singer is Science Editor for The Geological Society of America Bulletin
New paper on performance of WiscAr Noblesse multi-collector mass spectrometer
Brian Jicha recieves Editors award for excellence in reviewing from AGU
This award is for providing an outstanding review for the AGU journal G-cubed. Congratulations Brian!
Allen Schaen receives GSA Student Research Grant
Allen was awarded a grant from GSA for his project: 4-dimensional insights into silicic magma reservoir dynamics from young Southern Andean plutons. Congratulations Allen!
‘Its About Time’: Challenges and Opportunities facing geochronology brought into focus for the NSF. Get the document here: Geochronology Report 2015
Brad Singer helped prepare a document for the National Science Foundation that highlights the challenges and opportunities faced by geochronologists. A link to the document can be found here: Geochronology Report 2015