Research will examine zircons and melt inclusions from Hadean to Recent employing SIMS and correlative techniques for analysis of age and chemistry, including volatiles and stable isotopes. Previous experience with one or more of the following areas is required: igneous geochemistry, stable and radiogenic isotopes, zircons, SIMS, SEM, EPMA, or mass-spectrometry.
Please submit by e-mail: a cover letter, reprints of papers, and CV with the contact information of 3 or more references to John Valley, Dept. of Geoscience at email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed starting March 15 and will be accepted until positions are filled.
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Funding available up to 3 years from ERC Synergy grant, Monitoring Earth Evolution through Time (MEET). Download description at:
Previous experience with one or more of the following areas is required: igneous geochemistry, stable and radiogenic isotopes, zircons, SIMS, SEM, EPMA, or mass-spectrometry.
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The University of Wisconsin is a large research university. The Department of Geoscience has approximately 20 faculty, 60 graduate students and 30 post-docs & research staff. The department is housed in its own dedicated building with significant instrumentation for geochemical research including 8 mass-spectrometers (TIMS, SIMS, ICP-MS, gas-source), 2 electron microprobes, a SEM, and other labs. The department is ranked #5 in the US by US News & World Reports for its program in Geochemistry.