Pseudodifferential Operator Theory and Seismic Imaging
The University of Calgary node of the Mprime NCE project on Pseudodifferential Operators and Seismic Imaging (POTSI) in conjunction with the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, invites applications for one or two postdoctoral fellowships. The deadline for these applications is 30 November 2010. Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent (or expect to receive a Ph.D. by December 31,2011) and be within three years of their Ph.D. at the time of nomination.
Fellowship start date: 01 July 2011
Fellowship end date: 30 June 2013
Salary: $40,000 CAD per annum
Candidates should have excellent skills in applied mathematics and/or geophysics. Specific training and experience in any of the areas of partial differential equations, applied harmonic analysis, acoustic and elastic wave equations, numerical methods, computation skills, geophysical imaging, inverse theory, and signal analysis would all be assets.
Successful applicants will become de facto members of the POTSI research project (which includes mathematicians and geophysicists at the University of Calgary, University of Montreal, and York University) and will work with one or more of the following University of Calgary researchers:
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