Job opening: Assistant Professor in low temperature geochemistry

The Faculty of Geoscience and the Environment of the University of Lausanne wishes to fill the post of Assistant Professor, full-time with tenure track, in low temperature geochemistry within its Institute of Earth Sciences.

This post is aimed at a researcher in natural sciences within the field of Earth Sciences. The Faculty wishes to prioritise the engagement of an academic scientist, working in the field of low temperature geochemistry, and with interest in the use of in situ microanalysis. In order to support the development of our national experimental facility SwissSIMS, leadership of UNIL’s secondary ion microprobe facility is expected in due course.

Application deadline: 24th November 2017 (23:59 Swiss time GMT +1)

Full job description and application here.

2 GSA abstracts

Möller A., Premo W.R., Baumgartner L.P., Siron G., Kooijman E., Kelly N.  (2017) Paleoproterozoic crustal growth in the central US: Hf and oxygen isotope evidence from magmatic zircon in the Yavapai province of North-Central Colorado. GSA abstracts

Dutrow B., Marger K., Putlitz B., Henry D.J., Baumgartner L.P., Siron G., Bouvier A-S. (2017) In-situ oxygen isotope study of tourmaline and quartz: insights into the prograde temperature history. GSA abstracts