Post-Doctoral Fellows

Research Fellow (Earthquakes & Tectonics)

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) invite applications for a Research Fellow with expertise in numerical modeling as applied to active tectonics to participate in research on faults and earthquakes around Southeast Asia.

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Research Fellow (Modelling Urban Biodiversity)

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Asian School of the Environment (ASE) invites applications for a Research Fellow in an interdisciplinary environment and have a genuine interest in working on the topic of urban biodiversity in Asia-Pacific.

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Research Fellow (Nature-based solutions in informal settlements in Asia-Pacific)

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Asian School of the Environment (ASE) invites applications for the position of Research Fellow who have a genuine interest in working on the topic of informal settlements in Asia-Pacific.

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Research Fellow (Monitoring Recovery)

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) invites applications for the position of Research Fellow who will join a dynamic, expanding research group that investigates the complex impact that natural hazards have on society

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Research Fellow 3D Geological Modeling - Earthquakes/Volcanoes

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) invites applications for the position of Research Fellow with demonstrable expertise in application of geophysical and 3D geological modeling to participate in research on the connections between tectonics, earthquake processes, and volcanism around Southeast Asia.

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Research Fellow (Analogue Modelling)

The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) invites applications for the position of Research Fellow to investigate volcanic processes combining monitoring and experimental approaches. This will involve the quantitative analysis of analogue experiments design to understand conduit processes.

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