Dr. Tom Birren successfully defended his PhD thesis, “Experimental analysis of semi-brittle deformation: Implications for deformation dynamics.” Tom has been at Iowa State since 2016, and it is hard to imagine the lab without him! We wish him the best of luck on his next adventure.
The structure lab at ISU is looking for a graduate student at the MS level to join the team in 2022. If you are interested in working on an experimental approach to tackle problems related to friction and motion of faults, contact Jacqueline Reber via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are a welcoming and dynamic group that … Continue reading Seeking applicants for 2022!
Please find more information and a link to the application page here: Application link This is a full-time research position with an appointment of one year with the option for renewal up to a total of three years, pending performance and funding. The deadline for applications is January 30 2020. Start date: spring/summer 2020.
The Iowa State Structure Lab is accepting applicants for Master’s or PhD work. The department website has instructions for the application process. Contact email@example.com for more information on our lab and potential research projects.
In February, Dr. Alan Chapman from Macalester College brought his Structural Geology class to our lab in Ames using support from the UMass Analog Modeling group. The students got to experience hands on modeling work with the research group here at ISU and our group benifitted from new insights and energy from the undergraduate students. … Continue reading Macalester Visit