Graduate Opportunites in Geochemistry
Dr. Alan P. Dickin, Professor
Dr. Sang-Tae Kim, Assistant Professor
McMaster Research group for Stable Isotopologues (MRSI) is looking for highly motivated and independent students who are interested in pursuing an M.Sc. or Ph.D. in stable isotope geochemistry.
The group's current research focuses on (1) the development of paleo-environment proxies, (2) paleoclimate reconstruction, (3) sulfur isotope geochemistry, and (4) analyses of archaeological materials. Formal applications are usually due by mid-January, but prospective students are encouraged to contact Dr. Sang-Tae Kim all year round.
Dr. Maureen Padden, Assistant Professor
Dr. W. Jack Rink, Professor
Dr. Greg Slater, Professor, Canada Research Chair
Research opportunities exist in several research areas for both M.Sc. and Ph.D. candidates.
If you are interested in environmental issues and in the protection and remediation of contamination with the goal of protecting human health and the environment, or are interested in helping to generate a better understanding of the cycling of carbon and the biosignatures of life on earth as they pertain to astrobiology, or if you have another interest which you think multiple isotope techniques can help with, contact Greg.
There are opportunities for undergraduate thesis projects for the 2010 academic year. Contact Greg for more information.
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