Geothermal research position available in the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies and co-funded by the Geological Survey
The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies have a position available for a postdoctoral researcher funded by the Geological Survey Ireland, Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland and the Irish Research Council. The project will focus on developing a robust and unique model of temperature within Ireland's crust and to produce a 3D temperature atlas of the country using existing geothermal data together with other geophysical, geological and petrological data sets. A fundamental goal of the project is to increase public awareness of geothermal energy, focusing and encouraging geothermal resource exploration and assisting in the development of public policy on geothermal energy exploration, mapping, planning and exploitation. For further information please see document.