"Come visit our Booth for an informative introduction to earth science and engineering at KAUST. We look forward to talking with you!"
Dr. Martin Mai is the Faculty Chair of Earth Science and Engineering and the Associate Dean of the Physical Science and Engineering Division at KAUST.
Mai's research interests include the physics of earthquakes and the resulting complexity of earthquake phenomena.
The faculty of Earth Science and Engineering is housed in the Physical Science and Engineering Division. In their research they apply experimental and numerical methods to study physical and chemical processes in the atmosphere, the oceans, the subsurface and in the deep Earth. The work of students and scientists in Earth Science and Engineering addresses important problems related to oil recovery, mapping renewable energy resources, and quantifying and understanding geological and tectonic processes of the Earth. They then transform their fundamental research into applications related to quantitative hazard assessment (natural and human-induced), modern reservoir applications (description, engineering and management) environmental safety and sustainable economic development.
The Faculty of Earth Science and Engineering at KAUST is recruiting outstanding, multinational Faculty, Postdoctoral Fellows, Research Scientists and Staff to help one of the world's finest teaching and research institutions fulfill its educational and research missions.
To be competitive, we are hiring solely on the basis of merit, and will offer an attractive base pay augmented with benefits that compare favorably with the best global private and public institutions.
We invite qualified applicants to apply for faculty positions at all ranks (Assistant, Associate and Full Professor)
We develop deep scientific and engineering capabilities through post-graduate education underpinned by cutting-edge research. Our students contribute to the research environment through their work with our outstanding faculty and access to unrivaled facilities designed to further their educational horizons. Upon graduation our alumni carry forward their education and training to build upon the knowledge economy and innovation ecosystem within the nation and in over 50 countries around the world.
The KAUST Scholarship is the general scholarship program. All admitted students receive these benefits, which supports students for the duration of their graduate studies. The benefits of the KAUST Scholarship include:
The Visiting Student Research Internship Program is an opportunity for exceptionally qualified baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate students to conduct research with faculty mentors in selected areas of basic and applied research projects. The duration of the program ranges from between three four and six months, depending on the research project.
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