28 April, 2010

Blogging Hiatus

Most of you probably already noticed the decline in blogging activity here during the last few months. It is mainly caused by a lack of creativity which is in turn being drained by my thesis and worries in the form of technical and organisational problems or about what to do in the time after receiving my Diplom/Master. I've been looking for PhD positions in Central Europe related to Economic Geology and/or Sedimentology but until now without success. Also on friday will be the first of probably a number (I hope) of job interviews. To save my energy for my thesis and job/PhD hunting I decided to temporarily stop blogging. I will be around though commenting elsewhere and might post very occasionally. Thanks for your understanding.


A Life Long Scholar said...

Which matters more, the location, or the subject area?

If it is the subject area, the University of Tasmania has a particularly strong economic geology focus http://fcms.its.utas.edu.au/scieng/earthsci/

If it is the region, there have been posts on either Geometamorphic or Geotectonic lists recently for PhD projects in that area. I don't recall the topics though, since I'm half looking for my next post-doc. https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=GEO-TECTONICS https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/cgi-bin/webadmin?A0=GEO-METAMORPHISM

Kathrin said...

Good luck, Mathias! :)