Memorial University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science has a new research chair. Dr. Rocky Taylor has been appointed the new CARD (Centre for Arctic Resource Development) Chair in Ice Mechanics.
The Development of Ice Ridge Keel Strength (DIRKS) project is a four-year collaborative venture between C‑CORE’s Centre for Arctic Resource Development (CARD) and the National Research Council’s – Ocean, Coastal & River Engineering (NRC-OCRE). The test portion of the program was competed in Spring 2013. Analysis of the data gathered is ongoing.
CARD has a specific mandate to attract world-class expertise, to foster rising research stars and to develop the next generation of arctic experts.
We are seeking to hire a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant and fourGraduate Students to work with our highly skilled team of engineers and scientists. If you have excellent technical skills and are self-motivated, an excellent communicator and a team player, then one of these positions may be for you.
CARD's Arctic Development Roadmap (ADR) project identified, organized and prioritized key R&D issues requiring work to advance knowledge, technology, methodology and training needed for Arctic oil and gas development.