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.
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.
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.