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Research scientist specialized in Ecology of Biodiversity

French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea Maritime Professionals Media (IFREMER) France Principal activities: Characterize phenotypic diversity (traits, biomarquers …) at different biological temporal and spatial scales, including the conception of sampling designs and the participation to data collection and surveys at sea; Characterize the spatial distribution of phenotypes across life stages, their occurrence […]

Science Refugees European Research Council funded job vacancy for PhD-thesis on modelling soil-vegetation interactions (3 years)

Soil organic matter is the largest terrestrial carbon reservoir, and the most important source of nutrients for plants. Understanding the interactions between plants and soil microorganisms is important to predict how global change will affect soil carbon storage and ecosystem nutrient limitation. The candidate will contribute to the development of a process-based soil model, which […]

7 PhD Positions in Vienna Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems

Vienna University of Technology Vienna Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems The Centre for Water Resource Systems at the Vienna University of Technology announces competition for the third intake of doctoral candidates for the Doctoral Programme on Water Resource Systems. The programme is anticipated to host a total of 70 doctoral students over a period […]

PostDoc on modelling large-scale effects of nutrient availability on terrestrial biosphere

Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry is looking after a PhD in a quantitative science (e.g. geo-ecology, environmental science, biology, or applied mathematics), preferably in the field of ecophysiology and/or ecosystem modelling, substantial experience in large-scale biosphere modelling and scientific programming, as well as an interest in applying your expertise to terrestrial ecology and numerical, global ecosystem […]

Interesting Modelling Engineer vacancy at www.verotech.be

Your mission: As a modelling engineer, you’re responsible for the design of mathematical models for the industrial activities and for their implementation in computer code. The latter typically involve chemical reactions and continuous variables (e.g. temperature, concentration of oxygen, …), whereas the former covers discrete or combinatorial problems. Click here for more details

PhD program in Science and Management of Climate Change available at Ca’ Foscari University

Ca’ Foscari University is looking for a highly-motivated and research-oriented candidate to start a PhD their research group (http://www.ecraunit.com/) working on environmental risk, with the aim to investigate the impact of climate change and anthropic pressures on water quality and related ecosystems. A previous experience including hydrological modelling, possibly related to climate change risk/impact assessment, […]