A postdoctoral position in Ocean Biogeochemical Modeling is available at the Marine Biological Lab, Woods Hole. This NSF-funded, collaborative project with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will focus on developing a thermodynamics- and trait-based biogeochemistry framework to augment the existing marine ecosystem modeling framework (“Darwin model”) developed at MIT. We are seeking an individual with a PhD in a scientific field and experience in marine biogeochemical modeling. While not required, knowledge in Fortran, thermodynamics, numerical analysis and/or optimal control theory will be considered advantageous. The successful candidate will be expected to work collaboratively with teams at both MBL and MIT, but will be employed at MBL. Review of applications will begin 1 June 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Funding support is available for three years, but performance will be reviewed on an annual basis.
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