Post-Doctoral Position at NTNU

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Post-Doctoral Position at NTNU

Postby sbonner » Fri Oct 16, 2020 9:12 am

Dr. David Westneat from the University of Kentucky has asked me to help advertise a post-doctoral position at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Please see the details below.

Cheers,

Simon

Postdoctoral Scholar Position

The international working group SQuID (Statistical Quantification of Individual Differences; https://github.com/hallegue/squid) and the Center of Biodiversity Dynamics (CBD; https://www.ntnu.edu/cbd/) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is seeking to hire a POSTDOCTORAL SCHOLAR to join us in augmenting three SQuID activities: 1. Developing new biological understanding by blending the statistics of linear mixed models with simulations of biological processes affecting real data, 2. Refining in-person workshops focused on teaching applications of linear mixed models, and 3. Expanding remote or on-line educational materials. We seek an interactive individual with a PhD in a relevant area and other relevant skills. The successful candidate should have a strong interest in life science and be familiar with topical issues in ecology and evolution, a good knowledge of statistics and computer tools employed by statisticians (e.g., R, C++), and a record of contributing to novel educational approaches to quantitative topics, especially via remote or on-line platforms. The successful candidate would likely start in early 2021 and would participate fully in several planned SQuID activities, including 6 workshops (currently planned to be held at 6 institutions worldwide) combining teaching and research, and one or more working groups focused on both research and educational initiatives. To apply for the job see: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-j ... r-in-squid. Please refer to the application number NV-97/20 when applying. For further information about the position you may contact Jonathan Wright (jonathan.wright@ntnu.no), David Westneat (david.westneat@uky.edu), or Niels Dingemanse (dingemanse@biologie.uni-muenchen.de)... or any squid you happen to encounter.
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