Start reviewing process: 12 May 2022
Start reviewing process:
12 May 2022
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I am looking for a postdoctoral scholar to work with me on a global analysis of agricultural coupled human water systems (see announcement below). In addition to this specific project, there will be plenty of opportunity for the scholar to also develop their own research ideas. Can you please circulate the announcement through your network and do not hesitate to reach out if you need additional information.
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Postdoctoral Position in coupled human-water systems and remote sensing
The Environmental Change Initiative (ECI) at the University of Notre Dame (Indiana), invites applications for a postdoctoral scholar. ND-ECI is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Notre Dame dedicated to growing excellence in solving global problems related to environmental change. The postdoc will integrate the Laboratory for Coupled Human-Water system headed by Prof Marc F Müller (https://www.marcfmuller.com).
We are looking for a scholar with a broad interest in the analysis and characterization of coupled human-water systems using remote sensing and global gridded data. Specific topics of research are flexible but might include the detection and attribution of hydrologic change in data scarce regions and/or the characterization and cooperative management of transboundary groundwater resources.
The successful candidates will have a strong publication record in the broad field of water resources and have experience and strong interest in hydro-economic modeling and remote sensing with expert knowledge of Google Earth Engine. Expertise in open source programming environments (preferably R) is also required.
The position will start at or before August 1st and can be renewed after 1 year. Partially remote work from within the US can be discussed. Inquiries and applications (including cover letter, CV, publication list, statement of research interest and contact information of three references) can be sent to Prof. Marc F. Müller (email@example.com).
Marc F. Muller
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Science
University of Notre Dame, IN , USA