Apply before: 20 February 2023
20 February 2023
A summary of the position is below. Details on the fellowship program, professional development opportunities, mentorship structure, salary, qualifications, and application details are here (https://impact.stanford.edu/offer/open-postdoctoral-position-fletcher-lab). Please share with anyone you know who may be interested, and feel free to be in touch with questions.
The Fletcher Lab (http://www.fletcherlab.science/) uses computational systems modeling to advance resilient and equitable water resources management for an uncertain future. Current research topics in the lab include: adaptive planning approaches to address climate uncertainty; urban drought resilience; multi-scale systems modeling; and water affordability. The postdoctoral fellow will lead a new project working in partnership with local academics, water managers, and stakeholders to inform drought planning for the Maipo Basin in Chile, which supplies water to the city of Santiago. The postdoctoral fellow will work with Prof. Fletcher and local partners to design a research project of mutual interest and also collaborate on other projects in the lab.
Sarah Fletcher, PhD (she / her)
Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Lee and Kitty Price Center Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment