Postdoctoral Researcher – Microclimate Modelling: Our Geoecology department is seeking a motivated postdoctoral researcher to join our team. The position involves working on microclimate modelling and vegetation ecology of temperate forests, focusing on long-term microclimate timeseries, disturbances, tree regeneration, and forest plant ecology. As a postdoc, you will have the opportunity to define your own research topic within the scope of our research interests. We expect high-quality research publications in top-tier journals.
Designation: Postdoctoral Researcher
Research Area: Microclimate Modelling and Vegetation Ecology of Temperate Forests
Location: To be determined
- Ph.D. in forest and plant ecology, environmental sciences, or a related field
- Proficiency in data analyses using R, GIS, and database management
- Strong oral and written scientific communication skills
- Motivated and proactive attitude towards research
Postdoctoral Researcher – Microclimate Modelling and Vegetation Ecology of Temperate Forests
- Conduct research on microclimate modelling and vegetation ecology of temperate forests.
- Focus on long-term microclimate timeseries, disturbances, tree regeneration, and forest plant ecology.
- Define and pursue a research topic within the scope of our research interests.
- Aim for high-quality research publications in top-tier journals.
- Collaborate with the research team and contribute to ongoing projects.
- Stay updated with the latest advancements in the field and incorporate them into the research.
- Participate in conferences, seminars, and workshops to present research findings.
- Assist in mentoring graduate students and contribute to the department’s academic activities.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should apply through the MERIT (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions – European Researchers’ Individual Fellowship) program. Please visit the MERIT website at meritch.eu and follow the application instructions provided.
Last Date for Apply: 03 July 2023
For more information about our department and ongoing research, please visit our website at [Department Website].
Recent publications from our team:
- Federov et al. (2023) doi: 10.1016/apormet.2023109308
- Man et al. (2022) doi: 10.1016/sittenv.2022.153377
- Kopecky et al. (2021) doi: 10.1016/scitotenv.2020.143785
- Macek et al. (2019) doi: 10.1007/510950-015-0050-1
Research group encourage candidates to apply promptly as the position is expected to start between January and June 2024.
Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.