Are you the new generation of premier Arctic scientists with ambition for strengthening your international experience? Do you want to join the team to make new discoveries that are vital for the sustainability of the Arctic environment and our whole planet? Several postdoctoral scientists are being recruited to strengthen interdisciplinary groups of Arctic researchers at the University of Oulu.
Our three main Arctic research themes (RT) include 1) Global change & northern environments, 2) Human-environmental relationship, and 3) Sustainable systems, resource use and development. Within these research themes we are offering postdoctoral positions in different research areas. The postdoctoral positions are open to highly talented scientists with excellent potential for a successful scientific career. 2-3 year positions will be based in the research units of the Faculty of Science, Technology or Humanities at the University of Oulu.
Please follow the links to find descriptions of each position and an application form:
- Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity (RT1), open 3.-30.4., ECOLOGY and GENETICS Research Unit, Faculty of Science.
- Arctic Physical Geography (RT1), open 27.3.-30.4., GEOGRAPHY Research Unit, Faculty of Science.
- High Arctic water-carbon interactions (RT1), open 3.-30.4., ECOLOGY and GENETICS Research Unit, Faculty of Science.
- Arctic Biodiversity/Ecology (RT1), ECOLOGY and GENETICS Research Unit, Faculty of Science, will be opened later 2020.
- Arctic Energy Resources and Nexus (RT3), open 1.-30.4., WATER, ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Research Unit, Faculty of Technology.
- Arctic architecture and environmental adaptation (RT3), OULU SCHOOL of ARCHITECTURE, Faculty of Technology, will be opened later 2020.
- Sustainable water resources management in the Arctic (RT3), open 8.-30.4., WATER, ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Research Unit, Faculty of Technology.
For more information, please follow the links for each individual position.
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