The successful candidate will be enrolled in GESS and affiliated with both the Danish National Environmental Research Institute at Kalø, DK and University of Reading , UK .
The candidate is expected to start 1 March or as soon as possible thereafter.
GESS is an international graduate school that covers a broad range of research topics within the area of environmental stress.
Both natural and anthropogenic sources of stress are included, and effects of stress at all levels, from molecular- to whole ecosystems, may be studied.
The Ph.D. project is financed by The Danish Research Training Council and includes salary, educational expenses and travel between participating institutions.
The theme of the Ph.D. project will be, "Effect of individual variation on population dynamics".
We are seeking candidates with a Bachelor and/or Master degree in Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science or related subjects.
The present PhD scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis, and the successful candidate will be enrolled in GESS through Roskilde University ’s Environmental Sciences Programme.
Further details about the project can be obtained at www.cipe.dk or by contacting project supervisors, Dr. Chris Topping (cjt [at] dmu.dk), Prof. Richard Sibly (r.m.sibly [at] reading.ac.uk) or Prof. Valery Forbes (vforbes [at] ruc.dk).
Further information about GESS can be found at www.ruc.dk/gess or by contacting Prof. Valery Forbes (email@example.com).
The application must be based on the full announcement which is found on: www.ruc.dk/ruc_en/about/positions/
The application should include a statement of research interests and expertise (maximum 2 A4 pages), copy of official transcripts (courses taken and grades), degree certificate, and curriculum vitae. Letters of recommendation may also be submitted.
Expertise in C++ or a similar language is essential.
Material received after this time will not be taken into account. Applications sent by e-mail will not be considered.
The application should be submitted in 5 copies to;
Prof. Valery Forbes
Department of Environmental,
Social and Spatial Change
P.O. Box 260
Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.