PhD in invasive species (New Zealand) ~

19 de marzo de 2016

PhD in invasive species (New Zealand)

The Stouffer Lab at the University of Canterbury (New Zealand) is seeking an outstanding applicant for a fully-funded PhD scholarship to study the network aspects underlying the introduction and spread of invasive species into natural areas across New Zealand.

Because of the projects' interdisciplinary nature, we are open to applicants from ecology, biology, engineering, applied mathematics, physics, computer science, and related areas. The ideal candidate will have prior programming experience, experience with spatial ecology or network approaches.

All applicants must have a bachelor's degree (involving a research component), an honours degree, or a master's and must meet the admissions requirements of the University of Canterbury, including its English language requirements, and successfully obtain a student visa. Ideally, they will also be prepared and able to start prior to July 2016.

Interested applicants should see for information about the project, how to apply, and our broader research group.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled.

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