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31 de mayo de 2018

Tentador postdoc con espinosos en Suiza

A postdoctoral position in evolutionary ecology is available in the research groups of Blake Matthews and Ole Seehausen, at Eawag's Center for Ecology, Evolution, and Biogeochemistry, near Luzern in Switzerland.

The position is funded as part of the project SeeWandel: Life in
Lake Constance- the past, present and future, which investigates the
combined effects of multiple stressors on the Lake Constance Ecosystem

The postdoc project focuses on the evolutionary ecology of stickleback,
including foraging behavior, life history evolution, and the genomics
of adaptation.

We are interested in candidates with broad interest in evolutionary
ecology. Interest and prior experience with field ecology would be an
asset, as would experience with fish behavior and genomics. Independently
developing research within the framework of the project is encouraged,
as is collaborating with other project partners.

Eawag's Center for Ecology, Evolution & Biogeochemistry (CEEB) is located
on the shore of Lake Lucerne and is a strong nucleus of Eawag research
groups aimed at integrating evolutionary biology, community ecology, and
ecosystem science http://www.eawag.ch/forschung/cc/ceeb/index_EN. The
Postdoc will interact with a diverse range of researchers studying
community ecology, evolutionary biology, ecological genetics, ecosystem
science, and applied environmental science.

The project is jointly led by Blake Matthews, Piet Spaak, and Ole
Seehausen. The starting date is flexible, but start dates in 2018 (or
early 2019) are preferred. The position is for 2 years.

The closing date for applications is 8 June, 2018.

For further information please contact Blake Matthews by email,
Lab homepage: http://homepages.eawag.ch/~matthebl/Welcome.html
Publication list:

We look forward to receiving your application. Please submit your
application (including CV, motivation letter, and the names and contact
information for three references) via the Eawag Jobs & Career webpage,
any other way of applying will not be considered. The link below will
take you directly to the application form.


Matthews, Blake

Eawag, Aquatic Ecology Department
Center for Ecology, Evolution & Biogeochemistry
Seestrasse 79
6047, Kastanienbaum

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