Arizona State University's College of Technology and Innovation, in partnership with the ASU Global Institute of Sustainability and the USA National Phenology Network, seek outstanding applicants for a Postdoctoral Scholar or Ph.D. level Graduate Research Assistant position based at ASU's Tempe, Arizona campus.
The position supports theoretical complex land surface ecosystem, ecohydrology, and climate system research funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation. Applicants will require strong mathematical, programming, and quantitative skills, with interests including ecosystems, phenology, eddy-covariance flux towers, watersheds, climate, and complex systems, and the curiosity and dedication necessary to pursue theoretical research in this context. Interests in information theory research are particularly sought.
Ph.D. student applicants must be accepted by a related Ph.D. program at ASU, for example the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, the School of Earth and Space Exploration, or the School of Sustainability. Postdoctoral applicants should communicate a CV.
Please submit a letter detailing your interest and your application package to Dr. Benjamin Ruddell, via email to bruddell (at) asu.edu.
Applications will be accepted through August 30, 2013.
The position will begin on January 1st, 2014, or as negotiated. ASU is an equal opportunity employer.