Jobs & Stipendien

Postdoctoral Researcher Transitioning of Urban Food Systems, Dutch Research Institute for Transitions (DRIFT), Erasmus University of Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Application deadline: 24 March 2019

DRIFT is seeking to expand its team with a new researcher to support on-going and new research projects and to support bringing science to practice in consultancy and education. It is seeking a driven, socially engaged and outstanding researcher interested in sustainability transitions in general and in urban food systems with a passion for linking scientific rigor with relevance for practice in European and Chinese city regions in particular.

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Professional Development Coordinator within the Virginia Sea Grant Program, Gloucester Point, Virginia, USA

Application deadline: 1 April 2019

The goals of the professional development program are to enhance the career readiness of VASG-supported fellows (undergraduate interns, graduate research fellows, post-graduate fellows, and alumni) and provide them with long-term competitive advantages in their careers.

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Research funding: Resilience in a Rapidly Changing Arctic

Deadline for proposals: 14 June 2019

The Belmont Forum is pleased to announce the launch of a second Collaborative Research Action focused on Arctic region. The call aims at bringing together researchers and other expertise across the globe to develop proposals from integrated teams of scientists and stakeholders to address key areas of arctic resilience understanding and action. This collaboration of academic and non-academic knowledge systems constitutes a transdisciplinary approach that will advance not only understanding of the fundamentals of arctic resilience but also spur action, inform decision-making, and translate into solutions for resilience.

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Post-doc in Ubiquitous Computing for Health and Quality of Life, University of Geneva

The Quality of Life technologies (QoL) lab at the Institute of Services Science is looking for a motivated post-doc candidate, with background in computer science, information systems, HCI or related fields. Post-doc topic will be self-defined and related to research on Quality of Life assessment and improvement for healthy populations - while leveraging current lab expertise in mobile communication and computing technologies. The position is avaialble within the ongoing AAL CoME project.

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