Associate professorship in aquatic ecology at the Section for Aquatic Biology and Toxicology, Department of Biosciences, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.
The Department of Biosciences seeks an active researcher with a strong track record for an associate professorship working on aquatic biological processes and ecosystems. The successful applicant should be on an upward trajectory and is expected to have strong potential to execute research projects at a high international level and to perform research in synergy to the current research at the section for Aquatic Biology and Toxicology and the department. The section for Aquatic Biology and Toxicology integrates research activities in freshwater- and marine biology, and toxicology. Ongoing focus areas include biogeochemical responses to climate-related environmental changes such as increased precipitation and subsequent runoff to aquatic recipients. The ideal candidate should address fundamental questions within the field of pelagic aquatic ecology, and work with issues related to the link between environmental change and biological responses (e.g. productivity, community structure, life histories and food web responses) in freshwater or marine systems.
Deadline for application: December 4th 2016