Post Status: Specific purpose, Full-time.
Research Group / Department / School: Plant Ecophysiology Research Group, Botany
Department, School of Natural Sciences, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin
Location: School of Natural Sciences Botany Department Building Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
Reports to: Dr Matthew Saunders
Salary: All appointments will be made on the IUA Researcher Salary Scale at a point in line with Government Pay Policy at PD2 P1 €45,942 per annum.
Hours of Work: The position is full-time for max 24 months depending on date of appointment
Closing Date: Friday 20th August 2021
The Department of Botany at Trinity College, the University of Dublin is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to work with Dr Matthew Saunders on the Terrain-AI project funded by Science Foundation Ireland under the strategic partnership programme, with co-funding from Microsoft. The successful applicant will be a core member of the Terrain-AI team and will lead the management of eddy covariance and associated measurements from key land cover classes, with a focus on peatland and wetland systems but also extending to forest and agricultural systems where required. The successful candidates will be hosted in the School of Natural Sciences, Botany Discipline and will become a member of the Plant Ecophysiology Research Group.
General enquires regarding this post should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
A PhD in biogeochemical cycling, micrometeorology, bioclimatology, environmental sciences, climate science or related discipline is essential, post-doctoral experience in maintaining eddy covariance towers this area is also desired.
The closing date for applications is Friday the 20th of August 2021
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