Student and Postdoctoral Research Opportunities
Postdoctoral fellow - hydrological modelling and data assimilation - three postdoctoral fellowships
Supervisors: Howard Wheater, John Pomeroy and Al Pietroniro. Full details here.
Modelling hydrological processes in the Boreal Forest - two Masters or PhD students
Supervisor: Andrew Ireson. Full details here.
Applied limnology - Masters or PhD students
Supervisor: Helen Baulch. Full details here.
GIS and remote sensing - postdoctoral fellowship
Supervisor: Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt. Full details here.
Fine-scale pattern of tree growth - PhD student
Supervisors: Jill Johnstone and Colin Laroque. Full details here.
Postdoctoral Fellowship - Watershed Modelling and System Identification
View the posting details here.
PhD opportunity - Water Resources Modelling
Saman Razavi, SENS faculty and member of the Global Institute for Water Security, is seeking a PhD candidate to develop a framework for large-scale watershed modelling and management. More details are available here.
MES opportunity - Artificial Intelligence in Water Resources
Saman Razavi, SENS faculty and member of the Global Institute for Water Security, is seeking a master's candidate to work on the development of an Artificial Neural Network tools for various applications in water resources modelling and management. View the research posting for details.
MES opportunity - Northern governance and social resilience
Toddi Steelman, SENS faculty and executive director, is seeking a master's candidate to conduct community-based research with Aboriginal community partners to inform nothern policy reform. View the research posting.