Research Positions

Postdoctoral Fellow - Watershed modelling and system identification

Saman Razavi, GIWS member, is searching for a candidate with experience in hydrology models and strong mathematical/computational skills. Read the posting here.

PhD opportunity - Water Resources Modelling

Saman Razavi, GIWS member, is searching for a PhD candidate with strong mathematical/computational skills and computer programming skills.

MES opportunity - Artificial Intelligence in Water Resources

Saman Razavi, GIWS member, 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.

Postdoctoral Fellow - Flood modelling and flood risk assessment

Amin Elshorbagy, GIWS member, is searching for a candidate with strong knowledge in statistics, watershed hydrology, modelling and programming. Start date is August 2014.

MES opportunity - Large-scale hydrological modelling

Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, GIWS member and School of Environment and Sustainability faculty, is seeking a master's candidate with relevant experience to help carry out a large-scale hydrological modelling project using the MEC-MESH hydrological model. The project focuses on the Peace-Athabasca-Slave river catchment and will support local communities concerned with management of the water environment. View the full posting here.

Masters, College of Medicine - Drinking Water Treatment and Quality, Safe Water for Health research team

GIWS member Lalita Bharadwaj is seeking a graduate student to conduct a comparative evaluation of drinking water quality in First Nations communities with and without Integrated Biological Reverse Osmosis Membrane (IBROM) drinking water treatment systems. For more information, click here.

MES opportunity - Management of economic risk of on-farm surface water retention systems

Karl-Erich Lindenschmidt, GIWS member and SENS faculty, is seeking a Masters candidate to work on a research project examining how surface water retention systems can be designed and managed to improve crop profitability and if they can provide an adaptive/competitive advantage in a changing climate. For details, view the job posting.

Graduate student opportunities - Lake Diefenbaker limnology research

Jeff Hudson, GIWS member, is seeking graduate students for two research projects on Lake Diefenbaker. For details, view the job posting

Graduate Studentships

Master of Environment and Sustainability (MES) studentship - Fluvial Geomorphology

PhD or Masters studentship - Winter Limnology (revised to include masters applicants)

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