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Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies available at the centre

Postdoc in Modeling Country and Regional pathways for sustainable and healthy food and land use systems

The post-doc will apply and integrate leading models of geophysical processes, dietary shifts, production efficiencies (including reduced waste and loss) and land-use change, to derive the next generation of socio-ecological based food and land use system scenarios. The applicant will also work with another researcher to translate the scenario narratives of stakeholders into inputs for the modeled scenarios. Finally, the postdoc will work with other researchers to integrate the outcomes of this work with the Food, Agriculture, Biodiversity, Land, and Energy initiative (FABLE). The post-doc position is part of the EU-funded NWP project and links to the FABLE and Food and Land Use Coalition (FOLU) initiatives. The NWP project represents two country teams of FABLE (Nordic and Germany), and this position will work with the Nordic team. Application deadline is 31 October 2019.

Read more and apply here.

Traineeship/internships

Current traineeship/interships positions are announced below. If you would like to do a traineeship but there are no announcements, please contact the person(s) that you are interested in working with directly.

We recommend you provide the following information:

- What topics and activities you are interested in

- What relevant skills and/ or experience you have

- What time period you would like to do your traineeship

- CV - not needed, but it allows a potential supervisor to see your skills and experience and how these can contribute to ongoing activities.

Related info

We announce PhD positions four times per year. The announcement dates 2019 are:

2-23 January
2- 23 April
27 August – 17 September
15 October - 5 November

Read more about our PhD programme here

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