Researcher in Ecological Network Modelling and Analysis; University of Derby

Job Title: 
Researcher in Ecological Network Modelling and Analysis
Job Location: 
Kedleston Road, Derby, United Kingdom
Duration: 
Fixed Term 24 months
Application Deadline: 
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Description: 

Applications are invited for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to work on a funded project to develop models and statistically analyse networks derived from a range of ecological community data, and to examine the potential for using graph-theoretic concepts to underpin some of the modelling strategies adopted.

Having gained proven experience in research, and being a specialist in the discipline with a relevant PhD or equivalent, the post-holder will contribute to a project to develop models and statistically analyse networks derived from a range of ecological community data, and examine the potential for using graph-theoretic concepts to underpin some of the modelling strategies adopted. They will also contribute to teaching on taught modules and supervision of student projects, as well as publish in peer reviewed journals and present work at conferences. 

The role is based in the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre (ESRC) at the University of Derby, and is in collaboration with the Computing and Mathematics Department. This is a two year full-time fixed-term post ideally starting in May/June  2017.

Interviews are proposed for week commencing 22 May 2017.

Informal enquiries can be made to Dr Mark Bulling (m.bulling [at] derby.ac.uk) or Dr Mike Sweet (m.sweet [at] derby.ac.uk)

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