Ph.D. Assistantship in Landscape Connectivity Dynamics in Surface Water Networks
The Geospatial Analysis for Environmental Change Lab, relocating to North Carolina State University this year, seeks a creative, motivated Ph.D. student with strong quantitative and analytical skills to investigate climate and land-use change effects on landscape connectivity dynamics in surface water networks. This project will entail integrating time-series of satellite data, network analysis and graph-theory.
The position will begin Fall 2019 and is funded for four years at $25,000/year, plus benefits and tuition support, through the cutting-edge Ph.D. program in Geospatial Analytics offered by NC State’s Center for Geospatial Analytics. The student will be encouraged to develop research questions and a project tailored to their unique interests and career goals.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To apply, complete the application at grad.ncsu.edu/apply. Applicants should hold a degree in landscape ecology, water resources or a related discipline. For more information about the position, contact Dr. Mirela Tulbure (firstname.lastname@example.org) and include a copy of your CV.