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We are seeking a post-doctoral research fellow for a 1-year appointment with the possibility for a further 1-year renewal, to develop an application of the MIDAS (Migration, Intensification, and Diversification as Adaptive Strategies) modeling framework to examine influences of environmental variability on migration flows in West Africa. The successful candidate will work with a team of researchers from BU, NYU, and Columbia University.
Dear colleagues (apologies for cross-posting), Please feel free to circulate the following job opportunities among your peers. I am looking to hire three postdocs in Computational Social Science at The Alan Turing Institute, the UK's national institute for data science and AI. They will work as part of the Policy Modelling Theme, in an exciting research environment, and with a unique opportunity to have impact in real-world policymaking. These positions are for two years and take place [...]
The Department of Geography of the University of Namur (located approx. 1 hour from Brussels) is hiring a postdoctoral researcher to work in the framework of the MAPPY project funded by AXIS/JPI-Climate (http://www.jpiclimate.eu/AXIS/Activities/MAPPY). This project studies the interactions between pollinators, plant diversity and crop yields, under climate and land use change. The hired researcher will continue the development of an agent-based model (ABM) to derive high-resolution land use[...]