New Post-doc position in Physiological Ecology! The Plant Ecology Research Lab at EPFL is seeking applications for a postdoctoral researcher (100%) with expertise in forest ecology and/or plant physiology to help lead a suite of projects on forest thermoregulation and heat tolerance. The successful applicant will work on a long-term open-top chamber and in the field where VPD and soil moisture is artificially manipulated. The position is scheduled to start February/March 2024.
We expect the post-doc to develop questions with lab members, as well as with existing collaborators both nationally and internationally. In addition to research, there is the potential to mentor and collaborate with graduate and undergraduate students, and to gain teaching experience as the co-instructor of courses within EPFL. The position is for one year with the possibility of extension.
Qualifications: You have a PhD in plant physiology, ecology or a related field. Strong writing and quantitative skills are required. Experience using program R and working with large datasets is a plus. Good English writing skills are required.
Please send the following materials to Charlotte Grossiord (email@example.com): a CV, a cover letter indicating how your qualifications and experience have prepared you for this position, and the names of two references, including email addresses. We will start reviewing applications by October 1st. Charlotte Grossiord will be happy to answer any questions or offer further information.