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Manuel Matias <[log in para visualizar]>
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Wed, 5 Feb 2020 13:13:54 +0100
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IFISC opens a junior postdoc position associated to the project SuMaEco 
(Sustainability of Marine Coastal Ecosystems in the context of Global Change in 
the Mediterranean Sea: Modeling and Simulations).
More information about the project can be found here:

The research program of SuMaEco addresses the mathematical and computational 
modeling of elements of coastal ecosystems, including the growth and spatial 
spread of marine plants (with Posidonia oceanica as a case study), and the 
propagation of pathogens in the marine environment (with diseases of the noble 
pen shell (Pinna nobilis) as a case study), all of this in the context of global 
change and the resilience of ecosystems to it.

Candidates interested in these or closely related topics should work with two or 
more IFISC staff researchers: Dami Gomila, Emilio Hernndez-Garca, Manuel 
Matas, and Toms Sintes.
Candidates should submit the following documents to [log in para visualizar]:

  * Curriculum vitae
  * Brief proposal (maximum 1 page) including
  + Motivation to work at IFISC
  + Research interests
  * Name of two reference senior scientists
  * Copy of a valid identity document.

We offer a 1-year contract, renewable until December 31st 2021, date in which 
the project finishes. The gross annual salary (2019) is 28441, according to the 
CSIC scales, and will be increased according to the public servants updates 
decided by the Spanish Government.
The contract includes all the benefits of the Spanish Public Health and Social 
Security system and has associated additional financial support for the 
participation in conferences and scientific meetings.

Applications are welcome until the position is filled.
Starting date: preferably before April 2020.