Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate (CMEC)
Natural History Museum of Denmark and Department of Food and Resource Economics University of Copenhagen
The center (www.macroecology.ku.dk) is a long-term funded center of excellence with an integrated terrestrial and marine research program addressing fundamental questions on the origin, maintenance, conservation and future of life and biological diversity on Earth. Researchers at the center currently represent 14 different nationalities and the working language is English.
Candidates should have a track-record of publications, relevant analytical and data handling skills, and an ability to collaborate within an international research team. Competitive salaries and benefits are offered.
We are opening a number of positions to work within:
Marine Macroecology (Postdoc)
Comparative Phylogeography (Postdoc)
Community Ecology (Postdoc)
Theoretical Community Ecology (Postdoc)
Experimental and Environmental Economics (Postdoc)
Bird Movement (PhD)
Full descriptions of individual positions are available at www.macroecology.ku.dk/opportunities_new
Applications must be based on the full description of the positions and submitted before 18th of August.
For inquiries about the program, contact Professor Carsten Rahbek, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also welcome inquiries from prospective applicants for Marie Curie fellowships.
Our center is diverse in age and nationality and we offer a stimulating and informal work environment. The research staff is invited to an annual retreat to form new collaborations and research synergies.