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Vacancy: Post Doc Position at Tennessee State University (USA)

Last modified June 11, 2012 08:35 expired

Vacancy: Post Doc Position at Tennessee State University (USA).

Institution: Tennessee State University
Location: Nashville, TN, USA
Category: Administrative/Professional
Posted: 06/6/2012
Application Due: open until filled
Type: Full Time
A post-doc position is available to join a research group focused on eddy covariance and chamber measurements, and modeling of greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions, plant growth, irrigation and fertilization for agricultural lands. Prospective candidates need to have a strong background in boundary layer meteorology, as well as extensive IT and programming skills.
The position is aimed to improve the capabilities of an existing plant growth model to simulate the soil-water-fertilizer-plant-air interaction to improve water and fertilizer efficiency and yield, and reduce GHGs. Finally, the model will be converted to an online geospatial tool so that stakeholders can easily access and use.
Requires a PhD in boundary-layer meteorology, computer science, ecology, agricultural engineering, geospatial information, or related field; modeling and instrumentation (eddy covariance) experience preferred; demonstrated record of writing and/or publishing of manuscripts.
Application Information
Contact: Office of Human Resources
Tennessee State University
Phone: 615-963-5281
Online App. Form: <https://jobs.tnstate.edu>
TSU is an EO/AA/M/F Employer

Junming Wang, PhD Assistant Professor, Geospatial Information, Air Quality, Boundary Meteorology Farrell-Westbrook Ag Sciences Complex, Room 113 Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Tennessee State University 3500 John A. Merritt Blvd., Nashville, TN37209 jwang2@tnstate.edu 615 963 5017 (lab) 615 963 1386 (office) 615 963 1557 (office fax) 615 963 5436 (dept. fax) http://remotesensing.tnstate.edu/

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