HYDRALAB+ Post-Doctoral Researcher

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Dear All

Please see the advert below for a great research opportunity available at Hull as part of the HYDRALAB+ project. Click on the link for full details. 


The Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences (GEES) is seeking to appoint a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant for the EU-funded, €10million HYDRALAB+ project.
You will take an active role in the HYDRALAB research projects, which focus on improving the physical modelling of climate change impacts using the experimental facilities at Hull and at other partner institutions in Europe. We are seeking an enthusiastic
and talented individual with research interests in flow dynamics, sediment transport and/or eco-hydraulics and experience in designing experiments, collecting and analysing data and publishing results. The post holder will use the Total Environment Simulator
flume facility at the University of Hull for joint research activities led by the team at Hull and for collaborative transnational research projects. You will have a unique opportunity to work with an international group of experts in the field of hydraulic
modelling and to use unique experimental facilities to improve research into climate change adaptation. As part of the Hull research team, you will contribute to networking activities including training, foresight studies and the development a strong virtual
hydraulic modelling community. Experience in flow measurement techniques like Particle Image Velocimetry and Acoustic Doppler Velocimetry would be an advantage and you will be expected to lead data analysis, synthesis and dissemination of research.

The post will run to the end of August 2019. Application is by covering letter and CV upload via the University on-line recruitment system.

For informal enquiries please contact, Dr Stuart McLelland E: S.J.McLelland@hull.ac.uk T: 01482
465007 or Professor Dan Parsons E: D.Parsons@hull.ac.uk  T: 01482 465343.

For information about The Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences visit http://ift.tt/1RpjqI7

Interviews are anticipated to be held (week commencing) 2 November 2015.

Job description:


The University of Hull is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity in every aspect of our recruitment processes.

Hull will be UK City of Culture in 2017. The University of Hull was part of the City of Culture team throughout the bidding
process and remains a key player in Hull’s cultural heritage. The campus will be the venue for City of Culture events, and its alumni, students and staff will be personally involved.

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