Together with Jan van Gils, Allert Bijleveld, and Sander van Doorn (RUG), I have a PhD position vacant for somebody interested in understanding animal search from a principle-seeking viewpoint. If you want to combine modelling with experiments to understand animal search, this might be your job!
Would you like to study self-organization in reef forming ecosystems such as coral reefs, oyster beds or mussel beds, using modelling and observations?
Maybe this vacancy, here at NIOZ, is the challenge you need:
The H2020 MERCES project has started at June first, 2016. Two years of funding to study seagrass patterns, with the aim to identify the possibility that bivalves such as mussels could help restore seagrass in the Wadden Sea. This is a project together with Tjisse van der Heide from the Radboud University Nijmegen.
Watch this blog! There will be a postdoc vacancy soon.
We received financing for an interesting new project on pattern formation, linked to our ongoing managed realignment projects.
See the (Dutch) press release: