[ES_JOBS_NET] Postdoctoral Position in High-Throughput Phenotyping of Photosynthesis at Leaf- and Canopy-Scales

Bernacchi, Carl Carl.Bernacchi at ARS.USDA.GOV
Wed Dec 5 07:16:09 MST 2018

My apologies for any cross-postings...

The TERRA Mobile Energy-Crop Phenotyping Platform<https://terra-mepp.illinois.edu/> project housed at the University of Illinois is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to join our highly collaborative research team.  We are looking for a researcher to link plant physiology at the leaf- and canopy-scales with high-throughput phenotyping.  The ideal candidate will be expected to work with a dynamic team of biologists, remote sensing scientists, micrometeorologists, computer programmers, and geneticists.  The successful candidate will be motivated, have excellent writing skills, and work well within a collaborative research environment.  The candidate must have a Ph.D. with a research focus in Plant Biology, Crop Sciences, Remote Sensing, Micrometerology, or any related field.  Experience in working with large, complex datasets and computer programming skills are highly preferred.

The position, available immediately, is for one year, with the potential for renewal.  For more information contact Carl Bernacchi (carl.bernacchi at ars.usda.gov) and to apply send cover letter, curriculum Vitae, and a list of three people to contact for references to Yun Li (yunl68 at illinois.edu).

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