Post-doctoral researcher and software developer position for sustainable material futures

For developing scenarios for sustainable material futures and developing the open and modular software for modelling material cycles, our group seek for a motivated and talented early career researcher who holds (or is about to receive) a doctoral degree in a discipline that involves the study of sustainability transformation from a systems perspective using quantitative methods, including socio-metabolic research, industrial ecology, economics, earth system science, planning science, and others. Applicants need to document a track record of scientific publications involving the modelling of behavior, economic sectors, and/or material cycles. Expert knowledge of a higher programming language (C, Python, etc.) is a requirement.

Also, we have funding for up to five years to hire a motivated and talented software developer who holds or is about to receive an MSc or BSc degree in informatics or an equivalent study program and who can demonstrate experience in software development, modularization, testing, version control, and (optional) database development, interactive visualization, and management of multi-user software.

Please find all the relevant details here:

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Stefan Pauliuk, PhD
Professor for Industrial Ecology
Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources
University of Freiburg, Germany

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