Information about vacancies at the Institute of Marine Research.

PhD opportunity in salmon louse biology

Søknadsfrist: Sunday, June 24, 2018
The Institute for Marine Research (IMR) has a position available as a PhD-candidate, working with planktonic sea lice larvae from L. salmonis and C. elongatus. The position spans 3 years and is affiliated with the ‘Diseases and Pathogens’ research division at IMR. The position will be located in Bergen, however, the project’s research collaboration will require a period of approximately 3 months stay with Marine Scotland in Aberdeen. The project furthermore involves collaboration with ...

PhD - Biophysical modelling of plankton

Søknadsfrist: Monday, June 25, 2018
The project ”SpaceShift – drivers and effects of spatial shifts in early life stages of marine fish” (financed by the Research Council of Norway) has a vacant 3-year PhD position. The main objective of SpaceShift is to investigate how climate and demographic effects of fishing influence the spatiotemporal distribution of eggs and larvae in the Barents Sea, and in turn how this together with marine climate impacts growth and survival until recruitment to the stock. The PhD will focus on the ...

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in environmental/sustainability science

Søknadsfrist: Wednesday, July 4, 2018
A 2-year postdoctoral position is available in the Ecosystem Processes research group at the Institute of Marine Research in Tromsø, Norway. The Ecosystem Processes research group focus on ecosystem monitoring and research on ecosystem structure, function and dynamics, including impacts of climate change and human activities across sectors, using both empirical and ecosystem modelling approaches. We also provide scientific advice to ecosystem based management of marine ...

Research Scientist – Applied Statistics

Søknadsfrist: Friday, August 10, 2018
The Institute of Marine Research (IMR) in Norway has an opening for a permanent position as research scientists in the cross-disciplinary research group on Fishery Dynamics. The principal areas of research will include statistical analysis of fisheries and ecological data, statistical survey sampling methods, including survey design and estimation methods, and the development of mathematical/statistical tools for stock assessment and the quantification of uncertainty.The successful ...