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PhD scholarship within Data Science

About the position

The Faculty of Science and Technology at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant 3 year PhD–position related to development, implementation and application of data analytical methods.

Title: “Exploring the transition from traditional data analysis to large scale Machine- and Deep Learning approaches”

We consider Data Science as the merging of mathematics, statistics and programming to solve large and complex data analysis problems. Applied linear algebra, multivariate data analysis and mathematical programming are considered key areas of competence for the project. There are several associated and potential application areas at Campus Ås providing access to large and interesting datasets.

Relevant areas of research and application may include:

– Robotics: Efficient analysis and processing of sensor-, image- and video data.
– Geomatics: Segmentation- and analysis of image data using innovative Machine- and Deep Learning approaches.
– Genomics: Improving feature extraction approached and model selection strategies in predictive large scale genome analysis.
– Spectroscopy: Developing methodology for efficient processing and analysis of Hyperspectral imaging data.

The project is fully financed for three years through the MNT program from the Norwegian Ministry of Culture granted to the Top Scientist recruitment program at NMBU.

Research visits abroad can be expected.

Main tasks

Tasks will adapted to the candidates skills/interests and the current problems available for study.

Typical examples include:

– Develop, implement and apply innovative general purpose data analytical methods.

– Refine existing multivariate methods to improve numerical stability and computational speed.

– Efficient inclusion of background-/prior knowledge in constrained model selection and -validation

– Modification of existing data analysis methodology for more efficient processing of hyperspectral imaging data.

A successful candidate is expected to enter a plan for the progress of the work towards a PhD degree during the first months of the appointment, with a view to completing a doctorate within the PhD scholarship period.

Undervisning

You need to have

A MSc in. one of the following:

  • Data Science/ Machine Learning
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Applied Statistics/ Statistical Learning

In addition we desire you to have:

  • Good programming skills
  • Applied- and/or Numerical Linear Algebra
  • Mathematical optimization
  • Signal processing including Image Analysis
  • Some experience with processing and analysing data collected by modern sensor technologies

You need to be:

  • Self-motivated
  • Curious and co-operative
  • Fluent in English (both written and orally)

The candidate must meet the conditions defined for admission to a PhD programme at NMBU. The applicant must have an academically relevant education corresponding to a five-year Norwegian degree programme, where 120 credits are at master’s degree level. The applicant must have a documented strong academic background from previous studies, and be able to document proficiency in both written and oral English. For more detailed information on the admission criteria please see the PhD Regulations and the relevant PhD programme description.

The applicant must document expertise and interest in the research subject.

Remuneration and information

The position is placed in government pay scale position code 1017 PhD. Fellow, wage framework 20 (salary grade 36-62). PhD. Fellows are normally placed in pay grade 51 (NOK 443 900) on the Norwegian Government salary scale upon employment and follow ordinary meriting regulations.

Employment is conducted according to national guidelines for University and Technical College PhD scholars.

For further information, please contact Dr. Kristian Hovde Liland, Associate Professor in Data Science, e-mail: kristian.liland@nmbu.no,  phone +47 67 23 16 24, or Dr. Ulf Geir Indahl, Associate professor in Applied Mathematics, e-mail: ulf.indahl@nmbu.no  phone +47 67 23 16 31.

Information for PhD applicants and general Information to applicants

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Application

To apply online for this vacancy, please click on the ‘Apply for this job’ button above. This will route you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

Application deadline: 15.11.2018

Applications should include (electronically) a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, full publication list, copies of degree certificates and transcripts of academic records (all certified), and a list of two persons who may act as references (with phone numbers and e-mail addresses). Publications should be included electronically within the application deadline. The relevant NMBU Department may require further documentation, e.g. proof of English proficiency.

Printed material which cannot be sent electronically should be sent by surface mail to Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, P.O. Box 5003, NO-1432 Ås, within 15.11.2018. Please quote reference number 18/05557

If it is difficult to judge the applicant’s contribution for publications with multiple authors, a short description of the applicant’s contribution must be included.

About REALTEK

The Faculty of Science and Technology (Realtek) has 130 employees, about 1,100 students and 60 PhD students. The faculty offers bachelor, master, and PhD degrees in natural sciences and engineering in the fields of environmental physics and renewable energy, building and architecture, hydraulic and environmental engineering, machine, process and product development, and geomatics, and degrees in teacher’s education and pedagogics.  The workplace is in Ås, which is 30 km from Oslo.

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The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

NMBU has a special responsibility for research and education that ensures the basis of life for future generations.

Sustainability is rooted in everything we do and we provide knowledge for life.

NMBU has 1700 employees and 5200 students and is organized in seven faculties. NMBU has a campus in Ås and in Oslo. In the autumn of 2020 we are co-located on Ås. Further information on NMBU is available at www.nmbu.no

Post expires on Thursday November 15th, 2018

Postdoctoral fellow within biodiversity modelling in forests

About the position

The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant 2-year Postdoctoral position related to biodiversity modelling in forests.

The PostDoc is part of the Biodiversa funded project “BioEssHealth: Scenarios for biodiversity and ecosystem services acknowledging health”. This project is a part of a multi-national consortium (ERA-Net Cofund), with collaborators in Sweden, Norway, Germany and Austria. The main aim of the project is to forecast the impacts of mitigating climate change impacts through the transitioning process from a fossil-based to a bio-based economy at a European scale.

The PostDoc will work with the biodiversity part, more specifically on data on forest beetles, in co-operation with partners. The objective is to test for the relative importance of environmental conditions, connectivity to potential dispersal sources and species traits on the landscape-scale structure of forest beetle communities.

The work will particularly study traits hypothesised to affect species responses to environmental changes, i.e. ‘response traits’. It will also estimate species-species associations. By testing these environment-trait relationships, the project will provide functional, mechanistic and predictive links between environmental conditions and the spatial structuring. The statistical testing includes building the models to be applied for projecting community responses to environmental changes in other parts of the project.  Bayesian statistical modelling will be used, to account for complex relationships and uncertainties. All field data have already been collected.

The Norwegian research team consists of Prof. Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson, Prof. Tone Birkemoe at NMBU and Prof. Olav Skarpaas at the University of Oslo, as well as partners from the forest consultancy NORSKOG.

Main tasks

– Organize the relevant data from existing databases: abundance data on beetles, environmental characteristics on local and landscape scale, climate data, trait data for beetles

– Develop Bayesian models for the structure of beetle communities, accounting for habitats conditions (e.g. forest age), response traits, species-to-species associations (which may reflect species interactions)

– Take part in scientific dissemination of results, including writing scientific articles for international publication

Feltarbeid

We are looking for someone who:

  • Have a PhD in ecology or similar
  • Have a strong background in statistical analyses, including Bayesian statistics, in R

The main purpose of the Postdoctoral position is to qualify for work in high-level scientific positions.

In addition it is important that you have: 

  • Experience from forest ecology, wood-living species, entomology, landscape ecology, movement ecology and/or functional ecology
  • High-quality scientific publications, including first authorship, in ecological journals
  • Experience from multilateral international research projects and environments

It is also important that you:

  • Have documentation of good collaborative skills (including ability to establish contacts, work independently and collaborate in a team of researchers within own institution and among collaborating partner institutions)
  • Have strong analytical abilities
  • Are result-oriented and targeted
  • Can show creativity and ability to seek solutions
  • Have proficiency in both written and oral communication in English
  • Have proficiency in oral communication in a Scandinavian language, but not a prerequisite

Remuneration and information

The position is placed in government pay scale position code 1352 Postdoctoral Fellow, wage framework 24 (salary grade 59-77) (NOK 514 800 – 731.000), depending on qualifications. Seniority Promotion in position

For further information, please contact Prof Anne Sverdrup-Thygeson. E-mail: anne.sverdrup-thygeson@nmbu.no; phone +47 67 23 17 71

Information to applicants

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Application

To apply online for this vacancy, please click on the ‘Apply for this job’ button above.

This will route you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

 

Application deadline: 15.11.2018

Up to ten publications selected by the applicant as most relevant must be attached to the application. If it is difficult to identify the contribution of the applicant in multiple-author publications, a short explanation about the applicant’s part of the work is suggested.

Printed material which cannot be sent electronically should be sent by surface mail to Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA), P.O. Box 5003, NO-1432 Ås, within 15.11.2018. Please quote reference number 18/05422

About MINA

NMBU comprises of 7 faculties, including the Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) where the vacant professorship is located. For more information:
https://www.nmbu.no/en/about-nmbu

The faculty has about 200 employees and undertakes teaching, research and dissemination within fields such as geology, soil science, radioecology, environmental chemistry, biology, ecology, natural resource management. The faculty has about 600 students and 90 PhD-students. For more information:
https://www.nmbu.no/en/faculty/mina

The faculty consists of 4 scientific sections, and the Section for Environmental Chemistry is responsible for research and education (MSc, PhD), offering MSc programs in inorganic analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, radiochemistry and radioecology (the only MSc in radioecology in Europe). The section includes the Isotope Laboratory, established 1952, that has participated actively in international research such as EC funded projects since the early 1990s. This lab also serves as the radiation protection authority at Campus Ås, and as an advisor to the national nuclear emergency preparedness committee.

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The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

NMBU has a special responsibility for research and education that ensures the basis of life for future generations.

Sustainability is rooted in everything we do and we provide knowledge for life.

NMBU has 1700 employees and 5200 students and is organized in seven faculties. NMBU has a campus in Ås and in Oslo. In the autumn of 2020 we are co-located on Ås. Further information on NMBU is available at www.nmbu.no

Post expires on Thursday November 15th, 2018

Researcher within monogastric animal nutritional genomics

About the position

The Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences (IHA), Faculty of Biosciences (BIOVIT) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant 2-year researcher–position in monogastric animal nutritional genomics.

Foods of Norway  is hosted by IHA and comprises partners with a broad multidisciplinary expertise from three faculties at NMBU and 18 research and innovation partners from the forestry, aquacultural and agricultural sectors. Foods of Norway’s goal is to make Norwegian fish and animal farming industries more competitive and innovative by developing novel feed ingredients from bioresources and ensuring efficient feed resource utilization.

IHA is currently inviting applications for a full-time, 2-year researcher position in (monogastric) animal nutritional genomics, with possibilities for extension depending on available funding. The position is funded by Foods of Norway, a prestigious Centre for Research-based Innovation, funded by the Research Council of Norway.

The research project involves development of methods to determine feed efficiency in farmed fish and monogastric farm animals. The candidate will be responsible to deliver according the work plan in work package 5 in Foods of Norway. The focus will be on performing experiments to develop methods for direct selection for feed efficiency (FE) and to determine the biological mechanisms for differences in FE in fish and monogastric farm animals.

Main tasks

– Design and conduct experiments to assess FE in fish and monogastric farm animals.

– Analyze a wide range of samples from the conducted experiments, using state of the art nutrigenomic tools to assess the biological mechanism for the differences in FE.

– Processing and statistical analysis of data, including bioinformatics.

– Generate scientific publications.

Forsker

We are looking for someone who:

  • Have a PhD degree or equivalent in animal nutritional genomics.
  • Have a collaborative attitude, functions well in teams and displays good communication skills.
  • Have experience in planning, designing, and performing larger in vivo experiments with fish and monogastric farm animals.
  • Have hands-on experience with handling of experimental fish and mono-gastric farm animals, collecting data and sampling of blood, organs and tissues for analysis of biological responses in nutritional or genetics studies, will be required.
  • Does not have any allergies that could affect the work with feed, chemicals or farm animals.

It is an advantage if you have:

  • excellent knowledge of statistical software such as SAS, ASreml, R, Plink and GCTA.
  • excellent knowledge of oral and written English

In addition we desire you to be:

  • a highly ambitious and creative person with good collaboration skills
  • an organized, efficient worker who can deliver according to goals and milestones of the projects.

Remuneration and information

The position is placed in government pay scale position code 1109 Researcher, wage framework 24 salary grade 61-77 (NOK 534.100 – 731.400) on the Norwegian Government salary scale upon employment depending on qualifications.

The position follow ordinary meriting regulations.

For further information, please contact Prof Gunnar Klemetsdal, Professor in animal breeding and genetics, E-mail gunnar.klemetsdal@nmbu.no +47 46886351 or Prof Margareth Øverland, Center leader of Foods of Norway and professor in Animal Nutrition. E-mail margareth.overland@nmbu.no, +47 6723 2655.

Information to applicants

BIOVIT - Sau bredde

Application

To apply online for this vacancy, please click on the ‘Apply for this job’ button above.

This will route you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

Application deadline: 15th November 2018

Up to ten publications selected by the applicant as most relevant must be attached to the application. If it is difficult to identify the contribution of the applicant in multiple-author publications, a short explanation about the applicant’s part of the work is suggested.

Printed material which cannot be sent electronically should be sent by surface mail to Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Biosciences, P.O. Box 5003, NO-1432 Ås, within 15th October 2018. Please quote reference number 18/05111.

About BIOVIT

The Faculty of Biosciences is organized in two departments: Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences (IHA) and Department of Plant Sciences (IPV). The faculty’s main goal is to advance sustainable aquaculture and agriculture through basic and applied research on animals (including fish) and plants. The faculty employs approximately 240 scientists, technicians and administrative personnel. About 480 bachelor and master students and 90 PhD students are enrolled in educational program within the faculty, offering a stimulating and supportive learning environment.

The Department of Animal and Aquacultural Sciences (IHA) is recognized as a leading international institute in the field of nutrition, breeding and ethology. Our expertise encompasses feed technology and nutrition, quantitative and molecular genetics, and animal housing and management.

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About NMBU

NMBU has a special responsibility for research and education that ensures the basis of life for future generations.

Sustainability is rooted in everything we do and we provide knowledge for life.

NMBU has 1700 employees and 5200 students and is organized in seven faculties. NMBU has a campus in Ås and in Oslo. In the autumn of 2020 we are co-located on Ås. Further information on NMBU is available at www.nmbu.no

Post expires on Thursday November 15th, 2018

PhD scholarship in gravimetric geodesy

About the position

The Faculty of Science and Technology at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant PhD position, non-permanent full time for three years in project within the Strategic Research Program “Environmental effects on societal infrastructure – water” (2015-2018).

The PhD-project is “Hydrological Models for Assessing Gravimetric Observations of Water Mass Fluctuations”.

Applicants are expected to submit a short essay identifying their research interests within the topic and approaches to solve them. A project description is available from vegard.ophaug@nmbu.no and gerlach@keg.badw.de.

The successful candidate is expected to enter a plan for the progress of the work towards a PhD degree during the first months of the appointment, with a view to completing a doctorate within the PhD scholarship period.

Main tasks

This project will investigate effects of hydrological mass variations (including contributions from ground water, soil moisture, snow, ice and ocean) on gravimetric observations. Terrestrial and satellite gravimetry allow observing these variations on different temporal and spatial scales and under different conditions of data sampling and observation geometry.  The focus of the project is on improving reductions applied to the raw observation data and on separating different contributions to temporal gravity variations with the ultimate goal of comparing and possibly combining ground and satellite observations for applications in solid earth geophysics, hydrology, and climate research.

The candidate will collaborate with REALTEK’s research group in physical geodesy. The group has a state-of-the-art FG5 absolute gravimeter at its disposal and the candidate is expected to work extensively on FG5 data analysis. He/she is expected to take part in field work, plan and carry out observational campaigns related to the PhD project. He/she will collaborate with international partners (willingness for extended research visits is expected) as well as with scientists from hydrogeology and hydrological modelling on the institutional and national level.

Geodesi

Acdemic Qualifications

The successful applicant must meet the conditions defined for admission to a PhD programme at NMBU. The applicant must have an academically relevant education corresponding to a five-year Norwegian degree programme, where 120 credits are at master’s degree level. The applicant must have a documented strong academic background from previous studies, and be able to document proficiency in both written and oral English. For more detailed information on the admission criteria please see the PhD Regulations and the PhD programme description at the Faculty of Science and Technology.

Required academic qualifications:

  • Master degree or equivalent in Geodesy, Geomatics, or other relevant disciplines, like Geophysics

In addition we desire you to have:

  • Knowledge on data analysis, mathematical modelling and programming; knowledge of geophysical processes related to mass variations; knowledge of gravimetric observation methods and willingness to participate in field work.

You need to have:

  • Ability for independent work displaying creativity  and reflective thinking
  • Analytical and academic approach to research questions
  • Good collaborative/social skills
  • Proficiency in English, both written and spoken (please see English language  requirements in PhD regulations at NMBU)

The main criteria for evaluating the applicants includes their academic records, and  scientific capacity and achievements along the below outlined preferences; particularly originality, independence as well as ability to work in a team. Selected applicants will be invited for an interview or online interview as a part of the evaluation. The studies will be based at the Faculty of Science and Technology (REALTEK), NMBU, Campus Ås

Remuneration and information

The salary for PhD-scholarship start at wage grade 51 (equivalent to annual salary NOK 449 400) on the Norwegian Government salary scale upon employment and follow ordinary meriting regulations.

Employment is conducted according to national guidelines for University and Technical College PhD scholars.

Please contact Adjunct Professor Christian Gerlach at e-mail gerlach@keg.badw.de or Postdoctor Vegard Ophaug at e-mail: vegard.ophaug@nmbu.no  or the Faculty Administration, Anita H. Habbestad (Head of HR), email: anita.habbestad@nmbu.no.

Information for PhD applicants and general Information to applicants

REALTEK undervisning

Application

To apply online for this vacancy, please click on the ‘Apply for this job’ button above. This will route you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

Application deadline: 01.11.2018

Applications should include (electronically) a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, full publication list, copies of degree certificates and transcripts of academic records (all certified), and a list of two persons who may act as references (with phone numbers and e-mail addresses). Publications should be included electronically within the application deadline.

Applicants are expected to submit a short essay identifying their research interests within the topic and approaches to solve them. A project description is available from vegard.ophaug@nmbu.no and gerlach@keg.badw.de.  Please provide proof of English profiency, if relevant.

Printed material which cannot be sent electronically should be sent by surface mail to Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, P.O. Box 5003, NO-1432 Ås, within 01.11.2018.  Please quote reference number 18/05326

If it is difficult to judge the applicant’s contribution for publications with multiple authors, a short description of the applicant’s contribution must be included.

About REALTEK

The Faculty of Science and Technology (Realtek) has 130 employees, about 1,100 students and 60 PhD students. The faculty offers bachelor, master, and PhD degrees in natural sciences and engineering in the fields of environmental physics and renewable energy, building and architecture, hydraulic and environmental engineering, machine, process and product development, and geomatics, and degrees in teacher’s education and pedagogics.  The workplace is in Ås.

Fakultet for realfag og teknologi

The Norwegian University of Life Sciences

NMBU has a special responsibility for research and education that ensures the basis of life for future generations.

Sustainability is rooted in everything we do and we provide knowledge for life.

NMBU has 1700 employees and 5200 students and is organized in seven faculties. NMBU has a campus in Ås and in Oslo. In the autumn of 2020 we are co-located on Ås. Further information on NMBU is available at www.nmbu.no

Post expires on Thursday November 1st, 2018

Postdoctoral fellow within Autonomous Navigation for Robotics in Agriculture

About the position

The Faculty of Science and Technology (REALTEK) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant 3-year Post Doctoral–position related to robotics.

The fellowship is closely related to the main activities of the agricultural robotics group at NMBU. The group has developed the Thorvald I and II agricultural robots, which are highly versatile robots specifically designed for the agricultural domain. The robots operate both indoor in tunnels and greenhouses and in outdoor environments.

In order to exploit the great potential of robots in agriculture, these robots rely on accurate information on their own position and their surroundings. Precision operations such as harvesting and removal of weeds requires the accuracy of navigation information to be at the cm-level. Reliable estimates of navigation information with high accuracy is difficult with satellite-based systems alone, so one will have to rely on integrated solutions with information from many types of sensors such as e.g.: inertial sensors and laser scanners.

In addition, these robots need to be equipped with the sufficient level of autonomy to be able to operate safely and reliably in a complex and dynamic environment. Task allocation and scheduling tasks for one or multiple robots is an important research topic. The robots need to operate in areas where humans and animals have access, and therefore need to do this in a safe way. In addition, the robots need to communicate with humans, for example ask them for help.

The faculty has a robotic setup that will be made available to the candidate. It is expected that the candidate uses this equipment to verify the performance of the suggested navigation systems with real scenarios. The Thorvald robot to be used in the experiments is developed at NMBU. The candidate will have the opportunity to test the developed methodology on a wide variety of applications, as the robot is used by several different departments at the university. The university currently has two robots available for experiments and testing. The candidate will also have access to the research farm at the university.

Main tasks

The main task of the candidate is to implement safe and robust autonomy in the agricultural environment. The main activities will be related to the following topics:

Safe and robust navigation in the agricultural environment. This includes both indoor (without, or with very bad GPS coverage) and outdoor environment.

– Obstacle avoidance in a dynamic environment.
– Safety, in particular recognition of dangerous situations for the robot and its environment.
– Optimal trajectory planning.
– Fleet management and collaborative robotics.
– Human robot interaction.
– Certification and proven robustness.
– System integration.

The candidate will work in close cooperation with other students in the Robotics and Control Group and is expected to take active part in the daily activities of the group, including seminars, courses, etc.

Robot i landbruk

You need to have

A relevant degree in Engineering Cybernetics, Robotics, Control, or similar, with very good results is required. In addition the candidate must have a completed PhD in a relevant topic and must have shown outstanding achievements through the work as a PhD.

Required Academic qualifications:

  • Proficiency in mathematical modeling and control, statistical methods.
  • Kalman filters, particle filter, or similar.
  • Navigation algorithms such as waypoint navigation, SLAM, etc.
  • Hands-on experience from implementing algorithms on real systems.
  • Excellent programming skills, ROS.

Desired Academic qualifications:

  • Experience from construction of robots and hands-on experience in building robotic systems.
  • Experience from large research projects or industry.

The Postdoctoral Fellowship position will be awarded on a competitive basis. Emphasis will be put on personal qualities and potential as a world-class researcher. Non-Norwegian-speaking candidates must, as a minimum, document proficiency in English.

The following tests can be used as such documentation: TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPETOEFL: 600/ writing 4.5  (paper-based test), 92/ writing 22  (Internet-based test)

  • IELTS: 6.5, with no section lower than 5.5 (only Academic IELTS test accepted),
  • CAE/CPE: grade B or A. 
Being a member of an interactive project team, successful candidates should have strong communication and cooperation skills

Required personal skills:

  • Proficiency in both spoken and written English
  • Result-oriented and highly motivated
  • High work capacity
  • Ability to collaborate

In addition we desire you to be able to:

  • establish research networks
  • work independently under varying conditions
  • create a good atmosphere in the research group

Remuneration and information

The position is placed in government pay scale position code 1352 Postdoctoral Fellow, wage framework 24 (salary grade 57-67) (NOK 497 000- 597 400), depending on qualifications. Seniority Promotion in position

For further information, please contact Professor Pål Johan From, E-mail: pafr@nmbu.no; phone +47 90690932

Information to applicants

REALTEK undervisning

Application

To apply online for this vacancy, please click on the ‘Apply for this job’ button above. This will route you to the University’s Web Recruitment System, where you will need to register an account (if you have not already) and log in before completing the online application form.

 

Application deadline: 01.11.2018

Up to ten publications selected by the applicant as most relevant must be attached to the application. If it is difficult to identify the contribution of the applicant in multiple-author publications, a short explanation about the applicant’s part of the work is suggested.

Printed material which cannot be sent electronically should be sent by surface mail to Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, P.O. Box 5003, NO-1432 Ås, within 01.11.2018. Please quote reference number 18/05347

About REALTEK

The Faculty of Science and Technology (Realtek) has 130 employees, about 1,100 students and 60 PhD students. The faculty offers bachelor, master, and PhD degrees in natural sciences and engineering in the fields of environmental physics and renewable energy, building and architecture, hydraulic and environmental engineering, machine, process and product development, and geomatics, and degrees in teacher’s education and pedagogics.  The workplace is in Ås.

Fakultet for realfag og teknologi

The Norwegian University of Life Sciences

NMBU has a special responsibility for research and education that ensures the basis of life for future generations.

Sustainability is rooted in everything we do and we provide knowledge for life.

NMBU has 1700 employees and 5200 students and is organized in seven faculties. NMBU has a campus in Ås and in Oslo. In the autumn of 2020 we are co-located on Ås. Further information on NMBU is available at www.nmbu.no

Post expires on Thursday November 1st, 2018