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Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering

The Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, in the School of Engineering and Natural Sciences at the University of Iceland, invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering. The Faculty¿s goal is to strengthen its degree programs and research with respect to engineering methods that enhance sustainable development. The Faculty seeks applicants with expertise in one or more of the following fields (in order of importance): building technology, building physics, heat and moisture transport in construction units, material science, impact of buildings on health, environment and society, sustainability in building construction, structural engineering for safe and sustainable infrastructure and built environment considering impacts of climate change, harsh nature and natural disasters.

Research position on mapping and tracking visual object representations, Icelandic Vision Lab, University of Iceland, Reykjavík

The Icelandic Vision Lab ( advertises a three-year Ph.D. position or a two-year postdoctoral position, potentially extendable for one year. The position is fully funded by the Icelandic Research Fund (IRF) through project grant ¿Mapping and tracking visual object representations: Individual abilities and disabilities¿. Principal Investigator is Dr. Heida Maria Sigurdardottir (University of Iceland,

Postdoc in zooarchaeology

The University of Iceland, in collaboration with Exeter University, welcomes applications for a two year postdoctoral fellowship in zooarchaeology.The fellowship is funded by a Grant of Excellence from the Icelandic Research Fund: Between man and nature: The Making of Benedictine Communities in Medieval Iceland. 

Ph.D. position in chemistry - CO2RR - DFT calculations - the Science Institute

The position is in the field of theoretical modeling and is funded by Applied Research Grant by the Technology and Development Fund of the Icelandic Research Fund. The project is supervised by Dr. Younes Abghoui, research specialist at the Science Institute of the University of Iceland.