A postdoctoral position in Population genomics of the White-tailed Eagle in Iceland, is available at the Institute of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Iceland.
Applications are invited for a one and half year position, with a possibility of an extension, at the Institute of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik for the project: Population Biology and Conservation Genomics of the White-tailed Eagle in Iceland.
The position is financed by a grant from the University of Iceland Research Fund. The project is supervised by Professor Snæbjörn Pálsson at the Faculty of Life- and Environmental Sciences in collaboration with Kristinn Haukur Skarphéðinsson at the Natural History Institute in Iceland, Agnar Helgason, University of Iceland and Decode Genetics and Tom Gilbert, Professor at University of Copenhagen. Currently one PhD student and one MSc student are working on the project.
Applications are invited for the full position of Research Scientist in Mathematics at the Mathematics Division of the Science Institute, University of Iceland.
The Mathematics division of the Science Institute is the forum for research in mathematics, pure and applied, mathematical physics and statistics. The member of the Mathematicians division also teaches and supervises undergraduate and graduate students in various branches of mathematics, mathematical physics and statistics. The future aims of the group are to increase the research output, both in quantity and quality, and to seek more outside grants, to support collaboration with other mathematicians and to enable the group to hire more post-docs and graduate students.
The Department of Physical Therapy at the Faculty of Medicine, in the School of Health Science at the University of Iceland, seeks applicants to fill a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor in the area of neurology within the discipline of Physical Therapy.
We are looking for applicants for a full-time position for a Ph.D. student in sociology at the Faculty of Sociology, Anthropology and Folklore. The funding is for three years, but each hiring period is one year according to requirements about the progress of the project.