University of Liege
Candidates will benefit from a dynamic working environment, with stimulating scientific support, state-of-the-art facilities and advanced computational modelling tools.
The University of Liège offers comprehensive and innovative training programs: https://www.recherche.uliege.be/books/formations-transversales/, which enable early-career scientists to carry out their research in the best possible conditions, in compliance with the European Charter for Researchers.
The University of Liège ensures respect for equal opportunities and career development, while being concerned about the well-being of individuals. Gender equality policies at the University of Liège are in line with the commitments made in the ULiège Charter of Values, “Study pathways, research pathways, life paths”, implemented in September 2016. This charter reminds that “No one can be discriminated against on the basis of differences related in particular to gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religious, philosophical or political convictions. No one may incite hatred or discriminatory harassment”.
Natural Hazards (NH)
Postdoctoral positions to conduct basic research in one of the following themes:
- computational hydrology, flood risk, low-flows, flood damage modelling, socio-hydrology …
- fluvial hydrodynamics, reservoir sedimentation, dam / dike breaching, …
- urban hydraulics, water network, water-energy nexus, …
- hydraulic engineering
Send an email with curriculum vitae and list of publications to [email protected]
Motivation letter and research proposal will be requested in the next step of the selection process.