Hydroacoustic positions with Cornell University and the University of Bergen

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Postdoctoral Associate with Cornell University, Great Lakes Fisheries Acoustics

Applications close on 1 September

Cornell University has a position opening for a postdoctoral associate working with a team of scientists at Cornell University and the USGS Great Lakes Science Center to advance acoustic survey approaches and investigate spatial ecology of fish and invertebrates in Laurentian Great Lakes. This is a one to two year project, with potential for extension for additional years.

The research will involve state of the art acoustics equipment deployed on autonomous underwater vehicles and Saildrones, as well as from traditional survey vessels. The incumbent will work with the acoustics data collected with automated unmanned vehicles. Acoustic survey data will also be used to investigate questions about species distributions and associated food web interactions in the Great Lakes such as vertical migration.

The incumbent will be based at Cornell University in Ithaca or the Cornell Biological Field Station on Oneida Lake, close to Syracuse NY. Periodic travel to the USGS Great Lakes Science Center in Ann Arbor Michigan to interface with collaborators and participate in field data collections is expected. Research 100%.

One year term position with renewal possible contingent on funding, performance, and available work.

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PhD Research Fellows in Acoustics at the University of Bergen

Applications close 1 August 2022

There are PhD scholarship opportunities at the University of Bergen (UiB) in acoustics at the Department of Physics and Technology (IFT).

The positions are for a fixed-term period of 3 years, with employment from 1 October 2022. Positions are financed by the Research Council of Norway under the CRIMAC Centre for Research-based Innovation, hosted by the Institute of Marine Research (IMR), with UiB as one of 10 centre partners.

The PhD candidate will be affiliated with the Acoustics Research group at UiB/IFT. The group focuses on fundamental research and collaborates with external partners on applications, with interests spanning a broad range of areas (including guided ultrasonic waves, ultrasonic fiscal flow measurement of oil and gas, marine/fisheries acoustics, distributed acoustic sensing, and material/fluid characterization).

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