The department of forest resource management conducts education and research in the areas of mathematical statistics applied to forest sciences, forest remote sensing, forest inventory and sampling, forest planning and landscape studies.
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The subject area for the position is mathematical statistics applied to forest sciences.Duties
The research shall comprise both basic and applied questions within the subject area. It must include method development in mathematical statistics and adaptation of existing statistical methods and analysis tools for forestry applications and questions that can contribute to new knowledge in forestry and other sciences. The research must take place in the interaction between the subject of statistics and subject areas within forest science.
Furthermore, the employee shall within the subject area for the position:
Non Swedish-speaking staff members are expected to, within four years of first being employed, have sufficient knowledge of Swedish/Scandinavian to understand information in Swedish.Qualifications
The applicant must:
Assessment criteria for appointment of a professor will primarily be based on the degree to which the applicant possesses the required qualifications specified for the position.
The assessment of scientific skills will consider:
The assessment of pedagogic skills will consider the ability to:
The assessment of other skills will consider:
Experience in environmental monitoring and assessment using of corresponding data is meritorious.
The position will be offered to the person who, after a qualitative overall assessment, is assessed to be most suitable to carry out and develop the above-mentioned duties and to contribute to the positive development of the organization.Application deadline:
6th of December, 2023Place of work:
100%Form of employment:
Permanent employmentStarting date:
It is desirable that the application is written in English, as the applications will be assessed by experts both in Sweden and abroad.
For the guidance of your application, there is SLU's appointment procedure for teachers at SLU and General assessment criteria for the appointment of teachers, which you can read here.
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