Vacancies - Volunteering - Studentship - Collaborations

The Marine Futures Lab offers numerous opportunities to local and international students or scientists.

Come join us as a volunteer, RHD candidate, Post-doctoral fellow or visiting scientist. Take a look below for some exciting possibilities and current vacancies. 

Volunteering and Exchange

As a dynamic lab, we work on multiple projects. We always welcome some extra helping hand on field and in the laboratory. 

Alternatively, if you wish to undertake your final year project or work with us as part of an international exchange, we can offer various possibilities on new or existing projects

Contact us and let's make it happen.

Vacancies

New RHD and Post-doctoral positions are regularly posted below. 

Additionally, if you have a research idea that you wish to explore, do not hesitate to discuss it with us. 

Post-Doctoral Fellow in ecological modelling

Applications are invited for appointment as Post-doctoral Fellow at the Marine Futures Laboratory in the Research Division for Ecology and Biodiversity and the Swire Institute of Marine Science (SWIMS), to commence as soon as possible for two years, with the possibility of a one-year extension.

Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree in Ecology, Ecological Modelling, or Marine Biology/Ecology related disciplines.  They should have a demonstrated publication record of high-impact papers investigating how climate change (particularly ocean warming and marine heatwaves) drive changes to marine biology or ecology, broad-scale biodiversity patterns, and/or ecosystem functioning. The appointee will lead a funded research project in partnership with the Shimoda Marine Research Center, University of Tsukuba (Japan) and CSIRO Australia. Review of applications will commence as soon as possible and continue until May 9, 2021,Please visit the link below for more information and application page: https://jobs.hku.hk/en/job/503704/postdoctoral-fellow-at-the-marine-futures-laboratory

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