The climate-preparedness research group at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School (https://climateprep.rsmas.miami.edu/index.html) has an opening for a full-time postdoctoral researcher. The researcher will work on a project evaluating climate risks and adaptation and supporting societal responses. There is flexibility in the specific project pursued, and we seek proposals for projects that can complement and extend existing areas of work.
Climate change poses complex risks for people and nature. We study interacting hazards including extreme heat, sea level rise, and flooding during storms and high tides. Our research group develops and applies innovative approaches to integrating evidence and informing effective and equitable responses to the risks. Ongoing areas of research include climate migration and retreat, equitable adaptation in built environments, climate and security, and actionable knowledge and assessment.
The person who fills this position can be an expert in any topic related to climate change risks and adaptation. Candidates need to have strong capabilities in relevant research methods, which could include decision and policy analysis, qualitative inquiry through ethnography or surveys, climate impact modeling, spatial science (e.g., remote sensing, GIS), or statistical computing and data science techniques.
Qualifications of position: The person who fills this position can be an expert in any topic related to the work. Minimum educational qualification is a PhD in a relevant field.
Required application materials: Cover letter, a one-page statement of research experiences and interests, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references.
Faculty member: Katharine Mach (firstname.lastname@example.org), Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
How to submit application materials?: Please submit the application materials here: https://umiami.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UMCareerStaff/job/Miami-FL/RSMAS—-Post-Doctoral-Associate—-Mach_R100035591 Review of applications begins November 15.