|Location:||Lyngby – Denmark|
|Placed On:||20th June 2022|
|Closes:||15th August 2022|
DTU invites applications for a position as professor in fish population dynamics and stock assessment. The professorship is affiliated with the National Institute of Aquatic Resources (DTU Aqua) as a shared position with the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources (GN). Workplace will be in Kgs. Lyngby at the main campus of DTU, but with considerable periods at GN in Nuuk, Greenland as well as participating in research cruises and activities in national and international fish stock assessment groups.
The professor is expected to lead research on population dynamics and assessments of the status and future development of commercially important fish stocks and related fisheries in Greenlandic waters, based on research survey information and data from the commercial fishery, contributing to and advising on the management of marine living resources through sustainable fisheries.
Responsibilities and qualifications
Employment requires innovative research at high international level within fish population dynamics and with a track-record in planning, implementing and running multidisciplinary research, assessment and advisory groups on national (Greenland) and international level (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea and the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organisation).
The professor should actively contribute to enhancing the scientific understanding of the past, present and future dynamics of ecologically and economically important fish stocks with the goal to further our capacity to predict stock dynamics and manage fisheries in the North Atlantic, considering ecological changes driven by climate change.