Call 2: 23 MSCA SEAS postdoctoral research fellow positions (call is closed)
Shaping European Research Leaders for Marine Sustainability (SEAS) is a postdoctoral research fellowship programme for 37 fellows launched and managed by the University of Bergen.
In this second call, open August 1st – October 31st 2022, we invite talented researchers to apply for 23 postdoctoral fellowships. Successful candidates will be employed in 3-year fixed-term full-time postdoctoral research fellow positions at UiB. Individual contracts may, under certain conditions, be extended by up to one year if funded from other sources than the SEAS programme.
The 23 SEAS postdoctoral research fellow positions will be advertised individually or in pairs in Jobbnorge, EURAXESS and linked from this webpage after August 1st. Call deadline is October 31st, 2022.
If applying you must read the relevant Jobbnorge advertisement and the SEAS Guide for applicants thoroughly for details on eligibility and application requirements, including the mobility rules. Only applications received through the recruitment portal Jobbnorge will be considered.
Please be aware
- That the application process is time-demanding
- The application process requires a close dialogue with the named supervisor or contact who, close to the deadline, must sign a supervisor match declaration if an application is to be eligible.
- That some fields of research, especially within sensitive technology areas, might be enforced by Norwegian and international regulations regarding Control of the Export of Strategic Goods, Services and Technology. Candidates who by assessment of the application and attachment are seen to conflict with the criteria in these regulations might be prohibited from recruitment to UiB.
|No. of fellows||Research areas||Affiliation(s)||Mobility|
|1||Regulatory and governance challenges related to ocean sustainability||Faculty of Law||incoming or outgoing|
|1||Marine aspects related to human health||Faculty of Medicine||incoming or outgoing|
|2||Safety and working conditions for maritime workers||Department of Psychosocial Science||incoming or outgoing|
|1||Social anthropology on changing human-ocean relations||Department of Social Anthropology||incoming or outgoing|
|1||STS research on responsible and circular aquaculture||Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities||incoming|
|2||Climate and early human development in coastal Southern Africa||Centre for Early Sapiens Behaviour (Department of Earth Science)||incoming|
|1||Early human adaptation to shifting coastlines in South Africa||Centre for Early Sapiens Behaviour (Department of Archaeology, History, Cultural Studies and Religion)||incoming|
|1||Climate and marine biogeochemical cycling||Bjerknes Center for Climate research||incoming|
|2||Smart marine sensor technology, acoustics, or nano technology||Centre for research-based innovation - Smart Ocean (Department of Physics and Technology)||incoming|
|1||Marine optics||Department of Physics and Technology||outgoing|
|1||Marine natural product chemistry||Department of Chemistry||incoming|
|2||Ice-ocean interactions (multidisciplinary)||Department of Earth Science||incoming or outgoing|
|1||Ocean observation technology||Department of Earth Science||incoming|
|1||Marine sustainability within marine geology/geophysics||Department of Earth Science|
incoming or outgoing
|1||Bioinformatics for marine sustainability||Department of Informatics||incoming or outgoing|
|1||Mathematical and statistical methods for marine sustainability||Department of Mathematics||incoming or outgoing|
|1||Air-sea interaction||Geophysical Institute||incoming|
|1||Salmon louse biology and immunemodulation||Department of biological sciences||incoming|
|1||Marine larval biology||Department of biological sciences||incoming or outgoing|