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The Swiss Network for Transdisciplinarity Research (td-net) has developed a toolbox with methods and tools for co-producing knowledge. The methods and tools intend to help shape collaboration between experts and stakeholders from science and practice in systematic and traceable ways.
The International Summer School on Concepts and tools to engage in knowledge co-production and public participation is a 5-day interactive training course designed and organized by a small international team of experts – researchers and practitioners of participatory approaches. It will be held in Montpellier, France from 6-10 July. Register deadline is 15 June, participant count limited to 20.
On this free online course, you’ll explore how to meet the challenges of conducting effective transdisciplinary research. You’ll gain insights into a variety of case studies from different fields as you learn from the experiences of peers and experts. GLP Member Flurina Schneider is one of the instructors. Course starts online March 30th and runs for 6 weeks.
Would you and your institution like to be an integral part of this premier event of the land system science community as we endeavor to contribute to sustainability transformations? The GLP SSC invites calls to host the GLP 5th Open Science Meeting (OSM) to take place preferably in late 2021 or early 2022.
The Chair of Planning of Landscape and Urban Systems (PLUS) at ETH Zurich is offering a research assistant position in spatial modelling for land use decisions and the evaluation of landscape quality in rural areas. Deadline to apply is 22 March 2020.
The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) invites applications to the 7th annual Summer Institute, a short course on data and coding skills for socio-environmental synthesis. Application deadline is 30 March 2020.
The overall goal of the workshop is to familiarize the workshop participants with the Decision Support System for Agrotechnology Transfer (DSSAT v4.7); the Cropping System Model (CSM) for the simulation of crop growth and yield, soil and plant water, nutrient, and carbon dynamics; and the application of models to real world problems, such as crop and resource management, climate change and climate variability, carbon sequestration, food security, biofuels, and environmental sustainability.
The New York University Center for Data Science and Department of Environmental Studies is seeking a postdoctoral scholar for a 2-year appointment. The successful candidate will pursue statistical modeling of relationships and trade-offs between social, economic, and environmental dimensions of large-scale agricultural transitions.
The Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen invites applications for an associate professor in geoinformatics with a specific focus on GIS applications in geosciences, geography, urban and landscape planning, landscape architecture and/or urban design. Deadline to apply is 26 March 2020.