PostDoc position for a forest modeller with stats knowledge in our lab

We are looking for candidates to fill a 3-yr postdoc position in our lab. The plan is to use Bayesian statistics to connect a process-based forest model to data, and use the fitted models to test the effect of functional diversity on ecosystem responses and community stability. Details here or via NatureJobs.


Summer School on Bayesian Statistics in Freiburg

As in the last years, we organize a course in Bayesian statistics this summer. See invitation below, feel free to distribute widely. 3rd International Summer School An Introduction to Bayesian Modeling for Ecologists in Freiburg (Germany) 28th July to 2nd August 2013   Motivation Bayesian inference is an increasingly used statistical framework in ecology, but…

New coordinates

It has been unduly quiet on this blog, but I had my hands busy organizing my move to Freiburg. Yesterday, I officially started my new position with Carsten Dormann at the Department of Forest Biometry of the University of Freiburg, so once I have settled in I hope my postings will go back to a…