Centre for Marine Socioecology: Post-Doctoral Research Fellows and PhD Scholarships
The CMS is built around multi-disciplinary expertise in the natural and physical sciences, social sciences, economics and law. Each of the projects has an identified supervisor team and successful candidates will be expected to integrate across disciplines as well as within the primary discipline. Successful applicants will be expected to become part of the broader CMS group and be prepared to work and be challenged beyond their disciplinary comfort zones.
Potential candidates are advised to contact the primary supervisor identified in each research area to discuss the project and its expectations in more detail.
The CMS vision is to be a world leading institute in the provision of research to underpin the multiple use management of the marine domain.