The Social Ecological Gaming and Simulation (SEGS) Lab invites applicants for a post-doctoral research fellow to work at the nexus between machine learning, computer simulation and experimental gaming applied to problem solving in the area of animal health protection (biosecurity).
This is a grant-funded three year position, contingent upon continued funding, at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont working with Drs. Chris Koliba, Asim Zia and Scott Merrill. A competitive starting salary plus benefits will be provided. Successful candidates will develop and deploy serious games for online and targeted audiences. These efforts are part of a larger multi-institutional project that is studying how to reduce the negative impact of potential emergent diseases to the U.S. food-producing hoofstock industries.
Candidates interested in multidisciplinary research are preferred.
Review of applications will commence June 15, 2016 and continue until position is filled.