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Funded PhD opportunity in marine bioacoustics

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Subject: Funded PhD opportunity in marine bioacoustics
From: Jennifer Miksis-Olds <>
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2013 08:42:07 -0400


The Graduate Program in Acoustics at Penn State is advertising for a PhD student in the field of marine bioacoustics.  This is a funded position on a research assistantship that begins August 2013.  The research assistantship is part of a larger project investigating ocean ambient sound and the effects of sound on the marine environment.  The hired student will be required to participate in at-sea fieldwork 1-2 times per year.  Applicants should have a strong background in math with an interest in applying that knowledge to biological systems.  Preference will be given to applicants with strong signal processing knowledge, Matlab experience, and familiarity with R.  U.S. citizenship is a requirement.


The Graduate Program in Acoustics is a rolling admissions process and more information about the program and how to apply is found at:  Technical questions should be directed to Jennifer Miksis-Olds at m("","jlm91");">.  Initial inquiries along with a CV and transcripts should be directed to Jennifer Miksis-Olds at the email address above. 




Jennifer L. Miksis-Olds, PhD

Senior Research Associate, The Applied Research Laboratory

Associate Professor, Graduate Program in Acoustics

The Pennsylvania State University

PO Box 30, Mailstop 3510D

State College, PA 16804

(814) 865-9318




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