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Job advertisement Postdoctoral Position in Hydrology

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Postdoctoral Position in Hydrology

Postdoctoral Position in Hydrology

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Hohai University


Nanjing, China


Relevant division
Hydrological Sciences (HS)

Full time


200,000CNY - 450,000CNY

Required education

Application deadline
Open until the position is filled

30 August 2021

Job description

The College of Hydrology and Water Resources (CHWR) at Hohai University, China (, invites applications for multiple post-doctoral positions in water sciences, which starts as early as September 2021. The positions are open until filled.


  1. CHWR seeks 3 positions in the field of watershed hydrological simulation, including the study on basic rainfall-runoff theory and approach, and the simulation of response of hydrological process to climate change and human activity.
  2. CHWR seeks 3 positions in the field of water resources management, water resources planning, water resources utilization and protection, water resource policy.
  3. CHWR seeks 3 positions in the field of atmospheric-hydrological coupled modeling system, Land surface model, ecological evolution, assessment and prediction.
  4. CHWR seeks 3 positions in the field of other water-related areas, like water quality and water environment.

Experience & Qualifications

  • All candidates must hold a Ph.D. in hydrology, water resources, ecology, and other related fields.
  • The candidates should demonstrate a strong publication potential in hydrology, water resources, and other related fields (at least 3-4 first-author papers published in internationally recognized journals).
    Your application should include:
  • Cover letter
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • 1-page statement of your career goals and how this position will help you achieve your goals
  • Contact information for three references

How to apply

Please send your application materials to Prof. Tao Yang (email: