A PhD graduate research assistantship is available at Texas A&M University, College Station for a suitable candidate interested in applying remote and proximal sensing technologies for weed ecology, weed detection, and precision weed management OR developing cover crop systems and associated tactics for integrated weed management in conventional and organic field crop systems. The position starts spring 2020/summer 2020.
The candidate must hold or be currently working towards an MS degree (with thesis research) in a related field. A valid driver license is required or expected to be obtained within 60 days of joining.
Application details: Please e-mail your CV, a copy of academic transcripts (unofficial), GRE/TOEFL scores, and contact details of three referees to Muthu Bagavathiannan (email@example.com). Screening of applicants is immediate and will continue until a suitable candidate is identified. Please e-mail any queries regarding this position to 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
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