Two PhD positions are available in Weed Science at Texas A&M University, College Station
1) Weed Ecology/IWM: developing integrated weed management solutions for row-crop/rice production in Texas. Potential research areas include cover crops, late-season weed seed control and seedbank management in conventional and organic systems.
2) UAVs and precision weed management: utilization of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for weed mapping, precision weed management and other applications in agricultural systems.
Start date: Both positions are available Summer/Fall 2019, but the start date may be negotiated.
Qualifications: The preferred candidate must hold or be currently working towards an MS degree in weed science, agronomy, ecology, remote sensing or a related field.
Application details:Please email your CV, a copy of academic transcripts (unofficial), GRE/TOEFL scores (or planning on taking the exam in the near future) and contact details of three referees to Dr. Muthu Bagavathiannan (firstname.lastname@example.org). For best consideration, please apply by April 5, 2019 but the process will continue until a suitable candidate is identified.
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