Opportunities

Please note that the work at the Lab of Computational conSequences is computer-based. You should have command of a programming language, with a minimum of something like PERL or PYTHON, and familiarity with a UNIX-based operative system and the command line (shell commands, navigation, et cetera). Otherwise you still have to demonstrate that you have loads of energy to learn these skills. Don’t come to talk to me without having read and tried hard to understand a few of our most recent articles. I welcome proposals, but they have to be well investigated. Show me that you have read primary literature about your proposed project. Remember that any research project requires you to have a lot of energy, not only to carry on the necessary steps towards answering your research questions, but also to continue reading primary literature.

Postdoctoral fellows

  • All funded positions are taken.
  • Recipients of external funding (e.g. NSERC PDF) may contact Dr. Moreno-Hagelsieb about possible positions.
  • Individuals applying for NSERC PDF funds are welcome to contact Dr. Moreno-Hagelsieb about the possibility of supporting their application.

PhD students

  • No funded positions are available. However, recipients of external funding (e.g. NSERC PGSOGS) are welcome to contact us about possible positions.
  • Canadian graduate students with strong academic records applying for NSERC PGS and/or OGS funds are welcome to contact Dr. Moreno-Hagelsieb about the possibility of supporting their application(s). Note that you should apply for these scholarships the year before you wish to begin your Ph.D. research.

MSc students

  • No funded positions are available at this time. However, recipients of external funding (e.g. NSERC PGSOGS) are welcome to contact us about possible positions.
  • Canadian undergraduate students with strong academic records applying for NSERC PGS and/or OGS funds may contact Dr. Moreno-Hagelsieb about the possibility of supporting their application(s). Note that you should apply for these scholarships the year before you wish to begin your M.Sc. program.

Undergraduates

  • Laurier Students interested in carrying out honours thesis projects should contact Dr. Moreno-Hagelsieb. Remember that your best strategy will be to come with some ideas for a research project and to demonstrate that you have done some background reading and thinking on the topic.
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