Postdoctoral Research Program in Different Specializations (Agriculture,Biodiversity,Soil Science,etc)
The Postdoctoral Research Program (PRP) provides scientists with the opportunity to work with research groups or leaders in Canadian government laboratories and research institutions. In turn, the Government of Canada benefits from new and emerging talent. Federal research scientists contribute to strategic decisions, policies, regulations and programs by providing a sound scientific knowledge base through their research. Research scientists perform their work in pursuance of departmental mandates in order to attain specified outcomes and to conceptualize, identify, formulate and set in motion new outcomes in delivering programs, meeting the future needs of the department.
List of education specializations by hiring departments and agencies, among others
- In the context of agriculture, agri-food, agri-products, or agri-ecosystem productivity and health: Agricultural engineering; Agri-environmental Science; Agricultural Water Use Efficiency; Agrometeoroloy; Agronomy; etc;
- Post-harvest Physiology; Remote Sensing; Soil Science (including nutrient cycling, carbon sequestration); Sustainable Crop/Livestock Production Systems; Water Quality Management; Weed Science; or other specialization in a field relevant to the duties of the position; etc;
- Climate Change in Forests, Computer Science, Economics in Natural Resources, Electrical Engineering (Power System), Engineering, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Soil Chemistry, Forest Biodiversity; etc.