EWRS looking for grad students
The Cornell EWRS group at Cornell is looking for any talented Cornell students who may be interested in working with the group.
The Environmental & Water Resources Systems (EWRS) group—Patrick Reed, Lindsay Anderson, and Scott Steinschneider—at Cornell is looking for any talented Cornell students who may be interested in working with the group. For all of these openings, strong computational and mathematical skills are essential, with preference for programming experience in Python, Matlab, and/or C++. Successful candidates are expected to be highly motivated, to have good communication skills in oral and written English, and to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team.
For more information, please see the EWRS Group page.
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