The Biosystems Engineering Department at Auburn University has a research assistantship, at the Master of Science (MS) level, available in the area of machinery automation focused on enhancement of agricultural equipment for site-specific management. The position would start during the summer or by August 2013. This individual would have the opportunity to conduct cutting edge, practical research on planter technology or fertilizer distribution systems in order to improve delivery and timing of inputs for high yielding crop production systems. There will also be opportunities to work with Alabama Precision Ag team members on extension and education activities around Alabama and South US.
Interested students need to be self-motivated, energetic and willing to work both in a laboratory setting and outside in the field. An undergraduate degree in agriculture, biological, biosystems or similar engineering program is required.
For further information about this position, contact Dr. John Fulton at firstname.lastname@example.org,
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