|From||Matthew Rigby <Matt.Rigby@bristol.ac.uk>|
|Date||Thu, 31 Jan 2013 18:28:20 +0000|
PhD studentship at the University of Bristol The UK is the world's 11th largest emitter of CO2 and other greenhouse gases (GHG). However, the details of where these emissions originate from and which sectors of the economy are responsible are poorly understood. PhD applications are sought to investigate the sectoral breakdown of the UK's GHG emissions using atmospheric measurements from the new DECC network and GAUGE (Greenhouse gAs Uk and Global Emissions) consortium. You will work closely with Prof. Simon O'Doherty, Dr Matt Rigby, Bristol Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group team members and GAUGE collaborators across the UK to measure and better understand the UK's contribution to climate change. We are particularly looking for candidates with an excellent academic background in quantitative sciences (2:1 or above). Experience with both experimental and theoretical science is desirable. You must be able to work well in a team and be highly self-motivated. You will benefit from close collaboration with world-leading researchers across the UK and internationally. Interested candidates should contact Dr Matt Rigby (email@example.com) and Prof. Simon O'Doherty (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible. Formal applications should be made through the School of Chemistry postgraduate recruitment website: http://www.bris.ac.uk/chemistry/courses/postgraduate/. UK research council eligibility criteria are likely to apply. Links: DECC: http://www.bris.ac.uk/chemistry/research/acrg/current/decc.html GAUGE: http://www.geos.ed.ac.uk/research/eochem/gauge.html Matt Rigby: web.mit.edu/mrigby Simon O'Doherty: http://www.bris.ac.uk/chemistry/people/simon-j-odoherty/index.html ACRG: http://www.bris.ac.uk/chemistry/research/acrg -------------------------- Matt Rigby NERC Advanced Research Fellow School of Chemistry University of Bristol BS8 1TS UK +44 (0) 117 33 17042 web.mit.edu/mrigby
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