|From||"Polton, Jeffrey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Cc||"Cannaby, Heather A." <email@example.com>|
|Date||Thu, 26 Mar 2015 14:13:34 +0000|
National Oceanography Centre, Liverpool, UK is seeking to recruit one further PhD student with a fully-funded studentship commencing in October 2015. "Investigation of the role of anthropogenic forcing in modulating biophysical interactions in the Black Sea using a 'state of the art’ coupled hydrodynamic-ecosystem model” http://noc.ac.uk/f/content/downloads/2015/Newton_PhD_Ad.pdf Supervisors: Dr Heather Cannaby (NOC), Dr Jason Holt (NOC), Dr Alessandro Tagliabue (University of Liverpool) To apply submit a CV and covering letter. The closing date for applications is May 15th 2015. Final selection will be via interview. Applicants should possess, or expect to graduate with, a first class or upper 2nd class degree in a numerate science, such as oceanography, physics, mathematics or meteorology, and have an enthusiasm to engage in numerical ecosystem modelling. Previous knowledge of ocean sciences is not essential. Some experience of computer programming is desirable. This is a highly interdisciplinary study and experience in one or more of the following areas would also be an advantage: marine biogeochemistry, marine biology, numerical ecosystem modelling, physical oceanography, processing of large datasets, Matlab programming. The successful candidate should be self-motivated, willing to learn new skills and able to communicate effectively with an international team of scientists. Enquiries/application to Dr Heather Cannaby (firstname.lastname@example.org). This message (and any attachments) is for the recipient only. NERC is subject to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the contents of this email and any reply you make may be disclosed by NERC unless it is exempt from release under the Act. Any material supplied to NERC may be stored in an electronic records management system.
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