|From||Roger Brugge <email@example.com>|
|Date||Thu, 24 Nov 2016 09:24:17 +0000|
Forwarded from CLIMLIST... We are seeking applicants for two PhD studentships in ecosystem and global carbon cycle research at the University of Leeds, UK. These are great opportunities to work with novel observations and models in a team of internationally renowned scientists on a topic of great societal importance. Applicants should have (or expect) a good first degree (1 or high 2i), or a good Masters degree in a physical or mathematical discipline, such as mathematics, physics, geophysics, engineering, meteorology, geography, or environmental science. Experience with programming languages is of advantage. Details about eligibility are available on the DTP website: <http://www.nercdtp.leeds.ac.uk> Project 1: How will Northern Ecosystems respond to Global Environmental Change? Primary supervisor: Dr. Wolfgang Buermann <http://www.nercdtp.leeds.ac.uk/projects/index.php?id=561> Project 2: How much CO2 can trees remove from the atmosphere? Primary supervisor: Prof. Martyn Chipperfield <http://www.nercdtp.leeds.ac.uk/projects/index.php?id=> Please contact primary project supervisors in advance of any applications. We look forward to hearing from you! Application is to the Leeds York NERC doctoral training scheme. Successful applicants from the European Union will receive an annual tax-free stipend (14 296 GBP), payment of tuition fees and a research training support grant of 7 000 GBP. Note that healthcare provision is automatically included in the UK system at no extra cost. The deadline for applications is 9th January 2017. Applicants are advised, in the first instance, to contact the corresponding PI of the project in advance of submitting a formal application to Spheres Leeds York NERC DTP: <http://www.nercdtp.leeds.ac.uk/how-to-apply/>.
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