|From||Hanna Elina Manninen <email@example.com>|
|Date||Tue, 10 Oct 2017 14:40:00 +0000|
Two 3-year PhD Positions at CERN in Atmospheric Science
Location: European Centre for Nuclear Physics (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland
Full time, temporary, and starting date 01/02/2017
We are currently recruiting for two CLOUD-MOTION PhD students. All excellent recent graduates in physics, chemistry or computer science who want to come to CERN for a PhD in Atmospheric Science are encouraged to apply. CLOUD-MOTION is a 4-year project providing a training network for the career development of 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) at 10 partner institutions across Europe. The CLOUD experiment at CERN uses a special cloud chamber to study the aerosols and clouds, and their affect on climate (https://home.cern/about/experiments/cloud).
Position 1 (ESR3):
Applications are invited from highly-motivated individuals wishing to carry out a PhD thesis on atmospheric research conducted at the CLOUD facility at CERN, with special focus on ion processes and their effects on aerosols and clouds. You will be based at CERN, Geneva, and enrolled as a PhD student at Goethe University Frankfurt.
Full job description is available at https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/249807.
Position 2 (ESR4):
Applications are invited from highly-motivated individuals wishing to carry out a PhD thesis on interdisciplinary atmospheric research conducted at the CLOUD facility at CERN, with special focus on advanced Linux-based data acquisition systems and process modelling. You will be based at CERN, Geneva, and enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Lisbon.
Full job description is available at https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/249809.
How to apply: https://jobs.web.cern.ch/job/12786
CERN is the world's largest laboratory for particle physics. Around 10,000 users from more than 100 countries come to CERN for their research, creating one of the most stimulating and rewarding environments for young reseachers in Europe. Many are working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world's most powerful collider and largest research instrument. When you're part of CLOUD at CERN, you will join a research team that values science, technology, creativity and quality. We encourage new ideas from young scientists. You will work with a supportive team from 20 institutes in Europe, the United States and Russia that includes enthusiastic young scientists as well as some of the world's top experimental and theoretical researchers in aerosol nucleation and growth. You will carry out research at the cutting-edge CLOUD facility that addresses one of the most challenging problems in atmospheric science: to understand how aerosols and clouds are affecting climate change.
Hanna Manninen | CLOUD Run Coordinator
CERN, 1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland
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