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[Met-jobs] Three Atmospheric Ice-Nucleation PhD positions in Leeds

From Benjamin Murray <>
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Date Tue, 28 Nov 2017 12:09:36 +0000

A new advert for the distribution list:


The atmospheric Ice Nucleation Group in Leeds is currently advertising for three PhD students on various aspects of atmospheric ice nucleation research. These include one which has guaranteed funding and is joint with the UK’s Met Office.  Please forward these details onto any students who you think might be interested. These studentships are fully funded (stipend + fees) and are available to both UK and EU applicants (who meet residency requirements). The start dates will be next October.


More details can be found at:, with some brief descriptions below:


§  Modelling the global distribution and climate effects of ice-nucleating particles; Prof. Ben Murray, Prof. Ken Carslaw.  This is a NERC Doctoral Training Partnership studentship.  After discussion with us, we can help you to apply to the DTP before 8th January. Interviews are in Feb. 

§  Cracking the problem of heterogeneous nucleation: identifying the sites responsible for ice nucleation. Prof Ben Murray and Dr Ian Burke.  This is an EPSRC funded studentship.  After discussion with us, we can help you to apply before 28th Feb.

§  The sources, processing and activity of ice nucleating particles in the high latitudes. Prof. Murray, Dr Cotton (Met Office) and Prof Field.  This is an independently funded Met Office supported NERC CASE studentship.  For this PhD position, the supervisors can directly select the best candidate. Application deadline: 2nd Feb.


Best wishes,


Ben Murray




Benjamin J. Murray

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