[Met-jobs] IAPETUS DTP PhD studentship at St Andrews: Monsoon-ocean interactions in a changing climate
PhD project title: Monsoon-ocean interactions in a changing climate
Lead supervisor: Dr Michael Byrne (St Andrews)
Co-supervisor: Dr James Baldini (Durham)
Application deadline: 18th January 2019
Applications are now open for a PhD project on monsoon dynamics based at the University of St Andrews. The research will involve performing idealised climate simulations as well as analysing monsoon-ocean coupling in state-of-the-art models and observations. Full information on the project and how to apply is available at: https://earthsci.st-andrews.ac.uk/study/phd-programme/
The 3.5-year position will be based in St Andrews' School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, and the start date will be in autumn 2019. The project is part of the IAPETUS Doctoral Training Partnership, and as such funding is limited to UK students or EU students who have lived in the UK for 3 consecutive years prior to the application deadline.
The project is suitable for students with an undergraduate degree or equivalent in physics, mathematics, engineering, atmospheric science, or a related field. A strong background in mathematics and physics is more important than previous experience in climate science!
Any questions about the project or application process should be directed to the supervisor Michael Byrne at: email@example.com
Michael P. Byrne, Ph.D.
Lecturer (University of St Andrews)
Marie Curie Research Fellow (University of St Andrews)
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