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[Met-jobs] Call for Applications: University of Melbourne-Universität Hamburg Joint PhD positions in Climate

From Anne Houston <anne.houston@climate-energy-college.org>
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Date Mon, 30 Sep 2019 17:32:27 +1000

Call Open: University of Melbourne- Universität Hamburg Joint PhD Program

Applications Due: 21 October 2019

 

We are pleased to announce that scholarships are available for Joint PhD candidates who will work on one of the specified topics of the University of Melbourne (UoM) - Universität Hamburg (UHH) program. These scholarships are for PhD candidates to be based at the University of Melbourne, who will spend at least twelve months at the University of Hamburg, Germany. The candidates will be enrolled at both the University of Melbourne and the Universität Hamburg and will be co-supervised by supervisors at both institutions. The deadline for application is 21 October 2019. Successful candidates will be due to enrol by December 2019, to commence in 2020.

 

The PhD topics open for applications are:

  • Developing non-linear and interactive sea ice emulators
  • Mapping large scale ESM response characteristics and their inherent “reproducibility” with emulators - or limitations
  • Potential adjustments to the raw CMIP6 multi-model ensembles
  • Examining beyond-2100 Earth System feedbacks across the model hierarchy
  • The role of wave-cloud coupling in shaping patterns of clouds

 

For further details on PhD topics, selection criteria, requirements and to apply, please visit the Australian-German Climate and Energy College website.

 

Please note the terms and conditions for the applications.

 

If you have any queries, please contact Anne Houston (anne.houston@climate-energy-college.org).

 

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

Applicants must meet the University of Melbourne's and the Universität Hamburg’s selection criteria. The application process is competitive, with higher than the equivalent of a University of Melbourne 80% in a relevant degree expected. Domestic and international applicants are welcome.

 

BENEFITS

The successful candidate will receive a scholarship, which will include a 100% fee remission scholarship, a living allowance for three years with a possible 6-month extension, and funding for travel.

The successful candidate will also be part of the Australian-German Climate and Energy College, University of Melbourne and either the School of Integrated Climate and Earth System Sciences (SICCS) or the International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modelling (IMPRS-ESM), Universität Hamburg. Further details can be found under the project descriptions.

 

 

 



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