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12 PhD Positions for the 'CAFE: Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes' project

last modified Apr 23, 2019 03:38 PM

We are happy to announce that we are offering 12 Marie Curie PhD Positions for the MSCA ITN 'CAFE: Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes' project.

The ultimate goal of the CAFE project is to improve the sub-seasonal predictability of extreme weather events through the interdisciplinary training of 12 ESRs in aspects such as climate science, complex networks and data analysis.

If you have obtained or are about to obtain a master degree in physics, meteorology, mathematics, statistics, Earth sciences or similar topics (or if you know of a potential candidate who could be interested), and would like to make a significant contribution to the knowledge of climate, weather and related challenges, CAFE would like to hear from you. We look forward to applicants with excellent analytical skills, dedication and enthusiasm for interdisciplinary research combined with openness and curiosity, communication capabilities and willingness to contribute to an inspiring and collaborative community. The successful candidates will be hired for 36 months, with an attractive salary in accordance with the MSCA regulations for Early-Stage Researchers.

More information, including details of the projects and work locations, can be found here: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/392074

Application deadline: 17:00 on 20th May 2019 (Europe/Brussels)