Multiple PhD Positions Available: Processes and Impacts of Climate Change in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic

Date: 
13 May 2019

Multiple PhD Positions Available
Processes and Impacts of Climate Change in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Canadian Arctic
University of Bremen and the Alfred Wegener Institute
Bremen/Bremerhaven, Germany

Application review begins: 24 May 2019

For more information, go to:
https://www.marum.de/Ausbildung-Karriere/ArcTrain/Page9124.html

For questions, contact:
Michal Kucera
Email: mkucera [at] marum.de

Gunnar Spreen
Email: gunnar.spreen [at] uni-bremen.de


The University of Bremen and the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research invite applications for 12 PhD positions within the international research training group, ArcTrain. These positions will be located in Bremen or Bremerhaven, Germany.

ArcTrain is a collaborative project between the University of Bremen and the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research in Germany, and a consortium of eight Canadian universities led by the Université du Québec à Montréal. ArcTrain follows the scientific objective of advancing the understanding of variability and feedbacks in Arctic and North Atlantic oceanic and cryospheric processes.

ArcTrain provides structured training to PhD students in an interdisciplinary framework of paleoclimatology, oceanography, environmental physics, and climate science, and offers a multifaceted qualification program, including research stays at partner institutions in Canada, land- and ship-based field courses, joint annual meetings, and structured training workshops.

Applications should be submitted, with the reference number A108/19, to:
Dr. Michal Kucera, MARUM, Universität Bremen, Leobener Straße, 28359 Bremen, Germany

Applications may also be submitted electronically to arctrain [at] marum.de. Applications should be formatted as a single PDF document (maximum 2 MB) and state the project(s) to which the application is directed. Individual project application requirements are specified in the project descriptions online.

It is recommended that applicants contact Michal Kucera (mkucera [at] marum.de) or the responsible investigators of the individual projects for further information. All positions are for a fixed term of three years.

Application review begins: 24 May 2019

For more information, including a list of projects, go to:
https://www.marum.de/Ausbildung-Karriere/ArcTrain/Page9124.html

For more information about ArcTrain, go to:
https://www.marum.de/en/education-career/ArcTrain-2.html

For questions, contact:
Michal Kucera
Email: mkucera [at] marum.de

Gunnar Spreen
Email: gunnar.spreen [at] uni-bremen.de