Tailored opportunities:Doctoral Student, Environmental Sciences, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona


The UAB is looking for a PhD candidate who will be hired full time during four consecutive years by UAB and will work at ICTA (http://icta.uab.es). The annual gross salary is of 20.004, 00€, and includes social security. Off-campus medical insurance and field expenses will be covered by the project.


Candidates should have an official master’s degree in a field relevant for this research (physical sciences, mathematics or a computational science or equivalent) and research experience demonstrating a thorough understanding of climate and/or Earth system models. Candidates should be fluent in written and spoken English (fluency in other languages is a plus) Candidates should 1) be able to travel internationally, and 2) have the ability to work across disciplines.


Deadline for application is 30 September 2018


Applicants should send a cover letter and at least one example of their previous work (e.g. published papers, thesis) and an updated CV to licci.erc@uab.cat by September 30th, 2018. The cover letter should include a personal statement explaining the applicant interest in the project and the name, position and e-mail contact of three potential referees.

More details about this opportunity and application forms can be obtained here.

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Author: African Academic/Researcher

Science and Research by Africans for Africa

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