PhD projects

PhD fellowships/scholarships at Graduate School of Science and Technology, Aarhus University

  • Patterns of arctic ecosystem variability and change. The position is available from 1 August 2018 or later. Read more here
  • Exploring mobile measurement capabilities of short lived climate forcers (SLCF) to obtain improved understanding of high latitude atmosphere/climate dynamics. The position is available from 1 August 2018 or later. Read more here.

 

Calls on specific PhD projects

  • PhD fellowship/scholarship: RobuCrop - Robust wheat for the future. Read more here
  • PhD fellowship/scholarship: Exploring mobile measurement capabilities of short lived climate forcers (SLCF) to obtain improved understanding of high latitude atmosphere/climate dynamics. Read more here
  • PhD fellowship/scholarship: Investigation of vertical distribution of short lived climate forcers in the Arctic atmosphere using drones. Read more here
  • PhD fellowship/scholarship: Patterns of arctic ecosystem variability and change. Read more here

 

General PhD funding opportunities in iClimate

  • iClimate can support 1/3 of an interdisciplinary climate related PhD research project. Read more here

 

PhD scholarships in Greenland

Young scientists within all scientific fields can apply for the scholarships, which are intended for strengthening Danish-Greenlandic research cooperation.

More information (in Danish)

Application deadline 15 February 2017

 

Masters/Doctoral project: Remediation techniques for oil spills - CEOS, University of Manitoba

  • topic: test and develop techniques for remediation of oil spills in cold water where sea ice may be present
  • open until filled
  • more information Monika Pućko

 

Masters/Doctoral project: Remote sensing of freshwater in Hudson Bay - CEOS, University of Manitoba

  • topic changing physical, biological and biogeochemical conditions in Hudson Bay
  • open until filled
  • more information Jens Ehn

 

Masters/Doctoral project: Arctic Marine Cryospheric Chemistry - CEOS, University of Manitoba

  • examine freezing-temperature chemical and biogeochemical processes of contaminants and carbon across the Arctic sea ice environment
  • available immediately
  • more information Feiye Wang