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Doctoral Researcher (PhD student) in Machine Learning for Atmospheric Science

Aalto University is a community of bold thinkers where science and art meet technology and business. We are committed to identifying and solving grand societal challenges and building an innovative future. Read more

Carbon Neutral Milk (CANMILK) – a PhD project on catalytic absorption and destruction of methane in the dairy industry

An exciting Innovate UK funded PhD studentship is available from January 2023 based in Durham within an EU Horizon Europe project consortium, including partners from Johnson Matthey, VTT (Finland), Valio Oy (Finland), University of Antwerpen, University of Maastricht, and Steinbeis Europa Zentrum. Read more

PhD in Finance at Aalto University School of Business

Aalto University School of Business is one of the leading business schools in Europe. The School of Business is an innovative and lively community of about 3,500 students and 400 members of faculty and staff. Read more

Get a PhD in Business and Economics

Become the knowledge producer of tomorrow and beyond. Hanken is a Finnish university accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA and ranked in U-Multirank and Financial Times rankings. Read more

Effects of forest diversity on aquatic-terrestrial linkages and processes

Tree species, functional and genetic diversity is known to mediate ecosystem processes and functioning of the forest ecosystems. However, natural ecosystems are connected to each other through the flow of species, energy and elements. Read more

Assessing Effect of Carbon Emission Reduction by Integrating Renewable Energy and Spaceborne Observation Technologies

The growth rate of atmospheric CO2 reflects the net effect of emissions and uptake resulting from anthropogenic and natural carbon sources and sinks. The anthropogenic emissions of CO2 are primarily generated by human activities, such as fossil fuel combustion for power and energy generation. Read more
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