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Hydrological and climate variability research

Project Description

The Hydrological and Climate Variability Research Group of the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Faculty of Environmental Sciences) seeks a PhD student.

High-profile international candidates from engineering, geosciences or computer science, wishing to achieve a further step in their career in the dynamic research environment of the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague are welcome to apply. Candidates with previous experience in data analysis of big data sets and solid background in basic science will be considered with particular attention. The student will focus on setting up a large-scale hydrological model over Central Europe considering multiple time scales and submodels. The calibration will utilise remote sensed data. The main application is the assessment of extremes and their prediction over short and climatic time scales.

Within the 4 years study period, the PhD student will be rewarded with 20,000-25,000 CZK/month net (785-1000 EUR) + bonuses for publications.

Note that this is just a pre-selection. The selected candidate will be invited to submit official application.

Please always send CV + scan of your master diploma when getting in touch by email.

Funding Notes

The PhD project is jointly funded by the Czech Unversity of Life Sciences and the Hydrological and Climate Variability group.


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