H2020-ERC (synergy grant) funding is available for a PhD project on this subject to start immediately, subject to eligibility.
Applicants should have (or be about to complete) an undergraduate degree and/or taught postgraduate degree in (applied) mathematics or (theoretical) physics. Past experience shows that successful applicants usually have a very good first class degree (or equivalent). Applicants with computational experience are encouraged to apply. In addition, the applicants must have excellent communication, planning and team working skills.
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Schmieder, B. Archontis, V. and Pariat, E., “Magnetic flux emergence along the solar cycle”, Space Science Reviews, Volume 186, Issue 1-4, pp. 227-250 (2014).
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 30.60
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