This PhD project is fully funded by the EU Horizon2020 programme. We welcome applications from EU citizens with adequate EU residency status.
A first or upper second class degree and master’s degree in aquatic science, environmental science, agricultural science or related areas. High level of numeracy and some experience in modelling. Support will be given in country but good foreign language skills would be desirable.
Applicants are welcome to contact Dr. Richard Newton or Prof. Dave Little for further information
Closing date for applications is the 20th of August and interviews will be held on the 31st August.
Please apply sending the following documents to Dr Richard Newton:
A cover letter
Transcript of the degrees
Reference letters or contact details (email) of two referees
FTE Category A staff submitted: 28.00
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