Now open for applications: 13 available PhD positions for the second phase of NESSC research, supported through the Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND program. The positions focus on different aspects of climate change research and will be fully funded for four years and are based in the Netherlands, at one of the NESSC institutes. The expected enrolment is January – March 2020.
NESSC offers young academics the opportunity to work on important scientific topics in not previously existing partnerships, and thus creates the conditions for innovative, groundbreaking and multidisciplinary research, including both experimental and theoretical approaches.
Read more about NESSC’s reseach aims and research themes here.