The University of Liège (ULiege) has announced a PhD fellowship for the Modelling for Aquatic Systems research group (MAST). This position will be responsible for developing and implementing an optical module in an existing tri-dimensional coupled physical –biogeochemical model that is used for environmental forecasting in the Black Sea in the frame of the marine Copernicus program (CMEMS). The physical model is the Nucleus for European Modelling of the Ocean (NEMO) while the biogeochemical model is the BiogeochemicAl Model for Hypoxic and Benthic Influenced areas (BAMHBI).
Interested applicants should e-mail their curriculum vitae, full transcripts of Bachelor and Master studies (including notes), a covering letter of motivation, together with two references (name and email address), to Marilaure Grégoire (mgregoireulg [dot] ac [dot] be) with copy to oceanphysulg [dot] ac [dot] be. The positions will remain open until filled; but the selection will start from November 15th, 2019. Starting date is expected in January 2020.
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