The Center for Marine Environmental Sciences, Universität Bremen, Germany (MARUM) currently has 2 PhD positions open in Marine Engineering Geology. The project both roles are related to aims to to shed light on the set-up process and provide more ground for its use in practice through a comprehensive experimental laboratory and field studies, as well as theoretical numerical studies.
A PhD project in Bremen commonly takes three years and that’s the duration of the funding. Salary and benefits are according to the German state employees’ salary scheme TV-L E 13 (66%). The employment is fixed-term and governed by the Act of Academic Fixed-Term Contract. Applicants are asked submit their CV, a one-page synopsis of their master/diploma thesis, other previous research achievements, and the covering letter should indicate at least two referees. The roles are slightly different in nature. A full description of both roles can be found in the files linked below.