Two positions in Geomorphology and Cosmogenic Nuclides in Dirk Scherler’s group
Dirk Scherler, co-developer of TopoToolbox, has recently been granted the ERC-project “Climate sensitivity of glacial landscape dynamics (COLD)”. The main aim of COLD is to quantify how erosion rates in glacial landscapes vary with climate change and how such changes affect the dynamics of mountain glaciers. Now, he is inviting applications for 2 PhD positions at the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam.
Please find more details here:
Application deadline is 15th November 2017.
Geo.X, a Berlin-Potsdam based research cluster, advertises 14 positions in a new research school. The focus of this research school is on the interdisciplinary area of Data Science as a methodological research area within the geoscientific research topics Natural Hazards and Risks and Geo-Bio-Interactions. As readers of this blog, I am sure, these positions will certainly be of interest to many of you.