The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) project funded by the European Commission, under their H2020 programme is offering a Doctoral Research Fellowship (PhD) . The network consists of 10 Universities and three partner organisations across Europe.
The successful applicant will work on "Hotspots and hot moments: the role of connectivity and resilience science for managing human-impacted catchment systems" at the University of Vienna. Job will start on July 1st2020 (COVID-related remote work possible) with duration of 3 years.
Responsibilities are -amongst others- to write up the results of the research activity and present research papers and publications at meetings and conferences, as advised by the supervisors, and contribute to the overall goals of the network.
Application closing date: 31.05.2020
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