Offre de doctorat à l'Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue sur le retraitement de rejets miniers contaminés en As.
Proposition de doctorat dans la Zone Atelier Loire, au laboratoire Géo-Hydrosystèmes Continentaux à l'Université de Tours, sur le thème de l'"Evolution des surplus de phosphore en France sur la période 1920 - 2020 : Mise en relation avec l’érosion des sols, leur qualité et les temps de transfert vers les hydrosystèmes".
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About 13 PhD fully funded 3-years positions in the area of water governance with the NEWAVE Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network.
Here the 13 available Early Stage Researcher/PhD positions descriptions.
We are looking for top candidates. The requirements and preferred academic backgrounds and skills for each PhD position are different. These are defined by the PhD supervisors involved in each position.
Overall we are particularly interested in candidates that have strong professional experience in the field of water and environmental governance (for example NGOs, International Organizations, etc) and candidates that have very strong analytical capacities.
All candidates need to qualify as early stage researchers (mainly no other PhD obtained before and less than four years of full time research experience) and satisfy the specific EU eligibility requirements for this program.
The deadline for the application has been extended to May 24, 2020. Candidates are expected to start in September-October 2020 and NEWAVE is prepared to adapt to the Covid-19 situation by leveraging remote connection and remote work.
The selected candidates will become the backbone of a stellar actionable research network that includes some of the leading academic and non-academic organizations in the world of water governance including 10 host organizations and 19 partners.
Interested candidates are invited to submit online a proposal only for their preferred option, additionally they can list two alternative preferences among the available positions.
3 PhD positions in the newly funded EU Innovative Training Network 'PANORAMA' hosted in Geosciences-Rennes at the University Rennes 1 (France) (http://www.euraxess.lt/jobs/515857; https://www.euraxess.fo/jobs/515808; https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/515815). Offers details are also joined as attached file.
PANORAMA is focused on the REE environmental dissemination and impact on soil, water and biota. Further details can be found in the following abstract.
PANORAMA offers a competitive salary, an exceptional research & training environment with 15 PhD students (all offers are available on the EURAXESS job portal), 2x per year Workshops or Summer-schools events in science and soft skills, at least 2 months stay at international universities/private companies.
PANORAMA (MSCA-ITN) Abstract : As Rare Earth Elements (REE) are crucial to a wide range of modern technologies regards to their unique properties, Europe expands its ability to obtain these strategic REE resources. Thus, several research and industrial projects were recently dedicated to the identification of potential REE stocks in Europe. However, the environmental risk exerted by the REE dissemination has so far received very little attention although disruptions of some REE biogeochemical cycles have been already evidenced. In that context, intensive and cooperative intersectoral researches are needed on REE environmental occurrence, behaviour, fate and their respective effects on natural resources (soils, waters and biota) and human health. The PANORAMA project is a unique multi- and interdisciplinary project aiming at (i) investigating the whole REE environmental behaviour including the characterization of sources, speciations and transfers throughout the different environmental compartments and sensu lato associated effects onto environmental health, as well as (ii) gaining valuable knowledge for applications in friendly environmental REE life cycle. For the 1st time PANORAMA gathers the competencies of (geo)chemists, (hydro)geologists and (eco)toxicologists, working in 14 academic and 4 private partners to enroll and train 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs). The project will combine training and cutting-edge research tools through coupled field/ analytical/experimental/modeling approaches. The strong blend of academic and non-academic sectors in the consortium will give the ESRs a unique chance to develop a wide set of fundamental research, technical and transferable skills (e.g. research integrity, communication and dissemination, career development and innovative technology), thus preparing them for long-time employment in either the academic, industrial, commercial or policy sectors and pave the way for high-level long-standing intersectoral collaborations within a European framework