The Earth System Sciences Research School (ESSRES), funded by the German Helmholtz Association, offers 12 PhD-positions for outstanding young scientists in the topical field of earth system science.
Applicants with a Masters degree or a Diploma (or equivalent) in Biology, Biogeochemistry, Physics, Geosciences, Geology, Informatics, Mathematics, or related fields will be considered.
Applicants are currently enrolled in a degree leading to a Master’s or equivalent must have been awarded their degree prior to the start of the courses in October.
The online application will accept submissions for the first round from 15 November, with deadline 31st January.
Successful candidates are notified in spring. The duration of the PhD stipend is 3 years.
Students have the opportunity to obtain their PhD degree at the University of Bremen or Jacobs University.
Dr. Klaus Grosfeld - ESSRES Coordinator -
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
D - 27570 Bremerhaven
Phone: +49 (0)471 4831 1765
Email: info[ at ]earth-system-science.de
For more information see; PhD Positions at The Earth System Sciences Research School