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As a result of a successful application to the Austrian Science Foundation (FWF), there will be 16 fully funded PhD student positions in the fields of geosciences (including geomorphology), economics, system sciences and philosophy / normative theory from Autumn 2014. These positions are funded through the Doktoratskolleg: ‘Climate Change – Uncertainties, Thresholds and Coping Strategies’ (for further details please see: http://dk-climate-change.uni-graz.at.
Full details of the positions can be found here: http://dk-climate-change.uni-graz.at/en/call-for-applications/
The positions are fully funded, with contracts starting in autumn 2014 for three years (extendable by half a year in exceptional cases). The working language of the programme is English and no German is required to begin the programme. The positions come with social insurance, and the DK also provides funds to the PhD students for conference participation, visits and research stays abroad. The thesis work has to be done on the basis of one of the abstracts listed here: http://dk-climate-change.uni-graz.at/en/doktoratskolleg/faculty (see ‘Thesis Topics’ and then ‘List of Project Abstracts’. Prospective candidates are very welcome to contact the respective faculty members for further information or to informally discuss the openings.
Call For Applications
PhD student positions (project assistant without doctorate) in the interdisciplinary Doktoratskolleg “Climate Change – Uncertainties, Thresholds and Coping Strategies”(Application Deadline: May 21th 2014)
For all the 16 PhD theses a second supervisor will support the student as well, complementary to the main supervisor listed with each topic.
Note that, as described in the job announcement above, you are required to indicate in your motivation letter a first and second preference from these PhD thesis topics (and/or a first and second preference for main supervisor).
Topics with focus Natural Sciences (Physical Climate Science, Geosciences):
Topics with focus Social Sciences (Economics, System & Sustainability Sciences):
Topics with focus Normative Theory (Theories of Justice, Climate Ethics):