The Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) is a member of the Helmholtz Association (HGF) and funded by federal and state government. AWI focuses on polar and marine research in a variety of disciplines such as biology, oceanography, geology, geochemistry and geophysics thus allowing multidisciplinary approaches to scientific goals. The department of Geosciences, section Marine Geochemistry invites applications as
Geochemist as head of an isotope geochemistry group starting on February 1st, 2017.
Outstanding candidates from the UK or EU are invited to apply for two fully funded PhD studentships at SAMS, one of the UK's premier marine research institutes. Students will study at SAMS in Oban on the west coast of Scotland and will be registered as students of the University of the Highlands and Islands.Outstanding candidates from the UK or EU are invited to apply for two fully funded PhD studentships at SAMS, one of the UK's premier marine research institutes.
Baltic Eye is a new part of the Baltic Sea Centre. Through close collaboration between research and communication Baltic Eye should enhance knowledge about the Baltic Sea and help improve environmental measures decided by policy makers. Baltic Eye consist of seven researchers, two technicians and four communicators and two advocacy/analysis officers.
Stockholms University Baltic Sea Centre works to:
As part of its dynamic research policy and supported by the possibilities offered by the Flemish Government through the resources of the Special Research Fund (BOF), the Faculty of Science is seeking to fill a full-time vacancy in the Department of Biology for a Research professor (ZAPBOF) in the area of Marine Biogeochemistry.
The assignment consists of lecturing duties, scientific research and academic service to society. During a period, limited to 10 years, scientific research will be the main activity.