IKERTALENT 2024 – Two PhD Positions

Basque Centre for Climate Change
July 01, 2024
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The Basque Centre for Climate Change is a host institution of the Ikertalent 2024 program – Grants for supporting research and technical staff in the scientific-technological and business fields in the agricultural, fisheries and food sectors. It offers two PhD to be carried out in a multidisciplinary and international research team. The doctoral fellowship aims to promote the training of researchers and technical staff by incorporating and participating in R+D+i projects to be carried out in scientific-technological areas, markets and business organisations in the agricultural, fishing and food of the Basque Country.

For more details of the grant, applications and selection criteria process, and other general questions, please visit the IkerTalent program website.

What do we offer:

BC3 offers two pre-doctoral positions to work:

  • “Quantification of the environmental and economic impact of “climate-smart forestry”” The main objective of the project is to assess the impacts of various climate-smart forestry practices on multiple environmental priorities. This PhD would be directed by Phil Martin and Jorge Curiel, both BC3 researchers
  • “Agri-food transitions in the Basque Country and implications for terrestrial ecosystems” The main objective of the project is to analyse the environmental, nutritional and socio-economic impact of the different transitions in the agri-food system in the Basque Country. This PhD would be directed by Iñaki Arto and Agustin del Prado, both BC3 researchers
  • Term of contract

    The position will be for a period of 4 years

    Salary

    According to the call

    Location

    Basque Centre for Climate Change, Leioa, Spain.

    More information

    Informal inquiries for the “Quantification of the environmental and economic impact of “climate-smart forestry”” project can be made to Phil Martin ([email protected] ) or Jorge Curiel ([email protected]) noting in the subject of the message “Ikertalent 2024 climate-smart forestry”.

    Informal inquiries for the “Agri-food transitions in the Basque Country and implications for terrestrial ecosystems” project can be made to Agustin del Prado ([email protected] ) or Iñaki Arto ([email protected]) noting in the subject of the message “Ikertalent 2024 Agri-food transitions”.

    The application and selection process will be carried out by Ikertalent via the EJGV platform. Further information on each research project can be found at the IkerTalent program website.

    Deadline

    1 July, 2024.

    Apply here

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