27/07/2020
The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers
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Junior researcher (PhD candidate) in the field of agronomic engineering at BETA Technological Center. Reference:20FUBPDIFCAFTCE330


  • ORGANISATION/COMPANY
    Universitat de Vic (UVIC - UCC)
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Agricultural sciencesAgronomics
    Environmental science
  • RESEARCHER PROFILE
    First Stage Researcher (R1)
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
    30/09/2020 23:00 - Europe/Athens
  • LOCATION
    Spain › Vic
  • TYPE OF CONTRACT
    Temporary
  • JOB STATUS
    Full-time
  • HOURS PER WEEK
    38
  • EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
    H2020

OFFER DESCRIPTION

The University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia and Ghent University, partners of the H2020 project “Innovative nutrient recovery from secondary sources – Production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE” (FERTIMANURE), are together recruiting a joint junior researcher. This PhD candidate will mainly be stationed at UVIC, but will conduct research stays at Ghent University. As such, the candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary group coordinating the H2020 FERTIMANURE project, which involves 21 partners from throughout Europe. BETA Tech. Centre, at the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), aims to improve and promote competitiveness and technological capacities of companies, public bodies and other entities, through the development of R&D&I collaborative projects. Our main fields of expertise are: soil and nutrient management, green technologies, ecology and biodiversity, agri-food industries, and sustainability. Ghent University (Belgium) is a leading institute in resource recovery and renewable resources. It is home to the BioRefine Cluster Europe (www.biorefine.eu), a network of international research and development projects with the dedicated focus of guiding innovation towards applied market implementation. Within the context of the H2020 project FERTIMANURE, the candidate will be broadly involved in laboratory and field experimentation on the use of innovative fertilizing products and materials recovered from livestock manure and biostimulants. The main responsibilities will include 1) carrying out field and pot tests to evaluate agronomic adequacy and nutrient use efficiency, 2) environmental impact of the fertilizing products, 3) data analysis and write-up of scientific manuscripts and technical reports and presentation of results. The University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia and Ghent University, partners of the H2020 project “Innovative nutrient recovery from secondary sources – Production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE” (FERTIMANURE), are together recruiting a joint junior researcher. This PhD candidate will mainly be stationed at UVIC, but will conduct research stays at Ghent University. As such, the candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary group coordinating the H2020 FERTIMANURE project, which involves 21 partners from throughout Europe. BETA Tech. Centre, at the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), aims to improve and promote competitiveness and technological capacities of companies, public bodies and other entities, through the development of R&D&I collaborative projects. Our main fields of expertise are: soil and nutrient management, green technologies, ecology and biodiversity, agri-food industries, and sustainability. Ghent University (Belgium) is a leading institute in resource recovery and renewable resources. It is home to the BioRefine Cluster Europe (www.biorefine.eu), a network of international research and development projects with the dedicated focus of guiding innovation towards applied market implementation. Within the context of the H2020 project FERTIMANURE, the candidate will be broadly involved in laboratory and field experimentation on the use of innovative fertilizing products and materials recovered from livestock manure and biostimulants. The main responsibilities will include 1) carrying out field and pot tests to evaluate agronomic adequacy and nutrient use efficiency, 2) environmental impact of the fertilizing products, 3) data analysis and write-up of scientific manuscripts and technical reports and presentation of results. The University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia and Ghent University, partners of the H2020 project “Innovative nutrient recovery from secondary sources – Production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE” (FERTIMANURE), are together recruiting a joint junior researcher. This PhD candidate will mainly be stationed at UVIC, but will conduct research stays at Ghent University. As such, the candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary group coordinating the H2020 FERTIMANURE project, which involves 21 partners from throughout Europe. BETA Tech. Centre, at the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), aims to improve and promote competitiveness and technological capacities of companies, public bodies and other entities, through the development of R&D&I collaborative projects. Our main fields of expertise are: soil and nutrient management, green technologies, ecology and biodiversity, agri-food industries, and sustainability. Ghent University (Belgium) is a leading institute in resource recovery and renewable resources. It is home to the BioRefine Cluster Europe (www.biorefine.eu), a network of international research and development projects with the dedicated focus of guiding innovation towards applied market implementation. Within the context of the H2020 project FERTIMANURE, the candidate will be broadly involved in laboratory and field experimentation on the use of innovative fertilizing products and materials recovered from livestock manure and biostimulants. The main responsibilities will include 1) carrying out field and pot tests to evaluate agronomic adequacy and nutrient use efficiency, 2) environmental impact of the fertilizing products, 3) data analysis and write-up of scientific manuscripts and technical reports and presentation of results. The University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia and Ghent University, partners of the H2020 project “Innovative nutrient recovery from secondary sources – Production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE” (FERTIMANURE), are together recruiting a joint junior researcher. This PhD candidate will mainly be stationed at UVIC, but will conduct research stays at Ghent University. As such, the candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary group coordinating the H2020 FERTIMANURE project, which involves 21 partners from throughout Europe. BETA Tech. Centre, at the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), aims to improve and promote competitiveness and technological capacities of companies, public bodies and other entities, through the development of R&D&I collaborative projects. Our main fields of expertise are: soil and nutrient management, green technologies, ecology and biodiversity, agri-food industries, and sustainability. Ghent University (Belgium) is a leading institute in resource recovery and renewable resources. It is home to the BioRefine Cluster Europe (www.biorefine.eu), a network of international research and development projects with the dedicated focus of guiding innovation towards applied market implementation. Within the context of the H2020 project FERTIMANURE, the candidate will be broadly involved in laboratory and field experimentation on the use of innovative fertilizing products and materials recovered from livestock manure and biostimulants. The main responsibilities will include 1) carrying out field and pot tests to evaluate agronomic adequacy and nutrient use efficiency, 2) environmental impact of the fertilizing products, 3) data analysis and write-up of scientific manuscripts and technical reports and presentation of results. The University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia and Ghent University, partners of the H2020 project “Innovative nutrient recovery from secondary sources – Production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE” (FERTIMANURE), are together recruiting a joint junior researcher. This PhD candidate will mainly be stationed at UVIC, but will conduct research stays at Ghent University. As such, the candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary group coordinating the H2020 FERTIMANURE project, which involves 21 partners from throughout Europe. BETA Tech. Centre, at the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), aims to improve and promote competitiveness and technological capacities of companies, public bodies and other entities, through the development of R&D&I collaborative projects. Our main fields of expertise are: soil and nutrient management, green technologies, ecology and biodiversity, agri-food industries, and sustainability. Ghent University (Belgium) is a leading institute in resource recovery and renewable resources. It is home to the BioRefine Cluster Europe (www.biorefine.eu), a network of international research and development projects with the dedicated focus of guiding innovation towards applied market implementation. Within the context of the H2020 project FERTIMANURE, the candidate will be broadly involved in laboratory and field experimentation on the use of innovative fertilizing products and materials recovered from livestock manure and biostimulants. The main responsibilities will include 1) carrying out field and pot tests to evaluate agronomic adequacy and nutrient use efficiency, 2) environmental impact of the fertilizing products, 3) data analysis and write-up of scientific manuscripts and technical reports and presentation of results. The University of Vic-Central University of Catalonia and Ghent University, partners of the H2020 project “Innovative nutrient recovery from secondary sources – Production of high-added value FERTIlisers from animal MANURE” (FERTIMANURE), are together recruiting a joint junior researcher. This PhD candidate will mainly be stationed at UVIC, but will conduct research stays at Ghent University. As such, the candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary group coordinating the H2020 FERTIMANURE project, which involves 21 partners from throughout Europe. BETA Tech. Centre, at the University of Vic – Central University of Catalonia (UVic-UCC), aims to improve and promote competitiveness and technological capacities of companies, public bodies and other entities, through the development of R&D&I collaborative projects. Our main fields of expertise are: soil and nutrient management, green technologies, ecology and biodiversity, agri-food industries, and sustainability. Ghent University (Belgium) is a leading institute in resource recovery and renewable resources. It is home to the BioRefine Cluster Europe (www.biorefine.eu), a network of international research and development projects with the dedicated focus of guiding innovation towards applied market implementation. Within the context of the H2020 project FERTIMANURE, the candidate will be broadly involved in laboratory and field experimentation on the use of innovative fertilizing products and materials recovered from livestock manure and biostimulants. The main responsibilities will include 1) carrying out field and pot tests to evaluate agronomic adequacy and nutrient use efficiency, 2) environmental impact of the fertilizing products, 3) data analysis and write-up of scientific manuscripts and technical reports and presentation of results.

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EURAXESS offer ID: 545881

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