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ICM-CSIC Predoctoral call ('Ayudas para contratos predoctorales para la formación de doctores 2022')

12/01/2023

Hosting Information

Offer Deadline
EU Research Framework Programme
Not funded by an EU programme
Country
Spain
City
Barcelona

Organisation/Institute

Organisation / Company
Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Department
Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM)
Is the Hosting related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure?
No

Contact Information

Organisation / Company Type
Public Research Institution
Website
Postal Code
08003
Street
Passeig Marítim Barceloneta 37-49

Description

The Institut de Ciències del Mar (ICM) aims to train the next generation of researchers in marine sciences to build the future we imagine for our oceans. These PhD fellowships will be funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation through a predoctoral call ('Ayudas para contratos predoctorales para la formación de doctores 2022').

Interested candidates can only apply to one of the following projects, and it is highly recommended that they contact the researcher in charge before submitting the application:

  • Impact of photoperiod on the epi- and metagenomes in Atlantic cod (EPIMETA) (Reference: CEX2019-000928-S-20-5, PI: Jorge Fernandes)
  • Elucidating the Southern Ocean Control of Atmospheric CO2 using a Selection of paleo-archives and proxies (ESCACS) (Reference: PID2021-122451OB-I00, PI: Carles Pelejero and Eva Calvo)
  • MIcrobial COLonization of Ocean paRticles: from mechanistic understanding to global patterns (MICOLOR) (Reference: PID2021-125469NB-C3, PI: Josep M. Gasol, Marta Sebastián, Olga Sánchez and Laura Alonso-Sáez)
  • Connectivity of particle-attached prokaryotes across continental margins and their potential use as particle source and organic carbon degradation proxies (CONPART) (Reference: CEX2019-000928-S-20-2, PI: Viena Puigcorbé and Pere Puig)
  • Application of the Multifractal Theory of Turbulence to the understanding of the flux of energy between scales in the upper ocean (Reference: PID2021-123457OB-C2, PI: Jordi Isern-Fontanet and Lionel Renault)
  • Male reproductive endocrinology in fish(Reference: PID2021-126128OB-I00, PI: François Chauvigne)
  • The Sponge Carbon Pump and the missing roles of marine sponges in biogeochemical cycles (Sponge-pump) (Reference: PID2021-124856NB-I00, PI: Marta Ribes and Rafael Coma)
  • A Safe Operating Space for Penguins: fostering the present and future conservation of penguins and their associated marine systems (Reference: CEX2019-000928-S-20-1, PI: Francisco Ramírez)
  • Assessment of the fate of methane in subseafloor sediments(Reference: CEX2019-000928-S-20-4, PI: Marta Sebastián and Xavier Garcia)
  • Assessment of the effects of warming and emerging pollutants in marine zooplankton(Reference: CEX2019-000928-S-20-3, PI: Montserrat Solé and Enric Saiz)

Applications will be open from 12 to 26 January 2023 at 14h (CET) through the following link. We encourage future applicants to contact the Principal Investigators of the advertised offers as soon as possible.

Please, check this document for more details about each position.

About the ICM

The ICM is the fourth largest research institute of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the largest dedicated to marine research. ICM researchers study most broadly marine topics and the global ocean as a whole. Under the motto “Ocean Science for a Healthy Planet”, the ICM conducts frontier research and foster both knowledge and technology transfer on topics related to ocean and climate interactions, conservation and sustainable use of marine life and ecosystems, and impact mitigation of natural and anthropogenic hazards.