The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest rated institution of research and education with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. Its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally esteemed research communities make UiO an important contributor to society. 

Centre for the Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED) is a Norwegian Centre of Excellence that provides a stimulating and well-funded research environment. The main goal of the centre is to develop a model that explains how mantle processes drive plate tectonics and trigger massive
volcanism and associated environmental and climate changes throughout Earth's history.
The centre explores the distribution and history of tectonic plates in time and space, and examines the driving mechanisms that steer all stages of the ‘Wilson Cycle’, and aims to establish the links between Earth's interior, crust and oceans, atmosphere and biosphere. CEED endeavors to also unravel similarities and differences of our planet with earth-like planetary bodies.
The centre was established in 2013 and consists of ca. 60 full time and part time professors and researchers, and a number of PhD and Postdoc researchers.

PhD Research Fellowship in Earth Crises

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  • Søknadsfrist
    Søknadsfristen er gått ut
  • Arbeidsgiver
    University of Oslo
  • Nettside
  • Kommune
    Oslo
  • Jobbnorge-ID
    138685
  • Intern-ID
    2017/5895 - 1017- F143
  • Omfang
    Heltid
  • Varighet
    Engasjement

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