The Centre for Atmospheric Science (CAS) at the University of
Manchester, is offering a PhD project in the field of “Cloud
micro-physical processes and properties observed from research
aircraft and multi-frequency radar.” The project will be based
around the recently funded PICASSO project, which utilises world
leading aircraft and radar facilities in collaboration with
partners at NASA, the UK Met Office and ECMWF.
Projects are due to start in September 2017, with an application
deadline of 3rd February 2017.
Our studentships are funded by NERC and are available to UK
nationals and other EU nationals that have resided in the UK for
three years prior to commencing the studentship. If you meet this
criteria, funding will be provided for tuition fees and stipend.
Students from EU countries who do not meet the residency
requirements may still be eligible for a fees-only award. Overseas
students may be able to join the programme but will need to have
arranged funding from other sources.
For further details contact Dr Jonathan Crosier – email@example.com