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11. 11. 2018
Department of Landscape Water Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague is looking for a doctoral candidate (PhD student) who would join our group and work with us on water use efficiency in agricultural production.
The student will take a part in a cross-disciplinary European Project ‘Management of soil water resources in the EU and China and its impact on agro-ecosystem functions.’ The focus of our group will be assessing the impact of various management measures on water balance and soil water regime.
Duration: March 2019 – September 2022
Main place of work: CTU in Prague, Czech Republic. Regular work on the experimental catchments in countryside.
- Master’s degree in environmental engineering, hydrology, hydrogeology, agriculture, physical geography or related fields.
- Verification of degree will be required.
- Background in hydrology and soil physics desirable.
- Programming skills, experience with hydrological modelling and GIS preferred.
- Driving license Class B.
- Proficient in spoken and written English.
- Creativity, independence and ability to come up with new ideas necessary!
- Team work with a lot of interaction with our project partners.
- The research is intended to lead to the attainment of a PhD degree.
- Salary: equivalent of circa 1000 € month (plus benefits depending on involvement and results, allows reasonable living standard in the Czech Republic).
Application must include:
1. Curriculum vitae (including list of publications).
2. Proof of qualification (simple copy in this stage).
3. Brief cover letter explaining your motivation.
Please, send your application with all attachments to: email@example.com by 25 November 2018.
Contact person: Tomas Dostal, Czech Technical University in Prague, storm.fsv.cvut.cz
Thought for the month
“I am happy in my mud” (response of Chuang Tzu (Taoist philosopher of the 4th Century BC), as he declined the invitation by the Emperor of China to become the Prime Minister
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