We are looking for highly motivated students to take up two PhD positions in the projects CHAR and RAWFILL.
In RAWFILL, the PhD (3 years) will use and develop geophysical methods for landfill mining initiatives on sites located in Belgium and France with advanced geophysical methods and guided sampling. It is supervised by Professor F. Nguyen and is in close collaboration with the British Geological Survey.
In CHAR, the PhD (4 years) will use and develop geophysical methods to assess the spatio-temporal patterns of soil hydraulic properties and root water uptake and their relationship to charcoal enrichment (supervised by Prs. F. Nguyen and S. Garré, in Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech Campus).
Profile: a MSc degree or equivalent in geophysics, physics, soil or geo science, engineering, or related discipline. A strong background in physics or geophysics, applied mathematics, and numerical methods is an asset
- English language proficiency;
- Team player and field work
- Written and oral communication skills
Interested candidates should send a CV, a motivation letter and the names and addresses of three referees before 1st of august (RAWFILL) and 1st of July (CHAR) by e-mail to F.Nguyen@ulg.ac.be mentioning the PhD for which he/she is applying