IMUS researchers Enrique D Fernández Nieto and Gladys Narbona Reina, members of the M2S2M group - Mathematical modeling and simulation of environmental systems, have been beneficiaries of a European project "Doctoral Networks" within the HORIZON-MSCA-DN 2021 program
The Doctoral Network “Studying the Earth’s surface with seismic methods” (EnvSeis) is funded by the European Commission’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. Bringing together 10 leading research groups from 7 countries, EnvSeis supports 12 early stage researchers in the emerging field of environmental seismology, in which seismic methods are used to study processes at or near the Earth’s surface, such as landsliding, river sediment transport, debris flows, and glacial and marine processes. Projects in the network are connected by the common methodology and joint training and networking activities. More information can be found on the project website www.envseis.eu.
Within this European Project, the University of Seville opens a doctoral position for the individual project ESR10: Modelling of seismic waves generated by submarine landslides and tsunamis
The deadline for the application is January 10, 2023 and they register on the Euraxess portal:https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/855318