The Climate Service Centre Germany (GERICS), a scientific organisational unit of the Helmholtz Centre Hereon, invites applications for a PhD student position in the EU-funded project within the Horizon Europe Innovation Action: The Human-Tech Nexus – Building a Safe Haven to cope with Climate Extremes (The HuT). The position is limited to 3 years and is intended to lead to a PhD. The location is Hamburg.
If you are interested in the open position, you should have a Master’s/Diploma degree in interdisciplinary disciplines such as such as economics, sustainability, environmental and energy management, global development, or open to any related discipline. Previous knowledge and experience of cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness and multi-criteria analysis, or other valuation methodologies for calculating the benefits of climate change adaptation are required.
Part of your role will be to carry out cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness and multi-criteria analyses involving stakeholders. You will also prepare data for analysis, deliver data and coding according to the FAIR criteria, and write scientific publications.
If this sounds like you, we encourage you to apply now.