Economics, Data science, Statistics jobs – Few PhD Positions with stipend is part of the research project “Getting the data right” for climate footprints, at the Technical Faculty for IT and Design, Department of Planning, the Danish Centre for Environmental Assessment (DCEA), Aalborg University, Denmark
Deadline to Apply
May 31, 2021 (23: 59 GMT +1)
|No. of Position(s)||Few|
|Research Area||– Economics|
– Data science
|Scholarship||According to standard norms|
|Workplace||Technical Faculty for IT and Design|
Department of Planning
Danish Centre for Environmental Assessment (DCEA)
|Contract Period||3 Years|
|Starting date||June 01, 2021|
- Have a relevant Master’s degree in statistics, economics, data science, or engineering
- Have experience with programming (python)
- Have experience with complex quantitative modelling, e.g., ecosystem, economic, or social modelling
- Have a high level of English language and communication skills, both in writing and verbally
The stipend is part of the research project “Getting the data right” for climate footprints, a 4-year research project to provide a globally unique virtual lab and database tool for quantitative assessment of the climate effects of decision alternatives, popularly speaking ‘a climate footprint generator’, and a mechanism to ensure its continuous maintenance.
The PhD study is anticipated to cover the following aspects of large global input-output models for climate footprints:
- Uncertainty specification for raw data
- Uncertainty propagation
- Uncertainty presentation
How to Apply?
The application is only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button above
- Motivation letter / Statement of purpose
- A list of past research experience and publications if any.
- Copy of the degree diploma
About Department of planning
The department provides high-quality research and teaching in the field of planning, technology and society in order to create a more sustainable future. We are interdisciplinary in the technical, natural and social science disciplines and present a unique combination of social and technological understanding where digital and technological solutions merge with the needs of society. Our research creates the foundation for educating the future workforce, and as part of Aalborg University, the department rests on a socially engaging and problem-oriented approach. It is also at Department of Planning that the UNESCO Center for Problem-Based Learning is at home. That helps ensure, we create educations aimed at the job market and a society with increasing focus on technology, digitization, sustainability and partnerships for a sustainable transition.
Appointment and salary as a PhD fellow are according to the Ministry of Finance Circular of 28 June 2019 on the Collective Agreement for Academics in Denmark, Appendix 5, regarding PhD fellows, and with the current Circular of 11 December 2019 on the employment structure at Danish universities.
Professor Bo Pedersen Weidema
Phone: 9940 8328
Post expires at 8:59am on Tuesday June 1st, 2021 (GMT+9)