PhD position in marine environmental chemistry

Updated: 29 days ago
Deadline: PhD position in marine environmental chemistry PhD position in marine environmental chemistry - Fakultet for naturvitenskap (NV)ÅlesundTemporary30. okt 2021

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About the position

We have a vacancy for a PhD position within the area of marine environmental chemistry. NTNU seeks a highly qualified, ambitious and motivated candidate to investigate the environmental levels of copper in commercial sea-based aquaculture production systems.

This vacancy is for a position at Department of Biological Sciences in Ålesund at Faculty of Natural Sciences. The appointment has a duration of three years with the possibility for one year extension with 25% teaching duties in agreement with the department. For teaching duties, it is required that the candidate speaks Norwegian or another Scandinavian language. The PhD will be registered at Faculty of Natural Sciences. This position will lead to a doctoral degree (PhD). The workplace is at NTNU in Ålesund, but the candidate should be prepared to spend some time at the Institute of chemistry at NTNU in Trondheim.


The Department of Biological Sciences Ålesund (IBA) is closely linked to the regional industry, both in the health and the marine sector. The department focuses on interdisciplinary research and research-based innovation related to sustainable salmon farming, the marine environment, marine ingredients and medical and laboratory technology. The department holds a full-scale farming license for salmonids located at several farming sites in Møre og Romsdal. Further information is available at the department’s homepage: http://www.ntnu.edu/iba.

The position reports to Head of department.


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