The Algarve Centre for Marine Sciences (CCMAR) opens a call for three Junior Researchers (M/F) positions of any nationality, including stateless candidates under programme contract UIDP/04326/2020 funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, I.P.
Job Summary and Duties:
The junior Researchers will:
a) Make cutting edge scientific contributions framed in CCMAR’s thematic lines, including to at least one of United Nations 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goals.
b) Provide advice and supervision to students (MSc, PhD).
c) Further the development of the CCMAR strategy.
d) Obtain external funding for research and collaborate in collective initiatives of CCMAR.
Application Period: Between 2nd December 2021 and 29th December 2021 at 23:59 (Lisbon time, Portugal).
More information: https://www.ccmar.ualg.pt/job/ccmarij142021
Caros colegas, já repararam quem ganhou o prémio Nobel da Física este ano? Que me recorde, pelo menos nos últimos anos, nunca tinha sido atribuído a alguém do sistema Atmosfera/Oceano.
Pois aí está! Syukuro Manabe e Klaus Hasselmann!
Syukuro Manabe (https://www.princeton.edu/news/2021/10/05/princetons-syukuro-manabe-receives-nobel-prize-physics) esteve em Lisboa há muitos anos, no Symposium on the Theory of Climate, na Academia das Ciências, a convite do Pinto Peixoto.
Aqui segue uma foto do evento!!!
É hoje! Aqui está: https://worldoceanday.org/
Celebremos com um copo! De água do mar, claro……
Divulgação de evento:
Marine robotic infrastructures network: lessons learned and future developments
Side event – All Atlantic meeting, June 2nd, 2011 (16:00-17:30 UTC)
Copernicus Masters 2021 submissions open
26-04-2021 12:30 PM CEST
The Copernicus Masters 2021 competition is now open for submissions. This international competition awards prizes to innovative solutions, developments and ideas for business and society that use satellite data from the Copernicus programme.