Two PhD vacancies on water at UTwente

Dear colleagues,

I’m taking the liberty to share with you two vacancies I am currently advertising fortwo fully funded PhD positions on water footprint assessment and valuing water.

These positions are part of a large Horizon Europe funded research project on water allocation in a Central Asian transboundary river basin (candidates will be based out of the Netherlands, though). The first demands a more technical profile focusing on understanding and modelling of water use, while for the second position conceptual thinking skills in support of better valuing water are very important.

Since these topics are close to your expertise as well, I’m hoping you might know of any excellent candidates in your network (e.g. recent MSc graduates) who might appreciate the opportunity to embark on an exciting PhD journey with us in Twente. If so, I’d very much welcome you forwarding the vacancy links below.

PhD position in “Water footprint assessment and water allocation modelling”

PhD position in “Valuing water for sustainable, equitable, efficient, and resilient water allocation

Thanks a lot for your help!

Warm regards,

Rick Rick Hogeboom

Assistant Professor – Multidisciplinary Water Management




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