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Fullly-funded PhD Project:

The Department of Science at the University of Roma Tre (Italy) is seeking high quality applicants for one fully-funded PhD Research Project starting in January 2014. The PhD Research Project is part of the Marie-Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) ALErT: Anatolian Plateau climate and tectonic hazards.

The title of the PhD project is:

“Late Cenozoic deformation, uplift, and erosion along the southern flank of the Central Anatolian Plateau (CAP): the terrestrial record”.

 The project will involve extensive field and laboratory work mainly on the stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and chemostratigraphy of Plio-Quaternary marine deposits at the southern margin of the CAP.

 Applicants for this position must come from outside Italy.

 Instructions for applicants and more information on objectives, tasks, and methodology for this PhD position can be found linking to:

 http://europa.uniroma3.it/bando2013/

Applications must be transmitted only via web, through the same link, fulfilling the form online and uploading the documents indicated, according to the instructions on the form.

Applications incomplete or lacking of all the requested documents shall be rejected.

The deadline for submission is: September 16, 2013 - 14.00 (CET)

Applicants are kindly requested to contact prof. Domenico Cosentino (Αυτή η διεύθυνση ηλεκτρονικού ταχυδρομείου προστατεύεται από τους αυτοματισμούς αποστολέων ανεπιθύμητων μηνυμάτων. Χρειάζεται να ενεργοποιήσετε τη JavaScript για να μπορέσετε να τη δείτε.) emailing all the documents uploaded via web for applying to the PhD position (CV, three recommendation letters from geoscientists, and their own three-years research program on this PhD project).