Open Call for Research Grant

Are you passionate about developing advanced methods for data assimilation in volcanic phenomena? DT-GEO is seeking a qualified researcher for a one-year grant position in Naples.

Are you passionate about developing advanced methods for data assimilation in volcanic phenomena? DT-GEO is seeking a qualified researcher for a one-year grant position in Naples.

Position Details:

  • Activity: Development of methods for data assimilation for lava flow and ash dispersal Digital Twin Components.
  • Duration: One year
  • Location: Naples
  • Supervisor: Giovanni Macedonio (email: giovanni.macedonio@ingv.it)
  • Required: PhD and programming skills (Python and/or Fortran/C++)

Deadline: 24 April 2024

This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge research in the ambit of the DT-GEO project. For more information, check the official announcement or contact Giovanni Macedonio.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to advance your career and contribute to pioneering research!

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