Fully-funded PhD scholarships in Singapore
Aron Meltzner (Asst Prof)
meltzner at ntu.edu.sg
Wed Jul 6 13:55:00 UTC 2022
The Asian School of the Environment<https://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase> (ASE) at Nanyang Technological University<https://www.ntu.edu.sg/> (NTU) in Singapore is offering fully-funded PhD scholarships for outstanding students within any area of our faculty’s specializations<https://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase/aboutus/staff-directory/faculty>.
Founded in 2015, the Asian School of the Environment is an interdisciplinary school with a focus on earth and environmental challenges in and around Asia. Our PhD students benefit from our diverse, inclusive and dynamic work environment<https://wcms-prod-admin.ntu.edu.sg/ase/aboutus/the-ase-jedi-group> as well as state-of-the-art laboratory and computer facilities. ASE integrates earth and environmental life science, ecology, engineering and technology, human ecology, humanities, and the social sciences to address key issues of the environment and sustainability. The School offers a 4-year PhD programme in Earth Sciences.
ASE is built upon existing research strengths of NTU’s two Research Centres of Excellence, namely, the Earth Observatory of Singapore<https://earthobservatory.sg/> (EOS) and the Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineering<http://www.scelse.sg/> (SCELSE). The mission of the School is to develop research platforms<https://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase/research> in areas such as the identification of and adaptation to natural hazards and changing climate; environmental damage as a result of human activities; understanding and addressing critical challenges of sustaining a clean environment; and the sustainable use of water resources.
Fully-funded 4-years PhD scholarships are currently available for the mid-year intake in January 2023, with application deadline being 31st July 2022.
Interested candidates are strongly encouraged to first contact potential faculty<https://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase/aboutus/staff-directory/faculty>, and to apply here<https://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase/admissions/graduate-programmes/detail/ase-doctor-of-philosophy-(phd)-(by-research)>.
In particular, members of this e-mail list may have interest in working under one or more of the following faculty:
Associate Professor Emma Hill<https://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/emma-hill>
Associate Professor Sang-Ho Yun<https://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/sang-ho-yun>
Assistant Professor Aron Meltzner<https://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/aron-meltzner>
Assistant Professor Shengji Wei<https://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/wei-shengji>
Assistant Professor Tong Ping<https://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/ping-tong>
Aron J. Meltzner (he/him)
Assistant Professor, Asian School of the Environment
Principal Investigator, Earth Observatory of Singapore
Nanyang Technological University
50 Nanyang Avenue, N2-01a-05, Singapore 639798
meltzner at ntu.edu.sg<mailto:meltzner at ntu.edu.sg> | ase.ntu.edu.sg<http://ase.ntu.edu.sg> | earthobservatory.sg<http://earthobservatory.sg>
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