Mathematical Sciences Phd opportunity - Modelling the Marginal Ice Zone

This PhD project is an opportunity to develop and implement state-of-the art models of Antarctic sea ice.

Antarctic sea ice

The research is motivated by compelling evidence that the marginal ice zone has markedly dynamic and thermodynamic properties to the inner ice cover, and the importance of the marginal ice zone to the global climate system in the era of climate change.

The project involves collaborations in Australia (including the Australian Antarctic Division, CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology) and overseas (including Washington and Otago). 

Applications close Wednesday 31 March 2021.

To find out more about this exciting opportunity, contact Professor Luke Bennetts from the School of Mathematical Sciences.

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