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== Ph.D. position starting 1 July 2013 ==
== Ph.D. position starting 1 July 2013 ==
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Our research group is an active partner in several EU projects dealing with archiving and distributing marine data. In [http://www.seadatanet.org/ SeaDataNet] we developped [[DIVA]], which is now the standard analysis tool for producing climatologies for the different regional seas around Europe and a plug-in for the well known package [ Ocean Data View]. It has also been used in the [http://www.emodnet-chemistry.eu/ EMODNET] chemistry lot for producing statistics on major chemical parameters in the Sea. In addition a interactive web-visualisation tool exploiting the climatologies was prepared ([[OceanBrowser]]) and is not used for discovery services.
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Our research group is an active partner in several EU projects dealing with archiving and distributing marine data. In [http://www.seadatanet.org/ SeaDataNet] we developped [[DIVA]], which is now the standard analysis tool for producing climatologies for the different regional seas around Europe and a plug-in for the well known package [http://odv.awi.de/ Ocean Data View]. It has also been used in the [http://www.emodnet-chemistry.eu/ EMODNET] chemistry lot for producing statistics on major chemical parameters in the Sea. In addition a interactive web-visualisation tool exploiting the climatologies was prepared ([[OceanBrowser]]) and is now used for [http://gher-diva.phys.ulg.ac.be/gher-data/ discovery services].

Revision as of 13:22, 3 May 2013

Jobs for oceanographers can be found here: http://modb.oce.ulg.ac.be/jobs/jobsmare/Jobsmare.htm


Ph.D. position starting 1 July 2013

Our research group is an active partner in several EU projects dealing with archiving and distributing marine data. In SeaDataNet we developped DIVA, which is now the standard analysis tool for producing climatologies for the different regional seas around Europe and a plug-in for the well known package Ocean Data View. It has also been used in the EMODNET chemistry lot for producing statistics on major chemical parameters in the Sea. In addition a interactive web-visualisation tool exploiting the climatologies was prepared (OceanBrowser) and is now used for discovery services.


GHER has been awarded follow-up project SEADATANETII and new EMODNET lots chemistry and biology EMODNET Assembly groups

The work in these projects will allow for a Ph.D. position with developping activities and oceanographic research.



Candidates can send their application

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