Thread: Fully-funded PhD scholarships in Singapore

Started: 2022-07-06 13:44:02
Last activity: 2022-07-06 13:44:02
Aron Meltzner (Asst Prof)
2022-07-06 13:44:02
Dear Colleagues,

The Asian School of the Environmenthttps://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase (ASE) at Nanyang Technological Universityhttps://www.ntu.edu.sg/ (NTU) in Singapore is offering fully-funded PhD scholarships for outstanding students within any area of our faculty’s specializationshttps://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 environmenthttps://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 Singaporehttps://earthobservatory.sg/ (EOS) and the Singapore Centre for Environmental Life Sciences Engineeringhttp://www.scelse.sg/ (SCELSE). The mission of the School is to develop research platformshttps://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 facultyhttps://www.ntu.edu.sg/ase/aboutus/staff-directory/faculty, and to apply herehttps://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 Hillhttps://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/emma-hill
Associate Professor Sang-Ho Yunhttps://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/sang-ho-yun
Assistant Professor Aron Meltznerhttps://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/aron-meltzner
Assistant Professor Shengji Weihttps://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/wei-shengji
Assistant Professor Tong Pinghttps://earthobservatory.sg/about-us/our-people/ping-tong

Best wishes,
Aron Meltzner

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
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