The Cross-Atlantic Network of Excellence in Marine Science (CANEMS)

 

WHAT IS IT?

The Cross-Atlantic Network of Excellence in Marine Science (CANEMS) is an initiative developed by the TRIATLAS project under WP10.

This network combines summer schools, student exchange programs, sea-going training and academic teaching in a highly interdisciplinary and sustainable context.

CANEMS is intended to support young researchers not only during one certain period but to serve as network with a multi-year perspective so that several steps of their careers can be accomplished within the CANEMS community. This makes the CANEMS concept different to other interdisciplinary approaches which often have a stronger short-term component.

It is new as a South-South-North enterprise and may therefore establish the foundation for a longer lasting science cooperation which has been established in parts of the North Atlantic (ICES) and Pacific (PICES).

 

FOR WHAT PURPOSE?

Combine the academic infrastructure and strength of TRIATLAS institutions to foster graduate studies in Marine Sciences in the Atlantic Ocean.

University programs, potential supervisors and research themes, and funding opportunities will be advertised on a dedicated portal.

  Knowledge exchange within the network to strengthen individual programs, foster a next generation of young scientists, and contribute to the scope of BG-08 and the Belém statement to promote and facilitate human capital development and scientific exchange.

Foster short term student visits to a foreign institution to attend courses and develop studies as part of a degree.

Implement cotutelle degree among universities participating in TRIATLAS.

Fund missions of scientists to lecture at graduate programs from the network.

Promote the TRIATLAS Summer Schools/Workshops.

This portal provides you with information on resources, programs and activities that will help improve human resource training in the institutions participating in TRIATLAS and other programs in the Atlantic.

It is also an information point on initiatives proposed by TRIATLAS participants: summer schools, onboard training, student and researcher exchanges.

For more information on the CANEMS program, contact Professor José Muelbert of Universidad Federal do Rio Grande.

 

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Post-doctoral Researcher in Ecological Modeling and Marine Ecosystem Services at the Ecology and Evolution Department, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Are you interested in ecosystem functions, services and the responses of biodiversity to global change? You also feel like tackling relevant questions in your work, and improve people’s livelihood? You have always wanted to work with marine ecosystems, especially reefs? All of this is possible within our project “Brazilian reefs in the Anthropocene”.

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Postdoctoral position in observational physical oceanography at NORCE Climate, part of the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research in Bergen, Norwaythe position is part of a large European project and the focus of this part of the project is on the variability of the large-scale circulation in the South Atlantic. The position is for three years, starting immediately and the deadline for applications is 29th February 2020.

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Postdoc Position at LEGOS (Toulouse, France) on Flow-Topography Interactions in the Gulf of Guinea – As part of the TRIATLAS European project on “South and Tropical Atlantic climate-based marine ecosystem prediction for sustainable management”, we seek a postdoc candidate to conduct a research work on regional ocean dynamics in the Gulf of Guinea, mostly through numerical modelling.

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TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

Call for Scholarship Applications 2020 at University of Abomey-Calavi, International Chair in Mathematical Physics and Applications (CIPMA- UNESCO Chair) in Benin – Application Closing Date at DAAD (for pre-selected candidates only): 7th February 2020

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