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Subject:

Marie Curie ACE Training Site

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Patrice Hornibrook <[log in to unmask]>

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Analytical, Computational and Experimental (ACE) Studies in Earth Sciences

Are you working on your Ph.D.? Is there an aspect of your Ph.D.
research that would benefit from resources unavailable to you at your
home university? Did you know you could be paid to travel to and
work at a Marie Curie Training Site on a portion of your Ph.D.? ACE
Bristol (http://mcts.gly.bris.ac.uk) may be the programme for you!

Applications are invited from Ph.D. students from EU member and
Associated States* (excluding UK) for research training at the ACE
Earth Sciences Training Site. The site is hosted by the University
of Bristol and funded by the European Commission program 'Improving
Human Research Potential and the Socio-economic Knowledge Base'.
Training is available in modern analytical, computational and
experimental methodologies in four core areas of Earth Sciences:

  Geochemistry
  Experimental and theoretical studies of the earth's interior
  Volcanology and geological fluid dynamics
  Palaeontology

Students undertaking studies in one of the above disciplines will be
supervised and trained in their respective fields by experienced
staff including Professors M.J. Benton, D.E.G. Briggs, C.J.
Hawkesworth, R.S.J. Sparks and B.J. Wood. Students may also (as
required) be enrolled in specialist courses in their field of
research and in communication skills. The goal for visitors will be
to submit a manuscript in English to an international Earth Science
journal by the end of their stay. Visitors will have full access to
departmental student resources including excellent libraries, and may
apply for use of the analytical facilities which are contained in the
EU Geochemical Facility: electron probe microanalysis, ICP-MS, Laser
Ablation ICP-MS, ICP-AES, TIMS, FTIR (CO2 & H2O), LECO (bulk C & S),
XRF, XRD, NMR, SEM-EDS. UNIX workstations are available for a wide
range of statistical and modelling studies.

Between 5 and 7 students per year will benefit under this scheme.
Visits can last between 3 months and one academic year. The host
will provide travel and subsistence expenses. Applicants should
discuss their requirements with Bristol staff prior to sending in
their applications. The next deadline for applications is 30th June
2001. Further information, eligibility criteria and application forms
can be downloaded from:

http://mcts.gly.bris.ac.uk

Or are available from:

Prof. Bernard J. Wood
Department of Earth Sciences, Wills Memorial Building, University of
Bristol, Bristol BS8 1RJ, U.K.
Tel: +44 117 954 5422; Fax: +44 117 925 3385; E-mail: [log in to unmask]

and

Dr. Patrice Hornibrook
ACE Research Network Co-ordinator, Department of Earth Sciences,
Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol, Bristol BS8 1RJ, U.K.
Tel: +44 117 954 5235; Fax: +44 117 925 3385; E-mail:
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* Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary,
Iceland, Israel, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Romania,
Slovakia, and Slovenia.

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