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IAPETUS2 fully-funded postgraduate studentships


Research Field
Formal sciences
Natural sciences
Professions and applied sciences
Social sciences
Funding Type
Career Stage
European Research Programme
Not funded by an EU programme


IAPETUS2 projects

IAPETUS2 will support at least 16 fully-funded postgraduate studentships in 2020.  The School of Geography and Sustainable Development are advertising the following doctoral research projects.

The deadline to apply to the University of St Andrews and to complete the IAPETUS form is Friday 10th January 2020 at 5pm (GMT).

Please go to the IAPETUS2 website for details on the projects, how to apply and eligibility and requirements.

A time geography approach for data fusion of movement and environmental  data: accounting for uncertainty of movement in resource selection models

Contact: Dr Urska Demsar (


Assessing the sustainability of high-latitude rangeland grazing areas using high-resolution remote sensing imagery and spatial models of erosion

Contact: Dr Richard Streeter (


Valuing neo-native species. Is naturalised Scots pine a threat or benefit for climate resilience? 

Contact: Dr Althea Davies (


Iceberg calving in West Antarctica 

Contact: Professor Doug Benn (



Organisation name
University of St Andrews
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