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Are you a researcher in possession of a doctoral degree and with no more than eight years of full-time equivalent research experience?

Discover the opportunities of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Postdoctoral Fellowships for researchers at CMCC@CaFoscari in Venice.

CMCC@Ca’Foscari is a research center on climate change, the result of a strategic partnership between Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and the CMCC Foundation – Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change. Thanks to the sharing of resources and skills of these two organizations, CMCC@Ca’Foscari is today one the most important climate research center developed by an Italian university. It can count not only on a team of about 50 researchers and professors, but also on the technological and modeling CMCC infrastructure, including a supercomputer among the most powerful in Europe dedicated to the modeling and forecasting of future climate and to the assessment of the economic repercussions of climate change.

Under the framework of Horizon Europe Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions, CMCC@Ca’Foscari is taking into consideration to support individual experienced researchers in order to develop research proposals with reference to the MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships 2023 Call (HORIZON-MSCA-2023-PF-01).

MSCA-PF European Fellowships support experienced researchers for a full time period between 12 and 24 months. Fellowships are open to researchers meeting the following criteria:

   – Candidates must have a doctoral degree and no more than eight years of
   full-time equivalent research experience (measured from the date when
   they obtained the degree formally entitling him or her to embark on a
   doctorate, at the time of the deadline of the call);
   – Eligible researchers can be of any nationality and must not have
   resided or carried out their main activity in Italy for more than 12 months
   over the last 3 years prior to the call deadline (13/09/2023).

Research topic: Candidates have the chance to propose a research topic consistent with the research topics of the two CMCC Research Divisions based in Venice:

   – ECIP- Economic analysis of Climate Impacts and Policy
      – Climate economic modelling (CGE)
      – Climate socio-economic impacts and adaptation
      – Climate change, energy demand, energy prices
      – Energy poverty, energy access and use and adaptive capacity

   – RAAS – Risk Assessment and Adaptation Strategies
      – Multi-risk and impact assessment
      – Environmental and ecological risk analysis
      – Risk-oriented decision support systems and climate services