Ongeveer 18 uur geleden - Technische Universiteit Delft (TUD) - Delft
PhD Geoarchaeology and 14C analysis of initial farming in NW Europe (1.0 FTE)
We offer one PhD position (AIO) in the area of high-resolution dating, making use of existing and new 14C dates and statistical modelling. As a PhD candidate, you should be committed to conducting independent and original scientific research, to report on this research in interna
- Broerstraat, Groningen, Groningen
- Tijdelijk contract / Tijdelijke opdracht
- Uren per week:
- 38 - 38 uur
- € 2325 - € 2325 per maand
We offer one PhD position (AIO) in the area of high-resolution dating, making use of existing and new 14C dates and statistical modelling. As a PhD candidate, you should be committed to conducting independent and original scientific research, to report on this research in international peer-reviewed publications, presentations, and disseminating knowledge in non-academic contexts. The result should be a cumulative PhD.
The PhD project is part of a Dutch Science Foundation (NWO) project that focuses on the start and development of animal husbandry in the Dutch wetlands – a case study area of continental importance thanks to its high-quality preservation and fine grained stratigraphy. The larger project also encompasses a PhD on the aDNA of the livestock and a postdoc on the diet and mobility of these same animals. This PhD project aims to provide a high-resolution framework. It does so making use of existing and new 14C dates and Bayesian modeling of these dates taking into account the available site stratigraphies.
The PhD will be trained and supervised jointly by GIA researchers Dr J.H.M. Peeters (hunter-gatherer archaeology), Prof. D.C.M. Raemaekers (Neolithic archaeology) and Dr M. Dee (Centre for Isotope Research, University of Groningen).
• a master's degree in archaeology, geology or quaternary sciences or a related field, with an excellent academic record and affinities with the other fields mentioned
• proven research abilities and affinity with the research topic
• excellent command of English and good academic writing skills
ConditionsWe offer you in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities:
• a salary at € 2,325 (gross) per month during the first year increasing to € 2,835 (gross) per month for the third year (figures are based on full-time [1.0 fte] employment
• a holiday allowance of 8% gross annual income
• an 8.3% end-of-the-year allowance
• minimum of 29 holidays and additional 12 holidays in case of full-time employment
• a temporary 1.0 FTE appointment for 12 months, an extension of the employment with two additional years is contingent upon a satisfactory assessment of the candidate’s performance after nine months.
Start date: 1 January 2020.
Additional informationProf. R.M. Esser (for questions regarding the Graduate School for the Humanities)
Dr J.H.M. Peeters, primary supervisor to the project (for questions regarding the proposal)