Join us at ‘Getting the data right’ project
Getting the data right is the title of a large 4-year project to create a globally unique virtual lab and open database tool for quantitative assessment of the climate effects of decision alternatives, popularly speaking ‘a climate footprint generator’, and a mechanism to ensure its continuous maintenance. The project builds on our experiences with two of the most used LCA databases: the consequential version of the ecoinvent database and the hybrid version of EXIOBASE.
A total of nine full-time persons and five Ph.D’s will be working on this project in the next 4 years. We are currently seeking candidates for some of these jobs:
A PhD stipend (at Aalborg University) for modelling household behaviour and consumption patterns
A PhD stipend (at Aalborg University) for uncertainty of global input-output models for climate footprint
A PhD stipend (at Aalborg University) for physical input-output modelling of global supply chain
Read more at the project website at Aalborg University.