The Institute of Geological Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences is a scientific institution representing the mainstream of Polish basic research in the field of Earth geology. Currently, the Institute specializes in geosystem research, with particular emphasis on interactions between the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere in the domain of geological time. The research also covers the objects of cosmic matter whose origin and evolution have significantly influenced and still influences the development of our planet.
The Institute employs about 120 people (including over 50 research workers) and is a member of the most important international geological bodies.
As a member of the GeoPlanet Doctoral School the Institute of Geological Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences conducts doctoral studies in geology. The course lasts 4 years, is conducted in English and ends with a doctoral dissertation. During the course the student attends lectures and participates in research under the supervision of a research tutor.
Recruitment to the GeoPlanet Doctoral School is carried out in the form of competition.
A person who has a master's degree, a master's degree in engineering or an equivalent degree may apply for the Doctoral School.
The candidate should select a research topic from the list below under the title proposal of research topics and contact with a potential supervisor
For additional information contact with:
Prof. Edyta Zawisza - The Coordinator of the GeoPlanet Doctoral School in the Institute of Geological Science PAS, firstname.lastname@example.org
M.Sc. Elżbieta Gogacz - Scientific Information Office, Senior Expert for the Scientific Secretariat and Administration Institute of Geological Science PAS, email@example.com