Soil water balance modeling and satellite data for irrigation optimization, Soil water balance modeling and satellite data for irrigation optimization via EURAXESS

Politecnico di Milano

Milan, Italy 🇮🇹

Job Information

Organisation/Company: Politecnico di Milano

Research Field: Engineering

Researcher Profile: Recognised Researcher (R2), Leading Researcher (R4), First Stage Researcher (R1), Established Researcher (R3)

Country: Italy

Application Deadline: 21/12/2022 – 00:59 (UTC)

Type of Contract: To be defined

Job Status: Not Applicable

Is the job funded through the EU Research Framework Programme?: Not funded by an EU programme

Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure?: No

Offer Description

The main objective of the CROSMOD and AFRI-SMART projects is to investigate how to achieve sustainable agriculture in the African continent in drought conditions, developing innovative solutions based on the combined use of hydrology modeling and satellite data to optimize water resource management . The AFRI-SMART project will develop the activity on a Moroccan scale, while CROSMOD on an Irrigation consortium within it.


Additional Information

Eligibility criteria

Relevance of qualifications with the research programme object of selection

Consistency of the candidate’s overall profile with respect to the content of the research programme for selection

Close relevance of publications submitted with the research programme object of selection

Interview aimed at ascertaining the candidate’s aptitude for the research object of the selection

Eligible destination country/ies for fellows:

  • ASIA

Eligibility of fellows: country/ies of residence:

  • All

Eligibility of fellows: nationality/ies:

  • All

Selection process

In order to participate in the selection, please read the call (“bando”) available at the following website:…Website for additional job details…

Work Location(s)

Number of offers available2Company/InstitutePolitecnico di MilanoCountryItaly

Where to apply



City: Milan





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