Of the 19 applications received, the TESS council approved funding for 10 doctoral students with grants ranging from €3 000 to €10 000.
|SWOT observability of internal tides and eddies interactions around New Caledonia
|Nonlinearities in the atmospheric response to El Niño: Idealisedstatistical and dynamical modelling
|Monitoring of species traits for dense temperate forests in the framework of future spatial hyperspectral missions
|Coastal evolution monitoring by GNSS reflectometry.
|Modelling of sediment fluxes during flash floods for risk management purpose and restoration of ecological continuity
|Study of the radium isotopes along GEOTRACES oceanic sections
|The deformation of the mantle-crust transition: The Andean chain case
|Observations of soil surface temperatures over the whole Arctic permafrost area using remote sensing
|Impact of a climate at + 2°C on emissions of volatile biogenic compounds and on air quality
|Short frequency comb LIDAR for atmospheric CO2 remote sensing