Doctoral studies

country
province
city
subject area
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university type - Poland  
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Łódź, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Łódź, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Katowice, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Lublin, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Łódź, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Łódź, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
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Gdańsk, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Gdynia, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Łódź, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
en en
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Warsaw, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
pl pl
Cracow, Poland
subject area: engineering and engineering trades
Atmospheric remote sensing is vitally important to addressing major societal challenges related to climate change and atmospheric pollution. An EU-funded project is reducing the uncertainty in critical atmospheric parameters and training a new generation of scientists in new observation techniques.

Study in Poland