The University of Copenhagen Offers Ph.D. Scholarship in Experimental Aspects of Non-Abelian Condensed Matter Physics, for Successful International Students. The project focuses on experiments to test the non-local and non-abelian nature of Majorana-bound states in super/hybrid semiconductors.
The University of Copenhagen is the second oldest university in Scandinavia with four campuses, both characterized by their distinctive atmosphere. There are six faculties and about 100 research departments and institutes in the University. At this university, you will be educated in plant ecology and development, plant molecular biology, and statistical population genetics. You will work closely with the group’s postdoctoral scientists.
- The scholarship offers a minimum salary of DKK 333,464 (approximately € 44,461), including the annual supplement (+ pension with a minimum of DKK 54,191). Negotiation of a salary supplement is possible.
- The scholarship does not cover travel expenses, living expenses, medical insurance or study materials.
- Eligible course or subjects: Ph.D. scholarships in experimental aspects of the physics of non-Abelian condensed matter.
- Evaluating applicants’ qualifications will emphasize prior research, work experience, and publications (if any).
- To apply, applicants must be admitted to the doctorate at the university. After that, you can complete the online application form.
- Applicants must submit documents such as a cover letter, in English, describing their background and research interests. Attach your CV with a list of publications, diplomas, and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc).
- Applicants must have a master’s degree in physics or applied physics with good results and good English skills.
- Applicants must provide evidence of English language ability: IELTS, TOEFL, or other acceptable tests.
Application deadline: 12-09-2021