Candidates are welcomed for Ph.D. scholarship in the interdisciplinary field of X-ray physics, materials science, and computation. The position is a completely supported position with full-time compensation.
As a Ph.D. student, you will be a piece of the Section for Imaging and Structural Analysis where they create and apply systems for multiscale imaging and auxiliary investigation by methods for electrons, X-rays, and neutrons. They will likely depict the structure, science, and morphology of materials, interfaces or surfaces quantitatively, and thusly to connect this data to the properties of materials and gadgets. Materials and gadgets appropriate for vitality transformation or capacity is our prime intrigue.
The position is a completely full-funded supported position with full-time pay. The arrangement will be founded on the aggregate concurrence with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. The recompense will have concurred with the important union. The time of work is 3 years.
Candidates ought to have a graduate degree in physics or engineering or a comparable degree with a scholastic level proportional to the graduate degree in engineering.
Students must complete the online application form and must also send a supporting document in PDF form. The list of documents needed are:
- A letter motivating the application or cover letter.
- Curriculum vitae.
- Grade transcripts and BSc/MSc diploma.
- Excel sheet with translation of grades to the Danish grading system
The deadline for submission is until January 15, 2018.