Italy : 101 PhD positions at University of Trento


Admission to Research Doctorate can be done only by public selection. Announcements for Selection are published every year between February and July. For details about examination&# 39;s schedule please refer to the webpages of the selected doctoral school.

Available applications for Doctoral courses by the University of Trento are listed below.

International Doctoral School in Biomolecular Sciences 29 cycle
Deadline Thu 26 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

PhD Program in Humanities 29th cycle
Deadline Wed 25 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

Doctoral School in Mathematics 29th cycle
Deadline Wed 18 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

Doctoral School in Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering 29th cycle
Deadline Mon 30 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

Doctoral School in Materials, Mechatronics and System Engineering 29th cycle
Deadline Tue 24 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

Doctoral School in Physics 29th cycle
Deadline Tue 10 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

Doctoral Course in Comparative and European legal studies 29th cycle
Deadline Wed 18 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

Further Information

Application Deadline : 26 September 2013

Universita' di Trento

Doctoral courses

PhD courses available at the University of Trento for the academic year 2013/2014 (29° cycle):

Scientific Area:

Humanities Area:

Cognitive Area:

 

Admission to Research Doctorate can be done only by public selection. Announcements for Selection are published every year between February and July. For details about examination’s schedule please refer to the webpages of the selected doctoral school.

Available applications for Doctoral courses by the University of Trento are listed below.

Scientific Area Doctoral Courses – Doctorate Office – Science and technology
Via Sommarive 14 – 38123 Povo – Trento
tel. +39 0461 281667 – 1669 – 2194
fax +39 0641 281699
dottorati-collina@unitn.it
Office opening hours: from Monday to Friday: 10.00-12.00.

Humanities Area Doctoral Courses – Doctorate Office
Via Verdi, 26 – 38122 Trento
tel. +39 0461 282188-1753-2193-1428-2377
fax +39 0461 282191
dottorati-citta@unitn.it
Office opening hours: from Monday to Friday: 10.00-12.00; Tuesday: 14.00-16.00.

Cognitive Area Doctoral Courses – Doctorate Office Rovereto
Corso Bettini, 84 – 38068 Rovereto
tel. +39 0464 808416
fax +39 0464 808407
dottorati-rovereto@unitn.it
Office opening hours: Monday: 10.00-12.00; Wednesday: 14.30-16.00; Friday: 10.00-12.00.

 

International Doctoral School in Biomolecular Sciences 29 cycle
Deadline Thu 26 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)
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PhD Program in Humanities 29th cycle
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Doctoral School in Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering 29th cycle
Deadline Mon 30 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)
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CIBIO – Declaration of Interest Form 2013
Deadline Wed 02 Oct 2013 01:00 (Italian time)
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Doctoral School in Materials, Mechatronics and System Engineering 29th cycle
Deadline Tue 24 Sep 2013 16:00 (Italian time)

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EMBL International PhD Programme 2014 with background in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Molecular Medicine

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EMBL International PhD Programme 2014

We invite candidates with background in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, Molecular Medicine

Would you like to contribute your creativity to an international team of scientists from all disciplines focusing on basic research in the molecular sciences?

European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) invites you to apply for PhD positions in Heidelberg, Grenoble, Hamburg, Hinxton (near Cambridge) and Monterotondo (near Rome).

EMBL opens the door to your scientific career –
our students have an outstanding publication record, are a vital part of our global collaborations and receive their degrees jointly with our network of excellent partner universities in 17 countries.

Our PhD positions come along with generous fellowships including broad health care benefits and pension access.

SPRING RECRUITMENT 2014

REGISTRATION DEADLINE 11 November 2013
SUBMISSION DEADLINE 18 November 2013

Please apply online at www.embl.org/phdprogramme

Contact: predocs@embl.de

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Number 0f KSETA Doctoral Fellow

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The „Karlsruhe School of Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics: Science and Technology (KSETA)“ is the Graduate School of the KIT-Center for Elementary Particle and Astroparticle Physics (KCETA); it is funded by the DFG within the Excellence Initiative since November 2012. KSETA is now accepting applications for several PhD positions starting in January 2014 or later. Our PhD program leads to a doctoral degree in physics, informatics or an engineering discipline.

With more than 400 scientists, KCETA bundles the research activities of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in theoretical and experimental elementary particle and astroparticle physics and is one of Europe’s leading institutions in these fields. The graduate school KSETA offers an inspiring interdisciplinary research environment composed of the fields of cosmic radiation, dark matter, quantum field theory, experimental and theoretical collider physics, experimental and theoretical flavour physics, neutrino physics and computational physics as well as the development of modern technologies necessary for these fields such as superconducting terahertz detectors, analogue and digital electronics, optical transmission technology and parallel signal processing on GPUs. We contribute key components to large-scale research projects such as AMS, Auger, Belle, CMS, EDELWEISS, JEM-EUSO and KATRIN, as well as the German Tier-1 center GridKa.

The graduate school provides an attractive research environment, with subjects for doctoral dissertations at the intersections of experimental and theoretical physics as well as engineering, in particular in the areas electronics, detector  instrumentation, sensory, computer science, data management and data analysis. The school augments this with an individually tailored course program for both physicists and engineers.

A Masters or Diploma degree in physics, electronic engineering, computer science or other related discipline qualifying for research at KCETA is required for application. Further information about the application procedure and available research topics can be found at http://www.kseta.kit.edu.

 

 

The PhD positions at KSETA are awarded several times per year. The next closing date for applications is October 15, 2013. Documents received after the deadline will only be considered in the following application period.

The contract is limited to three years. Salary and benefits shall be based on the Collective Agreement for the Public Service Sector, these include health insurance and pension fund contributions.

Please send your application as a single PDF-document to Prof. Johannes Blümer (apply@kseta.kit.edu).

KIT – University of the State of Baden-Württemberg and National Laboratory of the Helmholtz Association.

 

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Switzerland : Excellence Master Fellowships

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The Faculty of science of the University of Geneva is an internationally top-ranked scientific institution covering a broad range of scientific disciplines: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Computer Sciences, Mathematics, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Physics. It has a strong focus on research and hosts three National Centres of Competence in Research of the highly competitive Swiss National Science Foundation (Frontiers in Genetics; MaNEP; Chemical Biology) and many European collaborative research projects. The Masters of the Faculty of Science constitute an ideal entry for high-level professional and academic careers.

 

The Faculty of Science, in collaboration with several sponsors, has established an Excellence Fellowship Program to support outstanding and highly motivated candidates who intend to pursue a Master of Science in any of the disciplines covered by the Faculty1. Admission criteria can be consulted on the relevant Master Web pages2. French proficiency is not a formal requirement for the Masters of the Faculty of science.

 

Application for an Excellence Fellowship is open to students from any university with very good performance in their studies (belonging to the best 10% of their bachelor’s program) and that have completed the Bachelor degree or expect to complete it within 6 months3. Selection of the applicants will be based on excellence. Evaluation will be made on the basis of the documentation sent by the applicants.

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The application (in English or French) consists of:

 

  • Application Form (60 Kb, doc)
  • A Curriculum Vitae including the transcript of exams passed during the bachelor education, with grades.
  • A two-page essay in which the applicant describes his/her specific scientific interests, specifies the Master’s program at the Faculty of Science he/her would like to pursue, and motivates the intention to pursue a Master of Science programme at the University of Geneva.
  • If possible: Letters of references from two professors (preferably sent by them directly to the e-mail address indicated below). They should specifically attest if the candidate fulfills the conditions of the Excellence Fellowship Program (see above).
  • Any other pertinent information like results of GRE (General requirement examination), of TOEFL or other language test.

 

The Excellence Fellowship consists of a grant amounting to CHF 10’000 to CHF 15’000/year (no teaching duties); it is awarded for one year and extended for the regular duration of the chosen Master’s programme (three or four semesters) provided the applicant is academically successful at the end of his/her first semester of studies.

 

Next application deadline is 15 March 2014 (for Masters starting September 15, 2014). Applications should be sent as an UNIQUE pdf file by e-mail to the Dean of the Faculty of Science: Excellence-Master-Sciences@unige.ch

 

In parallel, each student has to fulfill the enrollment procedure as described on the DIFE website.

 

Additional information is available at http://www.unige.ch/sciences/Masters.

Application Deadline : 15 March 2014

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Five Ph.D. scholarships in Physics, Denmak

Ph.D. scholarships in Physics
http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-frc3/c10.10.160.160/409040_10150420820415095_958188542_a.jpgThe Glass and Time group at Roskilde University invites applications for up to five Ph.D. scholarships in the following three areas:
1) In- and quasi-elastic neutron scattering on glass-forming liquids. This project relates to a range of experiments in which fast and slow dynamics are studied as function of both pressure and temperature in glass-forming liquids. More details can be found at niss.ruc.dk/positions.html or by contacting associate professor Kristine Niss (kniss@ruc.dk). A postdoc position is also available for this project, see the above link.)
2) Measuring thermoviscoelastic response functions of glass-forming liquids. This project focuses on using and further developing our unique methods for measuring frequency-dependent response functions. More details can be found at glass.ruc.dk or by contacting professor Jeppe Dyre (dyre@ruc.dk).
3) Computer simulations. This project continues ongoing work relating to understanding the properties of liquids and solids with isomorphs in their thermodynamic phase diagram. More details can be found at glass.ruc.dk or by contacting professor Jeppe Dyre (dyre@ruc.dk).
Qualifications
Candidates must have a Master’s degree in Physics or a related subject. Previous experience with liquids or amorphous condensed matter, scattering techniques, linear-response functions, or computer simulations, is considered a merit.
Glass and Time
You will be part of the Danish National Research Foundation centre-of-excellence Glass and Time that focuses on understanding the universal physical properties of highly viscous liquids approaching the glass transition. This problem is attacked experimentally as well as by extensive computer simulations in combination with theory. Close collaboration and daily interactions between theorists and experimentalists is a characteristic feature of the group, and for this reason we encourage applications from experimentalists with a strong interest in theory, as well as vice versa.
Roskilde University
The most important task of Roskilde University is to contribute to experimental, innovative forms of learning and knowledge creation. The University is situated approximately 30 km from Copenhagen and is well connected with Copenhagen by trains that run four times an hour.
Employment
You will be employed for a period of three years starting from September 1st 2013 or as soon as possible hereafter. Employment is regulated by an agreement between the Ministry of Finance and the Central Organization of the Academics which imposes a basic salary for PhD students (typically approx 25.000 kr. pr. month before taxes). Employment requires enrollment as a Ph.D. student at Roskilde University. This takes a Master’s degree or equivalent qualifications.
You will be associated to the Glass and Time research group at the Department and will have the opportunity to build networks with colleagues and collaborators in the field.
For further information regarding the position
You can read more about the Department at www.ruc.dk/en/departments/department-of-science-systems-and-models/and about Glass and Time at glass.ruc.dk.
Application
We only accept applications through our electronic recruitment system. To apply for the position you must go to the job advertisement on our homepage: http://www.ruc.dk/en/job/phd/ Click on the button “Apply for vacancy here” which appears immediately below the job advertisement, fill in the application form and attach the documents listed below. Finish by clicking “Submit”.

The application must encompass:

1. Your motivation for applying for this particular scholarship (attach this text as the “Project description”). You may include a project description in your motivation, but this is not required.
2. Schedule – time-frame of the Ph.D.: When would you prefer to start?
3. Budget (only required if special costs are incurred due to particular empirical studies – or longer stays overseas).
4. CV
5. Copies of relevant diplomas and exam-papers.
6. Copies of relevant recommendations, dissertation statement/statements, etc.
Please indicate the preferred scholarship in your motivation.
We must receive your application no later than April 20, 2013.
Application-related material received after the deadline has expired will not be taken into consideration.
Roskilde University welcomes applications from candidates of any social and ethnic backgrounds irrespective of gender, age, religion or any other irrelevant criteria.
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