19 scholarships available in Denmark

  • Aalborg University | about 2 months ago

    At the Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Business and Management, a position as PhD fellow within the field of innovation management is open for appointment on 15 December 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter. Job description Note new application deadline: 24 November 2014 The position is an integral part of AAU’s activities under the Sino-Danish Center (SDC) in Beijing. The theme of...

  • Technical University of Denmark | 8 months ago

    Apply no later than 26 May 2014 Apply for the job at DTU Nanotech by completing the following form. Apply online Applications are invited from highly qualified candidates for a fully financed 3 year PhD scholarship at DTU Nanotech, Dept. of Micro- and Nanotechnology, on light-based 3D printing of soft hydrogel materials for advanced cell culture. DTU Nanotech performs internationally leading...

  • University of Copenhagen | about 1 year ago

    QUANTOP - Quantum Optics Center, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen One or more Ph.D positions in experimental quantum opto-mechanics at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen will be available in 2014. The preliminary starting date for the first position is January 1, 2014. The positions are for three years. The positions are associated with the Center for Quantum Optics - QUANTOP. The projects...

  • Technical University of Denmark | about 1 year ago

    Apply no later than 18 November 2013 Apply for the job at DTU Compute by completing the following form. Apply online DTU compute would like to invite applications for a 3-year PhD position starting December 1st 2013. The project is fully financed by DTU. Project Description The PhD project will be conducted in coordination with the Manufacturing Academy of Denmark (MADE) program for industrial...

  • University of Copenhagen | about 1 year ago

    The ALFA detector is part of the ATLAS experiment -- one of two general purpose detectors operating at the LHC at CERN -- and completes the central detector in the very forward direction. For this purpose ALFA is composed of tracking detectors integrated in 2 Roman Pot stations in a distance of 240m at each side of the ATLAS interaction point. The ALFA detector measures scattered protons at...

  • University of Copenhagen | about 1 year ago

    The IceCube neutrino observatory, embedded in the ice cap at the South Pole, is the world?s largest and most sensitive high energy neutrino telescope. The full deployment of the DeepCore low-energy extension in 2011 creates new opportunities to study fundamental neutrino physics as well conduct indirect searches for dark matter. While IceCube-DeepCore currently provides some of the most...

  • University of Copenhagen | about 1 year ago

    and other heterostructured semiconductors at the Center for Quantum Devices The Center for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, announces the opening of two PhD positions coupled multi-electron spin qubits in GaAs and other heterostructured semiconductors. Two Ph.D. positions are available to investigate coupled multi-electron spin qubits in GaAs and other...

  • Technical University of Denmark | over 1 year ago

    Apply no later than 15 September 2013 Apply for the job at DTU Mechanical Eng by completing the following form. Apply online A PhD scholarship is open within the section of Manufacturing Engineering, DTU Mechanical Engineering. The section carries out research in the field of dimensional metrology, including coordinate metrology and metrology based on X-ray Computed Tomography...

  • University of Copenhagen | over 1 year ago

    Applicants must have completed at least one year of a relevant M. Sc. Degree at the time of start of the appointment. The position The position is for three or four years and expected to lead to a Ph.D. degree at the University of Copenhagen (www.ku.dk). The University of Copenhagen is oldest university in Denmark founded in 1479. With its approximately 37000 students and 7500 employees, this...

  • University of Copenhagen | over 1 year ago

    The Centre for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, announces the opening of one PhD position in quantum transport experiments with focus on carbon nanotube based devices. The position is aimed at exploring quantum phenomena in carbon based electronics. The project will target correlated electron/spin systems as well as devices for generation, manipulation and...

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