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    The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has the following vacancy

    PhD position 2DQD Project(V34.347)

    at Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics Department of Applied Physics

    The Department of Applied Physics at Eindhoven University of Technology has 15 professorial chairs with about 65 academic and 60 technical specialists, as well as 110 graduate and 375 undergraduate students. The leading research themes cover functional materials, transport physics, and plasma physics and radiation technology. The department has extensive national and international partnerships, including industrial partners. It participates in several national (top) research schools, and in two national top technology institutes: Dutch Polymer Institute (DPI) and Materials Innovation Institute (M2i). Eindhoven University of Technology is one of the three participants in the Dutch 3TU Federation of Universities of Technology.

    Tasks

    We offer a PhD position for 4 years in a European research project investigating the possibilities to use type-II quantum dots in a 2D electronic system for data storage. The task to be done in Eindhoven is first to characterize the structures grown in Lancaster concerning the geometry, position and chemical composition of the quantum dots. This will mainly be done using cross sectional scanning tunneling microscopy XSTM at room temperature. A next step will be to study the electronic properties of the quantum dots and its interaction with the surrounding heterostructure by means of scanning tunneling spectroscopy, also in XSTM geometry. For this work our lab offers an STM operating at low temperature (down to 5K). These 2 parts of the project are rather straightforward, whereas the following tasks will be challenging and might require optimization of the experimental setup. In order to avoid the restriction to a cleaved quantum dot we want to detect scanning tunneling spectroscopy on capped quantum dots in an in-plane geometry. The challenge here will be to handle the capping in order to prepare a sufficiently clean surface and to still be able to address the electronic states of the quantum dots. An even more challenging last part of the project is to detect tip induced luminescence in order to independently map the electronic states of the quantum dots. This task has to cope with the detection of low numbers of photons since type-II quantum dots are needed in order to store data over sufficiently long periods of time.
    Technically the PhD project is based on scanning probes, mainly STM and scanning tunneling spectroscopy. Since the STM’s are operated in ultra high vacuum the candidate must have a strong attitude in experimental physics.
    The European framework of the project will offer nice opportunities to interact with colleagues abroad, from e.g. the UK and from Germany.
    Requirements

    We welcome applications from candidates with a Master degree and an excellent academic record in physics (condensed matter or optical physics). Candidates must prove a strong attitude towards experimental physics. Candidates with engineering or material science background will not be considered.
    Appointment and Salary

    This position offers full-time employment for 4 years, with an initial evaluation period. The monthly (gross) salary will be approx. 2000 Euro in the first year and increase to approx. 2600 Euro in the fourth year, in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement of the Dutch Universities. The University offers an attractive package of fringe benefits such as excellent technical infrastructure, child care, savings schemes and excellent sports facilities.
    Information

    For more detailed information, please contact Dr. Jens K. Garleff, j.k.garleff@tue.nl
    Application

    Please email (max 300 kB, no large attachments) a CV with name and address of two references to: Dr. Jens K. Garleff, j.k.garleff@tue.nl
    Candidates are urged to apply as soon as possible, as selection will start immediately.
    Please include job vacancy number V34.347
    You can apply for this job before 31-10-2009
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    The Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has the following vacancy

    PhD Student CREST project (2 fte)(V32.046)

    at Security of Embedded Systems (SEC) and Coding Theory and Cryptology (CC) Department of Mathematics and Computer science

    The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science provides undergraduate and MSc programs in Mathematics and in Computer Science. The department has research collaborations with other departments at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven as well as with a large number of other universities and companies, both at home and abroad. The Department has approximately 350 employees and more than 700 students.
    The CREST project (Collusion RESistant Tracing) investigates the resilience of digital watermarks against coalition attacks. A watermark is a sequence of hidden data embedded in audio/video, and is intended e.g. to trace the origin and distribution of files. A collusion attack is an attempt by multiple people, who each possess a differently marked version of the same file, to remove or distort the watermark.
    The cat-and-mouse game of attack and defense gives rise to some highly nontrivial mathematics, involving combinatorics, coding theory, information theory and cryptography. The practical side is equally complex, with much work in progress on attack strategies, signal processing attacks, optimal code constructions, efficient decoding algorithms, and embedding methods.
    CREST is a joint project of EIPSI (Eindhoven Institute for the Protection of Systems and Information) and industrial partners. The aim of the CREST project is to make progress on both the mathematical understanding and practical realization of collusion resistant watermarking.
    Tasks

    We have openings for two PhD students.
    One PhD student will do research in the Coding & Crypto group, the other in the Security group.
    These groups are located on the same floor and together form the EIPSI Institute. We expect a significant amount of overlap in the research of the two students.
    Requirements



    We are looking for candidates who meet the following requirements:
    • a MSc in Mathematics, Computer Science, Theoretical Physics or a related discipline;
    • affinity with probabilistic methods;
    • good communicative skills in English, both written and oral.
    Appointment and Salary





    We offer:
    • a full-time temporary appointment for a period of 4 years;
    • a gross monthly salary of € 2,042 during the first year, increasing gradually to € 2,612 per month during the fourth year of the appointment;
    • a broad package of fringe benefits (e.g. excellent technical infrastructure, child care, savings schemes, and excellent sports facilities).
    Information





    More information can be obtained from:
    • regarding the project content: dr. B. Skoric, phone +31(0)40-2474870, e-mail: b.skoric@tue.nl
    • regarding the job conditions: Mrs. P.J. Evers, HR advisor, email: pzwin@tue.nl
    Application



    Interested candidates are invited to send their application by e-mail to: pzwin@tue.nl


    The application should consist of the following parts:
    • a curriculum vitae;
    • an explanation of your interest in the proposed research field;
    • a complete list of attended courses and corresponding grades, references, and all other information that might be relevant;
    • proof of English language skills (if applicable).
    Please include the job vacancy code: V32.046


    You can apply for this job before 21-10-2009
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    PhD scholarship


    A 3-year PhD scholarship is available at DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering from January 1, 2010.

    Project
    The project is part of a € 700,000 project entitled Northern Light Emitting Diode Initiative (NORLED) supported by Nordic Energy Research. The NORLED project gathers participants from Sweden, Norway, Germany and Denmark. NORLED collaborates with Meijo University in Japan at which the blue LED was first developed. The overall objective of the NORLED project is to develop an innovative and industrially feasible LED technology with pure white light quality and aimed for general lighting.



    The NORLED objectives are:
    • Acquisition of new scientific knowledge in growth of fluorescent SiC material for white LEDs.
    • Production of experimental white emitting diode device with the target luminous efficacy of 100 lm/W.
    • Evaluation of innovative technology from scientific, economic and social points of view.
    The project is experimental in nature. The candidate will make use of our state-of-art facilities in both cleanroom and labs to:
    1. Make optical characterization of fluorescent SiC grown by the fast sublimation growth technology from partners for material optimization and work on theory of the mechanism of luminescence.
    2. Fabricate and characterize SiC LED chips based on the optimized material from partners.
    Qualifications


    Candidates should have a master's degree in engineering or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to the master's degree in engineering.

    Approval and enrolment
    The scholarships for the PhD degree are subject to academic approval, and the candidate will be enrolled in one of the general degree programmes of DTU. For information about the general requirements for enrolment and the general planning of of the scholarship studies, please see the DTU PhD Guide.

    Salary and appointment terms
    The salary and appointment terms are consistent with the current rules for PhD degree students.

    Further information
    Further information may be obtained from Associate Professor Haiyan Ou at tel. +45 4525 6374 / e-mail haou@fotonik.dtu.dk.

    Application
    The application must be received no later than 30 October 2009. Please open the link “apply for this job online” and fill in the application form. Please attach your application, CV and documentation of a completed master’s degree.

    All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.
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    PhD: High-Resolution Climate Modelling Over the Netherlands

    Department/faculty: Applied Sciences
    Level: Master degree
    Working hours: 38 uur per week (Maximum of 38 hours per week (1 FTE))
    Contract: Four years
    Salary: Maximum of €2612 per month gross
    Applied Sciences

    The Faculty of Applied Sciences is the largest faculty of TU Delft, with around 550 scientists, a support staff of 250 and 1,400 students. The faculty conducts fundamental, application-oriented research and offers scientific education at the bachelor, master and doctoral levels. The faculty is active in the fields of Life and Health Science & Technology, Nanoscience, Chemical Engineering, Radiation Science & Technology, and Applied Physics.
    Job description

    Operations at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport are sensitive to critical weather conditions such as fog, low level clouds, heavy rainfall and strong winds, and sudden changes in these conditions. Flight safety and an efficient use of airport capacity require precise information on these weather parameters at a local scale. Climate change will have an impact on weather variability at Schiphol Airport and on the frequency and intensity at which extreme events will occur. With this project, a new, high-resolution weather forecast model HARMONIE (www.hirlam.org) will be used to investigate the consequences of climate change on the weather parameters that are important for Schiphol Airport. The project aims to evaluate and improve HARMONIE’s capability to represent and resolve mesoscale systems over the Netherlands, e.g. isolated convective cells, cold-air outbreaks, squall lines and the precipitation associated with these systems. Model evaluation and improvement of HARMONIE will be based on: 1) idealised simulations of cumulus convection that will be compared with Large Eddy Simulations results and 2) realistic cases as observed over the Netherlands using the extensive observational network available. This research will be conducted in collaboration with the Weather Research and Development department of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) and Wageningen University.
    Requirements

    Applicants should have an MSc degree with a background in meteorology, physics, astronomy or mathematics and preferably a strong interest in turbulence, statistical mechanics and numerical methods. It would be an advantage to have programming experience in Linux and Fortran and experience in working with large numerical models.
    Conditions of employment

    The successful candidate will be employed full-time by TU Delft for a fixed period of 4 years within which he or she is expected to write a dissertation leading to a doctoral degree (PhD thesis). The starting salary for a PhD is €2042 gross per month increasing to a maximum of €2612 gross per month in the fourth year. TU Delft offers an attractive benefits package, including a flexible work week, free high-speed Internet access from home, and the option of assembling a customized compensation and benefits package (the 'IKA'). Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities. Delft University of Technology strives to increase the number of women in higher academic positions; women are therefore especially encouraged to apply.
    Information and application

    For more information about this position, please contact H. J. J. Jonker, phone: +31 (0)15-2786157, e-mail: H.J.J.Jonker@tudelft.nl. If you are interested in this position, please apply before 1 November 2009 by using our on-line application form which can be found at www.msp.tudelft.nl/applications. Only applications submitted via the on-line application form will be evaluated. If you have problems filling in the form, please contact phd-tnw@tudelft.nl. When applying for this position, make sure to mention vacancy number TNWMSP09-029. TU Delft is an equal opportunity employer

    Closing date 01-11-2009

    Enquiries from agencies are not appreciated.
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    PhD Candidate in Geophysics and Geomechanics for CO2 storage (IVT–106/09)


    «BIGCCS – International CCS Research Centre» is one of eight centres established by the Norwegian Research Council (Norges Forskningsråd) under the scheme of Environmentally Friendly Research Centres (CEER).

    The main objective of the BIGCCS Centre is to contribute to the ambitious targets of the Climate Agreement adopted by the Norwegian Parliament in February 2008. The BICCS Centre focuses on sustainable power generation from fossil fuels based on cost-effective CO2 capture, safe transport, and underground storage of CO2. This will be achieved through development of expertise and closing critical knowledge gaps in the CO2 chain, and through development of novel technologies in an extensive collaborative research effort.

    With 21 partners, a period of eight years, and a budget of NOK 400 million, the BIGCCS Centre is the largest CCS R&D project in Europe.

    Web:
    http://www.sintef.no/Projectweb/BIGCCS
    http://www.forskningsradet.no/

    Key topics are to monitor movements of CO2 using geophysical techniques, to develop methods for early warning of possible leakage, and to develop models for prediction of fractures and faults associated with CO2 injection. Repeated seismic and advanced seismic imaging techniques will be used for this purpose. Rock physics modelling will be performed based on laboratory measurements of acoustic velocities under in situ conditions.

    Suitable background:
    Physics (including geophysics), mathematics, mechanics.

    Contact:


    Salaries
    PhD candidates are remunerated in code 1017 in the State salary scale 45-51, gross NOK 355 400 to NOK 394 200 per annum (before tax), depending on qualifications.
    There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Found from gross salary.

    Other information
    For PhD research fellowships the engagement period is either 3 years or alternatively 4 years, including 25 % of teaching assistance at the bachelor’s and master’s degree level. A master degree is requisite for application for PhD fellowships, an average grade of B or better is required. For more information on PhD studies at NTNU see http://www.ntnu.no/studies/phd

    The appointment of the PhD fellows will be made according to Norwegian guidelines for universities and university colleges. Applicants for a PhD position are obliged to engage on an organized research program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant’s plan for PhD study. The candidates will be part of a larger interdisciplinary research group within the project they are connected to, and are expected to contribute actively part to the common objectives of the project. The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

    All applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English (in speaking and writing). Applicants must indicate their level skills in English.

    All applications shall include certified copies of academic transcript, TOEFL score and CV, and be submitted electronically through this page. The attachments to the applications shall be gathered in one single file.
    Application deadline: 20 November 2009

    web:_
    jobbnorge.no

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    PhD Candidate in Reservoir technology and engineering for CO2 storage (IVT-108/09)


    «BIGCCS – International CCS Research Centre» is one of eight centres established by the Norwegian Research Council (Norges Forskningsråd) under the scheme of Environmentally Friendly Research Centres (CEER).

    The main objective of the BIGCCS Centre is to contribute to the ambitious targets of the Climate Agreement adopted by the Norwegian Parliament in February 2008. The BICCS Centre focuses on sustainable power generation from fossil fuels based on cost-effective CO2 capture, safe transport, and underground storage of CO2. This will be achieved through development of expertise and closing critical knowledge gaps in the CO2 chain, and through development of novel technologies in an extensive collaborative research effort.

    With 21 partners, a period of eight years, and a budget of NOK 400 million, the BIGCCS Centre is the largest CCS R&D project in Europe.

    Web:
    http://www.sintef.no/Projectweb/BIGCCS
    http://www.forskningsradet.no/

    Improved understanding of short and long-term effects of CO2 and impurities in the CO2 stream on the chemistry of fluids and minerals in the storage formation, the cap rock and in shallower geology is crucial. Experiments should be performed to assess geochemical reactions in reservoir, caprocks and wellbore materials. These results can be used to calibrate reaction-transport modelling aimed at predicting long term behaviour. Another important research topic is to develop up-scaling procedures and guidelines for calculation of dissolution of CO2 in mobile fluid phases for different numerical grids and geological heterogeneities. Laboratory measurements of CO2 behaviour in rocks, including capillary trapping of residual (not mobile) CO2 saturation are planned.

    Suitable background:
    Reservoir engineering, physics, chemistry.

    Contact:


    Salaries
    PhD candidates are remunerated in code 1017 in the State salary scale 45-51, gross NOK 355 400 to NOK 394 200 per annum (before tax), depending on qualifications.
    PhD candidates are normally remunerated at wage level 45. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Found from gross salary.

    Other information
    For PhD research fellowships the engagement period is either 3 years or alternatively 4 years, including 25 % of teaching assistance at the bachelor’s and master’s degree level. A master degree is requisite for application for PhD fellowships, an average grade of B or better is required. For more information on PhD studies at NTNU see http://www.ntnu.no/studies/phd

    The appointment of the PhD fellows will be made according to Norwegian guidelines for universities and university colleges. Applicants for a PhD position are obliged to engage on an organized research program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant’s plan for PhD study. The candidates will be part of a larger interdisciplinary research group within the project they are connected to, and are expected to contribute actively part to the common objectives of the project. The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

    All applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English (in speaking and writing). Applicants must indicate their level skills in English.

    All applications shall include certified copies of academic transcript, TOEFL score and CV, and be submitted electronically through this page. The attachments to the applications shall be gathered in one single file.

    Application deadline: 20 November 2009.

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    «BIGCCS – International CCS Research Centre» is one of eight centres established by the Norwegian Research Council (Norges Forskningsråd) under the scheme of Environmentally Friendly Research Centres (CEER).

    The main objective of the BIGCCS Centre is to contribute to the ambitious targets of the Climate Agreement adopted by the Norwegian Parliament in February 2008. The BICCS Centre focuses on sustainable power generation from fossil fuels based on cost-effective CO2 capture, safe transport, and underground storage of CO2. This will be achieved through development of expertise and closing critical knowledge gaps in the CO2 chain, and through development of novel technologies in an extensive collaborative research effort.

    With 21 partners, a period of eight years, and a budget of NOK 400 million, the BIGCCS Centre is the largest CCS R&D project in Europe.

    Web:
    www.sintef.no/Projectweb/BIGCCS
    http://www.forskningsradet.no/
    Key topics are to develop validated models for prediction of fracture in steel pipelines, and to enable a coupled numerical analysis of running ductile fracture in pipelines pressurized with CO2 and CO2 mixtures, linking the structural response of the pipe with the behavior of the pressurized media inside the pipe. Numerical simulation of fracture and crack propagation in steel pipelines is a complex interplay, involving factors like large deformations, contact, elastic-plasticity, viscous and thermal effects, damage, localization and length-scale effects.

    Suitable background:
    Physics, mechanics

    Contact:


    Salaries
    PhD candidates are remunerated in code 1017 in the State salary scale 45-51, gross NOK 355 400 to NOK 394 200 per annum (before tax), depending on qualifications.
    PhD candidates are normally remunerated at wage level 45. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Found from gross salary.

    Other information
    For PhD research fellowships the engagement period is either 3 years or alternatively 4 years, including 25 % of teaching assistance at the bachelor’s and master’s degree level. A master degree is requisite for application for PhD fellowships, an average grade of B or better is required. For more information on PhD studies at NTNU see http://www.ntnu.no/studies/phd

    The appointment of the PhD fellows will be made according to Norwegian guidelines for universities and university colleges. Applicants for a PhD position are obliged to engage on an organized research program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant’s plan for PhD study. The candidates will be part of a larger interdisciplinary research group within the project they are connected to, and are expected to contribute actively part to the common objectives of the project. The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

    All applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English (in speaking and writing). Applicants must indicate their level skills in English.

    All applications shall include certified copies of academic transcript, TOEFL score and CV, and be submitted electronically through this page. The attachments to the applications shall be gathered in one single file.
    Application deadline: 20 November 2009.

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    PhD Candidate in CO2 pipeline integrity (IVT-110/09)


    «BIGCCS – International CCS Research Centre» is one of eight centres established by the Norwegian Research Council (Norges Forskningsråd) under the scheme of Environmentally Friendly Research Centres (CEER).

    The main objective of the BIGCCS Centre is to contribute to the ambitious targets of the Climate Agreement adopted by the Norwegian Parliament in February 2008. The BICCS Centre focuses on sustainable power generation from fossil fuels based on cost-effective CO2 capture, safe transport, and underground storage of CO2. This will be achieved through development of expertise and closing critical knowledge gaps in the CO2 chain, and through development of novel technologies in an extensive collaborative research effort.

    With 21 partners, a period of eight years, and a budget of NOK 400 million, the BIGCCS Centre is the largest CCS R&D project in Europe.

    Web:
    www.sintef.no/Projectweb/BIGCCS
    http://www.forskningsradet.no/
    Key topics are to develop validated models for prediction of fracture in steel pipelines, and to enable a coupled numerical analysis of running ductile fracture in pipelines pressurized with CO2 and CO2 mixtures, linking the structural response of the pipe with the behavior of the pressurized media inside the pipe. Numerical simulation of fracture and crack propagation in steel pipelines is a complex interplay, involving factors like large deformations, contact, elastic-plasticity, viscous and thermal effects, damage, localization and length-scale effects.

    Suitable background:
    Physics, mechanics

    Contact:


    Salaries
    PhD candidates are remunerated in code 1017 in the State salary scale 45-51, gross NOK 355 400 to NOK 394 200 per annum (before tax), depending on qualifications.
    PhD candidates are normally remunerated at wage level 45. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Found from gross salary.

    Other information
    For PhD research fellowships the engagement period is either 3 years or alternatively 4 years, including 25 % of teaching assistance at the bachelor’s and master’s degree level. A master degree is requisite for application for PhD fellowships, an average grade of B or better is required. For more information on PhD studies at NTNU see http://www.ntnu.no/studies/phd

    The appointment of the PhD fellows will be made according to Norwegian guidelines for universities and university colleges. Applicants for a PhD position are obliged to engage on an organized research program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant’s plan for PhD study. The candidates will be part of a larger interdisciplinary research group within the project they are connected to, and are expected to contribute actively part to the common objectives of the project. The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

    All applicants must be able to communicate fluently in English (in speaking and writing). Applicants must indicate their level skills in English.

    All applications shall include certified copies of academic transcript, TOEFL score and CV, and be submitted electronically through this page. The attachments to the applications shall be gathered in one single file.
    Application deadline: 20 November 2009.

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    PhD Research Fellowship in Mineral Deposit Geology (IVT-112/09)


    One PhD research fellowship is vacant at the Department of Geology and Mineral Resources Engineering in Mineral Deposit Geology.

    For this position we are looking for an enthusiastic junior scientist with an MSc (or the equivalent) in one or more of the following disciplines: ore-geology, mineral deposit geology, mineralogy, igneous and metamorphic petrology.

    In our research group we are particularly interested in the processes that control trace element incorporation into the crystallographic structure of quartz. Our research shows that trace elements in quartz can be used much more actively in the interpretation of geological processes and, not least, in showing where and how precious intermediate to high purity quartz (IHPQ) deposits form. IHPQ is an attractive industrial mineral that, for example, is used in the production of solar cell silicon.

    NTNU and the Geological Survey of Norway comprise the core of the research group, but a part of the study may commence at relevant foreign research facilities.

    The successful candidate will undertake detailed studies of fluid-quartz interaction processes in pegmatitic and hydrothermal systems. Microthermometry and laser ablation ICP-MS analysis of fluid inclusions will be used actively in the research project together with other micro-characterization techniques. Field work/sampling is planned to start spring/summer 2010.

    Interested students, that expect to finish their MSc before February 1, 2010, are encouraged to apply. The application should include a one page summary that outline relevant qualifications for the fellowship, together with CV, signed transcripts of grades and names and contact details of 3 references.

    The fellowship is awarded for a total of 4 years including 25% teaching of a lab-course in mineral identification and petrography by optical light microscopy for undergraduate students. Ability to communicate in a Scandinavian language is an advantage.

    Conditions of appointment: PhD students follow code 1017, grade 45 - 51, gross NOK 355 400 to NOK 394 200 per year (before tax). PhD students are normally remunerated at wage level 45. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross salary.

    Engagement as a PhD candidate is done in accordance with current appointment regulations with supplementary rules in force giving guidelines for scholarship appointments in universities and university colleges. The goal of each of the announced positions is to obtain a PhD degree. Applicants are obliged to engage in an organized PhD training program, and appointment requires approval of the applicants plan for a PhD study within three months from the date of commencement. A contract of employment will be set up for the engagement period regulating the rights and duties of the PhD student.

    The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force concerning State Employees and Civil Servants.

    The positions adhere to the Norwegian Government's policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background and women are encouraged to apply.

    The application must contain information of educational background and work experience. Copies of transcripts and reference letters should be enclosed.

    An application inclusive CV, grade transcripts and other enclosures should be sent electronically through this page. IVT-112/09. Preferably, we want the attachments in one file. Application deadline October 31. 2009.

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    پیش فرض پاسخ : موقعیت‌های خالی در دانشگاه‌های خارج از کشور

    Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology
    Department of Hydraulic and Enviromental Engineering

    Ph.D. in Hydropower and Hydraulic engineering (IVT -113/09)


    Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology has responsibillity for the following disciplins: civil and environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, petroleum engineering, geology and mineral resources engineering and marine technology. The Faculty has 10 Departments (http://www.ntnu.no/ivt), about 750 employees, 3000 Master students, and about. 400 PhD candidates.
    The Ph.D. study emphasis on the flow characteristics and sediment transport processes in natural river bends. The applicant should have a master in hydraulic engineering, geography or a related topic. The applicant must have experience in field or laboratory measurements and profound knowledge of hydraulic engineering, fluid mechanics, sediment transport in rivers and geomorphology.

    Contact:
    Dr. Nils Rüther (Phd), Førsteamanuensis
    Vannkraft og vassdragsteknikk
    Tel: +47 73 59 47 56, Fax: +47 73 59 12 98
    Salaries, etc.
    PhD candidates are remunerated in code 1017, grade 45 – 51 on the Norwegian State salary scale, gross NOK 355 200 to NOK 394 200 per year (before tax). PhD students are normally remunerated at wage level 45. There will be a 2 % deduction to the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund from gross salary.

    Engagement as a PhD candidate is done in accordance with current appointment regulations with supplementary rules in force giving guidelines for scholarship appointments in universities and university colleges. The goal of each of the announced positions is to obtain a PhD degree. Applicants are obliged to engage in an organized PhD training program, and appointment requires approval of the applicant’s plan for a PhD study within three months from the date of commencement. A contract of employment will be set up for the engagement period regulating the rights and duties of the PhD student.

    The engagement is to be made in accordance with the regulations in force concerning State Employees and Civil Servants.

    The fellowship is awarded for 4 years with 25 % duties for the Department

    The position adheres to the Norwegian Government’s policy of balanced ethnicity, age and gender. Persons with immigrant background are encouraged to apply. NTNU’s objective is to increase the number of females in scientific positions. Female applicants are therefore encouraged to apply.

    The application must contain information of educational background and work experience. Certified copies of transcripts and reference letters should be enclosed. A general proposal of possible research topics should be enclosed.

    An application inclusive CV, grade transcripts and other enclosures should be sent electronically through this page, ref.no. IVT-113/09. Preferably, we want the attachments in one file. Application deadline: October 20th, 2009.

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