DTU PhD scholarship
Course(s) Offered: Science/Tech
Course Level: Graduate (PhD)
Provider: The Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation
Country to Work in: Denmark
The Technical University of Denmark announced PhD scholarship for research on computational materials design in the Energy Storage and Conversion group at The Materials Research Division at Risø, Denmark.
The Materials Research Division at Risø DTU, is seeking candidates for a PhD scholarship on computational materials design in the Energy Storage and Conversion group.
The scholarship is part of a joined project with the company Amminex A/S on “New Materials for Ammonia Storage” funded by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation“, and also involves collaboration with the Center for Atomic-scale Materials Design (CAMD).
Candidates should have a master’s degree in physics, chemistry or materials science or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to the master’s degree in engineering.
The successful candidate has good communication skills in English, both written and spoken, and is able to work independently and take responsibility for progress and quality of projects. We favor candidates with experience in computational/theoretical physics, chemistry and related areas.
Not open to international students
The Materials Research Division at Risø, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark
Fields of study
Computational Materials Design
Number of awards
This is a 3-year position
Remunerations are comparable with global standards
Method of Application
Applications are online. Visit the official scholarship website through the link provided below to download your application form.
You must apply on or before 29 July 2011
The Technical University of Denmark, often simply referred to as DTU, is a university in Kongens Lyngby, just north of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Application Deadline: 29 July 2011
Open for International Students: No
Further Scholarship Information and Application
Related: List of Scholarships in Denmark for International Students