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We are seeking an outstanding candidate for a 3-year fully funded Ph.D-studentship to join a highly international research center - The Novo Nordisk Foundation for Biosustainability, Technical University of Denmark, and become part of the Microbial Evolution and Synthetic Biology Group headed by Morten Nørholm.
The successful candidate will be working on contemporary synthetic biology approaches and optimizing fermentation for production of enzymes in bacteria and fungi. The position is funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation and the successful candidate will join a team of scientists working with synthetic biology, protein production and molecular evolution.
Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD fellowship on understanding the molecular interactions that produce post translational modifications of secreted proteins and applying that knowledge towards production of pharmaceutical biologics.
The mammalian bio-pharmaceutical industry produces therapeutic proteins to treat numerous diseases such as cancer, anemia and haemophilia. The most used mammalian cell factory is the Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cell.
Our group is a world leading CHO research group and we seek to improve our understanding of basic cell biology in the area of protein production and to apply that knowledge to predictably produce high quantity and high quality therapeutic proteins.
The Center for Magnetic Resonance at the Department of Electrical Engineering seeks a qualified candidate as RF engineer at the Center of Excellence (CoE) in Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance.
The mission of the Center is to address basic scientific questions of hyperpolarization by Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) to enable new applications of Magnetic Resonance in the study of chemical reactions in real-time in vivo and in vitro.
The aim of this project is to examine experimentally the feasibility of achieving theoretical limit of 13C nuclei MRI signal detection.
DTU, The Technical University of Denmark, Department of Management Engineering invites applicants for a 3-year PhD position on healthcare design focusing on “Listening effort and cognitive functioning: towards hearing-integrated care for cognitive health”.
This PhD project will be based in the Engineering Systems Division and supervised by Head of Division Professor Anja Maier and will have strong ties with several clinical and research institutions in Denmark and abroad, including the Cognitive Hearing Science group at the Eriksholm Research Center.
The Engineering Systems Division is growing fast and is characterised by a vibrant and supportive research environment with engaged staff and strong research collaborations with leading universities and industry Worldwide.
DTU, Department of Mechanical Engineering, the section for Manufacturing Engineering has a vacant 3-year PhD position in the recently granted project by Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond (DFF) “3D print of plastics: From Macromolecules to the Computational fluid dynamics”. The position is to be filled January 1st 2019 or soon after that.
The versatility of 3D printing of (thermo) plastics lies in its potential to produce both functional prototypes and end-use components in standard grade engineering materials. Basically 3D printing is a computer controlled plastic extrusion process. The purpose of this PhD project is computationally to be able to predict the shaping of 3D printed plastic components.
DTU Space (the National Danish Space Institute at the Technical University of Denmark) is offering a PhD scholarship in the area of transient astrophysics.
The successful applicant will join a newly established group led by Dr. Giorgos Leloudas focusing on the study of transient phenomena in the Universe.
We study all kinds of astrophysical transients, such as supernova explosions, with a particular interest on exotic phenomena, including superluminous supernovae, tidal disruption events and the zoo of nuclear transients, and the newly discovered electromagnetic counterparts of gravitational waves.
DTU Byg søger en struktureret og fleksibel medarbejder med uddannelse og erfaring inden for optisk mikroskopi af sedimentære bjergarter. Ansættelsen omfatter 3 t/ugen.
Arbejdet omfatter petrografisk analyse af sedimentære bjergarter – både forskningsmæssigt og undervisningsmæssigt. Desuden omfatter arbejdet instruktion af studerende, der skal udføre optisk mikroskopi.
Arbejdsopgaverne omfatter bl.a.
- deltagelse i forsknings-, uddannelses-, innovations- og myndighedsbetjeningsopgaver
Two PhD Scholarships are available in the Analytical Food Chemistry Group at the National Food Institute starting 1 January 2019 or shortly thereafter. Both projects are based on chemical screening by mass spectrometry to develop insights and mitigate chemical risk from food.
Project 1: “Chemistry of Meat Processing” will focus on the known but not well understood problems attributed to processed meat
Project 2: “Chemicals Migrating from Packaging” will focus on the complex problem related to chemical migrating from food contact materials into food.
Both projects are part of our consultancy to Danish Food Authorities, and you are expected to contribute to consultancy to Danish and international authorities.
A PhD Scholarship in “Fisheries effects on sandy habitats” is available at the National Institute of Aquatic Resources (DTU Aqua) with starting date 1 December 2018.
Commercial fishing with mobile bottom-contacting gear is one of the major anthropogenic activities affecting marine ecosystems. Short term impacts on the seabed include physical disturbance, resuspension of sediments, mortality of benthic fauna, and alteration of habitat structures, while long term impacts may include changes in community composition and function, and reductions in habitat complexity.
Assessment of the benthic effects and by-catch of fishing is a central component in ecosystem based fisheries management.
The Transport Modelling Group (TMG) of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Department of Management Engineering, is looking for excellent applicants to pursue PhD studies, starting in January 2019.
Our group do methodological research in Quantitative Transport Models for the benefit of the society. The group covers a broad spectrum of modelling competences from mathematical modelling, optimisation, machine learning and demand modelling.
The project is part of a large research project, TUPPAC, with participation of a range of national and international partners (e.g. Nobina, IBM, RUC, etc.). In the project, four autonomous busses will be acquired and operated as part of a test-bed on two locations
DTU Chemical Engineering invites applications for a 3-year PhD position in Methane production and carbon capture through hydrate swapping.
This project considers the problem of using carbon dioxide to produce the vast resources of natural gas locked up as solid gas hydrates in permafrost and oceanic margin zones.
The project will involve thermodynamic and kinetic modeling of gas hydrate systems and processes as well as molecular simulation, for example to probe the formation of CO2 hydrate and dissociation of CH4 hydrate in a production/storage scenario.
Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD position in Functionalized Light Robotics. The PhD project is part of the interdisciplinary research activities in the Center for Biopharmaceuticals and Biobarriers in Drug Delivery funded by the Novo Nordisk Foundation Challenge Programme.
This PhD project will be hosted at DTU Nanolab (as from 1 January 2019 the new name for DTU Danchip/Cen), Technical University of Denmark, and will involve close collaboration with the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen and Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. The PhD training at DTU will be enriched with a research stay with collaborators in Europe, Japan or North America.
DTU, Department of Mechanical Engineering, the section for Manufacturing Engineering has a vacant 3-year PhD position in the recently granted project by Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond (DFF).
Residual stresses develop locally in materials during manufacturing and service, and are crucial for the mechanical and physical properties including strength, ductility and fatigue lifetime. To optimize the materials performance and to design advanced materials, it is therefore essential to determine non-destructively the local residual stresses and relate them to the local materials in homogeneities in 3D.
This project aims at using mainly this new technique supplemented by synchrotron techniques to quantify for the first time systematically the level of local residual stresses and to investigate their influence on the mechanical properties of multiphase materials.
The Machine Learning for Mobility (MLM) and the Demand Modeling (DM) groups of the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Department of Management Engineering, are looking for excellent applicants to pursue PhD studies in a joint research project, starting in August 2017.
We do methodological research in Statistics and Machine Learning, with particular focus on Transportation problems. Given the complexity of our cities and transportation systems, we believe we need both a strong methodological background as well as deep domain knowledge to have true impact in the real-world. Thus, we always aim to contribute to both research communities, of Machine Learning, and Transportation. It is an ambitious, yet very exciting place to be!
Are you interested in decarbonising energy systems, and to develop methodologies and tools needed for this? Do you want to apply your research to real life challenges and give advice on how to reach environmental and renewable energy targets?
In System Analysis Division (SYS), we have four research groups: Energy System Analysis (ESY), Energy Economics and Regulation (EER), Climate Change and Sustainable Development (CCSD) and Transport Economics (TE).
ESY has a central position in the development of the energy system analysis tools Balmorel and TIMES. For the open source model Balmorel we are hosting a central version control and shared model update across the Nordic countries.
Postdoc position is available in organic synthesis of novel fluorescent dyes, chelators and carbohydrate gel compounds for use in cancer therapy at DTU Nanotech.
The purpose of the positions is to be part of a highly driven and cross-disciplinary research environment consisting of skilled researchers. You will be part of a project with an overall focus on developing advanced biomaterials for cancer therapy striving to achieve better curative regimes.
The candidates should preferably have a strong background in organic and preferably carbohydrate synthesis. The projects will involve the use of organic chemistry techniques for the development of fluorescent dyes and chelators as well as formulation of in situ forming depots visible in a broad range of image modalities, to be used for guidance in radiotherapy or surgery.
The Hearing Systems Group at the Department of Electrical Engineering seeks a qualified candidate for a 3-year PhD position.
Our research is concerned with auditory signal processing and perception, speech communication, audiology, behavioural and objective measures of auditory function, computational auditory neuroscience, environmental acoustics, and hearing-instrument signal processing.
The goal of the research is to understand the functioning of the human auditory system and to provide insights that are useful for technical applications, such as speech recognition systems, hearing aids, cochlear implants, and hearing diagnostics.
The Department of Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Environment) advertises a fully funded 3-year PhD position in “Electrokinetic techniques in subsurface applications”.
The project focuses on the investigation of the potential of electrokinetic (EK) techniques for solute distribution and mobilization in different applications encompassing groundwater remediation and in-situ leaching and recovery of metals and metalloids.
The successful candidate will have a background in environmental engineering and will have an interest in numerical modelling of subsurface processes. Previous modelling experience and/or work on electrokinetic techniques are an advantage.
Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD fellowship on metabolic engineering of yeast cell factories.
Synthetic biology enables us to create novel cell factories for the production of fuels and chemicals from renewable feedstocks. The development of efficient cell factories is however both slow and costly. This project focuses on developing an integrated methodology, where systems biology-level analysis, genome-scale metabolic modelling and synthetic biology are combined to accelerate the metabolic engineering of yeast cell factories.
The candidate will develop novel yeast cell factories for production of high-value chemicals from renewable feedstocks.
The National Food Institute at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Food) invites applications for a PhD position within the research field of beer brewing.
The successful applicant will be based in the research group for Microbial Biotechnology and Biorefining. One of the focus areas of the research group is brewing. We aim to improve the understanding of all aspects of the brewing process with special interest in the mashing process, fermentation, processing and application of brewing by-products.
The overall objective of the PhD study is to use a Beeromics strategy to understand how changes in raw materials and processing effect beer composition and properties.