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Nanostructured 2D materials have fascinating electronic and optical properties. With the present project, our goal is to be able to fabricate and then combine different nanostructured 2D materials by using controlled stacking, exploiting van der Waals interactions for keeping the layers together.
A mind-boggling number of combination possibilities are possible, and the properties of the resulting stacks are expected to be just as varied.
The PhD project will be part of the highly collaborative and cross-disciplinary research activity at the Center of Excellence for Nanostructured Graphene, CNG, funded by the Danish National Research Foundation (Danmarks Grundforskningsfond).
DuPont Nutrition Biosciences ApS, Copenhagen
The Specialty Products Division works with customers across multiple industries to advance their best ideas and deliver real-world products and smart solutions. From more nutritious food to more efficient cars, from better ways of connecting to new sources of energy, and from smarter homes to better protection for workers and the environment, the people of Specialty Products are focused on delivering the essential advances that our customers — and the world — needs to thrive.
Basic Purpose of the Role:
- Global product owner and the associated processes for additions, deletions and changes to the Cultures Product Line offer
- Cultures Leader accountable for the interface with Technology and PCF for new product pipeline
- Participates in global BU leadership meetings
The section for Image Analysis and Computer Graphics at DTU’s Department for Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (“DTU Compute”) would like to invite applications for a 3-year PhD position starting around April 2018. The project is part of an ambitious EU-funded project TRABIT that aims to develop new computational methods to analyze the "wild'' type of neuroimaging data arising in the standard clinical treatment of brain disorders.
DTU Compute is an internationally unique academic environment spanning the science disciplines mathematics, statistics and computer science. At the same time we are an engineering department covering informatics and communication technologies (ICT) in their broadest sense. Finally, we play a major role in addressing the societal challenges of the digital society where ICT is a part of every industry, service, and human endeavour.
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Lyngby
The National Food Institute (DTU Food) offers two PhD positions within the field of microbiology and ecology of the intestine.
You will be part of the Research group for Microbes, Health and Allergy. We offer an ambitious, dynamic and sociable research environment with lots of exiting challenges and opportunities.
- PhD1: Delivery of probiotics by micro-containers: This PhD will investigate the use of nano- and microfabricated containers, produced by our colleagues at DTU Nanotech, for delivery of selected probiotic bacteria into the intestinal environment of germ-free and conventional mice.
- PhD2: New strategies for treatment of Ulcerative Colitis (UC): This PhD will investigate the potential of ingestion of specific bacteria and mixtures of bacteria within nano- and microfabricated containers for treatment and alleviation UC in animal models.
The Section for Astrophysics and Atmospheric Physics at DTU Space seeks excellent applicants for a PhD position in X-ray physics and astronomical instrumentation.
DTU Space is the leading institution of public space activities in Denmark. The mission of the Institute is to conduct research, development, public sector consultancy, education and innovation at the highest international level within the following areas: Space Technology & Instrumentation, Earth Observation & Geoscience and Space- & Astro-physics.
DTU Space has a strong position in observational astrophysics primarily based on space missions and several decades heritage of participation in astrophysical satellites.
Are you looking to take the next step and kick-start your career within manufacturing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in an international research based pharmaceutical company? - Then we have the Graduate Programme just for you.
As part of your two-year graduate journey at Lundbeck you will be exposed to various parts of the business and encounter many exciting challenges across the company. The learning curve is steep and we expect a lot from you, however, in return we offer a programme that will enable you to grow both on a professional and personal level, kick-starting your career with the best possible foundation.
As a graduate with us you will achieve 360-degree insight and hands-on experience within the fundamental job-functions making up chemical pharmaceutical manufacturing in Lundbeck.
Are you looking for the next step to kick-start your transition from being a student to becoming a young professional within drug development - and are you passionate about the voice of patients and their caregivers?
Lundbeck’s focus is first and foremost on the patients suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, depression and schizophrenia, for whom we develop innovative medical treatments. In the Medical & Regulatory Science business unit, we strive to integrate patient perspectives in our activities.
Your job will be at the center of this, helping us to develop and operationalize patient and caregiver insights linked to the regulatory and medical aspects of our drug development strategies. We would therefore expect you to have a passion for patient focused drug development combined with the skills and educational background to understand and navigate medical and scientific data.
Are you looking for the next step to kick-start your transition from being a student to becoming a young professional within Nonclinical Safety Research in an international pharmaceutical company? Then we have the Graduate Programme just for you.
As part of your two-year graduate journey at Lundbeck you will be exposed to various parts of the business and encounter many exciting challenges across the company. The learning curve will be steep and we expect a lot from you, but in return we offer a programme that will empower you to grow both on a professional and personal level.
We are searching for a graduate, with an interest in nonclinical activities, to support our development projects and marketed products. Your “home base” will be in Department of Bioanalysis, but you will work closely with other departments inside and outside Nonclinical Safety Research.
LEO Pharma, Ballerup
Are you passionate about improving lives of millions of people by supporting all our marketed products?
You will be part of the department responsible for the set-up and evaluation of stability studies, analytical support, OOS and OOT resolution, support during Health Authorities inspections and maintenance of regulatory documentation. As a part of your daily tasks you will be expected to perform:
- stability evaluation of marketed products
- write and update quality documentation for regulatory purposes in connection with maintenance, projects, questions from authorities, renewals and applications for variations
- manage and participate in projects across the LEO organization in Denmark, Ireland and France
Velux A/S, Brædstrup
Would you like to develop new glass products alongside colleagues who are the best of the best? Then, we offer you the opportunity to develop your skills as you help us bring light to life.
Right now, we are looking for several R&D specialists. Join us to think big and immerse yourself in developing new outstanding and reliable high-quality products.
You will become familiar with window coatings, large glass cleaning, glass lamination processes and flat panel displays, and you will get to collaborate with multiple functions across the organisation – e.g. application, quality and production.
More specifically, you will:
- Design and take part in experiments
- Collect, analyse and interpret experimental data with a focus on statistical relevance
- Document and present test results
- Define next steps regarding product goals, features and the production process
- Implement a strong qualitative methodology in all parts of the process
DTU Chemical Engineering seeks qualified candidates for a number of vacant PhD positions and a postdoc position within the core research areas of chemical and biochemical engineering, such as:
- Bio-based processes
- Process system engineering
- High temperature processes
- Coating science and technology
The positions are part of the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC). The research will be within the core fields of chemical and biochemical engineering, and should support our SDC MSc education in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering and the research collaboration in the framework of SDC.
A 3-year PhD scholarship in the field of nanomaterial chemistry is available at the Department of Chemistry.
The PhD scholarship is expected to start on the 1st of April or as soon as possible thereafter. The successful candidate can join a newly established, young research team, which is a part of the NanoChemistry Group, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry section at DTU Chemistry.
The successful candidate should have a Master’s degree in chemistry, materials science or physics, specifically with:
- Strong experimental background of material chemistry or inorganic chemistry.
- Prior experience of optoelectronic nanomaterials especially colloidal QDs including material synthesis and basic characterization (e.g. SEM, TEM, XRD, UV-Vis and PL spectroscopies) is preferred
We offer a PhD fellowship at Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine (DTU Bioengineering) at the Technical University of Denmark. The PhD project will be executed at the Bacterial Interactions and Evolution group in the Section for Microbial and Chemical Ecology.
We study microbial interactions using molecular microbiology and microscopy techniques combined with laboratory evolution. Our aim is to understand how the ecology of Bacilli is affected by interactions and adaptation, how Bacilli colonize the rhizosphere and compete with other microorganisms and how we can harvest this knowledge for biocontrol and production purposes.
A position as PhD student in radiochemistry and environmental radioactivity is available in the Radioecology Section, Hevesy Laboratory Division at the Center for Nuclear Technologies (DTU Nutech), at DTU Risø Campus, Roskilde, Denmark.
About 40 employees work in the Division with 15 employees in the Radioecology Section. Work in the Section covers research on radioactivity in marine and terrestrial environments, monitoring programmes and risk assessment of environmental radioactivity, commercial analytical services, public-sector consultancy and innovation covering application and development of radioanalytical methods.
Applicant should be diligent, talented and able to communicate scientific results in English both orally and in writing. He/she must be able to work both in a team and individually.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has an open PhD position (early-stage researcher) in the H2020 MSCA ITN RealVision project at DTU Fotonik.
The goal of the project is to encode light field image data for flexible access and processing. Light field video and imaging lead to very large amounts of data and coding is crucial to utilize the data efficiently. High-quality coding of light field data facilitating interactive, visually oriented applications will be developed.
The coding scheme will be based on modelling relations of subsets, e.g. close-by views and efficient coding of these. For modelling, advanced flow and motion estimation formulations will be established for subsets of the data.
DTU Energy seeks a dedicated candidate for a 3-year PhD position with full employee benefits in the interdisciplinary field of X-ray physics, materials science and computation.
As PhD student, you will be part of the Section for Imaging and Structural Analysis where we develop and apply techniques for multiscale imaging and structural analysis by means of electrons, X-rays, and neutrons.
Our goal is to describe the structure, chemistry and morphology of materials, interfaces or surfaces quantitatively, and subsequently to link this information to the properties of materials and devices. Materials and devices applicable for energy conversion or storage are our prime interests.
DTU Compute’s Section for Cognitive Systems, would like to invite applications for a 3-year PhD position starting as early as possible. The project is financed by a starting grant from the European Research Council.
The project focus on learning locally adaptive metrics and building statistical models that respect these. We model the locally adaptive metric as a Riemannian metric, which gives a firm mathematical foundation to build upon.
We are interested in building both theoretical foundations and practical algorithms working with this class of models. Working on this, you will develop new insights using differential geometry, machine learning, probability theory, and much more. The focus of the project will depend on the chosen candidate.
A new PhD scholarship in transport and urban economics is available at the Transport Economics group at DTU Management Engineering. The Transport Economics group is part of the System Analysis Division, which is placed within the Department of Management Engineering at DTU.
The division conducts basic and applied research within the area of energy system analysis, transport economics, policy instruments, regulatory issues, energy demand, and climate science In this PhD project, we will study the economic impacts of transport and land-use policies using microeconomic theory and microeconometrics.
We are seeking candidates with a Master Degree in economics preferable within applied microeconomic theory or microeconometrics.
A PhD fellowship is available at Department of Biotechnology and Biomedicine (DTU Bioengineering) at the Technical University of Denmark. The position will be placed in the Enzyme and Protein Chemistry group in the section of Protein Science and Signaling Biology with about 30 staff members.
The project work for this position includes: production of recombinant b-lactoglobulin and analysis of sites interacting with designed alginate oligosaccharides using NMR; cross-linking of b-lactoglobulin as well as whey protein mixture and identification of cross-linked amino acid residues using mass spectrometry; evaluation by in vitro digestion using articificial gastrointestinal tract systems of cross-linked protein (whey protein mixtures) in complex with alginate for validation of functional effects.
Genmab A/S, Copenhagen
Genmab has a robust pipeline of innovative human antibody therapeutics and a number of strategic partnerships are already in place with international blue chip companies. The company is continuing its positive growth and development, striving towards its goal of improving the lives of oncology patients with unmet medical needs.
You will be part of the QA department at the headquarters in Copenhagen and you will report to the Senior Director, QA. You will collaborate with colleagues across the organ-ization, with the overall goal of developing new and innovative medicine for patients.
You main tasks are:
- Quality oversight of establishing and maintaining our Bioanalytical GLP laboratory in Genmabs Dutch Site in Utrecht
- Actively support the goal to certify our GLP lab (EU-regulation)
- Provide Quality oversight, and actively contribute to Training and Quality Advise to Lab personnel and Management