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A 3-year PhD position is available in the laboratory of Professor Preben Morth at the Technical University of Denmark.
The aim is to understand how the lipid environment influences the activity of membrane proteins, using active transporters as benchmark systems, and to investigate the dynamic fluctuations between lipid and protein in solution and using state of the art biophysical methods and enzyme kinetic methods.
We search for highly motivated individuals to work in the field of membrane protein chemistry. The ideal candidate has previous experience in membrane protein expression and purification for structural analysis as well as experience with enzyme kinetics and the use of fluorescence spectroscopy.
DuPont Nutrition Biosciences ApS, Brabrand
We are looking for a flexible scientist with an open mind to assist us with development of new food structuring ingredients. The position is a one-year maternity cover in Systems, Texturants and Emulsifiers R&D.
Your main task will be to investigate the functional and chemical properties of our food ingredients by use of various analytical techniques as well as testing in food model systems. Furthermore, you will take part in short-term service tasks for the global DuPont organization.
- Application of instrumental tools on lab scale for analysis of food ingredients
- Hands-on exploration of the functional properties of food ingredients in food model systems
- Assay development
The Hearing Systems Group at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) seeks a qualified candidate for a 3-year PhD position in collaboration with the hearing-aid manufacturer Widex A/S. Hearing Systems is part of the department of Electrical Engineering.
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 this 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.
DTU Chemical and Biochemical Engineering seeks a PhD candidate for a research project on studying the role of additives on corrosion protection of metals by organic coatings.
This project will focus on
- Characterization of coating performance – Organic coatings with additives, including pigments, fillers and other coating enhancing additives
- Studying the factors affecting the coating performance
- Understanding the coating protection/degradation mechanism
This project is aimed at enabling the industrial collaborator to develop organic coatings which can provide desirable corrosion protection properties.
DTU Compute’s Sections for Embedded Systems Engineering (ESE) would like to invite applications for a 3-year PhD position starting September 1st, 2018. The project is partially financed by the FORA ETN European project.
Our department 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.
DTU Chemical and Biochemical Engineering seeks a PhD candidate for a research project on developing an intelligent system which can detect the early degradation of the coating before any visible signs of coating failure occurs and continuously monitor the real-time changes of the coating properties.
This project will focus on:
- Accelerated coating degradation testing
- Sensor design
- Detection and monitoring system development
- Characterization of coating performance
- Field testing of the system
Applications are invited for a 3-year PhD position funded by the European Commission’s ERC consolidator grant: ‘FRECOM - Nonlinear-Distortion Free Communication over the Optical Fibre Channel’.
The objective of the FRECOM project is to develop novel methodologies and concepts to realize spectrally efficient transmitter and noise mitigating receiver architectures for communication over nonlinear optical fiber channel.
This Ph.D. project will explore novel signaling schemes, which are optimized by taking into account the nonlinear response of the optical fiber channel.
If you carry a strong desire to apply your research for the benefit of a world free of the severe impacts of fossil fuels, you could be PhD student at DTU Energy.
In this project, results of experimental and theoretical research in fundamental nano-structural properties of polymer, kesterite and hybrid solar cells will be applied to scalable processing of such devices. As PhD candidate you will combine guidelines from 3D modelling with methods for in-line structural monitoring that map out the phase and parameter space for benchmark materials systems.
The goal is to transfer reported lab-scale champion solar cell performances to the R2R platform. With the possibilities of directed, scalable processing as opposed to the limitations of small scale batch-manufacturing there is even the possibility that new champion solar cell records will be made.
PhD position is available at the Department of Bio and Health Informatics (DTU Bioinformatics) at the Technical University of Denmark within the area of Metagenomics/Systems biology.
The research at DTU Bioinformatics is focused on benefitting from the wealth of new data and data types being generated within biomedical and life sciences to improve human and animal health and develop solutions to problems of biotechnological and industrial interest.
The PhD student will primarily be working on two research projects related to human microbiome and animal microbiome.
Are you an Accelerator Physicist (Collective Effects) experienced in collective effects and interested in working in an exciting international environment at the forefront of modern science?
As an Accelerator Physicist (Collective Effects), you will contribute to the study of the collective effects in particle accelerators, in particular the mechanisms responsible for transverse coherent beam instabilities. You will also devise mitigation techniques to push further the performance of the existing and future CERN accelerators.
Center for Olie og Gas – DTU (DHRTC), in collaboration with CERE – Center for Energy Resources Engineering, DTU Chemical Engineering, are seeking a PhD candidate.
The problem of fluid distribution is relevant to a number of tight petroleum reservoirs in the North Sea, especially Valdemar and neighboring Adda. Indefiniteness in the lateral variation of the hydrocarbon composition is an important factor affecting prospective development of these tight Lower Cretaceous reservoirs.
The PhD student should be responsible for analysis of the reservoir data and modelling the fluid distribution in the petroleum reservoirs. Advanced thermodynamic and mathematical models will be applied and tested on the reservoir data the problem is both directly practical and deeply theoretical.
The Center for Microbial Secondary Metabolites, CeMiSt, is one of 10 new Centers of Excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation. The Center started 1st of January 2018 and will run for six years with an option for a four-year extension.
We seek a candidate for a three-year Ph.D. scholarship in the area of molecular microbial ecology to study the role of secondary metabolites produced by fluorescent Pseudomonads in microbial soil Communities.
The purpose of the PhD project is to unravel the role(s) of fluorescent Pseudomonads and their secondary metabolites in the development of microbial soil communities. Although fluorescent Pseudomonads are producers of a variety of secondary metabolites, little is known of how these molecules influence the microbial diversity and functionality within natural microbial communities.
DTU Fotonik has a strong focus on optical communications and coding as well as working within all areas of photonic engineering.
We are hereby announcing a PhD position at DTU Fotonik within the topic of information theory and error correction coding and shaping for optical communication.
This project is part of collaboration between DTU Fotonik and the Institute for Communications Engineering (LNT) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) within the EuroTech Alliance. Starting date is in summer/autumn 2018.
DTU Compute’s Sections for Software and Process Engineering would like to invite applications for a 3-year PhD position starting September 1st 2018. The project is financed through a DTU Alliance PhD stipend together with the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.
The goal of this position is to develop components of a neuro-adaptive learning platform that helps to improve learning outcomes of learners by assessing the cognitive and emotional state of learners in a context-specific manner and by developing an adaptation mechanism.
Learners’ engagement with digital knowledge artefacts, such as conceptual models, data profiles and visualizations as well as software scripts, is increasing in multi-disciplines like data science, and exasperated by the diversity of student backgrounds entering such areas of study.
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has an open PhD position (early-stage researcher) in the H2020 MSCA ITN RealVision project at DTU Fotonik.
The RealVision Innovative Training Network (ITN) will investigate the problem of capturing, processing and displaying hyper-realistic images with the aim of building the hyper-realistic immersive visual imaging and display systems of the future.
The goal of the project is to establish a complete physical characterization of innovative displays and viewing set-up for quality evaluation and relate this to visual perception.
DTU Mechanical Engineering in cooperation with NTNU AMOS - Centre for Autonomous Marine Operations and Systems has an open PhD position in ship motion dynamics coupled with the subfields of estimation theory, and data analytics and communication.
The multidisciplinary PhD project will address sea state estimation using a network of heterogeneous sensors, which, on a more specific level, involves network-based sea state estimation using simultaneous data from multiple ships.
The PhD study is under the Double Doctorate Degree (cotutelle) agreement between NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and DTU (Technical University of Denmark).
The Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (Centre for Oil and Gas – DTU), Technical University of Denmark (DTU), invites applicants for a PhD position on numerical modelling of modified salinity waterflooding in chalk reservoirs. Centre for Oil and Gas – DTU is established by the Danish Underground Consortium and DTU. As part of a national strategy on oil and gas, the research centre is an ambitious, targeted effort to improve recovery of oil and gas from the Danish North Sea.
The positions will be an integrated part of the advanced water flooding programme with the focus on improving oil recovery in chalk reservoirs in the Danish part of the North Sea. In this context, the candidate is expected to perform fundamental and applied research on understanding of enhance oil recovery from chalk reservoirs, and upscaling of multiphase flow on scales ranging from the core-to-field-scale.
DTU, The Technical University of Denmark, Department of Management Engineering invites applicants for a 3-year PhD position on “Affective Interaction between New Venture Team members”, starting ideally on 1 September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter in 2018.
The project focuses on understanding the interaction mechanisms underlying performance relevant long-term outcomes in new venture teams, i.e. how a team’s interactions can be used to predict its future success. For this purpose you will conduct a longitudinal panel study with start-up teams. You will analyse the teams using SPAFF coding scheme and follow them intensively for three years.
This includes in-depth qualitative measures about the team (e.g. team climate, team potency) and about the business (e.g. business gestation activities, survival, sales and employment growth).
Læreruddannelsen UCN søger adjunkt/lektor til varetagelse af undervisning indenfor Dansk og Lærerens grundfaglighed, undervisningen vil være såvel i læreruddannelsen på campus som i det netbaserede læreruddannelsestilbud.
Lærerens grundfaglighed består af hovedområderne
- Pædagogik og lærerfaglighed
- Almen dannelse: Kristendomskundskab, livsoplysning og medborgerskab
Læreruddannelsen UCN har 2 afdelinger, Hjørring og Aalborg, og alle uddannelsesaktiviteter gennemføres i et tæt samarbejde de 2 afdelinger imellem. Foruden undervisningsaktiviteter i Læreruddannelsen Hjørring vil der være en lang række opgaver i efter- og videreuddannelsen samt undervisning på andre lokaliteter i og udenfor UCN, primært i Region Nordjylland.
DTU, The Technical University of Denmark, Department of Management Engineering invites applicants for a 3-year PhD position on ”Uncertainty Perception in Organisational Transition to Systems Thinking in Nordic Manufacturing”, starting ideally on 1 September 2018 or as soon as possible thereafter in 2018.
The project focuses on how to ensure the transition from a product-based manufacturing company to a solution-focused company. Solutions are a seamless integration of product and services to fulfil customer needs and require system thinking. Specifically, the project targets the issue of uncertainty management in the transition process which arises from the need to integrate a large number of processes, stakeholders and organisational competencies.