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DTU Wind Energy is seeking a PhD student for a scholarship on “Development of numerical tools for noise control in wind farms”. The general scope of the PhD project is to develop wind turbine operational strategies to maximize energy yields and monitor the impact at receivers of noise from wind farms under various atmospheric conditions.
Aerodynamic noise from wind turbines is becoming a major barrier to public acceptance of wind turbines and wind farms. To ensure a continuous development of wind power, it is therefore required to develop advanced techniques for modelling and controlling noise from wind turbines and wind farms.
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 Nanotech conducts cross-disciplinary research where micro- and nanotechnology is applied to a wide range of scientific disciplines as well as applications. The Nanoprobes group is a large and highly multi-cultural group, with different research branches focusing on drug delivery, biosensing and environmental monitoring. Come and join our exciting research!
The Nanoprobes group at DTU Nanotech wishes to employ a PhD student for 3 years to work in a highly interdisciplinary center of excellence focusing on investigating micrometer sized polymer containers for oral delivery in the treatment of e.g. diabetes and chronic inflammation diseases.
The task of the project is to explore new applications and to study the fundamental behavior of the microcontainers in relevant models.
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.
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.
DTU Fotonik works with all areas of photonic engineering and the Department is now seeking to employ a PhD student to do research within new light sources for treatment & diagnostics of Alzheimer's and dementia.
Alzheimer´s and dementia are brain pathologies affecting language, memory, vision, motion, and mood. The increasing number of people living with dementia is already creating immense challenges for the global health and social systems. Alzheimer’s cannot be cured, but its progression can be slowed down and cognition partly restored.
This PhD project will focus on the development of novel LED light source technology for early treatment of Alzheimer's and dementia diseases.
Unique Human Capital recruiting on behalf of Ascendis Pharma A/S in Hellerup
Take the lead in one of Denmark’s most entrepreneurial and fast-growing Pharma companies
Ascendis Pharma is an entrepreneurial and fast-growing company where skilled, agile and highly resourceful professionals can truly make their mark. Ascendis offers a dynamic place for employees to grow and develop their skills, while influencing the direction of this high potential global company.
As Project Director at Ascendis Pharma you will play a critical role in driving sustainable growth by sherparding the project progress and success for one or multiple projects. You will be responsible for facilitating strategic discussions and decision-making, communicating with all relevant stakeholders across functions and with Senior Management Team and ensuring timely execution of the project(s).
We are seeking a talented and motivated PhD student at the Bacterial Synthetic Biology section led by Professor Morten Sommer at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability at the Technical University of Denmark.
The present opportunity relates to recent grants obtained by the group to use synthetic biology to develop engineered bacterial therapeutics for the gut microbiome. The project comprises PIs spanning preclinical through to clinical researchers and has as a goal to test these novel synthetic biology interventions in human clinical trials.
Specifically, the candidate will engineer microorganisms to produce therapeutically active compounds or degrade compounds associated with disease states.
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.
We are looking for a highly-motivated research assistant or senior technician to join the Department of Molecular Screening and Pharmacology. Our department is responsible for the molecular and cellular pharmacology input to Lundbeck’s drug discovery projects. We use a broad range of in vitro enzyme activity, cell-based (GPCRs, ionchannels), radioligand binding, and electrophysiological assays.
You will be part of a team responsible for the molecular pharmacology and screening input mainly to ion channel research projects aiming for new drug candidates for psychiatric and neurological diseases. You will be responsible for planning, conducting, and evaluating experiments and reporting these to your line and the respective project teams. A significant part of the work will be laboratory-based.
The present research project will be carried out at DTU, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Section of Manufacturing Engineering (MPP). MPP performs research and teaching in the field of manufacturing engineering. The research involves theoretical, numerical and experimental approaches. The main activity areas cover manufacturing processes, micro/nano manufacturing, metrology on all scales (macro, meso, micro, nano) as well as modelling approaches to all these subjects.
Research and teaching is based on a multi-disciplinary use of process technology, materials science, thermodynamics as well as solid and fluid mechanics in the analysis and modelling of manufacturing processes.
The project will require the development of necessary manufacturing knowhow enabling rubber recycling and low-pressure metal/ceramic powder injection moulding.
The Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC), Technical University of Denmark (DTU), invites applicants for a PhD position on characterization of complex hydrocarbon samples as a part of a project portfolio relating to investigations of enhanced oil recovery mechanisms in mature carbonate fields
DHRTC was established by the Danish Underground Consortium and DTU in 2014 as part of a national strategy for energy, the research centre is an ambitious, targeted effort to improve and sustain recovery of hydrocarbons from the Danish North Sea sector.
The position will be an integrated part of the fluid characterization work ongoing at DHRTC which focuses on targeted and non-targeted analysis of petroleum fluids by chromatography and mass spectrometry and water analysis.
The PhD projects will be conducted at the CHEC Research Centre at DTU Chemical Engineering. CHEC is internationally recognised with respect to research in combustion, emission control, gasification, modelling, cement production, advanced measurements in boilers and catalysis.
DTU Chemical Engineering seeks qualified candidates for a number of vacant PhD positions.
The scholarships for the PhD degree are subject to academic approval, and the candidates will be enrolled in one of the general degree programmes at DTU.
DTU Civil Engineering is inviting applications for a 3-year PhD position starting January 2018, jointly funded by EU Northern Periphery and Arctic Program and DTU Civil Engineering. The study is related to characterization and use of waste fishing nets and ropes as reinforcement in concrete focusing geographically on use in remote Arctic regions.
Plastic in the marine environment is a globally recognized environmental issue, with far reaching economic, aesthetic, and environmental consequences. One particular troublesome fraction of marine litter is discarded fishing gear.
Increasing levels of marine litter is particularly pertinent to the Arctic region, and the EU financed Blue Circular Economy project, under which the PhD project is conducted, focuses on adding value to waste fishing nets and ropes by identifying options for use as secondary resources
The Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at DTU invites applications for a 3-year PhD position in downstream processing of depolymerized polyethylene terephthalate.
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is a plastic that is not recycled but reused inevitably ending to landfill or combustion at the end of its life cycle, posing a serious economic and environmental threat.
As part of the efforts of an international consortium to realize a chemical recycling plant (comprising of a core de-polymerization unit and a downstream treatment unit), DTU Chemical Engineering focuses on the downstream units for the recovery and purification of final products, that is ethylene glycol and terephthalic acid as virgin-grade PET monomers.
The National Food Institute at the Technical University of Denmark invites applications for a 3-year PhD candidature starting early 2019. The project is part of a larger initiative to improve risk assessment of chemicals and thereby better safeguard human health.
The project will have focus on characterizing mechanisms behind human adverse effects of early life exposure to fluorinated chemicals.
The successful candidate will be part of the Research Group for Molecular and Reproductive Toxicology based at the National Food Institute. The research group uses a broad spectrum of approaches in their research activities, including in vitro assays, in silico modelling and in vivo rat studies, alongside work concerning science-based advice to regulatory authorities on chemical substances.
DTU Management Engineering’s Division for Quantitative Sustainability Assessment (QSA) covers research and development of scientifically based engineering methods for decision support for environmental and social sustainability.
The research is thus positioned at the interface between natural sciences and engineering-based decision-support.
You will contribute to research within the emerging field high-throughput exposure and computational toxicity characterization in which chemicals emitted along product or service life cycles are evaluated in terms of potential multi-pathway exposure and human and ecosystem effects, and how hazardous chemicals can be substituted by more sustainable alternatives.
DuPont Nutrition Biosciences ApS, Brabrand
We are looking for a SCIENTIST to join our Technology & Innovation Cellulosics team based in Brabrand, Denmark.
Supporting the S&T Business Unit the Technology and Innovation (T&I) team runs new product development projects to develop new to market food ingredients including Cellulosic based products.
Your primary duties will be:
- Be a recognized safety leader within the Cellulosics team and on the Brabrand site
- Establish a lab for the Cellulosics T&I team
- Contribute to scientific excellence in the Cellulosics T&I team
DuPont Nutrition Biosciences ApS, Brabrand
We are looking for an experienced new colleague for our Cultures Development & Food Protection R&D Group in Brabrand (Århus), Denmark. The group works with the development of new natural antimicrobials, including protective cultures through different screening methods and application trials.
The individual is expected to be able to function both independently and within a project team environment by providing the technical expertise for the research and development of new products, methods, processes, and basic knowledge in support of business directives.
- Independently conduct experimental work as defined by project objectives
- Development of new Protective cultures
- Development, validation, and implementation of new screening methods