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We are looking for a skilled and experienced research technician who will prepare biological samples for TEM and SEM imaging as well as acquire and analyze images.
DTU Danchip/Cen, National Center for Electron Nanoscopy and Micro/Nanofabrication invites applications for a permanent research technician position within the research group of Soft Matter led by associate professor Mériem Er-Rafik.
DTU Danchip/Cen is a central research infrastructure at the Technical University of Denmark with the overall mission of contributing to research, development, innovation and education within the following scientific areas: Development and application of advanced characterization methods by means of electron microscopy and development and application of advanced micro- and nanofabrication technology.
Gentofte Hospital, Hellerup
Der søges en forsker til varetagelse af et klinisk, epidemiologisk og eksperimentelt projekt vedrørende nikkelallergi.
Projektet har til formål at identificere individuelle og miljømæssige risikofaktorer for nikkelallergi.
Nikkel er den hyppigste årsag til kontaktallergi hos kvinder. Ny forskning tyder på, at nikkel binder stærkere til huden hos nikkelallergikere end ikke-allergikere. Dette kan skyldes fysisk-kemiske eller immunologiske forskelle, som tænkes kortlagt i projektet.
Det er planen at provokere nikkelallergikere med nikkelfrigivende genstande under forskellige realistiske omstændigheder med henblik på at bestemme, hvad der udløser et allergisk eksem. Der vil også indgå raske forsøgspersoner.
Den ph.d.-studerende skal have kontakt med forsøgspersonerne, mens også stå for nogen af laboratorieanalyserne i samarbejde med internationale og nationale forskerteams.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Et 3-årigt ph.d.-stipendium er tilgængeligt på Institut for Kemi på Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU Kemi).
DTU Kemi tilbyder en talentfuld ansøger med en kandidatuddannelse mulighed for at påbegynde en karriere inden for de forskningsområder instituttet dækker. Ph.d.-forløbet skal påbegyndes mellem 1. januar og 31. marts 2019.
DTU Kemi har en anvendelsesorienteret forskningsstrategi og beskæftiger i øjeblikket 60 ph.d.-studerende i et ambitiøst og internationalt miljø.
Ph.d.-projektet skal formuleres af kandidaten og anbefales skriftligt af den potentielle hovedvejleder ved instituttet. Projektet skal være stærkt udfordrende og fokusere på en problemstilling, der ikke er dækket af større strategiske tiltag.
DTU Bioinformatics has its main research and teaching activities in bio-medical and bio-technological informatics, metagenomics, epidemiology, integrative systems biology and machine learning. The research at DTU Bioinformatics is focused on bioinformatics and computational analyses of large amounts of data generated within biological, biomedical and biotechnological and life sciences area. We strive to gain new knowledge and drive innovation in human, animal, plant and food science and collaborate with all relevant industries.
The PhD student will primarily be working on
- Handling and analysis of mass cytometry data
- Handling and analysis of genomics data
- Handling and analysis of RNA-Seq data
- Prediction of HLA binders from somatic variants
- Integrated analyses of all of the above, including clinical data
Institut for Samfund, Økonomi og Journalistik ved Ilisimatusarfik er begyndt at udvikle jura som et nyt forsknings- og undervisningsområde. Vi leder derfor efter 2 medarbejdere til stillinger indenfor det juridiske fagområde svarende til enten professor, lektor, adjunkt eller adjunkt med ph.d.-forløb.
I jura vil den forskningsmæssige opgave primært være at udvikle den juridiske forskning af særlig relevans for det grønlandske samfund med særligt fokus på den grønlandske offentlige ret. Områder, der har særlig relevans for det grønlandske samfund, begrænser sig ikke til, men kan være: søret, socialret, miljøret, råstofret, international ret og forfatningsret, herunder ikke mindst spørgsmålet om retssikkerhed og opbygningen af en skriftlig og alment tilgængelig retspraksis (domsdatabase).
A PhD fellowship on making the next-generation electromagnetic energy harvester using levitated magnets is now available at the Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, Technical University of Denmark.
This PhD position at DTU Energy will constitute the major part of a unique research project where we want to use a levitated permanent magnet to harvest vibrational energy from various sources.
At the end of the PhD project, we will have developed a theory for levitating permanent magnets and their vibrations and have realized an experimental setup that can demonstrate that vibrations can be harvested using electromagnetism.
The Materials and Surface Engineering section in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark is seeking a candidate for 1 PhD position in the field of investigation steel alloy chemistry, microstructure, and surface finish on oil field corrosion and scaling.
The proposed PhD project is a part of the work package conducted in collaboration between The Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre (DHRTC) and Maersk Oil (MOG).
Corrosion is a common problem in the oil and gas industry, which reduces the lifetime of well tubing material. An extensive internal corrosion of the tubing materials requires better corrosion resistant alloys.
The Materials and Surface Engineering section of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark is seeking a candidate for 1 PhD position in the field of “Climatic reliability of electronics devices” focusing on understanding the water film formation on PCBA surfaces and electrical/electrochemical properties of the water film”.
The PhD programme is part of the CreCon industrial consortium and in close collaboration with a number of electronic companies.
The intended PhD will focus on understanding interplay between electrochemical mechanisms and failure of electronic devices due to change in electrical functionality under humid conditions due to thin water film formation.
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
A PhD fellowship is now available within inorganic materials research at DTU Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark. The inorganic materials research area at DTU Chemistry is applying an application-oriented research strategy and employs currently about 15-20 PhD students and post docs in an international environment.
You will be engaged in development, synthesis and characterization of novel inorganic materials for different applications in heterogeneous catalysis.
The project will be linked to collaborative research projects in the department with other university partners and chemical industry. The position will involve synthesis of inorganic, metal-organic, and nanostructured materials, as well as detailed structural characterization, and catalyst testing.
In Quantitative Modelling of Cell Metabolism, we focus on developing mathematical models to explore and explain the molecular basis for homeostasis – the self-regulating processes evolved to maintain metabolic equilibrium in organisms.
As a member of the multi-disciplinary team, you will contribute your expertise towards formulating, fitting, and simulating large kinetic models. In particular, you will enable the team by building the necessary software tools and pipelines.
Examples of the challenges you will address include:
- Independently develop a high-quality and maintainable software framework that will provide the basis for the project’s success.
- Deploy models and simulation code to collaborators as well as external users in academia and industry by either leveraging their own HPC infrastructure or through IaaS providers such as AWS, Google Compute Engine, Microsoft Azure etc.
As a member of the multi-disciplinary team, you will contribute your expertise towards developing statistical computation solutions for large, non-linear problems. In particular, you will enable the team by building the necessary statistical software tools and pipelines.
Examples of the challenges you will address include:
- Working with modellers and software engineers in QMCM to develop an efficient translation of physical model formulation into a computational Bayesian model.
- Independently develop high-quality and maintainable software under the Stan framework necessary to solve the problem, e.g., efficient GPU utilisation and implicit function solvers.