This project is a large collaborative project between Ghent University and several industrial partners about X-ray imaging of materials and the related post-processing of the tomographic data to extract information about geometry, damage, moisture diffusion, etc. in materials.
We seek to hire a PhD student for developing novel ultrafast vibrational spectroscopic methods.
Molecular vibrations provide unprecedented insight into the structure and environment of molecules. Conventional methods, like e.g. IR or Raman spectroscopy, to detect vibrational resonances rely however on a large number of molecules.
The Institute of Theory of Electrical Engineering at the University of Stuttgart is looking for researchers holding a Master’s degree (or equivalent) who are interested in pursuing research towards a PhD degree as part of one of the following projects:
Integrated transceivers for diamond based hyperpolarization
In this project,
PhD research position
with the Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality Group
at the University of Bremen, Germany,
to be filled as soon as possible
Salary is according to the German Federal pay scale (TV-L 13,
Value of award
100% tuition fees at UK/EU rate plus an annual stipend of £14,553. Successful non-EUinternational students will be required to make up the difference between the UK/EU fees and international fees.
Number of awards: 6
Start date and duration
September 2018 for 3 years.
Application deadline 12 January 2018
Applications should be e-mailed to email@example.com
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