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Aalborg University

PhD Stipend in Saline biomass biorefinery (14-19074)

At the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Department of Energy Technology a PhD stipend is available within the general study program Energy Technology. The stipend is open for appointment from 1 December 2019.The Department of Energy Technology is an expanding department covering most fields of Energy Technology ranging from electrical energy to thermal and bio-energy. The department has about 300 employees – out of them are more than 125 Ph.D. students. The laboratory-facilities are world-class and the research carried out are most often in collaboration with industry. The position is offered in relation to the research program "biogas and biorefineries" and the PhD Student will be positioned at the Esbjerg Campus of Aalborg University.

Job description

The PhD project will be part of a large collaborative Horizon 2020 project called AQUA-COMBINE. The AQUA-COMBINE project aims to demonstrate combined aquaculture and halophyte farming using the principles of circular economy, where waste and residues are utilised with-in the system to create both internal value and new products. 

Halophyte plants such as Salicornia europaea have the ability to grown in saline soils (marginal land) and/or be irrigated with seawater. The green tips of Salicornia is sold as food, while the woody part is considered a residue. However, this residue biomass is rich in valuable bio-active molecules that can be extracted using simple and affordable processing. These compounds include phenolic acids (strong anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidants), high quality protein, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, carotenoids, and chlorophyll. The fiber fraction left after extraction is pure, low recalcitrant lignocellulose which can be used to produce bioenergy (with low energy input), or separated into high value xylooligosaccharides (prebiotics) and char coal from lignin. 

The PhD project will include chemical characterization (HPLC, GC-MS, ICP-MS) of the produced halophyte biomass, extraction of value added compounds from the biomass, and conversion of the biomass residue to bioenergy. 

The applicant must provide and upload a proper project description, which describes the applicants initial thoughts and ideas related to the specific project applied for. This includes a brief state-of-the-art (including short list of references), a time schedule and how the applicant intends to shed light on the project objectives. The project description should have a length of 4-5 pages.

You may obtain further information from Mette Hedegaard Thomsen, Energy Technology, phone: 93562196, email: mht@et.aau.dk ,  concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

You may obtain further information from Title name, Department of name, phone: phone number, email: mailaddress concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

PhD stipends are allocated to individuals who hold a Master’s degree. PhD stipends are normally for a period of 3 years. It is a prerequisite for allocation of the stipend that the candidate will be enrolled as a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Engineering and Science in accordance with the regulations of Ministerial Order No. 1039 of August 27, 2013 on the PhD Programme at the Universities and Certain Higher Artistic Educational Institutions. According to the Ministerial Order, the progress of the PhD student shall be assessed every six months. It is a prerequisite for continuation of salary payment that the previous progress is approved at the time of the evaluation.

The qualifications of the applicant will be assessed by an assessment committee. On the basis of the recommendation of the assessment committee the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Science will make a decision for allocating the stipend.

For further information about stipends and salary as well as practical issues concerning the application procedure contact Ms. Lisbeth Diinhoff, The Faculty of Engineering and Science, email: ld@adm.aau.dk ,  phone: +45 9940 9589.

For more information of The Doctoral School of Engineering and Science: www.phd.engineering.aau.dk 

The application is only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button below.

AAU wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background or belief.

Agreement

Appointment and salary as a PhD fellow are according to the Ministry of Finance Circular of November 10, 2015 on the Collective Agreement for Academics in Denmark, Appendix 5, regarding PhD fellows, and with the Ministry of Finance current circular on the employment structure at Danish Universities.

Deadline: 29 October 2019
Unit: Department of Energy Technology
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Post expires on Tuesday October 29th, 2019

Post-doctoral fellowship at Department of Health Science and Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark and Center for General at Aalborg University

At the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Health Science and Technology one or more positions as Postdoc in musculoskeletal pain in children are open for appointment from December 1, 2019 or soon hereafter. The position is available for a period of 2 years.

Job description

A combined position between HST and the Center for General Practice at Aalborg University
The Department of Health Science and Technology carries out multidisciplinary research and teaching in the area of health science and technology. The department has more than 250 employees and is responsible for more than 1700 students. The Center for General Practice is an inter-disciplinary research unit located in Aalborg, Denmark. We have a strong focus on musculoskeletal disorders, and the use of new technologies in general practice. The research unit currently employs approximately 35 researchers and administrative staff. The post-doctoral position currently open is within the OptiYouth Research group. In OptiYouth, our vision is to keep youth healthy and active. Our mission is to improve the health and function of youth, by generating and implementing knowledge and evidence on youth musculoskeletal health. 

What we offer
We offer a post-doctoral position of two years (which may be extended to three years), as part of a externally funded research project called “Investigating pathology and tissue biomarkers of Osgood Schlatter to enhance treatment of children with growth-related pain” which is funded by the IRFD. The successful candidate will use imaging (primarily MRI and ultrasonography) and novel pain assessments to investigate the pathophysiology of Osgood Schlatter. The fellowship includes funding for project expenses, a recurrent yearly annuum for travelling/conference participation, and a well-equipped office space and laptop. The working language at the unit and Aalborg University is English, and we regularly host international guests. For more details about our working environment please read a more comprehensive description here: https://bit.ly/2Ij6uVD

Your development
You will be exposed to an inter-disciplinary group, where all group members are expected to help other grow and contribute to the team. You will be expected to participate in other students and researchers` projects, which may include opportunities such as mentoring and to learn new skills while doing so (from bachelor to PhD students). You will be mentored by a senior researcher, who will provide career development meetings with you to ensure your development during your post.doc and afterwards. 

What we request
We expect to hire a team player that will help to develop OptiYouth. The candidate for a post-doctoral fellowship will hold a PhD within the area of medicine, health science or equivalent. It is expected that the candidate has a track record of high-quality publications and it is desirable that the candidate has previous experience with MRI imaging, otherwise upskilling will be possible. It is desirable that the candidate has experience with clinical research. A high proficiency in oral and written English is required. Good dissemination skills are important.

This project is a collaboration between four different research institutions. The main workplace is Aalborg, Denmark, but the candidate should be prepared to work closely with collaborators in Netherlands, UK and Copenhagen. This will involve travelling and spending time abroad. 

You may obtain further professional information from Associate Professor, Michael Skovdal Rathleff , e-mail: misr@hst.aau.dk

Qualification requirements: 

Appointment as Postdoc presupposes scientific qualifications at PhD–level or similar scientific qualifications. The research potential of each applicant will be emphasized in the overall assessment. Appointment as a Postdoc cannot exceed a period of four years in total at Aalborg University.

The application must contain the following:

  • A motivated text wherein the reasons for applying, qualifications in relation to the position, and intentions and visions for the position are stated.
  • A current curriculum vitae.
  • Copies of relevant diplomas (Master of Science and PhD). On request you could be asked for an official English translation.
  • Scientific qualifications. A complete list of publications must be attached with an indication of the works the applicant wishes to be considered. You may attach up to 5 publications.
  • Dissemination qualifications, including participation on committees or boards, participation in organisations and the like.
  • Additional qualifications in relation to the position. References/recommendations.
  • Personal data.

The applications are only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button below. An assessment committee will assess all candidates.

AAU wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background or belief.

For further information concerning the application procedure please contact Camilla Jonstrup Christensen by mail cjc@adm.aau.dk. Information regarding guidelines, ministerial circular in force and procedures can be seen here (sund)

Agreement

Employment is in accordance with the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities (the Appointment Order) and the Ministry of Finance’s current Job Structure for Academic Staff at Universities. Employment and salary are in accordance with the collective agreement for state-employed academics.   

Deadline: 31 October 2019
Unit: Department of Health Science and Technology
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Post expires on Thursday October 31st, 2019

One or more PhD Stipends in Cortical characterization of Listening Effort (21-19073)

At the Faculty of Medicine, Department of Health Science and Technology, one or more PhD stipends are available within the general research programme Biomedical Science and Engineering. The stipends are open for appointment from 1st February 2020 or soon thereafter.

Job description

The Department of Health Science and Technology carries out multidisciplinary research and teaching in the area of health science and technology. The department has more than 250 employees and is responsible for more than 1700 students. More than 100 PhD students are enrolled in the doctoral school affiliated to the department. The department has laboratory facilities for Multichannel EEG and EMG analysis, NMR- and electrical stimulations, ECG-analysis, ultrasound, 3-d movement analysis, respiratory and circulatory examinations, sensory and motor functions analysis, clean room facilities, cell growth, molecular biology etc. for more see: www.hst.aau.dk

In 2000 AAU established a new five year master program within Biomedical engineering, in 2006 within Medicine with industrial specialization, in 2007 within Sports Science, in 2010 within Medicine and latest in 2019 within Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. All educations at AAU are based on problem based teaching.

One of the most common complaints among hearing aids users is the mental fatigue they undergo after relatively short conversations in noisy situations due to increased levels of listening effort. The overall goal of this research project is to develop a new concept of hearing assistive devices that continuously monitor the brain activity, and adapts the signal processing in the hearing assistive devices in order to minimize the listening effort. The project combines signal processing and auditory neuroscience and include theoretical and experimental research:

  • Signal processing algorithms for extracting correlates of listening effort from electroencephalography (EEG),
    • Research involving aspects of neuroscience that relates to the functional connectivity of the brain in response to natural speech.
  • The project is a collaboration between the Department of Electronic Systems and the Department of Health, Science and Technology, at Aalborg University, and there will be collaboration with international universities and industry.
  • The project is fully funded by The Independent Research Fund Denmark under the project entitled “Effortless Hearing in Noise by Brain Feedback”.

The successful applicants must have a Master degree in Biomedical Engineering or Signal Processing. Excellent undergraduate and master degree grades are desired. A high level of written and spoken English is also expected.

You may obtain further information from Professor Ole Kæseler Andersen, Department of Health Science and Technology,  phone: 9940 8816, email: oka@hst.aau.dk concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

PhD stipends are allocated to individuals who hold a Master’s degree. PhD stipends are normally for a period of 3 years. It is a prerequisite for allocation of the stipend that the candidate will be enrolled as a PhD student at the Doctoral School in Medicine, Biomedical Science and Technology in accordance with the regulations of Ministerial Order No. 1039 of August 27, 2013 on the PhD Programme at the Universities and Certain Higher Educational Institutions. According to the Ministerial Order, the progress of the PhD student shall be assessed at regular points in time. It is a prerequisite for continuation of salary payment that the previous progress is approved at the time of the evaluation.

The qualifications of the applicant will be assessed by an assessment committee. On the basis of the recommendation of the assessment committee the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine will make a decision for allocating the stipend.

For further information about stipends and salary as well as practical issues concerning the application procedure contact Ms. Sofie Pia Jensen, The Faculty of Medicine, email: spj@adm.aau.dk, phone: +45 9940 3478.

For more information of the The Doctoral School in Medicine, Biomedical Science and Technology: http://www.medicine.aau.dk/doctoral-school/

The application is only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button below.

AAU wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background or belief.

Agreement

Appointment and salary as a PhD fellow are according to the Ministry of Finance Circular of November 10, 2015, on the Collective Agreement for Academics in Denmark, Appendix 5, regarding PhD fellows, and with the Ministry of Finance current Circular on the employment structure at Danish Universities.

Deadline: 1 November 2019
Unit: Department of Health Science and Technology
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Post expires on Friday November 1st, 2019

One or more PhD Stipends in Acoustic Signal Processing for Minimizing Listening Effort using Brain Feedback (8-19072)

At the Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Department of Electronic Systems, one ore more PhD stipends in Acoustistic Signal Processing for Minimizing Listening Effort using Brain Feedback are available within the general study programme Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The stipends are open for appointment from February 1st, 2020, or soon as possible thereafter.

Job description

One of the most common complaints among hearing aids users is the mental fatigue they undergo after relatively short conversations in noisy situations due to increased levels of listening effort. The overall goal of this research project is to develop a new concept of hearing assistive devices that continuously monitor the brain, and adapts the signal processing in the hearing assistive devices in order to minimize the listening effort. The project combines signal processing and auditory neuroscience and include theoretical and experimental research:

  • Acoustically controlled experiments with portable EEG devices in anechoic chambers where real-life acoustic environments can be simulated using arrays of loudspeakers.
  • Signal processing algorithms for extracting correlates of listening effort from EEG, and speech enhancement algorithms that minimize the listening effort.

The project is a collaboration between the Department of Electronic Systems and the Department of Health, Science and Technology, at Aalborg University, and there will be collaboration with international universities and industry.

The project is fully funded by The Independent Research Fund Denmark under the project entitled “Effortless Hearing in Noise by Brain Feedback”.

The successful applicant must have a Master degree in Statistical Signal Processing, Information Theory, Estimation Theory, Auditory Processing, or EEG Signal Processing, and have extensive knowledge in one or more of the disciplines. Excellent undergraduate and master degree grades are desired. A high level of written and spoken English is also expected.

You may obtain further information from Prof. Jan Østergaard, Department of Electronic Systems, phone: 99408693, email: jo@es.aau.dk, concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

PhD stipends are allocated to individuals who hold a Master’s degree. PhD stipends are normally for a period of 3 years. It is a prerequisite for allocation of the stipend that the candidate will be enrolled as a PhD student at the Technical Doctoral School of IT adn Design in accordance with the regulations of Ministerial Order No. 1039 of August 27, 2013 on the PhD Programme at the Universities and Certain Higher Artistic Educational Institutions. According to the Ministerial Order, the progress of the PhD student shall be assessed every six months. It is a prerequisite for continuation of salary payment that the previous progress is approved at the time of the evaluation.

The qualifications of the applicant will be assessed by an assessment committee. On the basis of the recommendation of the assessment committee, the Dean of the Technical Faculty of IT and Design will make a decision for allocating the stipend.

For further information about stipends and salary as well as practical issues concerning the application procedure contact Ms. xxx , The Technical Faculty of IT and Design, email: xxx, phone: +45 9940 xxxx.

For more information of The Technical Doctoral School of IT and Design: www.phd.tech.aau.dk

The application is only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button below.

AAU wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background or belief.

Agreement

Appointment and salary as a PhD fellow are according to the Ministry of Finance Circular of November 10, 2015 on the Collective Agreement for Academics in Denmark, Appendix 5, regarding PhD fellows, and with the Ministry of Finance current circular on the employment structure at Danish Universities.

Deadline: 3 November 2019
Unit: Department of Electronic Systems
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Post expires on Sunday November 3rd, 2019

PhD Stipend in Reliability-oriented design of a microgrid system (14-19070)

At the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Department of Energy Technology a Ph.D. stipend is available within the general study program Energy Technology. The stipend is open for appointment from March 1, 2020, or soon hereafter.The Department of Energy Technology is an expanding department covering most fields of Energy Technology ranging from electrical energy (Power Systems, Power Electronics, and Electrical Machines) to thermal energy including Energy Systems and Fluid Mechanics and Combustion but also mechatronic systems. The department has about 300 employees – out of them are more than 125 Ph.D. students. The laboratory-facilities are world-class and the research carried out are most often in collaboration with industry.The Ph.D. stipend is a part of a research grant on REliable Power Electronic based Power System (REPEPS) from the Villum Foundation Investigator programme running from 2017 to 2023, which is awarded to Professor Frede Blaabjerg. The position is further related to the research program Efficient and Reliable Power Electronics and the Ph.D. student will be positioned to the section for Power Electronic Systems.

Job description

The overall goal is to develop new methods for ensuring reliable and safe operations of power electronic based power systems. An integrated reliability assessment tool, which can incorporate both the physical characteristics of hardware components and control software optimization at the system level, will be developed for predicting the lifetime of power electronic based power systems. New insights into the mutual interactions of power electronic converters at multiple time scales will be revealed to leverage the control effects of power electronics for power grid stabilization and protection. It is expected that between 15 to 25 researchers will be involved in REPEPS and the research environment will be very international oriented.

Power electronics converters are dominating the power systems with a high-level integration of renewable energies, like wind and solar photovoltaics. In such applications, reliability and efficiency are of importance, which can affect the cost of energy. When multiple power electronic converters are connected to the point of the common coupling, possible interactions among them including influence of different thermal stressors depending on the system mission profile lead to component failures and may cause converter outage and eventually the entire system shutdown. Many attempts have been made to improve reliability of individual power converter reliability utilizing design for reliability concepts. However, in multi-converter-based systems such as in a microgrid, analyzing the system-level impact of mission profiles, employed architectures, adopted control strategies and interactions among converters are required to ensure the system-level reliability. This Ph.D. project thus focuses on the reliability-oriented design of a microgrid system. The major objective is to develop design methodologies to directly control and maintain “reliability” of power electronic-based power systems. The developed design methodologies and control strategies should be validated through experimental tests.

Application Requirements:
Applicants should be highly motivated with the background in power electronics, modeling and control of electrical energy systems. Hardware experience with power electronics systems will be an advantage. A high proficiency in oral and written English is required. The application for enrolment must include the following:
• Motivation letter.
• Diplomas confirming academic degrees (Bachelor and Master Degrees), and the academic transcripts.
• Curriculum vitae (including personal particulars).
• Publications (if applicable).
• Project description (4-5 pages), which describes the applicant’s initial thoughts and ideas related to the specific project applied for. This includes a brief state-of-the-art (including short list of references), a time schedule, and how the applicant intends to shed light on the project objectives.

You may obtain further information from Professor, Villum Investigator Frede Blaabjerg, Department of Energy Technology, phone: +45 21292454, email: fbl@et.aau.dk , concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

You may obtain further information from Title name, Department of name, phone: phone number, email: mailaddress concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

PhD stipends are allocated to individuals who hold a Master’s degree. PhD stipends are normally for a period of 3 years. It is a prerequisite for allocation of the stipend that the candidate will be enrolled as a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Engineering and Science in accordance with the regulations of Ministerial Order No. 1039 of August 27, 2013 on the PhD Programme at the Universities and Certain Higher Artistic Educational Institutions. According to the Ministerial Order, the progress of the PhD student shall be assessed every six months. It is a prerequisite for continuation of salary payment that the previous progress is approved at the time of the evaluation.

The qualifications of the applicant will be assessed by an assessment committee. On the basis of the recommendation of the assessment committee the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Science will make a decision for allocating the stipend.

For further information about stipends and salary as well as practical issues concerning the application procedure contact Ms. Lisbeth Diinhoff, The Faculty of Engineering and Science, email: ld@adm.aau.dk ,  phone: +45 9940 9589.

For more information of The Doctoral School of Engineering and Science: www.phd.engineering.aau.dk

The application is only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button below.

AAU wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background or belief.

Agreement

Appointment and salary as a PhD fellow are according to the Ministry of Finance Circular of November 10, 2015 on the Collective Agreement for Academics in Denmark, Appendix 5, regarding PhD fellows, and with the Ministry of Finance current circular on the employment structure at Danish Universities.

Deadline: 31 October 2019
Unit: Department of Energy Technology
Read the job description and apply online

Post expires on Thursday October 31st, 2019

PhD Stipend in Stability and reliability validation of a microgrid system (14-19071)

At the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Department of Energy Technology a Ph.D. stipend is available within the general study program Energy Technology. The stipend is open for appointment from March 1, 2020, or soon hereafter.The Department of Energy Technology is an expanding department covering most fields of Energy Technology ranging from electrical energy (Power Systems, Power Electronics, and Electrical Machines) to thermal energy including Energy Systems and Fluid Mechanics and Combustion but also mechatronic systems. The department has about 300 employees – out of them are more than 125 Ph.D. students. The laboratory-facilities are world-class and the research carried out are most often in collaboration with industry.The Ph.D. stipend is a part of a research grant on REliable Power Electronic based Power System (REPEPS) from the Villum Foundation Investigator programme running from 2017 to 2023, which is awarded to Professor Frede Blaabjerg. The position is further related to the research program Efficient and Reliable Power Electronics and the Ph.D. student will be positioned to the section for Power Electronic Systems.

Job description

The overall goal is to develop new methods for ensuring reliable and safe operations of power electronic based power systems. An integrated reliability assessment tool, which can incorporate both the physical characteristics of hardware components and control software optimization at the system level, will be developed for predicting the lifetime of power electronic based power systems. New insights into the mutual interactions of power electronic converters at multiple time scales will be revealed to leverage the control effects of power electronics for power grid stabilization and protection. It is expected that between 15 to 25 researchers will be involved in REPEPS and the research environment will be very international oriented
Power electronics converters are dominating the power systems with a high-level integration of renewable energies, like wind and solar photovoltaics. In such applications, reliability and efficiency are of importance at the converter and the system levels, which can affect the cost of energy. When multiple power electronic converters are connected to the point of common coupling, interactions may appear, and thus leading to instability and failures. Many attempts have thus been made to improve those two performances, especially in large-scale power electronic-based power systems. Modeling and assessing the stability and reliability of power electronics systems are being developed, while the validation of stability and reliability has not been fully addressed so far. With the above background, this Ph.D. project will thus be focused on the stability and reliability validation of power electronics-based systems. A microgrid system will be used as the benchmark model, where the stability and reliability validation methods and/or tools should be developed. Specifically, the major objective of this position is to develop methods to validate the “stability” and “reliability” of a microgrid system, including the stability and reliability of the power electronics (converters) and the two parameters at the entire system-level. A microgrid system will be built in the lab, where experimental tests will be performed. 
Application Requirements:
Applicants should be highly motivated with the background in power electronics, modeling and control of electrical energy systems. Hardware experience with power electronics systems will be an advantage. A high proficiency in oral and written English is required. The application for enrolment must include the following: 
• Motivation letter.
• Diplomas confirming academic degrees (Bachelor and Master Degrees), and the academic transcripts.
• Curriculum vitae (including personal particulars).
• Publications (if applicable).
• Project description (4-5 pages), which describes the applicant’s initial thoughts and ideas related to the specific project applied for. This includes a brief state-of-the-art (including short list of references), a time schedule, and how the applicant intends to shed light on the project objectives.
You may obtain further information from Professor, Villum Investigator Frede Blaabjerg, Department of Energy Technology, phone: +45 21292454, email: fbl@et.aau.dk , concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

You may obtain further information from Title name, Department of name, phone: phone number, email: mailaddress concerning the scientific aspects of the stipend.

PhD stipends are allocated to individuals who hold a Master’s degree. PhD stipends are normally for a period of 3 years. It is a prerequisite for allocation of the stipend that the candidate will be enrolled as a PhD student at the Doctoral School of Engineering and Science in accordance with the regulations of Ministerial Order No. 1039 of August 27, 2013 on the PhD Programme at the Universities and Certain Higher Artistic Educational Institutions. According to the Ministerial Order, the progress of the PhD student shall be assessed every six months. It is a prerequisite for continuation of salary payment that the previous progress is approved at the time of the evaluation.

The qualifications of the applicant will be assessed by an assessment committee. On the basis of the recommendation of the assessment committee the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Science will make a decision for allocating the stipend.

For further information about stipends and salary as well as practical issues concerning the application procedure contact Ms. Lisbeth Diinhoff, The Faculty of Engineering and Science, email: ld@adm.aau.dk ,  phone: +45 9940 9589.

For more information of The Doctoral School of Engineering and Science: www.phd.engineering.aau.dk 

The application is only to be submitted online by using the “Apply online” button below.

AAU wishes to reflect the diversity of society and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background or belief.

Agreement

Appointment and salary as a PhD fellow are according to the Ministry of Finance Circular of November 10, 2015 on the Collective Agreement for Academics in Denmark, Appendix 5, regarding PhD fellows, and with the Ministry of Finance current circular on the employment structure at Danish Universities.

Deadline: 31 October 2019
Unit: Department of Energy Technology
Read the job description and apply online

Post expires on Thursday October 31st, 2019