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PhD-student in Machine Elements – Machine learning and computational tribology

Lulea

Ref 2885-2019

The Division of Machine Elements (ME) at the Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics (TVM) is a research group that enthusiastically works for a more sustainable world with a diminishing climate and environmental impact. We work to develop products and processes that are energy-efficient, preferably fossil-free and renewable. We are a large and growing group of about fifteen doctoral students and as many supervisors. In our postgraduate education (PhD@ME), we strive for the doctoral student to develop into an expert on the subject but also develop as a person and become a skilled researcher. A professional who after the doctoral degree her/himself can initiate and lead research projects within the university world or in the industry. Being a part of the research group means working in an international and creative environment with good resources and an extensive international contact network. The research group is one of the leading tribology research groups in Europe and there are good opportunities for exchanges with other groups in Europe and other parts of the world.

The activities at ME include many aspects of tribology, eg. materials tribology, lubrication and lubricants, condition monitoring, biotribology, computational tribology and tribology of machine components. The research is both of a basic research nature and of an applied character, and is often done in close cooperation with the Swedish and international industry. The group is responsible for some of the theory and project courses that are given within LTU’s engineering programs. In particular, courses are given in the Mechanical Engineering program and in the international master’s program in tribology (Tribos).

We are now looking for a doctoral student who will work on developing a completely new model, based on machine learning methodology, which will be able to help product developers choose the right material, surface treatment, lubricants etc. for the product to be as durable and energy efficient as possible.

Subject description
Machine Elements includes analysis and optimisation of components and systems based on performance, durability, energy efficiency, reliability and sustainability. Particular emphasis is placed on the field of tribology.

Project description
In the development of products and manufacturing processes, advanced simulation within structural and fluid mechanics is often used to optimize the function. Wear and friction are important parameters that affect the function. The wear makes service life shorter and friction makes the power losses to increase and the efficiency to decrease. Unfortunately, there are not as good simulation tools to predict wear and friction as, for example, strength. This is partly due to the complexity of the processes that arise between two surfaces in contact with each other but also that there are no good materials data to use in such simulations.

In this project we will develop better and more general models and materials data for wear and friction. We will develop models that can be used to calculate if wear occurs and, if so, how serious the damage will be. We will also calculate the magnitude of friction. There are many different things that affect wear and friction, eg. surface roughness, load, surface material and lubricants. It is therefore a large number of variables and it is impossible to cover all possible load cases, which are combinations of the input parameters. We will therefore build up a database where all calculated load cases are stored and we will use machine learning to train a model that is getting better the more load cases we handle. Hopefully, we will be able to automate the calculations and create thousands of load cases that can then be used in machine learning to build an artificial neural network (ANN) that easily and quickly tells about wear and friction.

In the project, you will work with other doctoral students and researchers within neighbouring research projects. Cooperation will also take place with leading experts in machine learning. You also have the opportunity to conduct your research for a few months at another university or at a company.

Qualifications
Applicants must have an MSc degree in Engineering or Natural Sciences, for example, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Physics, Engineering Mathematics, Materials Science or equivalent. Very good skills in oral and written communication in English is also a requirement.

The following selection criteria apply: 

  • Knowledge relevant to the project in question,
  • Personal qualities relevant to research
  • Quality of Master’s Thesis

Predicted that the qualifications are equal, the underrepresented gender (currently female) will be given priority in this recruitment.

Information
For further information, you are welcome to contact the supervisor group, Chair Professor Roland Larsson, +46-920-491325, roland.larsson@ltu.se and Professor Andreas Almqvist, +46-920-492407, andreas.almqvist@ltu.se

Union representatives, SACO – Christer Gardelli, +46 920 49 1809, christer.gardelli@ltu.se OFR – Lars Frisk, +46 920 49 1792, lars.frisk@ltu.se

Luleå University of Technology is actively working for equality and diversity that contributes to a creative study- and work environment. The University’s core values are based on respect, openness, cooperation, trust and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a CV, personal letter and copies of verified diplomas from high school and universities. Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Reference number: 2885-2019

Last day for application: 15 September 2019

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PhD positions in History

Lulea

Ref 1461-2019

The history unit at Luleå University of technology is along with economics, jurisprudence and political science, part of the Division of Social Sciences. The Division currently have a 50-stron staff, including 15 PhD-students.

History research at Luleå University of technology is focused areas related to environmental, energy and natural resources issues. Part of the research is also focused on history of technology and issues such as how technical achievements has influenced societal developments and created large scale interacting systems of technologies during the industrialization phase. Other profile areas include mobility- and minority issues, ethnicity and migration. Furthermore, research in political history and the history of the work life is also undertaken at the unit. The unit’s research is usually conducted in a multi-disciplinary environment together with economists, political scientists, legal scholars and engineers. The unit strives to have a clear international focus on its PhD-program and research.

The history unit is currently expanding and therefore three PhD-positions is announced with the aim of strengthening and further developing the unit’s activities and environment. The PhD-projects must time wise cover issues in modern time and be aligned with the history subjects profile at Luleå University of technology.

Subject description
History is the study of humans as social beings with an emphasis on the development, organisation and change of societies over time. The research specializes in the examination of the history of technology at the interface of natural resources, humans and the environment. This includes both how technology has had an impact on humans and society, and how humans have influenced the development of technology.

Duties
The doctoral student position involves both theoretical and practical work, with the aim of completing a PhD degree. The PhD-candidate is trained in scientific work in the form of studies and publishing of scientific articles in journals and presentations at national and international conferences. The PhD-candidate also will take compulsory and optional doctoral courses that will contribute to your doctoral studies. The work is done both independently and under supervision. It is therefore important that you are self-motivated, able to constructively drive your work forward, and have the ability to identify, define and formulate historical problems, to develop scientifically and personally based on feedback. Work tasks may also include teaching in undergraduate education. The right candidate will also have opportunity to be part of developing the unit’s general activities. The may involve some travelling in conjunction with study- and conference trips.

Qualifications
The applicant must generally have a Master´s degree of which at least one year (equivalent of 60Hp) at the advanced level. Specifically eligible applicant must have:

  • At least 2 years (equivalent of 120 Hp) of history of which at least 30 Hp including a final thesis work of at least 15 Hp on advanced level or equivalent.
  • Very strong communicative skills in English, both verbally and in writing.
  • Knowledge of Swedish, both verbally and in writing is advantageous.

The following selection criteria applies: The selection of successful candidates will be based on his/hers ability to fulfill the requirement of the PhD-program. The selection will be based on presented merits regarding the candidates critical- and analytical skills regarding scientific production. In conjunction with applying for the positions the candidate must append a research plan of 5 pages, outlining the candidates proposed research problem/area. The plan must include the purpose and research question(s) and a sketch of how the research will be undertaken. The research plans relevance visavi the history unit´s profile and it´s feasibility will be another selection criterial.

For further information about the PhD-program, please consult, Studieplaner för forskarutbildning inom filosofisk fakultet

Information
Employment as a PhD student is limited to four years. Teaching and other departmental duties, up to a maximum of 20%, may be additional to this time. The place of employment is Luleå.

For further information about the position, please contact: Chaired Professor Dag Avango, email: dag.avango@ltu.se or Division Head Jerry Blomberg, phone: +46 920 492335, email: jerry.blomberg@ltu.se

Union representative: SACO-S Christer Gardelli, +46 920 49 1809, christer.gardelli@ltu.se, or OFR-S Lars Frisk, +46 920 49 1792, lars.frisk@ltu.se

Luleå University of Technology works actively with gender equality and diversity that contribute to a creative study and work environment. The University’s values ​​are based on respect, trust, openness and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for the position via the application button below, where you attach a personal letter, CV, copies of verified diplomas, your research plan and references. Also attach your Master thesis when applying. Please mark your application with the reference number below. Both the application and the diploma must be written in Swedish or English.

Referensnummer: 1461-2019
Sista ansökningsdag:
 September 15, 2019

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PhD Student in Entrepreneurship and Innovation – Business model innovation and cross-border collaboration for SME growth

Lulea

Ref 2436-2019

The Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Science at Luleå University of Technology (LTU) consists of 13 research subjects, including Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The research topic was established in 2006 at LTU and hosts today about 20 academics with a broad competence base. Our goal is to be an international center for the development and dissemination of future ideas in entrepreneurship and innovation. Entrepreneurship and innovation include organizational development with a particular focus on business development based on innovative products, services and production solutions, as well as ways to manage and organize operations. The research group collaborates with large national and international companies, small and medium-sized companies (SMEs), policy makers and other research groups. Research results are produced in close cooperation with industry and other actors. In order to strengthen our research within business model innovation, we are now looking for a doctoral student.

Subject description
Entrepreneurship and Innovation comprises organizational development with a specific focus on firm development based on innovative products, services, production solutions or management modes.

Project description
We are now looking for a PhD student for a project focusing on international business development through cross-border collaboration, business model innovation and digitization. The project aims to develop the ability of Swedish and Finish small and medium sized companies and their global partners to commercialize digital business model innovations on a global market. The project group comprises researchers and companies from Sweden and Finland. A significant part of the project is focused on addressing business needs by mapping out challenges and shortcomings and proposing methods for improvement. The project also includes creating a basis for industrial development and communicating this with participating companies through workshops, training courses, manuals and academic publications.

Duties
A PhD position involves being part of a research group where you, in collaboration with others conduct scientific work. It includes collecting and analyzing data, and writing scientific articles, together with others in the research group and individually. The scientific work for this PhD student position will be conducted within the above-described project, and the PhD student will be responsible for relationship building and interaction with industrial partners. A PhD student position also involves participate in research courses, presenting research nationally and internationally, and participating in seminar activities within the research group. 

Qualifications
We are looking for a candidate who preferably has a master’s degree in business administration or in industrial engineering and management or equivalent. You have a strong interest in the research project described above. The position requires good knowledge of oral and written communication in English. Good knowledge of the Swedish language is a merit. At the same time as the position requires good ability to work closely with the rest of the project group, it also requires a strong own drive to be able to independently plan and manage one’s own work and be responsible for carrying out tasks within given time frames. Being a PhD student is about developing new knowledge and therefore creativity and ability to handle uncertainty and ambiguity is needed. The industrial nature of the research project with many partner companies requires that you have high social skills and are good at managing different stakeholders’ expectations.

For further information about a specific PhD education see;
General curricula for the Board of the faculty of humanities and social sciences

Information
Employment as a PhD student is limited to 4 years, teaching and other department duties may be added with max 20%.

For further information about the position, please contact; Wiebke Reim, +46 920-49 2079, wiebke.reim@ltu.se, David Sjödin, +46 920-49 1819, david.sjodin@ltu.se and Vinit Parida, +46 920-49 2469, vinit.parida@ltu.se

Union representatives: SACO-S Christer Gardelli, +46 920-49 1809 christer.gardelli@ltu.se and OFR-S Lars Frisk, + 46 920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

Luleå University of Technology is actively working on equality and diversity that contributes to a creative study- and work environment. The University’s core values are based on respect, trust, openness and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a personal letter reflecting on the topic of the project (about 1 – 2 A4 pages) and why you are a suitable doctoral student for this project. CV/qualifications. Copies of verified diplomas from high school and universities. An essay / report /master thesis or other text that you have written that shows your scientific competence. Mark your application with the reference number below. Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish.

Reference number: 2439-2019
Last day of application:
August, 10 2019

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Post expires on Saturday August 10th, 2019

Postdoctor in Biochemical Process Engineering

Lulea

Ref 2113-2019

– With a specialization in the use of Microbial Electrosynthesis (MES systems) for the conversion of CO2 to chemicals and fuels

The research group in Biochemical Process Engineering focuses on the development of biochemical (Green Chemistry) processes for the production and refinement of chemicals and fuels from CO2, either captured before it is emitted to the atmosphere (non-biomass route) or by recovering it from the atmosphere via photosynthesis in the form of biomass (biomass route).The research topic consists of 10 senior researchers and several doctoral students and is part of the Department of Civil and Natural Resources Engineering with approximately 350 employees.

Project description
We are looking for a Postdoc in Biochemical Process Engineering with specialization in the use of microbial electrosynthesis systems for the conversion of CO2 to chemicals. The work will be conducted within the projects: “Electricity-driven microbial symbiosis for the production of complex CO2-neutral chemicals” and “Boosting microbial Electrosynthesis of chemicals from carbon dioxide via biofabrication of cAthode Materials”. Both projects are financed by the Swedish Research Council.

Duties
As a Postdoc you will be responsible to plan, organize and perform the experimental work to achieve the goals set within the two projects. You will also be responsible to analyze the experimental data and present them in peer-review scientific publications. As postdoc, you will be expected to participate in the supervision of PhD students. More specifically, you will work and optimize microbial electrosynthesis process of CO2 conversion to chemicals and also develop bioprinting of artificial conductive biofilms.

Qualifications
To be qualified for this position, the applicant must have a PhD degree in Biotechnology, Microbiology or relevant field. Priority will be given to candidates who have completed their doctorate within three years before the application deadline. A strong background in the area of microbial electrosynthesis is required. This should be documented in peer-reviewed scientific publications.

The successful candidate for this position is a highly-motivated person with a great aptitude for research, a strong intellect and disciplined work habits. You should be able to work well both independently and as a part of a team. Good observational and communication skills are essential. In addition, you should have a good level of English, both spoken and written.

InformationThe position includes a fulltime fixed-term employment for 2 years. We hope to be able to requite someone as soon as possible, preferable by September 2019.

For further information, please contact:
Professor Paul Christakopoulos, paul.christakopoulos@ltu.se

Union representatives:
SACO-S Christer Gardelli, +46920-49 18 09 christer.gardelli@ltu.se
OFR-S Lars Frisk, +46920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

Luleå University of Technology is actively working on equality and diversity that contributes to a creative study- and work environment. The University’s core values are based on respect, openness, cooperation, trust and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

APPLICATION
The application should include a CV, personal letter and copies of verified diplomas from high school and universities. Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Final day to apply: July 31 2019
Reference number: LTU-2113-2019

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Post expires on Wednesday July 31st, 2019

Phd-student Position in Machine Elements

Lulea

Ref 2345-2019

The research subject Machine Elements belongs to the Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics (TVM) at Luleå University of Technology (LTU). The research within the field of Machine Elements is mainly focused on tribology and its applications. The research group consists of more than 30 researchers and doctoral students and is one of the leading tribology research groups in Europe. Activities include many aspects of tribology, e.g. materials tribology, lubrication and lubricants, condition monitoring, biotribology, computational tribology and machine component tribology. The research is both of fundamental and applied in nature and is often carried out in close cooperation with Swedish and international industry.

The group is responsible for theoretical and project courses taught in the university’s Master of Science, Bachelor of Science and Master’s programs. Most of the teaching is within the Mechanical Engineering program and the Erasmus Mundus Masters program in tribology (TRIBOS).

See the group’s webpage on http://www.ltu.se/research/subjects/Maskinelement?l=en.

We are currently seeking a PhD-student that can help us to further develop research within the field of Machine Elements.

SUBJECT DESCRIPTION
Machine Elements comprises the analysis and optimization of machine components and component systems to enhance performance, longevity, energy-efficiency and reliability and to reduce environmental impact. Particular emphasis is placed on issues in the field of tribology.

PROJECTDESCIRIPTION
The project is about developing and applying self-powered sensors for tribological applications. A sensor that produces its own power has a large role to play in the advancement of wearables, Internet of Things, Industry 4.0 etc. The focus in this project is to apply this technology on machine components to give information about the operation. This could be general machine health as well as specific fault and failure signals. The aim of the project is to develop knowledge and understanding of the relationship between tribological signals and machine components working status.

The PhD studies are 4 year, fulltime. Administration and/or teaching up to maximum 20% may be added. 

QUALIFICATIONS
Applicants must have a master’s degree in science or engineering (Materials science, mechanical engineering, etc.), or equivalent.  Good skills in oral and written communication in English is also a requirement.

The following selection criteria apply:

  • Background relevant to the project in question,
  • The quality of the applicant’s master thesis,
  • Personal qualities relevant to research education

Currently we are most men in the research field. Given that the qualifications are equal, the underrepresented gender will be given priority in this recruitment.

For further information about a specific subject see; General curricula for the Board of the faculty of science and technology

INFORMATION
For further information, you are welcome to contact:
Associate Professor Yijun Shi, +46-(0)920-492064, yijun.shi@ltu.se.
Professor Pär Marklund, +46-(0)920-492415, Par.Marklund@ltu.se .
Senior lecturer Marcus Björling, +46-(0)920-491281, marcus.bjorling@ltu.se .

Union representatives:
SACO – Christer Gardelli, christer.gardelli@ltu.se +46 920-491809
OFR – Lars Frisk, lars.frisk@ltu.se +46 920-491792

Luleå University of Technology is actively working on equality and diversity that contributes to a creative study- and work environment. The University’s core values ​​are based on respect, openness, cooperation, trust and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

APPLICATION
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a CV, personal letter and copies of verified diplomas from high school and universities. Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Reference number: 2345-2019

Final day to apply: 9 August 2019

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Post expires on Friday August 9th, 2019

Postdoctoral Researcher in Industrial Design

Lulea

Ref 2117-2019

Industrial design belongs to the Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Sciences, ETS. The department has leading activities in economics, work sciences, innovation, natural resources, environmental and energy sciences. The department has approximately 200 employees and conducts research within 12 research topics distributed among three divisions, where the subject Industrial design is part of the Division of Humans and Technology. At the department, technical and social science courses are conducted within a large number of educational programs.

The subject Industrial Design is responsible for education at undergraduate and advanced levels, and focuses on developing future products, communications, services, environments and systems based on people’s physiological, social and cultural conditions. We see design as a transforming activity and discipline, which creates sustainable, ethical and inclusive experiences, artefacts and services, based upon deep insights into challenges, situations and users. Through a curious, creative and critical approach, we create the necessary conditions to meet the needs of industry, society and academia. We are now recruiting several positions in the subject of Industrial design with the aim of strengthening and further developing our activities and environment in order to meet new requirements in research, innovation, teaching and collaboration.

Subject description
Industrial design includes theories and methods for designing products, services, communication and environments based on people’s physiological, social and cultural conditions.

Position description
For the subject Industrial design, we are recruiting a postdoctoral researcher in the field of sustainable design and user behaviour. The research project aims to explore how knowledge about design, interaction and user experience can be used to create products and services that support sustainable user behaviour. Specifically, we are interested in how products and services can be designed to create interactions through e.g. nudging, where sustainable behaviours are facilitated and supported by design. You will work in a team with researchers in interaction, service and product design. The research will be done in close relation to education and society. As an applicant, you are invited to submit a preliminary idea outlining a research focus which suits your interests and competence.

Duties
In this position, research and development of research activities in the field are the main tasks. This includes:

– Developing and conducting research and communicating the results through academic and/or artistic publications,

– Being active in the research community and following the international development within the subject area.

– Collaborating with relevant companies and organizations, researchers and partners, within and outside the university.

– Contributing to applying for external research funding to the subject area.

Qualifications
To be qualified, the applicant must have a doctoral degree or equivalent foreign degree in industrial design or other relevant design area. The successful applicant has preferably completed his or her doctoral degree no more than three years before the application deadline.

You must have:

– Very good knowledge of English, in speech and writing, and otherwise good collaboration and communication skills.

– Good national and international level as a researcher, where the requirement for international merit is to be assessed with regard to the subject’s character and tradition.

– Good pedagogical ability, which means good ability to conduct, develop and lead teaching and other pedagogical activities at different levels and with varying teaching methods.

– Ability to participate in supervision of doctoral students in doctoral studies.

– Ability to interact with the surrounding society and research community and to inform about their activities.

– Good leadership abilities and administrative skills.

Experience within the following is a merit:

– Proven ability to successfully apply for and carry out externally funded research projects.

Information
The postdoctoral position is a fulltime temporary employment for two years. The position start as soon as possible.

For further information about the position, please contact: Professor Anders Warell, +46 72 224 0123, anders.warell@ltu.se, or Head of Division Jörgen Normark, +46 920 491480, jorgen.normark@ltu.se.

Union representatives: SACO-S Christer Gardelli, +46 920 49 38 80, Christer.Gardelli@ltu.se or OFR-S Lars Frisk, Lars.Frisk@ltu.se, +46 920 49 17 92.

Luleå University of Technology works actively with gender equality and diversity that contribute to a creative study and work environment. The University’s values are based on respect, trust, openness and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for the position via the application button below, where you attach a personal letter, CV and copies of verified diplomas. Please mark your application with the reference number below. Both the application and the diploma must be written in Swedish or English.

Referensnummer:
2117-2019 

Final day to apply: July 31, 2019

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Post expires on Wednesday July 31st, 2019

PhD Position in Control Engineering, Aerial Robotics Lulea

Ref 2150-2019

The Control Engineering group at the department of Computer Science and Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, is now looking for one PhD student contributing to our growing activities in the area of aerial robotics.

The candidate will be part of a strong research team with expertise in aerial robotics and will have the pleasure to work in multiple European and National research projects in Robotics, while contributing to the vision and goals of the group. Among the currently active projects, the candidate will have the ability to work under the Horizon 2020 project “SIMS” with a special focus on Aerial Robotics for Mining.

Subject description
Control Engineering comprises the analysis, design, optimisation and implementation of autonomous control systems.

Research topics
Characteristic research topics will focus on, but not be limited to, the following areas: 

  • Inspection robotics
  • Optimal control synthesis for robotic locomotion
  • Path planning and feasible trajectory identification
  • Collaborative SLAM
  • Cooperative Task allocation, scheduling and planning
  • Safe and robust navigation for aerial and ground robots in featureless or reduced feature environments
  • Field robotics demonstration of the corresponding research topics outcomes

Qualifications
To be qualified for the position, the applicant must have a MSc degree in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering or related subject. The research tasks require a solid mathematical background with proven advanced experimental capabilities and excellent programming skills (e.g. LabVIEW, MATLAB, C++, ROS etc.), knowledge of basic control algorithms and proven experimental capabilities. The candidate should have a strong vision to evaluate and demonstrate the research findings in real life operating conditions, in an approach to close the gap between pure theory and experimental verifications.

For further information about a specific subject see; General curricula for the Board of the faculty of science and technology

Tasks
The candidate will perform research with substantial experimental components that should be published in peer-reviewed international journals and at major impact international conferences. The position will include supervision of MSc students, teaching and support in acquiring funds for future research projects from research funding agencies/councils, EU framework program or industry. The candidate will need to represent the group in different contexts, both in Sweden and abroad, and hence have excellent skills in English.

Information
For further information please contact Professor George Nikolakopoulos +46 920 491298, geonik@ltu.se

Union representatives: SACO-S Christer Gardelli Christer.Gardelli@ltu.se , +46 (0)920-491809, OFR- Lars Frisk, Lars.Frisk@ltu.se +46 (0)920-491792

Luleå University of Technology is actively working on equality and diversity that contributes to a creative study- and work environment. The University’s core values are based on respect, openness, cooperation, trust and responsibility.

In case of different interpretations of the English and Swedish versions of this announcement, the Swedish version takes precedence.

Application
We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include: CV, reference list (2-3 contacts), personal letter highlighting past accomplishments and future research plans, Copies of verified diplomas from universities.  Your application, including diplomas, must be written in English or Swedish. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Final day to apply: 20 August, 2019
Reference number: LTU-2150-2019

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Post expires on Tuesday August 20th, 2019