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Post Doctor position in Exploration geophysics Lulea

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Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.

We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.


We are recruiting a Post Doctor for a research project funded by ERAMIN2 on geophysical/geological modelling in selected areas of Sweden, Finland and Greenland. Take the opportunity to work in interdisciplinary, dynamic, international research environment in close collaboration with industry and leading universities worldwide.

Subject description
Exploration geophysics is a subject based on the laws and methods of physics, which in combination with geological information can be used to locate natural resources such as mineral deposits, hydrocarbon and water. The focus of research is on the development of geophysical methods for exploration of mineral deposits.

Project description
Mineral deposits are a small part of a very large geological context, the so-called mineral system.  The first objective of D-Rex is to build onto this new paradigm with geophysical data from three prospective areas in Sweden, Greenland and Finland. Therefore, the second objective of D-Rex is the integration of multi-facetted geophysical data acquired at those prospective areas. The third objective of D-Rex is the unification, optimum integration and visualization of geological and geophysical data on the basis of the Common Earth Modelling (CEM) concept. Key element of the project involves: Electromagnetic (deposit scale) surveys; Development of multimethod 3D modelling/inversion technique; Joint inversion assisted by machine learning techniques to couple different geophysical parameters, to uncover correlations between them as well as their absence; Regional to deposit scale models integration into Common Earth Model based on all available geophysical and geological data; Building predictivity maps based on the regional models; Correlation and interpretation of regional scale together with deposit scale models.

Duties
The position responsibilities include several aspects including both field work and theoretical/development work as well as communicate your results at national and international conferences and in scientific journals. The big part of your working time will be devoted to project and data management and commuting with partners. You will work primarily with geophysical data but with focus on integration/interchange with geological information from the parallel ore geology studies (e.g. field work, drill core logging and structural analysis). 3D geophysical data modelling/inversion is a key focus of this position.  The candidate will work on development and extending our MR3Dmod modelling/inversion framework as well as integrate with available commercial software (GOCAD, etc.). Laboratory work on petrophysical property estimation shall be performed in order to constrain the modelling.

In addition, you will have to teacher courses as well as co-supervise PhD students. As a researcher, you work as a neutral party in many contexts, which provides a great opportunity to be involved in challenging development projects.

Qualifications
Applicants must have excellent academic credentials and recently completed PhD or equivalent degree in geophysics, mathematics, physics, geology or other relevant subject.  In the first instance, the person who has completed a doctoral degree no more than 3 years before the end of the employment period will be considered. Good understanding of theory and numerical methods used in modelling and inversion is required. Experience in software development (Matlab and Python in particular) and management of large data sets is important. Experience in geologically constraint inversion and modeling of geophysical data is an advantage. Geological and geophysical modelling will be important parts of the study and therefore experience from ore geology, structural geology and geological 3D-4D modelling with GoCAD or equivalent is a merit. You are expected to work in a team and are open to collaborate with colleagues and external partners. Fluent written and spoken English is required.

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

Most employees in the research subject exploration geophysics are currently men therefore provided that the qualifications are the same, the underrepresented gender will be given priority.

Further information
Employment is limited to 3 years, teaching and other department duties are included with max 20%. Position should start 2021 as soon as suitable candidate is found.

For further information about the position, please contact: Dr. Maxim Smirnov, Associate Professor in Exploration Geophysics, +46 920 49 3413, maxim.smirnov@ltu.se

Union representatives:
SACO-S Kjell Johansson, 0920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se
OFR-S Lars Frisk, 0920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

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

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Reference number: 4446-2020Last day of application: January 30 2021

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Post-doctoral Fellow in “Dependable Industrial Automation, Artificial Intelligence and Embedded Computing” Lulea

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Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.

We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.

The Chair of Dependable Computation and Communication (DCC) Systems belongs to the Luleå University of Technology Division of Computer Science. The research activities at DCC focus mainly on various aspects of modern industrial computing; such as design and validation of industrial control and automation systems, simulation and verification and dependable communication.

We are especially active in such areas as novel algorithms and knowledge models for artificial intelligence (Prof. E. Osipov), system and software engineering for future industrial automation systems (Prof. V. Vyatkin, Dr S.Patil), efficient and dependable embedded computations (Prof. P. Lindgren) and automation of energy systems and datacenters (Prof. V. Vyatkin, Dr C.-W. Yang). 

DCC group operates a unique laboratory “Factory in the Room” that is used in research projects on future automation architectures for factories of the future. The laboratory combines models of flexible production systems integrated with industrial robots and cobots, and with the building automation and energy infrastructure.  The laboratory is equipped with 5G access point and puts a special emphasis on the impact of wireless communication technologies enabling flexibility of industrial processes.

The postdoctoral position is open for research related to one of the key topics of DCC. It is expected that the candidate will strongly contribute to research, publication and pedagogical activities, and will explore the wide industrial and research contacts of DCC towards future collaborative research projects, both national and international.

Qualifications
For this position, a PhD in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, industrial automation, or a similar topic is required. Experience of a potential candidate in such priority areas, as industrial automation software architectures and Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, formal models of computation, will be highly appreciated.

All candidates fulfilling the requirements are encouraged to apply, but priority will be given to candidates who have completed their PhD within three years prior to the application deadline. Applicants who are very close to finishing their PhD program are also encouraged to apply, subject to holding the degree before commencing work.

Information
The position is for 1 year, with possible for 1 year extension.

For further information about the position, please contact Professor Valeriy Vyatkin, valeriy.vyatkin@ltu.se,  +46(0)920 492505 (between 10-16 CET; Mon-Fri)

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson +46(0)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se OFR-S Lars Frisk, +46(0)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

About the research groups in Chair for Dependable Computation and Communications

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Final day to apply: 10 February 2021
Reference number: 4211-2020

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Two PhD Students in Robotics and AI Lulea

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Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.

We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.


The Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (RAI) (www.ltu.se/robotics) subject at the department of Computer Science and Electrical and Space Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, is now looking for two PhD students contributing to our growing activities. The RAI team is conducting fundamental research in all the aspects of robotics with a specific focus on aerial, space and bioinspired robotics. The vision of RAI is aiming in closing the gap from theory to real life, while the team has a strong expertise in field robotics. Specific application areas of focus are robotics for mines, aerial inspection of aging infrastructure, multi-robotic search and rescue, multi sensorial fusion and multirobot coordination, including multirobot perception, decentralization and mission execution. The RAI team has a strong European participation in multiple R&D&I projects, while RAI is also participating in the DARPA SUB-T challenge with the CoSTAR Team lead by NASA/JPL (https://costar.jpl.nasa.gov/) and has an R&D research agenda with HONDA Research Institute in Japan (https://www.jp.honda-ri.com/en/).

Research topics
The PhD candidates will be working in the field of aerial robotics and their activities will be linked with European R&D Projects and the SubT challenge in the general field of multi-vehicle collaborative perception and exploration of unknown and non-structured areas (Tunnels, Urban and Caves).

The research topic is in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. More specifically, the position will involve dense research activities in the area of designing, experimenting and theoretical control development in the area of UAVs. The specific two research topics include:

Research Topic #1 AI and Motion planning Robotics

  • Reinforcement learning for collaborative multi robot team deployment
  • Advanced AI for mission planner for team of hybrid robots
  • Deep learning for localization
  • Multi sensor fusion framework
  • Motion planning for dynamic and uncertain environments
  • Multi-Robot global/local motion planning
  • Exploration of unknown and unstructured environments
  • Proactive & Reactive Obstacle Avoidance
  • Robot interaction and collaboration between different types of robots 

Research Topic #2 Perception based Robotics

  • Collaborative vision for robotics
  • Collaborative Mapping and Exploration
  • Simultaneous localization, path planning and exploration
  • Multi-Modal Mapping
  • Multi Session Mapping
  • Multi robot cooperative object detection
  • Real-time perception systems for guidance and control

Qualifications
To be qualified for the position, the applicant must have a MSc degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science or related subject. The candidate will need to represent the group in different occasions, both in Sweden and world-wide. Perfect scientific skills with excellence in real life experimentation, as well as very good communication skills are considered as a strong plus.

Tasks
The candidate will perform research with substantial theoretical and experimental components that should be published in peer-reviewed major international journals and at major conferences. The position will include supervision of MSc and to assist in grant applications from research funding agencies/councils, the EU framework program or the industry. The position might also involve teaching assistance, seminars and presentations.

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

Union representatives:  SACO-S Kjell Johansson kjell.johansson@ltu.se +46 (0)920-491529, OFR-S Lars Frisk, Lars.Frisk@ltu.se +46 (0)920-491792
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We prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a CV with a full description of all the scientific merits of the candidate, motivation letter, list of 2 persons that could provide recommendation for the candidate and copies of verified and translated diplomas from high school and universities. Your application must be written in English. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Final day to apply: February 15th 2021
Reference number: 61-2021

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Post-doctoral position in “Future Industrial Automation Engineering”

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Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.

We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.

The Chair of Dependable Computation and Communication (DCC) Systems belongs to the LTU Division of Computer Science. The research activities at DCC focus mainly on various aspects of modern industrial computing; such as system-level design and validation of industrial control and automation systems, simulation and verification and dependable communication.

DCC group operates a unique laboratory “Factory in the Room” that is used in research projects on future automation architectures for factories of the future. The laboratory combines models of flexible production systems integrated with industrial robots and cobots, and with the building automation and energy infrastructure.  The laboratory is equipped with 5G access point and puts a special emphasis on the impact of wireless communication technologies enabling flexibility of industrial processes.

The postdoctoral position is open for research related to novel distributed computing architectures for future industrial automation systems and will be centred around the “Factory in the Room” laboratory. It is expected that the candidate will consolidate various ongoing projects done in the laboratory and will lead the relevant publication activity and explore wide industrial and research contacts of DCC towards future collaborative research projects, both national and international.

Qualifications
For this position a PhD in computer science, electrical and computer engineering, industrial automation, or a similar topic is required. Experience of a potential candidate in such priority areas, as industrial automation software, e.g. multi-agent architectures, flexible production systems, service-oriented architecture, Internet of Things, Semantic Web, IEC 61499, distributed programming languages, simulation in the loop, advanced software engineering concepts, formal methods and models, will be highly appreciated.

All candidates fulfilling the requirements are encouraged to apply, but priority will be given to candidates who have completed their PhD within three years prior to the application deadline. Applicants who are very close to finishing their PhD program are also encouraged to apply, subject to holding the degree before commencing work.

Information
The position is for 1 year, with possible for 1 year extension.

For further information about the position, please contact Professor Valeriy Vyatkin, valeriy.vyatkin@ltu.se,+46(0)920 492505 (between 10-16 CET; Mon-Fri)

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson +(0)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se OFR-S Lars Frisk, (+46)920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

About the research groups in Chair for Dependable Computation and Communications
About the university 

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

ApplicationWe prefer that you apply for this position by clicking on the link below. The application should include a letter of motivation outlining experience and research interests, CV, publication list and names and addresses of 3 references and copies of relevant university diplomas. Enclose a statement of purpose and the scientific work which the applicant primarily wants to use as support for his/her application. Your application must be written in English. Mark your application with the reference number below.

Final day to apply: 10 February, 2021
Reference number: 4217-2020

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Post expires on Wednesday February 10th, 2021

PhD Student in Chemistry of Interfaces Lulea

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Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.

We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.


The Division of Chemical Engineering, Luleå University of Technology are searching for a PhD within the research subject Chemistry of Interfaces with a research focus on synthesis and characterizations of fluorine-free ionic liquids-based electrolytes for batteries.

Subject description
Chemistry of Interfaces deals with both experimental and theoretical aspects of the heterogeneous processes that occur at interfaces between liquid, solid and gas phases, as well as with the development of novel surface-sensitive analytical techniques for studying these processes at the molecular level.

Project description
Conventional lithium-ion battery electrolytes are solutions of fluorinated lithium salts dissolved in organic solvents. Such electrolytes have a number of drawbacks including toxicity, risk of leakage, high flammability, high vapour pressure, and low thermal and electrochemical stabilities. There is therefore an urgent need to replace these with non-flammable and fluorine-free alternatives in order to improve both safety and performance. Ionic liquids are salts that are liquids at or below 100 °C and possess a number of unique properties such as non-volatility, non-flammability, high thermal stability, high ionic conductivity, high chemical and electrochemical stability and functional designability. Due to this, ionic liquids are considered as a suitable component for future electrolytes. However, most commercially available ionic liquids contain fluorinated anions making them less environmentally benign, expensive and cumbersome to produce and also problematic in the battery recycling stage. Therefore, development of new fluorine-free ionic liquids-based electrolytes is highly desirable.

The project is a collaboration between the Chemistry of Interfaces research group at the Division of Chemical Engineering, Luleå University of Technology and the Division for Condensed Matter Physics, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg.

Duties
The main focus is to design, synthesize and characterize fluorine-free ionic liquids-based electrolytes. The target is to start from readily available, economic and green materials using benign synthetic procedures. The resulting ionic liquids-based electrolytes will be characterized using multinuclear NMR, FTIR, and Raman spectroscopic techniques. In addition, physicochemical properties such as density, viscosity, thermal behaviour, and ionic conductivity, together with electrochemical stability and battery performance will be measured. Some of the experiments will be carried out at the Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg.

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

Qualifications
In order to be eligible, you must have a master degree in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering and a good knowledge of and experience in organic synthesis and physicochemical characterization. The candidate should be very good in written and spoken English. Experience in synthesis of ionic liquids and characterization is considered as an advantage.

Further information
Full-time fixed-term employment for four years (up to a maximum five years). Department duties (such as teaching) up to 20 % of fulltime may be included. Location is Luleå, Sweden.

For further information please contact;
Associate Professor Faiz Ullah Shah (faisha@ltu.se), Chemistry of Interfaces, Luleå University of Technology  
Professor Patrik Johansson (patrik.johansson@chalmers.se), Division for Condensed Matter Physics, Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology.

Union representatives:
SACO-S Kjell Johansson (+46)920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se  
OFR-S Lars Frisk, 0920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

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Reference number: 4449-2020Last day of application: January 31, 2021

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Doctoral student in Electric Power Engineering

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– Electric vehicle charging impact on waveform distortion in different types of low voltage networks

Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.

Electric Power Engineering in Skellefteå, Sweden, is a very successful group at Luleå University of Technology led by Professor Math Bollen and associate Professor Sarah Rönnberg.

The current research areas for the group are: power quality in low, medium and high-voltage networks; integration of renewable power generation, smart grids and electricity markets, and integration of electro mobility. The group has a good national and international reputation for its leading research.

The group currently consists of a chaired professor, two more professors, three other senior researchers, two research engineers and 18 doctoral students.

More information about the research group: Electrical power engineering at Luleå University of Technology

Subject description
The research subject Electric Power Engineering includes the study of sustainable systems for electricity generation, transport of electrical energy and the interaction between power grids, power generation and electricity use.

Project description
We are looking for a doctoral student for a project regarding how electric vehicle charging impacts waveform distortion in different types of low voltage networks. The project is funded by the Swedish Energy Agency.

The project aims to study changes in the waveform distortion in different types of low-voltage networks due to large-scale connection of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Stochastic methods will be developed to map and study different types of interaction between vehicle charging and existing load for different network configurations. The studies will include the frequency range up to 150 kHz, i.e. harmonics, interharmonics and supraharmonics. The hosting capacity method will be used to compare the effect on the waveform distortion against other types of impacts.

Duties
The project will be conducted by a PhD student, together with supervisors and technical support personnel.

The doctoral program will result in a PhD degree after the equivalent of four years of full time graduate studies. Departmental duties of up to 20% of full-time (usually in the form of teaching and administrative work) will be included in the duties in addition to the graduate program.

Place of employment: Skellefteå

Qualifications
In order to be eligible you must have an MSc or equivalent technical degree with specialization appropriate for research in electrical power engineering such as electrical engineering, electronics, energy, engineering physics or similar areas. Alternatively, an individual fulfills the general eligibility requirements for the third-cycle educational program when he or she 1) has completed a second-cycle degree, 2) has completed higher education courses worth at least 240 credits, of which at least 60 are for second-cycle courses, or 3) in some other manner, in this country or abroad, has acquired the equivalent qualifications courses in electrical engineering. Advanced knowledge of written and spoken English is required. Previous experience in research, development or research-oriented education in a subject relevant to the tasks is considered a merit. In addition, ability to contribute to the education done by the group (in Swedish) is regarded meriting.

For further information on specific doctoral education, see; General curricula for the Board of the faculty of science and technology 

Information
For further information, please contact: Associate Professor Sarah Rönnberg, sarah.ronnberg@ltu.se

Union representatives:
SACO-S Kjell Johansson 0920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se
OFR-S Lars Frisk, 0920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

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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: 4354-2020
Deadline for applications: 29 January 2021

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Post expires on Friday January 29th, 2021

Postdoctoral researcher in Entrepreneurship and Innovation – Business models for the circular economy Lulea

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Luleå University of Technology is experiencing strong growth with world leading competence in several areas of research. Our research is conducted in close collaboration with industries such as Bosch, Ericsson, Scania, LKAB, SKF and leading international universities. Luleå University of Technology has a total turnover of SEK 1.8 billion per year. We currently have 1,700 employees and 15,100 students.

We shape the future through innovative education and groundbreaking research. Drawing on our location in the Arctic region, we create global societal benefit.

The research subject 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.

Project description
We are now looking for a postdoctoral researcher for an ongoing project focusing on business model innovation facilitating circular economy. The project aim is to develop the ability of SMEs and their partners to commercialize circular business models to increase the utilization of their side-streams. The project involves researchers from Sweden, Finland, Norway as well as Ireland A significant part of the project is focused on addressing business needs by mapping out challenges, proposing methods for improvement and facilitating the implementation of the proposed methods. Thus, the project work will be conducted in close cooperation with SMEs and drive their growth and development.

Duties
A postdoctoral researcher 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 high impact scientific articles, together with others in the research group and individually. We expect the post-doc to target publications in journals on level 3 and 4 in the ABS journal guide. The scientific work for this position will be conducted within the above-described project, and the postdoctoral researcher will be responsible for relationship building and interaction with industrial partners. The position also involves presenting research nationally and internationally, and participating in seminar activities within the research group. Departmental duties such as teaching can also be included but main focus is on research tasks.

Qualifications
We are looking for a candidate who has a PhD, preferably within business administration or industrial engineering and management (or equivalent). In the first instance, it should be considered that a doctorate has been awarded for a maximum of three years before the end of the application period.

You should have a strong research credentials related to the research project described above. We expect the post doc to have a solid publication record in journals in ABS level 2-4. Due to the qualitative nature of the research project experience in conducting qualitative research studies is a merit. The position requires good knowledge of oral and written communication in English. Good knowledge of the Swedish language is a merit.

Information
Employment (100%) for the position is limited to two year. We look positively on you being able to get started as soon as possible.

For further information, please contact: Wiebke Reim, +46 (0) 920-49 2079, wiebke.reim@ltu.se  

Union representatives: SACO-S Kjell Johansson, +46 (0) 920-49 1529 kjell.johansson@ltu.se or OFR-S Lars Frisk, + 46 (0) 920-49 1792 lars.frisk@ltu.se

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Please apply for this position by clicking on the apply button below. The application should include a CV, personal letter reflecting on the topic of the project and how you intend to contribute (about 1 – 2 A4 pages) and copies of verified diplomas from high school and universities (with list over courses with grades). 2-3 academic papers and/or thesis 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: 4206-2020
Last day of application:
January 25, 2021

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Post expires on Monday January 25th, 2021