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PhD student in physical chemistry with a focus on optical spectroscopy

Research and graduate education at the department of chemistry and molecular biology comprises a wide scientific field from the atomic and molecular levels all the way through cells to intact organisms. Much of the phenomena studied here impact on our natural environment and living systems. We participate in undergraduate programs in chemistry, molecular biology, medicinal chemistry, biology, marine sciences, and pharmacy.

A third cycle education at our department will lead to a Ph.D. in Natural sciences, or Natural sciences with a specialisation in Chemistry. Ph.D. studies comprises four years at the post graduate level. The time period can be extended to 5 years in total through teaching and/or other departmental duties.

Information about the research group:

In the molecular materials research group we construct molecules or molecular based systems that perform highly specialized functions to be used within material sciences. The competence of the group involves both the synthesis of complex molecules and the photophysical/electrical characterization of these molecular based systems. Most often we are working with organic molecules and even though each molecule is able to perform a task on its own, our aim is not to use the single molecules, but ensembles of molecules to create materials for the future. For more information see www.molecularmaterials.se.

Job assignments

 

Eligibility

To be eligible for third-cycle studies, the applicant must meet both the general and specific entry requirements:

A person meets the general entry requirements for third-cycle courses and study programmes if he or she:
1. has been awarded a second-cycle qualification,
2. has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or
3. has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.

To meet the specific entry requirements for third-cycle studies, applicants must: (i) have a second-cycle (advanced-level) degree in a relevant* subject area in the natural sciences, or (ii) have completed studies for at least 60 higher education credits at a second-cycle level in relevant subject areas in the natural sciences, or (iii) have completed a corresponding programme of relevance to the planned third-cycle programme, in Sweden or in another country, or have equivalent qualifications.

*Relevant for the planned third-cycle education

The specific entry requirements also include an acceptable command of spoken and written English. Guidelines for assessing English proficiency may include a minimum score of 550 on the TOEFL test (or 213 on the TOEFL-CBT, or 79 on the TOEFL-iBT).

Assessment

Regulations for the evaluation of qualifications for education on a doctoral level are given in SFS 1998:80.

Employment

Type of employment: Fixed-term employment, Four years full time
Extent: 100 %
Location: Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Gothenburg
First day of employment: Autumn 2018

Regulations for the evaluation of qualifications for education on a doctoral level are given in SFS 1998:80.

A new employment as a PhD student applies for a maximum of one year. The Appointment may be prolonged for up to two years at a time. The total employment period may not be longer than the equivalent of four years of full time time doctoral studies.

University applies local agreement on salaries of graduate students.

Appointment procedure

Please apply online

The application shall include:

Cover letter with an explanation of why you apply for the position
CV including scientific publications
Copy of exam certificate and grades
Two referees (name, telephone no, relation)

For further information regarding the position

Karl Börjesson, Associate Professor, 031-786 9099, karl.borjesson@gu.se

Göran Hilmersson, Head of Department +46 (0) 31-786 9022, hilmers@chem.gu.se
Martin Billeter, Director of third cycle education, +46(0) 31-786 3925, martin.billeter@gu.se

Unions

Union representatives at the University of Gothenburg: http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/union-representatives

How to apply

In order to apply for a position at the University of Gothenburg, you have to register an account in our online recruitment system. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline. The selection of candidates is made on the basis of the qualifications registered in the application.

Closing date 12 september

 

The University of Gothenburg promotes equal opportunities, equality and diversity.

Salaries for doctoral students are regulated in a local agreement at the University.

Applications will be destroyed or returned (upon request) two years after the decision of employment has become final. Applications from the employed and from those who appeal the decision will not be returned.

 

Post expires on Wednesday September 12th, 2018

Doctoral student in Natural Science, specialisation Geography

The Department of Earth Sciences has 65 employees. The department has two subject areas (Physical Geography and Geology) in its teaching and research. We have bachelor and masters programmes in Earth Sciences and in Geography as well as third-cycle education in several Earth-science specialties. Our strongest research areas lie within climatology, biogeochemisty, petrology/geochemistry and applied geoscience. The research strategy for the department emphasizes on further development of Earth System Science.

Subject area description

When sealing soil and rock, both environmental impact and working environment in tunnels or shafts are of great importance. A tunnel or shaft is sealed to reduce permeability and flow. Aiming at, as far as possible, reducing the impact on pressure levels (groundwater) in the environment while providing a satisfactory environment inside the tunnel or in a shaft.

The extent of the impact on the groundwater situation depends on the hydraulic properties of soil, rock and retaining or sealing structures, the boundary conditions of the system and its groundwater balance. The groundwater balance includes flow to an area from the magazine upstream; from rainfall in the catchment area; and from leakage via, for example, water pipes and water from infiltration. Flow from an area occurs via leakage to tunnels through deformation zones and their surrounding rock masses; and (surface) run-off in upper and lower aquifers. Of importance, for example, is whether the aquifer has no flow boundaries where the decrease in pressure level can be large and the recovery can be slow. An area with ​​sensitive objects (e.g. buildings on wodden piles or sensitive and protected natural areas) with an isolated aquifer that connects directly to a tunnel through a complex water-conducting deformation zone requires special attention. A rock mass (between deformation zones), that is sparsely fractured with fractures of low transmissivity and low connectivity (i.e., they communicate poorly) is expected to require less attention (depending upon the flow requirements).

Control of groundwater flow and pressure levels in rock and soil is of great importance for infrastructure projects because all water works (in Sweden) with significant impact require permission from the Land and Environmental Court. Possible consequences when water-related problems arise in the construction of tunnels in rocks or tunnels/shafts in soil may be delayed completion of roads and tunnels (that affect both local and regional transport), damage to buildings, structures and the environment as well as reduced capacity for energy wells.

Job assignments

The successful candidate will contribute to a better description and understanding of the water- and infrastructure related process initiated with the application of a permit for water works (when required) and terminated with control and follow-up of results related to flow and pressure levels. Central to this project is hydrogeological conceptualization and technical design for groundwater control. This includes describing: the soil-rock system using hydrogeological settings or reference conditions; boundary conditions and; how (in principle) the soil-rock system interacts hydraulically with constructions. Hydrogeological settings (reference conditions) and hydrogeological investigations in boreholes are also expected to provide a basis for estimates (averaging) of hydraulic properties around tunnels and shafts both for prognosis and for control of flow and pressure. Furthermore, a principle description of the system soil-rock-construction is expected to provide a basis for early identification of problems/risks and present related examples of technical solutions.

The main tasks of the doctoral student are:

  1. To describe relevant soil stratigraphies – (hydro)geological settings/reference conditions (with main focus on Swedish conditions), relevant fracture geometries for rock, and identify interesting examples/typical case studies for today’s (and future) good technical solutions. This in order to illustrate (and investigate/model) when technical solutions works well and when problems arise. Case studies are selected and follows the PhD student project.
  2. To investigate (and show examples) about how the geometry of the fracture system (rock) and data from individual boreholes (hydraulic and geological information) can be used to estimate hydraulic properties in the vicinity of the tunnel or shaft in rock (and soil) as a basis for flow prognosis (links to the application for water works and control).
  3. To identify problems/risks for tunnels/shafts related to geology (rock/soil) and construction depth (groundwater levels), etc. Guidance for early problem identification in infrastructure projects.

The candidate is expected to contribute to the above tasks through a focus on applied geology/hydrogeology and through hydrogeological conceptualization and basic analytical and numerical calculations. Water works in urban areas with the application of a permission (when needed), investigations, technical measures and control are considered a framework for this PhD project where the main tasks above form the expected deepened knowledge.

Eligibility

To be eligible for third-cycle studies, the applicant must meet both the general and specific entry requirements:

A person meets the general entry requirements for third-cycle courses and study programmes if he or she:
1. has been awarded a second-cycle qualification,
2. has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or
3. has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.

To meet the specific entry requirements for third-cycle studies, applicants must:
Hold a second cycle university degree in Physics, Meteorology, Climatology, Earth Science or related fields. A master’s degree in geoscience or engineering geology-hydrogeology (university or technical university) is a requirement. Expertise in GIS, numerical groundwater modelling and sealing/grouting are desirable. Good oral and written proficiency in English is required.

Assessment

Selection of applicants who meet basic and specific competencies is based on the ability to apply for education at the postgraduate level. The assessment attaches particular importance to documented qualifications regarding:

– Qualifications from basic education
– Qualifications of advanced education and special requirements
– The relevance of previous studies for the planned postgraduate studies
– Assessment of the applicant’s ability to benefit from research studies
– The applicant’s ability to work in a research group

Employment

Type of employment: Temporary employment, HF 5 kap 7§ Doktorandanställning
Extent: 100 %
Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Gothenburg
First day of employment: As agreed, but no later than 2018-09-01

Regulations for employment of doctoral students are given in SFS 1998:80. Only those who are admitted to third-cycle studies may be appointed to doctoral studentships. Those appointed to doctoral studentships shall primarily devote themselves to their studies. They may, however, work to a limited extent with educational tasks, research and administration according to the regulations.

The initial appointment may apply for no longer than one year. An appointment may be renewed for no more than two years at a time. The total employment period may not exceed the time corresponding to full-time third-cycle studies for four years.

Salaries for doctoral students are regulated in a local agreement at the University.

For further information regarding the position

Åsa Fransson
asa_fransson@golder.se
031-700 82 45

Unions

Union representatives at the University of Gothenburg: http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/union-representatives

How to apply

In order to apply for a position at the University of Gothenburg, you have to register an account in our online recruitment system.Along with the application attached transcripts, CV, one (1) copy of the thesis as well as letters of recommendation (maximum of 2). It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline. The selection of candidates is made on the basis of the qualifications registered in the application.

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The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 38 000 students and 6 000 employees make the university a large and inspiring place to work and study. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. With new knowledge and new perspectives, the University contributes to a better future.

Post expires on Friday August 31st, 2018

Doctoral Student in Natural Science, specialisation Environmental Science/Physical Geography

The Department of Earth Sciences has 65 employees. We have bachelor and masters programs in Earth Sciences and in Geography as well as third-cycle education. Our strongest research areas lie within climatology, biogeochemistry, petrology/geochemistry and applied geoscience. The research strategy for the department emphasizes on further development of Earth System Science.

MYR Doctoral Student position

This Doctoral Student position is coupled to the project MYR, Climate smart management practices on Norwegian organic soils, which will be conducted 2018-2022 and funded by the Norwegian research council. MYR will investigate different management practices of Norwegian organic soils covering three land use types: cultivated, abandoned and restored, with a specific aim on how to achieve significant reductions in GHG (CO2, CH4, N2O) emissions by 2030/2050. MYR aims at providing knowledge and expertise for policy makers and end users concretely by providing tools for decision making in order to achieve future efficient, climate friendly use of Norwegian peatlands. The MYR -team includes two Norwegian research groups and five foreign research groups enabling international research collaboration and knowledge exchange.

Job assignments

This Doctoral Student position will be placed at the department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg. The work is part of the Work Package 3, synthesis, dealing with GHG emissions and yield in differently managed organic soils on national and regional scales and by 2030 and 2050 using a metamodeling approach compiled from four models. The Doctoral Student in Gothenburg will use by the project collected data from the field sites in Norway and combine with the CoupModel for scenario analysis. Co-operation with other modelling groups in the MYR project, using other models, is expected.

Working environment for the Doctoral Student position

The Doctoral Student will work with the research group for Ecosystem Sciences at the Department of Earth Sciences. This group currently consists of one professor, two lecturers, three researchers, three doctoral students, and five technical staff. Our research concerns how biogeochemical cycles are influenced by climate and land use, where we especially try to find mitigations to reduce the ecosystem greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, we study the interaction between plants and the soil ecosystem and how land use affects the flow of carbon and nutrients in a variety of ecosystems (arctic, boreal, tropical, and agriculture). The group is involved in several major research projects and networks such as BECC, ICOS (Integrated Carbon Observation System), and ITEX (International Tundra Experiment) and runs the research station Skogaryd, which is included in the infrastructure network SITES (Swedish Infrastructure for Ecosystem Sciences). The group also host state-of-the-art equipment for field measurements, chemical analysis and have experience using the CoupModel. We currently work within three main research themes: Alpine and Polar Ecology, Biogeochemistry as well as Land Use and Greenhouse gases (see homepage for complete information on the themes; https://gvc.gu.se/english/research/climate/ecosystem-science/).

Eligibility

To be admitted to doctoral studies it is required that you have been awarded a second-cycle qualification, or have satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits, of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or have acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.

Eligible for this position are those that have studied Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Biology or related fields. Good oral and written proficiency in English is required.

Assessment

The applicant is expected to have a strong background in a relevant research field, such as Environmental Science or Earth Science and to have a collaborative nature as well as good communication skills. Documented ability to undertake research under supervision (e.g. MSc thesis) is required. In addition, it is essential that the applicant is independent, has curiosity and creativity, and has an interest in learning new methods. Good knowledge of biogeochemical and ecological theories and concepts, as well as experience in computational methods/analyses, such as R or Matlab, is expected.  Ecosystem modelling knowledge and experience is expected. Good skills in both written and spoken English are required. Knowledge of the Swedish language is a plus.

Employment

Type of employment: Temporary employment, HF 5 kap 7§ Doktorandanställning
Extent: 100 %
Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Gothenburg
First day of employment: November 2018

Regulations for employment of doctoral students are given in SFS 1998:80.

Only those who are admitted to third-cycle studies may be appointed to doctoral studentships. Those appointed to doctoral studentships shall primarily devote themselves to their studies. They may, however, work to a limited extent with educational tasks, research and administration according to the regulations.

A new employment as a doctoral student applies for a maximum of one year. The appointment may be prolonged for up to two years at a time. The total employment period may not be longer than the equivalent of four years of full time doctoral studies.

Salaries for doctoral students are regulated in a local agreement at the University.

Appointment procedure

A group of senior researchers and a PhD student within the group Ecosystem Sciences will evaluate and rank the applications. The best ones will be called for an interview in Gothenburg.

For further information regarding the position

Åsa Kasimir, asa.kasimir@gu.se
Leif Klemedtsson, leif.klemedtsson@gu.se

Unions

Union representatives at the University of Gothenburg: http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/union-representatives

How to apply

In order to apply for a position at the University of Gothenburg, you have to register an account in our online recruitment system. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline. The selection of candidates is made on the basis of the qualifications registered in the application.

The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 38 000 students and 6 000 employees make the university a large and inspiring place to work and study. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. With new knowledge and new perspectives, the University contributes to a better future.

Post expires on Sunday September 30th, 2018

PhD student in Systems Biology of Ageing in Yeast

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The department of Mathematical Sciences is a joint department between University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology located at the Chalmers campus Johanneberg. We conduct internationally successful research in a number of areas in pure and applied mathematics, and mathematical statistics.  The department is an important partner of other sciences and industrial projects.

The announced PhD position is located at the Division of Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, with several research groups in the area of biomathematics and systems biology. Gothenburg offers a vibrant systems biology environment with many excellent research groups actively collaborating and organizing a number of life science seminars, systems biology summer schools and workshops.

The PhD student is supervised by Associate Professor Marija Cvijovic and funded by a grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research.

The research project is performed in an international and highly collaborative multidisciplinary environment. We study the complexity of cellular ageing using experimental and computational methods.

For more information, please visit http://www.cvijoviclab.org/

Job assignments

You will work in a dynamic research environment at the interface between biology and mathematics to address central problems of cellular ageing. Biological experiments and mathematical modelling will be closely integrated into most of the work. Ageing is a process consisting of many interacting subsystems, it is necessary to account for numerous factors simultaneously by applying large-scale modelling approaches. It is tightly coupled to metabolic and signaling processes like metabolism and nutrient availability.  As sensors of the current environmental status, nutrient signaling pathways represent central aging regulators.  The successful candidate will contribute to our efforts to integrate and interrogate key signalling pathways that sense altered nutrient availability and deviations from intracellular homeostasis. The goal is to gain better understanding of their contributions in yeast ageing and their pivotal role in longevity and healthy life span. You are expected to independently develop new ideas and drive collaborations with experimentalists.

The project will offer you training in a wide range of front-line systems biology methods. Together with the course programme at the research school in natural sciences this training will prepare you for a range of academic as well private and public sector carrier opportunities.

In addition, the position can include up to 20% departmental work, mostly teaching. The employment is limited to a maximum of five years.

Eligibility

To be eligible for third-cycle studies, the applicant must meet both the general and specific entry requirements.

A person meets the general entry requirements for third-cycle studies if he or she:
1. has been awarded a second-cycle qualification
2. has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or
3. has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad

Specific entry requirements:
Applicants for the position should have a strong background in systems biology,  biotechnology or molecular biology.  They must have obtained a master’s degree or a 4-year bachelor’s degree, or expect to complete that degree by the start of the employment.

Candidates should have excellent communications skills, strong self-organizing skills and ability to work within an interdisciplinary setting. Fluency in English is expected.

Candidates should have a keen interest in cellular functioning and cellular ageing. Experience with fluorescence microscopy and microfluidics systems is a merit.

Assessment

Regulations for the evaluation of qualifications for education on a doctoral level are given in SFS 1998:80.

Employment

Type of employment: Fixed-term employment, 5 years
Extent: 100 %
Location: Department of Mathematical Sciences, Gothenburg
First day of employment: as soon as possible

Regulations for the evaluation of qualifications for education on a doctoral level are given in SFS 1998:80.
A new employment as a PhD student applies for a maximum of one year. The Appointment may be prolonged for up to two years at a time. The total employment period may not be longer than the equivalent of four years of full time time doctoral studies.

University applies local agreement on salaries of graduate students.

For further information regarding the position:

Stig Larsson,  deputy head of division
+46 31 772 3543
stig@chalmers.se

Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) Marija Cvijovic
+46 31 772 5321
marija.cvijovic@gu.se

Unions

Union representatives at the University of Gothenburg: http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/union-representatives

How to apply

In order to apply for a position at the University of Gothenburg, you have to register an account in our online recruitment system. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline August 20, 2018. The selection of candidates is made on the basis of the qualifications registered in the application.

Submit the following documents:

  • Application letter (max 2 pages) where you introduce yourself and clearly relate your background and interests to the field of systems biology
  • Detailed curriculum vitae
  • Electronic copies of your master and bachelor transcripts
  • Names of at least two reference persons

Closing date: August 20, 2018.

The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 38 000 students and 6 000 employees make the university a large and inspiring place to work and study. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. With new knowledge and new perspectives, the University contributes to a better future.

Post expires on Monday August 20th, 2018

PhD in Physics

The Department of Physics at the University of Gothenburg is located on the main campus of Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, with a total of some 80 employees. The communication routes are good both nationally and internationally. The researching focuses within the fields of Atom- and Molecular Physics, Condensed Matter Physics and Spintronics, and Complex Systems and Biophysics and is performed in an international environment with extensive national and international collaborations. The education programs at the Department include Bachelor- and Master programs in Physics, physics teacher-training programs, as well as outreach courses in Physics aimed for the general public. Gothenburg Physics Centre is a close collaboration with four other departments within the Faculty of Science and Chalmers University of Technology creates an innovative environment for all researchers and students at the department.

For further information about the Department of Physics, please visit our website at www.physics.gu.se/english. More information about Gothenburg Physics Centre can be found at www.chalmers.se/en/centres/gpc/Pages/default.aspx.

The research will be conducted in an interdisciplinary research group at the University of Gothenburg, led by Caroline Beck Adiels (cell biologist) and Mattias Goksör (physicist) in close collaboration with a neighbouring group led by Giovanni Volpe. By means of optical and microfluidic technology, the group seeks to answer different research questions originating in biology and life science (http://www.physics.gu.se/english/research/biological-physics). The research group is now hiring a PhD student that will be involved in the EU consortium DeLiver.

DeLiver is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) that include 6 academic and 3 industrial beneficiaries, represented in 6 European countries. This multidisciplinary collaboration combines research within optical physics and biomedicine with the aim of developing novel technologies to perform structural and functional studies (on nano-scale) of the pores of endothelial cells. In mammals, these pores constitute the fundamental barrier between the blood circulation and vital organs.  (More information can be found here: http://www.deliver-itn.eu).

Job assignments

We seek candidates for one PhD position at the Department of Physics at University of Gothenburg. The successful candidate will work experimentally in an optics lab and the work will include the realization of optical setups (such as holographic tweezers and other advanced optical microscopy) for investigation and analysis of biological samples. The aim of the ITN-project is to, by using optical tweezers, study and perform 3D force measurements on mammalian cells (more specifically, on endothelial cells) for characterization and possibly detection of pathological samples. This work will be conducted in close collaboration with several researchers and PhD students, active at several other European universities and companies (e.g. in Germany, Norway, Belgium and France, to name a few). The successful candidate will be trained in experimental and computational methods aimed towards force measurements using optical manipulation, statistical physics and micro-fabrication techniques. Part of the time will be spent on courses and educational activities common for the PhD students of the network.

Eligibility

A person meets the general entry requirements for third-cycle courses and study programs if he/she:
1. has been awarded a second-cycle qualification, or
2. has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second-cycle, or
3. has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.

In order to be approved for MSCA financing the applicant, at the time for the application, should not have resided in Sweden more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the reference date. Moreover, the applicant must be in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers and have not been awarded a doctoral degree.

Assessment

Regulations for the evaluation of qualifications for education on a doctoral level are given in SFS 1998:80.

  • We are looking for a strongly motivated person, who is able to work independently but who also is well equipped for collaboration in this multidisciplinary project.
  • You should be very skilled at expressing yourself in English, both orally and in written text.
  • You have a MSc. in physics or equivalently.

Previous experience of the abovementioned technologies as well as interdisciplinary projects will be considered beneficially.

Employment

The position is full time and time-limited. The location is the Department of Physics in Gothenburg starting October 1, 2018.

For further information regarding the position

For questions regarding the position you are welcome to contact Caroline Beck Adiels,
caroline.adiels@physics.gu.se

Unions

Union representatives at the University of Gothenburg: http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/union-representatives

How to apply

In order to apply for a position at the University of Gothenburg, you have to register an account in our online recruitment system. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that the application is complete in accordance with the instructions in the job advertisement, and that it is submitted before the deadline. The selection of candidates is made on the basis of the qualifications registered in the application.

Closing date: June 22, 2018

 

The University of Gothenburg promotes equal opportunities, equality and diversity.

Salaries for doctoral students are regulated in a local agreement at the University.

Applications will be destroyed or returned (upon request) two years after the decision of employment has become final. Applications from the employed and from those who appeal the decision will not be returned.

The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 38 000 students and 6 000 employees make the university a large and inspiring place to work and study. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. With new knowledge and new perspectives, the University contributes to a better future.

Post expires on Thursday January 1st, 1970