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Jobs

Utrecht University

Netherlands, Utrecht

This offer is only for Arts & Humanities fields

The Faculty of Humanities of Utrecht University invites applications for the Postdoc Position in Anchoring in Hellenistic Philosophy (1.0 FTE) for 1,5 years, starting date to be agreed, with a preference for 1 March 2019. Candidates should have a PhD in Ancient Philosophy, held by time of appointment (if the degree is not yet obtained at the time of application, a statement by the applicant's supervisor should confirm that it will be obtained by time of appointment); an excellent research and publication record in relation to stage of career; a strong cooperative attitude and willingness to engage in collaborative research; excellent command of English; some organisational experience. The salary - depending on previous qualifications and experience - ranges from €3,637 to €4,978 gross per month for a full-time employment. Salaries are supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8% and a year-end allowance of 8.3% per year. In addition, Utrecht University offers excellent secondary conditions, including an attractive retirement scheme, (partly paid) parental leave and flexible employment conditions (multiple choice model). In order to be considered, applications must include the following information (in the order stated), in one PDF file (not zipped): - cover letter; -cv, including list of publications and contact details of two referees; - research proposal of 1500 words (excluding bibliography and – if appropriate – appendix containing list of sources: together max. two pages A4); -copy of relevant degree certificate(s);- if necessary (see requirements), statement by supervisor confirming that the applicant will hold the required degree at the time of appointment. Detailed information about the position is available at https://www.uu.nl/en/organisation/working-at-utrecht-university/jobs

Deadline 31.10.2018

Educational events

Arctic University of Norway

13.03.2019 - 15.03.2019
Finland, Rovaniemi

Arctic University of Norway invites you to participate in the 10th Circumpolar Agriculture Conference 'New thinking about local agriculture in the circumpolar Arctic – Best practices, innovations and perspectives' that will take place on March 13 - 15, 2019 at the Arctic Center of University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland. The conference is the tenth in line of international conferences organized within the framework of CAA (Circumpolar Agriculture Association), aimed at people involved in northern agriculture such as researchers, practitioners, administrators, managers, policy-makers and students. The conference will address a bottom-up approach and new thinking of local agriculture, food production and rural development in the northern areas. The goal is to open up and discuss versatile meanings of circumpolar agriculture and call for new thinking to address its topical challenges and opportunities. In accordance with the theme of Finland’s Chairmanship period of the Arctic Council, UN Sustainable Development Goals will be highlighted in the program. The sessions will examine among others best practices and resilient solutions in the utilization of animal and plant resources, local breeds, reindeer herding, small-scale farming and non-timber forest products. The conference will address the high quality of arctic foods, their local profitability and business opportunities. The importance of food security and sustainability in different regions and countries will also be discussed. The conference is hosted by the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland together with the Natural Resources Institute Finland; other co-organisers are ProAgria Lapland, Lapland University of Applied Sciences, Regional Council of Lapland, Reindeer Herders’ Association and Metsähallitus. For important dates and other information please see https://www.ulapland.fi/EN/Events/10th-Circumpolar-Agriculture-Conference

Deadline 29.10.2018

Educational events

Arctic University of Norway

06.11.2018 - 08.11.2018
Norway,

This offer is only for Arts & Humanities fields

Arctic University of Norway invites you to participate in the Relate North 2018 Symposium in Nesna, Norway, on October 6-8.
Relate North 2018 Symposium: Collaborative Art, Design and Education will focus on the wider perspective of collaborative practices within the Arctic region. This includes art and design projects within and between society, schools, universities, business, culture, tourism and well-being. RELATE NORTH is a collaboration between the University of the Arctic’s Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design thematic network (ASAD), Nord University Faculty of Education and Arts, University of Lapland, UArctic and Helgeland Museum. This will be the seventh symposium in the series hosted by ASAD. ASAD network aims to identify and share innovative practices in learning, teaching, research and knowledge exchange in the fields of art, design and visual culture education. The network promotes cooperation and collaboration between academic institutions and communities with the purpose of working towards a shared understanding of critical issues relevant to people living in the north. Every year the RELATE NORTH symposium attract leading scholars and artists from around the circumpolar north to present research and debate issues of concern in the north through the lens of art and design theory and practice. Detailed information about application is available at https://hint.hoopla.no/sales/2285440487

Deadline 05.11.2018

Scholarships and grants

Arctic University of Norway

Norway, Tromsø

This offer is only for Arts & Humanities fields

The Department of Language and Culture at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway (UiT) offers one four-year Doctoral Research Fellowship (PhD) within Media and Documentation Studies/Archive, Library and Museum Studies.
The purpose of the PhD Research Fellowship is research training leading to the successful completion of a doctoral dissertation to be defended publicly. The candidate will be affiliated with the Faculty's organised research training, and the academic work must result in a doctoral thesis aiming to obtain the degree of PhD within the period of employment. Admission to a PhD program is a prerequisite for employment, and the programme period starts on commencement of the position.
The successful candidate must meet the requirements for admission to the Faculty’s PhD program, cf. § 6 of UiT PhD regulations. Moreover, the applicant must prove English language proficiency equivalent to the standards of Norwegian Higher Education Entrance Qualification, see PhD Regulations UiT. For more information, see also uit.no/hsl/phd. For further information about the position (and the project), please contact Professor Andreas Vårheim, phone +47 – 77 64 57 39, e-mail: andreas.varheim@uit.no or the Head of Department of Language and Culture Eystein Dahl, phone +47 77 64 42 90, e-mail: Eystein.dahl@uit.no.

Deadline 31.10.2018

Jobs

KU Leuven

Belgium, Leuven

This offer is only for Engineering & Technology fields

The laboratory of Measure, Model, Manage Bio-Responses (M3-BIORES) of University of Leuven invites applications for the full-time 4-year PhD position on dynamic modelling of animal behaviours using machine learning, intelligent sensors and computational ethology. M3-BIORES are now looking for a doctoral candidate to carry out this exciting research through a four year PhD project. The project would be ideally suited to a student with a strong quantitative background in computer science, engineering, or the physical sciences who has a passion to do high level research in a very engaged and ambitious research team. Prior knowledge of machine-learning techniques is not a pre-requisite but candidates should possess a innovative streak and hunger tolearn new methodologies. The student will work in a multi-disciplinary team including ethology, signal processing, optimization and machine learning. Theu will also work closely with industrial partners and will be guided towards how to realise technical solutions from the science. Candidates should have recent master degree from one of the countries of the EU or the EER or Switzerland, must be willing to obtain a PhD degree in the field of bio-science engineering at the KU Leuven, be able to fluently speak, read and write in English, as communicating project results in international peer reviewed journals is a major task. Desirable: Understanding in animal biology/physiology; experience in multi-disciplinary collaboration; working knowledge of MATLAB. Detailed information about the position is available at https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/54875965

Deadline 30.11.2018

Jobs

KU Leuven

Belgium, Leuven

This offer is only for Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health fields

The department of neurosurgery of University of Leuven offers the 4-year PhD position in application of L-PRF in neurosurgery. The PhD candidate will be involved in the organization and set-up of a randomized-controlled trial in neurosurgery and skull base surgery where the use of L-PRF will be compared to standard surgical treatment (non-inferiority study). The candidate will be responsible for the implementation of L-PRF in the field of neurosurgery and skull base surgery. The PhD candidate will elaborate options for the (potential) optimization of the use of L-PRF in neurosurgery. The candidate will work in close collaboration with medical specialists in order to validate the technology in an experimental setup and to support/guide its translation towards a clinical setting. Candidates should have ave a MSc degree, be familiar with clinical studies and data management, have experience with building experimental setups, be fluent in oral and written English, be enthusiastic and result-oriented, have high problem-resolving capacities, be a team player and communicate well. Detailed information about the position and application procedure is available at https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/54862136

Deadline 31.10.2018

Jobs

KU Leuven

Belgium, Leuven

This offer is only for Engineering & Technology fields

The Department of Mechanical Engineering of University of Leuven invites applications for the two PhD positions on energy systems modeling. The positions are available in the context of 2 projects granted under the Belgian Energy Transition Fund: EPOC 2030-2050: Energy technology modelling framework for POlicy support towards a Cost-effective and Sustainable society in 2030 and 2050, and the NEPTUNE: North-sea Energy Plan for Transition to sUstainable wiNd Energy. Candidates should be highlymotivated, enthusiastic and communicative researchers with a Master of Sciencedegree in Engineering or a related field, from a reputable institute, with excellent study results. Candidates should have a strong interest in energy, and especially in energy system operation and planning,renewables integration, energy policy and modeling. Experience with Matlab/Python/GAMS/Julia is a plus. Candidates with a background in a.o.optimization, computer science, operations research are also encouraged to apply. Applicants should also have good English communication skills. The offer includes doctoral scholarships (fully funded) for four years (net monthly salary of about ~ €2,000), and a PhD degree in Engineering if successful; a highly specialized doctoral training, making the candidate expert in energy systems modeling; multiple benefits (health insurance, access to university infrastructure and sports facilities, etc.); the opportunity to be active in an international research environment,engage in research collaborations and participate at international conferences. Detailed information about the position and application procedure is available at https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/54851358

Deadline 30.11.2018

Student mobility

Lodz University of Technology

Poland, Lodz

This offer is only for Arts & Humanities fields

Lodz University of Technology offers Polish language courses to foreign students who wish to pursue their studies in Poland. It offers basic courses of Polish as well as thematic Polish language courses in history, geography, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and philosophy, with a view to giving prospective students the knowledge needed in Polish institutions of higher education. Types of offered courses: 1) 1 month course of Polish (ca 120 hours) in August (fee: 480 EUR ) – apply before the 1st of July 2) 5 month course of Polish (ca 450 hours) beginning in October (and March) – fee: 1700 EUR registration fee – apply before the 1st of February (for a course starting from March) or the 1st of September (for a course starting from October) 3) 9 month preparatory course (ca 800-900 hours) beginning in October for applicants pursuing university studies in Poland (an applicant may choose one specialization – humanities, medical sciences, technical sciences, economy or agriculture for specialized course of Polish) – fee: 3000 EUR 4) 9 month preparatory course (ca 800-900 hours) beginning in October for applicants pursuing postgraduate and doctor studies (the permission of the Polish Ministry of Education is required) – fee: 3000 EUR 5) 1-year Polish language course (600 hours) starting on the 1st of October (registration till the 1st of September) – fee: 2200 EUR. 6) 2-semester Polish language course (900 hours) starting on the 1st of October (registration till the 1st of September) – fee: 3200 EUR. Students who complete our preparatory courses are accepted at all Polish universities. All programs include afternoon activities : lectures (contemporary Poland, literature and culture), sight-seeing tours, excursions and theatre and museum visits. Detailed information about the courses is available at http://iso.uni.lodz.pl/study-in-english/learning-polish-at-ul/

Deadline 01.01.2019

Jobs

KU Leuven

Belgium, Leuven

This offer is only for Engineering & Technology fields

The University of Leuven invites applications for the PhD on the development of new highly sensitive sensors. In a first PhD project, you will optimise the properties of the newly discovered material from the basic material properties to the desired sensor specifications. In a second PhD project, you will design new generation sensors based on the new materials. The sensors will be several orders of magnitude more sensitive than the state of the art or will be much smaller allowing a higher integration density. Candidates should be young, highly motivated researchers with a master in physics, material science or engineering who has excelled in his/her studies and who is a team-player with a critical mind. You can work accurately, independently and are willing to learn new techniques. Prior experience in the field of the above-mentioned techniques would be an advantage. You would be eligible to apply for a personal PhD grant (e.g. FWO fellowship). The PhD contract will be for one year and renewable on a year-by-year basis (depending on the results of the intermediate evaluations), up to a total of four years. The starting date will be ideally in November 2018. Detailed information about the position is available at https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/54849056

Deadline 31.10.2018

Jobs

KU Leuven

Belgium, Leuven

This offer is only for Clinical, Pre-clinical & Health fields

The OmfsImpath team invites applications for the PhD position on the development of imaging-based bioprinting techniques of tooth and bone regeneration in the dentoalveolar region. The current project aims to address these challenges by developing a dedicated bioprinting technique for dental applications, using an imaging-based design of the restored tissue followed by an optimized printing procedure; optimize 3D printing procedures for the development of biodegradable constructs for cell-free and cell-based applications; evaluate in vitro and in vivo stem cell behavior within the fabricated constructs. Applicants should have a master’s degree in engineering, material engineering, bioscience engineering or equivalent and graduated with distinction. Background in materials science and engineering is a must. Interest in bioprinting technologies and a good knowledge in additive manufacturing processes and cell biology is preferable. In addition, the candidate should have good interpersonal skills and motivation to work in a multidisciplinary research team and should be excellent in English. Detailed information about the position is available at https://www.kuleuven.be/personeel/jobsite/jobs/54824101

Deadline 31.10.2018