Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands invites online Application for number of Fully Funded PhD Degree at various Departments. We are providing a list of Fully Funded PhD Programs available at Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Early Detection of Poultry Disease
Infections in poultry are accompanied by the emission of specific volatile organic compounds (VOCs), as confirmed by veterinarians who can smell the presence of disease in a stable. Currently, many infections are not discovered until after widescale spread within or between flocks. At a late stage of detection, when most of the damage has already been done, it is also too late for preventive interventions, so that more rigorous treatments of entire flocks with antibiotics or chemicals are required. These treatments can induce antibiotic resistance and leave residues in poultry products and the environment impacting both animal and human health. Hence, there is a need to identify poultry disease at an early stage to reduce the use of antibiotics and financial loss for farmers and society. Within the NWA-ORC project OBSeRVeD, you will be working in a multidisciplinary team using state-of-the-art mass spectrometry instrumentation and multivariate analysis strategies to identify the VOCs fingerprint of the targeted poultry diseases. This information will serve other partners in the project to develop a selective and sensitive system (i.e. e-nose) to detect the presence of the targeted poultry diseases. Your teaching load may be up to 10% of your working time.
Deadline : 26 March 2023
(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate for Whole Brain Dynamics of Memory Representations of Observational Fear Learning
With this PhD project we will leverage the most recent methodological and conceptual advances in rodent neuroscience to decipher the underlying mechanisms and circuitry, and thereby open a window into the mechanisms behind a core element of culture. To do so, the Neuronal Networks of Memory group (PI: Francesco Battaglia) in Nijmegen, which helped unravelling how animals form spatial memories, will join forces with the Social Brain Lab at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (NIN) in Amsterdam (PIs: Christian Keysers and Valeria Gazzola), in the study of how the emotions of others are mapped onto the emotions of observers. We will refine existing behavioural models to capture how the experiences of others are represented in memory. We will map the circuitry connecting social-affective and spatial representations. Using rodent models, we will identify and modulate engrams of contexts and affective experiences across the entire brain, relating the function of areas that are known to be important for empathy (such as the anterior cingulate cortex), with the function of the whole-brain resting-state network, including the default mode network that is related to introspection and memory. We will make use of calcium, voltage imaging and advanced electrophysiology. The new PhD candidate will work within a team with strong experimental and analytical expertise. The project is funded by a new collaboration between Radboud University and the NIN.
Deadline : 28 February 2023
(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate: Psychological Functions of Our Sense of Smell
Communication is crucial to humans. Most of our everyday social interaction and communication is nonverbal. Among the senses we recruit to engage in nonverbal communication, the sense of smell (olfaction) has remained mysterious. For millennia, we have underestimated the role of olfaction. Only recently, the widespread belief that humans are poor smellers has been debunked by experiments revealing excellent human smell skills. With COVID-19, hundreds of millions worldwide have experienced first-hand how smell contributes to our lives, by enabling us to determine whether a food is edible or not, by enabling us to avoid environmental hazards, and by contributing to social communication.
Deadline : 01 March 2023
(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate: Controlling the Guardian – How Politicisation Shapes Council-Commission Relations over EU Policy Enforcement
You will study the Commission’s decision-making in the context of infringement procedures. You will make use of theoretical literatures on 1) the types and antecedents of EU politicisation; 2) the drivers and effects of the politicisation of the EU Commission; 3) the effects of EU politicisation on interinstitutional relations; 4) the determinants of the Commission’s strategies and Commission-member state interactions during the EU infringement procedure; and 5) constructivist approaches to mutually constitutive relations and the role of acculturation in interinstitutional dynamics. The project will contain a comparative element, which may either include multiple EU policy areas, member states, different institutional levels across which Commission-Council relations and Commission-member state relations are found, and/or a comparison between the infringement procedure and policy-specific enforcement procedures (such as the Excessive Deficit procedure). The project will have a mixed- or multi-method research design.
Deadline : 19 February 2023
(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate: Online Labour Markets (Gig Economy)
The Department of Business Administration at the Nijmegen School of Management is offering up to two PhD positions, each on a contract for 4-5 years, starting at the candidates’ earliest convenience. Each PhD position is part of an ERC-funded research project of international excellence on the ‘gig economy’, studying online labour markets and their institutional foundations. Enabling the hiring of service workers through internet-based platforms, the gig economy is revolutionising traditional employment. The socio-economic consequences are massive, ranging from increased work autonomy to the possible erosion of labour standards. Interestingly, the opportunities and threats of the gig economy are distributed unevenly across countries, also depending on national regulation of dependent employment. To better understand how the gig economy operates (e.g. with regard to its institutional foundations, its impacts on national labour markets and needs for regulation), each of the two PhD candidates will collect and analyse large-N data of (1) gig requesters and (2) online platforms. Possible analyses include, but are not limited to, advanced regression techniques, discrete choice experiments and sequence analyses.
Deadline : 19 March 2023
About Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands –Official Website
Radboud University is a public research university located in Nijmegen, Netherlands. The university bears the name of Saint Radboud, a 9th century Dutch bishop who was known for his intellect and support of the underprivileged.
Established in 1923, Radboud University has consistently been included in the top 150 of universities in the world by four major university ranking tables. As of 2020, it ranks 105th in the Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities. Internationally, RU is known for its strong research output. In 2019, 447 PhD degrees were awarded, and 7.571 scientific articles were published. To bolster the international exchange of academic knowledge, Radboud University joined the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities in 2016.
Located on a green campus in the southern Heyendaal neighbourhood of Nijmegen, the campus houses 7 faculties that conduct teaching and research in Arts, Law, Management, Medical Sciences, Social Sciences and Theology, Philosophy and Religious Studies. In addition to these faculties, the campus also hosts the Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics, a world class research centre devoted to the understanding of human language and communication.
Among its alumni Radboud University counts 12 Spinoza Prize laureates and 1 Nobel Prize laureate, Sir Konstantin Novoselov, the discoverer of graphene. Other notable alumni include former Prime Minister of the Netherlands Dries van Agt, former chairman of Unilever Marijn Emmanuel Dekkers, influential priest and theologian Henri Nouwen, and First Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans. Former students have also won 3 Olympic medals since 2000 (all in rowing).
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