University of Helsinki, Finland 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 University of Helsinki, Finland.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Doctoral Researcher in Super-Resolution Microscopy
We are seeking a doctoral researcher to work in a project aiming to understand how different bacteria can grow across large temperature ranges from 0°C to 100°C. To understand temperature adaptation, we use super-resolution microscopy and single molecule tracking to record the movement and interactions of individual molecules, such as RNA polymerase and ribosome, inside live cells. Single molecule dynamics report on the molecular interactions in real-time, acting as a probe for changes in the complex intracellular environment. Additionally, we apply single-cell perturbations, machine learning and modelling to analyze, integrate, and make sense of single-cell and molecule level data. The obtained knowledge will help us to understand adaptation to extreme temperatures and the limits of cellular life.
Deadline : 15.12.2022
(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Doctoral researcher, accelerator-based materials physics
The main task of the doctoral researcher will be the development of the MEIS (Medium Energy Ion Scattering) technique for use in the ALD center activities at Helsinki Accelerator laboratory. MEIS is used to acquire information on the composition of the near-surface region (few tens of nm) of the samples with near monolayer depth resolution. Development includes building of the measurement system and development of the analysis method to examine elemental composition, crystalline structure (damage and location of impurity atoms) and 3D structures, such as nanoparticles and nucleation sites in the samples. The doctoral researcher will also employ other ion beam analysis techniques to obtain a comparative or complementary description of the samples. With the development of MEIS, the doctoral researcher will be expected to develop multi-technique analysis, including all the information from different techniques to obtain self-consistent multi-technique characterization of the samples. Ion beam techniques considered for the analysis of the ALD samples are typically ERDA (Elastic Recoil Detection Analysis), RBS (Rutherford Back Scattering), MEIS and LEIS (Low Energy Ion Scattering), but may include also other techniques. The doctoral researcher will also actively characterize thin film samples coming from the other members of the ALD center.
Deadline : 30.11.2022
(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Doctoral Researcher, Multidisciplinary Center of Excellence in Antimicrobial Resistance Research
We invite applications in order to recruit a Doctoral researcher who will work together with us to realize the scientific mission of the CoE. Overall, the suitable scientific backgrounds and fields include but are not limited to Infectious diseases, Experimental evolution, Microbiology, Sociology, Evolutionary biology and Bioinformatics. Together we will do field, social, laboratory as well as computational integrative science to understand AMR. If you are motivated to work in a multidisciplinary environment and can contribute to the research mission of the unit, do not hesitate to apply even if your background is not directly in the listed areas. Fluency in English and excellent writing skills are essential.
Deadline : 24.11.2022
(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Doctoral Researcher in Spatial Modelling of Greenery Exposure
The doctoral researcher will focus on analysing people’s everyday mobilities in urban environments and their exposure to greenery during these travels. During the PhD process, the researchers will grow to be an expert of travel-related greenery exposure modelling using mobile big data and seasonally sensitive greenery information, from the perspective of wellbeing and spatial and social equality. The doctoral researcher will have a key role in developing relevant human scale greenery measures, analysing population level mobility patterns using big data, developing the novel Green Paths tool to identify alternative routes for people and/or to map the spatial and temporal distribution of greenery exposure during everyday travels in the study cities. The candidate may also participate in the ex-situ and in-situ experimentation designed to gain understanding on the association between travel environment greenery and wellbeing. Overall, the doctoral researcher is welcomed to take part in the Lab activities at large, and they may teach and supervise students in the Geography Master’s Programme.
Deadline : 20.11.2022
(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Doctoral Researcher, PAIN
The Doctoral Researcher will be a member of a four-person project team. The candidate will be working independently on a topic within the project’s scope, focusing on late nineteenth- and/or early twentieth-century Britain or USA, depending on their research interests. Their research will examine sensory and/or emotional experiences of pain in some form, with a preference on under-represented groups’ histories (e.g. women, ethnic/religious/LGBTQI+ minorities, children). Typically, the research would involve examining both archival and printed sources, tracing experiences of pain in a variety of autobiographical sources (e.g. letters, journals, memoirs).
Deadline : 15.11.2022
(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Doctoral Researcher, ELBOW
The Doctoral Researcher will be employed for 48 months to complete PhD studies in the Doctoral Programme in History and Cultural Heritage. The position is associated with the European Research Council-funded research project Medical Electricity, Embodied Experiences, and Knowledge Construction in Europe and the Atlantic World, c.1740–1840 (ELBOW). Lead by Dr Soile Ylivuori, ELBOW uses medical electricity as a case study to investigate how patients’ embodied and experiential knowledge influenced the construction of scientific knowledge. For more details on the project, see the project website.
Deadline : 15.11.2022
About The University of Helsinki, Finland – Official Website
The University of Helsinki is a university located in Helsinki, Finland since 1829, but founded in the city of Turku (in Swedish Åbo) in 1640 as the Royal Academy of Åbo, at that time part of the Swedish Empire. It is the oldest and largest university in Finland with the widest range of disciplines available. In 2018, around 31,200 students were enrolled in the degree programs of the university spread across 11 faculties and 11 research institutes.
As of 1 August 2005, the university complies with the harmonized structure of the Europe-wide Bologna Process and offers bachelor, master, licenciate, and doctoral degrees. Admission to degree programmes is usually determined by entrance examinations, in the case of bachelor’s degrees, and by prior degree results, in the case of master and postgraduate degrees. Entrance is particularly selective (circa 15% of the yearly applicants are admitted). It has been ranked a top 100 university in the world according to the 2016 ARWU, QS and THE rankings.
The university is bilingual, with teaching by law provided both in Finnish and Swedish. Since Swedish, albeit an official language of Finland, is a minority language, Finnish is by far the dominating language at the university. Teaching in English is extensive throughout the university at master, licentiate, and doctoral levels, making it a de facto third language of instruction.
Remaining true to its traditionally strong Humboldtian ethos, the University of Helsinki places heavy emphasis on high-quality teaching and research of a top international standard. It is a member of various prominent international university networks, such as Europaeum, UNICA, the Utrecht Network, and is a founding member of the League of European Research Universities.
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