University of Oslo, Norway 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 Oslo, Norway.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellowship in Innovation Policy and Sustainability Transitions
The center aims to broaden the understanding of the industrial development and sustainability transitions, and focuses on developments in sectors such as energy, oil and gas, shipping/maritime transport, bioeconomy and process industries. There are several theoretical and methodological approaches, and is organized around four research streams:
Deadline : 30th April 2022
(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellowships in Innovation Studies and Science & Technology Studies
3 Doctoral Research Fellowships (position code 1017) are available at TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo (UiO) from 1 August 2022. Candidates are invited to apply for a three-year Ph.D. Research Fellowship within the Centre’s research fields. Two of the fellowships are within the field of Science & Technology Studies and one within Innovation Studies.
Deadline : 30th April 2022
(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD position in the project “Epidemic traces”
We invite applications for a three-to-four-year position as PhD candidate (SKO1017) in social anthropology to be based at the Department of Social Anthropology, starting in the beginning of the 2022-23 academic year. The candidate will independently develop and conduct a PhD research project in Kenya, examining how vaccination practices, institutions and infrastructures, as they have been deployed over time, shape present and future social, material, and political relations, including the conditions of health and its governance. This will form part of the broader project “Epidemic Traces. Remains of infectious disease control in Africa” (EpiTraces), which investigates how epidemic and anti-epidemic measures durably alter bodies, ecologies, landscapes, infrastructures, kinship and activism in various African sites.
Deadline : 22nd April 2022
(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD research fellow
Applications are invited for a 3-4 year PhD fellowship available at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo, Norway. The position is open for candidates with a Master’s degree in Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Biology, or other relevant areas.
The successful applicant will join the lab of Prof. Sascha Frühholz, which is part of the Section for Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience. Our lab studies the neural foundations of emotional processing from various social and environmental signals using a variety of neuroscientific methods (fMRI, EEG, intracranial recordings, psychoacoustic experiments, etc.).
Deadline : 3rd April 2022
(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Research Fellowship in Social Psychology
The fellowship is devoted to carrying out a Ph.D. project within the context of “virtuous cycles in romantic relationships.” The successful candidate will have the opportunity to co-develop the exact focus of their Ph.D. within this context. Both a more theory-focused approach with longitudinal measurements, as well as a more intervention-focused approach with experiments and evaluation studies are welcome. The dynamic nature of relationships and their emotional significance should thereby always be theorized and potentially modeled. A part of the Ph.D. will focus on kama muta in relationships (see www.kamamutalab.org). A part will also be devoted to analyzing existing data, mainly survey data and video material (in English) from conversations within couples on positive aspects of their relationship and Norwegian transcripts from affect consciousness interviews with clinical populations. The successful candidate will independently conduct their studies, which will result in 3 related manuscripts to be published in relevant international peer-reviewed psychology journals. The three papers will tackle the topic from different angles, and the respective study designs will use different methodologies with a strong quantitative focus.
Deadline : 4th April 2022
(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Research Fellowship in Social Psychology
A 3-4-year position as Ph.D. Fellow is available in the Section of Method, Work, Cultural, and Social psychology (MAKS) at the Department of Psychology, University of Oslo. The position is associated with the social psychology group.
The fellowship is devoted to carrying out a Ph.D. project within the project “EMPOWER: Sustainable Batteries in Mobility – (Em)powering a Net-zero Energy Transition”. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work on this topic in an interdisciplinary team. The work encompasses engaging with various stakeholders (interviews and semi-structured group settings), and designing, running, analyzing and reporting large-scale surveys. The successful candidate will collaborate closely with junior and senior colleagues who focus on material science, energy systems-modelling, education, law and a planetary boundary perspective. A solid background in psychology plus an openness for learning about these other perspectives on the topic are therefore needed to successfully complete this PhD. The required output are three related papers to be published in relevant, high-quality international peer-reviewed journals. The three papers will tackle the topic from different angles, and the respective study designs will use different methodologies with a strong quantitative and multi-level focus.
Deadline : 27th April 2022
(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Research Fellowships in Economics
The position will be associated with the project “Principles under pressure? A study of governmental crisis management”, funded by the Research Council of Norway and led by principal investigator Professor Karen Helene Ulltveit-Moe. The primary objective of this project is to provide new knowledge on the nature of economic crises, and on which lessons that can be transferred from one crisis to another. The project aims to provide new knowledge on the effects of crisis policies, and to investigate the scope for improved policy-design. A specific object of research will be to analyze the Covid19 crisis in Norway with a focus on allocation and efficiency and compare this crisis with other crises in the past. The project will rely on Norwegian micro data from administrative registers. For this position we are looking for a candidate with a strong analytical background and econometric skills, and a sincere interest in the topic of the project.
Deadline : 6th April 2022
About The University of Oslo, Norway – Official Website
The University of Oslo, until 1939 named the Royal Frederick University is the oldest university in Norway, located in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. Until 1 January 2016 it was the largest Norwegian institution of higher education in terms of size, now surpassed only by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The Academic Ranking of World Universities has ranked it the 58th best university in the world and the third best in the Nordic countries. In 2015, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked it the 135th best university in the world and the seventh best in the Nordics. While in its 2016, Top 200 Rankings of European universities, the Times Higher Education listed the University of Oslo at 63rd, making it the highest ranked Norwegian university.
The university has approximately 27,700 students and employs around 6,000 people. Its faculties include (Lutheran) theology (with the Lutheran Church of Norway having been Norway’s state church since 1536), law, medicine, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, dentistry, and education. The university’s original neoclassical campus is located in the centre of Oslo; it is currently occupied by the Faculty of Law. Most of the university’s other faculties are located at the newer Blindern campus in the suburban West End. The Faculty of Medicine is split between several university hospitals in the Oslo area. The university also includes some formally independent, affiliated institutes such as the Centre for International Climate and Environmental Research (CICERO), NKVTS and the Frisch Centre.
The university was founded in 1811 and was modeled after the University of Copenhagen and the recently established University of Berlin. It was originally named for King Frederick VI of Denmark and Norway, and received its current name in 1939. The university is informally also known as Universitetet (“the university”), having been the only university in Norway, until 1946 and was commonly termed “The Royal Frederick’s” (Det Kgl. Frederiks), before the name change.
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded in the university’s Atrium, from 1947 to 1989 and will be so again in 2020, making it the only university in the world to be involved in awarding a Nobel Prize. Since 2003, the Abel Prize is awarded in the Atrium. Five researchers affiliated with the university have been Nobel laureates.
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