University of Stavanger, 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 Stavanger, Norway.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD in Iron Age textile manufacture
The main objective of this PhD project should be to achieve novel knowledge of Iron Age textile production by using a combination of archaeological, experimental and/or archaeometric research methods. The manufacturing of wool and textiles of high quality involve a long and complex production sequence, based on a wide spectrum of knowledge, beginning with the breeding of sheep, feeding and grazing regimes, the plucking, sorting and dyeing of the wool, to the finished cloth or tablet woven band. Empirical knowledge of the operational chains and the spectrum of actors involved in prehistoric textile production is needed. Rather than focusing on one specific textile production technique, the successful candidate with take into account the whole complex of the production sequence and from there, zoom in on aspects of the process (production, use, deposition, context). Studies aiming to identify wool colours and thus the aesthetic and visual aspects of the Iron Age dress are also welcomed.
Deadline : 21st November 2022
(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellowship in Energy Efficiency and Automated Decision-making
The University of Stavanger invites applicants for a PhD Fellowship in Energy Efficiency and Automated Decision-making at the Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering. The position is vacant from January 2023. This is a trainee position that will give promising researchers an opportunity for academic development through a PhD education leading to a doctoral degree. The hired candidate will be admitted to the PhD program in Science and Technology. The education includes relevant courses to about six months of study, a dissertation based on independent research, participation in national and international research environments, relevant academic communication, a trial lecture and public defence. Read more about the PhD education at UiS on our website.
Deadline : 17th November 2022
(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: Ph.D. scholarship at the Department of Teacher Education in professional education development and/or special needs education
The University of Stavanger invites applicants for up to three PhD Fellowship in in professional education and/or special needs education at the Faculty of Arts and Education, Department of Teacher Education and Sports Science. The position is vacant from 1.1.2023. Applicants need to be in possession of excellent Norwegian language proficiency and in-depth knowledge of the Norwegian education system prior to the appointment. This is a trainee position that will give promising researchers an opportunity for academic development through a PhD education leading to a doctoral degree. Furthermore, the positions will help strengthen the research expertise among teacher trainers in general education and special needs education.
Deadline : 11th November 2022
(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Media and Communication
The PhD student will be researching under the broad area of “Responsible media technologies for a sustainable future,” which aims to cover overarching themes cutting across the areas of media technologies, energy and environment, and management. The aim of this project is to strengthen the consideration for technological sustainability in the Norwegian media industries and in digital policy formation, contributing to a more sustainable future in media technology development and application. We are particularly interested in submissions that investigate the role of sustainability during the production, distribution, and consumption of media content and services, both from a social and technological perspective. This includes the environmental impact of hardware production, e-waste management, and physical infrastructures such as cables and cell towers, as well as the managerial and leadership aspects that can lead to industry and policy change.
Deadline : 10th November 2022
(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellowship in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Drill String Mechanics
The drilling of wells is performed by applying weight and torque to the drill bit at the bottom of a long and slender drill string, while a fluid is circulated through the well to ensure hole cleaning and lubrication of the drill string. As the drill string can be in a complex state of vibration, and exhibit both axial, torsional and lateral vibrations, it is essential to understand how drill string vibrations affect fluid hydraulics and particle transport along the well. This research project will focus on the modelling of fluid flow and particle transport within confined, annular geometries, such as the annulus between a drill string and the borehole wall, with the goal of improving our understanding of fluid dynamics and drill string mechanics. The research will address the interaction between the solid and fluid phases by solving the coupled governing equations, and will investigate the roles of fluid rheology, flow regime and borehole inclination on the transport of particles and the drill string motion. The industrial motivation for the study is to develop more efficient diagnostics of drill string vibrations, and to enable control of particularly lateral motion of the string through new downhole tools.
Deadline : 4th November 2022
(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellowship in Control for Digital-to-analogue Converters and Switched Systems
The PhD Fellow will be affiliated with the following project “Ultra-linear Digital-to-analogue Conversion” (ULDAC). The project aims to develop methods for digital-to-analogue conversion enabling a dynamic range in excess of 1 part-per-million (21 effective number of bits), at high speed and with low latency, using advanced control theory and dithering techniques in combination with the latest CMOS fabrication technology. This level of performance has never been achieved before and will define the new state-of-the-art in the field. High-resolution digital-to-analogue conversion and control has a wide array of applications, including adaptive optics, semiconductor lithography, fabrication, and inspection, laser interferometry, metrology (measurement science), imaging and manipulation in microbiology, chemistry, materials science, and scanning probe microscopy in general. Furthermore, methods relating to analogue-digital conversion will have major impact in renewable energy production and distribution, communications technology and other fields.
Deadline : 3rd November 2022
(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellow in Artistic Research: Performance Practice in Classical Music/Art Music
We are looking for an experienced performer who wants to complete a PhD program in artistic research. The successful candidate will be employed in a full-time position as a Research Fellow for a period of three years. We are looking for a performer who wants to investigate, develop, and reflect over their own artistic practice. The PhD project must consist of artistic projects/results, supported by reflection material in the form of text or similar. The successful applicant will be enrolled on our PhD programme in artistic research, recently established in collaboration with the University of Agder. The position is meant to qualify for artistic work and artistic research at a national and international level.
Deadline : 31st October 2022
(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellowship in Methods for Linearising Switched and Quantised Systems
The PhD Fellow will be affiliated with the following project “Ultra-linear Digital-to-analogue Conversion”. The project aims to develop methods for linearising switched and quantised systems. Existing methods include pulse-width modulation, delta-sigma modulation, noise-shaping, dithering and model-predictive control. The project will aim at developing methods suitable for high bandwidth and low computational complexity. The ability to use control signals to smooth non-linearities has been known in control engineering since the 1940’s, and was successfully applied to reduce friction (mechanical lubrication) in cannon turrets and quench limit cycles due to non-linear valves in hydroelectric power plants. In more recent years such methods has been extensively used in power electronics to improve power quality and reliability, to achieve “super-resolution” in digital signal processing: e.g. for image processing (most notable the Hubble space telescope), distortion-free re-quantisation between data types, or high-fidelity audio recording.
Deadline : 25th October 2022
About University of Stavanger, Norway –Official Website
The University of Stavanger is a university located in Stavanger, Norway. UiS was established in 2005 when the former Høgskolen i Stavanger received university status. It had about 11,000 students and 1,370 administrative, faculty and service staff in 2017.
It is organised in six faculties: Educational Sciences and Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Technology, Performing Arts, Health Sciences and the Norwegian School of Management at UiS. There are also two national centres of expertise and the Museum of Archaeology. The university campus is located in the neighborhood of Ullandhaug.
The University of Stavanger is currently the third highest ranked in Norway in terms of research publications per member of scientific staff. The university became a member of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU) in October 2012.
The university offers doctorates in: Literacy; Risk Management and Societal Safety; Educational Sciences; Health and Medicine; Management, Economics and Tourism; Sociology, Social Work and Culture & Society; Chemistry and Biological Science; Offshore Technology; Petroleum Technology; Risk Management and Societal Safety- Technical/Scientific Approach; and Information Technology, Mathematics, and Physics.
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