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16 PhD Degree-Fully Funded at Linkoping University, Sweden

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Linkoping University, Sweden 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 Linkoping University, Sweden.

Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.

 

(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Infra informatics with an orientation in railway systems

Rail travel in Sweden increases year by year. Hence, capacity is insufficient, and we need to improve the traffic planning. Especially when there are major disturbances, where several trains need to be rescheduled with a short time notice, it is important to find new timetable slots to minimize the consequence of the disturbance. Here you will participate in developing the timetabling process together with a strong research team in co-operation with the Swedish infrastructure manager Trafikverket and the branch program Capacity in the Railway Traffic System (KAJT), and additional organisations associated with the EU project Europe’s Rail. The aim is to develop mathematical models for describing how trains can be rescheduled and what delays will result from various plans. An objective can, for example, be to minimize the number of cancelled trains, minimize the deviation from the original timetable or maximize the socio-economic benefit. The models should be used as a decision support for rescheduling the near future once a major disturbance has been known.

Deadline : December, 2 2022.

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(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Information Theoretic Security

The Information Theory group within the Department of Electrical Engineering uses information and coding theoretic methods to develop reliable/secure/private/robust/low-complexity/low-latency communication, identification, and computation methods for future networks to approach the ultimate performance limits by using Shannon-theoretic way of thinking. Applications of these methods include physical layer security, private distributed learning, multi-function computations, biometric and hardware-intrinsic security, etc. We invite strongly motivated students to apply for a PhD position to conduct research on Information Theoretic Security and/or Code Constructions for Security, including Physical Layer Security. Details of the research project will be decided based on the accepted candidate’s background. Close collaboration with Erik G. Larsson from the Communication Systems group as well as international collaborations will take place.

Deadline : November 25, 2022.

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(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in wood-based sustainable materials for organic solar cells

Organic solar cells (OSCs) are based on semiconducting carbon-based materials, which absorb visible light and transform the solar energy into electrical energy. Compared with the commercial silicon solar cells, OSCs have unique advantages. For example, they can be manufactured through low-cost printing technologies (organic semiconductors can be dissolved in organic solvents and thus used as ink); they can be made semi-transparent with selectable colors which can be used architecturally in building integration, thus delivering both aesthetic and environmental benefits; OSCs have a shorter energy payback time compared with other solar cells technologies (energy needed for production of OSCs is available after six months of use under typical sunlight conditions in northern Europe).

Deadline : 25 November. 2022

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(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Conductive wood

Ionically and electrically conductive wood can be formed by letting conducting polymers diffuse into pretreated wood and used in supercapacitors and transistors. The concept of conductive wood is interesting from a sustainability perspective due to the potential for reduced processing compared to devices based on cellulose or CNF. Further development and improvement require a deeper understanding of the molecular mechanisms and interfaces. Therefore, the PhD student will pursue investigations with these main objectives: (i) Improved nanoscale understanding of the interaction between wood (cellulose, lignin, hemicellulose) and conductive polymers with emphasis on polythiophenes; (ii) Understanding of the conditions under which conductive polymer precursors will polymerize within wood samples; (iii) Wood pretreatment procedures that will improve the formation and/or the diffusion of conductive polymers in wood; (iv) Improved electrical conductivity and long-term stability of conductive wood. The work will include design/preparation of conductive wood samples and characterization with special emphasis on molecular interfaces and interactions, using methods such as e.g. SEM, X-ray scattering, FTIR, XPS, scanning probe techniques, as well as electrical and electrochemical characterization of macroscopic properties.

Deadline : 25 November 2022

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(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Biomedical devices based on cellulose nanocomposites

The integration of electronic devices with sustainable, biodegradable materials is of growing interest in bioelectronics and healthcare. Abundant, renewable materials such as cellulose and lignin with excellent mechanical and electrical properties are promising for applications in these fields. Interesting composite material properties for such biomedical devices include electronic and ionic conductivity, both mixed conduction in the same material and separately, as well as gel, foam, and adhesive properties, where a degree of crosslinking is an important parameter for biodegradable and transient electronics. The PhD student will primarily pursue the development of cellulose composites and biomedical devices including: 1) Ionically conductive, crosslinkable adhesive hydrogels with micron-scale patterning possibility to enhance the interface between technology and tissue, 2) Bioresorbable substrates to provide mechanical stability for medical implants, while dissolving afterward leaving minimally invasive electronics in place, and 3) Transient medical devices for short to mid-term therapeutic use. Advancement within these areas using naturally sustainable, degradable materials will not only improve bioelectronic devices themselves, but aid in the issues of waste and toxic degradation of traditional electronics. The initially targeted applications will build on existing collaborations and ongoing work related to recording and stimulation technologies for the peripheral and central nervous system.

Deadline : 25 November 2022

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(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in organic/polymer chemistry on the synthesis of recyclable electroactive coatings

You will focus on combining cellulose derivatives and functionalized conjugated polymers, with the aim to create robust electroactive cellulose coatings that can be recycled. In particular the synthesis of functionalized conjugated polymers will be explored, to improve interactions between cellulosic materials and conjugated polymers so that material properties can efficiently be transferred between one another. The ultimate goal is to create, and gain insight into functionalized conjugated materials that not only display good electrical and mechanical properties but also long-term operational stability, water-based processing, and reversible crosslinking chemistry.

Deadline : 25 November 2022

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(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in organic/polymer chemistry on the utilization of forest-based synthons for the synthesis of conjugated polymers

You will explore the utilization of forest-based and other biomass-based synthons for the synthesis of conjugated monomers and polymers in a retrosynthetic fashion. In this project monomer designs such as furan, pyrrole and thiophene monomers are pursued that will be used as basic building blocks in high-performance and stable opto-electronic materials. This work will be done in close collaboration with other members in the WWSC 3.0 program You will be based at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE), belonging to the Department of Science and Technology, at the university’s Norrköping Campus. LOE is renowned for its world-leading research on electronic devices based on organic electroactive materials. Its primary theme involves the coupling of ions and electrons as signal carriers for applications in printed electronics, organic energy- and electrochemical devices, and organic bioelectronics. Currently, the research staff of the Laboratory includes about 150 researchers (professors, senior and junior scientists, and PhD students). Read more at www.liu.se/loe

Deadline : 25 November 2022.

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(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Wood-based electrochemical devices

As the prospective student, you will develop and investigate organic, and, in particular, cellulose-based porous membranes and electrodes comprising ionic groups, conducting polymers, and electrocatalysts, following initial encouraging results already obtained in this laboratory. You will also design and investigate the integration of such membrane-electrode assemblies in electrochemical devices such as redox flow batteries, fuel cells, electrolyzers. Your main research tool will therefore be electrochemistry. The materials development will be complemented by various analysis techniques, such as atomic force, electron, and optical microscopies, spectroscopic and electrical characterization methods. You will collaborate and find common language with organic and cellulose chemists, as well as with modelling specialists at LiU and other universities and companies. LOE/ITN is renowned for its world-leading research on electrochemical devices, bioelectronics, printed electronics, and nanooptics based on organic materials and involving the coupling of ion and electron movement. Currently, the research staff of LOE includes over 100 researchers (professors, senior and junior scientists, and PhD students) and offers a dynamic multidisciplinary environment, see http://liu.se/loe.

Deadline : 25 November 2022.

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(09) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in organic energy materials

A phd student has various tasks such as attending courses, reading and learning on the research topic, design of experiments, performing experiments and analyzing the results, writing scientific articles, presenting orally the research in conferences, driving the research. More especially, the research topic is about the physico-chemical and electrochemical properties of the biopolymer lignin, its dispersion and interaction with carbon materials. The purpose is to make novel materials for green batteries. The research unit of organic energy materials is a part of the laboratory of organic electronics, and carries out research, undergraduate and postgraduate education within applied physics. The laboratory is also a part of a large center called the Wallenberg Wood Science Center (WWSC) in which the phd studied will be elaborated.

Deadline : 25 november 2022.

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(10) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Applied Physics – Computational studies of functional biopolymers from trees.

The PhD student will perform computational simulation and modeling of functional biopolymers and materials from trees such as nanocellulose, lignin and their composites, as well as perform modelling of devices made from these materials (such as membranes, electrodes etc). The computer simulation and modelling will be ranged from the ab initio and Molecular Dynamics simulations on the atomistic level to the drift-diffusion simulation on the device level to answer the fundamental questions concerning material morphology, structure, ion diffusion, device performance and many others. The simulation and modeling activity will be carried out in a tight collaboration with the experimental teams at LOE, as well as with teams at Chalmers University of Technology and Royal Institute of Technology where the obtained theoretical results will help to understand and guide the material and device design for better and enhanced performance, and, vice versa, the input from the experiment will provide an essential motivation for the theory.

Deadline : 25 November 2022.

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(11) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Wood-based stretchable electronics

Today stretchable electronics for wearables is based on synthetic elastomers and often potentially harmful metals. To minimize the environmental footprint, wearable devices should be easily disposable and made up of environmentally friendly and sustainable materials. The PhD student will work towards this goal by developing wood-based stretchable electronics based on novel composites and processes. The main objectives are to i) Develop wood-based materials for stretchable electronics, including conductor composites, substrates, dielectrics, and electrolytes. ii) Establishing additive processes for fabrication. iii) Develop device concepts around wood-based stretchable materials, including batteries, stretchable circuits boards, and NFC tags. The PhD studies will include synthesis and processing of materials and components, together with characterization of electrical/mechanical material properties and device performance.

Deadline : 25 November 2022

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(12) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Student in Applied Physics, with focus on Organic Photonics and Nanooptics

The Laboratory of Organic Electronics (LOE, www.liu.se/LOE) is a vibrant, international and collaborative research environment of around 140 researchers. We study conducting organic materials and hybrid materials, and their use in an array of areas spanning energy harvesting, printed electronics, photonics, and bioelectronics. The PhD student will join the Organic photonics and Nanooptics group at LOE (www.mpjonsson.com), headed by Prof. Magnus Jonsson. Recent interests of the group include wood-based optics, organic tunable nanooptics, and structural coloration. Examples of applications include radiative cooling, tuneable metaoptics, sensors, energy conversion and reflective displays. The PhD studies of this position will focus on optical and nanooptical effects in different cellulose-based materials and systems, within the initiative of the Wallenberg Wood Science Centre (wwsc.se).

Deadline : 25 November 2022.

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(13) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student position in Computer Science within CUGS Research School

Skilled and committed employees are a crucial factor in the success of Linköping University. And we need more of them. Our core expertise comes from teachers and researchers, but a successful university requires experienced and motivated employees in many fields. Everyone is important. We need to recruit many new employees thanks to, among all, an expansion in our research activity. We need you here. We look forward to receiving your application!

Deadline :November 14, 2022.

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(14) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Technology and Social Change

The PhD student is expected to conduct critical research related to patient involvement in care settings or in health care development. Particular focus is on what patient involvement means in practice, for example, from patients’ of professionals’ perspectives. Specific topics of study are open to be formulated in dialogue between PhD student and supervisor.

The selected candidate will be expected to write scholarly articles in English, alone and possibly together with other researchers. The selected candidate will also be expected to take part in seminars at the Department of Technology and Social Change and at the Centre for Medical Humanities and Bioethics.

Deadline : 14 November, 2022.

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(15) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Technology and Social Change

As a doctoral student, you devote most of your time to doctoral studies and the research projects of which you are part. Your work may also include teaching or other departmental duties, up to a maximum of 20% of full-time. Apart from being engaged in Tema T’s research education, the PhD student will also take part in joint activities (courses, workshops etc.) of the national “Energy Systems Research School” together with PhD students from other parts of Sweden. The position is part of the project “Integrating data-driven decision-support, energy models and data analytics in urban transition governance”, which is one of five new interdisciplinary projects within the national Energy Systems Research School. The project will study possibilities for the use of urban data in a more reflective and needs-oriented way to enable informed decisions in the transition to climate-neutral cities. The PhD at Linköping University will work together in the project with a more engineering-oriented PhD student at KTH in Stockholm.

Deadline : 14 November, 2022

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(16) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Environmental Sciences with a social science focus to tema Environmental change

We are looking for a social scientist with a great interest in transformational change at the intersection of politics, climate, technology, and industry. The PhD student position is announced within the project “Below zero – Responsible and adaptive realization of sociotechnical bioenergy systems with carbon capture and storge”, funded by the Swedish Energy Agency. The project will be integrated into the LUNETs research programme and the research education is carried out within the Graduate School in Energy Systems. Taking the implementation gap as a departure point, the project seeks to improve the understanding of socio-technical barriers to BECCS at different levels of governance: the EU, in Sweden and in management of businesses.

Deadline : 2 November 2022.

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About Linkoping University, Sweden  –Official Website

Linköping University  is a public university in Linköping, Sweden. Linköping University was granted full university status in 1975 and is now one of Sweden’s larger academic institutions. Education, research and PhD training are the mission of four faculties: Arts and Sciences, Educational Sciences, Medicine and Health Sciences, and the Institute of Technology. In order to facilitate interdisciplinary work, there are 12 large departments combining knowledge from several disciplines and often belonging under more than one faculty. Linköping University emphasises dialogue with the surrounding business sphere and the community at large, both in terms of research and education. In 2018, Linköping University was home to 32,000 students and 4,000 employees.

 

 

 

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