University of Copenhagen, Denmark 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 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.
(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Fertilization and Climate Change
The Department of Environmental Sciences, Section of Plant and Soil Science invites applicants for a PhD fellowship in Foliar N fertilization: A path to green agricultural production. The project is part of the research project “FoliarN”, which is financed by the Danish Research Foundation
Deadline : 1 June 2023,
(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Molecular Biophysics
We invite applications for a PhD position in biophysics. The research aim is to use different computer simulations to understand how the shape of mitochondrial membranes emerges. The project is part of a research project entitled “Coupling Architectures of the Cellular Powerhouse to Energy Production States”, which is financed by Sapere Aude: DFF-Forskningsleder.
Deadline : 29-05-2023
(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in cybersecurity and care
As computers have become part of nearly every aspect of our lives, so too have the dangers of being hacked, harassed or attacked through technology. Yet security systems designed to prevent this are often so badly designed that they are disabled or ignored by users. Security systems can even exacerbate existing problems with technology – such as failing to support those who care for others, or by allowing those with shared access to abuse that access. Recent research has documented how security is a shared activity, often organised within homes or families. Those relationships often involve care relationships – such as between parents and children, or between the elderly and their care givers. Amongst the many responsibilities of carers, carers need to manage others’ digital resources – such as bank accounts and security information. This can be difficult when these services are designed for single user usage.
Deadline : 26 May 2023
(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Formal Verification
Runtime monitoring is the task of identifying complex temporal patterns while incrementally processing streams of events. Tools that solve this task are called monitors. They input a temporal pattern specification, process the stream event-wise, and output verdicts that indicate for each event whether a pattern occurs at the event’s position in the stream. Some monitors use implicit specifications: they fix a particular temporal pattern and use a dedicated, optimized algorithm for the monitoring task. Other monitors support entire temporal pattern specification languages and input the specification explicitly as part of their workflow. The goal of this PhD project is to develop and compare monitors for both implicit specifications and explicit and expressive pattern specification languages that scale to high-volume and high-velocity data streams. Implicit monitors are always tied to an application area. As a specific application, we intend to use implicit monitors to assure the correctness of an interactive proof assistant—a tool that checks formal mathematical proofs—which carries out thousands of logical inferences in what appears to its users as a single automatic proof step.
Deadline : 15 May 2023
(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD in Plant Ecology
Strong, ongoing warming in the Arctic is causing drastic changes on arctic vegetation and plant functionality, which can modify potential roles of the arctic ecosystems in the climate system. This amplified warming is expected to largely increase the frequency of heatwaves in this region. Under heatwaves, we expect a reduced plant uptake of CO2, but a large burst of stress volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as a plant defense mechanism. Meanwhile, plants can also acclimate to the warmer condition and might change stress responses to heatwaves depending on the preceding growth condition.
Deadline : 14th May 2023
(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in forest carbon stock and resource modelling
The proposed project focuses on the development of tools necessary for coherent analysis of emission profiles including cross-sectorial emissions and temporal aspects of forest carbon capture and storage hitherto not combined in previous studies. With multiple pathways that forests may aid in the green transition, i.e., afforestation, setting aside of untouched forests, or managing forests for wood production and bioenergy, the proposed project centers itself in the middle of a pertinent and needed debate about the climatic consequences of forest development.
Deadline : 12 May 2023,
(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology at the Department of Biomedical Sciences Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences University of Copenhagen
Cardiac activation has long been thought to occur solely through conduction from cell to cell via gap junctions. However, many findings are at odds with the idea that gap junctions are the sole route of conduction. The aim of the project is to demonstrate a different mode of conduction, which involves changes in the extracellular potential. The investigations will primarily be performed using patch clamp, whole-heart Langendorff perfusion and electron microscopy. We aim to demonstrate whether cell-to-cell activation can occur independent of gap junctional coupling at the cellular and tissue level. A demonstration of electrical field coupling will have high impact on our fundamental understanding of cardiac electrophysiology. It will necessitate a revision of textbooks in human physiology and most importantly change the way we clinically address conduction in cardiac diseases.
Deadline : 8 May 2023
(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Project in methane capture with cyclodextrins
Methane (CH4), a greenhouse gas that is ~86 times more potent than carbon dioxide (CO2) over a 20-year period, is produced on the megatonne scale annually by many industrial and agricultural processes. Capturing this environmentally damaging waste product is an attractive solution to the issue of atmospheric methane pollution. However, methane is an inherently stable molecule with a low polarizability and has a low affinity to other molecules – hence it is difficult to capture efficiently. Cyclic carbohydrates, socalled cyclodextrins, are however able to bind methane. The goal of the project is to find cyclodextrins with high affinity for methane so they can be used to capture this GHG. The Ph.d. fellow will design and synthesize new cyclodextrins derivatives and study their methane binding capabilities to gain insight into this important problem .
Deadline : 8 May 2023
(09) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Plant Nutrition
In the project, we want to study the processes controlling transport of plant nutrients contained in nanoparticles (NPs) across the plant tissue, which will enable us to produce next generation crop fertilizers that are more efficient, sustainable and climate friendly than current conventional fertilizers. We want to improve our understanding of how NPs interact with plant tissue at cellular level. Specifically, we want to study how NPs can be tailored to penetrate the cell wall and become internalized by plant cells. In the project, we take a mechanistic approach to gain an improved understanding on how these processes are controlled at the molecular and cellular level.
Deadline : 7 May 2023,
(10) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD-student in metamorphic petrology
We are looking for candidates within the fields of geology and geochemistry, and more specifically metamorphic petrology. Fieldwork in Greenland will be required, and therefore previous field experience in remote areas is an advantage. Priority will be given to applicants with previous experience using the thermodynamic software for modelling metamorphic systems.
Deadline : 7 May 2023,
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(11) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Experimental Quantum Matter
The work is at the interface between condensed matter device physics and designed quantum matter with prospects in quantum simulations. It takes advantage of novel epitaxial semiconducting-superconducting-ferromagnetic hybrid materials based on 2-dimensional electron gas. The project combines nanofabrication, low-temperature physics using a cryofree dilution refrigerator, low-noise and high-frequency electrical measurement techniques, data analysis, interaction with theoretical physicists, and scientific writing in English.
Deadline : 7 May 2023
(12) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Biodiversity Genomics
The PhD project will explore the genomic architecture of convergent morphological and ecological innovations of syngnathiform fishes. This will be achieved on one hand using comparative genomic approaches across the diversity of syngnathiforms with convergent phenotypes. Secondly, the PhD candidate will lead a project to study populations of different pipefish species adapted to the same environmental conditions (i.e. a salinity gradient across the Baltic Sea). The PhD candidate is expected to participate in the design of experiments, conduct fieldwork collecting fish, and perform bioinformatic analyses. Important research approaches will include bioinformatics, comparative genomics and population genomics, in addition to integrating the morphology and ecology of these fishes. The project will involve a longer research stay abroad at a host institution to be determined.
Deadline : 3 May 2023
(13) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Protein Analytical Chemistry at the Department of Pharmacy
In a collaboration between the Protein Analysis Group and the Microscale Analytical Systems Group, we will develop microfluidic solutions to improve the HDX-MS method. The overall aim of the PhD project is to build on existing work in the group and develop and apply microfluidic components and couple these to mass spectrometry to realize an improved workflow for HDX-MS. The developed microfluidic HDX-MS solutions will be used to investigate several complex protein systems of therapeutic interest.
Deadline : 3 May 2023,
(14) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Respiratory Physiology at the Department Biomedical Sciences
One of the great unanswered questions within respiratory physiology is whether the COPD lung undergoes specific exercise training-induced adaptations or not. Currently, the dogma is that the lung is perhaps the only organ of the human body that does not such changes. In the present study, we will challenge this by examining various aspects of lung function with particular emphasis on pulmonary vascular function both during rest and exercise before and after an extended period (6 months) of regular supervised high-intensity interval training. The findings may both broaden our understanding of basic exercise physiology and will furthermore be of use in the design of rehabilitation programmes for patients with chronic lung diseases.
Deadline : 1 May 2023,
(15) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Optimization of biochar properties for maximum reduction of N2O emissions
The PhD project will investigate: i) which abiotic and biotic changes that biochar application produces and which may be responsible for reduction of soil N2O emissions; ii) how to optimize the biochar production to achieve specific properties/ability of customized biochar to enhance the reduction of soil N2O emissions; and iii) the impact of customized biochar on N and P availability, C storage and crop fertilizer value. The project will use experiments under lab and semi-controlled conditions. This will also include analysis of the mechanisms and factors controlling GHGs emissions in soil amended with different biochar types.
Deadline : 1 May 2023,
(16) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Modelling of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Mineral and Organic Fertilisers
The work of the PhD fellow will be closely connected to the research project KlimaGødning, which aims to to develop a new nitrogen (N) modeling approch that can calculate reliable estimates of nitrous oxide (N2O, a very potent greenhouse gas) emissions at the field level from soil biogeophysical conditions and farm activity data, especially related to mineral and organic N fertilisation. The project builds on the agroecosystem model Daisy (https://daisy.ku.dk/) and entails developing and expanding the current Daisy N submodel to include simulation of N2O emissions. The project includes partners from University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University and SEGES Innovation.
Deadline : 1st of May 2023,
(17) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Fellow, Theology, University of Copenhagen
”Scandinavian ecotheology in international perspective. The candidate will investigate the relation between science- and faith-based views in Scandinavian ecotheology relating to current ecological thinking and climate debates. The applicant must be fluent in one of the Scandinavian languages in order to do her/his research. The candidate will be affiliated with Center for Science and Faith at the Faculty of Theology, and is expected to play a role for research and public communication from this Center”.
Deadline : 1 May 2023
(18) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen (UCPH): The Future of Humanitarian Design
The recruited candidate will form part of the research project ‘The Future of Humanitarian Design (HUD)’. HUD is a four-year Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) funded project. HUD explores how emerging technologies, processes of aesthetic design, and engineering insights can be combined with knowledge from international relations to tackle the crisis facing humanitarianism. To do so, the project is constructed around a form of experimental action research in which International Relations scholars will collaboratively work alongside architects, engineers, and others to lead the co-design of three technological innovations designed to improve humanitarian practice and conditions. In this, the goal is to 1) explore how we might better integrate ‘high theoretical’ and ‘critical’ social scientific concepts and theories into the world of practice (humanitarian and beyond), 2) to see how social science can be more closely ‘bridged’ with engineering, architectural, and design practice and knowledge, and 3) therein, take up the urgent task – especially in the light of recent geopolitical events – of working collaboratively across the sciences to improve the conditions of some of the most vulnerable populations in the world.
Deadline : 1st May 2023
(19) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship at the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
The PhD fellow will work on the project “Coastal Conflicts: Mapping Storm Surge Protection Disagreements and Solutions in Denmark”, funded by the Independent Research Foundation Denmark. PI of the project is Associate Professor Kristoffer Albris. Coastal Conflicts will investigate the social, cultural, and political dimensions of disagreements over coastal protection, while also mapping existing solutions and best practice cases, with the aim of providing suggestions for how storm surge protection measures can be best achieved in the future.
Deadline : 01/05/2023.
(20) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD Scholarship (3 years, full time) in Social Data Science at University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
We are looking for a PhD fellow in the area of Social Data Science, broadly defined. The PhD fellow will be a part of the research initiative “Understanding Human Behaviour: From Prediction to Theory”, which evaluates the utility of a prediction-first approach to inform theory in the social sciences. The initiative aims to 1) To critically investigate the current state-of-the-art methods in machine learning and explainable AI in their ability to inform theories in the social sciences; 2) To draw from different disciplines to inspire new methodologies and ways in which machine learning can be used to inform, test, or challenge theories of human behaviour; 3) To assess the ethical concerns and privacy risks of combining and compiling sensitive datasets to be used together with powerful predictive algorithms as research tools into the human psyche.
Deadline : 01-05-2023
(21) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Molecular Metabolism
The objective of this project is to examine the regulation of a newly discovered capped circulating peptide in mice and humans and its impact on appetite, physiology and body weight regulation. Further, the project aims to uncover the unknown receptor of the peptide and investigate if the peptide works directly or indirectly via known appetite-regulating hormones.
Deadline : 30 April 2023
(22) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: A PhD fellowship in Fate of Nanofertilisers in Soils
The PhD project is part of a larger Novo Nordisk Fonden research project called BioComFert: Biocompatible nanofertilizers for targeted delivery and programmed release of essential mineral ions in crops, led by Professor Søren Husted at PLEN, UCPH and involving several research groups at UCPH and DTU (DK) and at McGill University (Canada). The overall aim of BioComFert is to develop novel nanomaterials for targeted delivery of nutrients via micro- and nanoporous leaf cuticles to the specific plant tissue and organelles where they are needed. A set of nanomaterials are currently being developed with different nutrient loads (i.e., P, Mn) and surface properties, and their effectiveness tested on different plants, involving nanoscale characterisation tools to monitor entry and delivery pathways of these nanofertilisers, and plant nutritional status.
Deadline : 30th of April, 2023,
(23) PhD Degree – Fully Funded
PhD position summary/title: PhD fellowship in Physics of Life
The project is focused on the viruses infecting bacteria (bacteiophages): they are the drivers of microbial ecology, gene transfer and microbial evolution, and also an ideal in-vivo model system to study the interplay between a virus and its host. We aim to explore the virus development upon infection as a dynamic and stochastic process exhibiting decisions. We are also actively studying the role of phages at the population scale and ecology scale and as pattern formation, to the macroscopic scale of epidemics as it spread in a 2 or 3-dimensional geometry. We have a strong connection between experimental and theoretical research: We develop mathematical and computational models to mimic, suggest and perform experiments on these fascinating systems.
Deadline : 30 April 2023
About The University of Copenhagen, Denmark – Official Website
The University of Copenhagen is a public research university in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 1479, the University of Copenhagen is the second-oldest university in Scandinavia, and ranks as one of the top universities in the Nordic countries and Europe.
Its establishment sanctioned by Pope Sixtus IV, the University of Copenhagen was founded by Christian I of Denmark as a Catholic teaching institution with a predominantly theological focus. In 1537, it was re-established by King Christian III as part of the Lutheran Reformation. Up until the 18th century, the university was primarily concerned with educating clergymen. Through various reforms in the 18th and 19th century, the University of Copenhagen was transformed into a modern, secular university, with science and the humanities replacing theology as the main subjects studied and taught.
The University of Copenhagen consists of six different faculties, with teaching taking place in its four distinct campuses, all situated in Copenhagen. The university operates 36 different departments and 122 separate research centres in Copenhagen, as well as a number of museums and botanical gardens in and outside the Danish capital. The University of Copenhagen also owns and operates multiple research stations around Denmark, with two additional ones located in Greenland. Additionally, The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences and the public hospitals of the Capital and Zealand Region of Denmark constitute the conglomerate Copenhagen University Hospital.
A number of prominent scientific theories and schools of thought are namesakes of the University of Copenhagen. The famous Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum mechanics was conceived at the Niels Bohr Institute, which is part of the university. The Department of Political Science birthed the Copenhagen School of Security Studies, which is also named after the university. Others include the Copenhagen School of Theology and the Copenhagen School of Linguistics.
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