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NTNU, 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 NTNU, Norway.

Eligible candidate may Apply as soon as possible.

 

(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position in Geology/Geophysics – SO IV-31/24

These last two decades, our knowledge about extensional processes and rifting has evolved significantly, allowing improved assessment of frontier regions. However, uncertainties remain, notably regarding the crustal evolution through time. Although of primary importance for evaluating the deformation history, the crustal tectonic history remains poorly constrained for some specific time periods. On the Norwegian Continental Shelf, this is typically the case for the time period covering the post-orogenic collapse (mid-Devonian-Carboniferous), early rifting (Permo-Triassic) to crustal necking (Jurassic-early Cretaceous). New ways to model the temporal and spatial evolution of crustal thinning and basin formation across rift systems are needed.

The goal of this project is to build fragmented tectonic plate models for the margins of the northeastern North Atlantic and use them in deformable plate reconstructions. These models will better capture inherited structures and internal deformation – within and along each rift, margin segment and microcontinent – and will be used to generate more realistic crustal reconstructions that can be compared against present-day constraints.

The PhD candidate will have to work with seismic reflection interpretation, potential field modelling incl. gravity inversion, and plate reconstructions.

The total duration of the Ph.D. position is three years, ideally starting by autumn/end of 2024. The PhD candidate will be based in the Geology research group at the Department of Geoscience and Petroleum (IGP), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) based in Trondheim, Norway. Possible shorter scientific stays (1-4 weeks) at the Memorial University (St John’s Newfoundland, Canada) will be planned.

Deadline : 01.07.2024.

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(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position in Two-phase flow in confined geometries

We have a vacancy for a PhD position in Soft Matter Physics at PoreLab, Department of Physics, NTNU. This PhD position is financed via the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Doctoral Networks (MSCA-DN) FLUXIONIC. The candidate needs to fulfill the hiring policy of the MSCA-DN and will have to follow the programs doctoral training activities and fulfill the requirements of NTNU for obtaining a PhD. The appointment has a duration of 3 years. The PhD student should start no later than August 2024.

Deadline : 7th June 2024

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(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Thermodynamics of ammonia-water mixtures

The position will be in the Thermodynamics group at the Department of Chemistry at NTNU.

Ammonia (NH3) is deemed by many to be a promising energy carrier to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from transport and a viable solution for global H2 transport. A challenge is the consequences of possible spills of liquid ammonia into water when it is transported on ships.

Ammonia is often transported at a temperature well below the freezing point of water. A spill of ammonia in water will therefore rapidly evaporate. It will also react with water through a highly exothermic reaction. The interfacial dynamics and the thermo-physical properties will play a key role in how fast the ammonia spreads in both water and air, and where it ends up.

The PhD candidate will work with the fundamental details of the mixing process, in particular the interfacial thermodynamics both at and beyond equilibrium and how the exothermic reaction comes into play into the spreading and dissolution of ammonia in water.

Deadline :02.06.2024.

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(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD and Postdoc positions in the SUBPRO-Zero Team

NTNU is a broad-based university with a technical-scientific profile and a focus in professional education. The university is located in three cities with headquarters in Trondheim.

At NTNU, 9,000 employees and 43,000 students work to create knowledge for a better world.

You will find more information about working at NTNU and the application process here.

Deadline : Open until filled

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(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD and PD positions in the HYDROGENi team

HYDROGENi is a Centre for environment-friendly energy research (FME) dedicated to the research and innovations within hydrogen and ammonia needed to meet the 2030 and 2050 goals of the Norwegian hydrogen road map. HYDROGENi’s activities are a collaborative effort from Norwegian and European partners (industry, universities, and research institutes) that cover the entire hydrogen value chain.

Hydrogen’s role in the energy transition was previously thought to be a “clean” alternative to fossil fuels in cars. However, it can also replace fossil fuels in industrial processes, such as coal in the steel industry, and in the maritime sector. Hydrogen is now considered to be one of the main drivers of the green shift. To realise hydrogen’s full potential, there are important knowledge- and technology gaps that need to be filled.

Deadline : Open until filled

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(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in structural geology, field mapping, data integration and 3D modelling – SO IV 30/24

The announced PhD position is associated with an ongoing research project focusing on reconstructions of the structural architecture of long-lived zones of crustal weakness that have multiple deformation and reactivations phases in ductile and brittle structural regimes and the influence of these zones on sedimentary basins evolution and an impact on modern and ancient fluid flow.

The successful candidate will develop an individual approach to the PhD project. The overall aim is to integrate data from own field work with publicly available geological and geophysical data. The goal is to construct, a three-dimensional model of a long-lived zone of crustal weakness architecture that will allow to reconstruct and restore its structural evolution. The principal field areas are onshore and offshore in mainland Norway and Svalbard. 

Deadline : 01.06.2024.

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(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Dark Taxon Science

The NTNU University Museum is currently in search of an enthusiastic and well qualified PhD candidate to specialise in the integrative study of a dark taxon. Dark taxa are hyperdiverse groups (>1000 species) that are poorly known (<10% described). They are often organisms with small body size and great taxonomic complexity. This project will employ advanced methodologies to the systematic investigation of a designated target dark taxon. The primary focus will be on refining our understanding of the target taxon’s systematics and ecology while contributing to the broader methodologies of Dark Taxon Science. We are seeking a candidate with a strong academic background and a keen interest in employing cutting-edge methodologies to explore the intricacies of their chosen group.

In the context of the Anthropocene and escalating climate changes, the study of Dark Taxa has become vital for biodiversity preservation, as they may hold key insights into ecosystem resilience amidst human-induced environmental shifts. By understanding their diversity and distributions, researchers gain essential knowledge to inform conservation strategies. Understanding Dark Taxa dynamics is crucial in navigating the challenges posed by the Anthropocene, offering unique perspectives on species interactions and adaptations in the face of evolving environmental conditions.

The project will centre on a multifaceted specialisation in a designated Dark Taxon. In addition to morphological, molecular, and ecological techniques, the research may include the option to incorporate elements from robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning. This complementary focus on a target taxon and advanced methodologies seeks to enhance our understanding of Dark Taxa through innovative approaches, fostering a holistic investigation that combines classical taxonomic methods with the potential for breakthroughs offered by modern technologies.

Deadline : 01.06.2024

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(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in STS: Collaboration, innovation and planning in regional energy transitions

Building upon coordinated efforts to innovate in Norway’s energy system through urban experimentation – in a context where the planning and institutionalization of best practices tends to lag technological development – there is a need to better understand the social aspects of regional energy transitions, relating broadly to socio-technical systems and societal transformations. Learnings from ongoing and planned cases in Norway also provide opportunities to lead in the field of sustainable regional energy transitions, globally.

NTNU Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture (KULT) invites applications for a 3-year PhD position within Science and Technology Studies (STS) focused on collaboration, innovation and planning in urban and regional energy transitions. The position will be part of the KULT Centre for Technology and Society and the research group on Climate, Energy and Environment.

Deadline :  31.05.2024

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(09) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Trustworthy AI

The adoption of AI has experienced remarkable growth in recent years, with AI systems and components now integrated into numerous critical tasks. As a result, trusting AI workflows has emerged as a vital prerequisite for the widespread acceptance of recent technological advancements in this domain. The operational paradigm of AI systems has evolved from centralized to fully distributed, with ownership of training data, model training, and model usage often attributed to disparate actors without established trust between them. This decentralization introduces vulnerabilities, as adversarial machine learning techniques can pose significant threats to the accuracy of AI systems, the integrity of associated data, and the privacy of entities involved in the training or inference phases. Consequently, there is an urgent need for methods and tooling to safeguard AI systems against these threats and enhance trust in their capabilities and reliability.

The position is within the the Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience group at NTNU and is closely related to the “Trustworthy AI” pillar of the Enfield: European Lighthouse to Manifest Trustworthy and Green AI HORIZON Europe that is being coordinated by the group.

Deadline : 31.05.24

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(10) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Lithium Tantalate Integrated Photonics

We are searching for a creative, skilled, and ambitious candidate for our activities on nonlinear integrated photonics.

The candidate aims are to design, manufacture, and study advanced photonic integrated waveguides and microresonators based on a thin-film periodically poled lithium tantalate nanowaveguide platform. The main focus will be the development of advanced nanofabrication technologies for optical waveguide fabrication with low optical loss and high optical nonlinearity to demonstrate breakthroughs in the efficiency and bandwidth of nonlinear optical amplification and frequency conversion. The research will be performed at the Department of Electronic Systems, NTNU, and supported by scientific partners in Switzerland and China.

The candidate will report to the Head of Department. The supervisor for this position is Associate Professor Johann Riemensberger.

Deadline : 31.05.24

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(11) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Digital twin evolution in maritime life cycle

This PhD position will focus on novel approaches for generating test cases to evaluate the twin system, identifying and diagnosing twin system failures, e.g., failure of onboard support tools, and implementing mechanisms for automated debug and model update. As twin models evolve, the system configuration frequently changes, presenting new challenges. This involves integrating new module simulation models, replacing existing ones, and adjusting model parameters. Addressing the challenge of model evolution will render the digital twin ship more promising and powerful in advancing intelligent maritime operations. It is necessary to establish mechanisms to update models especially for these ML models regularly. Thus, the computational cost of ML models, such as the training time for the model, can be relatively low, and the model is able to adapt to operation/environmental changes.

Deadline :  31.05.24

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(12) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Smart logistics for efficient fabrication of offshore wind farms

The offshore wind industry presents a significant opportunity for Norwegian shipyards to contribute to the green transition. To further strengthen offshore wind as a sustainable source of energy, efficient fabrication and assembly of massive wind turbine substructures will be crucial. However, the yards’ traditional one-of-a-kind production struggles to meet this demand. The challenge lies in balancing the unique engineering needs of each wind farm project with the need for cost-effective mass production. A critical knowledge gap exists in planning and controlling the fabrication of “engineer-to-order” substructures, culminating in the complete wind turbine assembly. This position will bridge this gap by exploring the application of logistics methods and digital technologies developed to improve synchronization and efficiency across the entire value chain.

The Production Management research group at NTNU’s Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering is internationally leading in research within engineer-to-order manufacturing and the purpose of this PhD position is to expand its scope to off-shore wind substructure fabrication. Your research will be closely integrated with the group’s research in other engineer-to-order sectors, such as shipbuilding and maritime equipment manufacturing, for synergy effects, transfer of knowledge, and mutual stimulation.

Deadline : 27.05.2024

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(13) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate within AI and Big Data

The research of this position will be performed in cooperation with industry partners in the NorwAI research center, within one of the following topics:

Topic A, dynamic graph analytics: For many important applications, data is represented as graphs, with dynamic relationships between nodes. Examples include the power grid, financial transaction relationships, social networks, and transportation networks. Interesting research challenges the PhD student might work on in this context include anomaly detection, scalable processing, and real-time processing of dynamic graphs.

Topic B, streaming data: Data streams arrives with high velocity, possibly from multiple and heterogeneous streaming data sources. Examples of data streams we are working with are sensor data and customer interaction data. Often, there are strict requirements for processing time and resource usage, and interesting challenges here include developing efficient methods for analysing data streams under such constraints. Stream data can often have varying accuracy and quality, or have varying degree of completeness, how to handle this in the data processing and analysis part are also very relevant research topics.

Deadline : 26.05.24

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(14) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in organic synthesis for covalent photochemical modification of ski bases

The position is a PhD Candidate position and will be in the Organic chemistry group (https://www.ntnu.edu/chemistry/research/organic) at the Department of Chemistry at NTNU with a duration of 3 years with a possible extension of 1 year for teaching.

As part of the NRC IPN grant “FramSki – The future of responsible skiing” (FramSki), we have a vacancy for a 3-year PhD position at the Department of Chemistry within the Organic chemistry group. The transition to fluorine-free ski waxes in competitive and recreational skiing demands innovative solutions for reducing ski-snow friction. In the FramSki project, we tackle friction at the macro, micro and nano level in an interdisciplinary research project in collaboration with leading industry partners.

This specific PhD project focuses on the covalent modification of the ski base material. C-H activation through nitrene chemistry is envisioned as a starting point, but other approaches may be considered. The FramSki project also involves research on ski design and surface structuring and friction testing methodology. You will be part of an innovative and cross-disciplinary team and you will learn a lot about ski technology and innovation.

Deadline :26.05.2024

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(15) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Mental Healthcare Provision

The Department of Public Health and Nursing has a temporary position available as a PhD candidate in health services research. The project, titled “Sustainable Local Mental Health Care” is an interdisciplinary collaborative project with participants from NTNU, St. Olav’s University Hospital, and various national and international partners.

We aim to enhance our understanding of effective mental health treatments, particularly in the context of general practice in Norway. The successful candidate will contribute to investigating the aftermath for patients facing rejected specialist care referrals, examining potential impacts and the role of GPs in such scenarios.Utilizing innovative quantitative approaches, the candidate will play a key role in our team of researchers (including other PhD candidates), GPs, psychologists, psychiatrists, user-representatives and decision-makers, with the overarching goal of improving mental healthcare delivery and resource optimization.

The aim of the PhD project is to provide evidence about management of adults with mental health problems at the intersect between municipal- and secondary healthcare. We will rely on rigorous quantitative methods applying novel analytical designs mirroring randomised experiments using observational data from relevant health and social security registries and databases.

Deadline : 20.05.2024

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(16) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Edge Intelligence

The PhD candidate will investigate fundamental issues on edge intelligence, with focusing on distributed learning and inference of foundation models in the IoT-Edge-Cloud continuum. Results of this research will lead significant scientific, industry and social impact. The PhD candidate will collaborate with researchers from University of Helsinki, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and Aarhus University under Nordforsk University cooperation on Edge Intelligence (NUEI). In addition, the PhD candidate has opportunities to participate in summer schools and PhD courses in NUEI.

Deadline : 16.05.24

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(17) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position in neuroecology of insect navigation

We are seeking for a highly motivated PhD candidate in the Department of Biology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to join the group of Basil el Jundi (http://www.insectnaviation.com). The candidate should have a solid background in sensory ecology, neuroethology, and/or neuroscience. A strong interest in insect navigation, an excellent track record and experience with performing behavioral experiments and electrophysiological recordings in insects is required. In addition, a background in programming is desirable. The group aims to create an international work environment and therefore encourages international applicants to apply.

For a position as a PhD Candidate, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree.

In the el Jundi lab we are interested in understanding the behavioral and neural mechanisms of spatial orientation and navigation in insects and how these mechanisms are shaped by an animal’s ecology and lifestyle. In the proposed project, the PhD candidate is expected to study the compass system of insects based on multimodal cues, such as visual and wind information. How these cues are used by insects to maintain a constant heading direction and how they are processed in the brain is the main objective of this PhD project. 

Deadline : 15.05.2024

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(18) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Hybrid Manufacturing Processes Enabled by Metal Solid-State AM

We are looking for a 3-year PhD candidate within the cutting-edge field of “Hybrid Manufacturing Processes”.

In this position, new hybrid processes (chains) enabled by solid-state additive manufacturing, formative and subtractive processing methods will be investigated to enable high-performance manufacturing of components using recycled aluminum alloys. In addition, you will investigate the process behaviors, mechanisms, models, and smart control strategies in the hybrid processes.

The strategic PhD position is linked to NTNU Aluminium Product Innovation Center (NAPIC) and MANULAB – Norwegian manufacturing research infrastructure, where advanced processes such as aluminium forming, welding, additive manufacturing (AM), subtractive processing, hybrid processing, etc., are focused to develop competitive and sustainable manufacturing technologies.

You will be also directly or indirectly related to industrial research projects primarily directed towards aluminium manufacturing for EVs, seeking to innovate within lightweight applications such as battery trays, chassis and suspension systems, safety/crashworthiness systems, etc.

Deadline : 15.05.2024

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(19) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Circumventing avian collision risk, an aerodynamic approach

This PhD position is part of the WP5 Sustainable wind development and related to avian collision risks which is one of the main environmental impacts of onshore and offshore wind turbines on birds. In an offshore setting, many seabird populations are in sharp decline due to climate change and anthropogenic marine activities. There exists yet little knowledge on the extent of collision mortality internationally, due to the difficulty in recording such collision events offshore. Also, existing collision risk models are simplistic in nature and heavily rely on accurate knowledge of avoidance. The PhD will develop an aerodynamic bird collision avoidance model, combining computational fluid dynamics (CFD) of the flow around wind turbines with the aerodynamic characteristics of flying birds to predict collision risk. This model will be fed by existing empirical data on bird flight behavioral responses to wind turbines from various avian radar studies. This model will allow simulation of birds flying within the turbulent airspace of a wind farm, and prediction of the probability of collision at wind turbines. This will be integrated into a Digital Twin (DT) framework to realize augmented reality to inform stakeholders of future environmental impacts of the planned wind farms.

Deadline : 15.05.2024.

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(20) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Advanced Forming of Extruded Aluminium Profiles with High-Content Recycled Alloys

We are looking for a 3-year PhD candidate within the field of “Advanced Forming of Extruded Profiles Based on Recycled Aluminium”. The position is within the research project “HEXAL” funded by the Research Council of Norway.

Deadline : 15.05.2024

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(21) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Ph.D position in Political Behaviour

The Ph.D. position in Political Behaviour is an educational position that gives a promising research recruit the possibility for scientific development. For a Ph.D. position, the goal is a completed doctoral education up to an obtained doctoral degree. It is a temporary Ph.D. position for four years with teaching obligations, starting in summer 2024. 

We are looking for a committed, curious, and ambitious person who wishes to conduct independent quantitative research on political behaviour. The successful candidate will seek to advance our understanding of how individuals and groups interact within political systems, make decisions, and shape political outcomes. By examining the motivation, attitudes, and actions of political actors, the successful candidate will contribute to evidence-based policymaking.  

Deadline : 15th May 2024

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(22) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Candidate in Demonstration of safety and reliability of novel control technologies

The PhD position is a part of the research center SUBPRO-Zero (SUstainable Bridge PROgram towards Zero emissions), that has the mission to conduct fundamental and applied research to contribute to net-zero emissions in the offshore industry. Industrial partners include Equinor, Aker BP, TotalEnergies, Vår Energi, Petrobras, Aker Solutions, Kongsberg Digital and Siemens Energy.

The transition period into climate neutral zero emission energy production involves oil and gas production, as a supplementary energy source and as an input to e.g., blue hydrogen production. As the access to develop new oil and gas fields may decline over the coming years, it is even more important to recover as much as possible from the existing developed fields. Here, sea water treatment and injection systems play an important role to enhance the recovery factor of existing fields.

Deadline :  12.05.2024.

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(23) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position in fluid mechanics, wave-turbulence interactions: theory, modelling and/or data-driven

We are looking for excellent applicants for a PhD position at the Thermo-Fluids research group, Department of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU Trondheim.

The position has a duration of 3 years. The supervisor will be Professor Simen Å. Ellingsen ([email protected]whom you may contact for further information.

The position’s exact project has considerable flexibility to be tailored to the skills and interests of the successful applicant. It will involve theory, numerics, data analysis and modelling, carried out in close collaboration with a major experimental campaign. Novel data analysis tools may be highly relevant, including (but far from limited to) data-driven algorithms such as dimensionality reduction and governing-equation discovery. Previous knowledge of specific techniques or theory is not required.

The PhD candidate will be primarily affiliated with the research project “Small flows with big consequences: Wave-, Turbulence- and Shear current-Driven mixing under a water surface” (WaTurSheD) financed by the European Research Council (ERC), whose overall goal is to understand the mutual interactions between waves, currents and turbulence (WCT) in the uppermost layer of the ocean through experimental, numerical and theoretical research. WTC interactions play an important role in the weather and climate systems by mixing the waters, controlling the exchange of heat, gas, energy and momentum between ocean and atmosphere, as well as the transport of microplastics, pollutants and nutrients. A recent experimental article is https://doi.org/10.1017/jfm.2023.280.

Deadline : 08.05.2024.

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(24) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position in climate change mitigation in the Aviation sector

The Industrial Ecology Program (IndEcol), Department of Energy and Process Engineering (EPT) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has an opening for a PhD position on Climate Change Mitigation in the Aviation Sector.

The position will be part of the broader work in the Norwegian Centre for Energy Transition Strategies (FME NTRANs) on climate change mitigation in the transport sector. The objective of the research is to identify climate change mitigation strategies in the interface between the aviation and energy sectors.

The research will extend to the existing AviTEAM modeling framework which combines engineering models, combined with ADS-B data to investigate mitigation options for the sector. Key tasks for the PhD position involve applications of the existing framework and advancement in the interface towards integrated assessment and energy system models for scenario analysis. The selected candidate will join a team of interdisciplinary researchers working on bridging engineering sciences with life cycle assessment and climate sciences. The duration of the position is 3-4 yrs.

Deadline : 8th May 2024

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About NTNU- Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway- Official Website

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology  is a public research university in Norway with the main campus in Trondheim and smaller campuses in Gjøvik and Ålesund. The largest university in Norway, NTNU has over 8,000 employees and over 40,000 students. NTNU in its current form was established by the King-in-Council in 1996 by the merger of the former University of Trondheim and other university-level institutions, with roots dating back to 1760, and has later also incorporated some former university colleges. NTNU is consistently ranked in the top one percentage among the world’s universities, usually in the 101–500 range depending on ranking.

NTNU has the main national responsibility for education and research in engineering and technology, and is the successor of Norway’s preeminent engineering university, the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH), established by Parliament in 1910 as Norway’s national engineering university. In addition to engineering and natural sciences, the university offers higher education in other academic disciplines ranging from medicine, psychology, social sciences, the arts, teacher education, architecture and fine art. NTNU is well known for its close collaboration with industry, and particularly with its R&D partner SINTEF, which provided it with the biggest industrial link among all the technical universities in the world. The university’s academics include three Nobel laureates in medicine, Edvard Moser, May-Britt Moser and John O’Keefe.

 

 

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