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Technical University of Denmark (DTU), 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 Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark.

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(01) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Tensor Networks for Machine Learning – DTU Compute

Are you interested in developing novel machine learning methodologies that are scalable, reliable and explainable and that can address imminent challenges both within quantum physics and the life-sciences?

As our new colleague, your job will be to develop novel computational frameworks for machine learning by use of tensor network representations. In particular, you will push the boundaries of 

  • Scalability, drawing upon recent large-scale TN capabilities in physics.
  • Reliability, exploring uncertainty quantification and robust inference in machine learning
  • Explainability, leveraging identifiability and unique recovery explored using tensor decompositions within the life-science domain.

Deadline : 29 February 2024 

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(02) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in Exploration of the sequence dependence of protein assembly and condensation at high throughput – DTU Bioengineering

In this project, which is funded by a prestigious ERC consolidator grant (EMMA), the aim is to generate a much better understanding than is currently available of the link between the amino acid sequence of an intrinsically disordered protein (IDP) and its condensation and aggregation properties. We will develop a range of novel high throughput methods to explore the sequence dependence of the assembly into condensates and fibrils of alpha-synuclein (related to Parkinson’s disease) and TDP-43 (related to amyotrophic lateral sklerosis). We also collaborate with world-leading computational and bioinformatic groups in order to extract the maximal possible insight from the data we generate. More detailed information on the project can be obtained at the interview stage.

Deadline : 31 January 2024 

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(03) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Integrated Optical Phased Array on Lithium Niobate for LiDAR – DTU Electro

Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) is a sensing technology based on laser light, holds great promise for allowing autonomous machines to see and navigate the world with very high precision. Typically, LiDAR designs comprise a multitude of moving parts (e.g., an assembly of lasers, optics, electronics, and detectors) on a mechanically rotating stage. The need to assemble and align all these parts leads to high costs and relatively low manufacturing volumes, while the wear and tear on the mechanical components limits long-term reliability, and all these factors have been hindering a wide adoption of this technology. To solve these problems, one of the big trends that industry is witnessing is the drive to higher levels of integration enabled by semiconductor technologies, and the move away from discrete and mechanical components. “LiDAR-on-a-chip” describes a system with lasers, electronics, detectors, and optical beam-steering mechanism all integrated onto semiconductor chips. It significantly reduces the size, weight, and power requirements by integrating all of the key components onto the smallest footprint possible.

Deadline : 1 February 2024 

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(04) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Multi-Qubit Quantum Photonic Devices for the Quantum Internet – DTU Electro

Our research aims at exploring quantum information science at the nanoscale and developing novel quantum photonic devices. Such quantum devices are central for quantum information networks, quantum computation, and quantum cryptography systems and lie at the basis of a forthcoming Quantum Internet. We focus on quantum control and manipulation of novel nanostructures at the single-photon and single-electron level, using nanowires, quantum dots, and hybrid semiconductor-atomic systems.

This Ph.D. project is focused on experimental investigation and realization of advanced quantum photonic devices based on crystal-phase structures in nanowires. This is a recently developed technology uniquely allowing for the fabrication of quantum devices with an ultimate precision of a single atomic layer. We are at the very forefront of international research in this area, and the topic is new, creating ample opportunities for the Ph.D. student to significantly push the state-of-the-art and define new standards in the field.

Deadline : 18 January 2024

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(05) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarships in Trustworthy Machine Learning and Data Spaces for Energy Systems – DTU Wind

Are you a talented, self-motivated, and team-oriented person, who thrives in a collaborative environment and enjoys working with complex topics? We seek two PhD students willing to be part of a world leading research environment and contribute to the development for the next generation scientific machine learning tools for power systems. One PhD student will focus on establishing trustworthy machine learning tools through physics-informed neural networks and the development of neural network verification and interpretability algorithms for energy systems. The second PhD student will build upon the Digital Twins and Energy Data Spaces we are developing at DTU and further design machine learning applications which exploit these tools to enhance power system flexibility.

Deadline : 31 January 2024

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(06) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Energy Island Controversies – DTU Wind

In the Section for Society, Market and Policy (SMP) at DTU Wind and Energy Systems, we are now seeking a candidate for conducting PhD research on the topic of “Valuation Struggles over Baltic Energy Island – the case of offshore wind and Power-to-X”. If you want to establish a career as a social scientist that contributes to the green transition of society and develop competences within the scholarly field of Science and Technology Studies (STS), we offer a vibrant and inspiring research community for you to fulfill your ambitions. 

The PhD is part of the research project “Good-by-Devicing: Probing how value comes to matter in the energy transition” which has acquired funding from the European Research Council (ERC). You will become part of a dynamic group of social science researchers from DTU Wind and Energy Systems (Society, Market, and Policy Section, SMP) and DTU Management (Human-centered Innovation) who collaborate on the project

Deadline : 15 February 2024

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(07) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Anaerobic Microbial Consortia – DTU Chemical Engineering

If you are establishing your career as a scientist and you are looking for the best possible foundation for fulfilling your dreams and ambitions, it is right here in front of you. At DTU Chemical Engineering you will break new ground at the absolute forefront of what is possible in the area of anaerobic microbiology and biotechnology.

Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (DTU Chemical Engineering) invites applications for up to 3 PhD Scholarship to be hired for a European Research Council (ERC) funded project with focus on anaerobic microbiome for biotechnological applications aiming at valorization of biowastes. Your background is on anaerobic microbiology, molecular biology, microbial interactions, syntrophy, bioengineering, and fermentation.

Deadline : 30 January 2024

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(08) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position – Co-electrolysis; efficient production of green chemicals – DTU Energy

Electrolysis and power-to-X (P2X) will be key energy technologies in the green transition, as they will be essential for us to replace fossils. The solid oxide electrolysis technology is a key very promising technology because of the high efficiency and hereby lower operational cost. The technology is now being upscaled at a dramatic pace, also at Genvia. While the solid oxide electrolysis technology is the most efficient electrolysis technology, we yet have to explore and understand the different opportunities for the usage of it. 

One of the uses and another advantage of the technology is that it can be used for so-called co-eletrolysis, i.e. convert green CO2 and water steam into a syngas (CO and H2), which can be used to produce various carbon-based green chemicals. This can be done at a very high efficiency and thus have a potential to save the world an enormous amount of energy, given the vast amount of green chemicals needed (e.g. for plastics).

Deadline : 4 February 2024 

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(09) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Scholarship in Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy – DTU Physics

We are seeking a candidate to lead the newly constructed linear plasma device PACE (Plasma cavity Experiment) at the Technical University of Denmark. The objective of the device is to assess the non-linear wave physics of electron cyclotron heating waves used for tokamak operation. Recent work from large tokamaks indicates electron cyclotron heating waves may interact non-linearly with the plasma before reaching the heating position. Newly developed models predict that a significant part of the heating wave may be lost due to this effect. The goal of this project is to experimentally validate such models at the PACE device. The PACE device consists of an RF generated plasma with similar properties to an Edge Localized Mode in a tokamak plasma. The device is equipped with external magnetic field coils and antennas to generate and confine the plasma. The specific work of the candidate could consist of optimizing the RF generated plasma, expanding the diagnostic suit of the device, and developing a platform to introduce high power microwaves to validate the theory mentioned above.

Deadline : 1 February 2024

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(10) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in horse mussel Modiolus modiolus production for restoration – DTU Aqua

Are you interested in biogenic reef restoration and want to contribute to the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration aims? Investigating in new hatchery protocols to produce key protected species such as the Northern horse mussel and follow the deployment in restored reefs? Here is an opportunity for you.

At DTU’s National Institute of Aquatic Resources, we offer a 3-year PhD student position with focus on hatchery production of the Northern horse mussel, Modiolus modiolus (Linnaus, 1758), for reef restoration. You will be employed in the Section for Coastal Ecology to develop the hatchery production of horse mussel spat under the framework of the BioReef project (BioReef). During your scholarship, you will gain scientific expertise in marine biology, bivalve physiology and cultivation, water quality monitoring, ecosystem services, and providing management recommendations for horse mussel reef restoration. You will be positioned in at the DTU Aqua site in Nykøbing Mors (Northern Jutland) with shorter stays at the section’s facility in Kgs. Lyngby when required.

Deadline : 8 February 2024

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(11) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Scholarships (2) in Cyber-Security and Cyber-Deception – DTU Compute

We are looking for two bright and motivated PhD students for two 3-year fully funded PhD positions starting 1 June 2024 (negotiable). The project is financed by the Independent Research Fund Denmark, and it is a collaboration between DTU, the University of Cambridge (UK), the Royal Holloway University of London (UK), and Stony Brook University (USA). It is an excellent opportunity to be involved in advanced research on cyber-security and cyber-deception, with important practical applications.

The two positions are part of the project Loki: Situational aware collaborative bio-inspired cyber-deception. This project, inspired by Norse mythology, with Loki being a shape-shifter god and a master of trickery, aims at redefining and evolving the emerging field of cyber-deception. Here, we attempt to deceive attackers by creating fake vulnerable systems that are aware of their surroundings and are constantly shifting. The project takes inspiration from nature (e.g., from the mimicry phenomenon) to synthesize sophisticated deception.

Deadline :  30 April 2024

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(12) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD Scholarships in Process Systems Engineering and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning for Process Safety Applications – DTU Chemical Engineering

We are looking to recruit 3 Doctoral Candidates (DCs) as part of PROSAFE MSCA doctoral training network. The recruited DCs will have the opportunity to work as part of an international team of 12 doctoral candidates based at universities and companies throughout Europe. DCs will have multiple opportunities to participate in professional and personal development training and undertake research within multidisciplinary fields of AI/ML and PSE for safe and efficient process operations.

This position is fully funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie European Training Network „PROSAFE“, which aims to train a cohort of 12 doctoral students in the domain of application of machine learning/AI, and process systems engineering to advance foundations of process safety. 

Deadline : 21 January 2024 

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(13) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD project: Chemical Resistance and Solvent Absorption Characteristics of Coatings for Sustainable Fuels – DTU Chemical Engineering

Join our dynamic team for an exciting PhD project aimed at understanding the multifaceted relationship between epoxy coating structure and solvent absorption, including water. Our foundational hypothesis challenges the conventional wisdom, postulating that chemical reactions are not the primary drivers of chemical resistance; instead, it is governed by physical absorption/desorption processes.  

Deadline : 15 January 2024 

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(14) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Cryptography – DTU Compute

We are looking for a bright, ambitious, and motivated PhD student to join the cryptography group in the Cybersecurity Engineering Section at DTU Compute in the Copenhagen region of Denmark. The 3-year PhD position will preferably start on June 1st 2024. The goal of the PhD project is to improve the state of threshold post-quantum cryptography. You will join the growing cryptography team at DTU and be able to work with researchers in- and outside of the Copenhagen region and Denmark.

Deadline : 1 May 2024

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(15) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Two PhD scholarships for a kinetic investigation of human glycolysis – DTU Biosustain

The metabolism of glucose to pyruvate, glycolysis, is seen in most organisms including humans and taught in all introductory biochemistry courses. Despite the importance, we have yet to make a precise kinetic model capturing a detailed understanding of the underlying regulatory structure. Constructing a mechanistic model of human glycolysis will pave the way for further development of targeted medicines, preliminary screening of blood doners and strain engineering of biopharmaceutical cell factories.

Thanks to recent advances in computational and analytical biology, it is now possible to reconcile mechanistic models of cell metabolism with information from quantitative multiomics experiments. In this study, we will explore two systems: red blood cells (RBC) and human embryonic kidney (HEK) cells.

Deadline : 19 January 2024

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(16) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD student in biotech-focused data science and machine learning – DTU Bioengineering

The enhancement of enzyme catalytic efficiency in varied contexts is vital for both research and industry. This process is influenced by multiple factors, including the choice of reactants, catalysts, solvents, and conditions like temperature, pressure, and pH balance. Traditional single-variable optimization falls short because these factors are interdependent, making multi-variable optimization complex. To address this, computational methods in machine learning (e.g., Bayesian neural networks) offer robust solutions for optimizing experimental conditions. These methods utilize predictive models to estimate performance metrics and their uncertainties for new conditions. Through a balanced approach that includes testing untested conditions and honing in on the most promising ones, these models support iterative testing and learning. This process allows for a targeted exploration of areas with high potential, leading to more efficient optimization. Despite the potential, the scarcity of applied examples and a solid framework for comparing algorithms remain obstacles to the widespread adoption of these computational methods in enzyme reaction optimization. To bridge this gap, this initiative proposes to create a virtual environment for comparing various algorithms and to develop a specialized multi-objective model for optimizing enzyme performance metrics.

Deadline : 15 January 2024 

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(17) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: Three PhD student positions in DTU’s Fermentation Based Biomanufacturing Initiative

The research area for these three interdisciplinary PhD positions is at the interface of bioprocess and strain development. The three PhD candidates will work with the same bioprocess towards the joint goal of understanding the interplay between microbial, process and industrial robustness. Still, each PhD candidate will be responsible for his/her own project in one of the three focus areas: 

  1. This project will focus on upstream process development (mainly media composition, feeding regimes, etc., plus limited strain engineering) to increase yield and productivity and explore how far the boundaries can be pushed with state-of-the-art strain engineering and process development approaches. 
  2. This project will focus on the downstream part of the process to investigate how adjustments in the process affect the purity and concentration of the product and how far those can be improved by optimizing the involved unit operations but also considering interlinks between up and downstream processing. 
  3. This project will focus on scaling (up and down) the bioprocess and quantifying the robustness of the production host, to find the best combination of productivity, physiological traits, and timing to select scalable “fermenterphile” properties. 

Deadline : 31 January 2024

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(18) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in manufacturing the next generation of electrolysis cells for sustainable hydrogen production – DTU Energy

The removal of fossil fuels is an important ambition, seconded by specific targets in several parts of the world. In this context, shares of electricity production from wind and solar are increasing. The fluctuating and interruptive nature of these sources requires means of storage and “difficult-to-electrify” sectors like shipping and aviation need green fuels. Solid oxide electrolysis (SOE) technologies owing to their high efficiencies can solve this challenge by converting excess electricity into storable compounds such as hydrogen and high energy density transportation fuels. Conventional SOE has reached a matureness allowing for demonstration and field-testing, based on electrolyte- or fuel-electrode configurations. 

Deadline : 30 January 2024 

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(19) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Privacy-Preserving Machine Learning – DTU Compute

Our lab focuses on improving and developing methods in privacy-preserving machine learning, which aims at facilitating data analyses without sacrificing privacy. Our research program has three main objectives: to improve the trade-offs between privacy and accuracy; to advance differentially-private synthetic data generation techniques; and to study the interplay between differential privacy and other emerging characteristics such as interpretability, fairness and causality.

Deadline : 31 January 2024

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(20) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD project in integration of balancing markets in the modelling of sector-coupled energy systems – DTU Wind

In this project, you will develop and apply a method for bidirectional coupling between an expansion planning model and a balancing model used for dimensioning manual (mFRR) and automatic reserves (aFRR and FCR) to handle forecast uncertainties from VRE. Working with other researchers, you will study the impact of increasing VRE forecast errors on European power systems and analyze the optimal technology mix to mitigate the imbalances and provide sufficient reserves. These operational reserves can be obtained from flexible generators and loads (demand response), from neighboring regions, and from other energy sectors, namely, hydrogen, transport, and heat. Current balancing markets rely mainly on dispatchable power generation (e.g., hydro power and gas power plants). However, the expected electrification of other sectors could bring significant additional flexibility sources to the balancing markets, requiring the integration of balancing markets in the modelling of highly sector-coupled energy systems.

Deadline : 19 January 2024

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(21) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Post-Quantum Cryptography – DTU Compute

We are looking for a bright and motivated PhD student for 3-year PhD position starting April 1st (negotiable). The position is part of the project “Post-Quantum Key exchange”, which is jointly run by DTU and the company Dencrypt and funded by the co-financing fund of the Danish Ministry of Defence’s Acquisition and Logistics organisation. The goal of the project is to explore different routes towards providing a fully quantum-secure replacement for X3DH, the key exchange protocol used by Signal, WhatsApp and the likes. It is an excellent opportunity to be involved in advanced research on cryptographic systems secure against quantum computing. The PhD position is offered at DTU, and the project plan includes meetings with Dencrypt to coordinate with activities there.

Deadline : 21 January 2024

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(22) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Modelling of Turbomachinery with Two-Phase Flow – DTU Construct

If you are establishing your career as scientist and you are looking for the best possible foundation for fulfilling your dreams and ambitions, this is your chance. We offer the best possible training for you to become a mature top-level researcher giving you excellent career opportunities both in academia and industry. As part of a recently started MSCA-DN (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Doctoral Network) project funded by the EU on two-phase flow in turbomachinery entitled “Training42Phase”, Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark (DTU Construct) currently has four openings for PhD positions with focus on aero-thermodynamics. The other project partners recruiting PhD students are Politecnico di Milano, Italy (two PhD positions with focus on aero-thermodynamics), CentraleSupélec, France (three PhD positions with focus on reliability and maintenance), Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, UK (two PhD positions with focus on structural mechanics), and Exergy International Srl, Italy (one PhD position with focus on aero-thermodynamics). The project also includes other industrial partners from large international companies and SMEs.  

Deadline :  21 January 2024

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(23) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in novel healthy food ingredients and precision prebiotics from food waste – DTU Food

The PhD position aims to investigate the development of the fish skin waste glycoproteins to high value healthy food ingredients with novel functionalities, colloidal properties, and precision prebiotic activities.

You will be associated with the Research Group for Food Production Engineering at the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, and the Protein Glycoscience and Biotechnology Group at the Section for Protein Chemistry and Enzyme Technology, Department of DTU-Bioengineering.

If you dream of a career in science where you can combine top quality molecular research with making a significant impact on innovating novel technologies and green foods for a healthier and more sustainable future, then this position may just be for you.

Deadline : Open until filled

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(24) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD position in Computational biology – DTU Biosustain

This project addresses this gap by designing fungal-specific graph-based methods and a comprehensive toolkit that uses high-throughput sequencing and imaging data at multiple biological levels (genomic, metabolic etc) for precision fermentation. The first objective is to achieve complete fungal genomes, including species within Aspergillus, Trichoderma, and Penicillium, enabling the exploration of gene co-occurrence patterns and their collective impact on complex metabolic pathways. The second objective involves comparing different fungal species to uncover genetic diversity and relationships, identifying gene families related to essential enzymes and metabolic pathways.

Deadline : 30 January 2024

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(25) PhD Degree – Fully Funded

PhD position summary/title: PhD scholarship in Human Energy Expenditure in Mobility – DTU Management

Join our team and contribute to addressing key challenges faced worldwide, by paving the way for better decision-making in urban planning. You will be a part of a cutting-edge research project, “Human energy expenditure in mobility”, focused on understanding and modelling cycling behaviour with a unique emphasis on human energy considerations. 

Human energy expenditure is a fundamental characteristic of cycling – cyclists must spend energy pedalling to make the bicycle move forward. However, minimal research has been conducted to understand the impacts of energy expenditure on behaviour. We aim to address this gap by developing a network model to describe individual-specific energy usage and corresponding route choice models that consider the unique aspects of human energy expenditure. These new insights will be utilised in various ways to explore the potential to improve public health and increase active mobility.

Deadline : 15 January 2024 

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About Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Denmark – Official Website

The Technical University of Denmark, often simply referred to as DTU, is a university in the town Kongens Lyngby, 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north of central Copenhagen, Denmark. It was founded in 1829 at the initiative of Hans Christian Ørsted as Denmark’s first polytechnic, and it is today ranked among Europe’s leading engineering institutions.

Along with École Polytechnique in Paris, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Eindhoven University of Technology, Technical University of Munich and Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, DTU is a member of EuroTech Universities Alliance.

 

 

 

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