- [Sweden] PhD student position in Modelling of electric drive train in wind turbine applications
- [Sweden] PhD student position in Historical Geology and Palaentology
- [Sweden] PhD students in Electric Power Systems within the SETS Joint Doctorate
PhD student position in Modelling of electric drive train in wind turbine applications
The Department of Energy and Environment excels in research and education related to energy, environment and sustainable development ranging from a global perspective to industrial, building and product issues. The focus is on experimental and theoretical research on energy technology as well as on development, use and evaluation of methods and tools for analysis of technical systems. In total around 200 persons are active at the six divisions of the department.
Reference number: 2010/348
Application deadline: 2011-01-31
The Division of Electric Power Engineering at the Department of Energy and Environment is seeking a new PhD student to start in spring of 2011. The research will be conducted on the project “Modelling of the electric drive train”. The position is funded by The Swedish Wind Power Centre, SWPTC. The centre has been founded to support Swedish industry with knowledge about construction issues regarding wind power. SWPTC will also educate future engineers within the subject. The goal of the center is to be able to build both partial and complete wind power systems in Sweden. Behind the SWPTC are Chalmers University of Technology along with several industrial companies such as ABB, SKF, Triventus Energiteknik, Göteborgs Energi, GE Wind (Sweden), Marström Composite and DIAB.
PhD student position in Historical Geology and Palaentology
Origins of Proterozoic-Cambrian photosynthetic microbiota
Starting date: Open from the closing date for applications.
Unicellular, organic-walled photosynthetic microbiota (prokaryotes and eukaryotes) diversified at an increasing rate through the Proterozoic and in the Cambrian explosion. Their phylogenetic relationships are still poorly understood because their morphology is not always sufficient to infer their systematic position. Studies of phenotypical features, combined with cell wall ultrastructure, biogeochemistry and biomarkers may help to unravel their biological affinities. More precise placement within a geologic time frame will allow the cause-effect relationships between evolving photosynthesing (primary producers) and forthcoming heterotrophic biota (consumers) versus global environmental change to be better understood.
PhD students in Electric Power Systems within the SETS Joint Doctorate "Sustainable Energy Technologies and Strategies"
KTH, division of Electric Power Systems participates in an EU financed SETS Joint Doctorate PhD program called "Sustainable Energy Technologies and Strategies". More information is available on:
Within this program there is now an opening of in total nine PhD students, whereof three will start their studies at KTH, division of Electric Power Systems. More information about the research content is found on
Concerning questions information is available on
|You are subscribed to email updates from Rumah Beasiswa Indonesia |
To stop receiving these emails, you may unsubscribe now.
|Email delivery powered by Google|
|Google Inc., 20 West Kinzie, Chicago IL USA 60610|