- [Norway] Position as PhD Research Fellowship at Faculty of Educational Sciences University of Oslo
- [Italy] Vavilov-Frankel Fellowship 2012 for Developing Countries
- [UK] Fellowship at the School of Physics & Astronomy University of Edinburgh
Position as PhD Research Fellowship at Faculty of Educational Sciences University of Oslo
The University of Oslo (UiO) is Norway`s leading institution of higher education and recent rankings place the UiO among the top universities of Europe.One position as a research fellow within one of the prioritized research areas at the Department of Special Needs Education is available: Learning, mastery and quality of life for children at risk. The purpose of the PhD Research Fellowship is research training leading to the successful completion of a doctoral degree. Applicants must meet the requirements for admission to the PhD programme and an application for admission to the PhD programme at the Faculty of Educational Sciences must be submitted along with the project proposal. The application to the doctoral programme should include a project proposal with a time schedule.
Vavilov-Frankel Fellowship 2012 for Developing Countries
Bioversity International established the Fellowship Fund in 1989 to commemorate Academician Nikolai Ivanovich Vavilov`s and Sir Otto Frankel`s unique contributions to plant science. To date, 37 outstanding young scientists from 24 developing countries have been supported.
This year`s Vavilov-Frankel Fellowships call focuses on the following themes:
Fellowship at the School of Physics & Astronomy University of Edinburgh
The University of Edinburgh is over 400 years old and is one of the largest in the UK. It is Scotland`s premier research University and graded among the top British Universities in the recent national Research Assessment Exercise. You will carry out experimental work aimed at understanding the behaviour and properties of elements and simple materials under extreme conditions, in particular at very high pressures and a wide temperature range. You will be based in CSEC, which is adjacent to the School of Physics, and have access to the in-house optical and x-ray facilities as well as to Diamond and ISIS at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and ESRF and ILL in Grenoble.
Working principally with Dr Gregoryanz, you will participate in a programme to overcome these challenges and to make a detailed investigation of these systems at pressures well beyond 1 MBar. You will develop advanced diamond anvils using modern technologies in conjunction with improved diamond anvil cell preparation techniques to compress samples to these very high pressures and to carry out measurements of optical properties.
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