- [Germany] Fellowships for Developing Countries at International Climate Protection Program
- [UK] PhD in health psychology at University of Bath
- [Belgium] PhD in Inorganic and Physical Chemistry at Hasselt University
Fellowships for Developing Countries at International Climate Protection Program
The International Climate Protection Fellowships enable prospective leaders to conduct a research-related project of their own choice during a one-year stay in Germany. Submit an application if you are a prospective leader from a non-European threshold or developing country working in the field of climate protection and resource conservation in academia, business or administration in your country. The programme, which is being funded under the International Climate Initiative by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, includes a preparatory intensive language course in Germany, a several-week introductory seminar, a two-week training course and a final meeting in Berlin. These activities will enable you to gain additional insights into academic, social, cultural, economic and political life in Germany.
PhD in health psychology at University of Bath
A unique opportunity for research, working alongside a public health delivery team. An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Department for Health and undertake a fully funded 3 year PhD with a world class research centre. The PhD will be funded by NHS Wiltshire and will be working with a public health team to support the development of new lifestyle services. This unique opportunity invites a motivated student to bring the value of PhD level academic study into the heart of the public health agenda in Wiltshire.
NHS Wiltshire are putting evidence into practice in these areas:
PhD in Inorganic and Physical Chemistry at Hasselt University
The Faculty of Sciences, capacity group Chemistry, research institute Institute for Materials Research, research group Laboratory of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry of Hasselt University seeks a (m/f) PhD student Inorganic and physical chemistry.IMO is the Institute for Materials Research of Hasselt University, located at the university campus in Diepenbeek (Province of Limburg, Flanders, Belgium). There are about 110 people working at IMO-IMOMEC. About 50 students are preparing their PhD, The team is strongly interdisciplinary (chemists, physicists, engineers, biomedical researchers,…). About 70 % of the research funding at IMO-IMOMEC comes from applied research projects, mainly in collaboration with industrial partners, and 30 % from funding for fundamental research by the Flemish government and the university. The topic of the PhD project is situated in the study of highly advanced nanostructured inorganic materials with applications in energy generation (e.g. photovoltaics) and energy storage (e.g. batteries).
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