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05 Fully Funded PhD Programs at University of Oulu, Finland

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Are you holding Master’s degree and looking for fully funded PhD positions? University of Oulu, Finland invites online application for multiple funded PhD Programs / fully funded PhD positions in various research areas.

Candidates interested in fully funded PhD positions can check the details and may apply as soon as possible. Interested and eligible applicants may submit their online application for PhD programs via the University’s Online Application Portal. 

1. Fully Funded PhD Position in carbonation of magnesium silicates

Summary of PhD Program:

This position is a part of European Doctoral Training Network project CONTRABASS (DC Project 2 – “carbonation of magnesium silicates and synergy with calcium silicates”). Cement is one of the biggest polluters and responsible for 8% of all anthropogenic CO2 emissions. At the same time, cement offers an optimal carbon capture and storage (CCU) opportunity due to massive volumes and favourable chemistry. Your research will concentrate on developing advanced cement-like materials, focusing on chemical reactions, microstructure and material properties. Your task will be to carry out multidisciplinary research with state-of-the art methods, including laboratory work, inorganic material analyses, as well as computer modelling.

Application Deadline: 30.Nov.2023

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2. Fully Funded PhD Position in Medicine

Summary of PhD Program:

We are looking for a doctoral researcher to join the research group of Professor Karl-Heinz Herzig at the Biomedicine and Internal Medicine Research Unit in a project on data-driven precision nutrition through human intervention studies, omics-technologies and advanced data analyses, in order to evaluate personal responses to foods and diets – particularly with special emphasis on understanding the impact of physical activity on individual’s immune response of fish, meat and plant-based meals with emphasis on circulating inflammatory markers and metabolites.

Application Deadline: 27.Nov.2023

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3. Fully Funded PhD Position in first-principles simulations of complex alloys

Summary of PhD Program:

We are now looking for Doctoral researcher on first-principles simulations of complex alloys to join us in Microelectronics Research Unit at the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. The Microelectronics Research Unit (MIC) at the University of Oulu is a key player in materials research for electronics, sensors, and actuators. Our computational electronic materials team focuses on the computational studies of nanoscale components and materials. At the same time, the unit has vast experience in experimental research on electronics, telecommunications, and energy harvesting devices.

Application Deadline: 30.Nov.2023

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4. Fully Funded PhD Position in Process Metallurgy, Helios DC3

Summary of PhD Program:

The position in question is DC3: Future EAF Steelmaking With Different Iron-Bearing Raw Materials. DC3 focuses on the development of an advanced dynamic model for the electric arc furnace (EAF) process, a key process in scrap-based steelmaking. As a doctoral researcher, you will be instrumental in enhancing our understanding of EAF furnace operations through the application of mass and energy balances, as well as the incorporation of modules for scrap melting, gas phase reactions, metal-slag reactions, and slag foaming. In addition, you will have the opportunity to apply machine-learning algorithms to optimize the model parameters using offline information and validate the predicted melting rate using novel online measurements.

Application Deadline: 10.Dec.2023

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5. Fully Funded PhD Position in consumption elasticity

Summary of PhD Program:

The Flaire project investigates the possibilities and obstacles of solutions based on consumption flexibility in households and municipalities in order to increase the balance and low carbon of the energy system. Consumption flexibility, i.e. demand side management (DSM) refers to measures that can be used on the customer side to reduce total energy consumption or adjust consumption to match the state of the electricity network. In particular, the project investigates the transfer of demand, which can rely either on the consumers’ own activity and the information control that supports this, or on technological solutions (among other things, smart home solutions, e.g. Smart Home Energy Management System, or SHEMS), which regulate consumption automatically.

Application Deadline: 17 December 2023

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