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20 Fully Funded PhD Programs at Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

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Are you holding Master’s degree and looking for fully funded PhD positions? Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands 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 Integrated Circuits for advanced driving and control of Lidar sources

Summary of PhD Program:

This exceptional opportunity presents a chance for us to explore the realm of electronically controlling massive arrays of small lasers that enable novel architectures of LiDAR transmitters. We shall investigate the challenges of tunable lasers in the framework of FMCW LiDAR devices, designing precision and high efficiency circuits for driving and controlling lasers that feature novel feedback loops for wavelength control. In the course of this research, we may draw upon concepts from various fields, including phased arrays, digital Sigma-Delta (ΣΔ) modulation, digital signal processing (DSP), and power-efficient IC design. This challenge creates a new PhD position that you may help fill in! In this role, you will fuse your passion for analog and mixed-signal IC design with the latest advancements in integrated power management circuits and their control.

Application Deadline: 14/04/2024

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2. Fully Funded PhD Position in TA Reliability of Dynamic Flow Networks

Summary of PhD Program:

In this project, you will analyze networks where traffic flows through the network in a (cost-)efficient manner, but is subject to congestion or even failure whenever the traffic load exceeds capacities. You will explore the effect of network topology, and use these insights to design strong mitigation strategies: for example, by determining where upgrading network capacities or introducing additional routes is most beneficial. Moreover, you will develop intervention methods for flow redistribution to prevent overall failures/congestion from cascading or causing a total network collapse.

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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3. Fully Funded PhD Position in Grids Capacity and Energy Resilience

Summary of PhD Program:

The Electromechanics and Power Electronics group is one of the nine research groups of the Department of Electrical Engineering at TU/e. The group is the main centre for research in electromechanical power conversion and power electronics in the Netherlands. The research is aligned with the three main strategic research themes of Eindhoven University of Technology, i.e. Energy, Health and Smart Mobility.

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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4. Fully Funded PhD Position in Optical distribution networks to enabled 6G applications

Summary of PhD Program:

Preparation on novel intelligent photonic nodes for energy efficient optical bypass switch that will play a critical role in enhancing the performance of mobile transport networks and implement a novel distribution network with converged edge node supporting 6G heterogeneous applications. Energy reduction and/or a more sustainable mobile network, is a promising benefit of optical enabled wireless communication and should be taken into account when adding novel intelligent photonic nodes to a 6G network. 

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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5. Fully Funded PhD Position in AI-based Multi-camera Data Analysis

Summary of PhD Program:

The goal of the PhD candidate is to research and develop AI models for multi-camera data analysis and synthetic video generation. Generation of free viewpoint synthetic video streams for multi-camera broadcast setups will enable a fundamental shift in the viewing paradigm for the viewers, since they can set their own arbitrary viewpoint for watching (e.g., personal camera/channel). To enable this breakthrough, three key challenges must be solved: (a) generation of free viewpoint video frames should run in real-time, (b) the FTV algorithm-cloud mapping should be efficient and scalable to support multiple viewers, (c) the synthetic video should be accurate and photorealistic.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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6. Fully Funded PhD Position in Modeling of microstructure evolution and failure of aluminum under neutron load

Summary of PhD Program:

In this project, a framework for modeling of microstructure evolution under neutron loads, and irradiation hardening and embrittlement due to this microstructure evolution under general mechanical loads will be developed. A multi-scale approach will bridge from the physical processes that occur at the scale of the crystalline lattice and its defects, to mechanical failure at the macroscopic application scale. A combination of modelling techniques will be employed, including a cluster dynamics model, crystal plasticity and a probabilistic brittle failure model. The modelling framework will be applied to an aluminum alloy that is used for structural components of research reactors.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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7. Fully Funded PhD Position in Experimental micro-mechanics applied to cultural heritage paintings

Summary of PhD Program:

You will work in the chair of Applied Mechanics, Department of the Built Environment, under the supervision of dr. Emanuela Bosco and dr. Johan Hoefnagels. The chair of Applied Mechanics is responsible for education and research in the field mechanics, working on multi-scale, multi-physics and optimization problems related to the built environment. The chair is a member of the Graduate School on Engineering Mechanics, Netherlands. This graduate school offers the PhD students an advanced training program in the field of Engineering Mechanics, of which the core is formed by a joint series of advanced graduate courses that are closely connected to state-of-the-art research themes.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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8. Fully Funded PhD Position in AI-based Multi-modal Sensor Data Analysis

Summary of PhD Program:

The PhD candidate will work within an international research project SINTRA in cooperation with industrial partners from Netherlands, Finland, Belgium and Turkey. The general goal of the project is to enable safety and security of critical infrastructure (harbours, airports, power plants) by multi-modal sensing and AI data analysis. The PhD candidate will perform research with potential deployment of results in industrial products of Bosch, ViNotion and Sorama.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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9. Fully Funded PhD Position in Laser arrays for high-density integrated photonics

Summary of PhD Program:

Photonics is widely regarded as the key enabling technology of the 21st century and its application and use in many scientific and industrial fields is accelerated through Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs), which combine many optical components into a miniaturized chip format. Similar to electronic ICs, PICs are revolutionizing areas such as healthcare, communication and sensing and have the potential to be disruptive to the whole society. As the field matures, improving the performance and integration density of photonic building blocks has a direct impact to broaden the application areas of PICs.

Application Deadline: 05/05/2024

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Fully Funded PhD Position in Novel coatings for programmable photonics

Summary of PhD Program:

The electro-optical communications (ECO) group in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at TU/e is a globally recognised, leading scientific and applied research group focused on exploiting light for communication and quantum systems. We apply our knowledge in collaboration with other scientists at TU/e and more recently within the newly formed Eindhoven Hendrik Casimir Institute (EHCI) to develop the required solution for many of the relevant challenges in communication and sensing systems. The group expertise spans from the fundamentals and physics of photonics, optics, the design and fabrication of photonic integrated circuits (PICs) systems to exploiting optical linear/non-linear signal processing to unlock fiber capacity and relevant higher layer protocols required to operate modern optical communication networks.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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11. Fully Funded PhD Position in Plasmonic-hybrid optical circulators

Summary of PhD Program:

Photonics is widely regarded as the key enabling technology of the 21st century and its application and use in many scientific and industrial fields is accelerated through Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs), which combine many optical components into a miniaturized chip format. Similar to electronic ICs, PICs are revolutionizing areas such as healthcare, communication and sensing and have the potential to be disruptive to the whole society. A key element in building towards very large scale integration (VLSI) of photonics is the optical circulator, which manages the flow of light in complex networks.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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12. Fully Funded PhD Position in Statistics

Summary of PhD Program:

We are pleased to announce that the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Eindhoven University of Technology is opening a PhD position in Statistics. We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic candidate with a background in Mathematics/Statistics to join the Statistics Group and conduct research in the area of dependence modeling and copulas.

Application Deadline: 28/04/2024

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13. Fully Funded PhD Position in 6G Propagation Research “6G mm-Wave Channel Sounding”

Summary of PhD Program:

The FNS innovations are developed in four program lines: (1) intelligent components, developing software antennas for the new high (mm-wave and THz) frequencies in 6G; (2) intelligent networks, developing AI-driven software for 6G radio and core networks; (3) leading applications, developing new 6G applications in mobility, energy, health and other sectors that create value through new set-ups of the sector value chains; (4) ecosystem strengthening, integrating the FNS innovations in the national 6G testbed, stimulating start-ups and SMEs, developing and executing the human capital agenda and ensuring policy alignment.

Application Deadline: 07/04/2024

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14. Fully Funded PhD Position in Decentralised Data Infrastructure for Networked Circularity Twins

Summary of PhD Program:

The construction sector is responsible for 50% of raw material consumption and 35% of all waste. In the Netherlands, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from material extraction, manufacturing of construction products, construction, and renovation of buildings are estimated at 5-12% of the total national GHG emissions. Research shows that greater material efficiency could save 80% of those emissions. Therefore, strong commitments are made at national and European levels to stimulate the implementation of a circular economy. The recovery rate for Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW) has increased significantly; however, recovery and recycling represent the lowest levels in the circular economy model.

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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15. Fully Funded PhD Position in Electrospunbound porous membrane adsorbers for water purification & reuse

Summary of PhD Program:

Membrane adsorbers are porous structures (polymer matrix) with specific functionalities that selectively adsorb and remove undesired components from water sources. As both the type of matrix material and its morphology as well as the specific functionalities can be selected independently, membrane adsorption is a very versatile technology applicable for the purification or recovery of a multitude of different feed streams and applications. The approach proposed here is founded on nanofiber electrospinning using water or green solvent soluble polymers with intrinsic functionalities to prepare porous hierarchical structures in one single step with tunable properties for specific separations.

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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16. 02 Fully Funded PhD Position in Operations Management with Healthcare Applications

Summary of PhD Program:

This project adopts an objective and balanced approach to (bio)pharmaceutical drug supply chains from the joint perspectives of the government, industry, payers (major health insurance companies), hospitals and pharmacies. Notably, we place particular emphasis on a quantitative modeling (e.g. using mathematical concepts from game theory, stochastic optimization) approach towards this problem. 

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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17. Fully Funded PhD Position in Switchable and adaptive sustainable inks and coatings

Summary of PhD Program:

Plastics have their drawbacks: their production consumes energy and leads to greenhouse gas emissions; they are made from non-sustainable materials; they do not decompose; and less than 10% are recycled. Much progress has been made in making plastics more sustainable for larger applications. However, thin films, such as those used in coatings and inks, are lagging behind. The SusInkCoat project is changing that. Researchers are developing new materials, processes and applications to improve the durability, functionality and recyclability of coatings, thin films and inks. In addition, the consortium is training a new generation of chemical developers for whom sustainability and circularity are core values.

Application Deadline: 21/04/2024

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18. Fully Funded PhD Position in Robust numerical methods for inverse optical design

Summary of PhD Program:

We will take a deep dive into how to design optical elements, such as reflectors, that can transform a given source of light into a desired target distribution. Take the examples of a parallel beam of light (source) being focused onto a single point (target) through the action of a parabolic mirror, or rays from a car headlight (source) being distributed by its optical surfaces to produce a predetermined pattern (target). Figure 1 shows an example of a general case. The equations that describe the optical elements in this scenario are equations of the Monge-Ampère type. They are fundamental due to their connection to optimal transport. However, they are notorious for the difficulties in solving them. 

Application Deadline: 14/04/2024

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