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39 Fully Funded PhD Programs at Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

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Are you holding Master’s degree and looking for fully funded PhD positions? Delft 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 brain-inspired hardware for continual learning

Summary of PhD Program:

We are looking for an enthusiastic Ph.D. candidate or post-doctoral researcher with a background in electrical engineering, computer architecture, or similar fields, and who is at ease with digital integrated circuit design. You are genuinely curious about the brain and enjoy learning beyond your comfort zone. Beyond your electrical engineering / computer architecture background, you have a keen interest to expand your expertise in the areas of machine learning and neuroscience (previous exposure in these areas is a plus). While you can take initiative, you are also a team player in order to make the best of interdisciplinary collaborations in a research team.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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2. Fully Funded PhD Position in Biodegradable Medical Implants

Summary of PhD Program:

Fabricating temporary-use devices from biodegradable materials avoids the need for a second surgery to remove the implants after their period of use. The development of new functional biodegradable materials (with tailored magnetic, electrical, mechanical, and chemical properties) and cleanroom-compatible fabrication processes (micromolding, thin films deposition, photolithography, etching) will enable the realization of fully biodegradable microsystems while retaining the established advantages of MEMS (small size, high precision, fast response time, low energy consumption, reliable large-scale production).

Application Deadline: February 1, 2024

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3. Fully Funded PhD Position in Foundation of Stochastic Partial Differential Equations

Summary of PhD Program:

At the Delft Institute for Applied Mathematics (DIAM), part of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), NL, a full-time PhD position in the mathematical analysis of stochastic partial differential equations is offered. The PhD candidate will be supervised by Prof. dr. ir. M.C. Veraar (part of the Analysis Group at DIAM). The focus of both of the projects is on well-posedness, regularity, long-time behavior, large deviations and/or approximation of solutions to parabolic and hyperbolic SPDEs of semi- and quasi-linear type. A background in Probability Theory and/or Analysis is preferable.

Application Deadline: January 31, 2024

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4. Fully Funded PhD Position in Worldwide Challenges

Summary of PhD Program:

Societal challenges to be tackled under the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially in Africa include food security, accessible and affordable global healthcare, climate change and the energy transition, housing, clean water, political stability, sustainable production and more. Research is crucial to accelerating real-world solutions. As a PhD student your challenge is to realise your vision by conducting high-quality research. Would you like to work with leading scientists, NGOs, companies, government authorities and citizens on the African continent, while developing your competencies and career as a researcher? Join the Graduate Research on Worldwide Challenges (GROW) programme of five leading universities in the Netherlands.

Application Deadline: 31 January 2024

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5. Fully Funded PhD Position in High-throughput Electron Microscopy Development

Summary of PhD Program:

Do you want to pursue a PhD with impact on science and society? We develop new technology to revolutionize our capabilities in microscopy, realizing super-fast 3D nanoscale imaging. We collaborate with partners in industry and in biomedical sciences to apply our technology and knowledge in relevant problems and products for broad implementation. And we are now looking for a PhD candidate to work at the intersection of imaging physics, nanotechnology, biology and AI, in close collaboration with other students and researchers in our collaborative research programs.

Application Deadline: 31-01-2024

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6. Fully Funded PhD Position in Pathogen Transport and Fate Modelling in Riverbank Filtration

Summary of PhD Program:

Riverbank filtration is a nature-based treatment technique for drinking water. You will investigate how pathogens are transported and removed when surface water infiltrates riverbank sediments. This 4-year PhD position is part of the research project ‘Aquifer Treatment as Green Purification Technology for Sustainable Drinking Water Supply’ (AQUIPURA), funded by the Dutch Science Foundation (NWO). In this project, we will study the removal of various types of pollutants during riverbank filtration with field monitoring, lab experiments, and mechanistic model development. AQUIPURA is a Chinese-Dutch transdisciplinary consortium with pilot sites in both the Netherlands and China. The advertised position is one of four PhD positions available in the AQUIPURA project in different scientific disciplines.

Application Deadline: 15 January 2024

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7. Fully Funded PhD Position in Theoretical Biophysics

Summary of PhD Program:

This project is a four-year theoretical biophysics project in collaboration with experimentalists. It focuses on physics and information-theoretical data analysis methods applied to biological data. The more theoretical part of the project aims to identify, if possible, physical, information theoretical or decision-making principles which various data analysis methods correspond to. A numerical part will involve comparing them on different datasets, with the goal of clarifying when they achieve different outcomes. The more biologically applied part of the project will be in close collaboration with experimentalist colleagues, focused on larger as well as smaller datasets.

Application Deadline: 15-01-2024

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8. Fully Funded PhD Position in Evolution of Outer Solar System Moons

Summary of PhD Program:

The project builds on the group’s expertise in interior and orbital mechanics of giant planet satellites. Models to simulate the tidal response of icy and rocky moons and their orbital evolution are available within the group. You will integrate and further develop these tools to build a completely new interior-orbital evolution model. The results will allow addressing outstanding questions about the evolution of outer solar system moons but will be also relevant for our understanding of the dynamics of exoplanetary systems such as TRAPPIST-1. In preparation for the Europa Clipper and JUICE missions, special emphasis will be placed on the Jovian system, and the potential to use results of these missions to place further constraints on evolutionary pathways of the satellites.

Application Deadline: January 14, 2024

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9. Fully Funded PhD Position in Developing Ecosystem Digital Twins with Remote Sensing to Combat Biodiversity Loss

Summary of PhD Program:

Biodiversity loss has far-reaching and long-lasting consequences to our way of life, leading to reduced food security, increased vulnerability to natural disasters, deteriorating resilience to climate change, species loss, declining human health as well as economic and cultural losses. To combat this threat, international goals and targets have been defined in the 2022 Kunming-Montreal global biodiversity framework. Given the unprecedented rate of global change in climate, land use, and urbanisation, it is urgent to tackle these targets and goals. Of these challenges, the main pressing one in The Netherlands concerns the nitrogen deposition damage to biodiversity.

Application Deadline: 12 January 2024

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Fully Funded PhD Position in Operational Decision Support for Reconfigurable Value Chains

Summary of PhD Program:

The manufacturing industry faces turbulent market conditions, uncertain and extensive sustainability requirements, and increasingly challenging network disruptions. In this dynamic environment, industrial networks and manufacturing/production chains need to be resilient and reconfigurable. However, network and chain reconfigurations are particularly difficult since multiple stakeholders, with different needs and values, are typically involved. Moreover, in such dynamic environmental interactions between stakeholders also change over time. Therefore, solutions to monitor, measure and control the dynamic interaction process between multiple stakeholders are needed. This is a preliminary requirement to enable fast and cost-effective network reconfigurations.

Application Deadline: 6 January 2024

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11. Fully Funded PhD Position in Uncertainty Quantification of Physics-Based and Machine Learning Models of Critical Industrial Components

Summary of PhD Program:

For this position, you will work on the development of efficient techniques for assessing uncertainties in the input parameters of physics-based models on the design performance of critical industrial components. You will investigate the combination different approaches for uncertainty quantification considering both physics-based models (Finite Element Models in particular, and its stochastic counterparts such as StatFEM) and machine learning-based surrogates (e.g. Multifidelity Gaussian Processes, Polynomial Chaos, Conformal Prediction). The key challenge will be to obtain efficient uncertainty metrics while avoiding large numbers of simulations of expensive-to-run high-fidelity models.

Application Deadline: 7 January 2024

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12. Fully Funded PhD Position in Stochastic processes on scale-free and spatial random graphs

Summary of PhD Program:

The PhD position is in the area of discrete probability theory, random graphs and stochastic processes on random graphs. Spatial networks and processes on them are the hidden backbone of our modern lives: the internet, social media, electric grids, road networks, and infectious diseases, for example. Since the 1950’s several simple models have been developed to study these phenomena. Surprisingly, even the simplest models exhibit deeply complex behaviors: they have become a focal point for modern Probability Theory. Recently, we discovered a model class that contains many simple classical models but is much larger, without being more complicated: kernel‐based spatial random graphs (KSRGs). KSRGs exhibit an even richer level of complexity.

Application Deadline: January 7, 2024

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13. Fully Funded PhD Position in Multivariate Uncertainty Characterization of Critical Components in Manufacturing Processes

Summary of PhD Program:

APRIORI aims to develop integrated product design strategies to enhance manufacturing performance in Europe. With this goal in mind, APRIORI will train the next generation of doctoral candidates to fully sustain the ongoing transition of the EU manufacturing sector. It offers 15 doctoral positions within a multidisciplinary and international network, involving universities (KU Leuven, TU Delft, Aalborg University), a research institute (Jozef Stefan Institute), and small- and large-scale industry (Grundfos Holding AS, Materialise NV, Temporary Works Design 9 B.V., Qlector) from manufacturing, equipment design, manufacturing software, and data-driven solutions sectors. Doctoral candidates will participate in research and peer-educational initiatives enhancing the collaborative and scholarly dimensions of the program.

Application Deadline: 7 January 2024

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14. Fully Funded PhD Position in Fatigue Crack Initiation and Propagation in Complex Bonded Steel-Composite Joints

Summary of PhD Program:

The research focus of the department Engineering Structures is placed on the investigation and development of resilient, smart and sustainable structures and infrastructures as well as on the structures for energy transition. Within these main themes research is carried out into the dynamics of structures, mechanics of materials related to e.g. climate change, modelling and design of railway systems, multi-scale modelling of pavement materials and structures, reuse of materials, structures and parts of structures, assessment methods for structures, smart monitoring techniques, design methods, replacement and renovation of civil infrastructure and development of new materials and maintenance techniques.

Application Deadline: 7 January 2024

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15. Fully Funded PhD Position in Effect of Defects in Wind Turbine Blade Manufacturing

Summary of PhD Program:

As a Ph.D. researcher, you will spearhead a critical investigation into the effects of manufacturing defects within the spar cap/shear web assembly—the backbone of wind turbine blades. Your work will address the inherent challenges posed by defects such as fiber misalignment, porosities, and uneven cure, which jeopardize the structural integrity and longevity of the blades.

Application Deadline: 7 January 2024

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16. Fully Funded PhD Position in Machine Learning for Multi-Sensor Detection and Classification for Autonomous Underwater Robots

Summary of PhD Program:

The goal of SeaClear2.0 is to develop a collaborative multi-robot solution engaged in collecting marine waste using autonomous underwater robots. The aim is to realize efficacious marine litter detection and collection, while at the same time minimizing impact on underwater flora and fauna like seaweed and fish. This goal will be reached by bringing together state-of-the-art technologies from the fields of machine learning, control. optimization, and marine technologies and by building a stable and trustworthy system that is able of tackling sea and ocean pollution.

Application Deadline: 8 January 2024

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17. Fully Funded PhD Position in Data-driven Approaches for Monitoring and Assessing Contaminants in Marine Environments

Summary of PhD Program:

This PhD project is part of the Horizon Europe project ONE-BLUE (Integrated approach to assess the levels and impact of contaminants of Emerging concern on BLUE health and biodiversity modulated by climate change drivers). Contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) comprise a large variety of contaminants, including chemicals, microplastics, antibiotics, etc. CECs have been found in marine environments, and the bio-accumulation and bio-magnification of some CECs has been proven. In this context the goal of ONE-BLUE is to develop an integrated system for monitoring CECs in coastal and ocean waters, and assessing and forecasting their impact on marine ecosystems and their biodiversity, including combined effects due to climate change.

Application Deadline: 8 January 2024

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18. Fully Funded PhD Position in Computer Science on Algorithms for Planning and Monitoring for Reliable Automation

Summary of PhD Program:

You will be part of the Algorithmics Group in the Department of Software Technology of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science. As a PhD researcher, you will reinforce and extend the group’s expertise in the interdisciplinary field combining real-time monitoring, planning under uncertainty, optimization, and machine learning. You will work in a dynamic and diverse environment of other PhD and postdoc researchers excited about making theoretical and algorithmic contributions in intelligent decision making. In addition, you will collaborate with experts at the Netherlands Railways and ProRail and four PhD students addressing other aspects of railway automation.

Application Deadline: January 9th, 2024

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19. Fully Funded PhD Position in 3D Super-resolution microscopy

Summary of PhD Program:

We are looking for a candidate with a strong background in physics or in a physics related discipline. In particular, we want the candidate to have expertise in a branch of optical imaging, and development of experimental setups in, in combination with a skill set in computational techniques for developing theory and running simulations and data analyses. Good programming skills in e.g. Matlab, Python, C, or Cuda, are desired. Above all, we are interested in candidates with a passion for making methodological advances in science and technology.

Application Deadline: 9 January 2024

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20. Fully Funded PhD Position in Probability Theory

Summary of PhD Program:

The PhD position is in the area of probability theory and statistical mechanics. The PhD project is a NWO funded “open competition project” which deals with the study of metastability for dilute spin systems. These are classical models of statistical mechanics with bond disorder, i.e. where deterministic pair interactions are replaced by random variables. The main objective is to develop a robust mathematical approach to study the metastable behaviour of these models. Metastability is a universal phenomenon, where a system spends a long time in a state of “pseudo equilibrium” until it crosses over to a stable state.

Application Deadline: 19 December 2023

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21. Fully Funded PhD Position in Storm Wave Interaction with Hybrid Dune-Dike Coastal Defences

Summary of PhD Program:

Within this multi-disciplinary project, your specific focus will be on the hydraulic efficiency of the dune-dike hybrid defence during extreme conditions. In such a hybrid coastal defence, the dune initially acts as a buffer and prevents wave overtopping of the dike. As the dune erodes, the dike becomes increasingly exposed to the waves. How storm waves interact with and impact both the (partially) eroded dune and the dike is still unknown because these systems have only been studied separately in the past. As a result it is still unclear how both systems, when combined, should be designed to reach a given safety level.

Application Deadline: 20 December 2023

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22. Fully Funded PhD Position in AI for Quantitative Ultrasound Biomicroscopy

Summary of PhD Program:

Artificial intelligence (AI) concepts are propelling nearly all computer vision-intensive applications in life science, biomedical research, space exploration, high-tech manufacturing, and security technology. Modern neural networks are trained to perform a specialized task using very large sets of data. The feature of adapting to data by extracting the essential information and using it to form decisions or make predictions in a “black box” is what makes this approach so powerful for many applications. For scientific applications, however, this black box causes a serious dilemma: what is gained in performance is lost in interpretability of the solution. Also lost is the ability to integrate existing physical knowledge of the system.

Application Deadline: 30th of December 2024

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23. Fully Funded PhD Position in Signal Analysis for Biomedical Imaging

Summary of PhD Program:

The position is in the group of Dr. Miriam Menzel, at the Department of Imaging Physics. The group has developed an imaging technique that exploits the scattering of visible light to visualize complex fiber structures in biological tissues. Your main focus will be to analyze the measurement data (light scattering patterns), and develop enhanced image processing and signal analysis tools to improve the reconstruction of fiber structures and to extract additional information from the measured scattering signals, such as tissue composition or fiber sizes. Prior knowledge about the imaging technique and/or biological tissues is not required. You will have access to a large database of measured scattering signals from known fiber structures which you can use to train your algorithm, and to learn how to better interpret the data, recognize patterns, and distinguish between different fiber structures – in the brain as well as in other biological tissues.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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24. Fully Funded PhD Position in Radar Signal Processing for Next Generation Vehicular Networks

Summary of PhD Program:

Automotives in next-generation vehicular networks will be equipped with advanced communication and multi-modal sensing capabilities. Existing radar sensing solutions, however, are not designed to leverage this connectivity and sensing infrastructure. The PhD project will address this gap by developing advanced signal processing algorithms that make the best use of the available infrastructure.We have a full-time PhD vacancy focusing on distributed signal processing on radar data using the communication backbone network. The goal is to exploit vehicular connectivity to enhance perception in mixed traffic conditions where vehicles have varied sensing capabilities.

Application Deadline: December 31, 2023

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25. Fully Funded PhD Position in Quantum Networks

Summary of PhD Program:

The vision of a Quantum Internet is to provide fundamentally new internet technology by enabling quantum communication between any two points on earth. Such a Quantum Internet will – in synergy with the ‘classical’ Internet that we have today – connect quantum processors in order to achieve unparalleled capabilities that are provably impossible using only classical communication.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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26. Fully Funded PhD Position in Environmental Vibrations and Acoustic Emissions from Offshore Foundation Installation

Summary of PhD Program:

Foundation piles for offshore wind become larger (XXL piles), and installation technologies develop further to drive those piles at target penetration depths. These piles radiate noise at low frequencies, usually below 150Hz, for which a more accurate soil description is required (and soil-structure-fluid interaction) since the majority of the energy (>90%) is inserted into the soil and a significant part can channel back into the seawater. Moreover, current numerical models are slow and do not allow for large number of simulations which are usually required for design purposes. At the same time, vibratory installation technologies are under development in order to reduce the noise at-the-source.

Application Deadline: 31 December 2023

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27. Fully Funded PhD Position in Thermal Management Systems for Sustainable Aviation

Summary of PhD Program:

The Thermal Management and Air Supply Systems (Thermische and Pneumatic Systemen) project is part of the large (383m€) Dutch Research program on Sustainable Aviation (Luchtvaart in Transitie) funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (Ministerie van Economische Zaken en Klimaat). In this project, the Propulsion and Power group teams up with Aeronamic and NLR with the objective of developing next-generation Vapour Compression Cycle System (VCS) technology to provide thermal management aboard future aircraft. The key component of this system is a unique high-speed centrifugal compressor, characterized by high power density, which extracts the working fluid from the evaporator to deliver it to the condenser.

Application Deadline: 3 January 2024

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28. Fully Funded PhD Position in Sequential Decision Making

Summary of PhD Program:

We are looking for a motivated candidate to work on the topics of theoretical machine learning, specifically in the domain of sequential decision making, which includes bandit problems and theoretical reinforcement learning. The primary objective of this project is to analyze and design learning algorithms and provide formal guarantees regarding their performance. To achieve this, you will need to apply advanced mathematical and statistical techniques. The project is situated in the context of efficient online learning, with a focus on scaling with model complexity and function approximation.

Application Deadline: January 5, 2024

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29. Fully Funded PhD Position in Global Value Chain Economics

Summary of PhD Program:

International value chains are a defining feature of the globalization wave of the 1990s and 2000s, which left its mark on the division of labour between firms, regions, and countries. Analysing international value chains requires the examination of trade and investment patterns across different dimensions and the position of firms in international production networks in order to understand welfare implications and economic trajectories of open economies. Equally interesting is the study of the driving forces behind these developments, such as technology, economic policies, and geopolitical events.

Application Deadline: 5 January 2024

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30. Fully Funded PhD Position in Aging Solar Sails for Space Debris Removal

Summary of PhD Program:

The “streets in space” are lined with garbage. Operational satellites that are vital to our everyday lives share their orbits with thousands of pieces of debris. An impact from such a debris object may destroy a satellite, or worse, threaten human spaceflight. At TU Delft, research is being conducted on exploiting the endless propulsion capabilities of solar sailing to clean up space. A spacecraft equipped with a solar sail rides on sunlight the way sailboats ride on the wind, making it a sustainable and cost-effective form of propulsion for a many-target active debris removal mission.

Application Deadline: 10 December 2023

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31. Fully Funded PhD Position in Novel Molecular/Metallic Electrodes for CO2/CO Conversions

Summary of PhD Program:

The open PhD position will fit within this larger team of 5-8 PhD and postdocs, while working on an independent research project embedded with the ERC Starting Grant title RECALLCO2. Here the candidate will seek to develop an entirely new set of electrodes that unify the two fields of molecular catalysts and metallic electrodes to perform novel CO2/CO electrochemical reactions. Target products include primarily ethanol and methanol while there is a wide range of possibilities for the metal electrodes and molecular compounds. The researcher will learn to utilize both H-cell and flow-cell electrochemical systems. Technical skills such as hands-on electrochemical experience, working with metallic molecular complexes, hands-on coordination chemistry experience, working with analytical instrumentation, chemical synthesis of molecular compounds are all valuable.

Application Deadline: 10 December 2023

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32. Fully Funded PhD Position in Signal Processing for Low-resolution Digital Millimeter Wave Radars

Summary of PhD Program:

The Delft Center for Systems and Control (DCSC) is offering a PhD position under the newly funded ‘Signal Processing for Environment-Aware Radar’ (SPEAR) project. The project will be carried out in the research group of Dr. N.J. Myers, in collaboration with researchers at the faculty of 3mE and the faculty of EEMCS. In this project you will work on industry-relevant scientific challenges in collaboration with industry experts from NXP. Dr. Myers’s group at TU Delft develops and analyzes novel signal processing techniques for communications and sensing with wireless systems. We focus on both applied and theoretical aspects of challenging problems in connected automotive and radars.

Application Deadline: 15 December 2023

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33. Fully Funded PhD Position in Printed Multifunctional Bone Implants

Summary of PhD Program:

This position is part of the EU Interreg Vlaanderen-Nederland project (Prosperos-II) that focuses on generation of 3D printed personalized orthopedic implants and orthoses. The research relevant for this position aims at development of osteoimmunomodulatory constructs for maximizing bone regeneration taking into account patient pathophysiological conditions. The successful candidate will have to determine strategies to incorporate the osteoimmunomodulatory function into the biomaterials by using physical, mechanical and/or biochemical cues. In addition, the PhD researcher will assess the biomaterial-induced osteoimmunomodulatory effects and their impact on new tissue formation together with the underlying mechanisms. Therefore, mono- and co-culture models, dedicated assays, and multi-scale imaging of the biointerface along tissue regeneration process will be included in the methodology.

Application Deadline: 15 December 2023

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34. Fully Funded PhD Position in Printed Multifunctional Bone Implants

Summary of PhD Program:

Thanks to innovative biomaterials and new manufacturing technologies (e.g., 3D printing), orthopaedic implants have undergone significant advancements in recent years. However, they still fail due to insufficient osseointegration. To address this problem, biomaterials as well as design- and patient-specific factors should be considered. The EU Interreg Vlaanderen-Nederland project (Prosperos-II) aims to develop a new generation of 3D-printed personalized orthopaedic implants and orthoses. The research will focus on combining controlled multiscale geometry of 3D printed bone implants with surface physicochemical cues for development of osteoinductive implants.

Application Deadline: 15 December 2023

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35. Fully Funded PhD Position in mathematical modelling of salt intrusion in rivers

Summary of PhD Program:

In coastal rivers, salty seawater intrudes into river estuaries, reducing the availability of precious fresh water and potentially salinizing ground water. Worldwide, salt intrusion is increasing due to e.g. sea level, extreme droughts and human interventions. Various physical processes cause the intrusion of salt. It is still poorly understood what processes are dominant in different rivers and how these processes may change looking 50-100 years into the future. A better understanding of these processes and how they change is an essential step in describing the vulnerability of our rivers and defining potential mitigating interventions. The modelling of salt intrusion to create such better understanding is mathematically challenging.

Application Deadline: December 15, 2023

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36. Fully Funded PhD Position in Biomolecules as antennas

Summary of PhD Program:

Transduction is happening everywhere around us. In biology, cells transduce signals from one cell to another, from the outside environment to the inside, and across different cellular compartments. An example of transduction in engineering is the use of microphones, which convert sound waves into electrical signals via intermediate mechanical oscillations. However, there is currently a lack of technology to emit and detect in the THz range of the electromagnetic spectrum; a problem also known as the ’THz gap’. To achieve broad band quantum transduction, particularly in the THz range, one solution is to use biomolecules. Biomolecules are known to absorb in that range, and they have the potential of being modified and tuned, therefore making them ideal THz bioantennas. This PhD project will explore and develop THz biomolecular antennas, possibly with making use of lipid bilayers, and then interface such bioantennas with quantum materials.

Application Deadline: 15-12-2023

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37. Fully Funded PhD Position in Optimization of optical imaging systems

Summary of PhD Program:

We are seeking a candidate with a robust background in physics or a related discipline such as electrical or mechanical engineering, or aerospace. The ideal candidate will possess excellent programming skills, the ability to think abstractly, and the capacity to apply mathematical concepts to practical problems. While experience in optical imaging and lens design is highly desirable, it is not a strict requirement. The successful candidate will be flexible, capable of working independently as well as collaboratively, and driven by a passion for advancing the fields of science and engineering.

Application Deadline: 15-12-2023

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38. Fully Funded PhD Position in De-speckled optics using 3D written diffractive free-forms

Summary of PhD Program:

We are seeking a candidate with a robust background in physics or a related discipline such as electrical or mechanical engineering. The ideal candidate will possess excellent programming and experimental skills, the ability to think abstractly, and the capacity to apply mathematical concepts to practical problems. While experience in optical imaging or optical illumination is highly desirable, it is not a strict requirement.

Application Deadline: 15-12-2023

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39. Fully Funded PhD Position in 3D digital imaging metrology of semiconductor devices

Summary of PhD Program:

High resolution imaging over a large field of view will be implemented for digital holography. When imaging the wavefield over a large field of view the aberrations are spatially dependent. Therefore they require advanced non-isoplanatic correction techniques. The PhD candidate will model non-isoplanatic aberrations in optical systems and develop computational techniques to compensate for them. These techniques will then be implemented in a lab-based experimental digital holography setup. The performance of the developed techniques will be quantified and optimized both in terms of obtained spatial resolution as well as in computational times. Moreover, since these aberrations have to be corrected in an industrial-type high-throughput environment the computations for removing them have to be performed at high speed.

Application Deadline: 15th of December 2023

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