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PhD fellow in Materials Chemistry with focus on x-ray and neutron scattering

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering one or more PhD scholarships in materials chemistry and structure analysis commencing September 1th 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Description of the scientific environment
The position is in the Nanostructure Group led by Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Nano-Science Center & Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen. The group works in materials chemistry, and focuses on applications of x-ray and neutron scattering for structure studies of new nanomaterials.

Project description
Ultra-small nanoparticles and clusters with dimensions below 5 nm exhibit novel properties, which can have large impact on the development of new energy materials. The small particle size challenges the traditional methods for structure characterization, and the atomic arrangement in ultrasmall nanoparticles and clusters, as well as the chemical reactions that lead to them, are poorly understood. This project will focus on studying the atomic structure of ultrasmall nanoparticles and clusters, and establish a relation between particle size, structure, properties and synthesis. New synthesis techniques, combining methods from organic and inorganic chemistry will be used to produce nanoparticles of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles for catalysis, and apply a range of characterization techniques; with emphasis on X-ray total scattering and pair distribution function analysis. The project contains both an experimental component (material synthesis and synchrotron x-ray and neutron data collection), as well as the development of computational techniques for data analysis.

Principal supervisor is Assistant professor Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Department of Chemistry, kirsten@chem.ku.dk, Direct Phone: +45 35 33 47 97

Job description
The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project
  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad
  • Work for the department

Formal requirements
Applicants should hold an MSc degree in Chemistry, Nanoscience or a related area with excellent results and good English skills. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience. Experience in X-ray or neutron scattering (preferably with Rietveld refinement or Pair Distribution Function (PDF) analysis) is required.

Terms of employment
The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State.

The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 322,642 (approx. €43,015) including annual supplement (+ pension up to DKK 44,567). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible.

Integrated MSc and PhD Scheme
The position is also available for candidates who are (or are eligible to be) enrolled at one of the faculty’s master programmes in Chemistry or Nanoscience. The duration of the integrated programme depends on the amount of credits that you have passed on your MSc programme. For further information about the study programme please see: www.science.ku.dk/phd, “Study Structures”.

Scholarship and terms of employment for integrated MSc and PhD
PhD grant portions (Ph.D.-SU klip)
In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme (up to three years), the student is entitled to so-called PhD grant portions. The grant portions are financed by the grant donor but not by the Danish State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme Agency (as is the case for the ordinary study grant portions on the BSc and MSc programmes). They are called PhD grant portions because this kind of remuneration is regulated and described in the Executive Order on the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme in Denmark (SU-bekendtgørelsen), and because the value of a PhD grant portion corresponds to the value of an ordinary Danish study grant portion. Students are awarded 48 PhD grant portions during the period of their MSc and PhD studies.
48 PhD grant portions at DKK 6,090 each, corresponding to DKK 292,320 (approx. €38,975).

'Duty work'
As a supplement to the PhD grant portions, the student may, in accordance with the collective agreement of the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC), be offered 'duty work'. In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme, students performing 'duty work' are paid by the hour. UCPH has decided to offer students on integrated MSc and PhD schemes 150 hours of 'duty work' per year during Part A of the programme (until two years of the combined programme of study remain). 'Duty work' during Part A if it has a duration of three years: 450 hours at a rate of DKK 214.16 (+ 12.5% holiday pay), corresponding to DKK 108,418.50 (approx. €14,450)
For further information about Part A please see: http://www.science.ku.dk/english/research/phd/studystructure/integratedphd/.

Salary in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC)
In the period after the completion of the MSc programme, the student is employed as a PhD scholar and is remunerated in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The scheme is arranged in such a way that students graduate from the MSc programme at a time when there are two years left of the integrated programme. For this reason, the salary must be paid for a period of two years in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The amounts specified include a supplement locally agreed upon as well as pension contributions: Salary as a PhD scholar: 24 months at a rate of DKK 30,600 (including pension contributions and supplement), corresponding to DKK 734,420 (approx. €97,900).

Application Procedure
The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.

Please include
  • Cover Letter
  • CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc)
  • Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any
  • Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any),
  • Full contact details (Name, address, telephone & email) of 1-3 professional referees

The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The deadline for applications is May 20th 2019 23:59 GMT +2.

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee.

The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Questions
For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Assistant professor Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Department of Chemistry, kirsten@chem.ku.dk, Direct Phone: +45 35 33 47 97.

General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http://www.science.ku.dk/phd.


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329984268Phoenix-9d314ef112019-03-25T00:00:00PhD fellow in Materials Chemistry with focus on x-ray and neutron scatteringDepartment of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering one or more PhD scholarships in materials chemistry and structure analysis commencing September 1th 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Description of the scientific environment
The position is in the Nanostructure Group led by Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Nano-Science Center & Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen. The group works in materials chemistry, and focuses on applications of x-ray and neutron scattering for structure studies of new nanomaterials.

Project description
Ultra-small nanoparticles and clusters with dimensions below 5 nm exhibit novel properties, which can have large impact on the development of new energy materials. The small particle size challenges the traditional methods for structure characterization, and the atomic arrangement in ultrasmall nanoparticles and clusters, as well as the chemical reactions that lead to them, are poorly understood. This project will focus on studying the atomic structure of ultrasmall nanoparticles and clusters, and establish a relation between particle size, structure, properties and synthesis. New synthesis techniques, combining methods from organic and inorganic chemistry will be used to produce nanoparticles of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles for catalysis, and apply a range of characterization techniques; with emphasis on X-ray total scattering and pair distribution function analysis. The project contains both an experimental component (material synthesis and synchrotron x-ray and neutron data collection), as well as the development of computational techniques for data analysis.

Principal supervisor is Assistant professor Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Department of Chemistry, kirsten@chem.ku.dk, Direct Phone: +45 35 33 47 97

Job description
The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project
  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad
  • Work for the department

Formal requirements
Applicants should hold an MSc degree in Chemistry, Nanoscience or a related area with excellent results and good English skills. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience. Experience in X-ray or neutron scattering (preferably with Rietveld refinement or Pair Distribution Function (PDF) analysis) is required.

Terms of employment
The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State.

The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 322,642 (approx. €43,015) including annual supplement (+ pension up to DKK 44,567). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible.

Integrated MSc and PhD Scheme
The position is also available for candidates who are (or are eligible to be) enrolled at one of the faculty’s master programmes in Chemistry or Nanoscience. The duration of the integrated programme depends on the amount of credits that you have passed on your MSc programme. For further information about the study programme please see: www.science.ku.dk/phd, “Study Structures”.

Scholarship and terms of employment for integrated MSc and PhD
PhD grant portions (Ph.D.-SU klip)
In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme (up to three years), the student is entitled to so-called PhD grant portions. The grant portions are financed by the grant donor but not by the Danish State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme Agency (as is the case for the ordinary study grant portions on the BSc and MSc programmes). They are called PhD grant portions because this kind of remuneration is regulated and described in the Executive Order on the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme in Denmark (SU-bekendtgørelsen), and because the value of a PhD grant portion corresponds to the value of an ordinary Danish study grant portion. Students are awarded 48 PhD grant portions during the period of their MSc and PhD studies.
48 PhD grant portions at DKK 6,090 each, corresponding to DKK 292,320 (approx. €38,975).

'Duty work'
As a supplement to the PhD grant portions, the student may, in accordance with the collective agreement of the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC), be offered 'duty work'. In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme, students performing 'duty work' are paid by the hour. UCPH has decided to offer students on integrated MSc and PhD schemes 150 hours of 'duty work' per year during Part A of the programme (until two years of the combined programme of study remain). 'Duty work' during Part A if it has a duration of three years: 450 hours at a rate of DKK 214.16 (+ 12.5% holiday pay), corresponding to DKK 108,418.50 (approx. €14,450)
For further information about Part A please see: http://www.science.ku.dk/english/research/phd/studystructure/integratedphd/.

Salary in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC)
In the period after the completion of the MSc programme, the student is employed as a PhD scholar and is remunerated in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The scheme is arranged in such a way that students graduate from the MSc programme at a time when there are two years left of the integrated programme. For this reason, the salary must be paid for a period of two years in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The amounts specified include a supplement locally agreed upon as well as pension contributions: Salary as a PhD scholar: 24 months at a rate of DKK 30,600 (including pension contributions and supplement), corresponding to DKK 734,420 (approx. €97,900).

Application Procedure
The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.

Please include
  • Cover Letter
  • CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc)
  • Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any
  • Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any),
  • Full contact details (Name, address, telephone & email) of 1-3 professional referees

The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The deadline for applications is May 20th 2019 23:59 GMT +2.

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee.

The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Questions
For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Assistant professor Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Department of Chemistry, kirsten@chem.ku.dk, Direct Phone: +45 35 33 47 97.

General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http://www.science.ku.dk/phd.
2019-05-21T00:50:28.953 Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering one or more PhD scholarships in materials chemistry and structure analysis commencing September 1th 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. Description of the scientific environment The position is in the Nanostructure Group led by Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Nano-Science Center Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen. The group works in materials chemistry, and focuses on applications of x-ray and neutron scattering for structure studies of new nanomaterials. Project description Ultra-small nanoparticles and clusters with dimensions below 5 nm exhibit novel properties, which can have large impact on the development of new energy materials. The small particle size challenges the traditional methods for structure characterization, and the atomic arrangement in ultrasmall nanoparticles and clusters, as well as the chemical reactions that lead to them, are poorly understood. This project will focus on studying the atomic structure of ultrasmall nanoparticles and clusters, and establish a relation between particle size, structure, properties and synthesis. New synthesis techniques, combining methods from organic and inorganic chemistry will be used to produce nanoparticles of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles for catalysis, and apply a range of characterization techniques with emphasis on X-ray total scattering and pair distribution function analysis. The project contains both an experimental component (material synthesis and synchrotron x-ray and neutron data collection), as well as the development of computational techniques for data analysis. Principal supervisor is Assistant professor Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Department of Chemistry, kirsten@chem.ku.dk, Direct Phone: 45 35 33 47 97 Job description The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are: To manage and carry through your research project Attend PhD courses Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Teach and disseminate your research To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad Work for the department Formal requirements Applicants should hold an MSc degree in Chemistry, Nanoscience or a related area with excellent results and good English skills. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience. Experience in X-ray or neutron scattering (preferably with Rietveld refinement or Pair Distribution Function (PDF) analysis) is required. Terms of employment The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 322,642 (approx. €43,015) including annual supplement ( pension up to DKK 44,567). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible. Integrated MSc and PhD Scheme The position is also available for candidates who are (or are eligible to be) enrolled at one of the faculty s master programmes in Chemistry or Nanoscience. The duration of the integrated programme depends on the amount of credits that you have passed on your MSc programme. For further information about the study programme please see: www.science.ku.dk phd, Study Structures . Scholarship and terms of employment for integrated MSc and PhD PhD grant portions (Ph.D.-SU klip) In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme (up to three years), the student is entitled to so-called PhD grant portions. The grant portions are financed by the grant donor but not by the Danish State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme Agency (as is the case for the ordinary study grant portions on the BSc and MSc programmes). They are called PhD grant portions because this kind of remuneration is regulated and described in the Executive Order on the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme in Denmark (SU-bekendtgørelsen), and because the value of a PhD grant portion corresponds to the value of an ordinary Danish study grant portion. Students are awarded 48 PhD grant portions during the period of their MSc and PhD studies. 48 PhD grant portions at DKK 6,090 each, corresponding to DKK 292,320 (approx. €38,975). Duty work As a supplement to the PhD grant portions, the student may, in accordance with the collective agreement of the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC), be offered duty work . In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme, students performing duty work are paid by the hour. UCPH has decided to offer students on integrated MSc and PhD schemes 150 hours of duty work per year during Part A of the programme (until two years of the combined programme of study remain). Duty work during Part A if it has a duration of three years: 450 hours at a rate of DKK 214.16 ( 12.5 holiday pay), corresponding to DKK 108,418.50 (approx. €14,450) For further information about Part A please see: http: www.science.ku.dk english research phd studystructure integratedphd . Salary in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC) In the period after the completion of the MSc programme, the student is employed as a PhD scholar and is remunerated in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The scheme is arranged in such a way that students graduate from the MSc programme at a time when there are two years left of the integrated programme. For this reason, the salary must be paid for a period of two years in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The amounts specified include a supplement locally agreed upon as well as pension contributions: Salary as a PhD scholar: 24 months at a rate of DKK 30,600 (including pension contributions and supplement), corresponding to DKK 734,420 (approx. €97,900). Application Procedure The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below. Please include Cover Letter CV Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc) Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any), Full contact details (Name, address, telephone email) of 1-3 professional referees The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The deadline for applications is May 20th 2019 23:59 GMT 2. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee. The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process . Questions For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Assistant professor Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen, Department of Chemistry, kirsten@chem.ku.dk, Direct Phone: 45 35 33 47 97. General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http: www.science.ku.dk phd.11jobnet9d314ef1100000000000IDK_OFIR_02DKDanmark228DKK2019-05-20T00:00:000000https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1307&ProjectId=149259&DepartmentId=18975&MediaId=4632&SkipAdvertisement=true0EuropaDanmarkSjælland & øerStorkøbenhavnKøbenhavn3493763KU - SCIENCE - NBI11Nørre Campus, Blegdamsvej 172100København ØDKDanmark0
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8Fuldtid47Tidsbegrænset733565JobNet4964574496457410025-03-20190https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntrySearchedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=9d314ef1https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=FeedEntryDisplayCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=9d314ef1https://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationInitiatedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=9d314ef1&page=ShowJob&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://dispatcher.ofir.dk/statistic/register?context=JobApplicationAppliedCount&feedId=dc2beb84&entryId=9d314ef1&page=EmailApplyForm&component=SendApplicationButtonhttps://static.matchwork.com/company/logo/DK/ORS/SoMe/Ledelse_og_HR/Ledelse/2.jpgPhD fellow in Materials Chemistry with focus on x-ray and neutron scattering12008001Dansk3Læse/ tale343927Supervisor6Ledelse361162702Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjergkirsten@chem.dkDKDanmarkDKDanmark330115945(211-0298/19-2H) PhD Fellow in Natural Language ProcessingRobot PhD Fellow in Natural Language Processing Machine Learning Section Department of Computer Science Faculty of Science University of Copenhagen The Machine Learning Section at the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD scholarship in Natural Language Processing commencing between 1 March 2020 and 1 April 2020 Description of the scientific environment The Machine Learning Section provides a strong, international and diverse environment for research within Theoretical and Applied Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Understanding, Information Retrieval, and Medical Image Analysis. It is housed within the main Science Campus, which is centrally located in Copenhagen. For details, see https: di.ku.dk english research machine-learning . The successful candidate will join Isabelle Augenstein s Natural Language Understanding research group (https: copenlu.github.io). Project description Word choice is strongly influenced by the gender of the speaker and the referent. Much of the prior research on gendered language has focused on laboratory studies and smaller corpora however, more recent work has begun to focus on larger-scale datasets. These studies compare the adjectives or verbs that modify each noun in a particular gendered pair of nouns, such as boy girl, aggregated across a given corpus. In our recent pilot study, we focus on large-scale detection of gender bias for any adjectives or verbs modifying common nouns (Hoyle et al., 2019). Despite its importance, the study has several strong limitations, which will be addressed in this project, namely: 1) the methods cannot directly be used to detect gender bias towards entities, such as persons 2) it focuses on English only. Addressing these two limitations is not straight-forward, as it 1) requires methods for understanding which words describe the attitude towards an entity and 2) requires cross-lingual modelling. This project will result in a general methodology for detecting and quantifying gender bias towards entities in any language, which can be applied in downstream applications. The project use case, detecting gender bias towards politicians on social media, is expected to generate new insights on its own. The principal supervisor is Assistant Professor Isabelle Augenstein, Department of Computer Science, e-mail: augenstein@di.ku.dk. The PhD student will be co-supervised by Assistant Professor Ryan Cotterell, ETH Zurich. Travel funding for bilateral visits is available. Job description The position is available for a 3-year period. The key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are: To carry out your research project with increasing autonomy from your supervisors To write scientific articles and your PhD thesis To attend PhD courses on general skills development, e.g. academic writing To disseminate your research nationally and internationally To assist in the teaching of courses, typically by working as a lab assistant for one 8-week course per year Formal requirements Applicants should hold a MSc degree or equivalent in Computer Science or a related field, and have good written and oral English skills. The assessment of your qualifications will also be made based on previous scientific publications (if any) and relevant work experience. Terms of employment The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement ( pension at a minimum DKK 53,360). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible Application Procedure The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below. Please include Cover Letter, detailing your motivation and background for applying for the specific PhD project A maximum 2-page research statement, explaining how you would approach the project CV Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc) Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any), The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The deadline for applications is Sunday 1 December 2019, 23:59 GMT 1 After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorised recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards, an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee. The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above-mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process . Questions For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor, Assistant Professor Isabelle Augenstein, Department of Computer Science, augenstein@di.ku.dk. General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http: www.science.ku.dk phd.PhD Fellow in Natural Language Processing
Machine Learning Section
Department of Computer Science
Faculty of Science

University of Copenhagen

The Machine Learning Section at the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD scholarship in Natural Language Processing commencing between 1 March 2020 and 1 April 2020

Description of the scientific environment

The Machine Learning Section provides a strong, international and diverse environment for research within Theoretical and Applied Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Understanding, Information Retrieval, and Medical Image Analysis. It is housed within the main Science Campus, which is centrally located in Copenhagen. For details, see https://di.ku.dk/english/research/machine-learning/. The successful candidate will join Isabelle Augenstein’s Natural Language Understanding research group (https://copenlu.github.io).

Project description
Word choice is strongly influenced by the gender of the speaker and the referent. Much of the prior research on gendered language has focused on laboratory studies and smaller corpora; however, more recent work has begun to focus on larger-scale datasets. These studies compare the adjectives or verbs that modify each noun in a particular gendered pair of nouns, such as boy–girl, aggregated across a given corpus. In our recent pilot study, we focus on large-scale detection of gender bias for any adjectives or verbs modifying common nouns (Hoyle et al., 2019). Despite its importance, the study has several strong limitations, which will be addressed in this project, namely: 1) the methods cannot directly be used to detect gender bias towards entities, such as persons; 2) it focuses on English only. Addressing these two limitations is not straight-forward, as it 1) requires methods for understanding which words describe the attitude towards an entity; and 2) requires cross-lingual modelling. This project will result in a general methodology for detecting and quantifying gender bias towards entities in any language, which can be applied in downstream applications. The project use case, detecting gender bias towards politicians on social media, is expected to generate new insights on its own.

The principal supervisor is Assistant Professor Isabelle Augenstein, Department of Computer Science, e-mail: augenstein@di.ku.dk. The PhD student will be co-supervised by Assistant Professor Ryan Cotterell, ETH Zurich. Travel funding for bilateral visits is available.

Job description
The position is available for a 3-year period. The key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are:



  • To carry out your research project with increasing autonomy from your supervisors
  • To write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • To attend PhD courses on general skills development, e.g. academic writing
  • To disseminate your research nationally and internationally
  • To assist in the teaching of courses, typically by working as a lab assistant for one 8-week course per year


Formal requirements
Applicants should hold a MSc degree or equivalent in Computer Science or a related field, and have good written and oral English skills. The assessment of your qualifications will also be made based on previous scientific publications (if any) and relevant work experience.

Terms of employment
The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State.

The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement (+ pension at a minimum DKK 53,360). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible

Application Procedure
The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.

Please include

  • Cover Letter, detailing your motivation and background for applying for the specific PhD project
  • A maximum 2-page research statement, explaining how you would approach the project
  • CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc)
  • Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any),


The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The deadline for applications is Sunday 1 December 2019, 23:59 GMT +1

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorised recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards, an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee.

The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above-mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science.
You can read more about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Questions
For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor, Assistant Professor Isabelle Augenstein, Department of Computer Science, augenstein@di.ku.dk.

General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http://www.science.ku.dk/phd.





KU - SCIENCE - NBIKøbenhavn Ø2019-10-31T00:00:002019-11-30T00:00:00
330115115PhD fellowship in "Opportunities for reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions by rewetting farmed peat soils (RePeat)" at the Dept. Geosciences & Natural Resource Management, University of CopenhagenRobot A 3-year PhD fellowship is available in the Section for Forest, Nature Biomass, Dept. Geosciences Natural Resource Management University of Copenhagen, Denmark, with an expected start 1 Fabruary 2020, or shortly thereafter. The fellowship is funded by the Danish Agricultural Agency as part of their climate research programme aimed at providing public and private stakeholders with tools to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases from the agricultural sector. About RePeat Farmed organic soils are responsible for up to 32 of the total emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) from the agricultural sector in Denmark, primarily as CO2. Extensification or complete stop of farming on these areas have been identified as being effective means to reduce the climate footprint of the agricultural sector. For this practice to work it is essential to increase the ground water level, which effectively stops the production of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the soil. However, the increased wetness or complete saturation of the organic soil will also create ideal conditions for production of the much more potent greenhouse gases, nitrous oxide and methane. There are only few studies of the total greenhouse gas balance, including CO2, N2O and CH4, for organic soils in Denmark where agricultural practices have stopped or been extensified and none that includes the long term development of the area over time. For these reasons the effect of this practice on reducing the climate footprint is riddled with great uncertainty. In RePeat we will assess the change in exchange of all three greenhouse gases in a range of land use on organic soils. We will measure the total annual greenhouse gas budget on location with different types of extensification, including paludiculture of different crop types with varying ground water levels (WP1) and natural regeneration of vegetation over several years after extensification (WP2). These data will combined with data on soil and biogeochemistry (WP3). The overall goal with RePeat is to increase our data and knowledge on exchange of greenhouse gases for different practice and management practices of organic soils. These data will be used to improve emission factors (WP4) for agricultural areas as they are based on the dynamic development of the greenhouse gas exchange over the growing season as a function of soil hydrology, biogeochemistry and vegetation. About your project Your primary objective is to investigate how the GHG budget develops over time on locations with natural regeneration of vegetation of abandoned peat soils and relate this to soil hydrology, biogeochemistry and growth of vegetation. This is related to WP2 of RePeat. Your project will use a variety of sampling techniques for GHGs, soil and vegetation. Your primary task is to measure the fluxes of the GHG s CO2, CH4 and N2O, from peat soils at different stages (ages) of natural regeneration of vegetation after agricultural practices have stopped. To support these measurements it is necessary to collect a range of hydrological and biogeochemical properties of the soil as well as quantify the pools of carbon, nitrogen and phosphor. Lastly, you will assess the aboveground biomass of vegetation across the regeneration gradient. For the measurements of GHG you will combine manual chamber measurements with a fully automated GHG chamber system, SkyLine2D. You will also use basic soil hydrological methods to estimate the soil water content and groundwater level as well as extract soil solution to quantify the plant and microbial available nutrients. Collectively, these methods enables to derive fundamental relations between GHG fluxes, soil hydrology and biogeochemistry which are needed for later model development. The position is available for a 3-year period and your key responsibilities as a PhD student at University of Copenhagen are: To manage and carry through your research project according to the above research tasks Attend PhD courses (in total of 30 ECTS) Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Disseminate your research at the institute and conferences To conduct secondments at foreign research institution Work for the department As a PhD student you will be part of our research group and your principal supervisor is Associate Professor, Jesper Riis Christiansen, Forest, Nature and Biomass Section, University of Copenhagen, jrc@ign.ku.dk, 45 35336942. The PhD will be co-supervised by Associate Professor Klaus Steenberg Larsen (ksl@ign.ku.dk) and Professor Per Gundersen (pgu@ign.ku.dk) (same affiliation as principal supervisor). Requirements for applying for the position Applicants must hold an MSc degree or equivalent in the field of environmental sciences, biology, geography or a related discipline. It is highly recommended that applicants have prior experience with measurements of greenhouse gas fluxes between ecosystem and atmosphere. Applicants must be fluent in both written and spoken English to a level sufficiently high for communication and dissementation at an academic level. About the host institute University of Copenhagen is the largest research and education institution in Denmark. Internationally, the University is highly competitive and is ranked as one of the leading universities globally with the most recent Shanghai rankings placed the University as No. 30 worldwide and No. 6 in Europe. This is also reflected by its membership of the prestigious International Alliance of Research Universities. Your work place will be the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management(IGN) which conducts research and education on the past, present and future physical, chemical and biological environments of the Earth and their interactions with societal and human systems to provide graduates and research in support of sustainable future solutions for society. The department has strong experience in interdisciplinary collaboration within and beyond the department. You will further be affiliated with the Section for Forest, Nature and Biomass at IGN and be a member of the Biogeochemistry research group in this section. The research group focuses on the fundamental research of soil biogeochemistry in natural ecosystems forests, wetlands, heathlands and grasslands etc., and through this seeking to understand how wider environmental and societal changes, such as land use and climate change, impact the flows and exchange of water, greenhouse gases, carbon and nitrogen. IGN has 400 employees and 25 full professors. UCPH has a strong commitment to its doctoral programme and IGN recruits over 35 new PhDs annually, about half being foreign students, which ensures a multicultural, international environment. IGN has a number of highly instrumented large-scale field experiments and monitoring stations. Jesper Riis Christiansen, the principal supervisor of the PhD, is an expert in ecosystem hydrology and biogeochemistry and the associated greenhouse gas fluxes. Terms of employment The terms of employment and salary are in accordance with Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State, and according to the rules and regulations laid down by the European Union s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action European Training Network. The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 27.135 DKK approx. 3.633 EUR (October 2019-level) plus pension. More information For further information about the position, applicants should contact principal supervisor Associate Professor, Jesper Riis Christiansen, Forest, Nature and Biomass Section, University of Copenhagen, jrc@ign.ku.dk, 45 3533 6942. Application Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking Apply now below. The application must include the following documents in PDF format: 1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page) 2. A short scientific introduction to the topic and research of this PhD project, including your suggestions for methods (max. one page, cited literature excluded) 3. CV incl. education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position 4. Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do 5. Publication list (if relevant) The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The closing date for applications is: 27 November 2019. We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications or letters of recommendation that do not live up to the above-mentioned requirements. The further process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.A 3-year PhD fellowship is available in the Section for Forest, Nature & Biomass, Dept. Geosciences & Natural Resource Management University of Copenhagen, Denmark, with an expected start 1 Fabruary 2020, or shortly thereafter.

The fellowship is funded by the Danish Agricultural Agency as part of their climate research programme aimed at providing public and private stakeholders with tools to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases from the agricultural sector.

About RePeat

Farmed organic soils are responsible for up to 32% of the total emission of greenhouse gases (GHG) from the agricultural sector in Denmark, primarily as CO2. Extensification or complete stop of farming on these areas have been identified as being effective means to reduce the climate footprint of the agricultural sector. For this practice to work it is essential to increase the ground water level, which effectively stops the production of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the soil. However, the increased wetness or complete saturation of the organic soil will also create ideal conditions for production of the much more potent greenhouse gases, nitrous oxide and methane. There are only few studies of the total greenhouse gas balance, including CO2, N2O and CH4, for organic soils in Denmark where agricultural practices have stopped or been extensified and none that includes the long term development of the area over time. For these reasons the effect of this practice on reducing the climate footprint is riddled with great uncertainty.

In RePeat we will assess the change in exchange of all three greenhouse gases in a range of land use on organic soils. We will measure the total annual greenhouse gas budget on location with different types of extensification, including paludiculture of different crop types with varying ground water levels (WP1) and natural regeneration of vegetation over several years after extensification (WP2). These data will combined with data on soil and biogeochemistry (WP3).

The overall goal with RePeat is to increase our data and knowledge on exchange of greenhouse gases for different practice and management practices of organic soils. These data will be used to improve emission factors (WP4) for agricultural areas as they are based on the dynamic development of the greenhouse gas exchange over the growing season as a function of soil hydrology, biogeochemistry and vegetation.

About your project

Your primary objective is to investigate how the GHG budget develops over time on locations with natural regeneration of vegetation of abandoned peat soils and relate this to soil hydrology, biogeochemistry and growth of vegetation. This is related to WP2 of RePeat. Your project will use a variety of sampling techniques for GHGs, soil and vegetation. Your primary task is to measure the fluxes of the GHG’s; CO2, CH4 and N2O, from peat soils at different stages (ages) of natural regeneration of vegetation after agricultural practices have stopped. To support these measurements it is necessary to collect a range of hydrological and biogeochemical properties of the soil as well as quantify the pools of carbon, nitrogen and phosphor. Lastly, you will assess the aboveground biomass of vegetation across the regeneration gradient. For the measurements of GHG you will combine manual chamber measurements with a fully automated GHG chamber system, SkyLine2D. You will also use basic soil hydrological methods to estimate the soil water content and groundwater level as well as extract soil solution to quantify the plant and microbial available nutrients. Collectively, these methods enables to derive fundamental relations between GHG fluxes, soil hydrology and biogeochemistry which are needed for later model development.

The position is available for a 3-year period and your key responsibilities as a PhD student at University of Copenhagen are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project according to the above research tasks
  • Attend PhD courses (in total of 30 ECTS)
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Disseminate your research at the institute and conferences
  • To conduct secondments at foreign research institution
  • Work for the department
As a PhD student you will be part of our research group and your principal supervisor is Associate Professor, Jesper Riis Christiansen, Forest, Nature and Biomass Section, University of Copenhagen, jrc@ign.ku.dk, +45 35336942. The PhD will be co-supervised by Associate Professor Klaus Steenberg Larsen (ksl@ign.ku.dk) and Professor Per Gundersen (pgu@ign.ku.dk) (same affiliation as principal supervisor).

Requirements for applying for the position

Applicants must hold an MSc degree or equivalent in the field of environmental sciences, biology, geography or a related discipline.

It is highly recommended that applicants have prior experience with measurements of greenhouse gas fluxes between ecosystem and atmosphere. Applicants must be fluent in both written and spoken English to a level sufficiently high for communication and dissementation at an academic level.

About the host institute

University of Copenhagen is the largest research and education institution in Denmark. Internationally, the University is highly competitive and is ranked as one of the leading universities globally with the most recent Shanghai rankings placed the University as No. 30 worldwide and No. 6 in Europe. This is also reflected by its membership of the prestigious International Alliance of Research Universities.

Your work place will be the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management(IGN) which conducts research and education on the past, present and future physical, chemical and biological environments of the Earth and their interactions with societal and human systems to provide graduates and research in support of sustainable future solutions for society. The department has strong experience in interdisciplinary collaboration within and beyond the department. You will further be affiliated with the Section for Forest, Nature and Biomass at IGN and be a member of the Biogeochemistry research group in this section. The research group focuses on the fundamental research of soil biogeochemistry in natural ecosystems; forests, wetlands, heathlands and grasslands etc., and through this seeking to understand how wider environmental and societal changes, such as land use and climate change, impact the flows and exchange of water, greenhouse gases, carbon and nitrogen.

IGN has 400 employees and 25 full professors. UCPH has a strong commitment to its doctoral programme and IGN recruits over 35 new PhDs annually, about half being foreign students, which ensures a multicultural, international environment. IGN has a number of highly instrumented large-scale field experiments and monitoring stations. Jesper Riis Christiansen, the principal supervisor of the PhD, is an expert in ecosystem hydrology and biogeochemistry and the associated greenhouse gas fluxes.

Terms of employment

The terms of employment and salary are in accordance with Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State, and according to the rules and regulations laid down by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action European Training Network.

The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University’s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 27.135 DKK /approx. 3.633 EUR (October 2019-level) plus pension.

More information

For further information about the position, applicants should contact principal supervisor Associate Professor, Jesper Riis Christiansen, Forest, Nature and Biomass Section, University of Copenhagen, jrc@ign.ku.dk, +45 3533 6942.

Application

Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking ‘Apply now’ below. The application must include the following documents in PDF format:

1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page)

2. A short scientific introduction to the topic and research of this PhD project, including your suggestions for methods (max. one page, cited literature excluded)

3. CV incl. education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position

4. Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do

5. Publication list (if relevant)

The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The closing date for applications is: 27 November 2019.

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications or letters of recommendation that do not live up to the above-mentioned requirements.

The further process

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor.

The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement.

Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.

You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.





KU - SCIENCE - NBIKøbenhavn Ø2019-10-30T00:00:002019-11-27T00:00:00
330114135PhD fellow in AlgorithmsRobot PhD fellow in Algorithms Department of Computer Science Faculty of Science University of Copenhagen Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen (DIKU) is offering a PhD scholarship(s) in algorithms commencing 1 September 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. Description of the scientific environment The Algorithms and Complexity Section at DIKU is headed by Professor Mikkel Thorup. The group is prolific at the topmost conferences like SODA, STOC, and FOCS, e.g., with 7 papers accepted for SODA 20. Adding to the excitement, we have the center Basic Algorithms Research Copenhagen (BARC) which also involves the IT University of Copenhagen. The aim is to attract top talent from around the world to an ambitious, creative, collaborative, and fun environment. Using the power of mathematics, we strive to create fundamental breakthroughs in algorithmic thinking. While the focus of BARC is algorithms theory, we do have a track record of surprising algorithmic discoveries leading to major industrial applications. The successful candidate will participate in BARC, enjoying the inspiration from the many PhD students, postdocs and visitors. Inquiries about the position can be made to Professor Mikkel Thorup, Department of Computer Science, E-mail mthorup@di.ku.dk, direct phone: 45 21179123. Job description The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are: To manage and carry through your research project Attend PhD courses Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Teach and disseminate your research To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad Work for the department Formal requirements The candidates must have a BSc or an MSc degree in Computer Science, Mathematics or a related field and good English skills. a demonstrated talent within algorithms (the type of algorithms that get published at SODA, STOC, and FOCS). This should be demonstrated by top grades in relevant courses in mathematics or computer science, or at the International Olympiads of Mathematics or Informatics, or by publications at top conferences. Terms of employment The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement ( pension at a minimum DKK 53,360). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible. Integrated MSc and PhD Scheme The position is also available for candidates who are (or are eligible to be) enrolled at MSc programme in Computer Science. The duration of the integrated programme depends on the amount of credits that you have passed on your MSc programme. For further information about the study programme please see: www.science.ku.dk phd, Study Structures . Scholarship and terms of employment for integrated MSc and PhD PhD grant portions (Ph.D.-SU klip) In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme (up to three years), the student is entitled to so-called PhD grant portions. The grant portions are financed by the grant donor but not by the Danish State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme Agency (as is the case for the ordinary study grant portions on the BSc and MSc programmes). They are called PhD grant portions because this kind of remuneration is regulated and described in the Executive Order on the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme in Denmark (SU-bekendtgørelsen), and because the value of a PhD grant portion corresponds to the value of an ordinary Danish study grant portion. Students are awarded 48 PhD grant portions during the period of their MSc and PhD studies. 48 PhD grant portions at DKK 6,166 each, corresponding to DKK 295,968 (approx. €39,460). Duty work As a supplement to the PhD grant portions, the student may, in accordance with the collective agreement of the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC), be offered duty work . In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme, students performing duty work are paid by the hour. UCPH has decided to offer students on integrated MSc and PhD schemes 150 hours of duty work per year during Part A of the programme (until two years of the combined programme of study remain). Duty work during Part A if it has a duration of three years: 450 hours at a rate of DKK 217.94 ( 12.5 holiday pay), corresponding to DKK 110,331 (approx. €14,710) For further information about Part A please see: http: www.science.ku.dk english research phd studystructure integratedphd . Salary in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC) In the period after the completion of the MSc programme, the student is employed as a PhD scholar and is remunerated in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The scheme is arranged in such a way that students graduate from the MSc programme at a time when there are two years left of the integrated programme. For this reason, the salary must be paid for a period of two years in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The amounts specified include a supplement locally agreed upon as well as pension contributions: Salary as a PhD scholar: 24 months at a rate of DKK 31,809 (including pension contributions and supplement), corresponding to DKK 763,430 (approx. €101,790). Application Procedure The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below. Please include Cover Letter, stating detailing your motivation and background for applying for the PhD project CV Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc) Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any), Full contact details (Name, address, telephone email) of 1-3 professional referees The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The deadline for applications is 5 January 2020, 23:59 GMT 1. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee. The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process . Questions For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Professor Mikkel Thorup, Department of Computer Science, E-mail thorup@di.ku.dk, Direct Phone: 45 21179123. General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http: www.science.ku.dk phd.PhD fellow in Algorithms
Department of Computer Science
Faculty of Science
University of Copenhagen


Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen (DIKU) is offering a PhD scholarship(s) in algorithms commencing 1 September 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Description of the scientific environment

The Algorithms and Complexity Section at DIKU is headed by Professor Mikkel Thorup. The group is prolific at the topmost conferences like SODA, STOC, and FOCS, e.g., with 7 papers accepted for SODA’20. Adding to the excitement, we have the center Basic Algorithms Research Copenhagen (BARC) which also involves the IT University of Copenhagen. The aim is to attract top talent from around the world to an ambitious, creative, collaborative, and fun environment. Using the power of mathematics, we strive to create fundamental breakthroughs in algorithmic thinking. While the focus of BARC is algorithms theory, we do have a track record of surprising algorithmic discoveries leading to major industrial applications.

The successful candidate will participate in BARC, enjoying the inspiration from the many PhD students, postdocs and visitors.

Inquiries about the position can be made to Professor Mikkel Thorup, Department of Computer Science, E-mail mthorup@di.ku.dk, direct phone: +45 21179123.

Job description
The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project
  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad
  • Work for the department
Formal requirements
The candidates must have

  • a BSc or an MSc degree in Computer Science, Mathematics or a related field and good English skills.
  • a demonstrated talent within algorithms (the type of algorithms that get published at SODA, STOC, and FOCS). This should be demonstrated by top grades in relevant courses in mathematics or computer science, or at the International Olympiads of Mathematics or Informatics, or by publications at top conferences.

Terms of employment
The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement (+ pension at a minimum DKK 53,360). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible.

Integrated MSc and PhD Scheme
The position is also available for candidates who are (or are eligible to be) enrolled at MSc programme in Computer Science. The duration of the integrated programme depends on the amount of credits that you have passed on your MSc programme. For further information about the study programme please see: www.science.ku.dk/phd, “Study Structures”.


Scholarship and terms of employment for integrated MSc and PhD
PhD grant portions (Ph.D.-SU klip)

In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme (up to three years), the student is entitled to so-called PhD grant portions. The grant portions are financed by the grant donor but not by the Danish State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme Agency (as is the case for the ordinary study grant portions on the BSc and MSc programmes). They are called PhD grant portions because this kind of remuneration is regulated and described in the Executive Order on the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme in Denmark (SU-bekendtgørelsen), and because the value of a PhD grant portion corresponds to the value of an ordinary Danish study grant portion. Students are awarded 48 PhD grant portions during the period of their MSc and PhD studies.

48 PhD grant portions at DKK 6,166 each, corresponding to DKK 295,968 (approx. €39,460).

'Duty work'
As a supplement to the PhD grant portions, the student may, in accordance with the collective agreement of the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC), be offered 'duty work'. In the period up to the completion of the MSc programme, students performing 'duty work' are paid by the hour. UCPH has decided to offer students on integrated MSc and PhD schemes 150 hours of 'duty work' per year during Part A of the programme (until two years of the combined programme of study remain). 'Duty work' during Part A if it has a duration of three years: 450 hours at a rate of DKK 217.94 (+ 12.5% holiday pay), corresponding to DKK 110,331 (approx. €14,710)

For further information about Part A please see: http://www.science.ku.dk/english/research/phd/studystructure/integratedphd/.

Salary in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional

Associations (AC)
In the period after the completion of the MSc programme, the student is employed as a PhD scholar and is remunerated in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The scheme is arranged in such a way that students graduate from the MSc programme at a time when there are two years left of the integrated programme. For this reason, the salary must be paid for a period of two years in accordance with the collective agreement with the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations (AC). The amounts specified include a supplement locally agreed upon as well as pension contributions: Salary as a PhD scholar: 24 months at a rate of DKK 31,809 (including pension contributions and supplement), corresponding to DKK 763,430 (approx. €101,790).


Application Procedure
The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.

Please include

  • Cover Letter, stating detailing your motivation and background for applying for the PhD project
  • CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc)
  • Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any
  • Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any),
  • Full contact details (Name, address, telephone & email) of 1-3 professional referees

    The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

    The deadline for applications is 5 January 2020, 23:59 GMT +1.

    After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee.
    The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

    Questions
    For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Professor Mikkel Thorup, Department of Computer Science, E-mail thorup@di.ku.dk, Direct Phone: +45 21179123.
    General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http://www.science.ku.dk/phd.
KU - SCIENCE - DATALOGISK INSTITUT - UP1København Ø2019-10-29T00:00:002019-12-05T00:00:00
330111869PhD fellowship focused on understanding linkages between deforestation and dietary changes in low-income countries, with a primary focus on Tanzania and MalawiRobot Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD fellowship as part of the European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant project FORESTDIET led by assistant professor Laura Vang Rasmussen. The scholarship will commence 1 March 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. Description of the scientific environment The selected individual will be based within the Section for Geography at the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management (IGN), University of Copenhagen, Denmark and be part of Rasmussen s ERC project group as well as the research group Environment and Society in Developing countries . IGN conducts research and education on the past, present and future physical, chemical and biological environments of the Earth and their interactions with societal and human systems to provide graduates and research in support of sustainable future solutions for society. Further information on the Department can be found at www.science.ku.dk english about-the-faculty organisation . Project description The selected candidate will work on the project FORESTDIET: Two billion people across the planet suffer from nutrient deficiencies. Dietary diversification is key to solving this problem, yet food security policy, especially in low-income countries, still focuses on increasing agricultural production and access to sufficient calories as the main solution. But calories are not all equal. Indeed, this approach has created a blind spot with respect to the role of forests, which are often overlooked but may be important for dietary diversification for the rural poor by providing wild foods, high-value products which can be sold and thereby enable food purchases, and fodder for livestock which then provide meat, milk and eggs as well as manure to improve agricultural production. This project will identify how forest loss and fragmentation affect people s dietary quality in low-income countries, thereby laying the ground for a shift in how we think about pathways to food security that is, to move from conceptualizing food security as driven by agriculture alone to seeing it as dependent on socio-ecological interactions at the forest-agriculture nexus. The selected candidate will be expected to co-develop research with Rasmussen within this project and is expected to leverage existing datasets on food consumption, land cover change, including agricultural expansion or contraction, and deforestation and reforestation as well as plan and carry out local-level data collection across multiple settings in Tanzania or Malawi. The candidate is also expected to assimilate or collect additional data on socio-economic characteristics, biophysical conditions, and agricultural strategies in the region of interest. Supervisor is Asst. Professor Laura Vang Rasmussen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, lr@ign.ku.dk Job description The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are: To manage and carry through your research project Attend PhD courses Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Teach and disseminate your research To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad Formal requirements Applicants should hold an MSc degree in in environmental sciences, geography, agricultural economics, land change science, nutrition or a related field. Geo-spatial and statistical expertise, some programming abilities (e.g., R), experience doing independent research, and excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills are required. Experience in tropical regions low-income countries, as well as ability to interact with different people ranging from rural smallholders to high-level decision-makers will be crucial. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience. Terms of employment The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement ( pension at a minimum DKK 53,360). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible. Application Procedure The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below. Please include: Cover Letter CV Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc) Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any), Full contact details (Name, address, telephone email) of 1-3 professional referees The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The deadline for applications is 28 November 2019, 23:59 GMT 2. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee. The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process . Questions For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the supervisor Asst. Professor Laura Vang Rasmussen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, lr@ign.ku.dk. General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at www.science.ku.dk phd.Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD fellowship as part of the European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant project FORESTDIET led by assistant professor Laura Vang Rasmussen. The scholarship will commence 1 March 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Description of the scientific environment
The selected individual will be based within the Section for Geography at the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management (IGN), University of Copenhagen, Denmark and be part of Rasmussen’s ERC project group as well as the research group ‘Environment and Society in Developing countries’. IGN conducts research and education on the past, present and future physical, chemical and biological environments of the Earth and their interactions with societal and human systems to provide graduates and research in support of sustainable future solutions for society. Further information on the Department can be found at www.science.ku.dk/english/about-the-faculty/organisation/.

Project description
The selected candidate will work on the project FORESTDIET: Two billion people across the planet suffer from nutrient deficiencies. Dietary diversification is key to solving this problem, yet food security policy, especially in low-income countries, still focuses on increasing agricultural production and access to sufficient calories as the main solution. But calories are not all equal. Indeed, this approach has created a blind spot with respect to the role of forests, which are often overlooked but may be important for dietary diversification for the rural poor by providing wild foods, high-value products which can be sold and thereby enable food purchases, and fodder for livestock which then provide meat, milk and eggs as well as manure to improve agricultural production. This project will identify how forest loss and fragmentation affect people’s dietary quality in low-income countries, thereby laying the ground for a shift in how we think about pathways to food security – that is, to move from conceptualizing food security as driven by agriculture alone to seeing it as dependent on socio-ecological interactions at the forest-agriculture nexus.

The selected candidate will be expected to co-develop research with Rasmussen within this project and is expected to leverage existing datasets on food consumption, land cover change, including agricultural expansion or contraction, and deforestation and reforestation as well as plan and carry out local-level data collection across multiple settings in Tanzania or Malawi. The candidate is also expected to assimilate or collect additional data on socio-economic characteristics, biophysical conditions, and agricultural strategies in the region of interest.

Supervisor is Asst. Professor Laura Vang Rasmussen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, lr@ign.ku.dk

Job description
The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project
  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad
Formal requirements
Applicants should hold an MSc degree in in environmental sciences, geography, agricultural economics, land change science, nutrition or a related field. Geo-spatial and statistical expertise, some programming abilities (e.g., R), experience doing independent research, and excellent communication, writing, and organizational skills are required. Experience in tropical regions/low-income countries, as well as ability to interact with different people ranging from rural smallholders to high-level decision-makers will be crucial. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience.

Terms of employment
The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State.

The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement (+ pension at a minimum DKK 53,360). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible.

Application Procedure
The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.

Please include:

  • Cover Letter
  • CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc)
  • Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any),
  • Full contact details (Name, address, telephone & email) of 1-3 professional referees
The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The deadline for applications is 28 November 2019, 23:59 GMT +2.

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee.

The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Questions
For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the supervisor Asst. Professor Laura Vang Rasmussen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, lr@ign.ku.dk.

General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at www.science.ku.dk/phd.

KU - SCIENCE - IGNKøbenhavn K2019-10-24T00:00:002019-11-28T00:00:00
330111863PhD fellow in the field of Physics of Ice, Climate and EarthRobot The Niels Bohr Institute, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD scholarship in Physics of Ice, Climate and Earth (PICE) commencing 1 February 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter. The candidate will be part of the gas laboratory team of PICE that works on reconstructing past atmospheric conditions by extraction and analysing air bubbles from polar ice cores. Applicants will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects in a stimulating and interactive international environment. More information about the section can be found on https: www.nbi.ku.dk english research pice The past composition of the atmosphere is recorded in air bubbles in polar ice sheets. Methane (CH4) is an important and strong greenhouse gas in the atmosphere it is part of a feedback loop between climate and biological production. As a consequence of the short lifetime (~10 years) changes in the atmospheric concentration are fast. During the last glacial period methane concentrations changed rapidly over Dansgaard-Oeschger events and it has been suggested that changes in tropical sources are responsible for the change (e.g. Rhodes et al., Science, 348, 1016-1019, 10.1126 science.1262005, 2015). The goal of the project is to identify methane sources by the isotopic composition of methane. The PhD candidate will form a team with a postdoc working on the same project but with different tasks. The project has an extensive experimental part including building modifying part of the existing measurement system. We are therefore looking for experimentally skilled applicants preferentially with experience in mass spectrometry. Principal supervisor is Prof. Thomas Blunier, Niels Bohr Institute, blunier@nbi.ku.dk, 45 35 32 05 84. Job description The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are: To manage and carry through your research project Attend PhD courses Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Teach and disseminate your research To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad Work for the department Formal requirements Applicants should hold an MSc degree in geophysics, physics, or other related or relevant fields with good results and good English skills. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience. Terms of employment The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement ( pension at a minimum DKK 53,361). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible. Application Procedure The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below. Please include Cover Letter detailing your motivation and background for applying for the PhD project. CV Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc) Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any), The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The deadline for applications is 24. November 2019, 23:59 GMT 1. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee. The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science. You can read more about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process . Questions For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Prof. Thomas Blunier, Niels Bohr Institute, blunier@nbi.ku.dk, 45 35 32 05 84. General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http: www.science.ku.dk phd.The Niels Bohr Institute, Faculty of Science at University of Copenhagen is offering a PhD scholarship in Physics of Ice, Climate and Earth (PICE) commencing 1 February 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

The candidate will be part of the gas laboratory team of PICE that works on reconstructing past atmospheric conditions by extraction and analysing air bubbles from polar ice cores.

Applicants will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects in a stimulating and interactive international environment. More information about the section can be found on https://www.nbi.ku.dk/english/research/pice/

The past composition of the atmosphere is recorded in air bubbles in polar ice sheets. Methane (CH4) is an important and strong greenhouse gas in the atmosphere; it is part of a feedback loop between climate and biological production. As a consequence of the short lifetime (~10 years) changes in the atmospheric concentration are fast. During the last glacial period methane concentrations changed rapidly over Dansgaard-Oeschger events and it has been suggested that changes in tropical sources are responsible for the change (e.g. Rhodes et al., Science, 348, 1016-1019, 10.1126/science.1262005, 2015). The goal of the project is to identify methane sources by the isotopic composition of methane. The PhD candidate will form a team with a postdoc working on the same project but with different tasks. The project has an extensive experimental part including building/modifying part of the existing measurement system. We are therefore looking for experimentally skilled applicants preferentially with experience in mass spectrometry.


Principal supervisor is Prof. Thomas Blunier, Niels Bohr Institute, blunier@nbi.ku.dk, +45 35 32 05 84.


Job description

The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student at SCIENCE are:

To manage and carry through your research project

  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To stay at an external research institution for a few months, preferably abroad
  • Work for the department
Formal requirements
Applicants should hold an MSc degree in geophysics, physics, or other related or relevant fields with good results and good English skills. As criteria for the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience.

Terms of employment

The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State.

The starting salary is currently at a minimum DKK 328.355 (approx. €43,750) including annual supplement (+ pension at a minimum DKK 53,361). Negotiation for salary supplement is possible.


Application Procedure

The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking APPLY NOW below.


Please include

  • Cover Letter detailing your motivation and background for applying for the PhD project.
  • CV
  • Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc)
  • Acceptance Letter for the relevant MSc Programme at SCIENCE, if any
  • Other information for consideration, e.g. list of publications (if any),
The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.


The deadline for applications is 24. November 2019, 23:59 GMT +1.


After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Interview Committee. Afterwards an assessment committee will be appointed to evaluate the selected applications. The applicants will be notified of the composition of the committee and the final selection of a successful candidate will be made by the Head of Department, based on the recommendations of the assessment committee and the interview committee.

The main criterion for selection will be the research potential of the applicant and the above mentioned skills. The successful candidate will then be requested to formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD school of Science.

You can read more about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/.

Questions

For specific information about the PhD scholarship, please contact the principal supervisor Prof. Thomas Blunier, Niels Bohr Institute, blunier@nbi.ku.dk, +45 35 32 05 84.

General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at http://www.science.ku.dk/phd.





KU - SCIENCE - NBIKøbenhavn Ø2019-10-24T00:00:002019-11-24T00:00:00
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