10 PhD positions: Explore a groundbreaking opportunity to be part of the EU-MSCA Doctoral Network “PhotoCaM,” offering 10 fully-funded PhD positions. Join us in unraveling the mysteries of photosynthesis and advancing computational science. This unique program trains interdisciplinary scientists to delve into complex challenges using cutting-edge tools and methods. If you’re driven to make an impact, seize the chance to work on a molecular level, bridging biology, chemistry, physics, and computer science.
|Study Area||Scholarship Description||Eligibility||Required Documents||How to Apply||Last Date|
|Chemistry, Physics,||Join the PhotoCaM network||Master’s degree or||CV, cover letter,||Apply online||September 30th, 2023|
|Biological Sciences||for interdisciplinary||equivalent in relevant||transcripts||via website||23:59 (Europe/Berlin)|
|Computational Science||research in photosynthesis||fields|
- Chemistry » Biochemistry
- Chemistry » Computational chemistry
- Chemistry » Physical chemistry
- Physics » Biophysics
- Physics » Computational physics
- Physics » Quantum mechanics
- Biological sciences » Biological engineering
- Computer science » Modelling tools
Scholarship Description: Be part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions-Doctoral Network “PhotoCaM,” which focuses on comprehending photosynthesis and light-harvesting at the molecular level. This network aims to equip a new generation of computational scientists to address complex interdisciplinary challenges. By combining expertise in biology, chemistry, physics, and computer science, you’ll utilize techniques such as molecular dynamics simulations, quantum chemistry, theoretical spectroscopy, and machine learning to tackle these issues.
- Hold a Master’s degree or equivalent in (Bio)Physics, Chemistry, (Molecular) Biology, or related disciplines.
- Willingness to engage in highly interdisciplinary theoretical/computational projects.
- Proficiency in programming, especially in Python, is advantageous.
- Prior hands-on experience in running molecular dynamics or quantum chemistry codes is appreciated.
- Cover letter
How to Apply: Submit your application online through the official website: https://constructor.university/photocam
Last Date: Application deadline: September 30th, 2023 (interviews will follow in October) Apply now to embark on a journey of interdisciplinary collaboration and pioneering research that transcends boundaries.
For more details, visit: https://constructor.university/photocam
Don’t miss this chance to be part of the future of computational science and make a significant impact on our understanding of photosynthesis.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://constructor.university/photocam
- Address: Campusring 1, 28759 Bremen, Germany