PhD position in Chemistry: The Department of Chemistry at Umeå University invites applications for a PhD position in Chemistry with a specialization in geochemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, or a related field. The project will focus on studying geologic minerals at the molecular level using advanced theoretical and experimental synchrotron-based techniques, in the context of nuclear waste disposal.
|Study Area||Silicate Geochemistry|
|Scholarship Description||Investigate chemical and structural changes of minerals in contact with water under ionizing radiation. The project is funded by the Swedish Radiation Authority.|
|Eligibility||Candidates with a relevant Master’s degree, strong English proficiency, and interest in geochemistry.|
|Required Documents||Personal letter, CV, degree certificates, diplomas, publications, contact information for two references.|
|How to Apply||Apply via the e-recruitment system Varbi by November 30, 2023.|
|Last Date||November 30, 2023|
PhD position in Chemistry, Specialization in Silicate Geochemistry
The doctoral project, funded by the Swedish Radiation Authority, aims to investigate the chemical and structural changes of various minerals when exposed to ionizing radiation (gamma and X-ray radiation) in the context of high-level nuclear waste disposal. The successful candidate will work in collaboration with Prof. Mats Jonsson at Applied Physical Chemistry, KTH, Sweden, and utilize synchrotron light techniques (XANES, EXAFS, XRD) at various facilities.
Eligibility: Candidates must hold a Master’s degree, have a strong command of English, and demonstrate a keen interest in geochemistry. The candidate should be creative, independent, possess problem-solving analytical ability, and exhibit both teamwork and initiative.
Required Documents: Applicants must submit a personal letter, CV, copies of degree certificates, diplomas, relevant publications, and contact information for at least two reference persons.
How to Apply: Candidates should apply through the e-recruitment system Varbi, following the link at the bottom of the page. The deadline for applications is 30 November 2023.