Chalmers Cosmic Origins Postdoctoral Fellowships in Sweden 2018
Applications are invited for Chalmers Cosmic Origins Postdoctoral Fellowships to study in Sweden. International applicants are eligible to apply for this fellowship.
The Chalmers University of Technology is a Swedish university located in Gothenburg that focuses on research and education in technology, natural science, architecture, maritime and other management areas.
On the one hand, university focus on basic science related to the origins of the universe, of our planet and of life. On the other, we observe what is happening on Earth today and develop methods, tools, and models that enable us to look towards the future and find solutions to global challenges about resources, energy supply, and environmental impact.
Course Level: Fellowships are available to pursue Postdoctoral programme.
Study Subject: Fellowships are awarded within the Department of Space, Earth, and Environment (Astronomy and Plasma Physics Division). The research topics of the Galactic astronomy group cover Galactic star formation to evolved stars; other topics covered at the division include galaxy formation and evolution, and galaxy clusters. Galactic star and planet formation research at the unit is rapidly growing and will include at least 10 members and several associated scientists at collaborating institutes.
Scholarship Award: Full-time temporary employment. The Chalmers-MPIA and Chalmers-MPE positions are limited to a maximum of two years (1+1) at Chalmers. The Chalmers Cosmic Origins Fellowship is limited to a maximum of three years (2 years as a postdoc+1 year as a researcher).
Number of Scholarships: One or more positions are three-year fellowships at Chalmers (Chalmers Cosmic Origins Fellowship; 2 years as a postdoc, 1 year as a researcher).
Scholarship can be taken in Sweden
Eligibility: The following criteria must be met in order for applicants to be eligible for the scholarship:
To qualify for these postdoc fellowship positions, you must have a doctoral degree in a relevant field for example astronomy, astrophysics, or similar.