Work in a unique research environment, in teams of renowned physicists?
Tackle challenges at the forefront of physics?
Benefit from a broad internationalnetwork?
Hone your transferrable professional skills?
Enjoy the City ofVienna, famous for leading the Quality of Living Ranks?
The Vienna Doctoral School in Physics (VDSP) at the University of Vienna is a vibrant community
Of more than 130 capable, creative and critical early stage researcher personalities,
Embedded in more than 40 scientific teams,
With innovativeexperimental, theoretical and computational capabilities.
We are offering 11 PhD positions in a large diversity of research fields. For detailed information about projects and procedures, please see: vds-physics.univie.ac.at
Online applications are accepted until 14th February, 2021.
The most promising candidates can be invited to Vienna for the virtual recruitment days in March 2021, to meet the faculty and to explore how their interests and capabilities match our research opportunities.
Vienna Doctoral School in Physics (VDSP) is the structured Physics doctoral programme at the University of Vienna.
Our mission is to
-Stimulate a spirit of excellence in research, studies and teaching,
-Strengthen synergies and collaboration among the doctoral candidates,
-Organize student selection, support and mentoring.
-Work at the forefront of fundamental science and physical technology,
-Enjoy comprehensive teaching, monitoring and advisory programme,
-Are usually paid employees in their research groups,
-Benefit from support for subsistence, scientific travel, networking and in outreach activities,
-Are supported as future leaders in science, technology and society through career development training.
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