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PHD Positions (f/m) Graduate School "Confinement-Controlled Chemistry"
Published(388 days ago)
Deadline for applications(356 days ago)
The Ruhr-Universität Bochum is one of the leading research universities. The university draws its strengths from both
the diversity and the proximity of scientific and engineering disciplines on a single, coherent campus. This highly
dynamic setting enables students and researchers to work across traditional boundaries of academic subjects and faculties.
TWELVE PHD POSITIONS
GRADUATE SCHOOL „CONFINEMENT-CONTROLLED CHEMISTRY“
The graduate school „Confinement-controlled Chemistry“ is looking for top-class graduate students with an interest
in exploring the influence of geometrical confinement on reactions. Our graduate school offers a three year program, starting
July 1 st 2018, that combines cutting-edge research with a structured curriculum (in English) of lectures, colloquia and
workshops in the fields of theory, spectroscopy, synthesis, and surface science. The program also comprises the opportunity
for an integrated three-month research stay at the University of California at Berkeley.
Twelve PhD positions with 19,92 hours/week E13 TV-L for 3 years are available in the fields of supra-molecular chemistry, laser
spectroscopy, synchroton X-ray spectroscopy, advanced vibrational spectroscopy, single molecule imaging, and free energy simulations.
For further details refer to our website http://www.confinement-controlled-chemistry.de/
If the position is funded by third-party funds the employee has no teaching obligation.
At Ruhr-Universität Bochum, we wish to promote careers of women in areas in which they have been underrepresented, and we would therefore
like to encourage female candidates to send us their applications. Applications by suitable candidates with severe disabilities and other
applicants with equal legal status are likewise most welcome.
Applications should include degree transcripts and certificates, proof of language skills in English, a detailed curriculum vitae with
information on awards, presentations, and publications, and a short motivation letter (max. 500 words) that includes the specific project
of interest within the graduate school.
Qualified candidates are asked to submit their application electronically (as a single pdf file) by April 30, 2018 via email to