TU Wien is seeking talented and motivated students for our joint doctoral program Building Solids for Function (Solids4Fun)
The purpose of the Doctoral School Solids4Fun is to determine the interplay between various parameters and properties of a wide range of different inorganic solids. Research and training in Solids4Fun is concentrated around four central issues, which are covered by the research activities of the faculty members: Surface structure and reactivity, Designed and artificial matter, Electronic properties and correlations, Optical properties and ultrafast dynamics. Additional information is available on the homepage of the Doctoral School. http://solids4fun.tuwien.ac.at/ We are looking for 1-2 doctoral students per faculty member. The doctoral positions are financed by 3 year scholarships according to the funding scheme of the Austrian Science Fund. The funding can be extended for one additional year contingent on a placement at one of our international partner institutions. Highly qualified female candidates are expressly encouraged to apply. Details of the application process is available on the Solids4Fun homepage http://solids4fun.tuwien.ac.at/phd_program Applications by the candidates can be submitted over an extended period of time. Later applications will be kept for subsequent admission dates. Faculty Members: P. Blaha, S. Bühler-Paschen, J. Burgdörfer, U. Diebold, J. Fleig, K. Held, A. Pimenov, G. Rupprechter, J. Schmiedmayer, G. Strasser, K. Unterrainer.
Research at TU Wien:
The city of Vienna provides a very high quality of life. The Technical University is renowned within the international scientific community for its high level of research. There are strong possibilities for study in both chemistry, physics, and electrical engineering.