2013 PhD Position in Organic Synthesis and Organometallic Chemistry at Uppsala University in Sweden

 PhD Position in Organic Synthesis and Organometallic Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Uppsala University in Sweden 2013

Study Subject(s):Study subject is Organic Synthesis and Organometallic Chemistry
Course Level:This scholarship is available for pursuing PhD degree
Scholarship Provider: Uppsala University
Scholarship can be taken at:Sweden

Eligibility:To qualify for a Ph D position the applicant must have at least a Master Degree with a Major in Chemistry. We are looking for a devoted, motivated, and hard-working candidate willing to work in a stimulating research field. Furthermore, the candidate should have a deep interest in synthetic organic chemistry.

Scholarship Open for International Students:The scholarship is open for Swedish students.

Scholarship Description:The PhD student is expected to carry out advanced research in synthetic organic chemistry, including performing transition metal catalysis and advanced organic synthesis. The position will also include writing research reports and manuscripts for publication in international journals. Thus, the candidate must have very good knowledge in written and spoken English.  The candidate will broaden his/her perspective and knowledge of synthetic organic chemistry, and transition metal catalysis by taking graduate courses in relevant subjects and to teach as well as participate in general departmental work such as instrument maintenance etc to a level corresponding to a maximum 20% of the employment time.

Duration of Awards:The PhD position is for four years, extendable to a maximum of five years by including department duties at a level of at most 20% (typically teaching).

How to Apply:The mode of applying is online.

Scholarship Application Deadline:Do submit your applications till Dec 1st, 2012

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