2013 University of Copenhagen offer Postdoctoral Fellowships in the field of Astrophysics and Cosmology Research at the Dark Cosmology Centre (DARK), Niels Bohr Institute, CPH in Denmark
Study Subject(s):The grant is provided to learn High-Redshift Galaxy Evolution, Quasars, Supernovae, Reionization, Gamma-ray Bursts, Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Cosmic Dust, Clusters of Galaxies and Gravitational lensing.
Course Level:This scholarship is for pursuing Postdoctoral level.
Scholarship Provider: University of Copenhagen.
The award can be taken at: Denmark.
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-We encourage applications from the best candidates irrespective of nationality, gender, or background.
-Most non-Danish citizens are eligible for a favorable tax scheme.
-Selection of the successful candidates will be made by an international committee where the principal selection criteria will be outstanding research accomplishments and promise of future achievement.
Description: The Centre offers an international, vibrant, young research environment with very active workshop and visitor programs, and ample opportunity for scientific and social interaction. DARK is the extra-galactic astrophysics and cosmology research group at the Niels Bohr Institute, and as such is a fully embedded and permanent part of the University. DARK’s staff are both internally and externally funded, from more than 10 different sources.
Number of awards offered: 2-3 The studentships are offered.
Tenure of award: The positions are for a period of 2 years with the possibility of extension.
Value: Postdoctoral Fellows at DARK receive a competitive salary and significant support for computing, travel and publication expenses.
Other Benefits: Not Known
Selection criteria: Selection of the successful candidates will be made by an international committee where the principal selection criteria will be outstanding research accomplishments and promise of future achievement.
How to Apply: The mode of applying is electronically.
application Deadline: Do submit your applications till 1 December 2012.