The University of Copenhagen is providing the PhD Positionsin Optical Sensor Technology and Application in Aquatic Science at the Department of Biology in Denmark.
A 3-year PhD award in Optical Sensor Technology and Application in Aquatic Science will be available at the Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen. The project aims to develop and optimize new optical measuring methods for quantifying the chemical microenvironment in aquatic systems. Methodologies will encompass both fibre-optic microsensors and luminescence imaging techniques, with focus on measuring irradiance, O2 and pH.
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- Study Subject(s): Optical Sensor Technology and Application in Aquatic Science
- Course Level: PhD
- Scholarship Provider: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
- The award can be taken at Denmark
The positions are available for a 3-year period for applicants holding a relevant master´s degree or for a 4-year period for applicants who are already enrolled or are accepted to be enrolled at one of the Faculty´s master´s programmes. At the time of commencement, applicants for the 4-year period must have approximately one year of study remaining before graduating from their MSc programme.
Scholarship Open for International Students: No
How to Apply: Applicants can fill the online application form
application Deadline: Closed