Within the context of the Pierre Auger Collaboration, the High Energy Astroparticle Physics Department of the Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics (IMAPP) Faculty of Science, Radboud University, Netherlands is looking for two PhD candidates.
About Radboud University
The University of Radboud is famously known for its world-class research and strong tradition of quality education. The internationally accredited education and research institute is located in Nijmegen, Netherlands, and was found in 1923.
The university’s high-quality programs are hosted in 14 research institutes and many of these programs are world-leading in their field. The international diverse atmosphere of the university creates room for its students to grow their ideas beyond their scope of the study.
Radboud University is committed to holding up its position as the top-ranked university for the past seven years consecutively. The international outlook of this institution attracts researchers from around the world thereby giving room for its students to gain skill and knowledge as well as an international network to boost their career prospects.
Requirements for the Experimental Astroparticle Physics Qualification
- MSc degree in physics.
- A good command of English.
- Experience in data analysis and scientific computing are an advantage.
How to Apply for the Experimental Astroparticle Physics Scholarship
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It should be noted that all Interested and qualified candidates are to apply for the ongoing Ph.D. Scholarship in Experimental Astroparticle Physics on or before October 31, 2021.