GSNS calls for applications four times a year. You can apply for a PhD position via:
Here you can apply for a PhD position with your own project description. An application for the general call must include a project description (½-4 pages), where you describe your ideas and research plans for your project. You can indicate a URL to further information, if you like.
Before starting the application process, it is strongly recommended that you contact a prospective supervisor in order to discuss a potential project. This may contribute to writing a better and more targeted application. Furthermore, it is a good idea to inquire about possible financing, since the likelihood of securing admission through the general call depends on the available resources of the supervisor and the PhD programme for which you apply.
You can find AU researchers/potential supervisors by searching on subject headings here. Furthermore, you can find more info on the various PhD programmes at GSNS on each of the programme websites.
It is not a requirement that the applicant has been in contact with a prospective supervisor before the application process begins.
Before you apply, please read the application guide thoroughly. All applications must be submitted via the application portal.
Here you apply for one of the positions on the list of specific calls below. Please note that the list is regularly updated. The list will be complete approximately two weeks before application deadline. If you can’t find a project within your field of research on the list, please have a look later or apply via the general call.
Before you apply, please read the application guide thoroughly. Please follow the application instructions in the specific call announcement.
You can use the filter function to narrow down your search field or search for something specific.
|Project title||Programme||Keywords||Candidate background||Application deadline|
|Fabrication of Physical User Interfaces||Computer Science||Human-Computer-Interaction, Fabrication, Sensors, Textiles|| |
A Master’s degree (or equivalent) in Computer Science, Electrical/Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Design, or a related area.
|2023/02/01 23:59 CET|
|PhD opportunities at the Center for Chemistry of Clouds||Chemistry||Aerosols, atmospheric physical chemistry, experimental, computational and theoretical chemistry, spectroscopy, analytical chemistry||A Master’s degree or at least one full year of a Master’s degree in Chemistry, Physics, Nanoscience, Engineering or related fields.||2023/02/01 23:59 CET|
|Past changes in ocean circulation and climate off Greenland||Geoscience|| |
Arctic, Greenland, Paleoceanography, Paleoclimate, Ocean-Ice interactions, Marine sediment cores, Multiproxy, Micropaleontology, Arctic
|A Master’s degree or 4-years studies in Geoscience.||2023/02/01 23:59 CET|