PhD Scholarship – OPVStability

In the framework of the European project OPVStability, a selection is open for a PhD scholarship regarding the influence of environmental conditions on absorber layer morphology and interfacial regions.

Admission criteria
  • The applicant should have completed at least four- or five-years education with a Master’s degree or Diploma from a recognized University in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science or in a related field and should possess all the requirements to be eligible for PhD program according to the rules of Graz University of Technology
  • The applicant should show interest in conducting a research project independently and should enjoy the work in an international, interdisciplinary environment.
  • At the time of recruitment, the applicant must not have resided (or carried out his/her main activity e.g. work, studies, etc.) in Italy, for more than 12 months in the last 3 years immediately prior to the reference recruitment date.
  • The applicant should have an excellent command of the English language at a proficient level (spoken and written) and the willingness to learn the local language of the recruiting country.

The main part of your work will be carried out at CERIC (Trieste, Italy, with Dr. Dariusz Brzosko), and secondment placements will take place at Graz University of Technology (Austria), University of Bayreuth (Germany), and at Syddansk Universitet (Denmark).

Deadline for applications: 30th of November

More infos about the position and the selection process are available on the project website.

The OPVStability Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Doctoral Network (MSCA-DN) is an interdisciplinary research training network of 10 beneficiary universities from 7 European countries. It is funded under the “Excellent Science” cluster of the Horizon Europe program. OPVStability aims to develop the Doctoral Candidate’s scientific expertise to produce excellent research, and interdisciplinary collaboration with scientists from different fields ranging from Physics, Chemistry and Engineering.