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PhD student in Physics (MSCA project SPIDoc’s)
Skłodowska-Curie Actions Is the Job related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description PhD student in Physics with specialization on photon matter interaction “SPIDoc’s – The next
Two PhD positions in Energy materials physics , focus on solar cells
related to staff position within a Research Infrastructure? No Offer Description Two PhD positions in Energy materials physics , time-resolved spectroscopy of solar cells The research conducted
Published: 2023-11-01 PhD student in Physics with specialization on photon matter interaction “SPIDoc’s – The next generation MS SPIDoc’s” is funded within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
PhD student in Applied Physics
small, contribute to a better world. We look forward to receiving your application! We are looking for a PhD student in Applied Physics . Your work assignments The PhD student will conduct experimental
Published: 2023-10-30 Two PhD positions in Energy materials physics , time-resolved spectroscopy of solar cells The research conducted at the Department of Physics and Astronomy encompasses a wide
Three PhD positions in Experimental Physics
research in the areas of organic electronics, photonics, electrochemical energy conversion and storage, nanotechnology, and theoretical physics . We now announce three PhD positions in the field of organic
PhD position in Recycling of electrolyte from batteries by supercritical fluid process
, organics in the batteries specifically electrolyte is a challenge for safety and process effectiveness. The project aims to investigate to develop a novel supercritical fluid process technology for
industry. Although several recycling processes were suggested to recover the valuable content of batteries, organics in the batteries specifically electrolyte is a challenge for safety and process
PhD student in Operation and maintenance with specialization in multi physics simulation and machine learning
of methodologies, models and tools to ensure high system dependability and efficient and effective maintenance processes for both new and existing systems. Project description This PhD project will deal with a part
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Doctoral studies at the department of physics.
The doctoral education gives you opportunity to deepen your subject knowledge and to learn more about the scientific methodology – define problems, use analytical and experimental methods to find results which you then evaluate. You are a part of a research group in an environment with researchers and other doctoral students who encourage and help you.
After four years of undergraduate studies (240 credits in Sweden) it is possible to start doctoral studies in order to obtain a Licentiate degree after 2-3 years and continue towards a PhD exam after totally 4-5 years.
At the Department of Physics, there are four research subjects within the postgraduate program: Physics, Theoretical Physics, Chemical Physics and Medical Radiation Physics . Within these subjects there are several research divisions, with different research activities. The activities of the research divisions are described by their own home pages . However, the best way to learn more about the present research activities is to contact some of the group members. Do not hesitate to contact the Director of Postgraduate Studies to get more information before you apply for postgraduate studies.
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Handbook for Postgraduate Students from the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) .
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Rules for education and examination at doctoral level at university of Stockholm
Meet Sara, PhD student in chemical physics
Sara Boscolo Bibi is from Venice, Italy. She is in her second year of her PhD studies at the Chemical Physics division at the Department of Physics.
The aim of Sara’s project is to understand the fundamental processes behind the CO2 reduction to hydrocarbons in presence of a metal catalyst.
"I like the friendly international environment"
The Department of Physics PhD Council
The Department of Physics PhD Council (in Swedish "Fysikums doktorandråd") is the assembly of all PhD students at the Department of Physics at Stockholm University. Its purpose is to represent the interests of the PhD students in the different committees, boards and councils within the department and the university. This page is mantained by the PhD Council representative.
The Department of Physics PhD Council webpage
In order to be admitted to the postgraduate programme, the applicant must satisfy the conditions for basic eligibility and the conditions for special eligibility, and have the skills as needed to complete their education.
Once you have been admitted as a research student The PhD student Council can help you with different issues.
Financing the studies
A condition for admission, in addition to possessing the required educational qualifications, is that the student will have sufficient economic support during the whole period of study, normally 4 years full time study. In most cases you will be employed as PhD student for your period of studies.
A supervision group consisting of two or more supervisors is appointed for each student in connection with admission at the Department of Physics.
One is appointed as the main supervisor, the others as assistant supervisors. Applications of change of roles or appointment of additional assistant supervisors should be made in writing to the subject responsible.
In each research division there is also a division responsible, who is the contact person in all issues concerning the division and its members.
The mentor system at fysikum.
It has been decided that every PhD student at Fysikum should have a mentor. A short description of the mentor system is given below.
Purpose of the mentor system:
- Give each PhD student an independent senior discussion partner.
- Meetings that give the opportunity to reflect over work environment, PhD studies and carrier.
- The PhD student has opportunity to discuss urgent or reoccurring problems with a person that follows the development.
Procedure around the meeting between the mentor and the PhD student:
- Meetings at least once each semester.
- The meetings are confidential.
Responsibility of the PhD student:
- Choose a mentor, a senior researcher, preferably from a different research division. A person you trust and can confide in.
- A mentor has to be selected within 2 months of starting the PhD studies, and the director of postgraduate education should be informed.
- It can be natural to change mentor during the postgraduate education, without having to feel that the mentor is insulted.
- Invite to and prepare for the meeting with the mentor.
Responsibility of the mentor:
- Agree with the PhD student on suitable forms for the meeting.
- The mentor will not contribute scientifically.
- The mentor must independent from both supervisors and PhD student, and only in exception from the same research division or research environment.
- The mentor should have a PhD degree and several years of working experience from universities or companies.
- The mentor should show an interest in the development of the PhD student and engage discussions of questions or problems.
- If there a problems in the work environment, the PhD student should be recommended to contact the work environment representatives or ombud for equal rights.
- The mentor can also ask for permission to discuss certain matters with the head of the department, work environment representative och the director of postgraduate education.
Responsibility of the director of postgraduate education:
- To perform a yearly anonymous survey asking mentors for us information about their general impressions of the situation for the PhD students, and of reoccurring or serious problems.
- Assist those new students who find it difficult to identify a mentor with finding a suitable first mentor.
- Report these impression to KUF and at the yearly meeting for supervisors.
The individual study plan
The framework for doctoral education is given by the general syllabus for the subject. The education at this level is highly specific to the research programme conducted by the doctoral student. Therefore, each doctoral student must have an individual study plan (ISP). In connection with the annual revision of the study plan, the doctoral student has a development review .
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The course requirement for a PhD is 60 ECTS credits. Courses on this level can look different. They can be "normal" courses at the advanced level or courses created by teachers in the Department of Physics research divisions which are tailored for PhD education. Periods of self-study with science texts or active participation in a summer school may also constitute a course. All planned courses should appear in your Individual study plan(ISP). Your supervisor decides on the value of a course, in terms of credits.
Courses for PhD students
All PhD students are expected to take an active part in seminars arranged by their own research group as well as those arranged within AlbaNova. Students should also give their own seminars.
Seminar on ethical questions
All PhD students must attend a seminar on ethical questions in science. The seminar is arranged by the mathematical-physics section of the science faculty once per semester. Invitations are emailed.
Licenciate thesis and Doctoral thesis
The Licentiate thesis should be based on research corresponding to at least 60 credits (out of 120 credits required for the degree). The PhD thesis corresponds to at least 180 credits (out of 240 credits required for the degree). The licentiate as well as the PhD thesis can be written as a monograph or it can comprise a collection of separate articles. In the latter case the thesis consists of a summary and referenced articles published in scientific magazines. The Science Faculty has issued a document with rules and recommendations regarding the content and organization of the PhD thesis, found here (in Swedish only so far). More information on rules for dissertations can be found in the Handbook for Postgraduate Students from the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) .
Read more about the Licenciate degree Read more about the PhD dissertation
Please contact the Director of Postgraduate Studies if you for exampel have questions regarding the development of programmes and courses or the assignment of teachers to the various courses or other general questions related to postgradate studies at the Department of Pysics.
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A PhD in Physics is a doctorate with analytical kind of mind that has a deep comprehension of all spheres of physics and is eager to evaluate and apply up-to-date techniques of investigation and to discover the system of physical law. PhD enables graduates to choose a supervisor and make an analysis in the sphere of physics as well as to gain some experience required for the completion of the thesis.
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PhD Studies at the Department of Physics and Astronomy
A good way to get into postgraduate education is to carry out your thesis work in the division and in the subject area that you are interested in doctorate in. After graduating, according to the eligibility below, you may apply for PhD studies, that may lead to a philosophy or technology licentiate degree and a philosophy or technology doctorate.
A licentiate degree takes two years full time and a doctoral degree takes four years full time. As a doctoral student you get a supervisor and carry out your own research project, by yourself or in a group. In addition you take courses and usually the postgraduate education is combined with teaching or some other assignment on 20%, which means that in practice it takes five years to finish a doctoral degree. Doctoral students’ salaries follow “doktorandstegen”.
Available positions within PhD studies are announced by the department or the research programme responsible for the subject or the orientation. The announcement of available PhD positions is ongoing through the year and may also be found on the university’s central pages .
- Physics (High Energy Physics, Nuclear Physics, Materials Physics, Materials Theory, Molecular and Condensed Matter Physics, Applied Nuclear Physics) (TNFYSI00), contact: Susanne Mirbt
- Astronomy (TNASTR00), contact: Nikolai Piskunov
- Astronomy with specialization in Astrophysics (TNASTR01), contact: Nikolai Piskunov
- Physics with specialization in Astrophysics (TNFYSI01), contact: Nikolai Piskunov
- Physics Education Research (TNFYSI05), contact: Susanne Mirbt
- Space and Plasma Physics (TNFYSI08), contact: Mats André
- Theoretical Physics (TNTEFY00), contact: Maxim Zabzine
Subject curriculums may be found on the Faculty of Science and Technology’s website .
Director of Studies
Director of studies for postgraduate studies is Gabriella Andersson , [email protected] .
Compulsory / mandatory course.
Research ethics 2 hp / Research ethics, minimum 2 credits
Faculty PhD Courses
- Academic Teacher Training Course
- An Introduction to Mathematica
- Electron Spectroscopy
- Research Introduction for New PhD students
Full range of postgraduate courses on the Faculty of Science and Technology's website
Subject Specific PhD Courses given by the Department of Physics and Astronomy
- Accelerators and Detectors
- Advanced Nuclear Physics
- Advanced Particle Physics
- Astroparticle Physics
- Computational Physics
- Density Functional Theory (DFT) I
- Detector technologies for Particle Physics
- Digital Electronics Design with VHDL
- Electronic Structure of Functional Materials
- Free Electron Laser Science
- Geometrical Methods in Theoretical Physics
- Gravitation and Cosmology
- Ion Beam Materials Analysis
- Many-Body Theory
- Modelling and simulation methods for Particle Transport
- Nuclear Astrophysics
- Numerical Hydrodynamics and Radiative Transfer*
- Observational Astrophysics II
- Physics of Energy Related Materials
- Physics of Galaxies
- Physics of Planetary Atmospheres*
- Plasma Physics
- Quantum Chromodynamics and Effective Field Theory
- Quantum-enhanced deep learning
- Quantum Field Theory
- Scientific programming*
- Solid State Theory
- Statistical Methods in Physics
- String Theory I and II
- Symmetry and Group Theory in Physics
- Synchrotron Radiation
- Theoretical Astrophysics
- Topics in elementary- and astro-particle physics
- Topics in instrumentation and accelerator physics
*Given every other year
PhD Courses at the Department of Physics and Astronomy
- Astronomy (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Astroparticle Physics (5 hp), contact: [email protected]
- Space physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- High energy physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Materials Physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Materials theory (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Molecular and condensed matter physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Nuclear physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Topics in applied nuclear physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
- Topics in the theory and practice of physics teaching and learning (5hp), contact: [email protected] or [email protected]
- Topics in instrumentation and accelerator physics, contact: [email protected]
- Theoretical physics (5hp), contact: [email protected]
The entry requirements for postgraduate education are as follows:
- General entry requirement, i.e. a degree at advanced level (Master's level) or fulfill the requirements for courses comprising of at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits are at advanced level (Master's level) or the equivalent.
- Specific entry requirement, i.e. knowledge gained from university education or equivalent or specific vocational experience.
- The applicant must be judged to have the ability needed to complete the postgraduate education.
Study plans within postgraduate education within the Faculty of Science and Technology
The head of the department of the subject/specialisation accepts doctoral students. Doctoral students with other funding than employment as doctoral student at Uppsala University, i.e. industry-based doctoral students, students with their own funds (such as scholarships), students employed at another higher education institution, part-time students, and licentiate students, are accepted by the Faculty Board on the recommendation of the Postgraduate Education Board.
Admission is decided after consultation with the supervisors at the department. The admission decision shall specify research professor and supervisors (at least two). One of these must be appointed as main supervisor. An individual study plan should be drawn up in connection with an admission.
All forms for the admission may be found on the faculty's webpage, link below.
Forms and templates for postgraduate studies
The study plan consists of three parts: one general study plan, one Subject curriculum and one individual study plan. The individual study plan the student establishes together with his/her supervisor and the other two are found on the Faculty of Science and Technology’s website . There you may also find general information on postgraduate studies at the faculty.
The PhD student ombudsmen are two PhD students employed by the Department of Physics and Astronomy to help the PhD students with any issues regarding financing, terms of employment, harassment, discrimination and problems with the supervisor or colleagues. The ombudsmen will never disclose any information or details unless given explicit permission by the PhD student in question. The ombudsmen are also responsible for organizing and chairing the PhD student council.
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Do you harbor a genuine interest in physics? Would you like to be involved in conducting ground-breaking research at the highest level? The postgraduate education at the Department of Physics offers you a chance to deepen your knowledge in your subject area, while also giving you analytical tools that help you identify problems, analyze findings and critically assess research results.
The Department of Physics conducts postgraduate education within a number of subject areas including astronomy and astrophysics, theoretical physics, atomic and molecular physics, biological physics and complex systems, and fused matter physics. To be admitted to the doctoral program, you must have completed a basic university degree that corresponds to at least a master's degree or a master's degree in engineering with a specialization in physics. Students with an equivalent foreign undergraduate degree must also have passed an approved language test in English. As a benchmark, at least 550 points apply to the TOEFL test. The education is conducted in close collaboration with the Department of Physics at Chalmers University of Technology, within the framework of the Gothenburg Physics Center (GPC). The studies comprise 240 higher education credits (ECST), of which the dissertation must comprise at least 120 credits, and the course part at least 60 credits.
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The Deaprtment of Physics offer a range of exciting courses aimed at PhD students. The courses are also open to PhD:s from other departments and universities.
- HT22-VT23: “ Electrical measurement techniques in the physical laboratory ” (10HEC, L. Bengtson)
- 2023: “Optical Tweezers” (5+5+5HEC, G. Volpe)
- 2023: “Deep learning for microscopy” (10HEC, D. Midtvedt)
- HT23-VT24: “Advanced molecular physics” (10HEC, R. Feifel) — to be confirmed
- 2024: “Scientific Article Writing” (10HEC, G. Volpe) — to be confirmed
- TBD: “Designing custom-made electronics for the physics laboratory” (10HEC, L. Bengtson)
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Associate Professor in Energy Technology w spec Applied Thermal Engineering
Subject fieldEnergy Technology with specialization in Applied Thermal EngineeringSubject descriptionThe subject field encompasses application of fundamental heat transfer and thermodynamics with fo...
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Job descriptionThe project aims at developing robust, reliable and effective techniques for generation of extreme conditions in fluids. Having developed an experimental facility based on electrical...
PhD student position in synchrotron-based studies of electrocatalyst surfaces
Ref REF 2023-0508Identifying and developing more abundant electrocatalyst materials is key to a sustainable society. In this project you will prepare your own electrocatalyst samples tailored at the nanoscale using state-of-the-art preparation and...
Postdoc in statistical methods for risk analytics and safety validation of automated vehicles
Job descriptionThis position is a collaboration between KTH and Volvo Cars.Several safety and complexity challenges remain before larger scale deployment of Autonomous vehicles (AV’s) can take plac...
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Project descriptionThird-cycle subject: Material physicsDynamic Quantum MatterQuantum materials have stimulated a host of new ideas based on unconventional correlated, entangled, and topological or...
Researcher, Research Infrastructure Specialist in Electron Microscopy (Life Sciences)
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Doctoral students in Visual Optics
Project descriptionThird-cycle subject: Applied PhysicsTwo PhD student positions are open at the Visual Optics group at KTH (https://www.aphys.kth.se/biox/research/vio) within the ACTIVA project, “...
Doctoral student in experimental fluid mechanics: wind energy aerodynamics
Project descriptionThird-cycle subject: Engineering MechanicsThe doctoral project is about experimental studies of the aerodynamics around wind turbines and the influence of nearby wind turbines on...
Postdoc position in synchrotron-based studies of electrocatalyst surfaces
Ref REF 2023-0536Identifying and developing new and more abundant electrocatalyst materials is key to a sustainable society. In this project you will join our group in using and developing operando methods at cutting-edge large scale synchrotron f...
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Phd student position in synchrotron-based studies of electrocatalyst surfaces.
- Gothenburg (Stad), Västra Götaland (SE)
- Salary is determined by the agreement of Chalmers University of Technology
- Chalmers University of Technology
Synchrotron based investigation of model catalyst surfaces for oxygen evolution reaction using operando SXRD, EC-XPS, UHV-based sample preparation
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Three PhD positions in Organic Electronics
- Umeå, Sweden
- Umeå University
The Organic Photonics and Electronics Group, Dept of Physics, Umeå University offers three PhD positions in the field of Organic Electronics
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PhD student in Diagnostic Radiology
- Malmö (Stad), Skåne (SE)
- SEK 30600/month
- Lund University
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Doctoral Program in Physics
The Doctoral Program in Physics is organized in six broad research areas and includes studies at doctoral level in Physics, or Biological Physics.
General subject study plans and program description
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The doctoral program covers a wide range of research areas in physics ranging from basic and theoretical research into modern physics, interdisciplinary research in biological and biomedical physics, to applied and directed nuclear research.
The doctoral program in physics is organized around six broad research approaches and involves studies at the doctoral level in the subject of biological physics or physics with six spezializations:
- Atomic, Subatomic, and Astrophysics
- Theoretical Physics
- Material and Nano Physics
- Optics and Photonics
- Biological and Biomedical Physics
- Nuclear Engineering
In the general subject study plan you can read about the courses that are included in the program.
Doctoral programmes and third-cycle subjects - KOPPS
The objectives of the Doctoral Program in Physics follow the common objectives of postgraduate education according to the Higher Education Ordinance (1993: 100).
These goals are divided into three categories:
- Knowledge and understanding
- Skills and abilities
- Ability to make judgments and adopt a standpoint.
A concrete description of how these goals can be met within the framework of the doctoral program are described in the general subject study plan.
Basic eligibility complies with the general stated in the Higher Education Ordinance (1993: 100). As a special qualification for admission to postgraduate education in the subject of physics, the applicant must have:
- Completed basic competencies in the area, or
- In some other way, within or outside the country, acquired the corresponding relevant knowledge in the relevant areas.
The application process
In order to apply for a doctoral program, there must be an available doctoral appointment. On KTH's central website, a list of all KTH's vacancies, including doctoral posts, is published.
Read more about Doctoral Studies at KTH
For general questions regarding doctoral studies at KTH, please contact [email protected]
Program Manager for the Doctoral Program in Physics