Are you the next PRISMAS student?
PRISMAS – PhD Research and Innovation in Synchrotron Methods and Applications in Sweden – is a new doctoral programme training the next generation of leading synchrotron experts.
The program will train 40 curious, problem-solving PhD students in advanced synchrotron methodologies and techniques and their application in tackling current and future societal challenges. It is committed to educating fellows with outstanding capabilities who will carry forward new insights and experiences to society and their research fields.
WE ARE HIRING! See here the open positions.
Learn more about PRISMAS and meet us online on the Recruitment Day webinar (24.04.23, 11-12:00 CEST). Please register here.
PRISMAS contains unique novelties, such as the common transparent selection process among all implementing partners, a new customised training programme as well as the ambitious hands-on training in synchrotron techniques, enabled by a mandatory secondment at MAX IV Laboratory and exceptional networking opportunities. The project is co-funded by the Horizon Europe MSCA COFUND Programme. The interdisciplinary and intersectorial project consortium consists of 9 Swedish Universities as implementing partners and host for the PRISMAS fellows as well as about 43 associated partners both from industry and academia.
In this first of two recruitment calls, 27 PRISMAS positions are open for application.
The MSCA COFUND project PRISMAS offers you outstanding opportunities as well as a stimulating and inspiring environment for performing cutting-edge research. By supporting your mobility, it creates perfect conditions for strengthening your international network.
How to apply?
Please read more about the eligibility criteria and where to apply on our webpage.
Do you have any questions regarding your application? Please contact us via email@example.com
PhD Research and Innovation in Synchrotron Methods and Applications in Sweden – doctoral programme training the next generation of leading synchrot...Besök arbetsgivarsidan