Contact:  castle[AT]fizyka.umk.plLocation:  Torun, Poland
The Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Informatics of the Nicolaus Copernicus University invites applications for a stipend for a three-year PhD student position in theoretical/observational inhomogeneous cosmology. A substantial fraction of the successful candidate’s research work will be expected to focus on the possible links between inhomogeneous cosmology and dark matter. The candidate’s main thesis research topic will be negotiated with his/her thesis supervisor.
The PhD stipend will be a part of the Theme 3: Theoretical investigation of general-relativistic effective contributions to dark matter fields of the A next-generation worldwide quantum sensor network with optical atomic clocks project, carried out within the TEAM programme of the Foundation for Polish Science.
More info and how to apply: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/278460