Contact:  koksbang[AT]cp3.sdu.dkLocation:  Odense, Denmark
The research group led by Dr Sofie Marie Koksbang at the Centre for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology (CP3-Origins) at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy invites applications for two PhD positions. The successful applicants will contribute to the Villum Young Investigator project entitled “Observational effects of big and small structures in the Universe” and have a strong focus on numerical work based on general relativity.
We are looking for outstanding and highly motivated candidates with potential to excel in computational cosmology, and who are looking to join a dynamic, curiosity-driven research group. CP3-Origins offers a stimulating research environment with research topics ranging from cosmology to dark matter astro-particle physics, quantum gravity, black holes and quantum field theory.
The appointments will be for terms of three (or four) years and are expected to start in the autumn of 2023 or as soon as possible thereafter (starting date is flexible). Funding for travel to conferences, workshops and PhD schools is available.
Please see the external link for details on salary, application requirements and link to submission page.
For questions, e-mail Dr. Sofie Marie Koksbang at koksbang[at]cp3.sdu.dk