The EUROPHOTONICS doctoral program is based on a cooperation of excellent research institutes and universities, with the goal to involve Ph.D. students in cutting-edge research projects benefiting from the variety of partners.
Program & Mobility Structure
Ph.D. candidates work under joint supervision by one project-leading and one collaborative laboratory in two states. At least one semester will be spent at the co-supervising institution. The duration of the program is 3 years, the working language is English. A double doctoral degree is awarded by both of the 2 cooperating institutions. The Ph.D. research work is accompanied by two-week training units per semester in scientific and key competences (also see curriculum):
- Management units: Transferable skills training related to research & industry.
- Scientific units: Participation in international meetings, conferences & Schools.
- Technical units: Scientific knowledge for research conduction.
The prerequisite for application is a M.Sc. or equivalent degree in engineering or natural sciences, with a background in optics and photonics. It is possible to apply for open positions or to submit an unsolicited application. Apply online now (see open PhD projects).
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