|Data Science in Hamburg - Helmholtz Graduate School for the Structure of Matter (DASHH) is a recently established, interdisciplinary graduate school that offers challenging Ph.D. topics at the interface of the natural sciences, applied mathematics and data and computer science. DASHH involves several research institutions and universities in the multifaceted city of Hamburg, Germany.
DASHH is looking for excellent and highly qualified Ph.D. candidates,
interested to work on data-driven research in physics, chemistry, applied mathematics, computer science or structural biology.
• Interdisciplinary research in the natural sciences and computer/data science or applied mathematics
• Research at world leading large-scale research facilities (PETRA III, FLASH, European XFEL, LHC)
• Attractive, interdisciplinary thesis topics
• Excellent working conditions at an international, vibrant and inspiring research campus
• Close supervision and support by a panel of established professors and scientists
• Training in transferable skills and career development
• Work contract at the level of the German TV-L13 (100%) salary scheme for 3 years
In order to apply you need to have a Master's Degree (or an estimated date of Graduation within the same year of application) in computer science, applied mathematics or natural sciences, preferably with an interdisciplinary training at the interface of natural and computer science or mathematics. Degrees from foreign universities and master degrees in non-research oriented study programs (Fachhochschule) might be eligible. For further information, consult the doctorate regulations (Promotionsordnung) of the respective partner university.
All prospective students must submit proof of adequate English proficiency.
Before you start to prepare your application we strongly encourage you to read the admission requirements that also list the necessary documents you will need for your application. You can apply for up to two PhD research topics of your interest. During the online application process you will need to answer the two following questions:
- Why are you interested in these PhD topics?
- What is your relevant experience in the research fields of the chosen PhD topics?
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