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Interested in joining SDU on a MSCA fellowship?

SDU offers to support the projects listed below. If you are interested, we will provide you support for writing a MSCA application. 


 

It is mandatory to use the Application Form  - To be sent to ert@sdu.dk with supporting documents not later then 15 May (12:00 CET) 2023
Early Bird cut off: 1 May (12:00 CET) 2023 – which will enable you to participate in the SDU MSCA Masterclass 8 May 2023. 
Applicants will be selected by May 25, 2023, and be notified by email.
 
In case of doubt, reach out to Jan Andersen at jande@sdu.dk

 

MSCA projects at the Faculty of Science


Phenomenology of Quantum Gravity

Panel:

PHY_Physics

Supervisor:

Professor Astrid Eichhorn

In brief:

It is a critical challenge to connect quantum gravity theories to observations. The aim of this project is to do and explore the imprints of quantum gravity in experimental data, most importantly in particle physics and in black holes.

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Black Holes in Their Natural Habitat

Panel:

PHY_Physics

Supervisor:

Associate Professor Roman Gold

In brief:

Possible projects are available in GRMHD simulations of single and binary black holes, (polarized) radiative transfer / ray tracing of the former, model fitting in a VLBI context (mostly Bayesian methods), and gravitational wave source modeling with the tools of numerical relativity. Projects beyond Einstein’s theory of gravity are also possible.

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Understanding Nature’s Spearhead Enzymes for Biomass Waste Upcycling

Panel:

CHE_Chemistry

Supervisor:

Associate Professor Erik Donovan Hedegård

In brief:

Our hypothesis in this project is that the LPMO mechanism has remained elusive because existing theoretical studies considered too few LPMO families and lacked an accurate theoretical methodol-ogy. The project will therefore develop new electronic structure methods for metalloproteins.

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Risk Measures and Time Series Data

Panel:

ENV_Environmental and Geosciences
MAT_Mathematics

Supervisor:

Associate Professor Yuri Goegebeur

In brief:

In the project it is the intention to go beyond this classical setup of independent observa-tions and study the estimation of risk measures based on time series data.

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Putting Jellyfish on an Interdisciplinary Agenda

Panel:

CHE_Chemistry
ENV_Environmental and Geosciences
LIF_Life Sciences
PHY_Physics
SOC_Social Sciences and Humanities

Supervisor:

Associate Professor Jamileh Javidpour

In brief:

I am captivated by the astounding ability of gelatinous zooplankton to usurp the top predator position and initiate a bloom, which is why I am extending an invitation to ambitious MSC candidates to join my team.

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Climate regulation potential of seagrass meadows: carbon cycling, biogeochemistry, and implications on cooling and warming effects

Panel:

ENV_Environmental and Geosciences

Supervisor:

Associate Professor Cintia Organo Quintana

In brief:

This project will contribute to advance research on blue carbon and enable decision-making, providing reliable carbon calculations at national levels by accounting for degradation of stored blue carbon and the associated release of CO2, CH4, and N2O. 

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Endothelial-pericyte interactions in cardiometabolic disease progression

Panel:

LIF_Life Sciences

Supervisor:

Associate Professor Kim Ravnskjaer

In brief:

In the proposed project, we combine single-cell and imaging-based, spatial transcriptomics to study molecular changes in the two broader cell populations in human disease with a focus on cellular interactions and regulation of nutrients supply.

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Last Updated 18.04.2023