44 PhD and Academic Positions at The University of Groningen, Netherlands



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The University of Groningen is a public research university in the city of Groningen in the Netherlands. The university was founded in 1614. Since its founding more than 200,000 students have graduated.


PhD student in experimental particle physics (LHCb)
Lecturer Technology Law (0.5 FTE)
Teacher Cognitive Ergonomics for Human Machine Communication (0.8-1.0 FTE)
Teacher Artificial Intelligence for Artificial Intelligence (0.8-1.0 FTE)
PhD in Spiking neural networks for applications in neuromorphic control systems
Lecturer Liberal Arts and Sciences programme (0.6 FTE)
Teachers Mathematics/Statistics for (Applied) Mathematics programme 1.6–2.0 FTE
Faculty Board Member/Managing Director of the University College Groningen

PhD on the Physics of Organic Thermoelectrics in EU Training Network HORATES
PhD in Foundations of Knowledge and Opinion Formation in Social Networks 1.0 FTE
PhD position in computational systems biology (1.0 FTE)
PhD position (ESR1) Synthetic Biology/Strain engineering in MSCA-ITN ConCO2rde
PhD position (ESR2) Biocatalysis/Strain engineering/ in MSCA- ITN ConCO2rde
Programme manager/Head/Face of GDCC (0.8-1.0 FTE)
PhD position in Philosophy: Kant and/or Kantian Ethics (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor Ancient History (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor Medieval History (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor Modern History (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor Modern History (1.0 FTE)

Assistant Professor Contemporary History (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor Contemporary History (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor Economic and Social History (1.0 FTE)
Assistant Professor in the History of Philosophy (0.8 FTE)
Professor of Middle Eastern Studies (1.0 FTE)
15 PhD positions in Translational Vision Science
PhD position on spectral aspects of magnetic fields via sub-Riemannian geometry
PhD position in Machine Learning in the Space of Dynamical models
Tenure Track Assistant Professor Experimental Nanophysics (1.0 FTE)
Teachers for Computing Science programme (3.2-4.0 FTE)

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