ICCUB PhD projects within INPhINIT, "la Caixa" Foundation Fellowship Programme

Instituto de Ciencias del Cosmos
Fecha limite/Deadline: 
The ICCUB is offering 20 PhD projects within INPhINIT program of "la Caixa" Foundation. INPhINIT will select 57 young researchers of all nationalities for a three year program to complete a PhD in one of the centers that has received a distinctive Severo Ochoa or Maria de Maeztu award.
All applications must be completed online at: https://www.lacaixafellowships.org/index.aspx
Please do not send CV in our email address, please submit your applications using the general web form.
Requirements for candidates
• At the time of recruitment (start date of the contract with the Research Centre), candidates must be in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers and not yet have been awarded a doctoral degree.
• Candidates must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Spain for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the recruitment date. Short stays such as holidays will not be taken into account.
More information about requirements: https://obrasociallacaixa.org/en/educacion-becas/becas-de-posgrado/inphinit/call-for-application
The projects offered by ICCUB are
• Active Galactic Nuclei in Merging Galaxies: A Theoretical Approach
• Dark Matter Constraints
• DESI survey
• Detection Classification for Gaia
• Determination of stellar astrophysical parameters using J-PLUS photometry
• Fast electronics for medical imaging and particle detection
• Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs): a theoretical and observational approach
• FPGA development for high speed cost-effective space applications
• Fundamental Physics from the Non-Gaussian Sky
• Gaia Alerts follow-up from Montsec Observatory
• Gaia Detection of Ultra Faint Dwarf Galaxies in the halo as probes for cosmological models
• Galaxy dynamics with axion dark matter
• Open Clusters Studies in the Gaia era
• Primordial Black Holes from Inflation
• Radiation in strongly coupled gauge theories
• Radiative magnetohydrodynamics in powerful astrophysical outflows
• Search for physics beyond the Standard Model in the LHCb experiment
• Small scale, feedback, dark matter and the predictions of the LCDM model
• The Origin of Terrestrial Planets
• The Quantum Side of Dark Energy

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklowdowska- Curie grant agreement No. 713673