PhD fellowships within the Framework of the ‘la Caixa’ Foundation Doctoral INPhINIT (Incoming)
The Institute of Space Sciences (ICE-CSIC) announces the opportunity to apply for PhD fellowships within the Framework of the 'la Caixa' Foundation Doctoral INPhINIT – Incoming.
In Spain, the program seeks to attract the best young researchers willing to pursue PhD studies in STEM disciplines at research centers accredited with the Spanish Seal of Excellence Severo Ochoa, Maria de Maeztu or Health Institute Carlos III. The INPhINIT fellowships offer a highly competitive salary and complementary training opportunities making these fellowships some of the most attractive and complete in Europe.
ICE-CSIC is formed by around 130 members, and it pertains to the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), the largest public institution dedicated to research in Spain and the third-largest in Europe. ICE-CSIC is accredited with the Spanish Seal of Excellence Maria de Maeztu and currently offers the following projects within the INPhINIT programme:
- Active black holes in dwarf galaxies
- Compact Stars with Dark Matter
- Cosmology and Galaxy Formation from modeling nonlinear physics with large numerical simulations and multiwavelength observations
- Early stages in planetary accretion from the study of chondritic, and achondritic meteorites
- Finding an Earth twin using machine learning techniques on exoplanet data to mitigate stellar influences
- Hybrid simulations of pulsar wind nebulae
- Modified gravity: the way to understand the universe evolution / Phd Student
- Silicates in starburst galaxies / Phd Student
- The role of gravity, magnetic fields and turbulence in the formation of super star clusters
- VOLS: The Very Large Array Orion A Large Survey (PhD in Astrophysics)
Applications should be directly submitted to 'La Caixa' Foundation through the INPhINIT-INCOMING website. Further information and documentation is available here.
Inquiries about the program and submission application can be directed to email@example.com.
Inquiries about ICE-CSIC can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Institute of Space Sciences (ICE-CSIC) has been distinguished with the María de Maeztu Excellence Seal, as one of the top research centers in the country. It currently has 27 faculty members (3 others will joining soon). Their areas of research vary from engineering applied to several space missions to fundamental physics and cosmology, from high-energy astronomy to theoretical astrophysics.
ICE-CSIC is part of the "Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas" (CSIC, the Spanish National Research Council). CSIC is the largest public institution dedicated to research in Spain and the third largest in Europe.
ICE-CSIC strives to build a culturally diverse community of researchers, dedicated to contributing to an inclusive environment. We encourage, in particular, applications by women and members of minorities.
ICE-CSIC is located in a modern building on the Campus of the Universidad Autònoma de Barcelona in Bellaterra, just outside Barcelona. The Campus is well served by public transportation (railways and buses), and a variety of accommodation options can be found both in Barcelona city center and in the smaller towns close to the University Campus (Cerdanyola, Sabadell, Terrassa, Sant Cugat, Sant Quirze, Rubí, and others).