The 7th call will be launched in week 12. This call will be open till 11 May 2018.

About 10 PhD positions are available for excellent and highly motivated candidates with interest in water science and technology having an MSc degree in microbiology, chemistry, (applied) physics, bio-technology, chemical engineering, electronics, mechanical engineering, or related disciplines.

To stimulate mobility of researchers and to further internationalize the research program, Wetsus received funding for the WaterSEED project from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 665874. The best eligible candidates will be awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie fellowship.

The Wetsus research program brings together research on water technology from over 16 universities from all over Europe in one physical location in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands. The research is demand driven through active participation of more than 100 industrial partners in the program. Key elements in the program are the strong focus on interdisciplinary interaction, entrepreneurial skills and societal relevance.

You will be working in an innovative, dynamic and future-directed institute on water technology research. You will work in close collaboration with industrial partners.

For an overview of and further information about all available PhD research projects see the research projects  tab.

Are you wondering how life is as PhD student at Wetsus?
Raquel Barbosa from Portugal and Elias Bodner, our Swedish speaking Fin, will update you regularly.
Elias is in his 1st year of his PhD and Raquel in her 2nd year.
Watch their 1st vlog. More will follow soon….

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