The Doctoral School for Dependable Electronic-Based Systems (DENISE) offers 5 fully-funded PhD positions starting from March 1, 2022. DENISE connects different internationally renowned research groups in Graz, which is a European hotspot on electronic-based systems. The close cooperation of Graz University of Technology and FH JOANNEUM University of Applied Sciences in DENISE fosters interdisciplinary collaborations and guarantees the PhD candidates excellent future career opportunities in research and industry.
PhD projects of the current call:
The faculty of DENISE is looking for motivated graduates from all over the world to join the internationally renowned research teams. Applicants are selected irrespective of gender, ethnicity, religion, age or sexual orientation. DENISE specifically invites qualified women to apply.
DENISE offers you:
Candidate profile and requirements:
Applicants must hold a completed Master’s degree in electrical engineering, telematics, computer science, information/computer/software engineering, information science, applied mathematics or related studies. Students who have not yet finished their Masters' degree can apply but must graduate by February 2022. Eligible are persons with a diploma degree (240 ECTS) or a bachelor's degree (180 ECTS) and a master's degree with at least 90 ECTS (in sum 270 ECTS).
We expect candidates to have interest (and, ideally, prior experience with) in the fields of the above-mentioned projects. General knowledge on electronic-based and embedded systems is desirable, as well as hands-on experience with programming and experimental work in laboratories.
Good candidates have:
Successful applicants will be employed either at TU Graz or at FH JOANNEUM according to the respective employment conditions of the institutions and will enroll as PhD students at TU Graz. Successful applicants will receive full-time employment contracts, funding is available for four years.
Minimum salary: 41.601€/year for a full-time employment (40 h/week).
Applications must be submitted electronically using Denise - other forms of application (e.g., by email) will not be accepted. Please follow the instructions provided on the application site and upload all required documents (CV, filled application form, copy of the Master’s thesis, certificates etc.) as a single PDF document. Please also ensure that your application makes a direct reference to one of the five PhD projects you are interested in.
The deadline for applying is 02.01.2022.
Please direct questions about the positions to the coordinators Prof. Christian Vogel and Prof. Kay Römer at denisenoSpam@fh-joanneum.at.