PhD scholarship at Risø!


Wed 25-05-2005
PhD scholarship at Risø!
Real-time optical coherence tomography for dermatological diagnostics.

The Optics and Plasma Research Department at Risø National Laboratory in Denmark has an opening for a PhD scholarship position within the framework programme BIOLASE funded by the Danish Research Agency.



PhD scholarship – real-time optical coherence tomography for dermatological diagnostics

The Optics and Plasma Research Department at Risø National Laboratory in Denmark has an opening for a PhD scholarship position within the framework programme BIOLASE funded by the Danish Research Agency.

The purpose of the PhD project is the development of optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems for diagnostics, primarily within dermatology. Follow this link for the full description (www.risoe.dk/stillinger.

Qualifications

We seek a candidate with the following qualifications:

  • MSc-degree in engineering or physics
  • Solid background in optics and laser physics
  • Strong experience in experimental physics, particularly optics, electronics and computer-based control and instrumentation
  • Ability to work in a cross-disciplinary environment

Terms of employment

You will be employed in accordance with the terms valid for scientific staff at Risø National Laboratory. The starting date of the position is 1 August 2005 or thereafter. The period of employment will be three years.

Further information
You are welcome to contact Scientist Lars Thrane,lars.thrane@risoe.dk, or Senior Scientist Peter Andersen, peter.andersen@risoe.dk, for further information.
You can read more about the OCT group at http://www.risoe.dk/ofd/oct/.

Application

If you are interested in the position, you should send your application, marked 116-05, in five copies to:

Risø National Laboratory
Optics and Plasma Research Department
Building 128
P.O. Box 49
DK-4000 Roskilde
Denmark
Att. Bitten Skaarup

Your application must include a written description that states your specific interests and qualifications together with copies of relevant diplomas and a detailed CV. Applications sent via email will not be considered.

The deadline for the application is 15 July 2005.