Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module in Denmark

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Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module in Denmark
Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module in Denmark

Short Detail of Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module:

schoolInstitute Name: Aalborg University.
map Country to Study in: Denmark.
book Courses Offered:  Engineering and Science.
reading Degree Level: Postdoctoral.
student Students Nationality: International and Domestic Students.
funding Scholarship Award: salary.
calendar Last Date/Dead Line: 22nd December, 2022.

Description of Scholarship:

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Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module announced by Aalborg University for International and Domestic Students to study in Denmark. The scholarship allows Postdoctoral level programm(s) in the field(s) of Engineering and Science taught at Aalborg University. The last date of applying for this scholarship is 22nd December, 2022 and scholarship provide salary to successful candidates.

The Aalborg University provide a golden chance to International and Domestic Students to complete their studies in the field(s) of Engineering and Science at Denmark on scholarship.

The Faculty of Engineering and Science at Aalborg University is offering Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module for MV Converter for international and domestic students to apply for the academic year 2023–2024, click here.

This postdoctoral job is available in connection with the European Commission-funded SiC4Grid project and the study group “EMI/EMC in Power Electronics.” Candidates for this position must hold PhD-level credentials in a pertinent field of study.

Aalborg University (AAU) was established in 1974 and is a public university in Denmark with campuses in Aalborg, Esbjerg, and Copenhagen. In a wide range of fields including the humanities, social sciences, information technology, design, engineering, exact sciences, and medicine, the institution grants bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, and PhDs.

A post in Intelligent Control for Self-adapting Power Electronics to Maintain Future Power Grid Integrity is up for an appointment at the Faculty of Engineering and Science, AAU Energy, and it will become available on or around March 1, 2023. The post is open for a maximum of 2.5 years.

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The advancement of prosperity, welfare, and culture in Danish society as well as the expansion of knowledge in the worldwide society are all facilitated by Aalborg University. Research, research-based education, public sector services, and knowledge sharing are used to achieve this. AAU prepares students for the future, and its programs are built on a vibrant and transformative partnership with the local community.

AAU Energy is a vibrant engineering research department with a stimulating environment. In terms of electrical, thermal, and mechatronic energy technology, AAU Energy has a very global context and encompasses all aspects of future clean and sustainable energy systems. This post is in Aalborg, one of two campuses that AAU Energy maintains.

The goal is to be a global leader in both research and research-based training for the next generation of energy engineers. AAU Energy employs over 300 people from a variety of countries, 24 of whom work in administration. Additionally, AAU Energy often hosts 50 to 70 guest researchers from other countries. We have a vast and world-class workshop and laboratory facilities where research and innovation are carried out in direct partnership with industry to a significant extent. Our research and teaching are among the very top in the world in the subject of energy.

The postdoc will be located in the section for Applied Power Electronic Systems and the position is given in connection with the SiC4Grid project, which is supported by the European Commission and the research group “EMI/EMC in Power Electronics.”

The fields of research will be low- to medium-fidelity modeling of SiC power modules and digital twin modeling of SiC-based power converters, including modeling and analysis of electromagnetic interference (EMI). The primary areas of study will be the co-design optimization of SiC-based power modules for MV converter applications (MMC and SST) in the direction of an increased lifetime and decreased cost.

Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module in Denmark
Postdoctoral Scholarships in Co-Design Optimization of Sic-Based Power Module in Denmark

Benefits Postdoctoral Scholarships

Successful candidates for the postdoctoral job will be offered employment by Aalborg University for up to 2.5 years of study at a remuneration commensurate with the position.

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Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:

To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:

  • The applicants must have research potential. 

How to Apply for Scholarship:

  • Applications for the postdoctoral position must be submitted online. All applicants will be considered. 
  • The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
    • A motivated text 
    • A current curriculum vitae
    • Copies of relevant diplomas (Master of Science and Ph.D.)
    • Scientific qualifications
    • Dissemination qualifications
    • Additional qualifications in relation to the position. References/recommendations.
    • Personal data
  • The applicants must have qualifications at Ph.D.–level or similar scientific qualifications. 
  • The students must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
    • IELTS (academic test) – 6.5 overall band score
    • TOEFL (internet-based + TOEFL IBT Special Home Edition test) – 85
    • C2 Proficiency (CPE) – 180/level C1
    • C1 Advanced (CAE) – 180/grade C
    • ECPE – Passed test, including certificate

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