PhD X-ray and data science at Stockholm University, Sweden

A fully funded PhD position is open at Stockholm University as part of a MSCA-COFUND program for a highly motivated student. 
The research involves capturing nanoscale fluctuations and ion mobility in electrolyte solutions can provide new insights in the design of clean energy storage and conversion systems. This project aims to develop and implement X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy (XPCS) for probing nanoscale fluctuations of electrolyte solutions at MAX IV. 

The PhD student will learn about detector technology and be involved in X-ray experiments at MAX IV, as well as at other X-ray synchrotrons worldwide. Knowledge of data science analysis and high-performance programming methods is a key skill that the student will develop during this PhD, with broad applicability both within the academic and industry sectors.

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Deadline for application: 2 May 2023