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FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE TO APPLICANTS IN Ph.D. PROGRAM ON “MATERIALS FOR HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT, AND ENERGY"

To whom it may concern: Every year, the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” – a prime research Institution internationally recognized – sponsors a limited number of fellowships for foreign students applying for a PhD degree in engineering and material science. Fellowships are limited and assigned on a competitive basis. We are currently considering students wishing to enroll in our Ph.D. program on Materials For Health, Environment, And Energy (code R90) at University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and preliminary inquire with Prof. Silvia Licoccia (licoccia@uniroma2.it) and Dr. Antonio Rinaldi (antonio.rinaldi@gmail.com).

Desired candidates should have an inclination (or willingness) towards experimental activities and the abilityto work in a strongly multicultural environment. They should also hold degrees in either Material Science, Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, or equivalent. Participants worldwide must apply by the 25 May 2009.

Please, be aware that such deadline is mandatory. Details for applying are available at the following links:

English and Totem (online application)

Successful applicants are expected to begin the doctorate in Fall 2009 and work on a number of projects in several areas, such as for example: · design and characterization of materials for Fuel Cells (e.g. SOFC, PEM, MFC) ; · chemical and electrochemical sensors for environmental monitoring ; · materials for tissue engineering ; · nanostructured materials .

Please, do not hesitate to contact us if you have doubts or questions.

Silvia Licoccia Professor of Chemistry Department of Chemical Science and Technology University of Rome Tor Vergata Via della Ricerca Scientifica 1 00133 Rome, Italy Phone: 39.06.72594386 Fax: 39.06.72594328 e-mail: licoccia@uniroma2.it Prof. Silvia Licoccia : The Nast Centre

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There are PhD Positions in various fields at University of Rome Tor Vergata. Deadline: May 25, 2009

[b]Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”

2009/10 Pre-Admission application specific program requirements [/b] Faculty of Engineering

PHD PROGRAM IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING Degree requirement: Degree in Engineering Language requirement: English or Italian

Faculty of Medicine

PHD PROGRAM IN CLINICAL AND PREVENTIVE NUTRITION Degree requirement: Degree in Medicine with a concentration in Nutrition Language requirement: English and Italian

Faculty of Sciences

PHD PROGRAM IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES Degree requirement: BS and Master in corresponding material Language requirement: English or Italian

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PhD medical nanotechnology

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[ul] [li]Duration: 4 years [/li][li]Awarding bodies: University of Milan [/li][li]Location: Campus IFOM-IEO and CIMAINA Milan [/li][li]Coordinator of the program: Paolo Milani [/li][li]Description: [/li]This course is open to students having a degree in the sciences especially to chemists physicists, biologists and biotechnologists. It aims to train its students in the use, development and integration of a nanotechnology approach in the medical sciences. [li]Research topics: [/li]Cell Arrays, Micro and Nanopatterning, Drug delivery, Hybrid Bio/Artificial Interfaces, Single molecule interactions, Nanosensors, Imaging technologies, Microarrays and Biochips [li] Training offered: [/li]Courses: Courses are provisioned during the first three years and include basic, specialized and science management courses. Seminars: In the context of training activity, the school sites promote a high-tier program of scientific seminars presented by international acclaimed speakers. [li] Available position: [/li] See list of Available Laboratories for this call [li] Fellowship: [/li] For the entire duration of the PhD course, the students will be supported either by SEMM fellowships or outside grants. The amount of the fellowship is 18.500 € gross salary/year. From the indicated amount social and pension contributions, as well as Italian taxes, will be detracted. The detractions are variable and approximately estimated around 25% of the total amount. Any tuition fee is covered by SEMM. [li] Working language: English [/li][li] Starting date: 1st January of each year [/li][li] HOW TO APPLY: [/li] Applications are exclusively online. Go to application process. For more information, or if you have any questions regarding this program, please e-mail phdmailsemm.it. [/ul]

ANNOUNCEMENT OF DOCTORAL (PhD) POSITIONS RESERVED TO CITIZENS OF NON-EUROPEAN UNION NATIONS Academic year 2009/2010

1. Number of positions The Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa announces a competition based on candidates’ degrees and work to date for the academic year 2009/2010 for 10 doctoral (PhD) positions, reserved to university graduates from non-European Union nations.

Applications are invited for the following subject areas in the Faculty of Sciences: Molecular Biophysics; Molecular Biology; Chemistry; Physics; Condensed Matter Physics; Mathematics; Mathematics for Industry and Finance; Neurobiology.

2. Admission Requirements: It is strongly recommended that candidates to PhD programs in the Faculty of Sciences take the “GRE – Subject Test” administered by the ETS (see www.ets.org/gre/)

3. Application and deadline The application must arrive to the Scuola Normale no later than 30 June 2009

4. General Rules Doctoral programs last for three years. Their legal and economic start date is: 1 January 2010 for candidates admitted to the Faculty of Sciences.

5. Students’ Rights From 16 October of each year to 15 October of the following year for competition winners in the Faculty of Arts, and from 1 January to 31 December of each year for competition winners in the Faculty of Sciences, students have the right to free meals (value approximately €7,700.00/year) and housing, with the exclusion of vacation periods indicated on the academic calendar established by the Board of Directors.

They will also receive a fellowship that is determined annually by the Board of Directors. For the 2009/2010 academic year the fellowship will be €9,200.00 gross/year. The distribution of the fellowship, in 12 end-of-month payments, is dependent on the fulfillment of academic obligations by the students. In case of need it is possible to request an advance of the first installment only. Said fellowship is subject to the fiscal regulations in force concerning university scholarships.

In case of temporary scarcity of rooms, as a provisional measure, doctoral students will receive an allowance of €3,800.00 gross/year for lodging outside the Scuola Normale. Doctoral students can request reimbursement of travel costs at the beginning and end of doctoral studies up to a limit of €1,000.00 for each journey. Travel costs indicated in the reimbursement request must be documented. The Faculty Council can authorize students’ participation in research and study activities outside the Scuola Normale. Documented requests will be screened by a Committee nominated by the Faculty Council.

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7 PhD scholarship in Doctoral School in Biomolecular Sciences, The University of Trento

Scientific areas:

BIO/10 Biochemistry BIO/11 Molecular Biology BIO/13 Applied Biology BIO/18 Genetics BIO/19 Microbiology CHIM/06 Organic Chemistry INF/01 Informatics

Head of School: prof. Paolo Macchi Tel. +39 0461 88 3095 - 3819; E-mail: phd.bioscie@unitn.it Official language: English The selection for 10 doctoral positions is announced. 7 positions will be assigned scholarships.

Degree Requirements Applications for the doctoral positions are accepted from candidates, regardless of gender, age and nationality, who have an Italian “laurea specialistica” or “laurea magistrale” in compliance with Ministerial Decree no. 509 of 3.11.1999 as amended, a university degree of the previously enforced Italian regulations, or an equivalent academic degree obtained abroad.

The degree in scientific areas will be a preferential title. Applicants who have a foreign degree which has not been officially recognized as equivalent to an Italian degree must submit a request for equivalence in the application.

Application The application, together with all the attachments required, must arrive at the University of Trento by the 30th of September 2009 in one of the following ways: a) hand-delivered to the University of Trento - Ufficio Protocollo Centrale, Via Belenzani 12 – 38100 Trento (ITALY) from 10:00 am to 12:00 a.m., Monday to Friday; b) by mail to the following address: Al Magnifico Rettore dell’Università degli Studi di Trento, Via Belenzani 12 – 38100 Trento (ITALY) (please write “Selection for Doctoral School in Biomolecular Sciences” on the envelope); c) on-line application by 4:00 p.m. (GMT+1)at the following website: http://portale.unitn.it/en/applyphd.htm Applications arriving after 4:00 p.m. (GMT+1) of the 30th of September 2009 will be disregarded, even if sent before the deadline. The University of Trento does not accept responsibility for mishandling of applications by mail or courier services, or for applications sent to an incorrect address.

Grants The gross amount of the scholarship is Euro 13,638.47 per year 1. Grants are normally paid bi-monthly and in advance, with the exception of undue payments in case the student is expelled or suspended. Grants cannot be combined with other scholarships, except those awarded by national or foreign scientific institutes deemed appropriate for the research activities carried out by the doctoral student. The scholarship will be increased by 50% for research periods spent abroad that are authorized by the Head of the School or by the Doctoral School Committee.

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