nabídka pro doktorandy_TALENT Doctoral Programme (MSCA COFUND) - 1. 10. 2018

Marie Zedníková zednikova na
Úterý Září 18 09:04:44 CEST 2018


níže si Vám dovolujeme přeposlat zajímavou nabídku stipendijního 
doktorského studijního programu z Kodaňské univerzity. Termín pro 
zaslání přihlášek je 1. října 2018. Detailní informace naleznete níže.

S pozdravem a přáním hezkého dne,
Marie Zedníková

Mgr. Marie Zedníková
Oddělení pro vědu a zahraniční styky
Matematicko-fyzikální fakulta Univerzity Karlovy
Ke Karlovu 3
121 16 Praha 2

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*From:* UNICA SECRETARIAT <office na 
<mailto:office na>>
*Sent:* Tuesday, September 04, 2018 3:52 PM
*To:* office na <mailto:office na>
*Cc:* talent na <mailto:talent na>
*Subject:* TALENT Doctoral Programme (MSCA COFUND) - University of 
Copenhagen, Faculty of Science

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to share with you the announcement of the *1st call for 
the TALENT Doctoral Fellowship Programme at the University of Copenhagen. *


TALENT is an *international and interdisciplinary PhD programme* 
*co-funded by the H2020 MSCA CO-FUND action*, with *74 PhD scholarships 
in the natural and life sciences* to be awarded and completed* within 
the next five years*. The programme is conducted at the *Faculty of 
Science of the University of Copenhagen*,**Scandinavia's largest science 
research and education institution covering a wide spectrum of research 

*The**first call for applications is open and will close on 1 October 2018.*

Further information, guidelines and mandatory templates for applying are 
available on the *TALENT website: 

  You can falso ind *information on open positions* at: 
* *

28 PhD positions within the Doctoral Programme, TALENT at the Faculty of 
Science, University of Copenhagen

*28 PhD positions within the Doctoral Programme, TALENT at the Faculty 
of Science, University of Copenhagen *

- co-funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation 
programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801199.

*The 28 PhD fellowships*are in the following fields:

Biodiversity; biological sciences and bioinformatics; chemical sciences; 
computer sciences; earth and planetary systems sciences; environment, 
climate and sustainability; food sciences; health and genomics; 
mathematical sciences, statistics & economics; nano and materials 
sciences; natural science education; nutrition and sports; particle 
physics, astro physics and cosmology; plant sciences and biotechnology; 
quantum sciences and technology; ressource economics and global 


*All departments at the Faculty of Science*participate in the TALENT 
programme: Department of Biology, Department of Chemistry, Department of 
Computer Science, Department of Food and Resource Economics, Department 
of Food Science, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource 
Management, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Department of 
Nutrition, Exercise and Sports, Department of Plant and Environmental 
Sciences, Department of Science Education, the Natural History Museum of 
Denmark and the Niels Bohr Institute.


The Doctoral Programme TALENT is offering 28 PhD scholarships in the 
above-mentioned 16 areas, commencing 1 January 2019 or as soon as 
possible thereafter.

*Description of SCIENCE and the 12 departments and the PhD School *

Research at SCIENCE rests on two pillars: on the one hand strong basic 
research, and on the other application-oriented research, which 
contributes to growth and employment and solves societal problems, for 
example within climate change, sustainable energy supplies, biological 
production, environmental challenges, food and water safety, lifestyle 
diseases and IT security.

SCIENCE’s researchers have received 13 grants from the European Research 
Council (ERC). In the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme, SCIENCE’s 
researchers attracted approximately half of all the Marie Curie postdoc 
fellowships in Denmark. SCIENCE is also host to 15 Centers of Excellence 
financed by the Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF) with section 
heads participating in a further three. These accomplishments show that 
SCIENCE’s research environments have the academic weight to attract 
researchers at a high international level. This again testifies to the 
fact that the TALENT programme constitutes an extraordinary opportunity 
for doing a PhD.

The PhD School at SCIENCE, in which the TALENT PhD students will be 
enrolled, has over 1,100 students and app. 55% of them come from outside 
of Denmark, originating from 75 different countries. This means that 
even the PhD environment is highly international and competitive.

Read more about the research <>, the 12 
and the PhD School <> at 
SCIENCE and the targeted training <> 
offered through the TALENT programme.

*Why apply? *

TALENT is an international and interdisciplinary PhD programme, which 
offers young researchers the chance to become part of a cohort of 
exceptionally talented PhD students with the opportunity to cultivate 
their research talent. To this end, we offer:

·Access to international and intersectoral collaborations and networking 
with a range of industrial organisations: the Confederation of Danish 
Industry <>, the Confederation 
of Danish Enterprise 
the Danish Agriculture and Food Council 
<>, Copenhagen Science City 
<>, DIKU Business Club 

·Access to excellent research environments and infrastructures with 
world leading research groups.

·Access to an extensive training and career mentoring programme with 
scientific training supplemented by tailor made courses in a range of 
academic and transferrable skills.

·Employment under world leading working environments as all fellowships 
are funded fully in line with Danish employment conditions.

The objective of the TALENT programme is to facilitate early 
independence of the PhD students and fast track their careers in 
academia or industry. For more information about what the programme 
offers, go to

*About the programme*

The TALENT programme offers 74 PhD fellowships (in total) of 36 months 
each, attractive employment conditions at one of the 12 departments at 
SCIENCE and enrolment as a PhD student at the PhD School at SCIENCE. 
TALENT is a unique programme by requesting, as part of the application 
procedure, the applicants to devise their own interdisciplinary PhD 
project within one of the above-mentioned 16 programme areas/panels and 
to indicate the department, which they find most suitable to host their 
project, and the names of the main supervisor and co-supervisors. In 
other words, TALENT is a bottom up programme, which thereby focuses on 
the research interests of the PhD students. If employed, an individual 
Career Development Plan will be made for the TALENT PhD students, 
outlining scientific as well as transferable courses, international 
research visits/secondments, mentoring and other career enhancing 
activities. The Career Development plan is a central element in ensuring 
the right training and progress throughout the PhD project.

*Job description *

The position is available for a 3-year period and the key tasks as a PhD 
student at SCIENCE are:

·To manage and carry through the research project

·Attend PhD courses

·Write scientific articles and the PhD thesis

·Teach and disseminate the research

·To stay at an external research institution for a few months, 
preferably abroad

·Work for the department.

*Formal requirements *

In order to be eligible for the TALENT Doctoral Programme, applicants:

1.*May not*have resided or carried out their main activity (work, 
studies, etc.) in Denmark for more than 12 months in the 3 years 
immediately prior to TALENT's call deadline: 1 October 2018. Time spent 
on obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention, compulsory 
national service and/or short stays such as holidays are not taken into 

2.*Must*at the TALENT call deadline (1 October 2018) be in the first 
four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research 
careers and must not yet have been awarded a doctoral degree.

3.*Must *hold *a relevant MSc degree at the time of applying*. However, 
candidates, who do not hold an MSc degree, are also considered eligible 
*if their credentials and CV equal those achieved on an MSc*. This could 
be in the form of five years of full-time undergraduate and postgraduate 
education *OR* four years of full-time undergraduate education combined 
with relevant courses, fieldwork, scientific publications or conducted 
research *(these aspects must be documented by uploading additional 
documents as part of the CV)*. The background is that applicants awarded 
a TALENT doctoral fellowship must be enrolled in the 180 ECTS/three year 
PhD programme at SCIENCE. To this end, the entry requirements as defined 
by SCIENCE’s PhD School have to be respected.

Please carefully read the detailed description of the eligibility and 
admissibility criteria and the additional requirements, incl. the use of 
mandatory templates, for applying in the TALENT Guide for Applicants 
<> and on 
the TALENT website <>.

*Selection criteria *

The selection process includes four steps of evaluation:

1.Eligibility and admissibility checks

2.Pre-selection at department level (internal review incl. online 

3.Expert/international review (done remotely)

4.Final selection of candidates.

Applicants will be judged on professional merits, scientific and 
technological quality of the proposed project, feasibility of the 
implementation and the potential impact of the proposed project. The 
review process takes into consideration the whole range of experience of 
the candidate. While focusing on their overall potential as researchers, 
their creativity and level of independence will also be considered. 
International and intersectorial experience will be seen positively in 
the evaluation. The selection criteria are weighted and fall into three 
defined areas:

·Excellence (weight: 50%) of which the scientific and innovative quality 
of the proposal (weight: 25%) and the applicant (weight: 25%)

·Impact (weight: 30%)

·Implementation (weight: 20%)

For more information about the evaluation process, please refer to the 
TALENT Evaluation Guide 

*Terms of employment *

The Horizon 2020, Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND rules stipulate a 
minimum monthly salary of EUR 2,597 (EUR 31,164 pr. year), of which 
H2020/MSCA/COFUND covers EUR 1,855 (EUR 22,260 pr. year). As is outlined 
below, SCIENCE complies fully with these rules.

The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic 

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the 
Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional 
Associations on Academics in the State. This means that the starting 
yearly salary is currently at a minimum EUR 43,094 (DKK 321,054) 
including annual supplement (+ pension up to EUR 7,003 (DKK 52,175)). 
Negotiation for salary supplement is possible.

Any potential employment offer is contingent on the successful 
applicants being enrolled in the 180 ECTS/three year PhD Programme at 
SCIENCE, which means that the mentioned applicants will be requested to 
formally apply for enrolment as a PhD student at SCIENCE’s PhD school. 
Another condition is that the successful applicants obtain any permits 
(e.g. pertaining to residence and work), which are mandatory by law.

The PhD studies must be conducted and completed in accordance with The 
Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the rules of the 
University of Copenhagen’s/SCIENCE’s PhD School on achieving the degree.

*Application Procedure *

The application, /in English/, must be submitted electronically by 
clicking *APPLY NOW* below.

The application must include the following:

1.Cover/motivation letter

2.Project description incl. ethics assessment form

3.Prioritized CV incl. publications

4.Declaration of mobility

5.Documentation of academic degrees obtained: diplomas must be in 
English or an officially approved translation must be included.

6.Copy of English test score sheet at the time of applying (for 
applicants with English as their second language).

7.Two recommendation letters *(max. 1 page of 2,500 characters each)*: 
one should be from the master thesis supervisor (if applicable), or 
other senior scientist that the applicant has worked closely with.

*Mandatory templates for items 1-4*are available for download on the 
dedicated TALENT website <>.

Please carefully read the detailed description of the eligibility and 
admissibility criteria and the additional requirements, incl. the use of 
mandatory templates, for applying in the TALENT Guide for Applicants 
<> and on 
the TALENT website <>. Receipts of the applications 
will be acknowledged and the applicants will be continuously informed 
about the progress of the evaluation.

The University of Copenhagen, SCIENCE and its 12 departments wish 
to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcome applications from 
all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.


*The deadline for applications is 1 October 2018, 23:59 GMT +2. *

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the 
deadline and not to consider applications that do not live up to the 
above-mentioned requirements.

After the expiry of the application deadline, the applicants will be 
assessed and selected after the criteria described in details in the 
TALENT Evaluation Guide 
<> and 
according to the university’s guidelines found on

Indicative timeline for the evaluation process:

·Eligibility and admissibility checks: *2-15 October 2018*. Applicants, 
who do not comply with the eligibility and admissibility criteria, will 
be notified at this stage.

·Pre-selection at department level (internal review incl. online 
interviews): *16-31 October 2018*. Applicants, who are not selected for 
the expert/international review, will be notified at this stage.

·Expert/international review (done remotely) (incl. preparation for the 
TALENT secretariat): *1-21 November 2018*.

·Applicants will receive the panel's evaluation report and the overall 
score and be given five days to comment (incl. preparation for the 
TALENT secretariat): *22-28 November 2018*.

·Final selection of candidates (incl. preparation for the TALENT 
secretariat): *29 November - 9 December 2018*.

·Employment offers, waiting list results and rejections to the 
candidates, who underwent the expert/international review: *10-17 
December 2018*.

·Enrolment as a PhD student and employment: *from 1 January 2019/as soon 
as possible thereafter*.

*Questions *

For specific information about the TALENT Doctoral Programme, please 
contact Senior Advisor, Louise Thers Nielsen, SCIENCE Research and 
Innovation, email: talent na <mailto:talent na>, 
phone: +45 35336895.

General information about PhD programmes at SCIENCE is available at


/Københavns Universitet giver sine knap 10.000 medarbejdere muligheder 
for at udnytte deres talent fuldt ud i et ambitiøst, uformelt miljø. Vi 
sikrer traditionsrige og moderne rammer om uddannelser og fri forskning 
på højt internationalt niveau. Vi søger svar og løsninger på fælles 
problemer og gør ny viden tilgængelig og nyttig for andre./

*If you have questions about the TALENT programme, please contact: *Ms 
Louise Thers Nielsen, E-mail: talent na 

We would very much appreciate your cooperation in spreading the news 
within your university and to potential candidates.

Best regards,


UNICA Secretariat
c/o University Foundation
Rue d’Egmont 11 | 1000 Brussels | Belgium
Tel: +32/(0)2/514 79 00 <tel:%2B32%2F%280%292%2F514%2079%2000> <> 



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