Postdoc fellows 2017

By the time of deadline February 23rd 2017 DTU had received a total of 188 eligible applications from 44 different nationalities.

22 of these candidates were granted a H.C. Ørsted COFUND postdoc fellowship for a duration of 12-24 months at DTU, please see below:  

 


 

Name: Andrea Capozzi, Italy

Department: DTU Electrical Engineering

Project: Generating long-lasting transportable hyperpolarized substrates via Dynamic Nuclear Polarization and thermal annihilation of photo-induced radicals


 

Name: Anna Dragos (née Oslizlo), Poland

Department: DTU Bioengineering

Project: Role of prophages in ecology and evolution of Bacillus


 

Name: Bo Wang, China

Department: DTU Mechanical Engineering

Project: Nitrogen expanded austenite on austenitic stainless steel with superior load-bearing capacity: synthesis, characterization and performance


 

Name: Chengfang Pang, China

Department: DTU Environment

Project: Realistic Environmental Exposure and Hazard Assessment of Nanoscale Copper Phthalocyanine


 

Name: Ding Zhao, China

Department: DTU Danchip

Project: Nanoscale interactions between electrons and ice: Towards the ultimate resolution of ice lithography


 

Name: Diptesh Dey, India

Department: DTU Chemistry

Project: Laser induced control of molecules and chemical reactions


 

Name: Emily Riley, Great Britain

Department: DTU Aqua (DTU Physics)

Project: Flagellate Flow Fields: Trade-offs and Variability


 

Name: Gaurava Kumar Jaisawal, India

Department: DTU Space

Project: NICER views of neutron stars' physics

 


 

Name: Helena Junicke, Germany 

Department: DTU Chemical Engineering

Project: Novel concepts for biobutanol production using mixed microbial cultures


 

Name: Lorena Fernández-Cabezón, Spain

Department: DTU Biosustain

Project: Re-shaping central metabolism in Pseudomonas putida for White Biotechnology purposes


 

Name: Mariusz Kubus, Poland

Department: DTU Chemistry

Project: Design, Synthesis and Characterization of 2D Metal-Organic Framework Materials: From Bulk to Nanostructures


 

Name: Matthias Wiesenberger, Germany

Department: DTU Physics

Project: Particle Acceleration in Reconnection EventS


 

Name: Petr Witz, Czech Republic

Department: DTU Management Engineering

Project: Consolidating and operationalizing theories of genuine public participation in large-scale engineering projects


 

Name: Prasanna Kadirvelayutham, India

Department: DTU Energy

Project: High-Capacity 2D Electrode Materials For Magnesium Ion Batteries


 

Name: Prasant Singh, India

Department: DTU Compute

Project: Understanding Schubert Codes


 

Name: Romina Henriques, Portugal

Department: DTU Aqua

Project: Genomic analyses of DNA from archived white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) jaws


 

Name: Sarvesh Kumar Srivastava, India

Department: DTU Nanotech

Project: MICROBOTS FOR CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC DRUG DELIVERY AGAINST SOLID TUMOURS


 

Name: Shengda Zhang, China

Department: DTU Bioengineering

Project: Biosynthetic pathways and expression platforms for marine bioactive compounds


 

Name: Shi Jia, China 

Department: DTU Fotonik

Project: Tbit/s THz Photonics Wireless Communication


 

Name: Stanislav Borysov, Ukraine 

Department: DTU Management Engineering

Project: Deep Statistical Modeling for Transport Systems in Contex


Name: Xiaowei Zhu, China 

Department: DTU Mechanical Engineering

Project: Multi-objective optimization of microstructure enhanced plate heat exchangers for organic Rankine cycle power systems


 

Name: Yiqiang Wang, China 

Department: DTU Mechanical Engineering

Project: Cellular Structural Topology Optimisation for Additive Manufacturing

 

This project has received Funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme and Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions grant no. 609405 (FP7) and 713683 (H2020)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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