Available PhD positions

Second call

Deadline on the 22nd of February  

Description of projects in the second call

  • Humbolt University, BerlinStudy of Green-Schwarz superstring sigma-models on the lattice to verify AdS/CFT correspondence — Supervisor: Valentina Forini
  • The University of Edinburgh: High-precision description of unstable hadrons through lattice simulations — SupervisorsAntonin Portelli, Peter Boyle
  • The University of EdinburghStudy of SU(4) gauge theory with fermions in multiple representations — Supervisor: Luigi Del Debbio
  • Autonomous University of Madrid: Approaching the b-quark sector in decays of heavy-light mesons — Supervisor: Carlos Pena
  • Autonomous University of Madrid: Computing the meson spectra and other observables for large N gauge theories — Supervisors: Margarita Garcia Perez, Antonio González-Arroyo
  • South Denmark UniversityStudy of the SU(2) model for new extensions of the SM based on composite dynamics — Supervisor: Claudio Pica
  • Swansea University: Phase structure of hot and dense systems: a machine learning approach — Supervisors: Gert Aarts, Biagio Lucini


First call (and related communications – archived)

All positions have been assigned and the FIRST CALL is now CLOSED.  

Description of projects in the first call

  • Humbolt University, Berlin: Applicability of the weak coupling expansion in QCD — Supervisor: Rainer Sommer
  • University of Bielefeld: Freezeout-conditions in heavy ion collisions — Supervisors: Christian Schmidt, Frithjof Karsch
  • Trinity College Dublin: High-precision calculations using local realisation of QED+QCD on the lattice —  Supervisor: Marina Marinković
  • Trinity College Dublin: Precision quark mass renormalization and the gradient flow —  Supervisor: Stefan Sint
  • University of ParmaThimble regularisation of Lattice Gauge Theories — Supervisor: Francesco Di Renzo
  • University of ParmaPhase structure of quantum gauge theories on compact manifolds at finite temperature — Supervisor: Luca Griguolo
  • University of RegensburgNucleon form factors for neutrino experiments — Supervisor: Gunnar Bali
  • University of Regensburg: Matrix elements for the direct detection of dark matter — Supervisor: Sara Collins



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