PhD position available through TALENT Doctoral Program

A PhD position is available through the EU co-funded TALENT Doctoral Programme under the program area 'Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology' (see links below).

Deadline: 1. October 2019

Please note the various requirements (including eligibility criteria, English tests, and project description) that are strictly enforced by EU. For that reason, interested candidates should start the application process severel months before the deadline.

(Note: Another, final deadline will now be available early February 2020)

Description of research projects:

A PhD position is available in the area of observations, analysis and dynamical modeling of motions of molecular gas and stars in the vicinity of supermassive black holes in active galactic nuclei observed with radio and sub-mm single-dish and interferometry array telescopes (including ALMA, SMA, NOEMA, APEX) and optical IFUs (including ESO's VLT). The aim of the research is to study the physics and fueling of supermassive black holes of active galactic nuclei and quasars.

The PhD student will be part of a team of faculty, students and postdocs lead by Prof. Marianne Vestergaard. Questions about the position and ongoing research by the team can be directed at Prof. Vestergaard


  • About the TALENT Doctoral Programme:
    (use the left hand side menu to navigate the information).
    Be sure to read the information 'Results of the first call' and 'Results of the second call'.

    Note: If you obtain your Master's degree (and Diploma) after March 2020 or prefer to start during the summer, then you should apply for the fourth and final call. Deadline will be early February (See the link below). If you are planning to apply, please contact Dr. Vestergaard.

  • PhD position advertisement, information and link to apply:
Back to M. Vestergaard's home page

mvester 'at'

Last updated 1 September 2019