The three year PhD research scholarship is being offered by the University Of Stavanger in Natural Gas Engineering which is funded by PGNiG Norway AS. The good oral and written English is required by the applicant. For the project” Experimental and theoretical modeling of CO2 injectivity” this scholarship is being offered. Those researched applicant who are from the female group are particularly encouraged to apply for this scholarship. The students can have the chance to study the subject under the title of the project” Experimental and theoretical modeling of CO2 injectivity.” This scholarship is for those students who wish to complete their PhD degree level. The scholarship can be taken at PGNiG Norway AS, Norway. For the eligibility of this scholarship,The Master’s of Science/-technology degree or equivalent qualification must be hold by the applicant. Those students who are from Norway can apply for this scholarship.For a three-year doctorate scholarship, The University Of Stavanger invites the applicant at the Faculty of Science and Technology in the Department of Petroleum Engineering in the field of natural gas engineering – modeling of CO2 injectivity. For professional development leading to a doctorate degree, this trainee position will be mainly given promising researchers an opportunity.This scholarship limits for three years which covers the salaried according to the State Salary Code, l.pl 17.515, code 1017, LR 20, ltr 50 of NOK 416 600,- per annum. For the automatic membership in the Norwegian Public Service fund, this scholarship offers the opportunity in which favourable retirement benefits is guranteed. The interested applicant can apply for this scholarship through post and electronically.
PGNiG Norway AS
1. The Master’s of Science/-technology degree or equivalent qualification must be hold by the applicant.
2. Strong background in physics and chemistry as well as in natural gas engineering, particular related to flow in porous media is required by the applicant.
3. An average grade of B or better is to be obtained by the applicant to qualify.
4. Those applicant will be preferred who have experience within experimental (laboratory) work and/or knowledge in modeling/simulation.
Deadline: January 16, 2013