Currently Advertised Positions
Research Officer Position
We seek applicants who will support a very active and vigorous research program within the Centre for Theoretical Chemistry and Physics of the NZ Institute for Advanced Study. The successful applicant will have excellent knowledge of computer science and skill in programming in Fortran and C++ is essential. The candidate will also support and contribute to the maintenance of the center's high-performance compute cluster, supervision of postgraduate students as well as making a limited contribution to undergraduate teaching. For more information please follow this link to the official Massey Open Vacancies page.
We have PHD positions available within the Centre. For further information please do not hesitate to contact one of our group leaders Prof. Peter Schwerdtfeger, Prof. Joachim Brand, Prof. Sergej Flach or Dr. Patrick Bowman.
We are looking for Postdocs, PhD students, and research students in Masters / BSc(Hons) programme in Mathematical Physics (commencing 2008 at the MU Auckland Campus). The Centre for Theoretical Chemistry and Physics (CTCP) promotes high profile research in various areas of theoretical physics and chemistry. CTCP was established in 2004 as part of an initiative to develop theoretical physics and chemistry at the Auckland campus of Massey University.
Masters / BSc(Hons) Mathematical Physics
Massey University Auckland is now accepting students at Masters and Honours level in “Mathematical Physics”.
Scholarships for domestic tuition fees are available from Massey University. See also Massey University's scholarship page, search for “Massey University Masterate scholarship“ or “other postgraduate schoralships”.
Under reciprocal arrangements, students from the following countries can study in New Zealand for domestic tuition fees: New Zealand, Australia, Germany, France. For German students there may be further financial support available through the DAAD.
Commonwealth scholarships for Masters students for some developing Commonwealth Countries are sponsored by the NZ government. Further information is available at the NZAID web site.
Note: international PhD students from any country will be accorded domestic status at Massey University for the purpose of tuition fees.
Massey University Doctoral Scholarships and Massey University Vice Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships
Doctoral Scholarships are offered for the purpose of encouraging postgraduate research at Massey University and are awarded on academic ranking. Up to ten Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships are offered each year. Priority will be given to domestic students. Up to thirty Doctoral Scholarships are offered twice each year to applicants with a high Honours degree. See also Massey University's scholarship page, search for “Massey University doctoral scholarship”.
New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships
Funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand, the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships(NZIDRS) are a significant educational opportunity. The New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships (NZIDRS) are open to all International Students meeting the eligibility criteria.
Entitlements under the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships are as follows:
Further information on the NZIDRS scholarships can be found on the New Zealand Educated website.
For information on Commonwealth Scholarships for students at PhD level from developing commonwealth countries, please check the NZAID web site.
Please inquire with individual staff members if post-doc positions are available. Various fellowship schemes support national and international postdoctoral researchers in New Zealand.
Marie Curie Outgoing International Fellowship (European Researchers)
In the Framework Programme 7, the European Union funds postdoctoral research outside the EU for 1-2 years followed by a mandatory return phase of the scholarship for 1 year. More information is available from CORDIS, the FRENZ website and on pages 25 and 42 of this document. The next application deadline is 14 August 2007.
Feodor Lynen Research Fellowships (German Researchers)
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation awards Feodor Lynen Research Fellowships to highly qualified German scholars holding doctorates for periods of one to four years. Sponsorship from Humboldt fellows (P. Schwerdtfeger, J. Brand) and for host contributions to the fellowship allowance is available. CTCP has already hosted a number of Feodor Lynen Research Fellows. Applications are considered three times a year. See also www.humboldt-foundation.de. Other scholarships for German nationals and long-term residents are administered by the DAAD and the DFG.
For further information please contact J.Brand@massey.ac.nz.
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