Aktuelle Ausschreibungen für Doktorarbeiten

Hier finden Sie aktuelle Ausschreibungen für offene Doktorarbeiten. Weitere Möglichkeiten für Dissertationen finden Sie auf den Seiten der betreffenden Doktoratsprogrammeoder auf den Institutsseiten.

 

Doktorandenstelle

60%

Psychologisches Institut

 

PhD research position, Seals and sealings in gender-historical perspective

60%

Department of Religious Studies

 

PhD Position

50-60%

Department of Economics Zurich Center for Neuroeconomics (ZNE)

 

PhD Position

50-60%

Department of Economics Zurich Center for Neuroeconomics (ZNE)

 

PhD Student

60%

Department of Chemistry

 

Doktorat experim. Psychopathologie

60-70%

Psychologisches Institut

 

PhD Student

60%

Department of Chemistry

 

Wissenschaftliche Assistenz

50%

Institut für Archäologie - Fachbereich Klassische Archäologie

 

Doctoral student of Physics or Engineering

60%

Department of Economics

 

PhD Candidate

100%

Institute of Physiology

 

PhD position 1 in Earth System Science: "Understanding common pool resource dynamics through social-ecological systems analysis"

60%

Department of Geography, ESS

 

PhD position 2 in Earth System Science: "Understanding water cycling in the Amazon using a trait-based approach"

60%

Department of Geography

 

Research Associate / PhD candidate

60%

Department of Business Administration, URPP Social Networks

 

PhD student position in theoretical/computational chemistry

60%

Department of Chemistry

   

Assistant PhD Position "African History (Late 15th - Early 19th Century)"

50%

Department of History

 

Doctoral students/assistants in financial accounting

50-79%

Department of Business Administration, University of Zurich

 

PhD research position: Seals and sealings in gender-historical perspective

60%

Department of Religious Studies

 

Wissenschaftliche Assistenz

60%

Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft Lehrstuhl Didaktik der Naturwissenschaften und der Nachhaltigkeit

 

Postdoctoral Position, Development of novel fluorescent probes for intravital imaging

100%

Institute of Anatomy