Shell is setting up the Shell Bangalore Computational Centre of Excellence to foster cutting-edge Computational R&D while teaming up with universities in the Netherlands to define a broad program in Computational Sciences in various disciplines of science and engineering.
Organization: Shell India in collaboration with The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO)Programme: Ph.D in Computational Sciences at Universities in the Netherlands:Dutch Universities:
Academic Session: September 2013Eligibility:The successful candidate need to have a recent or expected Masters degree (or equivalent postgraduate qualification) in Engineering or Science.Strong affinity and motivation for computational research and is eager to work on Energy challenges in Shell Technology Centre Bangalore (STCB). Details:With effect from the academic year 2013-2014, scholarships for a PhD at a University in the Netherlands are on offer. Each of these PhD-projects will involveChallenging research in Computational Science & Engineering , relevant to the energy industry.(All courses are offered in English)Access to internships at Shell’s R&D centers in Europe, US or India (Bengaluru),Participation in summer schools, workshops and visits to other prestigious research institutes and universities as applicableA Gross annual salary (for the four year term) in the range €28,715 – €36,789Annual visits to the home countryImportant: Upon successful completion of the PhD, the candidates can join the Computational Centre of Excellence in STCB for an exciting career in Advanced Computation.Application and Selection Process:Click here for details Further process will include telephonic/face-to-face interviews in November 2012 at select locations in India. The exact schedule would be duly communicated to shortlisted candidates.Application window remains open from: October 12 - 25, 2012 Click here for details
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