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Open Scholarships for Boysen TU-Dresden Graduate School, Germany

  • 1.  Open Scholarships for Boysen TU-Dresden Graduate School, Germany

    Posted 10-05-2018 03:59

    The third Boysen TU Dresden Research Training Group on "Mobility in flux – Challenges and Solutions for technology, environment and society" is offering 16 doctoral scholarships, to begin on 1st January 2019.

    The interdisciplinary research training group consists of four clusters

    Cluster A: New Materials
    Cluster B: Software-Defined Mobile Supply Chains
    Cluster C: Electric mobility and autonomous driving: Perspectives for providers, users and media
    Cluster D: Effects of scenarios on noise, landscape, climate and health

    Two of the 16 scholarship holders will be supervised by PRISMA-members Prof. Dr. Edeltraud Günther (Chair of Sustainability Management and Environmental Accounting) and Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Dominik Möst (Chair of Energy Economics).

    Please send your application by 30thOctober 2018 to the respective contact person of the cluster.

    Detailed information on the clusters, the disciplines involved and the application requirements can be found here: tu-dresden.de/boysen-grk/scholarships.

    More information about the Boysen Foundation can be found here: tu-dresden.de/ing/maschinenwesen/iet/boysen/startseite?set_language=en.



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    Prof. Dr. Edeltraud Guenther
    Academic Director

    Technische Universitaet Dresden
    PRISMA Centre for Sustainability Assessment and Policy

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    Chair of Sustainability Management and Environmental Accounting
    https://tu-dresden.de/bu/wirtschaft/bu
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