15 PhD positions in several European institutions are available within the European Union's Horizon 2020 "DigitAlgaesation" project on the digitalization of photosynthetic bioprocesses. DigitAlgaesation aims at training early-stage researchers to enable the automation and optimization of microalgae cultivation processes for more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly enhanced productivity.

Selected candidates will benefit from outstanding training aimed at fostering scientiļ¬c, technical and transferable skills, and highly competitive salary and working conditions.

Join the DigitAlgaesation project and submit your application here:

DigitAlgaesation coordinator
Prof. Fabrizio Bezzo
University of Padova