All about Shell PhD Computational Sciences in the Netherlands 2016 notification

Applications invited for fully sponsored PhDs in Computational Sciences at Universities in The Netherlands followed by employment at Shell in Bengaluru, India


We invite applications for fully sponsored PhDs in The Netherlands followed by an employment offer with Shell in Bengaluru

Rising global energy demand and difficult-to-access oil and gas, coupled with environmental and social issues form the crux of the energy challenge

Energy production in the future needs to become ‘smarter’ and more efficient, with a smaller environmental footprint

Computational research is increasingly used to deliver such innovative technology solutions Shell is setting up the Computational Centre of Excellence in Bengaluru, India to foster cutting-edge Computational R&D

Further, Shell has also teamed up with universities in The Netherlands to define a broad programme in Computational Sciences in various disciplines of science and engineering

 

Also See : Scholarships 2019

 

Who We Are Looking For:

The ideal candidate has demonstrated affinity and strong motivation for computational research and is eager to work on energy challenges in Shell Technology Centre Bangalore (STCB)

Candidates should have a recent or expected Masters’ Degree (or equivalent postgraduate qualification) in engineering or science

Important Dates for Shell Bengaluru PhD programme in Computational Sciences in the Netherlands 2016:

The application window will remain open between: 06th August 2015 -25th August 2015

The package of Shell Bengaluru PhD programme in Computational Sciences in the Netherlands 2016 includes:

Challenging research in Computational Science and Engineering, relevant to the energy industry

All courses are offered in English

Access to internships at Shell’s R&D centres in Europe, US or India (Bengaluru)

Participation in summer schools, workshops and visits to other prestigious research institutes and universities, as appropriate

Four year temporary employment by the Dutch Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter against a gross annual salary (for the four year term) in the range �28,000 � �36,000

Annual visits to the home country

Upon successful completion of the PhD, the candidates may join the Computational Centre of Excellence in STCB for an exciting career in Advanced Computation

Application and Selection Process for Shell Bengaluru PhD programme in Computational Sciences in the Netherlands 2016:

The application window for the academic year 2016-17 will remain open between: 06th August 2015 and 25th August 2015

On completing the application, you will go through various stages of the Shell and NWO/FOM selection processes

For the Academic Session Starting in September 2016

To find out more and to apply online please visit website: www.shell.com/india/csphd

 

Shell Ph.D Computational Sciences in the Netherlands

Cutting Edge Computational Science Research followed by a Technical Career at Shell Ph.D Computational Sciences in the Netherlands, Website www.shell.com/india/csphd