Doctoral Programme in Architecture & Technology
The Doctoral Programme in Architecture & Technology is oriented toward the training of scholars in the field of engineering, science and technology in architecture, with a focus on architecture, building engineering and technology. To start on October 1, 2015 we are offering
3 full-time (100%) PhD positions in Architecture & Technology
The fellowships provide funding for three years, with an option to extend. The Brutto stipend is CHF 47‘040.- CHF 48‘540.- and CHF 50‘040.- for the first, second and third year of the PhD, respectively, plus social benefits. (Note that these are estimations for 2015.)
We are looking for excellent young researchers with a background in engineering and technology, as well as architects with experience in research and with an interest in relating building technology or engineering to the building practice. Suitable candidates hold a diploma or Master’s degree acquired at university level (equivalent to the FHEQ-Level 7) in architecture, engineering or related fields.
Applicants should include (1) a letter of motivation, stating their future career intentions, reasons for wanting to pursue a Doctorate in Architecture & Technology at ETH Zurich, arguments why they would be a good candidate and how their background has prepared them for doctoral studies; and (2) a (maximum) three-page research statement, including a) the identification of their main research field(s) or topic(s) of interest, b) a summary and outline of their research proposal, and c) preferred Professorship at ITA. Additionally, applicants are requested to send an (academic/long) curriculum vitae, including a publication list, a portfolio or related work samples (please, provide a link in your application where bigger files can be downloaded from), and 3 letters of recommendation.
Applications with cover letter should be submitted online with attention to: ETH Zurich, Mr. Matthias Steiger, Human Resources, CH-8092 Zürich. The submission deadline (including recommendation letters) is January 15, 2015. Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Please apply online to: ETH Zurich, Mr. Matthias Steiger, Human Resources,CH-8092 Zürich. https://pub.refline.ch/845721/3526/++publications++/1/index.html