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PhD position on Fundamental and Applied Physics (Univ. of Naples, Italy)

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The Doctorate School of Physical Sciences of the University of Naples Federico II (Italy) is seeking talented international students for its PhD program in fundamental and applied physics (approximate starting date: April 2011).

Institutional fellowship support is available for the best candidates. The deadline for applications is 10th December 2010.

Further information, the formal announcement, the application form and instructions for applying are available at the program web-page: http://www.na.infn.it/dottorat/index-en.htm

The University of Naples Federico II is a large and prestigious research university located in Naples, Italy. The Graduate School of Physical Sciences is based in the Department of Physical Sciences of the
University, counting more than 100 tenured professors performing research in all fields of physics, including astrophysics, theoretical and mathematical physics, nuclear and high energy physics, statistical and condensed matter physics, molecular, atomic and optical physics, biophysics and applied
physics.

Contact:
Prof. Raffaele Velotta
chairman of the PhD program
on Fundamental and Applied Physics

Dept. of Physical Sciences
University of Naples “Federico II”
Compl. universitario Monte S. Angelo
Via Cintia – I 80126 Napoli (Italia)
phd@na.infn.it
ph. +39 081 676148

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