Open to: graduates with a Master degree related to the subject area of the project (e.g. Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, pharmaceutical science and chemical engineering
Scholarship: 3 year-position, covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff
The PhD student will be part of the EU-funded project “European Joint Doctorate in Food Science” (EJDFoodSci). EJDFoodSci is an Innovative Training Network (ITN) concerning the challenges malting and brewing. The scientific objective of the project is to reduce the environmental impact of malt and beer production by introducing innovative technologies that reduce energy consumption, whilst maintaining or improving their flavour quality and stability. The current PhD project (ESR2) focuses on malts for control of trace elements with pro-oxidative effects during the brewing process and in finished beer. The current project is offered as joint degree PhD project together with UA Krakow.