The RAPTOR -Real-time Adaptive Particle Therapy Of Cancer Innovative Training Network (ITN) is recruiting highly motivated PhD students.

A total of 15 PhD positions are available at eight universities, two research centres and three companies, in the framework of the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie InnovativeTraining Network (ITN) RAPTOR. The offered positions are available with a starting date in summer 2021.

One of the projects is on Robust optimisation for anatomical variations in the computational medical physics research group of Stine Korreman. The medical physics research group is embedded in the joint oncology research environment at Aarhus University Hospital/Aarhus University and housed at the Danish Centre for Particle Therapy.

Application deadline: March 15, 2021. Read more at the RAPTOR consortium website.