A PhD grant is available from November 1st, 2020 or later at iNANO and the Department of Chemistry, the Faculty of Science, Aarhus University, focussing on the potential of using out-sourced concrete to sequester CO2directly from the flue gasses of combustion power plants, cement plants or similar concentrated sources of CO2. VITO is involved in this PhD by the co-promotor Ruben Snellings and as a host institute for a secondment.

Life and work in Aarhus and Denmark

Aarhus is Denmark’s second largest city, with about 300,000 inhabitants, and is situated in Jutland. It is a pleasant city at the sea, with a thriving food-scene, museums, surrounding nature, and has a vibrant inner city with many cultural events. See for CNN's recommendation.

Denmark ranks among the world's best places to live in, in terms of education, job security, economic prosperity, and healthcare, and Danes rank among the happiest people in the world. Denmark has free national health care, and a system of guaranteed and affordable daycare. English is widely spoken, although Danish is the common language off campus.


August 1st, 2020