If you posses a bachelor’s degree in the field of physics, engineering, space science, astronomy, and science in general, and you are interested in pursuing masters and doctoral studies, you may apply to the scholarships funded by the administration through public calls. A brief description of each scholarship is provided to give an idea of the type of scholarship you may apply to depending on your personal and professional background.
It is highly recommended to carry out a PhD with the aid of a scholarship, fellowship or grant since universities and research institutes rarely offer research positions entirely funded on their own.
If you are coming from abroad, take into consideration that grant resolutions may take several months and not always occur during the same time of the year as previous calls.
Spanish regulations concerning PhD scholarships are varying at the moment due to the immersion of the Bologna Program into the academic cycle. Therefore, in principle, scholarships assure 4 years of salary and registration fees for the master’s and PhD programs. However, not all scholarships cover complete registration fees for both programs so you must be aware of this issue when commencing the application process.
|Cosmological models of the early- and late- universe with bradion and tachion fields||N. Myrzakulov||Odintsov, S. D.||read (2016-12-27)|
|GNSS-R as a Source of Opportunity for Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere||Fabra, F.||Cardellach, E.||read (2013-05-13)|
|Strangeness in heavy-ion collisions||Ilner, A.||Tolos, L. and Bratkovskaya, E.||ongoing|
|Modeling galaxy clustering for precision cosmology||Porredon, A. M.||Crocce, M. and Fosalba, P.||ongoing|
|Stellar activity and exoplanets of M dwarfs from CARMENES visible to near-infrared spectroscopy||Lafarga Magro, M.||Ribas, I.||ongoing|
|Stars as laboratory of particle physics||vinyoles, N.||Serenelli, A. and Isern, J.||ongoing|
|MAGIC and Fermi-LAT observations of PWNe||Wu, E.||Torres, D. F. and de Ona Wilhelmi, E.||ongoing|
|Stellar activity effects on high-precision radial velocities: theory and observations||Rosich, A.||Ribas, I.||ongoing|
|The accretion flow onto white dwarfs and its X-ray emission properties ||Ospina, N.||Hernanz, M.||ongoing|
|High energy emission from classical and recurrent novae||Delgado, L.||Hernanz, M.||ongoing|
|Numerical Relavity for Gravitational Wave and High-Energy Physics||Santos-Oliván, D.||Sopuerta, C. F. and Sperhake, U.||ongoing|
|Precipitation measurements with polarimetric GNSS Radio Occultations||Padullés, R.||Cardellach, E.||ongoing|
|The initial conditions of star formation in the era of ALMA||Juárez-Rodríguez, Carmen||Girart, J. M.||ongoing|
|Precision Cosmology with coming galaxy surveys||Izard, A.||Fosalba, P.||ongoing|
|Cosmology with galaxy surveys||Pujol, A.||Gaztañaga, E.||ongoing|
|Techniques in Observational Cosmology||Oliva, R.||Elizalde, E.||ongoing|
|Characterization and Simulation of Large Scale Structure in LCDM models||López-Arenillas, C.||Gaztañaga, E. and Castander, F.||ongoing|
|PhD Fellowship in Astrophysics at ICE (CSIC-IEEC): Stellar explosions and their scenarios at high energies||Isern, J. and Hernanz, M. and Serenelli, A.||proposal|
|PhD Fellowship in Astrophysics at the Institute of Space Sciences (IEEC-CSIC)||Torres, D. F. and de Ona Wilhelmi, E. and Rea, N.||proposal|
|Photometric follow-up of potentially hazardous asteroids: physical evolution and surface properties from meteorites.||Trigo-Rodriguez, J. M.||proposal|