CLOSED | Research Scholarship for Master in Biomedical Engineering / Physics / Industrial Electronics and Computers

A call for is open for the award of a research grant within the scope of the NanoStim R&D project, developed in partnership with the Physics Center of the Universities of Minho and Porto (CM-UM-UP), co-financed by the FEDER through COMPETE 2020.


Application period is now closed


Admission requirements: Candidates must have a Master’s degree in one of this areas: Biomedical Engineering, Physical Engineering, Physics, Industrial Electronic Engineering and Computers or Engineering and Management of Information Systems, or similar areas.

At the date of the respective hiring, candidates must prove their degree, as well as their enrollment in one of the following courses:

– Ph.D. (in the area or area similar to that requested in a public notice);

– Masters enrolled in non-academic degree courses, integrated in the educational project of the University of Minho, developed in association or in cooperation with one or more R&D units, in the area or area similar to that requested in the official notice (eg: postgraduate courses, advanced studies, specialized training).

Work plan: The work plan is part of the NanoStim: Nanomaterials for wearable-based integrated biostimulation project, with the goal to develop a dry electrode system, based on nanostructured thin films, for the muscular rehabilitation of the elderly, from the acquisition and interpretation of electromyographic signals.

Workplace: The work will be developed at the Physics Center of the University of Minho, Campus de Azurém, in Guimarães.

Duration of the scholarship: The scholarship will have a duration of 12 months, starting on September 1, 2020. The scholarship may eventually be renewed for 6 months.


For more information and how to apply, visit this website.