Doctorate in Applied and Engineering Physics  

About the Program
Program Structure
Research Centers

Thesis Proposal for the

Doctorate Program in Applied and Engineering Physics (DAEPHYS)

Starting in the Academic Year 2016/2017

Proposal 002

Title:Calibration of the SNO+ neutrino physics experiment
Objectives (recommended length: 2000-3000 char):
Framework (recommended length: 500-2000 char):
Tasks (recommended length: 1000-3000 char):
Research centre/lab or R&D unit hosting the thesis project:
University to which the thesis project will be presented:
FC/UL - Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa
DAEPHYS Scientific Domain in which the project fits:
Relation of the project to the Scientific Domains of DAEPHYS:
Candidate profile:
Does this proposal involve more than one University?:
Synergies between the two Universities participating in the proposal:
DAEPHYS strongly encourages the presentation of thesis projects in co-supervision by researchers from two of the universities participating in the Program. In this field, explain the benefits resulting from the proposed co-supervision and the involvement of elements from the two universities, e.g. building critical mass teams, profiting from existing infrastructures or advanced equipments, profiting from expert technical know-how, etc. If the proposal involves only one University, write n/a.
(recommended length: 500-1000 char)
Does this proposal involve a company?:
Proposals involving a company:
DAEPHYS strongly encourages the presentation of thesis projects involving a company, preferably a high-tech company. These proposals have to: 1) be centered on a technological problem in which the partner company has been (or plan / would like to be) involved; 2) have a co-supervisor on the enterprise; 3) include part of the project to be carried out in the company.
(recommended length: 500-1000 char)



Name:Jose Maneira
Institution:LIP and FCUL
link to CV or indication of ORCID ID:



Name:Gersende Prior
link to CV or indication of ORCID ID:


Uploaded PDF document: proposal-002.pdf