Within the framework of the Marie Curie Initial Training Network “SIMDALEE2” (Sources, Interaction with Matter, Detection and Analysis of Low Energy Electrons) we are inviting applications for 1 PhD position - ESR (Early Stage Researcher).
SIMDALEE2 is a 4 year project funded by the European Commission consisting of 11 renowned research institutes and 3 companies from 9 European countries. The overall objective is to establish a world-class research training platform for the science and technology of nanoscale manipulation and analysis using low energy electrons. Apart from an effective and wellstructured training program, the network will pursue the following scientific goals:
Within this interdisciplinary and intersectoral network, the ESRs and ERs will have the opportunity to improve their scientific and complementary skills and greatly further their career opportunities in S & T in Europe.
Note that we do not expect you to have experience exactly matching the described work (although this would of course be highly beneficial for your application). For example, if you have general experience with UHV-equipment, or surface analysis techniques using electrons or similar work-relevant experience, and you are applying for a position where experimental work takes place in UHV, you should state this clearly in your application.
Note that candidates in possession of a PhD-degree can only apply for the ER-vacancies (Postdoc positions) and NOT for the ESR-positions.
Applicants for the PhD-vacancies must have a Masters degree or equivalent.
All candidates should fulfill the eligibility criteria specified in more detail below.
|Host Institution||Country||Project Title||Job Starting Date||vacancy|
|ESR1||TUV - Vienna University of Technology||Austria||Interaction of slow electrons with matter for nanoscale characterization of solids (16 months)||May 01, 2017||open|
Jobs are also advertised on Jobs-EURAXESS, but the description obtained by following any link in the left most column of the above table and following “goals and skills” contains a more detailed job-profile, which you should read before preparing the application documents.
PhD candidates: MA in Physics or equivalent
Post-Doc candidates: PhD in Physics or equivalent
Prospective candidates should be highly motivated and meet the following criteria: