Designation/Position- Post-doctoral position
ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain position for candidates having PhD in relevant area can apply online for this position.
About- As an institution, ICFO strives to be a resource for science, technology and talent, and to provide ICFO researchers with unique skills to become successful and independent future leaders, both in the academic and industrial worlds. ICFO provides cutting edge facilities, a stimulating international and interdisciplinary environment, as well as high-level training and extended administrative support for national and international researchers, at different career levels, with backgrounds in scientific disciplines related to Optics and Photonics and their applications, including Physics, Engineering, Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology.
Research/Job area– Nano-photonics
Location- ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain
Eligibility/Qualification- As your career goals and research interests are an integral part of the selection procedure itself, apart from the ICFOjobs site, we encourage you to browse ICFO’s corporate website to learn more about ICFO’s research activities and to identify the projects and/or areas that best match your background. We also recommend that you visit Careers @ ICFO. A clear indication of your interests and goals in your presentation letter will help us in reviewing your candidacy.
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Should there be no opening matching your interest or background, please contact us at [email protected].
Job/Position Description- ICFO is offering a postdoctoral position to a well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientist who wishes to enhance his/her scientific career in a friendly and stimulating environment.
The successful candidate will be part of an emerging project carried out in the quantum nano-optoelectronics group of Prof Frank Koppens. The group focuses on quantum and nano-optoelectronic phenomena in graphene, related 2d materials and novel quantum materials.
The candidate will play a key role in real-space nanometer-scale imaging of collective excitations in 2d and novel quantum materials, and unravelling quantum and topological phenomena.
This position receives the support of the ERC Consolidator Grant “Topological Nano-Photonics” awarded by the European Commission.
How to Apply- If you have identified an opening matching your interests, please read carefully the information about requirements, conditions and necessary application material and start the application process. Candidatures should be submitted online via ICFOjobs, our online application interface, in a 2-step procedure:
The button ‘Apply to this opening’ takes you to the online application form, gathering your personal data for identification purposes. Once submitted, you will receive a link by e-mail, which you must follow in order to continue the application process.
In this second step of the process you will be asked to provide further details and the necessary application material, as well as to indicate potential referees. All enclosed documentation must be in PDF format or plain text.
Once the application form is complete and the relevant material has been uploaded, submit your candidature by clicking on the ‘apply’ button. Candidates will receive an automatic reply acknowledging submission including a reference number for further enquiries or updates (within deadline).
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