Post-Doctoral Position – Neuromorphic Computing with Complex Oxide Devices, Spain

Postdoc in Spain

Post-Doctoral Position – Neuromorphic Computing: Embark on groundbreaking research in neuromorphic computing utilizing complex oxide devices. A Post-Doctoral Position is available at the Physics of Complex Materials Group (GFMC), Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain. This role offers an exceptional opportunity to contribute to the development and high-frequency electrical characterization of innovative devices based on complex oxides, aimed at emulating neuron and synaptic functionalities. Join us in pushing the boundaries of oxide electronics and neuromorphic computing.

Designation: Post-Doctoral Researcher

Research Area: Neuromorphic Computing with Complex Oxide Devices

Location: Physics of Complex Materials Group (GFMC), Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Madrid, Spain


  • PhD in Physics, Materials Science, Electrical Engineering, or a related field.
  • Experience in high-frequency electrical characterization techniques.
  • Proficiency in conducting low-temperature measurements.
  • Familiarity with magneto-transport phenomena.
  • Hands-on skills in micro/nano-fabrication techniques (e.g., optical and e-beam lithography, ion milling).
  • Proficiency in Labview programming.
  • Additional experience in oxide electronics and neuromorphic computing is advantageous.
  • Knowledge of artificial neural networks, machine learning methods, and algorithm development is a plus.

Job Description: As a Post-Doctoral Researcher, your responsibilities will include:

  • Conducting scientific research in the field of neuromorphic computing with novel complex oxide devices.
  • Developing and performing high-frequency electrical characterizations of devices designed to emulate neuron and synaptic functionality.
  • Exploring the enhancement of device functionalities through magnetic (spin) manipulation.
  • Engaging in device fabrication, materials deposition, and sample preparation.
  • Implementing experimental setups and programming for electrical measurements.
  • Collaborating with the research team to achieve project goals.

How to Apply: Interested candidates should send their CV to Dr. Miguel Romera at Along with your CV, please describe your relevant experience and skills in the application. Early application is encouraged.

Last Date for Application: Open until filled

Note: Join our dynamic team in unraveling the potential of complex oxide devices for neuromorphic computing. This role offers a chance to work at the forefront of experimental research, contributing to cutting-edge developments in materials science and computing. If you’re passionate about pushing the boundaries of science and technology, we invite you to apply. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. For further inquiries, feel free to reach out to us. Your expertise could shape the future of neuromorphic computing.


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