Predoctoral Research Position: The Polymers & Soft Matter Group at CFM invites applications for a predoctoral research position in collaboration with the Michelin company. This exciting opportunity involves investigating the impact of additives on the behavior of mixtures with dynamic asymmetry.
Designation: Predoctoral Researcher
Research Area: Polymers, Soft Matter, Industrial Mixtures, Dynamic Asymmetry
Location: Materials Physics Center (Donostia / San Sebastián)
Eligibility/Qualification: Master’s degree, preferably in Physics, Chemical Engineering, or Chemistry. Expertise in dielectric and mechanical spectroscopy is valued, along with a background in scattering techniques.
PREDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION IN THE POLYMERS & SOFT MATTER GROUP IN COLLABORATION WITH THE MICHELIN COMPANY: ‘IMPACT OF ADDITIVES ON THE KEY INGREDIENTS GOVERNING THE BEHAVIOR OF MIXTURES WITH DYNAMIC ASYMMETRY’
The selected candidate will collaborate on a research project with the Michelin company, focusing on investigating the structural, thermodynamic, and dynamical properties of simplified mixtures of industrial interest. Techniques such as calorimetry, dielectric spectroscopy, and X-ray, potentially neutron scattering will be employed. The position is for 1+1+1 years.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject label “Predoc CFMMICHELIN” before 30th of November:
- An updated Curriculum Vitae (70%)
- A presentation letter with a declaration of interests (max. 1 page) (10%)
- Two reference letters and/or contact email of two potential referees (20%)
Last Date for Apply: 30th of November
General inquiries or questions about this position can be submitted via email to email@example.com with the subject label “Postdoc/Predoc CFM-MICHELIN.”
|Title||Predoctoral Research Position in the Polymers & Soft Matter Group in Collaboration with the Michelin Company|
|Research Area||Polymers, Soft Matter, Industrial Mixtures, Dynamic Asymmetry|
|Location||Materials Physics Center (Donostia / San Sebastián)|
|Eligibility/Qualification||Master’s degree, preferably in Physics, Chemical Engineering, or Chemistry.|
|Job Description||Investigating the impact of additives on the behavior of mixtures with dynamic asymmetry. Collaborative research with the Michelin company.|
|How to Apply||Send CV, presentation letter, and reference letters/contact emails to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject label “Predoc CFMMICHELIN” before 30th of November.|
|Last Date for Apply||30th of November|