- The Faculty of Science and the Leiden Institute of Chemistry are looking for a PhD in physical chemistry.
- Engineering of two-dimensional materials on metal surfaces
About the position:
- This PhD-project is part of the EU-funded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative
- Training Network (ITN) ‘Stibnite – Tailored materials for Sustainable Technologies:
- programming functional molecular components through Boron-Nitrogen doping’.
- a Master’s degree in Physical Chemistry or Condensed-Matter Physics, or related disciplines;
- A strong interest in surface science;
- Excellent proficiency in English;
- Good technical experimental skills;
- Meeting the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher eligibility criteria is required.
- In particular, at the time of the appointment candidates must have a Master degree and had less than four years full-time equivalent research experience and must not have already obtained a PhD.
- Additionally, they must not have resided in the Netherlands for more than 12 months in the three years immediately before the appointment;
- The applicant should feel comfortable working in a collaborative environment with complex experiments. Initiative, creativity and an independent working attitude are highly valued.
- Planned start date October 2020, or soon thereafter.
How to apply:
- The recruitment of all positons for this Innovative Training Network will be led by the consortium coordinator Prof. Dr. Davide Bonifazi, at the University of Vienna.
- To apply for this vacancy, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please ensure that you quote the vacancy number and include the following documents in your application:
- A letter of motivation, stating that you apply for project ESR5;
- An updated CV, including a short research summary;
- A copy of your MSc thesis or any other publication (if available);
- The transcripts of your MSc studies and a copy of your degree;
- At least two references, including names, affiliations and email addresses.
|Type of position||doctoral|
|Subject areas||Physical chemistry|
|Deadline||September 15, 2020|