31 August 2015

Job Opportunity: 3 Research Positions

Job Opportunity: 3 Research Positions

3 Open Research Positions – Transmission electron microscopy, Computational approaches to materials design, Nanoscale characterization of surfaces and interfaces

CICECO ( invites applications for three research positions, one per each of the following areas:
1) Nanoanalytical transmission electron microscopy and associated HAADF-STEM and EELS techniques
2) Computational approaches to materials design.
3) Nanoscale characterization of surfaces and interfaces.

The candidates must have a Ph.D. degree (obtained 3 or more years ago, in 1.9.2015) and relevant post-doctoral research experience in the above-mentioned areas. Applicants should have a good track of publication (at least 20 papers, h>10) in SCI journals, experience in supervising post-docs and/or post-graduate (e.g., Ph.D.) students, preferably experience as project PI, strong communication skills and the ability to pursue an independent research career in the scientific areas announced. They will be encouraged to collaborate with CICECO’s researchers.

Annual salary will be 3,192 Euro/month, 3601,03 Euro/month or 4664,97 Euro/month depending on the candidate’s experience and scientific excellence. Some support will be provided, including access to joint research and laboratory equipment.

We are committed to foster gender-equality in Science.

Call Deadline – September 29, 2015.

Applications should include CV, the names and contact details of two referees, certificates of academic degrees, copy of passport or identity card, and a research programme for 5 years (2-5 A4 pages, with objectives and reference to the novelty elements), and should be submitted by e-mail to


Job announcement posted at:

Diário de Notícias, edição de 18-08-2015


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