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Marie Curie PhD Position - Research Scientist

Marko Spasenovic graphene phd research scientist

Graphenea, leader in graphene production, is currently looking for a talented

Research Scientist

(Chemist / Physicist / Materials Scientist)

Graphenea, which is based in San Sebastian, Basque Country (Spain), has been created with the mission of developing graphene-based process and product technology, as well as conducting related research activities.

The position holder, working closely with Graphenea’s scientific director and the research team, will conduct research activities related to graphene and 2D materials synthesis and graphene-based technologies.

The position requires a Degree in Chemistry and/or Materials Science. Candidates should have experience in the preparation and characterisation of graphene or related carbon based materials. Organic chemistry knowledge and particle/platelet synthesis experience will be taken into consideration. Previous research experience in an industrial environment will also be valued. Proficiency in spoken and written English is compulsory.

The recruited researcher will work in a project funded by the European H2020 Framework program, Marie Curie Innovative Training Networks Program in a project called Ultimate: Bottom-Up generation of atomicalLy precise syntheTIc 2D MATerials for high performance in energy and Electronic applications – A multi-site innovative training action.

This project involves a close collaboration with leading academics and industrial partners across Europe. Note that standard Marie Curie mobility rules apply (researcher must not have resided in Spain for more than 12 months in the last 3 years). The recruited researcher should have less than 4 years research experience after completing his/her degree. The contract should start no later than the 1st of Dec 2019 and will last for 3 years.

Send C.V., cover letter and a list of at least three references to: itn@graphenea.com

 

 


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  • Marko Spasenovic on

    The position requires a Masters degree. The position will involve work towards obtaining a PhD. You can find more info on Marie Curie ITN on the official webpage of Horizon 2020:
    https://ec.europa.eu/info/funding-tenders/opportunities/portal/screen/opportunities/topic-details/msca-itn-2019

  • Amit PAWBAKE on

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    This position is for PhD or needs a PhD candidate?

    Because for me its confusing “Marie Curie PhD Position – Research Scientist” in the title it’s mentioned that PhD position and Reseach scientist. and also in details “The position requires a Degree in Chemistry and/or Materials Science” so you mean Degree is Masters or PhD?

    Thank you,
    Amit.


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