18 December 2011

Tesis Doctoral + contrato

Universidad de Burgos / Parque Científico
 Contacto correo-e:adv.materials.nanobiotechnology@gmail.com
* People interested in developing a PhD research career with research lines involved in an international project EU+USA level.
* Possibility of direct funding at the initial stages through a research contract.

Lines of research:

•  Multiscale modeling of advanced Nano-structured materials for engineering. Super-Materials at limit conditions (extreme pressures and radiation conditions).
• Theoretical design of new advanced materials for Industry.
• Possibility of participation in a EU network of research and inside a trans-national consortium of Spanish experts in Materials and Nanotechnology.


- Graduate on Physics, Chemistry, or Engineering.
- MSc in Materials is a plus.
- Essential and of critical importance: Have a good academic record (> 2.0)

* Motivation and ability to work in a cross-field inside multidisciplinary teams.
* Feeling excite and enthusiastic to explore new fields.
* High degree of understanding
* Ability to communicate and work inside a team.
* Desirable a high level of programming. Used to work in Linux OS environments.
* MD simulation skills are a plus.
* Possibility to do short-medium term stays in foreign high-level research institutions.

You will work in a young but enthusiastic environment, now based in Burgos. I+D+I research center & Scientific Park.

Close collaboration with Univ. of Oviedo and IMDEA materials (Madrid). Permanent collaborations with International Institutions like: Los Alamos National Laboratory (USA), CNRS (France), the French “elite” University Ecole Normale Superieure - Lyon (France), the neutron reactor facility Institute Laue Langevin (ILL) – Grenoble (France) ...

Información complementaria de la oferta:
Información complementaria de la oferta:
Advanced Materials, Technology and Bio/Nanotechnology. University of Burgos. I+D+I Building. Plz. Misael Bañuelos, s/n, 09002 Burgos. SPAIN

Send your data & CV, before 10th January 2012 at:

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