Materials Physics Center (CFM, CSIC-UPV/EHU) in Donostia-San Sebastián, (the Basque Country, Spain) is currently seeking for bright, highly motivated PhD candidates who are willing to work in an intellectually stimulating environment to develop cutting-edge training and research on Materials Science, exploring physical and chemical properties of advanced materials, nanostructures and nanodevices, either theoretically or experimentally. They will have access to the most advanced techniques in the field and develop industry-transferable skills.
25 applicants will be shortlisted and invited for a 2-days visit to CFM in May, with their travel and accommodation expenses fully covered. Personal interviews will be held and the candidates will have the opportunity to discuss the research projects.
From the interviews, 7 candidates will be selected and granted full studentships.
CFM is focused in the following research areas:
See the document with the official call for specific research projects.
CFM’s headquarters are located in Donostia-San Sebastián, a vibrant city on the northern coast of Spain, featuring an intense cultural life (including international cinema and jazz festivals) and an extraordinary natural landscape. Donostia is a unique place to conduct excellence research, as it concentrates several world-leading research centers, such as the CFM, the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC), the CIC Nanogune or the CIC Biomagune, among others. The successful candidates will benefit from an environment that fosters the cross-fertilization of ideas between different research topics.
The candidates are required to hold a Master degree granted before the end of 2019. This call is addressed to students from all countries, but the candidates should have excellent communication skills in English. Particular attention will be paid to candidates to ensure gender and diversity balance.
Read carefully about the job offer here.
The following documentation is required for applying:
The deadline for the application is 2nd April 2019, at 17:00 Central European Time (CET).