I am under pressure now and "on the road", so first jsut briefly:
try this site: http://www.univ-orleans.fr/gremi/
for more informations on the open positions. I think your profile fits well with the laser-plasma group! And there are some open positions. But, I must tell you one thing- for a PhD in France life is much, much, much easier if you speak French... At least a litle bit.
Till next time
PS I will try to see what do we have now, but send me on e-mail more info or CV...
it is would be nice! The IPF is very interesting institute, and as I see from your background, I guess the best ways would be if you will connected with Prof. B.Voit. In her group you will find a lot of interesting works correlated with you knowledge. Good Luck!
sorry I was thinking you are alredy PhD.
In such a case, you have to be on PhD course in one of Japanese university, see details here
or your Indian university need to has written agreement with NIMS, for the list take a look here
I am a postdoc at NIMS. If you want get position here you have to start application procedure.
Every available position you can found on this website
or center websites
The most important are publications.
You should sent email for address given on this websites.
I have done similar way few years ago.
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