Post doc position on Nanostructured Materials for integration in nanodevices

Post doc position on nanostructured materials for integration in nanodevices and biosensors


1 Research Position in Nanomatereals Science open in the Fall of 2008 at Physics Centre of the University of Minho (Braga and Guimarães,

These positions correspond to the Assistant Research Professor level
and are for 5 years.

A PhD in Physics or related fields and at least 3 years of Post-Doctorate experience are required. Please see below for details.

Job/Fellowship Reference: C2008-UMINHO-CF-01

Main research field: Physics
Sub research field: Applied physics
Job summary: We are looking for a researcher with expertise and experience in the development of nanostructured materials for integration in nanodevices and biosensors that are being developed
within nanotechnology projects in progress at our research centre.
These projects aim at producing innovative nanodevices to be used for medical diagnostics and in the fields of food and environmental

The contractual conditions are in accordance with the Programa Ciência 2008 funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). These include a base salary equivalent to índice
195 of the Portuguese research career, €3.101,87 per month (x14 months), corresponding to the Assistant Research Professor level.

By normal mail to Centro de Física, Universidade do Minho, Campus de Gualtar, 4710-057 Braga, Portugal,
or by e-mail to,
providing the following:

Identification of the candidate
Curriculum Vitae
Statement of research interests and plans
Letters of reference


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