Invited Chair in the field of Nanotechnology/Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials (Madeira Island, Portugal)

The University of Madeira/Santander-Totta Bank and Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology are launching a public international call for an Invited Chair (Full Professor) in the field of Nanotechnology/Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials.

Applications are invited for the following position:
Invited Chair in the field of Nanotechnology/Nanochemistry and Nanomaterials (4 years contract).
Salary: up to 40.000€ gross income and fringe benefits, supported by University of Madeira/Santander-Totta Bank, and the researcher must spend, at least, one semester in each year at University of Madeira/Centro de Química da Madeira.

Further information for applicants is available online at
The closing date for receipt of applications is February 15th, 2010.

The University of Madeira and Centro de Química da Madeira (CQM) is an equal opportunity employer and committed to selection based on merit.

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