Post-doc position: Transmission electron microscopist - Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart, Germany

Starting date: In January 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter, upon mutual agreement.

Description of the research project: The candidate will be involved in electron spectroscopy and imaging of advanced materials, with emphasis on in-situ techniques. The project is part of the European network ESTEEM2 .

Profile of the successful applicant: The successful candidate will have an excellent university degree with a PhD in the field of transmission electron microscopy, with hands-on experience in advanced electron microscope techniques including HREM, STEM, EELS, and EDX. Skill with in-situ techniques is particularly welcome. We expect profound understanding of solid-state physics and the capacity and interest in carrying out independent work while collaborating with a large interdisciplinary team of scientists.

Duration of the project: Until January 2017. The post is available for up to 2 years in the first instance, with the possibility of a further 2 years extension.

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Contact:

Prof. Dr. Peter A. van Aken
Email: vanaken@is.mpg.de
Website: http://www.is.mpg.de/StEM

(www.esteem2.eu)

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