Postdoc position in Physics (Luxembourg)

Postdoc position in Physics (M/F)

Deadline for application: February 2011, 15th

The University of Luxembourg has the following vacancy within the Laboratory of Physics of Advanced Materials (Physics and Materials Science Research Unit, Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication):

Postdoc (M/F) in Physics
• Reference: F1-040006
• 2-year fixed-term contract, renewable up to 5 years in total after positive evaluation, 40 hours/week, starting March 2011, 1st (or later).
• Employee status


Research area:
The successful candidate will mainly be involved in the analysis of structure and local properties in polymer-based nanomaterials. The experimental techniques which will be applied include Atomic Force Microscopy and other microscopic techniques like TEM and SEM.

Profile:
• PhD in experimental physics
• Solid background in polymer physics
• Expertise in Atomic Force Microscopy and other microscopic techniques
• Inquisitiveness, commitment and creativity, willingness to integrate into the existing team
• Good written and oral English skills are obligatory, working knowledge in German and/or French is an advantage

Offer:
• a well-equipped physics laboratory
• an exciting international environment
• a competitive remuneration

For further information, please contact Ass.-Prof. Dr Roland Sanctuary (roland.sanctuary@uni.lu).


Interested candidates are asked to send their full application (letter of motivation, detailed CV, copies of diploma, photo) to

Université du Luxembourg
Roland Sanctuary
Campus Limpertsberg
Bâtiment des Sciences 1.19
162a, avenue de la Faïencerie
L-1511 Luxembourg

The deadline for applications is Tuesday, February 2011, 15th

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer

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Comment by TINC on January 7, 2011 at 2:56pm

Dear Sheo,

 

we share only the news about this position please get in conteact with uni directly

 

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Comment by Sheo Kumar Mishra on January 7, 2011 at 2:50pm

Hello Sir I am applying the CV for the post doc fellowship, Plz consider it.

Thanks


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Comment by Basheer A. Al-Shammari on December 30, 2010 at 6:53pm
hello everone here

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Comment by Sheo Kumar Mishra on December 24, 2010 at 12:35pm
Plz give details to apply for postdoc......... I

Hi, This Sheo Kumar Mishra

My mail ID: sheokumarmishra@gmail.com. I am working in nanotech. and synthesis and characterization of nanophosphors for device application such as Photodetector, sensors etc. I can attach my publication as per requirments.

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