The CEA-Leti is a preeminent European Research Center in the areas of information technologies, energy and micro and nanotechnologies for biology and health. In order to sustain its new Carnot Research Program, CEA-Leti invites applications for an 18-month postdoctoral fellowship in Correlative X-ray and Ion Beam Nano-Tomography for 3D Microelectronics and Energy applications. The postdoctoral fellow will benefit from an international research environment, interdisciplinary training with renowned scientists and state of the art facilities (characterization platform, technology design and development, analysis, computing…). Excellent young scientists strongly motivated by working at the forefront of research and technology are encouraged to apply.
The applicants should hold a PhD in physics, chemistry or engineering, related to nano-characterization and acquired in first class universities or research institutes. The working language is English and knowledge of the French language is not necessary.
Applicants should send their curriculum vitae with a statement of their interest and relevant previous experience by email to firstname.lastname@example.org . The position will remain open until it is filled by the appropriate candidate. Applicants will be selected in a competitive process.
Bright candidates with a strong qualification and experience could be eligible to the CEA Enhanced Eurotalents program funded by the European Commission and operated by CEA to promote and to support the mobility of scientists.