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At 4:45pm on July 17, 2009,
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Eva Kovacevic
said…
Hi Dennis,
I am under pressure now and "on the road", so first jsut briefly:
try this site: http://www.univ-orleans.fr/gremi/
for more informations on the open positions. I think your profile fits well with the laser-plasma group! And there are some open positions. But, I must tell you one thing- for a PhD in France life is much, much, much easier if you speak French... At least a litle bit.
Till next time
kindest regards
eva
PS I will try to see what do we have now, but send me on e-mail more info or CV...
At 6:21am on March 3, 2009,
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Preeti Prakash
said…
Hi Dennis,

Thanks for the invitation. For your project details, kindly send an email at careers@nanoshel.com.
At 10:10am on February 11, 2009,
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Natalya
said…
it is would be nice! The IPF is very interesting institute, and as I see from your background, I guess the best ways would be if you will connected with Prof. B.Voit. In her group you will find a lot of interesting works correlated with you knowledge. Good Luck!
At 11:03am on December 17, 2008,
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Georgette
said…
Dear Dennis,
I think the best thing you should do is to surf around at our university site: www.utwente.nl
Best regards,
Georgette
At 2:20am on December 15, 2008,
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Michal J. WOZNIAK
said…
Dear Dennis
sorry I was thinking you are alredy PhD.
In such a case, you have to be on PhD course in one of Japanese university, see details here
http://www.nims.go.jp/eng/cooperate/graduate_schools.html
or your Indian university need to has written agreement with NIMS, for the list take a look here
http://www.nims.go.jp/eng/cooperate/joint_graduate.html

Best Regards
Michal
At 1:46am on December 11, 2008,
Full member
Michal J. WOZNIAK
said…
Dear Dennis

I am a postdoc at NIMS. If you want get position here you have to start application procedure.
Every available position you can found on this website
http://www.nims.go.jp/eng/employment/unit_staff.html
or center websites
http://www.nims.go.jp/icysimat/recruitment.html
http://www.nims.go.jp/mana/recruitment/index.html
The most important are publications.
You should sent email for address given on this websites.

I have done similar way few years ago.
Good luck
Michal
At 9:32pm on December 9, 2008,
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