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PostDoc Position in Oxide Thin Films for Solid State Energy Devices

Publish Date November 15th 2018
N.Ref. 31/2018

PostDoc Position in Oxide Thin Films for Solid State Energy Devices

The Group Leader of Nanoionics and Fuel Cells is seeking a postdoctoral-level researcher to work in a European Project (FET Proactive) devoted to the development of breakthrough concepts for energy harvesting and storage.

Description: We are interested in a PhD with experience in materials science, especially in thin films with mixed ionic electronic conduction. The role of the postdoc in the project will consist on the development and characterization of new materials for nanoionics and iontronics and their integration in microelectronics technology. Deep knowledge in Materials Science (especially thin films) and Electrochemistry is required.

Requirements: Professional who is highly skilled in planning and organizing. We look for people with capacity to work in a team, high flexibility and initiative and ability to innovate.
PhD in Materials Science/ Chemistry/ Physics/ Electrochemistry or similar is required. Experience in materials (especially thin film oxides), (photo) electrochemical characterization and micro-fabrication is desirable. Experience in PLD and ALD deposition techniques will be positively evaluated. Fluent English is mandatory.

We offer: One year postdoctoral contract with possibility of extension to four years more. Joining a team of highly qualified and motivated researchers working in the frontiers of knowledge in science and technology.
A salary commensurate with the characteristics of the candidate

Incorporation: The candidates should be available for starting before February 2019

Workplace: Barcelona (IREC facilities)

Applicants should send a detailed CV and a motivation letter to Albert Tarancón, Aquesta adreça electrònica s'està protegint contra robots de correu brossa, necessiteu que el JavaScript estigui habilitat per a mostrar-la . Please indicate the reference “HARVESTORE” in your mail.