The successful candidate should have a PhD degree (or equivalent) in physics or micro/nanotechnology and have extensive experience in working with high-resolution electron microscopy. Priority will be given to applicants with documented experience in aberration correction, sample preparation and graphene. You should furthermore be highly motivated, hardworking and easy to work with, ambitious, and have a high scientific standard. The candidate will work in a part of large European Integrated Project in the FP7, featuring a number of leading academic and industrial partners, and aiming to make large scale graphene and applications thereof a practical reality, as well as in a large national basic research center focused on graphene nanoengineering.
Scholarship Deadline: By 9 January 2012
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