Professor Fernando Flores, emeritus professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and distinguished researcher of IFIMAC, has recently made a donation of 100 kEuros to IFIMAC to fund a new project. The aim of this project is to develop a Ballistic Electron Emission Microscopy numerical code able to deal with Spintronics structures. An intense collaboration with both the group of Prof. Antonio Tejeda at the CNRS/Paris Sud University and the experimental group led by Prof. Pascal Turban at CNRS/Université de Rennes is foreseen.
This grant will cover the salary of a senior postdoc position for two years plus additional support for travel and scientific visits. The deadline for applications ends on February 15th.
- Net salary: 33.000 euros per year.
- Two years contract.
- Additional support for travel and scientific visits.
- To have a postdoc experience of at least 4 years.
- Experience in developing numerical codes for “ab-initio” studies in Condensed Matter Physics.
- Experience in theoretical simulation of Scanning Tunnelling microscopies.
DEADLINE: February 15th.
Interested candidates are invited to send the Curriculum Vitae by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We gratefully acknowledge Prof. Fernando Flores for this first private donation to IFIMAC.