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Netherlands HFML International Fellowship 2015
The Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM) invites application for international fellowship available for postdoctoral candidates to establish their own intensive research programme at High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML). Fellows will be employed by the FOM Foundation for a fixed period of four years, accordingly followed by a possible permanent employment/for a permanent position. Salary will be up to a maximum of 4.439 euro gross per month, depending on applicant’s level of experience. The applications deadline is 31 December 2014.
Study Subject(s): Fellowships are awarded for research programme involving high magnetic fields and to perform cutting-edge experiments at the HFML. Research programme is based around three major research themes: Strongly Correlated Electron Systems; Semiconductors & Nanostructures and Soft Condensed Matter & Nanomaterials. Fellowship applications within any of these themes will be considered.
Course Level: Fellowships are available postdoctoral candidates to establish their own intensive research programme at HFML.
Scholarship Provider: Radboud University Nijmegen and the Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM)
Scholarship can be taken at: Netherlands
Eligibility: As a candidate, you are expected to demonstrate a strong scientific background, typically manifest in an excellent PhD and postdoctoral performance with publications in renowned journals combined with the vision and motivation to deliver world-leading research.
Scholarship Open for International Students: Foreign and Dutch applicants can apply for these fellowships.
Scholarship Description: The HFML International Fellowship scheme has been set up to offer excellent, highly-motivated post-doctoral candidates the opportunity to establish their own intensive research programme involving high magnetic fields and to perform cutting-edge experiments at the HFML for a period of four years. Two notable features of the Fellowship programme is that each Fellow will be offered a PhD student during their four-year appointment as well an additional four years of funding beyond the term of the Fellowship (provided that he/she has secured a tenure-track position elsewhere) to enable the Fellow and his or her group members to return to the HFML to carry out further high-field experiments.
Number of award(s): Not Known
Duration of Award(s): Fellows will be employed by the FOM Foundation for a fixed period of four years, accordingly followed by a possible permanent employment/for a permanent position.
What does it cover? Fellowships include an excellent employment package, the necessary funding to cover travel expenses, day-to-day consumables and publication charges. Salary will be up to a maximum of 4.439 euro gross per month, depending on your level of experience.
Selection Criteria: Not Known
Notification: Short-listed candidates will be invited for an interview.
How to Apply: Please use the online form for applications. Please quote vacancy number 62.80.14. The following documents should be included:
-a cover letter outlining your eligibility for the Fellowship scheme;
-a curriculum vitae (one page);
-a full publication list;
-a statement of research interests (one page);
-an outline of your research programme (maximum four pages).
Please include in your curriculum vitae the names of three independent referees (i.e. those with whom you have not published, but who know you and your work).
Scholarship Application Deadline: The applications deadline is 31 December 2014.
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