THREE POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR GLASS RESEARCH AT CeRTEV, São Carlos, Brazil
Applications for postdoctoral fellowships are invited for conducting fundamental research at the Center for Research, Technology and Education in Vitreous Materials (CeRTEV) in São Carlos, Brazil; http://www.certev.ufscar.br. The period of the fellowship is two years, starting in April-June 2019, renewable for two additional years upon mutual consent.
CeRTEV is an 11-year (started in 2013) joint effort of the Federal University at São Carlos (UFSCar), the University of São Paulo (USP) and the State University of São Paulo (UNESP), to research the area of Functional Glasses and Glass-Ceramics.
The postdoctoral research will be focused on fundamental investigations by Molecular Dynamics (MD) Simulations, NMR and in-situ, high-temperature Raman Spectroscopy of structural links to kinetic processes (diffusion, viscous flow, relaxation, phase separation, crystallization) in supercooled liquids of interest to glass and glass-ceramic science. The researcher is expected to conduct the post-doc activities in one of the joint CeRTEV laboratories and supervised by one of our Principal Investigators in close collaboration with the other CeRTEV researchers and students.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science or Engineering, previous experience with computer simulations, or Raman spectroscopy or NMR, and have a genuine interest in conducting interdisciplinary research in an international environment. Previous experience in glass science, solid state physics or chemistry is advantageous. The language requirements are English, Spanish or Portuguese. The monthly fellowships (non-taxable) include ca. R$ 7.300,-plus 15% professional expenses (e.g., for travel). Our post-docs from Canada, Russia, Iran, India, Colombia, Pakistan and Brazil typically spend from R$2000 to R$2500/month for comfortable living stile. Travel expenses from and to their home countries will also be covered.
Center for Research, Technology and Education in Vitreous Materials
Department of Materials Engineering
Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil