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  • From: Simon Alíz <a.simon AT>
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  • Subject: [Fizinfo] PhD ösztöndij Párizsban
  • Date: Fri, 14 Jun 2013 14:01:56 +0200 (CEST)
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Kedves Kollégák!

Dr I. C. Vickridge kérésére továbbitom ezt a felhivást. Szerintem ez egy
remek lehetőség.
Dr. Simon Aliz

EU funded doctoral fellowship
‘RBS and ion channelling of fragile thin films with a large area segmented
particle detector’

An EU funded doctoral fellowship, to study ‘RBS and ion channelling of
fragile thin films with a large area segmented particle detector’ is
available at the Institut des NanoSciences de Paris, to start in September or
October 2013.
The doctoral student will complete development of an all-numerical data
acquisition system for a 16-segment charged particle detector for Rutherford
Backscattering Analysis, in collaboration with CAEN SpA (Italy). This
detector provides big advantages for analysis of systems sensitive to ion
beam damage, such as semiconductor, polymer, biological or insulating single
crystals and epitaxial thin films. The operational system will be applied to
study of growth and properties of fragile thin film systems.

The position is funded by the SPRITE project
(, FP7 - Marie Curie Actions
– Initial Training Network), which associates 12 full, 7 associate and 1
private sector European partner. The project offers both host-specific and
network-wide training opportunities, including both laboratory and
complementary skills. Applicants with experience in ion beam analysis and/or
associated data acquisition techniques are particularly encouraged to apply.

During the course of the doctorate, the Fellow will follow three internships
of three months each, at Caen Spa (Italy), ETHZ (Switzerland) and the Surrey
Ion Beam Centre (UK).

Applicants must satisfy the Marie-Curie ‘Early Stage Researcher’ eligibility
criteria and so should have no more than 4 years research experience and
should not already have a PhD. Owing to EU “mobility” regulations,
applications cannot be considered from researchers who have resided or
carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of
his/her host organisation for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately
prior to his/her recruitment (Short stays, such as holidays, are not taken
into account). This post is Marie Curie funded for a fixed-term for 36 months.
Full details may be consulted on the Euraxess website, job ID 33858664.

Candidates are encouraged to contact Dr I. C. Vickridge :

  • [Fizinfo] PhD ösztöndij Párizsban, Simon Alíz, 06/14/2013

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