[Neutron] UM Macao Post-doctoral Fellowship
haifengli at umac.mo
Thu Aug 2 12:34:54 CEST 2018
UM Macao Post-doctoral Fellowship
The UM Macao Post-doctoral Fellowship (MPF), established by University of Macau (UM) under the UM Macao Talent Program, aims to attract high-calibre PhD graduates for faculties to sustain and strengthen their research capabilities and build up areas of expertise.
Exploiting and synthesizing new advanced poly- and single-crystalline materials with potential applicable macroscopic properties and exploring their intriguing properties with comprehensive in-house characterizations and modern neutron and X-ray scattering techniques at worldwide large neutron and synchrotron facilities.
We provide most advanced research and modern in-house facilities (such as PPMS DynaCool, Laser floating-zone furnace, Arc-melting furnace, High-pressure/vacuum furnace, SAXS, XRD, SEM, TEM, XPS, etc.), worldwide connections and first-class neutron and synchrotron sources, an international studying environment that will provide plenty of opportunities and cast a passport to a successful academic or industrial career.
(1) PhD graduates from reputable universities in the past 1-2 years (e.g. top 200 universities of recognized world university rankings or Project 985/211 universities in Mainland China), and
(2) Outstanding research achievements with proven publication records, patents, etc. in previous research experience.
Honorarium and duration:
(1) Monthly remuneration of MOP40,000 (about USD5000).
(2) Annual conference and research related trips allowance of MOP20,000.
(3) Contract period of 2 years.
(1) 1st batch: on or before May 31, every year.
(2) 2nd batch: on or before September 30, every year.
If you are interested in the UM Macao Post-doctoral Fellowship, please provide the necessary materials (e.g. copy of PhD certification, identity card/passport, detailed curriculum vitae and letter of reference/recommendation etc.) and contact us via e-mail to haifengli at umac.mo<mailto:haifengli at umac.mo>.
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