PhD candidates - Assistant Research (PL form “Asystent”) | NOMATEN2020.10.15 15:40 - Anna Sawińska
PhD candidates - Assistant Research (PL form “Asystent”)
Advanced Multifunctional Materials Science
NOMATEN Center of Excellence
National Nuclear Research Center (NCBJ),
NOMATEN Center of Excellence is formed through a partnership between NCBJ (Poland), CEA (France) and VTT (Finland) with joint financial support from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) and the European Commission. It is currently composed of 4 Research Groups and is directed by Mikko Alava. NOMATEN focuses on the characterization, analysis and development of advanced multifunctional materials, specifically those designed to work in extreme conditions, with primary examples being radiation, high temperature and corrosion.
Read more about NOMATEN development at http://nomaten.ncbj.gov.pl
Multiple positions exist on the PhD student levels in all NOMATEN Research Groups conducting research in the field of:
Functional Materials Complexity: mechanical properties (yielding, time-dependent fracture) to the role and understanding of the microstructure in determining such properties. We also work on Machine Learning approaches in complex materials. Key words of importance are metal alloys, and High-Entropy Alloys in particular.
Preferred background: Statistical mechanics, computational simulations, machine learning.
Contact person: Stefanos Papanikolaou (email@example.com)
Corrosion and Characterisation: in-situ study of phenomena between surface of functional materials and environment, including but not limited to aqueous solutions. Key challenges are: elevated temperature, varying temperature duty cycles, radiation and magnetic fields. The research methodology combines electrochemistry, high resolution microscopy, mass spectrometry and ion beam analysis of surface.
Preferred background: Experimental experience in chemical/materials engineering or physics.
Contact person: Mikko Alava (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Structure and Function: The Functional Properties group is studying impact of radiation damage on the mechanical and structural properties. Specific topics covering materials devoted to Gen. III+ and IV nuclear reactors like: stainless steels, ODS and HEAs, Al2O3 coatings, zirconium and nickel alloys will be proposed. Experiments will be conducted on ion damaged materials and at their working temperatures by using specific techniques like: nanoindentation, X-ray diffraction, tensile tests and Raman spectroscopy. Structural properties are determined by means of SEM/FIB/EBSD/EDS and TEM.
Preferred background: Materials science, materials engineering, nuclear engineering, mechanics.
Contact person: Lukasz Kurpaska (email@example.com).
Materials Informatics and Characterization: Emulating the behaviour and performance of materials in mechanical loading applications, through the use of multiscale material simulations, machine learning methods and material characterization techniques. Methods of interest: Ab-Initio Density Functional Theory (DFT), Molecular Dynamics (MD), Discrete Dislocation Dynamics (DDD), and Continuum phenomenological Plasticity and Damage (CPD) modeling.
Preferred background: Multiscale modeling, mechanical characterization, applied physics/math.
Contact person: Stefanos Papanikolaou (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our ambition is to build a team composed of world-leading researchers and young, highly motivated people who are passionate about multifunctional materials science. During their employment, the PhD candidates will be required to timely fulfil all the obligations connected with the process of obtaining the Doctoral degree in the chosen scientific disciplines (such as evaluation, passing exams, participating in lectures and other activities).
National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ), ul.Andrzeja Sołtana 7, 05-400 Otwock, Poland (Suburb of Warsaw, efficient and free daily bus transport service provided). .
7,000 per month (at current exchange rate 1,650 € per month); the details in each case depend on qualifications and experience, and the compensation is composed of the base salary and seniority addition, project bonus).
Read more about contributions in Poland at https://www.ncbj.gov.pl/en/hrcareer/contributions-poland.
- Work in international networks with research institutes and industrial companies.
- Access to the research potential of NOMATEN’s three partners between NCBJ (Poland), CEA (France) and VTT (Finland).
- Some of the positions are for joint collaborative research with NOMATEN partners CEA (France) and VTT (Finland) and thus include extensive visits to the collaborating institution.
- Travel funds for participation in conferences and collaboration, attractive working conditions, atmosphere of teamwork, family-friendly environment with flexible working hours. support of an experienced local team in legal, financial and organisational issues as well as logistic support and advice related to working in Poland - enabling smooth relocation and equal opportunities. .
- cover letter that explains the motivating factors for considering the position (max. 1 pp)
- CV with complete publication list
- brief description of important scientific achievements and scientific outlook (max. 2 pp)
- a list of 2 reference persons including their positions and contact details (e-mail address).
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Application deadline: December 14th, 2020
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The National Centre for Nuclear Research is awarded by “HR Excellence in Research”. Recruitment in NOMATEN is based on OTM-R system (Open, Transparent and Merit-based recruitment practices in Research Performing Organisations). Candidates may be asked to provide additional documents. In the selection process, short-listed candidates will be interviewed in person or remotely
Position expected to start on: March 1th, 2021
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