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A FAPESP postdoctoral fellowship is available to carry out research within the scope of the Thematic Project “Nonlinear Photonics: spectroscopy and advanced processing of materials”, based at the São Carlos Institute of Physics, whose responsible researcher is Prof. Cleber R. Mendonça. Postdoctoral research will focus on Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy.
– Doctorate in Physics (required)
– Experience with femtosecond pulse laser (mandatory)
– Experience with optical systems alignment (mandatory)
– Experience in optical spectroscopy (mandatory)
– English proficiency (required)
– Great academic performance and scientific production
Candidates must submit resume, letter of interest, two letters of recommendation, academic transcripts (masters and/or doctorate).
The position is open to Brazilians and foreigners. The selected candidate will receive a FAPESP Post-Doctoral Scholarship in the amount of R$ 7,373.10 per month and a Technical Reserve equivalent to 15% of the annual scholarship amount for expenses related to the research activity.
Students can apply for joining the AMASE Master Programme, which provides Erasmus Mundus scholarships for carrying out a two-year international Master in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering. The application for the intake 2021 is now open.
The Joint European Master Programme in Advanced Materials Science and Engineering (AMASE) is aimed at students who have already obtained their Bachelor in Materials Science, Materials Engineering or other related Engineering Sciences, as well as Physics, Chemistry or other Natural Sciences. The programme is carried out by:
- UdS – Universität des Saarlandes / Germany
- LTU – Luleå tekniska universitet / Sweden
- UL – Université de Lorraine / France
- UPC – Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya Barcelonatech /Spain
- MUL – Montanuniversität Leoben / Austria
- UPD – Università degli Studi di Padua / Italy
Within AMASE, students spend the first year at one of the partner universities and the third semester at a Second University. In the fourth (last) semester the student writes the Master’ thesis either at the Second or the Entrance University.
Through this exchange of cultures, the student gains vast advantages on the academic labour market, profits from personal growth and learns at least one new language. A particularity of the AMASE programme is that students have to study in two different languages by selecting the corresponding university (Spanish at UPC, French at UL, German at UdS and English at LTU, MUL and UPD). Language courses, as well as training in intercultural communication and complementary skills, are provided during the course.
Participation costs for the programme are 1.500 € per semester for EU-students and 4.500 € per semester for Non-EU students. Basic health and social insurance is included in the fees. To support students, the European Commission provides Erasmus Mundus Programme scholarships for especially gifted and motivated students. These scholarships consist of 1.000 € monthly allowance, a contribution for travel costs and installation (depending on the country of origin); and covering of participation costs.
Deadline for applying for Erasmus Mundus financial contribution is 15th of February 2021 (15th of January for students starting at LTU).
For more information please check our website www.amase-master.net or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in our programme, you can apply for the scholarships and the study place through: https://amasemaster.net/application/SubmitAbstract.php