We are currently accepting applications for the above mentioned position. This is a unique opportunity for junior researchers with a recent PhD degree in Physics or related fields to join one of DIPC’s high-profile research teams.
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to apply and develop analytical and numerical methods to describe the dynamics of interacting electron and nuclear spins in graphene-based nanostructures. The envisioned theoretical work aims to determine and analyze the effect spin-systems that can be realized in these structures. On the one hand, characterizing the spin Hamiltonians that can be realized in these structures and on the other how it can be modified, e.g., by ESR and NMR driving) to enlarge the range realizable spin systems. This includes studying the coherent exchange of quantum information between electron and nuclear spins and the effective nuclear-spin dynamics induced by exchange-coupled electron spins.
The position needs to be filled before July 1st. Given this tight schedule, only EU nationals or applicants with a valid working permit for Spain will be considered.
Contract duration: 1 year (possibility to extend up to 2 years)
Estimated annual gross salary: Salary is commensurate with qualifications and consistent with our pay scales
Target start date: 01/07/2023
We provide a highly stimulating research environment, and unique professional career development opportunities.
We offer and promote a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applicants regardless of age, disability, gender, nationality, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity.
DIPC is a research center whose mission is to perform and catalyze cutting-edge research in physics and related disciplines, as well as to convey scientific culture to society. Located in Donostia / San Sebastian (Basque Country, Spain), DIPC was born from a strategic alliance of both public institutions and private companies. Since 2008 DIPC is a 'Basque Excellence Research Center' (BERC) recognized by the Basque Government's Department of Education. In 2019, DIPC was also recognized as a "Severo Ochoa" Excellence Center by the Spanish Research Agency.
The work will be carried out in the groups of T. Frederiksen and G. Giedke at the Donostia International Physics Center (DIPC).
Interested candidates should submit an updated CV and a brief statement of interest to the following application email below.
Reference letters are welcome but not indispensable.
The reference of the specific opening to which the candidate is applying should be stated in the subject line, and the application must be received before the application deadline.
Although candidates are welcome to contact the project supervisors to know further details about the proposed research activity, please be aware that the application will be evaluated only if it is submitted directly to the email address listed below as application email.
Application deadline: 12/06/2023
Application email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications received by the deadline will be evaluated by a Committee designed by the DIPC board on the basis of the following criteria:
CV of the candidate (40%)
Adequacy of the candidate’s scientific background to the project (40%)
Reference letters (10%)
Other: Diversity in gender, race, nationality, etc. (10%)
Evaluation results will be communicated to the candidates soon after. Positions will only be filled if qualified candidates are found.
The DIPC may revoke its decision if the candidate fails to join by the appointed time, in which case the position will be awarded to the candidate with the next highest score, provided it is above 50 (out of 100).
However, the selected candidate may keep the position if, in the opinion of the Selection Committee, the candidate duly justifies the reasons why he or she cannot join before the specified deadline, and as long as the project allows it.
This project has been supported by MCIN with funding from European Union NextGenerationEU (PRTR-C17.I1)