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Postdoc position in driven quantum many-body systems of solids

Uppsala University, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our mission is to pursue top-quality research and education and to interact constructively with society. Our most important assets are all the individuals whose curiosity and dedication make Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting workplaces. Uppsala University has 46.000 students, 7.300 employees and a turnover of SEK 7.3 billion.

The research conducted at the Department of Physics and Astronomy encompasses a wide range of physics topics, distributed over ten divisions. The department is located in the Ångström laboratory and employs nearly 400 people, 125 of whom are doctoral students. It offers a broad physics curriculum to undergraduate and graduate students, participation in nationally and internationally leading projects for researchers, and opportunities for partnership with industry and various outreach activities.

Uppsala University hereby declares the following position to be open for application: Postdoc position in driven quantum many-body systems of solids. Starting date: June 2020. Research area: Materials Theory.

The Division of Materials Theory is known to have a world-class research environment in solid state theory, including both numerical and analytical models. The research is focused on spectroscopy, electronic structures, magnetism, topological phases of matter, correlated phenomena and green energy solutions.

The postdocs will work in a research environment funded by an ERC synergy grant, with focus on driven quantum many-body systems applied to solids. The postdoc is expected to work in a research team around Prof. O.Eriksson, Uppsala University, Alexander Lichtenstein at Hamburg University and Prof. Mikhail Katsnelson, Nijmegen University. The research involves extensions of multi-configuration electronic structure methods, such as Dynamical Mean Field Theory, for calculations of correlated electronic structures in out-of equilibrium situations. The work involved is both analytical, mathematics as well as numerical.

The applicant is expected to have a PhD degree in Physics, with a good background in solid-state physics and theory in general. The application should include a statement of research interest, CV, certificates of exams, degrees and grades, a copy of the PhD thesis, or equivalent, published articles and other relevant materials, if available. Also, letter(s) of recommendation can be included. The PhD degree must have been obtained no more than three years prior to the application deadline. The three year period can be extended due to circumstances such as sick leave, parental leave, duties in labour unions, etc. 

Salary: Individual salary.

Starting date: 01-06-2020 or as otherwise agreed.

Type of employment: Temporary position according to central collective agreement.

Scope of employment: 100 %

For further information about the position please contact: Olle Eriksson, tel: +46-(0)18-4713625, email: olle.eriksson@fysik.uu.se.

Please submit your application by 15 May 2020, UFV-PA 2020/1154.

Are you considering moving to Sweden to work at Uppsala University? If so, you will find a lot of information about working and living in Sweden at www.uu.se/joinus. You are also welcome to contact International Faculty and Staff Services at ifss@uadm.uu.se.

Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services.

Submit your application through Uppsala University´s recruitment system.

Type of employmentTemporary position longer than 6 months
Contract typeFull time
First day of employment20200601
SalaryFixed salary
Number of positions1
Working hours100%
CityUppsala
CountyUppsala län
CountrySweden
Reference numberUFV-PA 2020/1154
Union representative Seko Universitetsklubben, seko@uadm.uu.seST/TCO, tco@fackorg.uu.seSaco-rådet, saco@uadm.uu.se
Last application date15.May.2020 11:59 PM CET

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Ph.D. position in experimental nanoelectronics and spintronics

Uppsala University, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our mission is to pursue top-quality research and education and to interact constructively with society. Our most important assets are all the individuals whose curiosity and dedication make Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting workplaces. Uppsala University has 46.000 students, 7.300 employees and a turnover of SEK 7.3 billion.

Institutionen för fysik och astronomi är en av Uppsala universitets största med närmare 400 anställda, varav ca 125 doktorander. Institutionen bedriver forskning och utbildning i världsklass inom såväl teoretisk som experimentell fysik och har en omfattande samverkan med omvärlden. Forskningen genomförs vid 10 forskningsavdelningar och berör allt från det ofattbart lilla till det stora inom till exempel energiförsörjning, klimatutveckling, nya material och universum. Hela detta spektrum avspeglar sig också i institutionens kurser och utbildningsprogram. Runt 2 500 studenter läser varje år kurser på grund- och avancerad nivå vid institutionen. Läs mer på www.physics.uu.se

Research group: In the Nanodevice Physics group, we explore charge and spin transport phenomena in quantum materials and devices. We build novel graphene circuits to uncover spin relaxation physics and new device architectures for demonstrating new spin functionalities for next generation energy-efficient spin memory and logic applications. Beyond graphene, we explore 2D semiconductors such as dichalcogenides (MoS2 and MoSe2) and black phosphorus, 2D insulators (hexagonal boron nitride), layered topological insulators (Bi2Se3), the newly discovered 2D magnetic systems (such as Cr2Ge2Te6), all of which provide new opportunities for investigations. Apart from individual crystals, we assemble 2D materials with contrasting properties to prepare special laminates that show improved properties for spin transport with enhanced mobility. In addition to transport-based investigations, we study these systems through complementary experimental techniques such as magneto-optic effects, X-ray probes, and computational methods. Our overall goal is to go beyond state-of-the-art to report new physics and device structures for enhanced performance, and realize novel sensing and energy related applications.

More information on the research group’s profile is available in the website:https://www.physics.uu.se/research/molcond/ongoingresearch/functional-materials/spin-transport/

Research project and work duties: Electrons possess a magnetic property called ‘spin’ that can be Up or Down. Spin-polarized electrons or spins form the basis for spintronics that enabled ultrahigh-density magnetic memory storage and precision sensing, thereby revolutionizing the information technology age. Over the past decade, the advent of two-dimensional materials brought a fresh stimulus for spintronics. This project aims to use the spin of electrons to realize efficient spin devices using two-dimensional materials. The project involves advanced nanofabrication in state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities at Ångström Laboratory, and precision measurements utilizing a number of sophisticated techniques to characterize the devices and 2D material heterostructures. 

The main duties of doctoral students are to devote themselves to their research duties, which include participating in research projects and third cycle courses. The work duties can also include teaching and other departmental duties (no more than 20%). The doctoral student position is a 4-year appointment, and the candidate will primarily devote the time to his/her own research studies. Extension, up to a maximum of five years, is possible by involving departmental duties at a level of at most 20%, typically teaching.

Qualifications: We are looking for a creative and highly motivated candidate, who, at the agreed start date, will have completed an undergraduate degree at Master’s level or equivalent in Physics, with specialization in one of the subjects such as solid-state physics, condensed matter physics, materials science, or in another appropriate discipline. Earlier experience in graphene and 2D materials and nanodevices, flexible electronics and cleanroom experience will be considered an advantage.

Additional requirements: We give great importance to personal qualifications of the candidates. The selected candidate will receive training in advanced nanofabrication and measurements, and get an opportunity to work in a team with expertise in devices, instrumentation, and necessary measurements. We are looking for a pro-active person with great ability to learn to work independently as well as with coworkers, while working in a team. It is important that the candidate has enthusiasm for a doctoral programme and possess a strong internal motivation for success of the research. The research requires that the candidate needs to be committed and display strong analytical and problem-solving skills to accomplish the experimental objectives in a timely manner. The candidate must have a good knowledge of English, both oral and in writing, and, in general, good communication skills.

Instructions for application: Your application should include the following:

  1. A letter about yourself, your research interests, why you want to pursue a Ph.D., and why you are a suitable person for the research project described
  2. Your curriculum vitae
  3. A copy of your Master diploma and complete list of your course grades
  4. Name and contact details (address, email address, and phone number) of at least two (ideally three) references.
  5. A list of relevant publications (including master thesis)

The application should be written in English.

Rules governing PhD students are set out in the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5, §§ 1-7 and in Uppsala University’s rules and guidelines http://regler.uu.se/?languageId=1.

Salary: According to local agreement for PhD students.

Starting date: 01-09-2020 or as otherwise agreed.

Type of employment: Temporary position according to the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5 § 7.

Scope of employment: 100 %

For further information about the position please contact: Venkata Kamalakar Mutta, 0728731687, venkata.mutta@physics.uu.se. 

Please submit your application by 15 May 2020, UFV-PA 2020/1168.

Are you considering moving to Sweden to work at Uppsala University? If so, you will find a lot of information about working and living in Sweden at www.uu.se/joinus. You are also welcome to contact International Faculty and Staff Services at ifss@uadm.uu.se.

Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services.

Submit your application through Uppsala University´s recruitment system.

Type of employmentTemporary position longer than 6 months
Contract typeFull time
First day of employment20200901
SalaryFixed salary
Number of positions1
Working hours100 %
CityUppsala
CountyUppsala län
CountrySweden
Reference numberUFV-PA 2020/1168
Union representative Seko Universitetsklubben, seko@uadm.uu.seST/TCO, tco@fackorg.uu.seSaco-rådet, saco@uadm.uu.se
Last application date15.May.2020 11:59 PM CET

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PhD student position in electromobility

Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our mission is to pursue top-quality research and education and to interact constructively with society. Our most important assets are all the individuals whose curiosity and dedication make Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting workplaces. Uppsala University has 44.000 students, 7.100 employees and a turnover of SEK 7 billion.

We are looking for a PhD student who wants to contribute to the transition to a sustainable transport system. The position is at the division of Electricity, department of Electrical Engineering, at the Ångström laboratory.

Project description: The energy transition in Sweden causes a large change for the transport sector as transports become more and more electrified. This PhD project aims at developing new environmentally friendly electric motors and thus contribute to the electrification of the transport sector. The majority of electric motors used for electromobility have permanent magnets with rare earth metals. This research project aims at designing electric motors without rare earth metals for electromobility with a special focus on Scania’s applications in heavy transport such as buses and trucks. Different types of electric motors will be designed and evaluated. Both electromagnetic and mechanical design will be studied.

Swedish Electromobility Centre ” http://emobilitycentre.se/ ” is a national Centre of Excellence for e-mobility with partners from Swedish universities and Swedish industries. This research project will be performed in close collaboration with Scania CV AB in the framework of the Swedish Electromobility Centre, meaning that the PhD student will belong to a PhD student network with regular meetings, summer schools etc. The research group at Uppsala University has a long experience of research on different types of electrical machines as well as a large laboratory.

Duties: The work will mainly be carried out by FEM-based multiphysics simulations, but also includes design and construction of a prototype motor as well as experiments. The main duties of doctoral students are to devote themselves to their research studies which include participating in research projects and third cycle courses. The work duties can also include teaching and other departmental duties (no more than 20%).

Admission requirements: A person meets the general admission requirements for third-cycle courses and study programs if he or she:

  • has been awarded a second-cycle qualification, or
  • has satisfied the requirements for courses comprising at least 240 credits of which at least 60 credits were awarded in the second cycle, or
  • has acquired substantially equivalent knowledge in some other way in Sweden or abroad.

Requirements:

  • Degree or equivalent as above in electrical engineering, engineering physics, energy systems or similar.
  • Very good oral and written proficiency in English.
  • A strong motivation and ability to work individually is a merit.
  • Experience from FEM-based simulations in for example Comsol or Ansys Maxwell is a merit. It is also a merit with knowledge of electrical machines as well as experimental experience.

Application: Please use the link below. You should include a brief description of your research interests and relevant experience, a CV, copies of diplomas and certificates, thesis (or a draft thereof) and other relevant documents. You are encouraged to provide letter(s) of recommendation and contact information to reference persons.

Rules governing PhD students are set out in the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5, §§ 1-7 and in Uppsala University’s rules and guidelines http://regler.uu.se/?languageId=1.

Salary: According to local agreement for PhD students.

Starting date: As otherwise agreed.

Type of employment: Temporary position according to the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5 § 7.

Scope of employment: 100 %

For further information about the position please contact: Sandra Eriksson, 018-4715823, sandra.eriksson@angstrom.uu.se 

Please submit your application by April 6th 2020, UFV-PA 2020/817.

Are you considering moving to Sweden to work at Uppsala University? If so, you will find a lot of information about working and living in Sweden at www.uu.se/joinus. You are also welcome to contact International Faculty and Staff Services at ifss@uadm.uu.se.

Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services.

Submit your application through Uppsala University´s recruitment system.

Placement: Institutionen för elektroteknik

Type of employment: Full time , Temporary position longer than 6 months

Pay: Fixed salary

Number of positions: 1

Working hours: 100 %

Town: Uppsala

County: Uppsala län

Country: Sweden

Union representative: Seko Universitetsklubben seko@uadm.uu.se
ST/TCO tco@fackorg.uu.se
Saco-rådet saco@uadm.uu.se

Number of reference: UFV-PA 2020/817

Last application date: 2020-04-06

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1–2 Bioinformaticians with focus on Data Stewardship

Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our mission is to pursue top-quality research and education and to interact constructively with society. Our most important assets are all the individuals whose curiosity and dedication make Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting workplaces. Uppsala University has 44.000 students, 7.100 employees and a turnover of SEK 7 billion.

The department of Cell and Molecular Biology (ICM) is one of the most internationally diverse, scientifically broad, and eminent departments of biomolecular sciences in Europe. The research at ICM is divided into six main areas, covering everything from cell biology to molecular biophysics. You will be employed by ICM and you will at the same time be tied to the National Bioinformatics Infrastructure Sweden (NBIS) and Science for Life Laboratory (SciLifeLab).

SciLifeLab is a national centre for molecular biosciences focusing on health and environmental research. The centre combines leading expertise with advanced knowledge in translational medicine and molecular biosciences. The goal of SciLifeLab also includes building a strong research community around itself through education and collaboration. SciLifeLab is a national resource run by Karolinska Institutet (KI), Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH), Stockholm University and Uppsala University. SciLifeLab was founded in 2010 and currently has more than 400 employees at the various facilities and about 150 research groups. See http://www.scilifelab.se/ for further information.

NBIS is a distributed national research infrastructure with funding from Vetenskapsrådet (the Swedish Research Council), Knut & Alice Wallenberg Foundation, SciLifeLab and Swedish universities. The purpose of NBIS is to provide bioinformatics support and infrastructure to Life Science researchers. There are ~90 NBIS experts distributed around the country with expertise in a wide variety of bioinformatics analysis applications. As the Swedish node in the European bioinformatics infrastructure network ELIXIR, NBIS is involved in several collaborative efforts to strengthen the pan-European bioinformatics infrastructure. Alongside the bioinformatics experts, NBIS is establishing a Data Management group that is focused on supporting Swedish Life Science researchers according to the principles of Open Science and FAIR, in close collaboration with the SciLifeLab Data Centre. We are now looking for more Data Stewards to further strengthen the data management competence in NBIS. More information about NBIS may be found at https://nbis.se/ 

Work duties: We are looking for persons that want to support Swedish Life Science researchers so that they can manage and publish their research data in the best way possible. You will work with guiding research groups regarding Data Management Plans, and how they shall structure and publish the research data that they generate. An important part of the work is also to educate researchers in data management best practices. You are also expected to contribute to Research Data Management competence networking within Sweden, as well as in Data Management capability development efforts internationally in the ELIXIR network.

Required qualifications: The applicant shall have a master’s degree within the areas of Life Science, Information Technology, or Bioinformatics, or shall possess an equivalent or higher level of understanding within one or several of these areas acquired by other means. It is a requirement to be familiar with international repositories for deposition of Life Science data, and relevant data types and community standards. The applicant shall have knowledge about the principles of Open Science and FAIR. The applicant should furthermore have a documented experience of teaching at the university level.

The applicant shall have good interpersonal and communication skills, and be self-motivated. You should be service minded and able to adapt. You should also be quality conscious and result oriented. You should be able to communicate in English in both speech and writing. Emphasis will be put on personal suitability.

 Merits:

  • Experience of working with user support.
  • Experience of working in international collaborations or networks.
  • Experience of applying Carpentries teaching methodology
  • Familiarity with working in UNIX/Linux, scripting in e.g. Bash, Python, or R, as well as version control using git.

For further information about the position please contact: Niclas Jareborg, +46 733 866605, niclas.jareborg@nbis.se, and Bengt Persson, +46 704 250 230, bengt.persson@nbis.se.

Please submit your application no later than April 6 2020, UFV-PA 2020/762.

Are you considering moving to Sweden to work at Uppsala University? If so, you will find a lot of information about working and living in Sweden at www.uu.se/joinus. You are also welcome to contact International Faculty and Staff Services at ifss@uadm.uu.se.

Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services.

Submit your application through Uppsala University´s recruitment system.

Placement: Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

Type of employment: Full time , Permanent position

Pay: Individual salary

Number of positions: 1

Working hours: 100%

Town: Uppsala

County: Uppsala län

Country: Sweden

Union representative: Seko Universitetsklubben seko@uadm.uu.se
ST/TCO tco@fackorg.uu.se
Saco-rådet saco@uadm.uu.se

Number of reference: UFV-PA 2020/762

Last application date: 2020-04-06

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Postdoctoral position on Software Security

Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our mission is to pursue top-quality research and education and to interact constructively with society. Our most important assets are all the individuals whose curiosity and dedication make Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting workplaces. Uppsala University has 44.000 students, 7.100 employees and a turnover of SEK 7 billion.

The Department of Information Technology has a leading position in research and education. The Department currently has about 280 employees, including 120 teachers and 110 PhD students. More than 4000 students study one or more courses at the department each year. More info: http://www.it.uu.se

Duties/Project description: The candidate will perform research to develop techniques for detecting and removing security vulnerabilities in software, and applying these techniques in software for IoT devices.  Since the exploitation of vulnerabilities in such software can cause huge damages (e.g., the forming of malicious botnets), it must be bug-free and correctly implement security services.  Techniques in the scope of the project include program analysis, verification, symbolic execution, testing using fuzzing, taint analysis, and model learning.  The goals include to significantly extend the power and scalability of such techniques to make the applicable to real-world code bases; foreseen applications include software for IoT systems such as the OS Contiki.

Environment: The position is funded by a five-year grant aSSIsT: Secure Software for the Internet of Things (https://assist-project.github.io/), supported by SSF (the Foundation for Strategic Research), which brings together several groups at Uppsala University (Bengt Jonsson, Parosh Abdulla, Mohammed Faouzi Atig, Philipp Ruemmer, Kostis Sagonas, Wang Yi) that are world-renowned in the fields of automated verification, programming language implementation, and testing.  Contributions include the UPPAAL model checker, high-impact techniques and tools for testing and verification of multithreaded software, including Concuerror and Nidhugg, and several tools for the Erlang programming language. Members received the CAV (Computer-Aided Verification) Award, the most prestigious academic award in the area, both in 2013 (Wang Yi) and in 2017 (Parosh Abdulla and Bengt Jonsson).  The work is performed in collaboration with partners at RISE SICS (Luca Mottola, Shahid Raza, Thiemo Voigt) including developers of the ConTiki OS, and the SICS Security lab.

A Post-Doctoral position  is time-limited for a maximum of two years, and may include some teaching (at most 20%).

Requirements: To qualify for an employment as a postdoctor you must have a PhD degree or a foreign degree equivalent to a PhD degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or equivalent. The PhD degree must have been obtained no more than three years prior to the application deadline. The three year period can be extended due to circumstances such as sick leave, parental leave, duties in labour unions, etc.

A successful candidate should have a strong research experience in some of the fields: program analysis, compiler techniques, model checking, formal verification, testing, security, software engineering, and similar, as well as be proficient in building software systems and tools. The applicant must have good skills in spoken and written English.

Criteria for ranking: When ranking several qualified applicants, scientific skills will be of primary importance. The university aims to recruit the person who, in the combined evaluation of competence, skills and documented qualification, is judged most suitable to independently carry out and develop the work at hand, and to contribute to a positive development of the aSSIsT project and the department.

Application: Applications should include a description of research interests and past experience, including a motivation for applying for this position, a CV, copies of exams, degrees and grades, a copy of Ph.D. thesis (or a draft thereof), relevant publications, and other relevant documents. Applications should be accompanied by at least two letter(s) of recommendation and contact information to reference persons, as well as earliest feasible starting date of employment.

Uppsala University strives to be an inclusive workplace that promotes equal opportunities and attracts qualified candidates who can contribute to the University’s excellence and diversity. We welcome applications from all sections of the community and from people of all backgrounds.

Salary: Individual salary.

Starting date: September 1st, or as otherwise agreed.

Type of employment: Temporary position according to central collective agreement.

Scope of employment: 100 %

For further information about the position please contact: Bengt Jonsson (bengt.jonsson@it.uu.se) and Kostis Sagonas (kostis@it.uu.se).

Please submit your application by March 25, 2020, UFV-PA 2020/532.

Are you considering moving to Sweden to work at Uppsala University? If so, you will find a lot of information about working and living in Sweden at http://www.uu.se/joinus. You are also welcome to contact International Faculty and Staff Services at ifss@uadm.uu.se.

Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services.

Submit your application through Uppsala University´s recruitment system.

Placement: Department of Information Technology

Type of employment: Full time , Temporary position longer than 6 months

Pay: Fixed salary

Number of positions: 1

Working hours: 100%

Town: Uppsala

County: Uppsala län

Country: Sweden

Union representative: Seko Universitetsklubben seko@uadm.uu.se
ST/TCO tco@fackorg.uu.se
Saco-rådet saco@uadm.uu.se

Number of reference: UFV-PA 2020/532

Last application date: 2020-03-25

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PhD position in experimental hadron physics

Uppsala University is a comprehensive research-intensive university with a strong international standing. Our mission is to pursue top-quality research and education and to interact constructively with society. Our most important assets are all the individuals whose curiosity and dedication make Uppsala University one of Sweden’s most exciting workplaces. Uppsala University has 44.000 students, 7.100 employees and a turnover of SEK 7 billion.

The research conducted at the Department of Physics and Astronomy encompasses a wide range of physics topics, distributed over ten divisions. The department is located in the Ångström laboratory and employs nearly 400 people, 125 of whom are doctoral students. It offers a broad physics curriculum to undergraduate and graduate students, participation in nationally and internationally leading projects for researchers, and opportunities for partnership with industry and various outreach activities.

One of the most challenging problems in contemporary physics is to understand the strong force that binds together quarks and gluons into hadrons, e.g. protons and neutrons. Hadron physics is a wide, dynamic research field where the strong interaction is investigated. The research of the Uppsala hadron physics group is carried out within international collaborations at facilities in China (BESIII, Beijing) and Germany (PANDA at FAIR), and in close collaboration with local theoreticians. An overview of the research activities available at http://www.physics.uu.se/research/nuclear-physics/.

The main physics interests of the Uppsala group are studies of the production and decay of hyperons. Hyperons are three-quark systems like the protons but where one or several of the light quarks are replaced by one or several heavier quarks, e.g. strange quarks. Hyperons give insights into the strong interaction at low energies and help us in the search for processes beyond the Standard Model. The future antiproton facility PANDA at FAIR has unique possibilities to study several different aspects of hyperons. Until the full PANDA is taken into operation, interesting studies of hyperon structure can be performed in the predecessor, the FAIR Phase 0 experiment PANDA@HADES.

This PhD student will participate in the collection and analysis of the first data from PANDA@HADES, with focus on hyperon Dalitz decays and radiative decays. The PhD student is expected to participate in meetings and workshops abroad and work with simulations, reconstruction , analysis and interpretation of data, as well as experimental service tasks.

Qualifications: The candidate shall have completed her/his MSc studies in physics (or equivalent), preferably with an orientation towards nuclear and/or particle physics. Basic knowledge in programming is required, as well as good oral and written proficiency in English and the capability to work both independently and in a team.

Applications should include a brief description of research interests and relevant experience, CV, copies of certificates and diplomas, MSc thesis (or a draft thereof), a reference list and other documents, that the applicant wishes to claim.

Uppsala University is striving to achieve a more even gender balance in its research and teaching staff and women are especially invited to apply for this position.

Rules governing PhD students are set out in the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5, §§ 1-7 and in Uppsala University’s rules and guidelines http://regler.uu.se/?languageId=1.

Uppsala University strives to be an inclusive workplace that promotes equal opportunities and attracts qualified candidates who can contribute to the University’s excellence and diversity. We welcome applications from all sections of the community and from people of all backgrounds.

Salary: According to local agreement for PhD students.

Starting date: 01-07-2020 or as otherwise agreed.

Type of employment: Temporary position according to the Higher Education Ordinance chapter 5 § 7.

Scope of employment: 100 %

For further information about the position please contact: Karin Schönning (karin.schonning@physics.uu.se) or Michael Papenbrock (Michael.Papenbrock@physics.uu.se)

Please submit your application by 15 April 2020, UFV-PA 2020/245.

Are you considering moving to Sweden to work at Uppsala University? If so, you will find a lot of information about working and living in Sweden at www.uu.se/joinus. You are also welcome to contact International Faculty and Staff Services at ifss@uadm.uu.se.

Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services.

Submit your application through Uppsala University´s recruitment system.

Placement: Department of Physics and Astronomy

Type of employment: Full time , Temporary position longer than 6 months

Pay: Fixed salary

Number of positions: 1

Working hours: 100 %

Town: Uppsala

County: Uppsala län

Country: Sweden

Union representative: Seko Universitetsklubben seko@uadm.uu.se
ST/TCO tco@fackorg.uu.se
Saco-rådet saco@uadm.uu.se

Number of reference: UFV-PA 2020/245

Last application date: 2020-04-15

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Post expires on Wednesday April 15th, 2020