21-month postdoctoral position: Directed Self-Assembly (DSA) of Functional Block Copolymers: Multiscale structure/property correlations   

A postdoctoral position devoted to multiscale structure/property correlation within thin film of DSA-processed functional block co-polymers is immediately available as a part of the Chair of Excellence project “DiSABloC” granted to Prof. P. F. Nealey (U. Chicago) and coordinated by Dr. R. Borsali (CNRS/CERMAV), Dr. P. Rannou (CNRS/INAC) and Dr. R. Tiron (CEA/Leti) in Grenoble.

Context & Research:

A PostDoctoral Fellow (PDF) position devoted to multiscale structure/property correlation within thin film of DSA-processed functional Block CoPolymers (BCPs) is immediately available as a part of the French National Research Agency (ANR)-supported (ANR-10-LABX-51-01) LANEF and Grenoble Nanosciences Foundation "Chaire d’excellence" project “DiSABloC” granted (03/17/2017-12/31/2019) to Prof. P. F. Nealey (http://ime.uchicago.edu/nealey_lab/people/paul_nealey/) and coordinated by Dr. R. Borsali (CERMAV), Dr. P. Rannou (SyMMES) and Dr. R. Tiron (CEA-Leti) in Grenoble (France).

The position is funded for 21 months (with possible extension) by Labex-Lanef and the Grenoble Nanosciences Foundation. It can start any time in 2017.

Candidate’s profile:

The PDF candidate should preferably hold a PhD degree in Materials Science, Polymer Physics, or Polymer Chemistry dealing with functional soft matter, a previous experience in the synthesis and/or multiscale structure (SAXS/WAXD)/property (Ionic or electronic conductivity) correlations of functional (i.e. electronically/ionically conducting) BCP being especially appreciated.

e-Application:

Applicants should provide an e-application file combining a curriculum vitae, a letter of motivation, a summary of their research experience, and a list of publications. A single pdf should be addressed both to and .

 

Call for application: DiSABloC-21MonthsPostDoctoralPosition-Grenoble-France.pdf (207 Ko)

 
P. Rannou, dépêche du 07/02/2017

 

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