Physics Department,
Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland

Tel: +353 1 6083065, Fax: +353 1 6711759
Computational Spintronics Group

These are the open positions in the Computational Spintronics Group at present.


PostDoc Position in Computational Spintronics at the molecular level

One Postdoctoral fellowship is available in the Computational Spintronics group at Trinity College Dublin. The successful candidate will be involved in one of the following computational projects, sponsored by the prestigious newly awarded  Science Foundation of Ireland Investigator Award: 1) ferromagnetism in highly confined semiconductor nanostructures, 2) spin-transport in carbon based systems, 3) spin-transport in metallic nanojunctions, 4) spin-transport in large organic molecules. The specific project will be decided based on the specific interest and background of the successful candidate.

The fellowship, tenable for up to 4 years, will commence on or after the 1st October 2003 with an annual salary depending on the experience of the candidate. The Physics Department at Trinity College Dublin has a long and distinguished history of research. Currently the department is host of the prestigious first phase of Science Foundation of Ireland Nanotechnology projects, attracting world class researchers and establishing internationally competitive facilities. Finally it is worth mentioning that Dublin is a vital, young European capital, and a very pleasant place to live.

Ideally the candidate must have experience in either numerical quantum transport, or density functional theory methods. Candidates for this fellowship are invited to send a CV, a brief description of their research interests and their experience, a full publication list and the contact address of at least two referees by post or e-mail to:

Dr. Stefano Sanvito

Department of Physics
Trinity College Dublin 2,
Ireland
Tel: +353-1-6083065 Fax: +353-1-6711759
E-mail: sanvitos@tcd.ie

Information about the research activity may be found here .
Further particulars regarding the Studentship may also be obtained from Dr. Sanvito



Several PhD Positions in Computational Spintronics at the molecular level

Four PhD studentships are available in the Computational Spintronics group at Trinity College Dublin. The successful candidates will be involved in one of the following computational projects, sponsored by the prestigious newly awarded Science Foundation of Ireland Investigator Award: 1) ferromagnetism in highly confined semiconductor nanostructures, 2) spin-transport in carbon based systems, 3) spin-transport in metallic nanojunctions, 4) spin-transport in large organic molecules.

The studentships will commence on the 1st October 2003 with an annual salary of 12.700 Euro. The Physics Department at Trinity College has a long and distinguished history of research. Currently the department is host of the prestigious first phase of Science Foundation of Ireland Nanotechnology projects, attracting world class researchers and establishing internationally competitive facilities. Finally it is worth mentioning that Dublin is a vital, young European capital, and a very pleasant place to live.

Candidates for these studentships are invited to send a CV including the full address of two potential referees by post or e-mail to:

Dr. Stefano Sanvito

Department of Physics
Trinity College Dublin 2,
Ireland
Tel: +353-1-6083065 Fax: +353-1-6711759
E-mail: sanvitos@tcd.ie

Information about the research activity may be found here .
Further particulars regarding the Studentship may also be obtained from Dr. Sanvito .
 

 


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This document was modified by Stefano Sanvito on August, 8 2002