ORGANISATION NAMEJagiellonian University
RESEARCH FIELDNatural sciences
CAREER STAGEFirst Stage Researcher (R1) (Up to the point of PhD)
As part of the PRELUDIUM BIS 1 project: New photochromic molecules for the construction of photoswitchable molecular magnets (PI: Prof. Dawid Pinkowicz) a commission established at the Doctoral School of Exact and Natural Sciences (Jagiellonian University in Krakow) will conduct recruitment for the Chemistry teaching programme in the academic year 2020/21. After interviews and evaluation of the candidates, the chairperson of the commission will present the director with a report containing a list of candidates recommended for admission to the school as part of the research project.
What is funded
The dunding includes a 4-years scholarship for the successful applicant who will be admitted to the Doctoral School of Exact and Natural Sciences within the Chemistry teaching programme and the research costs (chemicals, glassware, laboratory equipment)
MSc degree in the field of chemistry (organic, organometallic or cooridnation chemistry)
1. A reference letter written by a senior research employed at a Polish or foreign university (no more than 2 pages, A4 format);
2. Curriculum vitae (no more than 2 pages, A4 format) with a special emphasis on academic achievements;
3. Documents confirming academic achievements outlined in the curriculum vitae;
4. Transcript of grades: diploma supplement, or the official transcript of grades, or, if they do not yet have these documents, grade book or another document listing completed courses and grades. Information about grading scale must be included;
5. Master thesis, or, if it is not completed, extended outline of the thesis.
6. Motivation letter explaining why the candidate is interested in the implementation pf the project (the project abstract can be found in the attachments)
Please send your application documents to Prof. Dawid Pinkowicz: email@example.com
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