Marie Curie Early-Stage Researcher - Ultralow-Field Magnetic Resonance Technologies

University of Cambridge

The Magnetic Resonance Research Center (MRRC), Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, invites applications for a Marie Curie Early-Stage Researcher to work on a project as part of the EU Training Network (ETN) entitled Zero- and Ultralow-Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (ZULF NMR):

The post-holder will focus on the acquisition of NMR data and development of the instrumentation but is welcome to interact strongly with other researchers at the MRRC focusing on computer modelling and catalyst development.

The project will also involve a research secondment of approximately 6 months, where you will spend time working on the research project at a partner institute of our consortium. There will extensive opportunities to engage with the other groups in the network including scientific meetings and training workshops.

The position is available for 36 months and applicants must meet the Marie Curie eligibility criteria, which require a suitable degree for entry into a PhD programme. Please visit the Marie Curie Web site for details:

The salary will comprise a living allowance of € 44895.96 and a mobility allowance of €7200.00. An additional allowance of €6000.00 may be payable but is dependent on individual family circumstances.

More information about the position and details of the application process can be found here:

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