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Open postdoctoral experts in electron microscopy and magnetism

The Magnetic Multifunctional Materials team of the Institute of Materials for Electronics and Magnetism – CNR, Parma, Italy has an open postdoctoral  experts in electron microscopy and magnetism. The position regards to participate in the EU H2020 project AMPHIBIAN. AMPHIBIAN project . This project joints  11 international entities, between  research, academics and industries  and the main purpose is to develop and prepare novel ferrite based materials to produce free Rare Earth magnets. General details on the project can be found in http://amphibianproject.eu/).

 The candidate should have the responsibility to perform studies on the nanostructural and magnetic properties of the novel materials and magnets obtained in the framework of project and to develop novel techniques to investigate the properties of these materials.   

The required expertise is :

- Morphological, chemical  and structural studies on nanoparticles and/or magnetic materials with Transmission Electron Microscopy and High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy.  Experience in magnetic Lorentz microscopy or similar and in Holography are welcome.

-Experience  in magnetic characterization and/or magnetic properties of materials with hard magnetic properties   and/or magnetic properties of nanoparticles.

The contract regards one position of Italian researcher during 1 year that can  be extended to the second year. This is available in next two months.

Candidates should contact to César de Julián Fernández cesar.dejulian@imem.cnr.it
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