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Result of reviewing applications for the INL Summer Internship Programme 2015

Result of reviewing applications for the INL Summer Internship Programme 2015.

INL received a large number of applications for a limited number of vacancies and after screening, pre-selection and evaluation, the following candidates have been selected:

José Silva

Anilkumar Krosuri

Bernardo Pires

Duarte Moço

Carlos Eduardo Fernandez Afonso

João Miguel Oliveira Pacheco

Diego Rey Varela

Gabriela Belsley

Raquel Lama López

Zargarzadeh Mehrzad

Lisa Kobayashi Frisk

Miguel Amaral

Ognjen Budimlija

Joana Lopes

Ánxela María Estévez Salguero

Iago Rodríguez Díez

Iago López Grobas

Adrian Crujeiras Miranda

Sarah Azinheiro

Erik Wilson

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Research Internships for master students

Are you a Master student looking for an internship opportunity?

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is launching a Call for Research Internships

If you are interested, please contact the Master program coordinator at your home university

 

About INL

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is a research organization in Europe focused in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, with an international legal status recognized by the United Nations. INL is dedicated to the development of nanotechnology-based solutions applied to the health, energy and electronics, food and environmental control sectors.

Call Objectives

The INL Research Internship initiative aims to provide an opportunity for students, who are currently enrolled in a Master's degree program, to carry out the research portion of their Master's degree curriculum at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL).

Benefits of doing your research project at INL

INL will provide the selected applicants the opportunity to develop and carry out a research project in a highly stimulating and multicultural environment, which includes access to state-of-the-art equipment and unique training opportunities.  

Research projects

INL currently pursues research in the following fields

  • Health: point of care diagnostics (lab on chip microsystems, microfluidic platforms), DNA, protein and cell chips, biomolecular labels, drug delivery solutions, biomedical imaging, hyperthermia, neuroelectronics.
  • Safety in Environmental and food control: Nanotechnology applied to Food industry, food safety and environmental control. Water and Soil control, air pollution monitoring. Lab-on-a-chip technologies, Smart Packaging and labels, biosensing technologies.
  • Energy: solar cells, batteries and fuel cells, energy harvesting micro and nanosystems. 
  • ICT (nanoelectronics): NEMS/MEMS, Spintronics, Photonics, Micro and Nanofluidics, integration of new technologies on CMOS.  Development of support platforms for the health, environmental and food control, and energy areas.

Project opportunities are within one of the research fields listed above. For more detailed information, please consult INL´s project offers below. This list of projects is not limited. Other projects proposed by the Master coordinator at each university may be added, always including a co-advisor from INL.

Duration of Internship

Internships will have a typical duration between 6 and 12 months.

Eligibility criteria

Students must be currently enrolled in a Master's degree graduate program at a University.

Submission Procedures

Candidates are to apply through their university, by contacting the coordinator of the Master program in which the candidate is enrolled. Only applications proposed by the Master program coordinator, at the candidate´s home university, are accepted.

Selection of Candidate

Once candidate students have been selected for each research project (internal process at the University), the Master Coordinator should contact INL at “masterstudents@inl.int“ for final selection by INL.

List of Projects

 

(Eco)toxicology of nanomaterials: “in vitro” models

Evaluation of Nano Micro-Porous materials for biotoxin capture

Synthesis and Functionalization of Covalent Organic Frameworks

Nanocomposite polymer beads for cell detection and in-vitro culture

Quantitative characterization by FIB/SEM “slice and view”

High-resolution STEM with controlled electron dose

Computational methods for modelling atomic structures and simulating TEM images

Art and media from scientific sources – Nanoscale on the big screen

Preparation and Characterization of Biointerfaces

Characterization of Nanoparticle-Cell Biointerfaces

High-Speed, Multiple Channel Lab-on-Chip Acquisition Hardware for Magneto-resistive biochip applications

Handheld electrochemical impedance spectroscopy sensing unit

Design of A/D converter for a CMOS-based Magnetic Imaging Sensor

Electron Microscopy Investigations of Core-Shell Inorganic Nanotubes 

Synthesis and characterization of Nanocatalysts and 2D Nanosheets of Transition metal chalcogenides (TMDs)

Functionalization of Magnetic Nanoparticles for ‘Theranostic’ Applications

Development of gold nanoparticle based-lateral flow assay for the detection of food-borne pathogens

Evaluation of experimental conditions for the use of nucleic acid enzymes combined to magnetic particles for the detection of food-borne pathogens

Development of a novel nanotechnology-based detector of cancer cells in biological fluids

DNA extraction from food samples for PCR applications through microscale solid phase extraction (µSPE)

Development of Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP) on a microfluidic platform for food analysis

Graphene and nanodiamond hybrids for electronic applications

High numerical aperture (NA) spectroscopic imaging ellipsometry: Optical Modelling

Software development for measurement control and data analysis of electrical characterization of magnetic tunnel junction devices  

Development of micro-solar cell growth by electrodepostition

Development of patterned substrates for micro-concentrator solar cells

Towards Nanostructured Metal Phosphide Electrocatalysts

Towards Printed Electronics Based on Monodisperse Cu2O Nanoparticles 

Fabrication of carbon nanofibers by electrospinning for use in lithium-ion batteries

Fabrication of TiO2 nanotube arrays for use in solar cells

Large scale fabrication of composite nanostructures using atomic layer deposition

Hydrothermal synthesis of metal oxide/sulfide nanostructures for use in lithium-ion batteries and photocatalysis

Chemical synthesis of graphene/graphene oxide for use in high-performance energy storage

Fabrication of inorganic-organic hybrid solar cells

Large scale synthesis of silicon nanostructures for use in next-generation lithium-ion battery anodes

Development of non-precious, earth-abundant electrocatalysts for hydrogen/oxygen evolution

Fluorescence based techniques for biosensor characterization

Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy of lipid nano-carriers

Development of a phage-based lab-on-chip for the detection of foodborne pathogens

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Staff Researcher - MEMS and Micro/Nano Energy Harvesting Devices

 
Research Center: Int. Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)
Location: Braga, Portugal
Research Field: Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS)
Job Type: Full time
Career Stage:  Desirable 3~8 years research experience after PhD
Closing Date: July 31th 2015 23:00 (Lisbon time)
Salary: Competitive package and benefits

Introduction

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory INL (http://www.inl.int), a research institution with an international legal status, is seeking for a highly qualified, self-motivated and experienced postdoctoral fellow/Junior researcher to participate in its activities regarding MEMS and micro/nano energy harvesting devices.

Job requirements

MEMS and micro/nano energy harvesting devices provide miniaturized solutions that can be seamlessly integrated for sensing, actuation and energy conversion/storage applications. It is not practicable in many applications to have external, bulky batteries providing power to sensing/actuating microdevices due to their relatively large sizes. Examples for which size reduction is vital are implantable medical appliances. On the other hand, standalone, self-powered applications greatly simplify connections to devices thus allowing more complex grids to be built upon.

For this matter, INL is developing a fully integrated scavenging system composed of (i) energy harvesting elements, (ii) full diode bridge for rectifying the resulting signals so that charge can be effectively stored in (iii) a small chip footprint supercapacitor, which is then connected to (iv) an optimal load resistor for powering sensors and/or actuators, related control electronics and wireless transceivers for data transmission. The system is targeted at providing power ratings in the 0.1 -1 µW range and all processing steps are realized at temperatures below 450ºC, as to make the fabrication as CMOS compatible as possible.

The Group of MEMS and Micro Energy Harvesting Devices of INL welcomes applicants with:

PhD degree in electrical engineering, physics, nanoelectronics, materials or related fields;

Previous laboratory experience in processing MEMS devices necessary, proficiency in energy conversion/scavenging materials and microdevices considered a plus;

Demonstrated experience in cleanroom work, testing and integration of microsystems;

Know-how on electronics and/or CMOS design considered a plus;

Good publications record;

Fluency in written and spoken English.

What we offer

Employment contract and competitive compensation package in line with those offered by other international research organizations. Researchers will also benefit from the various social facilities available at INL. 

Access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.

Highly competitive multidisciplinary research environment. 

How to apply

International candidates are welcome to apply.

The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.

Interested applicants should submit a motivation letter, a full curriculum vitae, and list of publications. In view of the expected large number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted in the evaluation process. The final result of the process is published on our site at the end of the recruitment process.

Enquires should be made to: joao.gaspar@inl.int

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Ultra-fast laser laboratory: applications to biosensing, bio imaging, and time domain resolved spectroscopies (CLOSED)

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is launching a research fellowship position for for the ultra fast laser laboratory. The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is an institution with an international legal status, registered at the United Nations created to foster interdisciplinary research in Nanotechnology and Nanosciences. INL is a global centre of excellence in applied nanotechnology research, aiming to attract the world’s best scientists and engineers.

INL is seeking a highly motivated scientist to take over its ultrafast laser laboratory facility, including a femto second laser system (700nm-1050nm, 100fs pulse length) and a streak camera (sub ns time resolution) , to develop novel plasmonic based biosensing techniques, and high resolution bio imaging tools. The prospective candidate is expected to develop his/hers own group at INL, profiting from the existing laser facility, to develop bridges to others groups working at INL and elsewhere, where ultrafast time domain resolution may be coupled to sub-micron scale spatial resolution to probe dynamic phenomena at the molecular level. The research can also include dynamic phenomena in non-biological systems. The position is offered at a staff member level, compatible with the candidate´s experience, and starting funds are available to complement, where needed, the existing laboratory facilities.

 

How to apply

Interested applicants should submit, until 24th May 2014, their curriculum vitae, a cover letter describing motivation and research experience, and two reference letters through INL’s recruitment website at:  http://inl.int/job_offers   

 

DEADLINE: 24th May 2014 (23:00 Lisbon time)

 

In view of the large number of applications, we regret to inform that only successful candidates will be contacted.

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Group Leader - Nanotechnologies applied to agro-food and environmental areas (CLOSED)

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, an international research organization registered in the UN and located in Braga, Portugal ( http://www.inl.int), is seeking a strongly motivated Group Leader to develop applications of Nanotechnologies to agro-food and environmental areas, and to lead INLs effort in this area. Topics of interest include (non-exclusive list), early detection and effective intervention technologies for ensuring food safety and biosecurity,  nanoscale-based sensing mechanisms and devices for reliable and rapid detection of diseases and monitoring of physiological biomarkers for optimal agricultural production, smart labels for food packaging and in particular design and fabrication of indicators for food quality and safety and control (freshness, ripeness, smell, taste, oxygen or spoilage), nanostructure-nanosensor based methodologies for water quality control. Other key goals could be nanoscale biofilms for food packaging and contact materials that extend shelf life, retain quality and reduce cooling requirements, and nano-enabled systems for controlled release of nutrients, fertilizers and pesticides in soil systems. The researcher will collaborate with teams at INL developing chemical and bio‐functionalized nanostructures, and teams developing electronically based sensors on various substrates.

INL offers an exciting, and highly competitive research environment, with a state of the art research facility. Researchers will be offered substantial starting funds (both for capital equipment and research personnel) to help them jump start their research activities, together with a competitive salary and a comprehensive fringe benefit package.

INL facilities are located in Braga (150,000 inhabitants, and a city with a high quality and attractive living environment), 30min drive from the Oporto Airport, a 30 min drive from the North Atlantic coast, and about 45min drive to the Galician border and the mountains of the Geres National Park.

Enquires should be made to Prof. Paulo Freitas (paulo.freitas@inl.int).

The application is made online by clicking on the "apply for this job!" button.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a research statement/proposal.

The DEADLINE for application was extended to: 28 February 2014 - 23:00 Lisbon time

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Results of Reviewing Applications For Research Staff Positions

Results of Reviewing Applications For Research Staff Positions here

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Analog and Digital Circuit Designer/Engineer

 
Research Center: Int. Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)
Location: Braga, Portugal
Job Type: Full time
Career Stage: ~5 years experience
Date posted: March 12th 2015
Closing Date: Deadline extended May 31th 2015 (23:00 Lisbon time)
Salary: Competitive package and benefits
 

Introduction

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory – INL (http://www.inl.int), a research institution with an international legal status, seeks a highly qualified self-motivated Analog and Digital Circuit Engineer to join the Nano-IC Group. The group´s focus is on taking advanced nanoelectronics, researched and fabricated at INL into mainstream applications within the semiconductor and biomedical markets. 

Key responsibilities 

We are looking for someone capable to be a major contributor to the development of biomedical hardware platforms and System-On-Chip (SoC) semiconductor components. The successful candidate will be responsible for developing complete hardware including the embedded software applications focusing in low noise and low power handheld solutions. The role includes the definition of such platforms, its design at PCB level, software development and test and characterization. We are looking for a team player to collaborate with the existing Hardware team with a solid experience in developing high hardware and embedded software.

Preferred skills and experience

Bachelor degree with at least 5 years experience in the role, or MSEE degree with 3+ years of experience in the role

Relevant design experience with Analog and Digital circuitry including the development of embedded software

Experience in using analog blocks like ADC/DAC, Frequency synthesizers, mixers, amplifiers and filters.

PCB design experience with layout and circuit level simulation using SPICE simulators

Coding experience in C/C++ for low level, embedded development targeting 8-, 16- and 32-microprocessors (preferably, ARM family devices)

Familiarity with embedded hardware architectures and its implementation in FPGA 

Capable of debugging and using test equipment, tools and methodologies for T&C 

Capability to work both independently and concurrently within a small team environment.

The applicant should have strong enthusiasm for work and excellent communication skills in English.

Additional experience would be considered a plus and one or more items in the following list would be desirable:

Specific experience in the design of timing blocks including PLLs, VCOs, and crystal oscillators within RF applications.

Hands-on mixed-signal design (CMOS target processes) including either analog simulation (SPICE-type simulators) or digital design with standard cell libraries.

Experience using the CAD design environment of Cadence, Synopsys or Mentor. 

Experience with board and system level communication interfaces (USB, Bluetooth low energy and Low Power Wi-Fi)

Embedded and system software for those areas of application including image processing algorithms, DSP algorithms and wired (USB) or wireless (BLE, Wi-Fi) communication interfaces.

What we offer

Employment contract and competitive compensation package in line with those offered by other international research organizations. Researchers will also benefit from the various social facilities available at INL. 

Fantastic opportunity to Access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.

Highly competitive multidisciplinary research environment. 

How to Apply

International candidates are welcome to apply. 

The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.

Interested applicants should submit a motivation letter, a full curriculum vitae describing their experience and (2) references.

Enquires should be directed to: joao.piteira@inl.int

INL firmly adheres to a principle of non-discrimination.

In view of the large number of applications, only successful candidates will be contacted.

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Maintenance Technician

 
Employer: Int. Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)
Location: Braga, Portugal
Job Type: Full time
Career Stage: ~5 years’ experience
Date posted: April 23rd 2015
Closing Date: May 31st 2015 (23:00 Lisbon time)
 

Introduction

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory –INL (http://www.inl.int), a research institution with an international legal status, seeks a qualified self-motivated Maintenance Technician to join our infrastructures team.

Role Overview

We are looking for a multi skilled technician, experienced in BUILDING, ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE to support the existing maintenance team, perform on site general repairs to the buildings and maintenance of systems and equipment focused on keeping the facilities in a properly functioning condition in a safe and timely manner. 

Key responsibilities will include:

Operate in accordance with health and safety regulations, departmental procedures and INL policies.

General building maintenance: HVAC, hydraulic pumps, ultrapure water system, water processing, compressed air and nitrogen gas.

Assist equipment installation and set up. 

Servicing & maintenance of electrical & mechanical equipment & services. 

Provide immediate support in the event of breakdowns.

Fault finding and reactive and preventative maintenance support.

Fix faults on site and arrange for replacement parts. 

Proactively work to reduce operations downtime.

Organize routine servicing schedules.

Work as part of a team to ensure targets for delivery, quality and efficiency are met. Provide general operational support to the team and to carry out any other duties as reasonably requested.

Identify process improvement opportunities and implement within all areas to ensure continuous improvement.

The ideal Maintenance Technician should have:

Formal technical education in mechanical and/or electrical engineering. 

Fluent in English

5 years in a maintenance technician’s role, performing all aspects of building maintenance. 

Good electro-mechanical skills gained within a manufacturing environment. 

Adept in full range of mechanical & electrical tasks, pneumatics, hydraulics, plumbing, bespoke automatic assembly equipment.

Ability to use drawing, manuals and circuit diagrams as necessary.

Continuous Improvement and PPM (Planned Preventative Maintenance) experience.

Knowledge in GTC systems: SCADA or similar

Valid driver's license.

Personal Skills

The successful Maintenance Technician/Electrician will have the following Personal Characteristics: 

• Good team player 

• Strong organization 

• Able to work on own initiative

• Self-motivated

• Good communicator at all levels.

• Oriented to drive improvement and development within the business.

• Hard working, reliable and good time keeper

• Flexible work approach is essential as there may be a need to work extended hours on occasions.

What we offer

Employment contract and compensation package in line with those offered by the market. Employees will also benefit from the various social facilities available at INL. 

State-of-the-art equipment and facilities.

International and highly competitive environment in contact with leading edge technology.

How to Apply

International candidates are welcome to apply. 

The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.

Interested applicants should submit a full curriculum vitae describing their experience 

Enquires should be directed to: hugo.cortez@inl.int

INL firmly adheres to a principle of non-discrimination.

The application deadline maybe extended at any time.

In view of the large number of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Clean Room Process and Maintenance Engineer

Research Center: Int. Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)
Location: Braga, Portugal
Job Type: Full time
Career Stage: 3~5 years’ experience
Closing Date: July 1st  2015 (23:00 Lisbon time)
Salary: Competitive package and benefits
 

Introduction

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory –INL (http://www.inl.int), a research institution with an international legal status, seeks a highly qualified self-motivated and experienced engineer to participate in the micro and nanofabrication of devices and equipment maintenance at INL cleanroom. 

Key responsibilities 

The candidates will be expected to participate actively in the micro and nano-fabrication processing of devices being fabricated within the several research groups installed at INL. The target applications cover a large spectrum of fields including MEMS, Spintronics and Thin Film Semiconductors. Depending on his/her proficiency, the candidate will assume the responsibility for one or more cleanroom systems in terms of operation/processing, maintenance/servicing and training of users. 

 

Preferred skills and experience:

An education background in electrical engineering, physics, nanoelectronics, materials or related fields is required.

Fluency in written and spoken English.

Relevant cleanroom work experience within the Industry or Academia, and be familiar with top down micro and nanofabrication processes such as:

o Physical and chemical vapor deposition

o Ion milling and reactive ion etching

o Wet etch techniques and electroplating

o Lithography pattern transfer (direct write laser and mask aligner) 

Experience in MEMS, Spintronics or CMOS processing will be valued.

Experience in diversity of processes that the candidate is able to perform shall be a key selection criterion.  

What we offer

Employment contract and competitive compensation package in line with those offered by other international research organizations. Researchers will also benefit from the various social facilities available at INL. 

Fantastic opportunity to Access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.

Highly competitive multidisciplinary research environment. 

How to Apply

International candidates are welcome to apply. 

The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.

Interested applicants should submit a motivation letter, a full curriculum vitae describing their experience.

Enquires should be directed to: joao.gaspar@inl.int

INL firmly adheres to a principle of non-discrimination.

In view of the large number of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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Advanced Electron Microscopy of 2D nanomaterials

Research Center: Int. Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)
Location: Braga, Portugal
Job Type: Full time
Career Stage: Postdoctoral Researcher 
Closing Date: July 10th 2015 (23:00 Lisbon time)
Salary: Competitive package and benefits
 

Introduction

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory – INL (http://www.inl.int), a research institution with an international legal status is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join the group of Advanced Electron Microscopy to carry out investigations on 2D nanomaterials of transition metal chalcogenides, carbides, nitrides, etc. 

Key responsibilities 

The project will involve carrying out high resolution electron microscopy and spectroscopy in order to understand the atomic structure of 2D nanomaterials. Understanding the atomic structure, nature of bonding, defects, dislocations and grain boundaries is crucial to elucidate magnetic, electronic and optoelectronic properties and hence the focus of the investigations will be towards achieving this objective.

Preferred skills and experience:

The candidate should have a strong background in high resolution imaging, spectroscopy and diffraction having employed them previously towards studying nanomaterials. Further knowledge of carrying out exit wave reconstruction, STEM/TEM simulation and generating structural models using standard software´s will be a plus. In addition he/she should have adequate experience in high temperature synthesis of nanomaterials. 

The successful candidate should have a PhD degree in science or engineering. The applicant should have a strong enthusiasm for interdisciplinary work, excellent English communication skills and should have exhibited a good track-record of disseminating experimental results to the scientific community. 

What we offer

Employment contract and competitive compensation package in line with those offered by other international research organizations. Researchers will also benefit from the various social facilities available at INL. 

Fantastic opportunity of access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities.

Highly competitive multidisciplinary research environment. 

How to Apply

The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.

Interested applicants should submit a motivation letter, a full curriculum vitae including list of publications and references.

Enquires should be directed to: leonard.francis@inl.int

INL firmly adheres to a principle of non-discrimination.

In view of the expected large number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted in the evaluation process. The final result will be published on our site at the end of the recruitment process.

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Results of Reviewing Applications submitted to 2nd Call in 2013 - The NanoTRAINforGrowth COFUND international Post-doctoral fellowship programme

For Results of Reviewing Applications submitted to 2nd Call in 2013 - The NanoTRAINforGrowth COFUND international Post-doctoral fellowship programme please read here

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Project Manager for EU funded projects

Employer: Int. Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL)
Location: Braga, Portugal
Area of Expertise:  Project Manager
Career Stage: 5 years post qualification experience (PQE)
Job Type: Full Time 
Closing Date: July 10th 2015 “3:00 (Lisbon time)
Salary: Competitive package and benefits
 

Introduction

The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is a research institution with an international legal status, which was created to foster interdisciplinary and applied research in the Nanotechnology and Nanosciences areas.

INL is seeking a qualified project manager with solid experience for preparing bid applications for European Commission (EC) funding programmes for RTD projects. The successful candidate should have sound knowledge of national and European funding sources and will engage with partner organisations and funding bodies to maximise external funding opportunities.

Key responsibilities 

As a Project Manager focused of European funded initiatives the candidate will work with INL´s researchers to advise on EC research funding opportunities and provide support on the preparation and submission of grant applications. The selected candidate will also support management of awarded projects and will play an active role in a range of initiatives and improvement processes jointly with INL´s team.

Main activities and responsibilities

Provide support to researchers in funding acquisition within EU funded RTD & innovation projects

Identify call´s for proposals within INL´s strategic RTD areas, within H2020 and other RTD programmes and promote these internally with researchers.

Participate in EU level working groups and platforms

Engage with main actors in the European landscape in the process of EU project development. 

Represent INL’s strategic interests at different (networking) events. 

Manage and foster relationships with INL`s partners (companies and RTD centers).

Job Requirements 

Proven track record in writing and submitting proposals to European Framework funding programmes. 

Commercial skills required to recruit industrial and scientific partners

Highly organised and dynamic

Ability to multitask and work under pressure 

English is the working language of INL. Upper advance level in oral and written English is required. Working knowledge of another language is an advantage. 

Education

University degree in a science or engineering field is required. 

How to Apply

International candidates are welcome to apply. Only applications in English will be accepted.

The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.

Interested applicants should submit a motivation letter, a full curriculum vitae.

Enquires should be made to: reo@inl.int

INL firmly adheres to a principle of non-discrimination.

In view of the expected large number of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted in the evaluation process. The final result of the process is published on our site at the end of the recruitment process.

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