The duration of the grant will be at least three years, possibly four. The monthly salary will be 1000 Euro/month.
The candidate should have a Bachelor or Master degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Telecommunication Engineering or Physics. A good background in Semiconductor Physics, Semiconductor Devices, or Integrated Circuit Design will be highly appreciated.
The work to be done by the candidate will be focused on the development of new techniques of characterization and modeling of novel advanced semiconductor devices. It will be related to two European projects in which the hosting group participates.
To get more information about our areas of research in the DEEEA, you can visit the website:
Required documents for applicants
Applicants are required to send to the address specified below the following documents (in English or Spanish):
1) a full Curriculum Vitae (as complete as possible)
2) Copy of their diploma
3) copy of their passport
4) Academic certificate including their marks (it is important that the number of hours or credits of each subject appears). It is also very important that the document specifies what is the minimum mark for passing a given subject and what is the maximum mark that can be awarded.
Candidates can send their documents by e-mail, but in fact we will need original and copy documents (or authenticated copy) of them; therefore we also suggest to send the documents by postal mail.
Applications should be sent to:
Prof. Benjamin Iñiguez
Department of Electronic, Electrical and Automatic Control Engineering
Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV)
Avinguda Països Catalans, 26
Tel: +34977558521 Fax:+34977559610
You can contact Prof. Benjamin Iñiguez (Benjamin.Iniguez@urv.cat) for more information