The FP-RESOMUS fellowship program supports postdoctoral positions in the research networks NCCR MUST and RESOLV.
The postdoctoral Fellowship Program FP-RESOMUS (Resolving Solvation with Molecular Ultrafast Science and Technology) is a joint effort of the Swiss National Center of Competence in Research Molecular Ultrafast Science and Technology (NCCR MUST) and the German Cluster of Excellence RESOLV (Ruhr Explores Solvation), and is a Horizon 2020 Maria Skłodowska-Curie COFUND Action. FP-RESOMUS will fund two calls (25 fellowships each) for postdocs who are or will be employed in the Swiss research network NCCR MUST or the German Cluster of Excellence RESOLV. The fellowships provide a fixed sum of Euro 2'625 per month as a contribution towards the salary of the postdoc for a maximum of 2 years. For more information, please visit our website: fp-resomus.eu/.
FP-RESOMUS includes around 50 research groups from NCCR MUST and RESOLV who strive to increase the fundamental understanding of the interactions and dynamics of molecules, liquids, solutions, and solids at the molecular, atomic, and electronic level. The tools used to gain this understanding are state-of-the-art laser technology, microscopy, and simulation methods.
FP-RESOMUS aims to attract postdoctoral fellows from around the world (incoming), strengthen the exchange of postdoctoral researchers between the two networks (outgoing) and enable the return of Swiss and German researchers working overseas into a European research environment (re-integration). The structured bi-national program is set up to provide high-level, comprehensive postdoctoral training, giving experienced researchers ample opportunity to expand their professional knowledge, skills, and experience.
The program focusses on individual research training in the context of research projects developed in collaboration with an NCCR MUST or RESOLV scientist who is listed under Projects on the FP-RESOMUS website. Fellows will be encouraged to undertake secondments within the FP-RESOMUS network. Fellows will also be offered training in transferable skills, and have concrete opportunities to apply their new skills. Formal courses may be selected within all participating institutions. This holistic approach is designed to benefit the career development of each fellow, as well as the receiving research groups and the scientific field as a whole.
The following requirements must be met:
FP-RESOMUS offers an interdisciplinary, innovative and collaborative research environment. In addition to a systematic training on the job, you will profit from personal development possibilities and the opportunity to attend transferable skills courses. Research visits to partner institutions within FP-RESOMUS are encouraged and supported. It is the aim of FP-RESOMUS to grant attractive postdoctoral positions to outstanding and highly motivated applicants, regardless of their nationality and gender. On-site infrastructures guarantee a family-friendly environment and modern employment conditions.
The duration of an FP-RESOMUS fellowship is limited to two years. Employment after the end of the fellowship must be financed from other sources.
Please refer to the eligibility check on the FP-RESOMUS website to assess your formal eligibility for the program. Eligible candidates can apply online through the FP-RESOMUS submission page (a password for this page will be provided after a positive eligibility check).
Please note that you must prepare your application jointly with one of the FP-RESOMUS principal investigators (PIs) listed on the FP-RESOMUS projects page. This means that you are either
To apply, please upload the following documents:
The deadline for applications is February 28, 2019, 24:00 CET.
For further information about our program, please contact the Management Team of FP-RESOMUS using the contact form on the website (fp-resomus.eu/).