nanoJOBS is Nanowerk's free job posting service for employers. Like all other Nanowerk databases and directories, the nanoJOBS database is freely accessible.
As part of our service to the nanotechnology community, nanoJOBS is designed to create more visibility among employers and job seekers.
Participating in nanoJOBS is easy! Any employer can post their jobs in the nanoJOBS database. In order to assure a high quality, employers need to register and all postings will be validated and approved by a Nanowerk administrator.
As a job seeker, simply browse the nanoJOBS listings. If you find a job offer you would like to apply to, simply contact the employer directly as per the directions given. Good luck!
The University of Iowa Materials Analysis, Testing, and Fabrication (MATFab) Facility is an Office of the Vice President for Research core resource, offering a wide array of instrumentation to research investigators.
The MATFab Facility is seeking a C ... read more
A postdoctoral position is offered within the framework of a regional governmental project. You will work in a collaborative project of CIC nanoGUNE and the technological center IK4-CIDETEC. The position is aimed for 1 year, starting June 2019. ... read more
As our Post Doc researcher Microarchitectural Design and Optimization for 3D Integration you will have the opportunity to work on our cutting-edge 3D technology and innovate the SoCs architecture ... read more
ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences
Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain
ICFO is offering a postdoctoral position to a well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientist that will be joining the Quantum NanoMechanics group led by Prof. Adrian Bachtold. ... read more
Develop beyond state-of-the-art atomistic transport models to explore and unleash the potential of a brand-new class of intriguing materials and devices as our new post doc in Advanced Modeling Techniques for Ab-Initio Transport of Next-Generation Devices ... read more
Understanding the Physical Chemistry EUV Photoresist Using Time-resolved: IR and Electron spectroscopy, Interference Lithographic Imaging and Reflectometry
"Then a miracle occurs" and the resist is imaged, nonsense of course, there are no miracles, ... read more