El proyecto europeo “Nitrous Oxide Research Alliance Training Network (NORA)” tiene abierto el plazo para la contratación de 9 investigadores predoctorales y 3 postdoctorales hasta el 1 de junio de 2013.
El proyecto pretende estudiar la emisión de óxido nitroso de origen antropogénico mediante análisis metabólico y bioquímico de la microbiología del ciclo del nitrógeno. Para más información, VISITAR EL SIGUIENTE ENLACE
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Apply for fellowships
We are now recruiting researchers
Call for applications closes 1 June 2013.
Marie Curie Fellowships are European research grants available to researchers regardless of their nationality. In addition to generous fellowships, researchers have the possibility to gain experience abroad and in the private sector, and to complete their training with competences or disciplines useful for their careers.
Nine ESR (PhD) positions:
Duration 3 years. Starting date is 1 September 2013; or no later than 1 October 2013.
Three ER (Post doc) positions:
Duration 2 years. Starting date is preferably the 1 January 2014.
Were you one of the best students in your class? Are you curious, hard-working and interested in a future research career? Then you may be one of the candidates we are looking for!
In order to be eligible for one of the positions offered by NORA, fellows must, at the time of their recruitment, comply with the following Marie Curie Initial Training Network criteria. Applications from researchers not meeting these conditions cannot be considered. Please read more about eligibility here.
Applicants for Early Stage Researcher (ESR) positions must hold a Master’s degree, or an equivalent degree which would formally entitle them to embark on a doctorate, in the relevant field. The average grade of your Master’s degree must be minimum B (ECTS) or equal. More details on the requirements are listed in the announcements for the individual positions.
Applicants for Experienced Researcher (ER) positions should hold a doctoral degree or have at least four years and less than five years of full-time equivalent research experience in a field relevant to the description of the position. Read more about how to calculate your research experience here.
All eligible candidates should be fluent in English, read more about that here.
- Fully funded placements for PhD and postdoctoral training
- Excellent educational and research facilities
- Research training in both academic and industrial settings
- Intensive contacts with fellow researchers across Europe and beyond
Fellowships in Marie Curie Initial Training Networks are prestigious and provide a solid basis for a future research career. To learn more about the opportunities offered in these actions please read the Marie Curie Career development information. As a NORA fellow you will be working in a cross-disciplinary consortium of internationally recognized research groups, with the most modern relevant techniques, equipment, facilities and institutional postgraduate training programmes. Training will also include secondments to partners at other universities and in the private sector, and participation in research schools and conferences.
Interested applicants are encouraged to read the all sub-pages of this website carefully in order to ensure they have a firm understanding of the overall Network aims and those of the individual ESR and ER projects.
Detailed descriptions of each sub-project can be found here.
The NORA network
consists of 9 university partners, 4 small/medium sized enterprises and one large enterprise. The partners are located in several European countries including Norway, the Netherlands, UK, France, Sweden and Germany. Partner descriptions are found here.