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Post Doctoral Researcher in Experimental Analysis of Composite Manufacturing Processes

A short-term contract (~5-6 months) is available within
the Irish Centre for Composites Research for a postdoc with strong mechanical
testing skills and knowledge. Good chance of extension of funding. Details
below. NOTE: also open to people without a PhD with extensive R&D industry
experience.

 

TITLE OF POST: Post Doctoral Researcher in Experimental
Analysis of Composite Manufacturing Processes

 

Lecturer below the bar in Aircraft Maintenance and Operations

TITLE OF POST: Lecturer below the bar in Aircraft Maintenance and
Operations

LOCATION:
University of Limerick, Ireland

REPORTS TO:
Head of Department

Senior Lecturer in Aircraft Maintenance and Operations

TITLE OF POST: Senior Lecturer in Aircraft Maintenance and
Operations

LOCATION: University
of Limerick, Ireland

REPORTS TO: Head
of Department

CONTRACT TYPE: Multiannual

SALARY SCALE: €67,986
- €88,509 p.a.

Research Assistant in Experimental Testing and Analysis of Composite Materials and Processes

Applications are invited for the following position at the University of Limerick, Ireland:

Irish Centre for Composites Research (IComp)

Research Assistant in Experimental Testing and Analysis of Composite Materials and Processes - Specific Purpose Contract                

Salary: €21,850 - €32,930 per annum
(maximum starting salary: €30,200)

Seeking postdoctoral researcher - Molecular Dynamics of CNT-nanocomposites

The Irish Research Council (http://www.ircset.ie/tabid/64/default.aspx) has a funding scheme for postdoctoral researchers. I am seeking someone to submit an application to IRCSET to obtain funding to work within my group, in Modelling of CNT-based nanocomposites. The chances of success are high for candidates with a good research record. The deadline for applications is December 8th.

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