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Postdoctoral position in the field of Ultra High Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

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The Czech Technical University in Prague - University Center for Energy Efficient Buildings, offers one postdoctoral positions in the fields of modeling, simulation, assessment, and optimization of multi-functional materials and structures.

The present project will be supervised by a mentor from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague. The project is supported by the European Union, through the Operational Program Research and Development for Innovations, project No. CZ.1.07/2.3.00/30.0034.

Specific topics include

  1. Ultra High Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete in different loading conditions
    Mentor: Petr Konvalinka (petr.konvalinka@fsv.cvut.cz)

General requirements

We are looking for candidates who: 

  • hold Ph.D. degrees (or equivalent) in related research areas issued between 29 March 2008 and 18 January 2015;
  • have the ability to perform independent research with a strong emphasis on publications in refereed journals; and,
  • possess excellent communication skills and written/verbal knowledge of the English language.

We offer 

  • the possibility to work in a newly established dynamic and ambitious research center with state-of-the art equipment;
  • contracts lasting until 30 June, 2015, with critical evaluations after the first year;
  • gross salaries of 56,000 CZK per month (approximately 2,200 Euro or 2,800 USD; the average gross salary in the Czech Republic is about 1,000 Euro);
  • coverage of travel expenses of up to 55,000 CZK per year;
  • coverage of operating costs of up to 40,000 CZK per year; and,
  • three-month internships at foreign universities or companies.

Interested candidates are invited to send their applications directly to the mentor, using the e-mail address provided above, no later than 18 January 2014.

Additional details are available here .

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