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News Post-Doc, University of Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain

The Aragon I+D Fundation offers a permanent research position for a Post-Doc Researcher with previous experience in hydraulics and water resources, namely expertise in one or more of the following topics:
1. Numerical modelling (good knowledge of programming language).
2. Hydraulics.
3. Hydrology.
4. Advanced experimental techniques in fluid dynamics.
A postdoctoral experience, of more than 6 years with a minimum stay of two years in a prestigious research centre will be required. The participation in research projects and publications in international journals will be basic requirements.
This Post Doc researcher will be incorporated to a Fluid Mechanics research group within the University of Zaragoza (Spain) and in charge of tasks foreseen in ongoing projects. However, this Post-Doc Researcher is also expected to have the skills to apply for new research projects, both national and international, coordinated by him/her self, contributing to strengthen a favourable research environment. It is expected from the new Post-Doc researcher the availability to supervise or co-supervise the work of younger researchers and PhD students in his/her area of expertise.
Although the regular involvement in academic activities is not foreseen, there will be invitations for lecturing on topics related to his/her expertise in the scope of intensive advanced courses (MSc and PhD levels). This specialised collaboration will allow the Post-Doc Researcher to acquire a useful and positive experience, being considered most welcome.
Good listening comprehension, oral communication, and writing skills in English are essential.
Application deadline: September 26, 2008
Candidates should send by e-mail the following documents (pdf): CV; Three selected publications illustrative of the candidate’s previous work in the area; Motivation letter, including the candidate’s personal view regarding his/her skills to fulfill the position.

Contact information University of Zaragoza (email:
News type Vacancies
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Source of information The Aragon I+D Fundation
Geographical coverage Spain
News date 21/07/2008
Working language(s) ENGLISH