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              Postdoctoral researcher - kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation Development and Application

              Tyndall National Institute

              MN-17 Postdoctoral researcher - kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation Development and Application

              Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term

              Tyndall National Institute invites applications to a 12-month, full time research position in the Materials Modelling for Devices group to develop and apply kinetic Monte Carlo simulations to novel materials and their processing. The researcher will also work on transnational access projects as part of the ASCENT+ access program (www. ascent.network)

              Purpose of Role

              Reporting to the Head of Group – Materials Modelling for Devices in the Tyndall MicroNanoSystems Centre, the researcher will be responsible for developing an activity focussed on implementing kinetic Monte Carlo methods for modelling for materials processing and interfaces in materials stacks. The researcher will furthermore work on ASCENT+ transnational projects that involve significant modelling activities.

              The role requires a strong background in the development and use of kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation methods, expertise in analysis of simulation outputs and a willingness to expand skillset into machine learning and first principles simulations. Collaboration with internal and external researchers will also be required.

              As part of this role the candidate will apply to relevant funding programs to support their research strategy, e.g. Science Foundation Ireland-IRC Pathway program, and take training and development opportunities at Tyndall and UCC to drive their wider training and development.

              Key Responsibilities

              Leading research on development and implementation of atomistic kinetic Monte Carlo (kMC) simulations.

              Use these kMC simulations to explore, inter alia, atomic level processing chemistry and tunnel junction stacks.

              Work directly with research collaborators on ASCENT+ supported transnational projects that have a strong modelling activity.

              Delivering high quality research outputs and publishing results in highest quality scientific and technical publications (targeting 1st quartile)

              Applying to relevant funding calls to secure longer-term support for this research program.

              Mentoring and supporting of PhD students and new postdoctoral researchers as needed.

              Promoting Open Science within the group.

              Clear commitment to personal and career development

              Support education and public engagement activities

              Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system and with the required Health and Safety standards.

              Carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of

              Essential Criteria

              A PhD degree in a relevant technical discipline – chemistry, physics, materials science

              Typically with 1 year's post-PhD experience in delivering high quality research outputs

              Background in kMC simulations, including development and use of this simulation method.

              Demonstrated ability to collaborate with other researcher and research teams.

              Track record in publishing high quality scientific publications

              Commitment to personal training and development

              Desirable Criteria

              Evidence of entrepreneurial experience

              Evidence of creative skills/creativity

              Project/programme management training

              Strong report writing skills

              Excellent communication skills to interact with a range of researchers.

              Commitment to Open Science, e.g. open access publications, codes and/or research data

              Tyndall National institute has a proactive entrepreneurial culture and we welcome applications from candidates who possess entrepreneurial and creative skills/experience, including the creation of technology start-ups.

              What we offer

              Individual Development Plans: Staff work with their managers to create detailed career “roadmaps” that take into account their interests and aspirations as well as the business needs of their Centre and the Institute.

              Learning & Development Opportunities: Staff can take advantage of learning and development opportunities, including leadership and management development skills, project management, industry and job specific learning, and including general business, finance, and technology skills.

              Opportunities for mentoring and day-to-day technical supervision of PhD students in the group

              Opportunities for Outreach and public engagement activities

              Support for preparation of competitive research proposals.

              Appointment may be made on the IUA Scale for Postdoctoral Researcher 歐元 42,031 - 歐元 48,427 pa. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy.

              Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Dr. Michael Nolan at Michael.nolan@tyndall.ie

              Closing date of applications is 10th November 2023


              Clickhere to Apply

              Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process.

              The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process.

              Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector.

              At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies.

              Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer






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