Metamaterial printing using shape memory alloys and functional gradients for a new generation of smart implants
Ref. num. iMPLANT_JM_PD01
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The candidate will work on the optimization of selective laser fusion (SLM) fabrication of scaffold-like structures in shape memory alloys.
hold a Ph.D. in Materials Science, Physics, Chemistry or
related discipline with excellent academic credentials and a strong
commitment to develop an academic career in an international and
multidisciplinary environment. Fluent English (written and oral) is a must.
Full-time contract including social security coverage. Salary depending on previous experience and credentials
language of the Institute is English. Full command of the English language is
required in all positions.
The Institute is committed to equal opportunities for men and women and promoting a
healthy work environment and work-life balance. Female applicants are encouraged to apply in areas where they are underrepresented.
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