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FinnCERES flagship hiring 20 doctoral students or postdocs at Aalto and VTT

FinnCERES – a joint competence center for the materials bioeconomy between Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd funded by the Academy of Finland’s flagship programme – is broadening its operations and looking for 20 talented and motivated doctoral students or postdoctoral researchers. The appointments are available immediately.
Lignocellulose samples by Mohamed Magd. Photo: Valeria Azovskaya

The call is open until 14 June 2019, but applications will be considered until all the positions are filled.

Please find more information about the openings on the FinnCERES website and apply online to the key area of expertise:
-Interactions and modelling
-Biomass fractionation and modification
-Structured materials
-Advanced materials and products

https://www.finnceres.fi/

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