Excellent theoritical and pratical skills in organic and/or organometallic chemistry, good oral and writing skills in English (or in French), ability to work independently and in collaboration are expected. Applications should be addressed by email to Dr Nicolas Blanchard (email@example.com) and/or Dr Vincent Bizet (firstname.lastname@example.org) including a CV, a copy of transcripts, a cover letter stating qualifications, motivation and research interests, and the contact of at least 2 referees.
Potential candidates are encouraged to request more information about available positions. Application of candidates to national or international grants is encouraged.
NEW on March 28th : The 2019 competition for Unistra PhD positions has just started!
The University of Strasbourg will select 14 students through a competition explained here, with a strict calendar (here). If you’re interested in joining us, we propose topic #9 of the following list.
As the selection criteria of the Doctoral School are quite stringent, only applicants with an excellent academic record will be considered (>14/20 for the master 1 and master 2 for French students, or equivalent for foreign students).
Interested? Send an email to email@example.com with all the documents listed above.