Research Associate Materials Science

Experience : Freshers
Education : M Phil / Phd
Location : Kolkata
Job Role : Research/JRF/SRF
Posted on 21 Jun 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 30 Jul 19
Adv No: PS/DM/018 

Research Associate  Materials Science (RA-I) recruitment in Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS)  purely on temporary basis

Essential Qualifications: The candidate should have Ph.D. in Materials Science/ Physical Sciences. 

The candidate must have expertise in the fabrication of nanostructures (nanoparticles, nanowires, nanotubes, core-shell and complex nanocomposites) and thin-films using physical vapour deposition process, solvothermal, sol-gel and /or other materials syntheses processes and should have profuse experience in structural, morphological and wide range of properties characterization techniques for electrical, magnetic, caloric, dielectric, ferroelectric, piezoelectric and related alternative energy applications. Knowing how to fabricate nanoscale devices and to operate high precision electrical equipment, and high vacuum chambers will be required. Having basic computational skills in LabView and knowing Finite element analysis are plus but optional for applying in this position.

Fellowship: As per rules of the institute

Duration: Initial appointment for one year and may be extended further depending on the performance.
Job Type : Full Time
Interview Type : Face to Face Interview
How to apply

Walk-in interview will be held in the School of Physical Sciences, IACS by 30th July, 2019.

The candidates should email their detailed CV, mentioning their proficiency in some/all of the above criteria, a short research statement (no more than 2 pages) on the past research accomplishments and future research plans along with the names of 3 referees for recommendations as a single .pdf file to

 Shortlisted candidates will be informed via email about the interview schedule.

Company Description
Founded on July 29, 1876 by Dr Mahendra Lal Sircar, IACS is the oldest institute in India devoted to the pursuit of fundamental research in the frontier areas of basic sciences. Professor C V Raman worked at IACS during 1907 to 1933, and it is here that he discovered the celebrated Effect that bears his name and for which he was awarded Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.