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BioTiNet Network offers 12 PhD positions (ESR=Early-Stage Researchers) and 6 post-doctoral positions (ER= Experienced Researchers) coming under different disciplines (Materials Science & Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Microbiology etc.) over the 4-year project. These posts are spread over the BioTiNet partner organisations. The BioTiNet fellows will undertake a total of 18 research projects, embedded in a well-structured training and research programme.


The appointment will be on a temporary basis (regular employment contract). The remuneration will be in line with the EC rules for Marie Curie grant holders (ESR and ER, ITN). The positions require mobility of the applicants. Note that BioTiNet welcomes European and non-European citizens and strives for an equal gender balance.


Application procedure: please send your application by e-mail directly to the partner who is advertising the position (contact details are provided in the job announcement). Remember to include the title / reference number of the job(s) you are interested in.


Eligibility : Applicants must satisfy the eligibility rules stipulated by the FP7 / Marie Curie ITN Guidelines of the European Commission. Strict criteria relating to professional experience (at the time of recruitment) and mobility apply to every position. To check if you are eligible to apply for a position in the network, please check this page: Eligibility criteria.


Details about the open positions and application procedure are given in the tables below.


For general information about vacancies in BioTiNet: contact@biotinet.eu


6 postdoctoral positions (ER)
Job Institution Country / Contact Persons Project title Application deadline Estimated starting date
ER_1

(8 months)

UniVie Austria /
Prof. M.Zehetbauer

Physics based multilevel mechanics of nanostructured Ti-based biomaterials: a modelling approach

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

01.07.2012 The
position
is filled
ER_2

(10 months)

UCAM UK /
Prof. A.L.Greer

Microstructural studies on deformation mechanisms of glass-forming Ti-based materials

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

01.07.2012 The
position
is filled
ER_3

(18 months)

UCAM UK /
Dr. R.A.Brooks

Biosystem-material interactions: Osteoblast behaviour on nanophase Ti-based materials (in vitro studies)

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

01.07.2012 The
position
is filled
ER_4

(10 months)

KUL Belgium /
Prof. J.-P.Kruth

Optimisation and standardisation by post processing and designated characterization of SLM produced porous ß-Ti structures towards orthopaedic applications

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

01.07.2012 The
position
is filled
ER_5

(10 months)

PMT Switzerland /
Dr. A.Blatter
Dr. L.Reclaru

Life cycle assessment complementary studies

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

10.12.2012 The
position
is filled
ER_6

(8 months)

HELIPRO Slovenia /
Dr. M.Gradisar

Optimisation of porous structure morphology for an orthopaedic implant with improved performance and durability

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

01.06.2013 The
position
is filled


12 PhD positions (ESR)
Job Institution Country / Contact Persons Project title Application deadline Status
ESR_1

(36 months)

IFW Germany /
Prof. J.Eckert
Prof. M.Calin

Structural competition and phase transformations in Ti-based materials with ß-stabilizing additions

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

15.04.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_2

(36 months)

UOI Greece /
Dr. Ch.Lekka

Theory-guided bottom-up design of low-rigidity Ti-based alloys (ab initio and molecular dynamics calculations)

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

07.03.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_3

(36 months)

INPG France /
Prof. A.R.Yavari

Grain refinement phenomena upon controlled solidification ("chill-zone" approach) and search for low compliance microstructures

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

31.01.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_4

(36 months)

UAB Spain /
Prof. M.D.Baro

Glass-forming biocompatible Ti-based materials

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

15.03.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_5

(36 months)

UniVie Austria /
Prof. M.Zehetbauer

Nanostructured ß-Ti biomaterials processed by severe plastic deformation

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

31.07.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_6

(36 months)

KUL Belgium /
Prof. J.-P.Kruth

Direct rapid manufacturing of open-cell porous ß-Ti structures by laser powder processing (SLS/SLM)

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

15.06.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_7

(36 months)

UOXF.DJ UK /
Dr. N.Grobert

Biocompatible carbon nanotube / ß-Ti alloy composite materials / surface

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

11.03.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_8

(31 months)

WUT Poland /
Prof. M.Lewandowska

Fatigue and wear resistance of ufg/ns and glassy Ti based biomaterials

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

30.06.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_8b

(5 months)

WUT Poland /
Prof. M.Lewandowska

Fatigue and wear resistance of ufg/ns and glassy Ti based biomaterials

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

31.08.2013 The position
is filled
ESR_9

(36 months)

IFW Germany /
Dr. A.Gebert

Corrosion and electrochemical behaviour of ufg/ns and glassy Ti biomaterials

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

30.07.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_10

(36 months)

UCAM UK /
Prof. S.Best

Functional interfaces between Ti-based substrates and bone: development of innovative bioactive coatings

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

31.01.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_11

(36 months)

KUL Belgium /
Dr. J.Schrooten

Production and designated characterization of functionalized SLM ß-type Ti scaffolds for enhanced bone formation

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

15.06.2011 The position
is filled
ESR_12

(36 months)

IJS - Slovenia /
Prof. S.Novak

In-situ formation of nanostructured bioactive coatings by one-step hydrothermal treatment of Ti-alloys

(read `Job announcement` as .PDF document »)

15.03.2011 The position
is filled

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