16/11/2018
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions

ICCUB PhD projects within INPhINIT, "la Caixa" Foundation Fellowship Programme

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  • ORGANISATION/COMPANY
    Institute of Cosmos Sciences of University of Barcelona
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Physics
  • RESEARCHER PROFILE
    First Stage Researcher (R1)
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
    06/02/2019 10:00 - Europe/London
  • LOCATION
    Spain
  • TYPE OF CONTRACT
    Temporary
  • JOB STATUS
    Full-time
  • HOURS PER WEEK
    37.5
  • EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
    H2020 / Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions COFUND
  • MARIE CURIE GRANT AGREEMENT NUMBER
    713673

The ICCUB is offering 16 PhD projects within INPhINIT program of "la Caixa" Foundation. INPhINIT will select 35 young researchers of all nationalities for a three year program to complete a PhD in one of the centers that has received a distictive Severo Ochoa or Maria de Maeztu award.

The projects offered by ICCUB are:

  • Active Galactic Nuclei in Merging Galaxies: A theoretical Approach[+]

    Group Leader: Josep Maria Solanes Majúa

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/68

    Job Position Description

    The PhD candidate should start by familiarizing with the numerical tools and high-resolution collisionless simulations developed by our group, and then contribute to the implementation of the hydrodynamic modeling of the astrophysical dissipative processes related to the gas cooling, star formation, and feedback in galaxies that have a direct bearing on the feeding of their central SMBHs during a merger. (S)He will then perform and analyze a massive suite of numerical simulations of binary galaxy mergers, focusing on the separations and timescales characterizing dual AGN activity. On a later stage, the candidate is also expected to contribute to the extension of the implementation of the evolutionary equations for baryons to forming galaxy groups, in which galaxies experience multiple collisions and mergers with other group companions, as well as strong interactions with the intragroup environment. The goal of this phase would be to build on the knowledge of the formation scenario of first-ranked objects in galaxy aggregations.

    In order to succeed in his/her task, the candidate will have to deal in a totally self-consistent manner with numerical simulations that combine dark, stellar and multiphase gaseous components, and that have a high enough resolution to minimize the effects linked to the two-body heating, angular momentum loses and alterations of the radiative cooling efficiency. In this context, it is worth noting that our group owns a large parallel supercomputer with 40 CPUs and has preferential access to the massive computing infrastructures of the IAA and IAC, where the PhD student will also be expected to carry part of his/her work. This allows us to guarantee that at all times there will be enough computing power available to perform the numerical simulations required by the thesis.

    Individuals with good analytical/research skills and interested in acquiring a high degree of computer literacy are encouraged to apply.

  • A numerical and semi-analytical approach to study the radiation from powerful astrophysical outflows[+]

    Group Leader: Valentí Bosch-Ramon

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/178

    Job Position Description

    The job position requires some modest experience with structured programming. At least basic understanding of special relativity and fluid dynamics is important. A working knowledge of English is also needed. It is also important to be open to attend conferences and carry out research stays abroad. Finally, what is mostly needed is motivation for solving interesting, but surmountable, physical problems, to work hard, and to learn team work, as well as analytical and synthesis skills.

    There is an important multi-disciplinary element in the job position, as it links basic physics disciplines with applied astrophysics, i.e fluid dynamics in extreme conditions, modeling of radiation from astrophysical sources, and interpretation of observations and planning for prediction testing.

    The doctorate schedule may be organized as follows:

    • The doctoral fellow will develop semi-analytical models and extensions of powerful codes for relativistic magnetohydrodynamics. These extensions will take into account the generation, transport and energy evolution of ultra-relativistic particles in the simulated flow. This tool will permit sound and consistent modeling of powerful and complex sources, not well understood yet. In parallel, the fellow will become familiar with relativistic hydrodynamics, and non-thermal processes. This task would last up to the end of the first half of the PhD.
    • The fellow will apply the developed tools to hot topics in high-energy astrophysics, like gamma-ray production in galactic systems and in extragalactic jets. In parallel, the fellow will become familiar with the observations carried out to study these sources in the whole electromagnetic spectrum. This task would start towards the end of the first year.
    • The fellow may take part in observational campaigns to observe the modeled sources,and participate in the proposal stage as well as in the interpretation of the results.This activity could take place during the second half of the doctoral period.
  • Front End electronics for medical imaging and particle detection[+]

    Group Leader: David Gascón

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/30

    Job Position Description

    The candidate will join the group as a fellow researcher in the Integrated Circuit (IC) design field. This position will focus on developing a new analog FE architecture to overcome the limitations of the current PET technology. The main objective of this project will be the design of a high-density, low power and large dynamic range Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) for the readout of photo-sensors, specially, Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPMs). The electronics will be also applied to future high luminosity colliders, where ps time resolution is required for time tagging of particle interactions and also for LIDAR applications.

    She/he will participate in all phases of IC design flow (design, simulation, layout and verification) and characterization of the front-end electronics in lab test benches, particle detectors and hospitals. The candidate will work in a multidisciplinary environment involving also scientists and international researchers. Lastly, the candidate will work in collaboration with other research groups from CERN and from CIEMAT (Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas) and thus learning from high experience engineers.

    The requisites of the candidate are knowledge and experience in:

    • Engineering degree or similar (preferably Electronics Engineer)
    • IC design (schematic, simulation, layout and verification)

    It would also be desirable to have knowledge in:

    • IC testing, PCB design and layout and SW development
    • Data analysis for IC verification and characterization
    • Medical imaging
    • Radiation detectors/li>
  • Time to Digital converters for fast readout electronics[+]

    Group Leader: Joan Mauricio Ferré

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/326

    Job Position Description

    The candidate will join the group as a fellow researcher in the Integrated Circuit (IC) design field. This position will focus on developing the back-end electronics, i.e., the TDC, for the electronics of a PET system. The objective is to develop a high density TDCs, including 64 readout channels, with a time stamp with a resolution lower than 10ps and decreasing drastically the power consumption up to 1mW per readout channel. This big decrease in power consumption could be achieve, partially, by employing deep submicron technologies, 65nm and below. The candidate will need to tackle the problems of these technologies, such as process variations which directly translate into performance degradation if the layout is not designed properly. Another challenge will be to integrate the back-end electronics with the front-end electronics into a single chip in to increase the level of integration. Lastly, The TDC could be also applied to future high luminosity colliders, where picosecond time resolution is required for time tagging of particle interactions or other applications such as LIDAR.

    She/he will participate in all phases of IC design flow (design, simulation, layout and verification) and characterization of the modules in lab test benches and particle detectors. The candidate will work in a multidisciplinary environment involving also scientists and international researchers.

    The requisites of the candidate are knowledge and experience in:

    • Engineering degree or similar (preferably Electronics Engineer).
    • IC design (schematic, simulation, layout, verification and physical synthesis).

    It would also be desirable to have knowledge in:

    • IC testing, PCB design and layout and SW development.
    • Data analysis for IC verification and characterization.
    • Medical imaging.
  • Exploiting clustering on small (-ish) cosmological scales/PhD Student[+]

    Group Leader: Licia Verde

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/99

    Job Position Description

    The current understanding of the Universe is incomplete. According to the standard cosmological model, its dynamics are governed by two components, dark matter and dark energy, for which we only have indirect evidence and fragmentary theoretical comprehension. Unveiling the nature of this dark sector likely requires either a modification in the standard description of fields and particles or an advancement in our understanding of space and time (by modifying Einstein's General Relativity).

    Next-generation galaxy surveys, such as DESI and Euclid, will play a crucial role in disentangling these two competing scenarios. Together with existing low redshift dataset, these new surveys will provide us with an unprecedented amount of 3-dimensional galaxy clustering information and growth of primordial cosmological perturbations under gravity. The combination of these two probes is key in addressing the big open puzzles introduced above.

    Next-generation surveys aim at an order of magnitude improvement on current cosmological constraints coming from these two key measurements, but, for this to be possible, we have to face a number of challenges. Chief among them is modelling non-linearities in an accurate yet fast way. We envision that a combination of analytical and numerical approaches will be needed, in particular on the modelling of the so-called redshift space distortions. A potentially powerful model was originally introduced by members of this group and there is ample room for further developments.

    You will be working with the group on advanced modelling of non-linear scales from both a theoretical and numerical point of view. The results will be a key step in understanding the unprecedented amount of cosmological information that next-generation survey, such as DESI and Euclid, will deliver.

  • The blind watchers of the sky[+]

    Group Leader: Licia Verde

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/99

    Job Position Description

    This project is oriented in develop blinding techniques for the upcoming cosmology surveys, with special emphasis in DESI and Euclid. Since the major science results from these surveys (e.g., determinaton of neutrino masses, informaton on the mass hierarchy, nature of dark mater, nature of dark energy) have profound implicatons for Fundamental physics, beyond cosmology, the same rigorous standards employed e.g. in partcle physics must now also be applied in Cosmology.

    Blinding is a well developed technique in science and in partcular in partcle physics whereby informaton about the test or measurement is masked (kept) from the experimenter, to reduce or eliminate bias, untl afer a trial outcome is known. Its applicaton is wide even beyond physics, for example it is used extensively in medical trials. Blinding has not really been implemented much in cosmology untl very recently and it has not been applied in the analysis of galaxy surveys. But in the era of accurate and precise cosmology it must become a priority for all ongoing and future surveys. Implementng blinding in galaxy surveys analysis opens up a whole new series of challenges which must be addressed to ensure high quality of the scientfc results. Having not only precise and accurate measurements, but also unafected by the prior cosmological analises, is one of the key aspects of to ensure that the fundamental questons that these projects can be answered, and can be directly imported into the other felds they can impact (fundamental physics, partcle physics etc.). You will work with the group and the DESI team on addressing these challenges and on developing and implementng a blinding strategy for DESI. This will be a critcal item in the path to ensure success and recogniton of the experiment.

  • Cosmology with massive galaxy large scale structure surveys[+]

    Group Leader: Licia Verde

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/99

    Job Position Description

    This project aims to study the content of the Universe, its nature and laws through the large scale structure (LSS) of the Universe.

    One of the most outstanding breakthroughs in the recent history of physics has been the discovery of the accelerated expansion of the Universe, initally via observatons of Type Ia SNe, which was awarded with the Nobel Prize of Physics in 2011. Within General Relatvity, such accelerated expansion can only be included through a positve value of the cosmological constant, which counterstrike force of gravity. Such cosmological constant could be understood as the presence of an exotc form of energy associated to the quantum vacuum, which is usually referred as Dark Energy. Within this framework, the current state-of-the-art observatons suggest that only the 4% of the energy-density content of the Universe is made of partcles we understand at fundamental level, whereas the remaining 96% seems to be dominated by exotc forms of mater and energy we are just startng to classify and characterize. What makes up 96% of the Universe? These are the biggest open questons in the feld, and some of the biggest open questons in physics today. In this project you will address such big open questons through the LSS of the Universe, and in partcular with the future massive galaxy surveys, the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) and EUCLID. This project focuses on how to maximize the scientfc outcome LSS data that these DESI and EUCLID will deliver. In partcular you will focus on, i) to compress and optmize the amount of informaton that we can extract from observatons or experiments, ii) to use higher order-functons to increase the informaton return from these experiments, iii) to develop new techniques to control and correct the systematcs that otherwise would limit the promised precision of these experiments, vi) to study ways of improving robustness of interpretaton of cosmological results and its wider implicatons.

     

  • Fundamental Physics from the Sky[+]

    Group Leader: Raul Jimenez

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/98

    Job Position Description

    The avalanche of data that current astronomical surveys are bringing, allow for precise exploration of the fundamental laws of physics. What was the origin of the early Universe? How did the Universe evolve to our current state? What is Dark energy? Are there extra-dimensions? Is the Universe homogeneous? What lies beyond the current visible horizon? Many of these questions can be answered by a detailed study of data from the sky and a careful theoretical analysis. This projects lies at the most exciting frontier of knowledge currently: cosmology; it will provide the PhD student with a golden opportunity to exploit the golden trove data that is arriving from telescopes worldwide to unveil fundamental laws of nature. The project aims at using data from current and upcoming cosmological surveys like DESI and EUCLID to explore the above frontier of human knowledge. In particular the student will develop tests and make predictions that can shed light into new physics by exploiting observations of the large scale structure of the sky. In this way, the project will seek to unveil what physics beyond the current LCDM paradigm is there, if any.

  • Star formation in the Cosmological Context.[+]

    Group Leader:

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/103

    Job Position Description

    The PhD student who aspires to lead this project will have a keen interest in fundamental astrophysical processes, a demonstrated aptitude for the development and adoption of numerical codes, and a steadfast determination to become a world leader in the field of star formation, with seminal and transformational contributions.

    Though not a strict prerequisite, expertise in cosmology, hydrodynamics, plasma physics, turbulence theory and interstellar radiative processes is desirable. Good knowledge and experience with programming languages is required.

    The student will lead the development of specific code modules, the set up of numerical simulations and the analysis of their results. She/he will also collaborate in the preparation of supercomputing proposals and will be the leading author of at least two publications per year in the second and third year of the project. The student will attend international conferences, workshops and focused schools on computational methods. She/he will spend part of the time at the Star and Planet Formation Center at the University of Copenhagen, to collaborate in the development of a new hydrodynamic code designed specifically for future exascale supercomputers.

    Because of the multidisciplinary nature of this project, requiring expertise in cosmology, interstellar medium physics, star formation, magneto-hydrodynamics and computational methods, the student is expected to interact with different research groups within the Institute of Cosmos Sciences at the University of Barcelona and at other research centers abroad. Besides the collaborators in Copenhagen, the student will interact with researchers from the University of Helsinki (implementation of radiative transfer codes), Harvard University (physics of turbulence), University of Lund (origin of planetesimals), NASA Ames (modeling of dust evolution), Max Planck Institute of Munich (chemistry of protoplanetary disks).

  • The Origin of Terrestrial Planets[+]

    Group Leader: Paolo Padoan

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/103

    Job Position Description

    The PhD student who aspires to lead this project will have a keen interest in fundamental astrophysical processes, a demonstrated aptitude for the development and adoption of numerical codes, and a steadfast determination to become a world leader in the field of star formation, with seminal and transformational contributions.

    Though not a strict prerequisite, expertise in cosmology, hydrodynamics, plasma physics, turbulence theory and interstellar radiative processes is desirable. Good knowledge and experience with programming languages is required.

    The student will lead the development of specific code modules, the set up of numerical simulations and the analysis of their results. She/he will also collaborate in the preparation of supercomputing proposals and will be the leading author of at least two publications per year in the second and third year of the project. The student will attend international conferences, workshops and focused schools on computational methods. She/he will spend part of the time at the Star and Planet Formation Center at the University of Copenhagen, to collaborate in the development of a new hydrodynamic code designed specifically for future exascale supercomputers.

    Because of the multidisciplinary nature of this project, requiring expertise in cosmology, interstellar medium physics, star formation, magneto-hydrodynamics and computational methods, the student is expected to interact with different research groups within the Institute of Cosmos Sciences at the University of Barcelona and at other research centers abroad. Besides the collaborators in Copenhagen, the student will interact with researchers from the University of Helsinki (implementation of radiative transfer codes), Harvard University (physics of turbulence), University of Lund (origin of planetesimals), NASA Ames (modeling of dust evolution), Max Planck Institute of Munich (chemistry of protoplanetary disks).

  • Astrophysical signatures of wave dark matter[+]

    Group Leader: Jordi Miralda-Escudé

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/95

    Job Position Description

    The fellow joining this research program would collaborate in all aspects of the research, and would be trained in the required techniques for numerical calculations, cosmological simulation analysis, or observational data analysis that are required. The proposed topic of the nature of the dark matter is fairly broad and the fellow would have freedom to develop the project in the direction that is most promising and appealing. Required skills are a strong background in fundamental physics and mathematics for numerical analysis.

  • A multi-messenger view of the extreme Universe: photons, neutrinos and cosmic rays from ative galactic nuclei[+]

    Group Leader: Matteo Cerruti

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/68

    Job Position Description

    The candidate will take an active role in the MAGIC and CTA Collaborations. He/she will have immediate access to MAGIC data, and will perform data analysis on AGNs and IceCube neutrino follow-ups. His/her role in CTA will evolve during the three years of the fellowship, from preparation of the observations and the data analysis, to the analysis of the very first CTA data. As part of his/her duty as collaboration member, the candidate will perform observing shifts at the MAGIC telescopes. Being part of an international collaboration, the position demands high mobility and excellent skills in written and oral communication in English.

    In parallel with the observational efforts, the candidate will work on the theoretical interpretation of the gamma-ray and neutrino data. For this part of the project, he/she will work in close interaction with the high-energy group at ICCUB, developing new numerical codes to simulate hadronic emission mechanisms in extragalactic sources. By comparing the predictions of numerical simulations to the gamma-ray and neutrino data, the candidate will constrain acceleration and radiation mechanisms in AGNs.

    The candidate will present his/her results in international conferences and will take a leading role in writing refereed papers on behalf of the collaborations.

    An excellent background in statistics, data analysis and computational physics is required.

  • Data mining of Gaia releases: detection of Ultra Faint Dwarf Galaxies in the Galactic halo as probes for cosmological models[+]

    Group Leader: Xavier Luri

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/43

    Job Position Description

    The PhD will be integrated in the Gaia group at the ICCUB under the group leader direction, combined with a co-direction from Dr. Rosa M Badia, leader of the WDC group at the BSC. This dual supervision will ensure the formation and support both in astrophysics and computing sciences. Dr. L.M. Sarro, from UNED, will bring the expertise on Bayesian parametric inference.

    The candidate will participate in the regular Astrophysics, Cosmology training courses (including outreach and communication) at the ICCUB and the BSC. She/he will be responsible to write papers in referred journals. She/he will also join. The WDC group does research in parallel programming models, more specifically in task-based programming models for distributed computing platforms. The group has been deploying their research in the PyCOMPSs/COMPSs programming framework, and has been developing several data mining algorithms like clustering classification and machine learning algorithms.

    The research experience and transferable skills gained will prepare the applicant not only for academy but also, if desired, for a research employment in other fields and even sectors. The applicant will strongly develop problem solving abilities, technical skills on big data, for sure useful in a broader employment market of the current times (e.g. working as a data scientist). We will provide to the candidate the skills needed to deal with the scientific exploitation of Gaia. She/he will be a member of the Gaia GREAT European network, in close connection with the Gaia Challenge DPAC-CU9 Working Group (DPAC: Gaia Data Processing and Analyzing Consortium, 400 European engineers and scientist working in Gaia). That will provide to the candidate training in a number of key areas including galactic and extragalactic astronomy and distributed computing, all of them focused on exploiting advanced database technologies to better facilitate the analysis and interpretation of Gaia's immense datasets.

  • Black holes in stellar binary systems[+]

    Group Leader: Marc Ribó

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/57

    Job Position Description

    This job position is focused on the observational study of binary systems with potential black holes with high-energy emission up to at least X rays. The PhD student will get familiar with HMXBs in general, and with those containing Be stars in particular. He/she will be introduced in the physics of accreting compact objects and in the scenarios producing broadband non-thermal emission. He/she will participate in the scientific justification and technical preparation of observational proposals, as well as in the data reduction and analysis processes, which will conclude in the interpretation of the obtained results and subsequent publication in peer-review international refereed journals. He/she will become member of the MAGIC Collaboration and might have to conduct observational shifts with the MAGIC telescopes.

    During the first year the PhD student will inspect and cross-correlate different multi-wavelength catalogues to search for new black hole candidates in binary systems and will propose observations to identify them. In parallel, he/she will analyze X-ray/radio observations already available and planned for the two Be binary systems identified. He/she will also contribute to understand the observed behavior at other wavelengths.

    During the second year the student will analyze the obtained data from the observations of the black hole candidates proposed in the first year to assess or reject their possible black hole nature. In parallel, he/she will work to build up a physical model that is consistent with the available observational data, to gain knowledge on the physical processes happening inside the already known systems. He/she will also participate in the elaboration of new observational proposals to test the physical models.

    During the third year of the PhD the student will analyze the observations planned during the second year to constrain the physical models of the HMXBs. He/she will summarize the work done to be defended as a PhD Thesis.

  • Star formation at high redshift: clues from globular clusters[+]

    Group Leader: Mark Gieles

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/543

    Job Position Description

    We will provide the candidate with the models for the stellar mass function, the dynamical models (LIMEPY) and the methods for fitting the models to the various observations. The supervisor has developed these models and has worked for several years on various observational applications (see related links). There may be the need to do numerical N--‐body simulations on dedicated Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) to generate mock data for doing tests of the dynamical models. Within the ICCUB there is a wealth of experience on scientific exploitation of data from the ESA--‐Gaia mission. This will provide training in a number of key areas on galactic and extragalactic astronomy; all of them focussing on exploiting advanced database technologies to better facilitate the analysis and interpretation of Gaia's immense datasets.

    List of desirable skill sets for the candidates:

    • 1. Basic concepts of stellar and Galactic dynamics;
    • 2. Some experience with statistics: e.g. maximum likelihood methods;
    • 3. Python programming language, Latex editing and Unix/Linux as operating system.

    The candidate will benefit from all the regular Astrophysics, Cosmology and Data Mining training courses at the ICCUB and specific courses on scientific communication and outreach. She/he will be in charge of writing the corresponding papers in refereed journals (Astrophysical Journal, MNRAS, etc). The research experience and transferable skills gained will prepare the applicant not only for academia but also, if desired, for a research employment in other fields and even sectors. The applicant will develop problem--‐solving skills and working with big data, all of which are useful in a broad range of future employments.

  • First science with the CTA Large Sized Telescope[+]

    Group Leader: Marc Ribó

    http://icc.ub.edu/people/57

    Job Position Description

    This job position is aimed for a young physicist with a strong interest in high-energy astrophysics, with some previous knowledge on the topic. He/she will become a member of the CTA Consortium, the LST sub-consortium and the MAGIC Collaboration. He/she will analyze, for the first time, gamma-ray data of CTA telescopes. For this reason, knowledge in python programming is desirable. The student will work in an international collaboration of hundreds of people and might have to travel de the Canary Island of La Palma to conduct commissioning and/or observational shifts of the LST-1 and MAGIC telescopes.

    During the first year the PhD student will help in the end of the commissioning and in the start of scientific observations with the LST-1 together with the MAGIC telescopes. This will provide him/her with a good knowledge of the data-reduction pipeline, in which development he/she might have to contribute.

    During the second year it is foreseen that the student starts reducing scientific data of galactic and extragalactic transient sources such as microquasars, gamma-ray binaries, gamma-ray bursts or fast radio bursts. The student will participate in the whole process, from the scientific justification of observational proposals to the data reduction, interpretation and publication of the obtained results. There will be particular emphasis in studying detailed VHE spectra to check if they can be fitted with simple power laws or if there are high-energy cut-offs. Short timescale variability will also be studied in these sources. The final goal is to constrain the astrophysical scenarios behind the sources, to unveil if the emission processes are basically leptonic (such as synchrotron and Inverse Compton) or hadronic (pion production and decay).

    During the third year of the PhD the student will propose new observations to be conducted with the 4 LSTs of CTA-North and will summarize the work done to be defended as a PhD Thesis.

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      Requirements for candidates:

      • In order to be accepted, candidates must meet the following eligibility requirements:

        • Experience: At the call deadline, applicants must be in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers and not yet have been awarded a doctoral degree.

        • Studies pursued: At the time of recruitment, candidates must comply with one of the following options:

          - To have completed the studies that lead to an official university degree adapted to the European Higher Education Area awarding 300 ECTS credits, of which at least 60 ECTS credits must correspond to master level.

          - To have completed a degree in university not adapted to the European Higher Education Area that gives access to doctoral studies. The verification of an equivalent level of studies to the ones mentioned above will be made by the university when the admission procedure starts.

        • Geographic mobility:

          For candidates applying to Spanish centres or units: Candidates must not have resided or have carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Spain for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the call deadline.

          For candidates applying to Portuguese centres or units: Candidates must not have resided or have carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Portugal for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the call deadline.

          Short stays, such as holidays, done in a country other than their country of usual residence (where they carried out their main activity), will be considered as time spent in their country of usual residence.

        • Level of English: Candidates must have a demonstrable level of English (B2 or higher).

        • Complete applications: Only candidates whose applications meet all the requirements of the call may be accepted.

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        INSTITUT DE CIÈNCIES DEL COSMOS
        Spain
        Barcelona
        08028
        c/Martí i Franquès 1

        EURAXESS offer ID: 355859

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