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Applications should include the following information to be provided in two separate pdf files:
File 1: a detailed CV including the months (not just years) when referring to your education and work experience; a transcript of your MSc. diploma including course names and grades; a list of your publications; the contact details of two references who can provide letters of recommendation (please do not include any letters).
File 2: a letter of motivation including a 2-page plan on how your research is going to contribute to beyond state-of-the-art research on the specific project topics. In case you apply for a position on basis of your research idea, provide a 1-page motivation together with the 2-page research plan.
We are looking for candidates that can contribute to the project's research objectives directly from the start. Therefore, a strong motivation letter and research plan are a must to be considered a candidate for the research positions. Only complete applications will be considered.
A selection of applications will be invited for job interviews. During the interviews, the applicants will be asked to present and defend their research plans. If completed successfully and depending on the candidate, we will ask the candidate to do a specific assignment of which the results will need to be presented during a second interview.