[Pw_forum] INTERESTING position available soon

Stefano Baroni baroni at sissa.it
Sat Sep 15 15:31:11 CEST 2007

Dear Quantum Espressionists,

this is to inform you that a "technologist" position is going to be  
advertised soon by the DEMOCRITOS National Simulation Center in  
Trieste, in collaboration with the Scuola Internazionale Superiore di  
Studi Avanzati (SISSA), to work on the development and maintenance of  
the software distributed with QE (mainly, but not exclusively, PWscf,  

The candidate will have the responsability of coordinating the team  
of developers, initially under the supervision of and later, in  
collaboration with Paolo Giannozzi.

A good deal of scientific independence will be granted to the  
succesful applicant. By this I mean that it is expected that a  
fraction of his/her worktime (say, of the order of 1/3) will be  
devoted to his/her own research in total and complete independence.

The salary will be of the order of 1500 €/month after taxes,  
including full social security (national public pension funds) and  
health insurance.

The contract will be initially for one year, automatically renewable  
for two more years. Although no formal commitment can be made at this  
time, it is expected that the job will become tenurable before the  
deadline of the third year.

I would like to invite potentially interested candidates to submit an  
informal "expression of interest" with a brief CV and list of  
publications to:

Prof. Paolo Giannozzi
p.giannozzi at fisica.uniud.it

The post will not be officially advertised until suitable expression  
of interests are received.

More information are of course available upon request either from me  
or from Paolo.


Stefano Baroni

Stefano Baroni - SISSA  &  DEMOCRITOS National Simulation Center -  
[+39] 040 3787 406 (tel) -528 (fax) / stefanobaroni (skype)

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