Postdoctoral researchers for EU Project

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The UCAM-SENS is a new scientific initiative that strives for the true digital transformation of key domains such as Health, Sport, Food, and the Environment, by using advanced (bio)chemical sensing based on electrochemistry and imaging principles. The UCAM-SENS is led by two well-recognized worldwide investigators, Prof. Maria Cuartero (ERC Fellow) and Prof. Gaston Crespo, who after an extensive academic career in Switzerland and Sweden of ten years, set this unique research and educational environment at the UCAM. 

The mission of UCAM-SENS is established on four pillars: (i) RESEARCH, synergy of fundamental and applied investigations with remarkable significance, quality and high impact, resulting in tangible outcomes that solve current and future societal challenges; (ii) EDUCATION, personalized education at master and Ph.D. levels in chemical digitalization with sub-branches such as bioelectrochemistry, analytical methods, nano-chemistry, imagining, micro-fluidics, etc. (iii) INNOVATION, materialize research ideas into concrete business cases, advance the technological readiness accompanied with alternatives to reach end-users aiming at improving the citizens’ life, our environment and surrounded. Note that we are a foundation with a social mission, and thus, benefits are fully re-invested in our research purpose. (iv) INDUSTRIAL PARTNERSHIP, the UCAM-SENS has the required scientific knowledge to develop sustainable research, development, and innovation projects (R+D+I) in cooperation with the industrial sector toward a mutual benefit. In addition, UCAM-SENS is located at the HiTech4 research building (research incubator and accelerator), which is a multicultural and multidisciplinary environment where people, ideas, knowledge, and necessities meet altogether to pose and address new challenges.


We are recruiting 3 postdoctoral researchers associated to the project “ERC-StG, Conquerions – Conquering a New Paradigm for Addressing Ion Detection in Real Scenarios”;  https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/851957


The successful candidates should possess the following combination of skills and experience:


  • Have a Ph.D. degree in Chemistry or Engineering Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, or related fields.
  • Demonstrated experience in one (or more) of these domains: 
    • Ion-transfer electrochemistry
    • Scanning electrochemical microscopy
    • Spectroelectrochemistry
    • Electrochemical nanoimpacts
    • Electroanalysis
    • Electrochemistry

(please, refer to or attach publications related to the above experience)

  • Advance English level 
  • Independent worker
  • Collaborative and professional
  • Able to analyse and work with complex issues


  • Job Location: Murcia, Spain (100% on Campus).
  • Start Date: 1 January 2023 (not negotiable).
  • A workplace divided in small clusters according to different research lines in the UCAM-SENS.
  • Working hours: full-time.
  • Monthly salary according to postdoctoral researcher salary agreement in the UCAM. 
  • Contract time: 3 years

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