Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) aim to support the career development and training of researchers in all scientific disciplines through international and intersectoral mobility.
The fellows carry out their own research project in collaboration with a host institution, which is indicated at the time of their application. Researchers of all ages, nationalities and scientific disciplines can apply.
Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA-PF) provide an extremely enriching experience, that enhance the career perspectives for researchers by developing new scientific competences and gaining international and collaborative research experience.
There are more than 200 UCM research groups interested in hosting researchers through MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowships.
They are looking for ambitious, creative and scientifically curious researchers who meet the MSCA-PF eligibility criteria.
If you are ready to take the next step in your research career look into our university's host offers.
The Complutense University of Madrid as host institution, through a dedicated European Research Office, supports MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship candidates both in the application process and in managing the grant.
We offer, among other specific support services, an in-depth review of the proposal by experienced advisors: internal deadline to send the draft proposal to office is August 31, 2021.
The next section include information about several UCM supervisors that have expressed their interests to host MSCA experienced researchers in their research group. If you are interested in one of them, you should contact the corresponding Scientific Supervisor directly.
The web search application will help you find the offer that best suits your interests. Just enable and use the filters (click on the filter icon). You can search by faculty, research area, and research topic to be proposed / description of the research group (by means of keywords). Visit the links provided in the search results (table below) to display further information.
Some offers the supervisors ask for particular documents. If you are required to submit a project proposal or you do not know exactly what send to present your candidature, you can use our template 'One Page Proposal'.
Faculty / Institute
Faculty of Chemical Science
Our research group works on the development of Laser Techniques for analytical applications. Given the multidisciplinary importance and use of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), we have successfully applied this technique to biological and geological samples, particularly with the identification and detection of pathogens for public safety-oriented applications, forensics environmental studies, and geology. The samples that have been studied include aerosols, human bones, and teeth, bacteria and fungi, swine tissues, honey, wine, milk, archaeological bones, speleothems, coral, and seashells.
Mainly we investigate the atomic and molecular signatures generated by LIBS and the application of chemometric methods for the analysis of the data. During the past years where our group has advanced in exploring the LIBS technique in various fields, it has also shown great progress in the area of chemometrics. Further work includes the study of processes in the plasma through analytical data processing of the laser-plasma spectra, applying a broad range of chemometric tools.
The members of our group have been engaged in theoretical and experimental research activities in various fields within the area of Laser Chemistry. We are particularly interested in laser ablation processes, and combining these with different techniques and analysis processes.
Development of spectroscopic techniques for analytical applications: This line of research focuses on the analysis and study of the composition of elemental materials using plasma spectroscopy generated by laser ablation (Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, or LIBS). A priority aspect is the development of new methods and techniques of analysis, mainly focused on the detection and identification of elements and compounds in agri-food, environmental management, and security-oriented applications.
Statistical and mathematical methods applied to spectroscopy analysis: This research line deals with and studies different mathematical and statistical procedures applied to spectroscopic data processing, for both analysis and modeling. A priority aspect is the development of methods and instruments for industrial and quality control processes based on optical, spectroscopic, and luminescence techniques.
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Tenure-Track Position for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowships?
The "Plan de Actuaciones en Profesorado 2020-23 (ES)" of the Complutense University includes among its calls several options for further hiring of researchers with a PhD. All options require an excellent CV and being granted National Accreditation.
Among the requirements for the stabilization of a Researcher to Assistant Professor, it is required that the researcher has spent at least 3 years as a researcher hired by the UCM in a competitive public call.
Global Fellowships are open to researchers currently within or outside Europe who want to move to a Third Country for 1-2 years and then come back to the Complutense University for an additional year. Therefore, researchers who have been awarded a three-year Global Fellowship would be, after the end of the project and with the current regulatory framework, in a position to meet this condition.
In certain situations, it has been possible for a researcher with at least 2 years working at UCM to opt for a position as a junior Associate Professor.