Research group Bio-Inorganic Chemistry (QBI)
Research group Bio-Inorganic Chemistry (QBI)

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ICREA / Universitat de Barcelona

Departament de Química Inorgànica

Research group QBI
Martí i Franquès 1-11
08028 Barcelona

 

You can call us at: +34 934021225

 

You may also contact us by email using the contact form (Name, email & message)

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There are no currently grant-funded PhD and postdoc positions in the QBI group.

Postdocs

Postdoc positions may be possible for those prepared to seek their own funding from the following sources:

  • Postdoctoral Junior Grants from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness; subprogramme Postdoctoral grant - next call: end 2016.
  • Postdoctoral Senior Grants from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness; subprogramme "Ramón y Cajal" (MICINN-RYC) - next call: end 2016.
  • Postdoctoral Marie Curie Fellowships (Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowships for Career Development) - daline: 14 September 2016.
  • Postdoctoral Grants from the Government of Catalonia (Generalitat de Catalunya); program Beatriu de Pinós - next call: end 2016.

Graduate applicants (PhD grants)

Graduate students who wish to pursue a PhD in one of our research topics are encouraged to apply for PhD grants through the following programmes:

Undergraduate researchers

QBI welcomes involvement by undergraduate students who seek training experience in research investigation. Students should have a record of past work indicating potential to progress successfully to PhD training. The QBI staff including lab's PhDs and postdocs work directly with students who are prepared to develop original research projects.

Interested undergraduate students should contact us.

The University of Barcelona has signed general student-exchange agreements with international universities under the Erasmus program (check this possibility with your University).

The University of Barcelona participates in two Erasmus Mundus projects in the field of Chemistry selected by the European Commission in 2012: the new master in Chemical Innovation and Regulation (ChIR) and the renewed Erasmus Mundus in Quality in Analytical Laboratories (EMQAL).