IMDEA Energy Institute is seeking talented postdoctoral researchers to apply for the MSCA-2024-PF, with a submission deadline of September 11th, 2024. The institute has extensive experience in hosting and training postdoctoral fellows, having received several EU-funded MSCA grants, including 7 MSCA-PF and 4 COFUND, which have supported 32 postdoctoral fellowships. Additionally, IMDEA Energy Institute has been awarded the Seal of Excellence in Human Resources for Research (HRS4R).

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA-PF) are highly esteemed positions funded by the European Union, designed to support researchers aiming to pursue their work, gain new skills, and advance their careers. These fellowships offer a highly competitive salary and benefits, including mobility and family allowances, as well as research costs.

Who we are?

The IMDEA Energy Institute is a Maria de Maeztu Research Centre located close to Madrid (Móstoles – Spain), which aims at contributing to the establishment of an efficient and sustainable energy system with a high degree of decarbonisation, economically competitive and securing energy supply. To this end, its research efforts are concentrated on promoting the development of renewable energies and clean energy technologies.

Check out the Expressions of Interests (EOI) offered by IMDEA Energy Research Groups and apply to join us in the following energy fields:

How to express your interest in a MSCA Postdoctoral Fellowship at IMDEA Energy Institute:

Before sending your application, please carefully check the full description of the eligibility criteria, specific call requirements, deadlines in the Guide for Applicants and on the call page on the Funding & Tenders Portal.

Eligible candidates should send their interest to the supervisor/contact person indicated within each EOI, providing the required documents, no later than July 5th, 2024.

Who are eligible for applying?

All interested researchers:

  • must be in possession of a doctoral degree or have successfully defended their doctoral thesis prior to the date of submission (September 11th,2024).
  • must have a maximum of eight-years of research experience, from the date of the award of their PhD degree. Maternity leave, paternity leave, extended absence due to long-term illness, non-research employment, compulsory national service and Research conducted in a non-associated Third Country (TC), applicable to nationals or long-term residents of a Member State or Associated Country aiming to return to Europe will not count towards the above maximum.
  • must comply with mobility rules: they must not have resided or worked in Spain for more than 12 months in the 36 months preceding the date of submission of the proposal.

(All admissibility and eligibility conditions are detailed in the Guide for Applicants 2024).