LONDON The European Commission is searching for an executive director for the ENIAC nanoelectronics research body and separately for the ARTEMIS emebded systems research body.
Based in Brussels and implementing a Joint Technology Initiative on Nanoelectronics, the Joint Undertaking (JU) ENAIC is an innovative public-private par tnership aimed at leveraging investments in the nanoelectronics sector in Europe.
It will foster R & D collaboration between all stakeholders such as industry, public authorities, academia and research centres, pulling together and focusing the research effor t. The Joint Undertaking should also achieve effective coordination and synergy of resources and funding from the Seventh Research Framework Programme (FP7), industry, national R & D programmes and intergovernmental R & D schemes (Eureka), thus contributing to strengthening Europe's future growth, competitiveness and sustainable development.
The ARTEMIS JU is a similar operation covering embedded systems in Europe.
Applicants for both positions must be a national of a Member State of the European Union, or of a country associated to the Seventh Research Framework Programme, have a level of education corresponding to a full university education, as evidenced by a diploma, where the normal duration of the studies in question is four years or more, in a field related to the duties, have at least 15 years' postgraduate experience, have at least five years of professional experience gained in a high-level management function.
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