If you are looking for a nano-position. PhD and PostDoc positions around the world, from USA, Europe to India...

 

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Hi,
I am finishing my PhD Analytical Chemistry in the month of September 2011. My field of PhD work is "MALDI TOF Mass spectrometry and Capillary electrophoretic analysis nanoparticles and nanomaterials".
I have 3 years of industrial and academic experience in multi-disciplinary fields like Biotechnology, protein purification, protein characterization and microbiology. Here are my educational qualifications.
1. Ph.D. Analytical chemistry (2008-2011 expected)
2. Masters in Biotechnology (2003-2006)
3. Bachelors in Microbiology (2000-2003)

I am looking for a research oriented position which explores my skills.
I am looking for PostDoc position or a good job in abroad. I recently completed my PhD in nano-agriculturee. My research topic was "Nutrient release pattern of nanofertilizer formulations" from Tamil Nadu agricultural University, Coimbatore, India.
Does anyone know the effective programme (Software tool) to find out the lattice parameter from XRD pattern
You can try the FullProf program (http://www.ill.eu/sites/fullprof/). This is a free software.

clear toffel and apply outside. u can get ok sumanta

 

I am looking for Phd in Nanobiomaterials, i completed my M.tech in Nanotechnology with thesis titled "Comparative Study on Biomimetically Synthesised NanoHydroxyapatite with BSA, Methionine and Glycine". my mail id: arunsmart.18@gmail.com

Dear All,

I am doing my Ph.D. on exchange bias phenomenon in core-shell-type magnetic nanoparticles using different techniques, such as dc/ac magnetization, neutron diffraction, polarized neutron small angle scattering (SANSPOL), etc.

I will be submitting my Ph.D. thesis in November 2011.

I am looking for a Postdoc position in the area of nanomagnetism or neutron scattering.

Kindly let me know, if you have/come across any such vacancy.

 

With best regards,

P. K. Manna

E-mail:pkmanna1@gmail.com

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am REVINGTON BABU, Chennai, India. I am looking for a PhD position in nanotechnology. I am a gold mdalist in my B.Sc Physics. I have completed M.Sc M.Phil B.Ed in Physics (Pre-PhD program in India) at St.Joseph's College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India. "Synthesis and Characterization of pure and copper doped ZnO" is the title of my thesis. I have 7.0 IELTS band score. I am creative and able to work well in a team. I have got all my academic certificates legalized. I am quick learner.I shall certainly bring laurrels to the people who hire me.

 

Thanking you

 

With innovation and creativity,

Revington Babu

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I am looking for PhD in Nanobiotechnology in abroad with scholarship. I have published one of my paper in the subject of Nanobiotechnology and hence wanna carry my PhD research further in this field. Please help me out how to find relevant universities/institutions in abroad giving scholarships to Indian students.

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