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Research Assistant/Associate In In-Situ Characterisation Of Nano-Structured Silicon-Based Lithium Ion Batteries

A position exists for a Research Assistant/Associate to work on the In-situ Characterisation of Nano-structured Silicon-based Lithium Ion Batteries. The post is in collaboration with Prof Grey of the University of Cambridge Chemistry Department and funded under ERC project "InSituNANO" which explores atomic level mechanisms that govern the growth and device behaviour of nanomaterials in realistic process environments.

The successful candidate is expected to have or is close to…

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PhD on plasmon-enhanced detection of single-molecule enzyme activity

Optical methods to study the function of single enzymes have initiated a revolution because they revealed marked differences between individual molecules in a seemingly homogeneous population. The diffraction limit of light has largely restricted these single-molecule fluorescence studies to dilute and buffered solutions which are not representative for the concentrated cellular environment. In this project you will exploit the strongly confined field around a plasmonic nanoparticle to study…

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Postdoctoral Researcher - Labex DAMAS, France

Subject : Development of the TKD method in a new configuration for orientation mapping at a nanometer scale. 

Keywords : Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction in SEM (TKD), Electron Microscopy, Orientation Imaging Microscopy, Nanomaterials.

You will join the 3TAM and TMP groups in the LEM3 (Laboratory of Microstructure studies and Mechanics of Materials) and work on a research topic…

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Post-doctoral position - Bio-Analytical Chemistry - CEA Grenoble, France

Development of a new generation of mass measuring device based on NEMS sensors for biological applications.

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Nano-Electro-Mechanical systems (NEMS) have been a field of extremely active research for more than a decade now. They are of particular interest for a wide range of applications, from quantum measurements to biotechnology. CEA LETI MINATEC has been designing, modeling, fabricating and characterizing NEMS-based mass sensors for several years. The extremely…

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Postdoctoral Fellow in Active Matter - Mayaguez, United States

A postdoctoral position is available at the Institute for Functional Nanomaterials at the University of Puerto Rico – Mayagüez (UPRM) in collaboration with the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) to work in the areas of biofluids, autonomous nano- and micro-motors/devices, and the design of smart and reconfigurable soft bionanomaterials. The postdoc is expected to develop a biocompatible autonomous drug delivery system. This work will be…

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Post-doctoral Position - Synthesis Of Luminescent Nanoparticles In Solution, Structure Of The Intermediate States - Saclay, France

This project is a collaboration between experts in nanoscience located near Paris (France) at CEA de Saclay, Ecole Polytechnique, and the SOLEIL synchrotron, supported by three French funding agencies. Our consortium tackles generic questions on the nucleation of crystallline oxide nanoparticles synthesised in water [Fleury et al., ACS Nano 2014]. We address in particular this problem for the synthesis of…

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Research Associate in Modelling of Graphene - University of Cambridge

A position exists for a Research Associate to work on theoretical modelling of graphene and related materials (GRMs). The project is funded by the European Research Council, and based at the Cambridge Graphene Centre (CGC) (www.graphene.cam.ac.uk). The successful candidate will provide theoretical support, via numerical simulations, to complement the CGC experimental activities, in addition to working on more fundamental projects in…

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Basic Principles of AFM Advanced Modes & Applications

We would like to invite you to attend a webinar dedicated to those students in the fields of physics, material science, polymers and all areas where Atomic Force Microscopy may be employed.  This webinar will also be useful as a refresher update for any Post Doc students or recent PhD graduates.



The webinar will cover the following topics:



•       Physical principles of Atomic Force Microscopy  –  contact and noncontact/semicontact modes, Phase, Amplitude (Feedback…

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5 PhD fellowships in Molecular and Chemical Ecology

Many key ecological interactions between plants, herbivores, bacteria and fungi occur at different surfaces. These form the boundaries between organisms and their aerial, aquatic, or subterranean environments, as well as the interfaces of organisms interacting with each other. The release or detection of odors and other chemical signals occurs at surfaces; surface biofilms made by bacteria and diatoms create unique environmental niches. Yet very little information is available on compounds…

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PhD position - Trapping Matter at the Nanometer Scale in Fluids - University of Zurich

Trapping Matter at the Nanometer Scale in Fluids

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My lab at the University of Zurich, located in the Dept. of Chemistry and affiliated with the Dept. of Physics, is primarily interested in understanding the properties of soft condensed matter at the nanoscale.



We recently pioneered a new method to trap nanometer scale objects like proteins, semiconductor quantum dots and macromolecules in solution and are looking for bright, highly motivated…

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Added by TINC on July 13, 2014 at 10:42pm — No Comments


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IBM to invest $3 billion trying to seek the next-gen chip technology, graphene is a candidate

IBM is an embarking on an ambitious project to find the next-generation chip technology to replace silicon. IBM will invest $3 billion over the next find years in this project. IBM will look into graphene, carbon nanotubes, quantum computing, silicon photonics and more technologies.



In the first stage they will build 7 nm silicon chips. But smaller architecture will need a completely new approach, and IBM intends to discover the best one.…



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Lead Scientist Imaging - Nestlé Research Centre, Lausanne, Switzerland

Nestlé Research Center (NRC) located near Lausanne, Switzerland is one of the leading research laboratories in food and nutritional sciences. With about 600 members of staff from over 40 nationalities, NRC has a strong position in the international scientific community supported further by more than 200 external scientific partnerships and University collaborations and more than 100 scientific publications each year (learn more about the NRC at…

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PhD position available in Hamburg

Zentrum für Optische Quantentechnologien - Universität Hamburg



Theoretical Physics - PhD position



The theory group on 'Fundamental Processes in Quantum Physics' at the Center for Optical

Quantum Technologies of the University of Hamburg announces a PhD position in theoretical

physics.



The PhD student will develop and apply state of the art methods to explore the structure

and quantum dynamics of ultracold fermions in traps and optical lattices.…

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Postdoctoral Fellowship - Inorganic & Polymer Chem @ University of Edinburgh

Postdoctoral Research Associate

School of Chemistry

University of Edinburgh (UK)

 

Salary: £30,728 - £34,565 (UE07)

36 months fixed term

 

A fixed-term postdoctoral research position is available for an outstanding and ambitious individual in the research group of Dr Michael Shaver. The successful candidate…

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Phd: Tree-Frog Adhesion & Biomimetic Gripping Structures

PhD: Tree-frog Adhesion & Biomimetic Gripping Structures

Department/faculty: Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering

Level: Master degree

Working hours: 38 hours per week

Contract: 4 years

Salary: €2083 to €2664 per month gross



Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering

The 3mE Faculty trains committed engineering students, PhD candidates…

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Research Assistant or Associate - Architecture & Civil Engineering

The BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials, based at the University of Bath, wishes to appoint a Research Assistant (grade 6) or a Post-Doctoral Research Associate (grade 7) on a fixed-term basis (to 30 November 2014), to carry out research to complete the development and optimisation of a lightweight fibre cement for use in environmentally friendly building applications as part of an EU (FP7) funded research project. The level of responsibility, job title and grade will be…

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Doctoral Thesis Research Position (PhD Position) - Ilmenau, Germany

The Nanotechnology Research Group at the Institute of Micro- and Nanotechnology Germany offers

1 Doctoral Thesis Research Position (PhD Position)

The appointment is given for 3 years at a time. Compensation is based on the provisions of the collective agree-ments in the public sector in the German Federal States (TV-L, TVÜ), rank will be commensurate with the appli-cant’s experience up to pay scale E 13, a 50% appointment is offered during the first year.

The successful…

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Phantoms Foundation launched a catalogue of Graphene companies Worldwide

Phantoms Foundation is pleased to announce a catalogue of companies working on Graphene launched during the International Conference & Exhibition Graphene 2014 (Toulouse, France) back in May. The first edition features only companies working directly on the field. The second version (2015) to be launched during Graphene 2015 (10-13 March, 2015) will include all those who work hard in Universities, Research Centers,…

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Two scanning electron microscopist positions (Fixed term, 6 months) - Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia

The Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy is seeking outstanding candidates for two replacement Scanning Electron Microscopists. Both positions are located at the Clayton campus.

The Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy conducts research and provides advanced instrumentation, training and expertise in electron microscopy. The Centre undertakes and facilitates…

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Ultrafast photoconductivity and charge carrier transport in semiconductor nanostructures: a study by terahertz spectroscopy. - Prague, Czech Republic

Short annotation: Time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy utilizes ultrashort far infrared pulses as a contact-free probe of ultrafast response of photoexcited samples. In semiconductor materials and structures the response is related namely to the charge carrier transport on a 5–50 nm length scale. Detailed analysis of the spectra and theoretical simulations of the charge carrier motion allow one to obtain the nanoscopic response function of mobile carriers in a given sample with a…

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