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Application deadline: 29 May 2015
A PhD position is available at the Department of Physics. The appointment has a duration of 4 years including 1 year of work-duties for NTNU NanoLab.
We seek highly motivated individuals interested in experimental nanotechnology, instrument development and transferring obtained competence to other users of the NanoLab (…
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KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH. Education and research spans from natural sciences to all branches of engineering and includes Architecture, Industrial Management and Urban Planning. There are a total of 12,400 full year students at first and second levels,…
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We have vacancies for a PhD student and postdoctoral fellow in the Nanoscale Biophysics group. We are interested in the physical principles underlying protein self-assembly and protein-protein interactions. We aim for quantitative biophysical studies of these processes using a wide variety of experimental biophysics techniques, including single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy, multi-parameter fluorescence microscopy and atomic force microscopy. These approaches are complemented by…Continue
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The Soft Condensed Matter & Nanomaterials group of the High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) uses strong magnetic fields to manipulate seemingly non-magnetic materials. The focus of our work is the investigation of the physical properties of organic nanostructures, such as supramolecular self-assemblies, polymeric nanostructures and biomaterials, using magnetic levitation and magnetic alignment forces. Our research is embedded in the Institute for Molecules and Materials at Radboud…Continue
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This position will be in a new programme aimed at developing solar fuels photocatalysts using light-directed chemical synthesis. This programme is a collaboration between AMOLF and DIFFER (Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research). The programme involves using optical resonances in nanostructures to synthesize complex, hierarchical photocatalys.
The Nanoscale Solar Cells group synthesizes advanced metal and semiconducting nanostructures, characterizes…Continue
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Photosynthesis of nanomaterials: developing nanostructured photocatalysts for solar fuel generation using light.
A key scientific challenge is to develop practical methods for the conversion of sun light into usable fuels. Such process, known as ‘artificial photosynthesis’ or ‘solar-fuel generation’, has recently received increasing interest by the scientific community, thanks to the development of nanotechnology. Nanostructured materials offer a variety of advantages over their bulk…
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ACIB – the Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology – is one of the leading research competence centres in the field of industrial biotechnology.
At the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, ACIB currently offers a
Open PhD Position
Impact of metabolite transport and cellular compartmentalization on metabolic engineering
Major goal of this project is the establishment of…Continue
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The Faculty of Technology at the University of Oulu announces a tenure track position for a researcher studying biomaterials and biochemicals derived from nanocelluloses. The position is located in the research group of Fiber and Particle Engineering. One of the main research focus areas of the group is sustainable fabrication techniques of nanocelluloses and their use as water treatment chemicals and film and composite materials. There are approximately ten people working in this research…Continue
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As a staff member you will support us in coordinating the novel teaching program of ScopeM (both for EM and LM), in taking care of the maintenance of light and electron microscopes and in training ScopeM users on the instruments. Performing sample preparation and imaging tasks for ScopeM users, helping the users with easier data and image processing tasks and participating in various ScopeM research efforts (currently concentrating around various correlative microscopy…Continue
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ExxonMobil Chemical Company is seeking candidates for a Research Scientist in the Microscopy and Surface Science Group located in Baytown, Texas, USA. The successful candidate for this position will become part of the Advanced Characterization Department (ACD) within the company's core research organization. ACD is a global team with state of the art characterization capabilities around the world. We have extensive capabilities in Atomic Force Microscopy, Electron Microscopy, Optical…Continue
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Closing date: 10th May 2015
Job Ref: 010324
Working with Drs Stephen McVitie and Damien McGrouther at the University of Glasgow and Professor Chris Marrows at the University of Leeds you will contribute to a project “current-driven domain wall motion and magnetomemristance in FeRh-based nanostructures”.
This will involve taking samples of continuous and patterned FeRh samples on bulk and thin substrates from the University of Leeds and…
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We are expanding our research activities in environmental catalysis within the strong collaborative project “HyDeCat: Enabling Ultra Deep Hydrodesulfurization by Nanoscale Engineering of New Catalysts”. The project aims at engineering, atom-by-atom, future catalytic solutions to the environmental challenges faced globally by oil refineries, where the removal sulfur and nitrogen constituents in oil products must be advanced.
We employ a multidisciplinary platform including…Continue
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Arsanis is a development stage biotechnology company committed to the development of human monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against severe infectious diseases for which current prophylactic or therapeutic approaches are ineffective or non-existent. We are hiring for the role: Director of Antibody Expression and Engineering & Protein Analytics Department in the Austrian subsidiary in Vienna (Campus Vienna Biocenter). Reporting to the Chief…Continue
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Metal substitution in electrical wires by materials with high conductivity like carbon nanotubes (CNT) is interesting for short term applications in avionic and space thanks to the huge benefit of such wiring in term of mass. Indeed such wires will significantly improve the energy consumption of planes for example. Individual performances of CNTs can be better than the copper one. However, the electrical conductivity of CNT wires still remains lower than the metal ones. The objective…Continue
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The electron microscopy (EM) laboratory of the Department of Nanochemistry at Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova, Italy (IIT) invites applications for a Postdoctoral position.
IIT was founded with the objective of promoting Italy’s technological development and further education in science and technology. In this sense, IIT is committed to achieving its scientific program, which sees its major inspirational principle in the integration…Continue
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Deadline for applications: May 5, 2015.
General information: The extensive research activities of MMK, hosting the Berzelii Center EXSELENT for development of nanoporous materials for catalysis, span over Materials and Solid State Chemistry focusing on different classes of materials; e.g. ceramics and glasses, self-assembled and porous materials, and soft matter. The work often encompasses synthesis, characterisation by…
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How do the elementary particles of nature move? Can atoms, molecules and electrons in matter be controlled and driven with precision – on all length and energy scales? These questions indicate some of the biggest and most exciting challenges of modern science - and the central objective of The Hamburg Centre for Ultrafast Imaging (CUI): The analysis of fundamental chemical and physical processes in Photon and Nano Science.
A renowned professor of Molecular Biophysics (University…
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Closing date : 30/04/2015
As an Experimental Officer you will work in the Electron Microscopy Centre in the School of Materials. You will have responsibility for the operation, calibration and training of users on the analytical electron microscopes housed in the Electron Microscopy Centre. You will also have responsibility for equipment maintenance and development and will interact directly with FEI concerning…
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