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Applications are invited for one postdoctoral position at Center for Nano and Material Sciences (CNMS), Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Qualifications and Experience:
1. Ph.D in Chemistry/thesis submitted in Chemistry.
2. Good experimental skills (experience with organic and inorganic synthesis technique). Candidate also should have a sound background in inorganic/ organic or bioinorganic chemistry. The ability to work closely and…
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PhD position in Customized Materials
PhD position in Customized Materials at Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry. Reference number SU FV-1075-14 (Project VT14-1). Deadline for applications: May 2, 2014.
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…
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This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the leaders in the nanotechnology industry. This innovative company is looking to recruit a Territory Sales Engineer to cover the midlands and south of the UK. This is a fantastic opportunity to build a strong career in a leading organisation.
This company offer a fantastic range of surface measurement instruments from Atomic Force, surface profilers, 3D optical microscopes and mechanical testing instruments.…
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The Leibniz Graduate School on Ageing and Age-Related Diseases (LGSA) is a joint programme of the Leibniz Institute for Age Research – Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI) and the Friedrich - Schiller - University (FSU) in Jena. The School calls for applications for PhD positions available in summer 2014.
The Leibniz Graduate School on Ageing belongs to the Leibniz Association - a non-university research organisation equivalent to the Max Planck Society and the Helmholtz…
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an experimental PhD position dealing with molecular clusters and cluster-surface interactions is available within the Graduate School of Analytical Sciences Adlershof (SALSA).
Using selected model systems clusters and nanoparticles generated from binary mixtures will be analyzed both in the gas phase and with respect to their surface interactions. Objectives are the
- systematic comparison of supersonic jet expansions of binary mixtures from liquids, supercritical…
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The aim of this project is to produce and characterise antimicrobially and photocatically active surfaces to determine their efficacy once they have been fouled with conditioning films and organic material, pre and post clean using traditional and plasma cleaning methods.
PROJECT AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Biofouling is a critical problem for many industries including the food industry and in medical applications.
Worldwide biofouling issues pose an…
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The Nanoscale Microscopy Group at Physics Department, University of Lancaster is seeking an enthusiastic and creative candidate to work on a PhD project on Nanoscale Thermal Metrology. The project will explore fundamental mechanisms of Nanoscale Heat Transport in materials and nanoscale devices using advanced Scanning Thermal Microscopy as a part of the large European FP7 QUANTIHEAT research consortium. While the control of nanoscale heat flow is central to modern technology and of…Continue
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To trace uptake of nano drugs using imaging to inform on their bioavailability and potential ecological risk in aquatic animals
Background and Project Rationale:
Pharmaceuticals are fundamental to human and animal health. Increasing use of pharmaceuticals in both the developed and developing world, however, has brought with it increasing risks to wildlife, with some evidence for associated impacts on aquatic organisms. More effective delivery of…
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Polymer films are used as protective coatings and adhesives. Films can be deposited onto solid substrates from solutions in organic solvents, but such a process releases the solvent into the atmosphere, which is not desired for environmental reasons. On the other hand, colloidal polymer particles in water, which are made by emulsion polymerisation, only release water into the atmosphere, which is not harmful. By creating a polymer film from colloidal particles, there is an opportunity to…Continue
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Recent interest in multiscale composite materials has often been inspired by nature which is full of interesting composites with multiple hierarchical levels of reinforcement. Bone, for example, is a fascinating multiscale hierarchical composite consisting of macro-, meso-, micro- as well as nano features, all of which are responsible for imparting unique mechanical characteristics such as high stiffness and high toughness. Man-made multiscale micro-nanocomposites offer a route by which…Continue
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The design of new components and alloys is now being performed via an integrated computational and experimental technique called Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME). Prof. Lee has successfully worked with Ford to help develop their Virtual Casting Program to enable rapid and cost-effective development of components, as shown in Fig. 1. The goal of this project is to bring this tool to a new level of aiding the novel engine alloy design via advanced synchrotron x-ray…Continue
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Food quality is a major issue for public health, as many outbreaks of foodborne illness are associated with consumption of "fresh" food contaminated by bacteria. Current methods for pathogen detection are time consuming and complicated. SERS is one of promising methods for real-time rapid detection of foodborne pathogenic bacteria. Normal Raman scattering utilises the inelastic scattering interaction of excitation light and vibrational modes of molecular bonds and therefore obtains unique…Continue
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Loughborough University Graduate School is delighted to offer a funded studentship in Nano-mechanics. This studentship is part of the University funded ‘Towards zero prototyping in ceramic component design’ Mini-Centre for Doctoral Training (Mini-CDT). Three other projects will run in parallel to this studentship.
As part of the mini-CDT, this project is aimed at transforming the manufacturing of products using ceramics and ceramic-based composite materials to allow mechanical…
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The University of Auckland is home to New Zealand's largest Department of Physics. Our students and scientists explore the fundamental properties of the physical world, and tackle problems ranging from searching for planets around other stars to developing new medical imaging devices and laser technologies.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow
Department of Physics-Faculty of Science
Postdoctoral funding is available for an exciting and challenging project for…Continue
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The Pharmaceutical Nanoscience group has developed a number of novel drug formulations for the delivery of peptides; Molecular Pharmaceutics, and hydrophobic drugs.
Applicants are now invited for this position on a translational industrially funded project aimed at the formulation of two cancer drugs for ultimate administration to patients. The post holder will design, prepare and test both solid and parenteral dosage forms and…Continue
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Department of Chemistry
Post Type: Full Time
Closing Date: Monday 30 June 2014
Interview Date: To be confirmed
A fully funded PhD position in the field of first principles quantum mechanical modelling of materials is available in the group of Dr. Mark Rayson (…Continue
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Within the UT Research Institutes the field of Computational Science is of vital importance in many areas in the (geo)physical, technical and biophysical sciences. In particular, the accurate and efficient solution of (stochastic) partial differential equations is crucial for many research activities.
Within the UT Research Institutes the field of Computational Science is of vital importance in many areas in the (geo)physical, technical and biophysical sciences.…
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Applications are invited for one post of a Junior Research Fellow for a project entitled “Development of a
new recyclable and widely applicable platform for industrially important process” at Centre for
Nano and Material Sciences (CNMS), Jain University, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Qualification and Experience:
1. M. Sc. in Chemistry, Candidate should have obtained at least 55% marks in qualifying degree
2. Preference will be given to CSIRUGC
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