TINC's Blog – March 2016 Archive (7)

PhD 3 years: “PHYSICAL-CHEMISTRY of METALLA-BIS-DICARBOLLIDES, Application to nanosensors and in biochemistry”

The objective of this thesis around the metalla bisdicarbollides family, ionic clusters of boron and carbon around a transition metal and considered as a strong inorganic acid, is threefold: i) to model in describing a lateral equation of state their self-association via weak interactions  that governs their aggregation in a monomolecular film or in spherical aggregates. ii) to create some nanosensors by the control their deposition on silicon substrates in order to master the…

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Added by TINC on March 26, 2016 at 8:03pm — No Comments

Nantech Journal Club: Low thermal conductivity and improved thermoelectric performance of nanocrystalline silicon germanium films by sputtering

Paper shared by Jaime Andrés Pérez Taborda

Abstracts:

Si x Ge1−x alloys are well-known thermoelectric materials with a high figure of merit at high temperatures. In this work, metal-induced crystallization (MIC) has been used to grow…

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Added by TINC on March 26, 2016 at 8:00pm — No Comments

PhD positions in Immunobiology, Epigenetics and Cell Biology at IMPRS-MCB

The International Max Planck Research School for Molecular and Cellular Biology (IMPRS-MCB) is looking for talented and motivated students with a passion for science, aspiring to work towards a PhD in the fields of

Immunobiology, Epigenetics, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Metabolism, Functional

Genomics, Bioinformatics and Proteomics

We offer:…

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Added by TINC on March 22, 2016 at 6:21pm — No Comments

PhD position in Rational Catalyst Design - Aalto University, Finland

A PhD position is available in the Surfaces and Interfaces at the Nanoscale (SIN) group (physics.aalto.fi/sin/) led by Prof. Adam Foster at Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland. The project is part of the H2020-NMP research project ”Towards Replacement of Critical Catalyst Materials by Rational Design of Novel Transition Metal Nanoparticles (CritCat)”, coordinated by Tampere University of Technology (TUT) and including a consortium of European universities, research organizations, and…

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Added by TINC on March 10, 2016 at 7:30am — No Comments

Postdoctoral position – Diamond-based nanophotonics: development of a biosensing platform

PsD-DRT-16-0060

RESEARCH FIELD

Solid state physics, surfaces and interfaces

ABSTRACT

Significant scientific breakthroughs are expected in the area of emerging nanophotonic materials. Focusing on diamond, one breakthrough can rely on the combination of the high sensitivity provided by high-Q photonic crystal resonators and the advanced bio-functionalization allowed by the chemical versatility of the diamond surface. This can lead to a disruptive…

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Added by TINC on March 5, 2016 at 12:32pm — No Comments

PhD position – Transport properties of doped and undoped CNT yarn

SL-DRT-16-0587

RESEARCH FIELD

Materials and applications

ABSTRACT

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.…

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Added by TINC on March 2, 2016 at 10:08pm — No Comments

PhD position: Fabrication of novel semiconductor nanostructures via electrochemical atomic force microscopy

The ultimate goal of the group 3D Photovoltaics is to impact on solar energy harvesting and to push the frontier of nano-PV. Our approach is to aim towards the achievement of low-cost / large-throughput highly efficient PV, with semiconductor nanostructures as building blocks. On one hand, 3D-PV group focuses on the fundamental understanding of the potential benefits and/or limitations of semiconductor nano-structures when used for solar energy conversion. On the other hand, non-traditional…

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Added by TINC on March 1, 2016 at 8:46pm — No Comments

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