Applications are invited for PhD projects within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network Continuous Resolution and Deracemization of Chiral Compounds by Crystallization (CORE). The CORE Network brings together 8 academic and 7 industrial partners from 6 European countries resulting in an unparalleled combination of chirality, synthesis and crystallization training and research covering the areas of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry and Applied Physics. The research…Continue
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The P-SPHERE second call will recruit 24 experienced researchers . This project is funded by the Marie S. Curie H2020 Programme of the European Commission and counts on the participation of UAB-CIE Sphere centres.
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At DTU Energy, we have considerable experience with development of 3rd generation solar cells, specifically as regards scale-up to devices that may be manufactured at high speed in large volume.
To become truly competitive as an important part of the energy supply in the future society, relying entirely on sustainable energy, we must acquire a better understanding of the fundamental processes of charge generation and transport in 3rd generation solar…
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Multiple PhD positions are available within the International Max Planck Research School for Quantum Dynamics in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IMPRS-QD).
The IMPRS-QD is a joint initiative of the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (MPIK), the Heidelberg University,the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ), the Max Planck Institute for Medical research (all in Heidelberg) and the Heavy Ion Research Center (GSI) in Darmstadt.
The graduate school…
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The Laboratory of Biology and Microfluidic Architecture is looking for a candidate to establish a new class of microfluidic devices for cell encapsulation using robust, industry-compatible materials. The laboratory is located in the Microtechnologies for Biology and Healthcare Division of LETI, focused on the development of micro and nanotechnologies for applications in the fields of medical imaging, security, in-vitro diagnostic, nanomedicine, medical devices and environment monitoring.…Continue
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