Our laboratory specializes in the development of new micro/nanotechnology based precision instruments for applications in biophysics and biological cryo-microscopy. We are looking for an individual with enthusiasm for challenging and unconventional engineering problems at the interface between microelectromechanical devices and the macroscopic world. Practical experience and a solid theory background in at least two of the following fields are expected:
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The International Max Planck Research School for Ultrafast Imaging & Structural Dynamics is looking for excellent candidates with interests in the physics and chemistry of ultrafast phenomena to apply for PhD positions.
Our research focuses on ultra-intense electron and x-ray sources for directly observing atomic motions during primary events, and ultrafast imaging over the relevant length and time scales to come to new levels of understanding of the interplay…
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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…Continue
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Message from Dr. Elena Lacatus, member of The International NanoScience Community since 2007:
Traditional approaches to modeling focus on one scale. By considering simultaneously models at different scales, an approach that shares the…
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Owing to very small dimensions of nanostructures in one or more directions, spatial confinement of charge carriers is fully achieved, providing thereby a discrete spectrum of their energy states. In addition, intrinsic spatial inhomogeneity of nanostructures dictates nanoscale inhomogeneity of the surrounding electromagnetic fields. Therefore, understanding the properties of nanostructures requires to deal with the intricate characters of their atomic structure, electronic…Continue
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Incineration study of nano materials – support to safe-by-design products.
A post-doctoral position for 24 months is available at INERIS (Verneuil-en-Halatte) and CEA-PNS (Grenoble).
Postdoctoral position – 24 months
Starting date: Ideally January 1st 2017
Laboratories: CEA (M0 to M7-7 months) and INERIS (M8 to M24-17 months)
The development of Safer-by-Design…Continue
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