CQM - Centro de Química da Madeira, Madeira Island Portugal, has 4 positions available for researchers

CQM has 4 positions available  in the field of mass spectrometry, clay catalysts for biomass conversion and dendrimers.

 

Dead line for applications: 1 of March (17h, Portuguese time)

The applications must be done via e‐mail to cqm@uma.pt (Further information available at http://cqm.uma.pt)

 

1-Job Reference: CQM-13-01/BGCT-MS

Admission requirements: The candidates must have a PhD degree in Chemistry or in other similar area with mass spectrometry experience. It is requested strong experience in mass spectrometry with ion trap equipment and interest in the field of Natural Products and/or Materials.

Link for announcement: http://bit.ly/Yhi71O

 

2-Job Reference: CQM‐13‐02/BPD-PTDC/CTM-CER/121295/2010

Admission requirements: The candidates must have a PhD degree in Chemistry, Material Sciences, and Biochemistry or in other similar area. It is requested good experience in Chromatography and Spectroscopy and interest in the field of Organic Chemistry and Catalysis.

Link for announcement: http://bit.ly/WZjNOb

 

3-Job Reference: CQM‐13‐03/BI‐PTDC/CTM‐NAN/1748/2012

Admission requirements: The candidates must have a master degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Materials science or in related fields. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in dendrimer synthesis and surface modification or in inorganic nanoparticles synthesis for applications in molecular imaging or drug delivery.

Link for announcement: http://bit.ly/YhWssp

 

4-Job Reference: CQM‐13‐04/BPD‐PTDC/CTM‐NAN/1748/2012

Admission requirements: The candidates must have a Ph D degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Materials science or in related fields. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in functional nanoparticles synthesis and surface modification for applications in molecular imaging or drug delivery. The candidates with experience in dendrimer chemistry will be given priority.

Link for announcement: http://bit.ly/XQB9dn

 

For further information visit CQM website (http://cqm.uma.pt)

 

Many thanks in advance,

Best Regards

 

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