PhD position - microfluidic chips for clinical diagnostics & analytical chemistry (Germany)

PhD studentships
Science or Engineering (Physics, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Mechatronics)


Using nanotechnology, biotechnology or microfluidics, we intend to
develop novel measurement techniques and instrumentation for clinical
diagnostics or analytical chemistry.

Current research topics include

1.      PCR (polymerase chain reaction) in droplets on a microchip, to
 identify micro organisms via DNA assay.
2.      To develop concepts and molecular biology measuring techniques
 for quantitative biodiversity. Possible sample sources include soil,
 grass, leaves, insects or surface water.
3.      Microfluidic chip for  mass spectrometric identification and
quantification of carbohydrates. Application: characterization of
biological cells.
 ...additional topics see     www.kist-europe.com/recruitement.html

Applicants are expected to have a degree in science or engineering, to
 be ambitious in experimental research and to enjoy  working in an
interdisciplinary  research team.

Remineration will be according to local university standards.
Please apply to

Prof. Dr. Andreas Manz
KIST Europe Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Campus E 71, 66123 Saarbrücken,
Tel. +49 (0) 681-9382 102 / sprave@kist-europe.de

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