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Ceramics, hard crystalline solids, have been utilized by mankind for thousands of years, with earliest applications in pottery. In modern times, new ceramic materials were developed for use in advanced ceramic engineering, for example as semiconductors. One popular ceramic is alumina, an oxide of the metal aluminium.
Alumina has for a long time been used in biomedical applications such as load-bearing hip prostheses and dental implants, due to its high resistance to corrosion, low…Continue
|POSITION TYPE||Fixed Term, 1 Year Appointment|
|CLOSING||19 April 2015|
Bilkent NANOTAM is offering a postdoctoral position to young scientist who wishes to enhance his/her scientific career in research environment with outstanding infrastructure. We are looking for ahighly motivated candidate with background in characterization of photonic nanostructures . Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in physics, engineering or related disciplines. Expertise in characterization of micro/nano devices will be considered a plus. For this research position, the candidates will…Continue
The University of Oulu is an international scientific community, with 16 000 students and approximately 3 000 employees. The strenghts of the University are wide multidisciplinary study/research interests and modern research and study environment and good cooperation with international educational and research institutes.
The following job is open in the University of Oulu:
Opening for the position of a postdoctoral researcher at Center for Molecular…
The CLF Octopus facility, at the Research Complex at Harwell, delivers the most advanced optical microscopy methods available anywhere (e.g. multi-colour confocal-tweezers combined systems, multi-modal and multi-colour single molecule imaging and tracking, STED, STORM, SIM, Multi-photon confocal FLIM/PLIM, etc) distributed across 14 microscope end stations. The facility has undergone significant growth through capital investment in several modalities of super-resolution microscopy. We now…Continue