We always welcome applications from motivated and talented students and Postdocs with a background in physics, chemistry, engineering or related fields, that enjoy to work in a friendly and collaborative lab.
Apart from any general inquiries we also welcome applications for the following specific areas:
We also have specific openings and are in particular looking for:
PhD student as part of a EU funded PhD position in Doctoral Network on Emerging Nanotools for Soft Matter (NanoRAM) to work with us on “Untethered micro- and nanorobotic biotools.
NanoRAM is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Doctoral Network (DN), incorporating 19 organisations across 12 countries. The interdisciplinary network combines physics, chemistry, biology and engineering to train a new generation of scientists in the development and application of newly developed manipulation and characterisation nanotools in soft matter research. Network: https://nanoram-dn.com/consortium/
The first-round application deadline is 14th January 2024. Read more and apply at https://nanoram-dn.com/recruitment/
Doctoral candidates in NanoRAM will work on multi-disciplinary projects and be engaged in a comprehensive network-wide training programme. Candidates will also benefit from secondments to academic and industrial partners, which will emphasise an innovative, creative and entrepreneurial mind-set. NanoRAM offers an attractive salary including a mobility allowance, and a family allowance (applicable).
Applicants must comply with the Doctoral Network eligibility criteria:
i) Must be a doctoral candidate, i.e. not already in possession of a doctoral degree at the date of the recruitment.
ii) Mobility rule: The candidate can be of any nationality but must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the recruiting organisation for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the recruitment date.
We look forward to receiving your application, includiong letter of motivation, CV, and transcripts via email, preferably on a singl PDF file.