|Country||Host Institution||ERC Project||ERC Grantee||Contact||Job Offered|
|Austria||Medical University of Vienna - Vienna||FOODFORLIFE - Life-long cross-generational priming of the hypothalamus for obesity||Tibor Harkany||Website|
|Postdoctoral fellow in circuit neurobiology of endocrine systems - We are seeking candidate(s) to study the molecular, cellular and circuit design of the hypothalamus and how hypothalamic networks regulate endocrine output. Our aim is to particularly focus on the developmental biology of this brain area and understand how maternal (cross-generational) influences affect the development of hypothalamic endocrine systems and (re-)program these in the offspring. Therefore, we are seeking candidate(s) with a background in molecular/cellular neurobiology, circuit neuroanatomy, mouse genetics and/or metabolomics (one or more subjects). Methodological expertise in circuit electrophysiology, neuroanatomy (in situ hybridisation, histochemistry, reconstructive imaging tools) or developmental biology will be particularly beneficial.|
|Austria||Klosterneuburg||ANGULON - ANGULON: physics and applications of a new quasiparticle||Mikhail Lemeshko||Website|
|Austria||University of Innsbruck - Innsbruck||AGEMEC - Age-dependent mechanisms of sporadic Alzheimer’s Disease in patient-derived neurons||Jerome Mertens||Website|
|Cell culture, molecular biology, bioinformatics, neuroscience, imaging, biochemistry, cell biology, aging research.|
|Austria||Medical University of Vienna - Vienna||PeptidesAndFear - Neuropeptidergic modulation of synaptic circuits in fear and anxiety||Sarah Melzer||Website|
|We are seeking a highly motivated PhD student who is curious to learn how the brain processes fear and anxiety. The candidate will perform behavioral experiments with mice and he/she will learn how to perform in vivo imaging, genetic manipulations, data analysis, stereotactic surgeries and molecular techniques. Previous lab experience with molecular, electrophysiological or behavioral techniques are highly beneficial. Excellent written and spoken English skills and a MSc degree in a biological field are required. |
Our lab is a new research lab at the Center for Brain Research at Medical University of Vienna. We are striving to build an international, dynamic and collaborative research team and welcome scientists from all over the world. The lab is led by Dr. Sarah Melzer, a new group leader who brings extensive research experience from Harvard Medical School and several research labs in Germany, Japan and UK.
For more information, please check our website at www.melzerlab.org.
Applications must contain a motivation letter and a CV with publication list and contact details of 2-3 referees.
Employment is for up to 4 years. Candidates will be enrolled in the PhD Neuroscience Program at MedUni Vienna.
|Austria||Research Center for Molecular Medicine (CeMM) - Vienna||EPI-CART - Understanding and exploiting epigenetic regulation in CAR T cell therapy||Christoph Bock||Website|
|Research technician or visiting scientist - Experience in DNA cloning and/or mammalian cell culture|
Interest in high-throughput biology, immunology, cancer, genomics
|Austria||University of Vienna - Vienna||Crossover - Meiotic crossing-over: from spatial distribution to in situ chromosomal architecture||Joao Matos||Website|
|PhD student or Postdoc with an interest in Chromosome Biology - A PhD student or Postdoctoral position is available for a researcher with an interest in Chromosome Biology.|
- A strong interest or prior skills in structural biology or computational biology are required for the post.
|Austria||Medical University of Innsbruck - Innsbruck||MEGI CD - Metabolic gut inflammation in Crohn's disease||Timon Adolph||Contact||Experimentation with model systems to understand the pathophysiology of inflammatory bowel diseases - 3-year PhD study at the Medical University of Innsbruck. |
University requirement: Master of Science or equivalent medical degree (e.g. Medical Doctor)
Prerequisite: Experience and dedication for experimental laboratory work
Description: The PhD Student will perform in vitro and in vivo experiments with genetically modified cells and mice to understand how genetic risk associated with Crohn's disease translates into gut inflammation in the context of a Western diet.
|Austria||University of Innsbruck - Innsbruck||QCOSMO - Quantum characterization and control of single molecules||Philipp Schindler||Contact|
|Austria||Vienna University of Technology - Vienna||ARTIST - Automated Reasoning with Theories and Induction for Software Technology||Laura Kovacs Kovacs||Website|
|Research in theoretical computer science, involving theoretical and practical investigations of logic-based verification of computer systems. -|
|Austria||University of Vienna - Vienna||N-T-Autonomy - Non-Territorial Autonomy as Minority Protection in Europe: An Intellectual and Political History of a Travelling Idea, 1850-2000||Börries Kuzmany||Website|
|Doctoral or post-doctoral researcher - Ukrainian Academics at Risk Fellowships|
The NTAutonomy project offers two visiting fellowships to Ukrainian scholars at risk. Proposed topics of research do not have to be strictly limited to the study of non-territorial autonomy. What we can offer to each scholar:
• Financial award of EUR 2,000
• Working space in a friendly academic environment for the duration of our project (ends February 2023)
• Assistance in seeking further funding
Please send your CV, a one-page research statement and a cover letter to email@example.com. Applications will be promptly reviewed on a rolling basis, and successful applicants can start immediately.
This call is online at our website:
|Austria||Materials Center Leoben - Leoben||CITRES - Chemistry and interface tailored lead-free relaxor thin films for energy storage capacitors||Marco Deluca||Contact||Junior or Senior Scientist - Chemical Solution Deposition of Perovskite Thin Films - We are looking for an expert in the chemical solution deposition of perovskite oxide thin films (barium titanate-based):|
-Academic degree (PhD) preferably chemistry, materials science or physics
-Knowledge in thin film synthesis (chemical solution deposition) and lithography techniques
-Expertise on perovskite ferroelectrics and related materials
-Experience in characterization techniques (electrical measurements, XRD, Raman, surface science)
-Scientific curiosity, team skills, self-initiative, strategic thinking
-Good oral and written communication skills in English
-Design and processing of new high energy density energy storage capacitors based on perovskite thin films
-Study of device structure-property relationships (including electrodes, buffer layer and dielectric)
-Working in an international project consortium
-Dissemination of results (international conferences, peer-reviewed articles)
|Austria||Medical University of Innsbruck - Innsbruck||HOPE - Host Protective Engineering of Cancer Immunity by Targeting the Intracellular Immune Checkpoint NR2F6||Gottfried Baier||Website|
|Immuno-oncology research - |
We are seaking talented and enthusiastic PhD students, research technicians or visiting postdoctoral scientists.
Experience in molecular immunology, mouse handling, and/or mammalian cell culture is required.
Qualified applicants are invited to apply anytime.
|Austria||Johannes Kepler University - Linz||SARF - Single-Atom Radio Frequency Fingerprinting||Stefan Müllegger||Website|
|Master thesis in scanning tunneling microscopy - Characterization at the single-molecule scale of the electronic properties of surface-adsorbed organic radicals by low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy and -spectroscopy at cryogenic temperatures and ultra-high vacuum conditions.|
|Austria||Austrian Academy of Science (AAS) - Vienna||TibSchol - The Dawn of Tibetan Buddhist Scholasticism (11th-13th c.)||Pascale Hugon||Website|
|Master’s degree in Tibetan or Buddhist studies; Excellent knowledge of classical Tibetan; Very good command of English (written and spoken); Particular interest and experience in textual studies; Demonstrated familiarity with Tibetan scholastic and/or historical literature - https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/739655. The successful candidate will contribute to TibSchol’s sub-projects on early scholastic networks and the early Tibetan scholastic corpus by collecting and analyzing data from different types of historical sources. Candidates are expected to enroll in the doctoral curriculum of Tibetan and Buddhist Studies at the University of Vienna, to conduct their research as (part of) their doctoral dissertation, to present research results at workshops and international conferences, and to publish. Deadline for applications: 31.5.2022.|
|Austria||Institute of Science and Technology Austria - Vienna||NEPA - Non-Equilibrium Protein Assembly: from Building Blocks to Biological Machines||Andela Saric||Website|
|Visiting researcher and postdoctoral positions are available in the area of theoretical and computational soft matter and biological physics in the Saric group at IST Austria, close to Vienna.|
Possible projects include, but are not limited to:
- Modelling of membrane reshaping and cutting in cell trafficking and cell division
- Modelling of non-equilibrium protein assembly
- Artificially evolving nanomachinery for desired functions
The above projects involve close collaborations with several experimental labs across Europe.
Physicists, biophysicists, computer scientists, biologists with quantitative experience, engineers and others with relevant backgrounds are welcome to apply. No prior knowledge of biology is necessary
|Austria||Paris Lodron University of Salzburg - Salzburg||DynASoAr - Dynamic Algorithms Against Strong Adversaries||Sebastian Forster||Website|
|Research in theory of algorithms - The research group focuses on the development and analysis of algorithms from a theoretical angle. Our main expertise lies in dynamic and distributed graph algorithms.|
|Austria||Austrian Academy of Science (AAS) - Vienna||RELEVEN - Re-evaluating the Eleventh Century through Linked Events and Entities||Tara Andrews||Website|
|UI/UX designer -|
|Austria||Austrian Academy of Science (AAS) - Vienna||ORTHPOL - Orthodoxies and Politics. The Religious Reforms of Mid-17th Century in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe||Ovidiu Olar||Website|
|Scholars with an expertise in Early Modern State-Church relations, with a focus on Eastern and Southeastern Europe - The visiting researcher would conduct research on edited and unedited sources dealing with State-Church relations in Early Modern Eastern and Southeastern Europe|
|Austria||Austrian Academy of Science (AAS) - Vienna||BLASTOID - A drug discovery platform for early human embryogenesis||Nicolas Rivron||Website|
|Technician in cell culture and genetic editing -|
|Austria||University of Innsbruck - Innsbruck||WEPOF - Watching Excitons in Photoactive Organic Frameworks||Laerte Patera||Website|
|Belgium||ULB - Free University of Brussels - Brussels||LATIS - Local Addressing of Topological Interacting Systems||Nathan Goldman||Website|
|Theoretical physicist, expert in many-body quantum physics (quantum gases, topological matter) -|
|Belgium||University of Louvain - Louvain la Neuve||MOOiRE - Mix-in Organic-InOrganic Redox Events for High Energy Batteries||Alexandru Vlad||Website|
|Electrochemistry of coordination compounds for energy storage - Any profile with some knowledge of Chemistry, Organic chemistry, Coordination chemistry, Electrochemistry|
|Belgium||University of Leuven - Leuven||3DALIGN - Enhancing the performance of 3D-printed organic thermoelectrics by electric field-assisted molecular alignment||Francisco Molina-Lopez||Website|
|The candidate must hold a PhD and have experience on processing conductive polymers and developing printed/flexible electronics - Responsibilities:|
We are looking for a motivated postdoctoral researcher to develop 3D printable p- and n-type organic thermoelectric materials and to integrate them on flexible thermoelectric generators. Methodologies will be established to characterize the molecular structure of the materials, as well as their electrical and thermal properties. Routes based on printing electronics techniques will be developed for the integration of such materials on a flexible device. Manufacturing a prototype of a flexible wearable thermogenerator will be the final goal of the project
This work involves strong interaction with a team of 3 PhD researchers working on the same project. The postdoctoral researcher will support the PhD students in their lab activities, with theoretical knowledge, and with academic writing. She/he will lead international collaborations when needed.
The candidate must write scientific publications, present at international conferences, and participate in patents. She/he must also contribute to grant writing to develop her/his skills as an independent researcher.
We are looking for an outstanding researcher with:
- A PhD degree in Applied Physics or Engineering focused on experimental work in electronic/energy materials:
● Extensive experience working in a chemistry lab.
● Hands-on experience in chemical, morphological, and electrical characterization of materials. (Familiarity with thermal
characterization is a plus).
● Experience working with electronic/energy materials (ideally organic) and/or nanomaterials.
- Solid theoretical knowledge in two or more of the following fields: nano/microfabrication, wearable electronics, printing electronics, organic electronics, thermoelectric materials or devices, polymer processing and characterization, material thermal characterization, materials electronic characterization, transport phenomena.
- Strong publication record: 3 or more peer-reviewed papers in Q1 journals, and presentation in at least two international conferences. Having participated in patent writing is a plus.
- Proven track record of teamwork, demonstrated through joint papers, participation in consortium-based projects, etc.
- Willingness to navigate an interdisciplinary and fast-paced working environment.
- An international profile with experience working in different countries is desirable.
- Fluency in spoken and written English is mandatory.
- Other: please feel free to highlight it in the motivation letter.
The position includes competitive salary, medical care, and research and conference expenses for 1 year (with possibility to extend 1 or 2 more years) at the Department of Materials Engineering of KU Leuven.
The project is funded by the European Union H2020 ERC grant 3DALIGN. We offer an exciting environment where to thrive as an independent researcher. KU Leuven is one of the top 50 universities in the world (top 11 in Engineering in Europe) according to the "Times Higher Education" ranking 2022 and ranks #7 (top in Europe) in the "World’s Most Innovative Universities" ranking elaborated by Reuters. KU Leuven offers an exciting multi-disciplinary research environment, a broad range of training courses for staff, and full social and medical insurance.
Located in Belgium, at the heart of Europe, and less than 3 hours by train from cities like Paris, London, or Amsterdam, Leuven is a cultural and a historical city with a vibrant international student lifestyle.
|Belgium||Leuven||M-POWER - The Aggregate Implications of Market Power||Jan De Loecker||Contact||KU Leuven see|
|Belgium||University of Leuven - Louvain-la-Neuve||ALUFIX - Friction stir processing based local damage mitigation and healing in aluminium alloys||Aude Simar||Website|
|Master in material science - metallurgy - PhD related to self-healing materials processed by laser powder bed fusion (3D printing technology) and 3D X-ray tomography characterization.|
|Belgium||University of Antwerp - Antwerp||CELLULO-EPI - Celluloepidemiology: a novel paradigm for modeling T-cell responses on a population level.||Benson Ogunjimi||Contact||T-cell immunologist - The Ogunjimi lab (part of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Institute at the University of Antwerp) in the Faculty of Medicine and Health Science is looking for a full-time (100%) postdoctoral researcher in the field of human T-cell immunology.|
The main task of the postdoctoral researcher will be the management of wet lab activities related to a recently acquired ERC StG on T-cell immunology (against viruses). This will include the management of acquisition of patient samples (including PBMC, together with a study nurse), interactions with and management of biobank, the development of novel panels for flow cytometry after testing on CyTOF and the performance/management of antigen stimulation experiments in longitudinal assays. There will also be a close interaction with a post-doc in computational immunology.
|Belgium||University of Leuven - Leuven||reginfra - Regionalizing Infrastructures in Chinese History||Hilde De Weerdt||Website|
|Belgium||University of Louvain - Louvain-la-Neuve||MOUNTAIN - Molecular Quantum Heat Engines||Pascal Gehring||Website|
|Experimental physics, nanoelectronics, molecular electronics, scanning probe microscopy - Experimental study of thermal transport phenomena, thermoelectric properties and heat dissipation mechanisms of single-molecule heat engines. Please contact us for more information.|
|Belgium||University of Louvain - Louvain-la-Neuve||CO2LIFE - BIOMIMETIC FIXATION OF CO2 AS SOURCE OF SALTS AND GLUCOSE||Patricia Luis Alconero||Website|
|chemical / environmental engineering - Experimental work and/or environmental assesment (life cycle assesment) of novel processes for CO2 capture using membrane technology. The work is performed within an international group with researchers from 9 different nationalities. Main language of communication: English.|
|Belgium||Ghent University - Gent||OPTIMA - PrOcess intensification and innovation in olefin ProducTIon by Multiscale Analysis and design||Kevin Van Geem||Website|
|researcher - Last couple of weeks, we have been in close contact with our Ukrainian partner Universities to (temporarily) host researchers in a safe environment at the Laboratory for Chemical Technology. Motivated researchers may never be the victim of the currently ongoing war. Therefore, I am willing to have additional job interviews for interested Ukrainian researchers to offer research stays with varying durations from 6 up to 24 months. During this period anyone (recent Master, PhD or post-doc) with a chemical engineering background can contribute to sustainable olefin production and process simulations. A full wage will be paid, which is sufficient for accommodation and comfortable living. Anyone interested for such a position is encouraged to contact me via PM or email. If you know someone who might be interested, you can bring us in contact.|
|Belgium||University of Leuven - Leuven||E-DUALITY - Exploring Duality for Future Data-driven Modelling||Johan Suykens||Contact|
|Belgium||University of Leuven - Leuven||RELEVANCE - How body relevance drives brain organization||Rufin Vogels||Website|
|laboratory assistant - The person will assist in the care, behavioral training and experimental studies of mammals. Training will be provided, when necessary. The experimental studies are mainly invasive electrophysiological studies of brain activity during the viewing of visual stimuli.|
|Belgium||KU Leuven - Leuven||Belfort - Hardware Acceleration for Computing on Encrypted Data||Ingrid Verbauwhede||Website|
|PhD position on Secure Hardware for post-quantum cryptography - We are looking for motivated PhD students to work on the implementation aspects of post-quantum cryptographic algorithms:|
Post-quantum cryptography is a new class of cryptographic algorithms, which resist attacks from quantum computers. They will mostly replace existing public key algorithms (RSA and ECC). Efficient implementations in hardware (FPGA, ASIC) are an essential aspect for their acceptance as replacement. On top, the implementations also need to resist physical attacks, e.g. side-channel and fault attacks.
This research position will focus on the efficient and attack resistant implementations of novel post-quantum cryptographic algorithms.
• You have a master’s degree in electrical engineering, electronics, computer science or engineering, mathematics or equivalent with interest in cryptography.
• You have experience in hardware design and hardware description languages (Verilog, VHDL, Chisel or similar) and experience mapping it onto FPGA
• You achieved good grades during your education.
• You have developed your research skills during your Master’s studies.
• You have a keen interest in cryptography, security and privacy in general
• You can work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary research team.
• You have excellent knowledge of English, both in speaking and writing.
• Fully funded PhD positions
• The opportunity to work in a top research group.
• High-class educational and recreational facilities on campus.
• A dynamic and international environment and ample networking opportunities with people and organizations working in the security field.
How to apply:
|Belgium||University of Liege - Liege||VIROME - Shaping of long term innate immunity by viral education of bone marrow monocytes||Bénédicte Machiels||Contact||bioinformatician - Omics analyses from single cell RNA-sequencing and ATAC-seq data. Biological samples are isolated from gammaherpesvirus infected and uninfected mice. In particular, we are interested in bone marrow monocytes and how these monocytes are modified in the long term by these infections in the context of trained immunity.|
|Croatia||University of Zagreb - Faculty of Science - Zagreb||ANEUPLOIDY - Molecular origins of aneuploidies in healthy and diseased human tissues||Nenad Pavin||Website|
|Theoretical physics with an interest in biophysics - Developing a theoretical model for mitotic spindle assembly with the emphasis on error correction. The model will include interactions between microtubules and kinetochores, as well as the SAC. The initial interactions of kinetochores with microtubules will be described by rates of end-on and lateral attachment/detachment, where these rates will be calculated by taking into account microtubule dynamics and forces exerted by microtubules and motor proteins.|
|Cyprus||University of Cyprus - Nicosia||Water-Futures - Smart Water Futures: designing the next generation of urban drinking water system||Marios Polycarpou||Website|
|The ideal candidate must be able to work independently and/or in a team in fundamental and/or applied research. The ideal candidate must be able to produce, publish, and present research results in high quality conferences and journals, attend academic and/or other conferences and seminars for further personal and professional development, possibly assist in the preparation of research proposals, present periodically to KIOS personnel the progress of their research, and assist in the training, education, and dissemination activities of the KIOS CoE. - The KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence at the University of Cyprus (www.kios.ucy.ac.cy/) announces two research positions, for full-time employment. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to conduct research with Prof. Marios Polycarpou towards the goals of the flagship ERC Synergy Grant entitled Water-Futures: Designing the Next Generation of Urban Drinking Water Systems (https://waterfutures.eu). |
The required skills and expertise for the announced positions include one or more of the following areas:
Fault Diagnosis, Systems and Control Theory, Optimization, Machine Learning, Water Distribution System Analysis/Hydroinformatics.
The applications should be submitted as soon as possible, but not later than 15th May 2022, at 5 pm, through the link: https://applications.ucy.ac.cy/recruitment
The evaluation of the applications will begin immediately after receipt. For more information, please contact Prof. Marios Polycarpou (firstname.lastname@example.org), or the KIOS Center of Excellence, by phone at +357 22893460 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
|Czechia||Charles University Prague - Prague||Cat-In-hAT - Catastrophic Interactions of Binary Stars and the Associated Transients||Ondrej Pejcha||Website|
|Research in Astrophysics or Theoretical Physics - Institute of Theoretical Physics at Charles University offers temporary contracts, working space, and other help to scientists from Ukraine. We can help Master and PhD students, postdocs, or more senior scientists. The research covered by the ERC grant is related to binary stars, hydrodynamics, and theoretical astrophysics in general. Other research topics at the institution are astronomical surveys and observations, gravitational lensing, black holes, theories of gravity, and quantum mechanics.|
|Czechia||Masaryk University Brno - Brno||LeukemiaEnviron - SIGNALING PROPENSITY IN THE MICROENVIRONMENT OF B CELL CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA||Marek Mraz||Website|
|Studies of microenvironmental interactions in B cell leukemias and lymphomas|
|Czechia||Central European Institute of Technology, Brno University of Technology, Czech republic - Brno||THz-FRaScan-ESR - THz Frequency Rapid Scan – Electron Spin Resonance spectroscopy for spin dynamics investigations of bulk and surface materials (THz-FRaScan-ESR)||Petr Neugebauer||Website|
|Electron Spin Resonance spectroscopy - Magneto-Optical and THz Spectroscopy group (www.spectroscopy.ceitec.cz), led by Petr Neugebauer, seeks outstanding candidates for Ph.D. and postdoctoral positions interested in magnetic resonance and materials science. More specifically, we use and develop methods in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy (hardware, software, methodology, and theory) and apply it to various systems, particularly in the investigation of solid-state materials, molecular magnetism, and hyperpolarization methods.|
Motivated people with a background in natural science and/or engineering who would like to learn or further enhance their knowledge in the aforementioned areas are welcome to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen||WE - Who are we? Self-identity, Social Cognition, and Collective Intentionality||Dan Zahavi||Website|
|https://jobportal.ku.dk/videnskabelige-stillinger/?show=156070 - Job content|
The postdoc position is part of a 5-year Advanced Grant that is financed by the European Research Council (ERC) and lead by Professor Dan Zahavi.
The larger project investigates what it means to feel, think, and act as part of a we. Its guiding hypothesis is that a systematic account of the we must be embedded in a more comprehensive investigation of selfhood and social cognition. The project will systematically develop this hypothesis by combining cross-disciplinary theorizing with historical scholarship. In particular, it will draw on seminal contributions from classical phenomenology. In addition to philosophers, the project will also involve social scientists (from social anthropology, sociology, clinical psychology, and political theory).
The postdoc should be a philosopher who has worked on the philosophy of the social sciences and who is familiar with the ongoing debate between methodological individualists and methodological holists concerning the relation between self and society. During the employment, the candidate should focus on the question of how social theory should navigate between an undersocialized and an oversocialized account of human subjectivity (e.g., rational choice theory and social constructivism). Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Dan Zahavi,email@example.com, for more information about the Who are we? project, since their submitted research plan is supposed to be situated and developed within the framework of the larger project.
The post.doc is supposed to spend 20% of the employment teaching at the Department of Communication, and it will be an asset if the candidate can teach theoretical philosophy.
In order to be considered for the position, applicants must have research qualifications at least corresponding to what can be achieved as part of a successfully completed PhD in philosophy. It is expected that the successful candidate will be present, part of the team, and partake in the activities at CFS on a daily basis.
Furthermore, emphasis will be placed on the following:
Research qualifications, which will be assessed in relation to the period of active research, the degree of originality, and academic output.
The applicant’s scientific record, academic breadth and depth, rigor, thoroughness and accuracy, as well as academic relevance in relation to the job description.
Participation in networks – national and international
Previous experience with interdisciplinary collaboration and research
Expertise in philosophy of the social sciences is essential. Some familiarity with phenomenology would be an additional asset
Good interpersonal skills
Excellent skills in English, written and spoken
|Denmark||Technical University of Denmark - Kgs. Lyngby||YEAST-TRANS - Deciphering the transport mechanisms of small xenobiotic molecules in synthetic yeast cell factories||Irina Borodina||Website|
|Fermentation science - https://www.dtu.dk/om-dtu/job-og-karriere/ledige-stillinger/job?id=7a019e76-65f8-4f56-8d86-718dae27fc22|
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen||HRNUDGE - A NUDGE IN THE RIGHTS DIRECTION? REDESIGNING THE ARCHITECTURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS REMEDIES||Veronika Fikfak||Website|
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen||EXODOSS - EXOplanet Diversity and the Origin of the Solar System||Michiel Lambrechts||Website|
|The job profile and description can be found at the Job Portal of the University of Copenhagen|
|Denmark||Aarhus University - Aarhus||HSC-CRISPR - Transcriptional Engineering of Hematopoietic Stem Cells using CRISPR||Rasmus Bak||Website|
|https://international.au.dk/about/profile/vacant-positions/job/postdoc-in-hematopoietic-stem-cell-biology-and-crispr-cas9-transcriptional-engineering - https://international.au.dk/about/profile/vacant-positions/job/postdoc-in-hematopoietic-stem-cell-biology-and-crispr-cas9-transcriptional-engineering|
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen||PHOQS - Phononic Quantum Sensors||Albert Schliesser||Website|
|Experimental Quantum Optics - Research group in Quantum Optomechanics offers 6-months support for a visiting PhD student/postdoc in the area of experimental quantum optics.|
|Denmark||Aarhus University - Aarhus||ExploreFNP - Exploring the Molecular Properties of Atmospheric Freshly Nucleated Particles||Jonas Elm||Website|
|Applicants to the PhD position must have or soon complete a master’s degree, within Chemistry, Physics, Nanoscience, or related fields.|
The successful candidate should have a strong interest in applying quantum chemical calculations for studying molecular systems of atmospheric relevance. The candidate should have previous experience with electronic structure theory methods such as density functional theory and coupled cluster and have basic knowledge of computer programming (e.g., Python, Matlab). Explicit knowledge about atmospheric chemistry is not required, but will count positively in the assessment.
The ability to work independently and having good communication skills are expected. The candidate will have the opportunity of spending time in an international research group and attending international conferences.
- See the job advertisement at:
|Denmark||Aarhus University - Herning||GENIE - GENIE: GeoEngineering and NegatIve Emissions pathways in Europe||Benjamin Sovacool||Website|
|Postdoctoral position in interdisciplinary energy and climate social science - The Department of Business Development and Technology (BTECH) at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University invites applications for a postdoctoral position in energy and climate economics, including candidates who have explicit experience with interdisciplinary methods cutting across energy and social science as well as climate engineering. The position is a fixed-term full-time employment (one year) with a possibility of renewal. The starting date is 1 April 2022 or as agreed upon.|
The position is related to the ERC Synergy Grant project GENIE and the Horizon Europe project ELEVATE and will assist the research group Centre for Energy Technologies (CET) with its overall mission and objectives. Specific responsibilities include:
1. Designing and analysing surveys to determine public attitudes. For the GENIE project, we anticipate at least 10,000 public respondents from at least ten European countries as well as ten other countries, including China, Brazil, India, Russia, South Africa and the United States.
2. Running focus groups and deliberative workshops. To complement and supplement the surveys, public focus group interviews will be conducted throughout Europe (across at least ten countries, ideally with a mix of urban and rural areas) and the same ten non-European countries selected for the survey. The questions posed to the focus groups will also be similar to those presented in the survey.
3. Conducting systematic reviews and evidence synthesis. The objective is to rigorously assess the environmental, technical, economic, social and political feasibility of relevant climate engineering options or conduct broader literature or evidence synthesis and analysis on behalf of CET.
4. Project publishing in high-quality scientific journals. Qualitative and quantitative data are to be collected and organised systematically for publication of research articles and reports in appropriate journals as well as at conferences and exhibitions.
5. Travel. Occasional travel is required (at least once per month, possibly more during field research).
Applicants for the postdoctoral position must hold a PhD degree in energy studies, energy economics, climate economics, climate change policy, data science or econometrics; however, experience with science policy, public policy, energy justice or political science can alleviate the need for a specific field. General knowledge of interdisciplinary approaches to research is a plus, as is topical knowledge about climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, NETs, carbon dioxide removal (CDR), GGR, geoengineering, climate engineering or SRM.
Applicants are encouraged to describe how their work is linked to themes such as deep decarbonisation, climate change mitigation, climate policy, climate change adaptation, low-carbon transitions and/or net-zero energy systems.
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen||Loops and Groups - Loops and groups: Geodesics, moduli spaces, and infinite discrete groups via string topology and homological stability||Nathalie Wahl||Website|
|Algebraic and geometric topology, also geometric analysis -|
|Denmark||University of Copenhagen - Copenhagen||PLANETESYS - The next-generation planet formation model||Anders Johansen||Website|
|Computational astrophysics, fluid dynamics or geochemistry - Researchers with a background in computational astrophysics, fluid dynamics or geochemistry are welcome to contact me about potential projects.|
|Denmark||Royal Danish Academy - Copenhagen||Eco-Metabolistic-Arc - An Eco-Metabolistic Framework for Sustainable Architecture||Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen||Website|
Eco-Metabolistic Architecture is a 5 year project funded under European Research Council (ERC), Advanced Grant. The project is led by PI Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen and takes place within the framework of CITA: Centre for IT and Architecture, Institute for Architecture and Technology.
This call is for a 3 year fully funded PhD Scholarship integrated within the project. The PhD topic is robotic fabrication with special focus on the creation of adaptive fabrication model networks to support the two material cases: graded timber glulam and bio-polymers composites. The PhD student will be enrolled at CITA and supervised by the senior research team with project start 1st of September 2022. The application deadline is 1st of May 2022.
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|Denmark||Aarhus University - Aarhus||COGNITIVE THREADS - Separating parallel threads of cognition to better explain behaviour||Diego Vidaurre||Website|
|Postdoc position in machine learning and computational neuroscience - The position is related to a project aimed at achieving a more personalised medicine through the use of machine learning. In order to provide better and more individualised treatments and more accurate diagnoses/prognoses, we need efficient tools to characterise the heterogeneity of both the causes and the symptoms of diseases. Aiming at a better characterisation of this variability, the candidate will work on the development and application of novel machine learning approaches that use brain data to achieve a better stratification of existing diagnoses and clinical information. In particular, we will design models that can bring together the different modalities existing in the UK Biobank, Cam-CAN and BioFIND datasets, leveraging concepts that lie in between the supervised and unsupervised learning paradigms.|
|Estonia||National Institute Of Chemical Physics And Biophysics Tallinn - Tallinn||KERR - How do chiral superconductors break time-reversal symmetry? – Kerr spectroscopy study||Girsh Blumberg||Contact||THz spectroscopy - Postdoctoral positions are available in the THz optics group at NICPB in Tallinn. |
The THz group specializes in low energy electrodynamics in solids with strong electron correlations. The experimental techniques include optical spectroscopies at ultra-low frequencies. The areas of interest center on out-of-the-ordinary electronic states of matter at low temperatures, including unconventional superconductors, quantum magnets, topological insulators, materials in proximity to quantum critical points, to name a few. Considerable flexibility beyond the focus of these topics can be built into research program of a postdoc applicant.
The position is related to the ERC project on unconventional superconductors which possess non-trivial topological properties: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/885413 The details and application instructions are given at https://kbfi.ee/postdoctoral-positions-in-thz-spectroscopy-group/?lang=en
An ideal applicant should have experience in the physics of strongly correlated electron systems as well as related THz spectroscopic tools, but strong applicants with other backgrounds would be considered as well. Applicants should submit a CV with publication list, a very brief statement of research interests, and the names of three references as instructed at the given above URL links.
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|Estonia||University of Tartu - Tartu||CerQuS - Certified Quantum Security||Dominique Unruh||Website|
|Formal verification of quantum crypto / quantum crypto - See: https://crypto.cs.ut.ee/Main/PostdocInVerificationOfQuantumCryptography and https://crypto.cs.ut.ee/Main/PostdocInPost-QuantumCryptography|
|Finland||Tampere Universities - Tampere||ADAPT - Autoxidation of Anthropogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (AVOC) as a Source of Urban Air Pollution||Matti Rissanen||Website|
|Experimental and theoretical work possible. - Laboratory flow reactor experiments and theoretical quantum chemical calculations of hydrocarbon oxidation and related aerosol precursor formation, and theoretical and experimental development of multi-ion chemical ionisation.|
|Finland||Aalto University - Espoo||E-DESIGN - Artificial designer materials||Peter Liljeroth||Website|
|low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy experiments on 2D materials - We are seeking a post-doctoral scientist to carry out low-temperature scanning tunneling microscopy experiments on designer heterostructures of two-dimensional materials. We would value prior expertise on low-temperature scanning probe microscopy, molecular-beam epitaxy growth of transition-metal dichalcogenides and other 2D materials.|
|Finland||University of Jyvaskyla - Jyväskylä||LIFEPLAN - A Planetary Inventory of Life – a New Synthesis Built on Big Data Combined with Novel Statistical Methods||Otso Ovaskainen||Website|
|Statistical Ecology - We are seeking a highly motivated researchers with backgrounds in statistics, machine learning, computer science, mathematics, or physics, with an interest in developing novel methods for analyzing ecological data. The successful candidates will join Academy Professor Otso Ovaskainen’s research team at the Department of Biological and Environmental Science, University of Jyväskylä.|
|Finland||University of Helsinki - Helsinki||GULAGECHOES - Gulag Echoes in the “multicultural prison”: historical and geographical influences on the identity and politics of ethnic minority prisoners in the communist successor states of Russia Europe.||Judith Pallot||Contact||Human Rights law or Social Science (penology) - Analysis and comparison of post-communist countries' legal norms and practice in relation to the the treatment of ethnic and religious difference in their penal systems.|
|Finland||University of Helsinki - Helsinki||Chapas - Chasing pre-industrial aerosols||Federico Bianchi||Website|
|Atmospheric Chemistry, Mass spectrometer, Aerosol Chemistry, Aerosol Physics -|
|Finland||University of Jyvaskyla - Jyväskylä||TITAN - Tailoring Quantum Matter on the Flatland||Kezilebieke Shawulienu||Website|
|research - PhD Position in artificial quantum materials in van der Waals heterostructures|
University of Jyväskylä, Finland
The position starts as soon as possible, or as agreed, for a fixed term of 4 years.
We are looking for
The goal of this Ph.D. project is to investigate artificial quantum materials e.g., topological materials, multiferroic materials in various 2D heterostructures.
• A Master's degree in physics or a related field and a thesis was written on an experimental topic. Priority will be given to applicants with SPM, cryogenic, and/or UHV experience.
• A high proficiency in spoken and written English.
• You are expected to carry out experiments, both independently and in a team.
• You are expected to learn to communicate your results by writing manuscripts and giving presentations at international conferences.
• You will operate UHV-SPM and MBE facilities, and perform high-precision spectroscopic measurements.
|Finland||Tampere Universities - Tampere||EUGenDem - Gender, party politics and democracy in Europe: A study of European Parliament's party groups||Johanna Kantola||Website|
|https://tuni.rekrytointi.com/paikat/index.php?jid=1405&key=&o=A_RJ&rspvt=2zd3xhwqcum800c8w4gk8k8s0ow8wck - The Doctoral Researcher works on their individual PhD research in addition to participating in the general research project activities, which will provide research training for the selected candidate. Project activities where participation and work is expected may include some research related tasks and organizational tasks. The Doctoral Researcher will be provided with supervision for their PhD thesis.|
|Finland||Tampere Universities - Tampere||PADRE - Photoactivatable Drug Releasing Implants||Timo Laaksonen||Website|
|PhD student (physical chemistry/photochemistry) - We are looking for a Doctoral researchers to work on the PADRE (Photoactivatable drug releasing implants) project with a background in physical chemistry/photochemistry. The work would include supporting our activities in photon upconversion in complex media, light-activated drug release processes, and spectroscopic characterizations of photoactivatable systems. We expect the doctoral candidates to be active especially in the experimental part of the research, but also in the communication of the results to the scientific audience (i.e. writing publications, presenting the data in seminars and conferences). |
We do not expect you to be a master of everything when you start: your concrete tasks will be tailored based on your previous knowledge and current interests! Some experience in some of the following will help, but a curious mind goes a long way:
- Courses taken and background in the following areas: photochemistry, experimental physical chemistry, experimental physics, photonics, spectroscopy
- Prior knowledge of photocleavable bonds, steady-state and time-resolved spectroscopy (fluorescence/phosphorescence/absorption), or photon upconversion
- Practical laboratory experience on spectroscopic measurements (esp. time-resolved fluorescence/phosphorescence/absorption) or photon upconversion systems
We are inviting you to be a part of a vibrant, active and truly international research community. Interdisciplinarity is highly encouraged, as it allows you to expand your research network and exposes you to new perspectives and ideas to solve complex research problems and pursue novel research findings. We have a strong commitment to the highest level of scientific research and the provision of high-quality doctoral education.
|Finland||Aalto University - Espoo||SOS.aquaterra - Respecting safe operating spaces: opportunities to meet future food demand with sustainable use of water and land resources||Matti Kummu||Website|
|We are looking for an R programmer for our research group at Aalto University, Finland. The focus would be on global water resources, agricultural production and food systems. |
Core of programming is on raster and vector data manipulation and spatial optimisation. Understanding spatial data is required, expertise in linear programming is appreciated. In addition to standard R programming tools such as RStudio, knowledge regarding cluster computing is useful but not required.
Our goal is to produce open code for the research community, an opportunity to improve your portfolio!
|France||Centrale Nantes - Nantes||CoQuake - Controlling earthQuakes||Ioannis Stefanou||Website|
|Experimentalist in geotechnical engineering or similar. - The offer builds upon the existing experience and theories developed in CoQuake group and focuses on providing experimental evidence about the possibility of controlling natural earthquakes.|
Laboratory experiments will be performed for studying fault mechanics, earthquake nucleation and
earthquake control of a single seismic fault.
|France||Cote d’Azur Observatory - Nice||ISSP - Interferometric Survey of Stellar Parameters||Denis Mourard||Website|
|Stellar physicist - I will open soon (summer 2022) three postdoc positions at Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur (they will be submitted on the Euraxess platform). They are related to the core of my ERC grant aiming at realizing a large survey of stellar parameters with the scientific exploitaion of the CHARA/SPICA instrument installed on the CHARA Array at the Mount Wilson Observatory (US- California). The first position is closely related to the program focused on exoplanet host stars and stellar evolution models. The second position is related to the programs focused on interferometric and asteroseimic targets (F5-K7 dwarfs and giants) in the framework of the ESA/PLATO mission. And the third one is focused on calibrating new surface brightness colour relations, thanks to CHARA/SPICA angular diameter measurements and to the acquisition of new infrared photometric data for the bright targets. |
These positions will be open in the coming months, for period of 3 years.
|France||Aix-Marseille University - Marseille||TILC - Targeting Innate Lymphoid Cells||Eric Vivier||Contact||Study of Innate lymphoid cells - Cancer Immunotherapy -|
|France||Paris||MetaboSENS - Metabolic integration by nutrient SENSing||Ganna Panasyuk||Website|
|We are seeking to welcome the science driven individuals with strong interest in biochemistry, metabolism and physiology to joing our international dynamic team at the heart of Paris to do great science!|
We will consider applications from MSc candidates, PhD student candidates, postdocs, researchers as well as technicians. Feel free to contact us to inquire about specific projects to get involved.
|France||Collège de France - Paris||DeepEmbryo - Reverse-engineering the development of embryos with physics-informed machine learning||Hervé Turlier||Website|
|Theoretical physicist / computer scientist / applied mathematician - - deep learning for biology: graph neural networks, physics-informed machine learning, reinforcement learning, bioinformatics (RNASeq).|
- or inverse methods in physics/mechanics and interest in biology.
Strong skills in programming (C++, python,...), interest for biology/biophysics
|France||Pasteur Institute - Paris||PaleoMetAmerica - A microbial perspective of major historical events in the Southern Cone of the Americas||Nicolas Rascovan||Website|
|Permanent position for a bioinformatician with experience in genomics and/or phylogenetics - Website of the offer:|
To get information about the position you can directly contact Nicolás Rascovan (head of the Microbial Paleogenomics Unit) at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Microbial Paleogenomics Unit of Institut Pasteur in Paris is offering a permanent position for a research engineer expert in bioinformatics applied to genomics, and particularly to ancient human and microbial DNA data.
The main questions tackled in the lab include the emergence and spread histories of human associated microbes (including pathogens) as well as the genetic histories of ancient human populations, with special focus in the Americas.
The recruited candidate will play a central role in the lab and will be involved in multiple tasks and research projects, with possibility of carrying her/his own projects. The main topic of the lab, and hence, of his/her activities, will be the analysis of ancient DNA data obtained from human archaeological remains, with special focus in ancient human microbes.
The main activities will include the following:
Contribute to the development of the research lines of the lab, with high encouragement to participate in scientific discussions, bring ideas and propose new projects.
Developing and writing new software (e.g., ancient DNA and paleometagenomic data analysis, pathogen screening and identification, microbial phylogenomics, etc.)
Supervision of students
Setting-up analysis pipelines that will be routinely used in the lab. This includes pipelines to screen sequencing data for microbial species, recovering, reconstructing and analyzing whole ancient and modern microbial and human genomes, variant calling, pangenomic analyses, phylogenomic analyses, metagenomic analyses, plotting results, etc.
Assist students and postdocs in terms of scripting, programming, and data analysis.
Spread good bioinformatic practices in the lab.
Installing and testing software for the lab.
The candidate will also have a second affiliation to the Hub of bioinformatics and Biostatistics. This will imply participation to Hub tasks like bioinformatics support to Institut Pasteur through teachings, open desks or other support activities.
High level of scripting in Python, Bash and pipelines (e.g., Nextflow, Snakemake) languages,
Experience on package management tools for data science (e.g., singularity, conda, anaconda, etc.)
Experience in microbial genomics and NGS data handling and analysis. Proven experience in ancient DNA and/or phylogenetics and/or metagenomics will be prioritized.
Basic system administration skills.
Experience with R, other programming languages (C++/Java) and/or database management, will be also a plus.
Other fields of experience considered for eligibility :
The person must excel on social and communications skills to contribute creating a positive learning and cooperative environment, and must have good predisposition to train or assist other people in the lab. She/he must be proactive, creative and flexible, capable of developing his/her work autonomously, but also eager to bring, discuss and develop new ideas for the lab.
The candidate may be graduate from bioinformatics/computer science school, or biology-related degrees with strong background in bioinformatics. Holding a Ph.D. diploma or postdoc experience would be preferable but not mandatory.
|France||University of Paris 7 - Diderot - Paris||AltCheM - In vivo functional screens to decipher mechanisms of stochastically- and mutationally-induced chemoresistance in Acute Myeloid Leukemia||Alexandre Puissant||Website|
|Post-doctoral Fellow in Leukemia Research - A post-doctoral position is open in the laboratory of research on molecular basis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia headed by Dr. Alexandre PUISSANT (https://thepuissantlab.jimdofree.com/) at the Jean Bernard Center, University of Paris, Paris, France. You will be expected to decipher molecular mechanisms involved in leukemia development in pre-clinical mouse models of AML. Unbiased in vivo screening approaches will also be deployed in order to provide new therapeutic strategies to treat AML. Large-scale shRNA screening, genetic, biochemical, cell biological, as well as genome-wide approaches (whole-exome sequencing, RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq) will be applied.|
|France||CNRS - Paris||DEBATE - Debate: Innovation as Performance in Late-Medieval Universities||Monica Brinzei||Website|
|Specialist in medieval intellectual history -|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Bordeaux||SynLink - Molecular Structure and Engineering of Synaptic Organizer Proteins in Health and Disease||Jonathan Elegheert||Website|
|We are looking for a PhD candidate that shows great curiosity in neuroscience and biochemistry, and that is motivated and eager to learn. A background in molecular biology, biochemistry and/or structural biology is an advantage. - The interests of our team 'Structural biology and engineering of neuronal proteins' lay at the interface of structural biology, protein engineering, and molecular neuroscience. Our aims are to understand fundamental principles of neuronal signalling at the molecular level, and to translate these to a cellular and ultimately organismal level to make discoveries that will impact on both basic science and human health.|
The candidate will use techniques of structural biology, biochemistry and protein engineering to express and purify recombinant extracellular domains, engineer their interaction affinities, and determine the interaction parameters (affinity, kinetics) and structure of these engineered variants. In collaboration, we will determine how the engineered proteins impact on synapse formation and development, by using in vitro model systems (neuronal co-culture) and in vivo mouse models. Overall, the goal of this project is to provide a molecular-level understanding of protein interactions that contribute to synapse development.
|France||CNRS Ecole normale supérieure - Paris||Diatomic - Untangling eco-evolutionary impacts on diatom genomes over timescales relevant to current climate change||Chris Bowler||Website|
|bioinformatics - analysis of omics and molecular imaging data from phytoplankton in Tara Oceans|
|France||National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) - Strasbourg||FIBCAN - Targeted strategies for prevention and treatment of fibrosis-associated liver cancer||Thomas Baumert||Website|
|Job offer 1. Scientist / Project Leader in Drug Discovery and Development for Treatment of Hepatobiliary Cancer|
Job offer 2. Postdoctoral Scientist Tumor Microenvironment of Hepatobiliary Cancer - COULD YOU PLEASE USE COMPLETE ADS from the website links below as I cannot add complete info for job offers due to word count limit. Thank you for all your help!
Job offer 1
Scientist / Project Leader in Drug Discovery and Development for Treatment of Hepatobiliary Cancer
The Inserm Institute for Viral and Liver Diseases, University of Strasbourg France, is looking for a talented and driven scientist to join Prof. Baumert’s highly ambitious FIBCAN program funded by a five-year ERC Advanced Grant of the European Research Council. The program is highly translational aiming to deliver transformative solutions for liver cancer. The successful candidate will contribute to drive and lead the preclinical development of breakthrough therapies for hepatobiliary cancer in collaboration with Pharma. A background in cancer research or immunology and experience in working in an international environment would be desirable. Our program is based on key scientific discoveries described in: Mailly et al. Nature Biotech 2015, Nakagawa et al. Cancer Cell 2016, Aizarani et al. Nature 2019, Hamdane et al. Gastroenterology 2019, Crouchet et al. Nat. Commun. 2021, Jühling et al. Gut. 2021.
Job offer 2
Postdoctoral Scientist Tumor Microenvironment of Hepatobiliary Cancer
The Inserm Institute for Viral and Liver Diseases, University of Strasbourg France, is looking for a talented and driven postdoctoral scientist to join Prof. Baumert’s highly ambitious FIBCAN program funded by a five-year ERC Advanced Grant of the European Research Council. The program is highly translational aiming to deliver transformative solutions for liver cancer. The successful candidate will contribute to the preclinical development of breakthrough therapies for hepatobiliary cancer in collaboration with Pharma. A background in immunology/fibrosis and/or immuno-oncology of solid tumors would be desirable. Experience in working with in vivo models and the authorization for animal experimentation would be a plus but not required. Our program is based on key scientific discoveries described in: Mailly et al. Nature Biotech 2015, Nakagawa et al. Cancer Cell 2016, Aizarani et al. Nature 2019, Hamdane et al. Gastroenterology 2019, Jühling et al. Gut 2021, Qian et al. Gastroenterology 2021, Crouchet et al. Nat. Commun. 2021.
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|France||Pasteur Institute - Paris||MultiSeroSurv - Algorithms and multiplex assays for integrated serological surveillance of malaria and neglected tropical diseases||Michael White||Website|
|Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Diagnostics - We can accommodate scientists with a wide range of expertise from statistics and data science, to the implementation of molecular and serological laboratory assays.|
|France||Normal Superior School (ENS) - paris||spontaneous ZeBrain - Whole-brain dynamics underlying self-generated behaviour||German Sumbre||Website|
|Optics for neuroscience - Improvement of a light-sheet microscope for zebrafish functional imaging.|
adaptive optics, holographics
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Paris||MECHABLASTO - Morphogenesis during pre-implantation development: molecular and mechanical regulation||Jean-Léon Maître||Website|
|France||Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon - Lyon||CRUSLID - Formation, magmatic evolution and present-day structure of the CRUsts of Stagnant-LID planets||Chloe Michaut||Website|
|Geophysics, Geodynamics - Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research scientist to join the ERC project CRUSLID based at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France. The project CRUSLID, which started on October 1st 2021, aims at determining the present-day nature and structure of the crusts and the physical and geological processes leading to crust formation and evolution on stagnant-lid planets. |
On terrestrial bodies that do not show plate tectonics, lithosphere cooling is a major source of stress. Lithosphere cooling depends on the distribution in heat sources vertically, in between the mantle and crust, as well as laterally, in between the different geological provinces. The aim of the post-doc is to investigate the link between observed seismicity and the build-up of stress by lithosphere cooling.
The position is available for a year, with possible renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance. The position is based at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon, in the Laboratoire de Géologie de Lyon, Terre, Planètes, Environnement, Lyon, France.
Applicants should hold a PhD degree, a background in continuum mechanics is essential.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, research statement, graduate transcript and contact information for three references to Chloé Michaut (email@example.com). Please mention in your application the reference Postdoc1-CRUSLID.
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Lyon||THEMPO - The missing link between Perception and Cognition: The case of multiple-person scenarios||Liuba Papeo||Website|
|cognitive scientist, psychologist, computer scientist, data analyst - Experience with functional neuroimaging (fMRI) data analysis would be a plus|
|France||Centrale Nantes - Marseille||C0PEP0D - Life and death of a virtual copepod in turbulence||Christophe Eloy||Website|
|2-year postdoc position in experimental fluid mechanics - How do copepods react to a turbulent flow?|
Candidates should hold a PhD in Fluid Mechanics, Soft Matter, or Biophysics. They should have some experience in experimental work and have an outstanding track-record. Candidates with a taste for interdisciplinary research will receive a particular attention.
Candidates are invited to contact Christophe Eloy and Gautier Verhille by email before May 31, 2022 for a starting date in Sep. 2022 or later. They should provide: (1) a detailed CV with a publication list, (2) contact information of at least 2 academic references, and (3) a 2-page research statement describing past activities and research interests.
|France||Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - Paris||Shadoks - Active nanofluidics towards ionic machines||Lyderic Bocquet||Website|
|experiments or modelling of nanoscale fluid transport -|
|France||Normal Superior School (ENS) - Paris||OrganellenanoComp - Computational methods and modeling to decipher organelle nanophysiology||David Holcman||Website|
|Computer science-programing - The lab is looking for a web-programer for SAS. The goal is generated online algorithm to classify the EEG signal recorded from the Brain.|
The candidate should be highly motivated and interested in scientific computing. They are expected to have a strong background in computer science, in particular being familiar with object-oriented programming, web applications, version control, and software testing.
Tasks will be assigned either on backend or frontend development depending on the candidate technical skills.
Preferred skills for the backend include
● Scipy ecosystem
● Python web frameworks (e.g. django, flask)
● RDBMS (e.g. MariaDB, Postgres)
Preferred skills for the frontend include
● HTML & CSS
● Frontend frameworks (e.g. React, Vue) and the Flux architecture
Ideally, the candidate will have a record of at least one previous project.
Internship proposal (description and expected training outcomes / 15 lines max):
A large quantity of medical data is routinely acquired in hospitals, but accurate and patient-tailored analysis of these data by specialists is often impossible due to technical constraints and limited time. We developed mathematical models to automatically analyse physiological data such as electroencephalographic recordings (EEG), extracting information that can help practitioners in the decision making. To deploy this novel approach, we need to provide an easily accessible software as a service (SaaS) application that will allow to load patient data and obtain personalized reports and predictions.
Goal: Developing a SaaS for EEG analysis
The candidate will contribute to the development of a SaaS product addressed to medical doctors. The application will implement models to analyze the brain activity based on EEG and extract variables of interest. A web interface will allow access to the results of mathematical analysis and provide user-friendly visualizations.
|France||University of Cergy-Pontoise - Paris||HEPIQ - Hydrodynamics and entropy production in low-dimensional quantum systems||Jacopo De Nardis||Website|
|Theoretical Physics (condensed matter, statistical physics), PhD + PostDoc -|
|France||Brain and Spine Institute (ICM) - Paris||NeuroRemod - Mechanisms of Neuronal Network Remodeling in the Adult Mammalian Brain||Nicolas Renier||Website|
|Analysis of adult brain plasticity - In the adult brain, connections between neurons are mostly stable. However, we are still able to learn or adapt to changes in our environment or physiological states. Learning and adaptation in the adult brain are thought to be mainly driven at the microscopic scale by changes in synaptic strength or recycling of the synapses. However, synaptic plasticity can only modulate communications between neurons whose branches are spatially close.|
It is known that, to a limited extend, mature neurons can add or remove branches to their existing tree. This is an important notion, as this could dramatically expand the number of potentiel partners a neuron could talk to in the network. It could also condition the ability of certain neurons to repair the network after lesions.
Very little is known on the molecular control and the functional implication of long-term and large scale neuronal branch dynamics in the adult brain.
It is challenging to study this phenomenon, as it likely happens in a few neurons in the dense meshwork of the brain. To enhance our capabilities to document axon remodeling in the adult brain, we design assays based on mouse genetics and cutting-edge imaging techniques.
We are looking for individuals with knowledge in either of these fields: image analysis, transcriptomic analysis, and / or mouse behavior analysis.
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Lyon||HypFlow - Inexhaustible Spring of Hyperpolarization For Magnetic Resonance||Sami Jannin||Website|
|France||IFREMER-CNRS-SU - Roscoff||DYNAMIC - A mechanistic approach to understand microbiome-viriome dynamics in nature||Frédérique Le Roux||Website|
|Molecular microbiology, environmental microbiology - phage, vibrio, coevolution, specificity, population, comparative and functional genomic|
|France||University of Bordeaux 1 - Bordeaux||SPECIPHIC - Label-free quantitative nanoscopy for molecular specific identification at depth in pristine living biological tissues||Pierre Bon||Contact||Optics and microscopy for biology - We are developing new label-free method to image biological sample in a quantitative and non-invasive manner. If you have a background in cell biology or a formation in optics, we can have a position for you.|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Grenoble||HiggS2 - Higgs mode in Superconductors||Marie-Aude Measson||Website|
|experimental, condensed matter - https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/752937|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Paris||4D-GenEx - Spatio-temporal Organization and Expression of the Genome||Antoine Coulon||Website|
|Postdoctoral or engineer position to study chromosome mechanics inside living cells - Our team studies the physical organization, dynamics and mechanics of chromosomes in the mammalian nucleus and their relationship with functional genomic processes (http://www.coulonlab.org/). We take a quantitative approach at the physics-biology interface, combining microscopy, mechanical micro-manipulation and physical modeling. We recently developed a new technology to mechanically micro-manipulate chromosomes inside living cells by exerting a force using magnetic nanoparticles onto a genomic locus (preprint: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.04.20.439763).|
– Project –
Based on our new micro-manipulation technology, the recruited postdoc will investigate chromosome mechanics in the nucleus, in physiological and perturbed conditions, as well as the biological response and adaptation of the cell to such mechanical perturbations.
– Qualifications –
The successful applicant should hold a degree in Biology, Biophysics or Biochemistry (a PhD degree for the postdoc position or a Masters degree for the engineer position). She/he should have a strong interest in genome organization, chromosome biology and quantitative approaches. Prior experience with live fluorescence microscopy and cell biology techniques and good level of programming (Python) are recommended.
– Context –
Institut Curie is an internationally renowned research institution bringing together biologists, physicists, chemists, bioinformaticians and clinicians. Our team is part of the ‘Nuclear Dynamics’ unit (CNRS UMR3664), with biologists studying different aspects of the cell nucleus, and the ‘Physical Chemistry’ unit (CNRS UMR168), with physicists working on diverse biological topics. The projects will benefit from our collaborations with the Fachinetti and Coppey/Hajj teams (Institut Curie), Mirny team (MIT, USA), Pons team (ESPCI) and Giovannangeli team (MNHN).
– Position offered –
The position can start as soon as needed. Funding will be offered for 18~24 months (depending on start date). The recruited candidate will be expected and helped to apply for additional funding (postdoc fellowship or PhD scholarship).
– Application –
Interested candidates should contact Antoine Coulon at firstname.lastname@example.org with their CV and a motivation letter.
|France||National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) - Bordeaux||MiCaBra - Mitochondrial Cannabinoid Receptors in the Brain||Giovanni Marsicano||Contact|
|France||Curie Institute - paris||MAIT - Tissue repair functions of MAIT cells: integrating thymic pre-commitment and peripheral signals||Olivier Lantz||Website|
|Wet biologist in immunology or bio-informatician - Applicants are invited for position within the research group led by Dr. Olivier|
Lantz to work on Mucosal Associated Invariant T (MAIT) cells biology in the context of his
ERC advanced grant (2020-2025). The project may address MAIT development but will be
defined with the applicant according to his/her expertise and wishes.
The team studying MAIT cell biology encompasses 11 persons: 1 staff-scientist, 4 postdocs,
3 PhD students, and 2 technicians. The techniques used routinely are multicolor FACS analysis
and sorting, quantitative PCR, transgenic and KO mice, cell transfection, NGS, cellular
immunology. Many studies will be done in vivo in mice.
The group is part of a 130-person immunology department headed by A.M. Lennon. The
lab is located within the Institut Curie campus in the center of Paris. The building is equipped
with state of the art facilities (imaging, proteomic, animal facility, genomic and cytometry
platforms). The Institute hosts around 1200 bench scientists including many foreign postdoctoral
fellows. The candidate will benefit from a stimulating pluridisciplinary environment.
Candidates will have a Ph.D. in immunology. She/he should have demonstrated success in
a previous research experience in immunology or related fields testified by publications.
Strong motivation, autonomy and ability to quickly and effectively develop new projects in
relation with the group leader and collaborators will be essential.
Written and spoken English is mandatory.
|France||Curie Institute - Paris||VitruVius - The Genetics and Physiology of Growth and Size Determination||Pierre Leopold||Website|
|Funding for 18 month of postdoc salary.|
|France||Paris||HOLOVIS - Holographic control of visual circuits||Valentina Emiliani||Website|
|Physicist with experience in optical microscopy|
Neurophysiologist with experience in electrophysiology -
|France||Centre de Physique des particules de Marseille - Marseille||NEPAL - NEw Physics searches with tAu Leptons||Justine Serrano||Website|
|Data analysis - Being forbidden in the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics, lepton flavor violating decays are among the most powerful probes to search for physics beyond the SM. In view of the recent anomalies seen by LHCb on tests of lepton flavor universality in \( b\to s \ell \ell\) and \( b \to c \ell \nu\) processes, the interest of lepton flavor violating decays involving tau leptons in the initial or final state has been greatly reinforced. In particular, several new physics models predict branching fractions of \( \tau \to \phi\mu\) and \(B \to K\tau\mu \) decays just below the current experimental limits.|
The Belle II experiment located at KEK, Japan, started to take data in 2019, aiming at collecting 50 times more data than its predecessor, Belle, by 2031. Thanks to its clean environment and high ?+?- cross section, it provides an ideal environment to study decays with tau leptons. The goal of this phD is to exploit the Belle II data in order to obtain the best experimental limits on lepton flavor violating decays such as \(B \to \tau\ell X\), where X is a hadronic system and \( \ell\) an electron or a muon.
Data analysis, participation to data taking, participation to Belle II service tasks, activities of outreach and dissemination.
|France||Curie Institute - Paris||CHROMADICT - Chromatin Adaptations through Interactions of Chaperones in Time||Genevieve Almouzni||Website|
|Interest in chromatin and Nuclear functions, cell fate, biochemistry, cell biology, development, advanced imaging, computational biology, bioinformatics - Broadly in the area of our ongoing project on the network of histone chaperones and histone variants, as well as 3D genome architecture|
|France||Paris Observatory - Meudon||EXORADIO - Low frequency radio search and study of exoplanet magnetospheres and star-planet plasma interactions||Philippe Zarka||Website|
|NenuFAR imaging pipeline and radio-exoplanets - See https://bit.ly/3pEsFxf|
|France||University of Lorraine - Nancy||REACHER - Reactive Fluids for intensified thermal energy conversion||Silvia Lasala||Website|
|Molecular dynamics simulation to calculate thermodynamic properties of molecules - Molecular dynamic simulations have to be performed in order to predict thermodynamic properties of molecules involved in the chemical reactions studied in the project. One of the difficulties of the study is the validation of these simulations since no other modelling alternative exist to determine these properties. Also, the investigated molecules are new systems and data are not available in the literature. |
A Chemical Engineering background with very good knowledge in molecular dynamics simulation is required.
|France||University of Rennes 1 - Rennes||SHIFUMI - SOMO-HOMO Inversion For chiral open-shell pi-conjUgated systeMs||Ludovic Favereau||Website|
|PhD students and Post docs in in Synthesis and Physical Organic Chemistry - Work under the supervision of Dr. Ludovic Favereau either as a PhD or a postdoc. This project is concerned with the synthesis and investigation of π-conjugated chiral open-shell architectures with a particular focus on synthesis, aromaticity, excited state properties, radical delocalization and charge transport.|
|France||Sorbonne University - PARIS||SMARTIES - Scattering Media as a Resource Towards Information Processing and Sensing||Sylvain Gigan||Website|
|Wavefront shaping and computational imaging -|
|France||Inserm - Lille||WATCH - Well-Aging and the Tanycytic Control of Health||Vincent Prevot||Website|
|Electrophysiologist - Study of neuron-glia interactions in the hypothalamus in mice|
|France||CNRS - Palaiseau||FRESCO - FeRroElectric control of Spin-charge interCOnversion||Manuel Bibes||Website|
|Post-doc on the growth of ferroelectrics by pulsed laser deposition -|
|France||CEA - Gif sur Yvette||ReNewHydrides - Renewable Hydride Donors and Their Utilization in Catalytic Reduction and Deoxygenation Reactions||Thibault Cantat||Website|
|Postdoctoral research in homogeneous catalysis and molecular electrochemistry - The Cantat research group is looking for a postdoctoral researcher with a training and expertise in homogeneous catalysis and/or molecular electrochemistry to explore a research project aiming at the preparation of silicon and boron based hydrides using renewable energy sources.|
|France||University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis - Valbonne||ANDLICA - Anderson Localization of Light by Cold Atoms||Robin Kaiser||Website|
|Theory and Experiments on light scattering by cold atoms - Analytical and numerical studies of localisation of light.|
Using existing codes (in mathlab or python) solved coupled dipole equations to explore regimes where Anderson localisation of light is expected, e.g. in high density samples of cold atoms or by applying random light shifts to emulate diagonal disorder in the coupling matrix.
An expertise on light scattering, atomic physics, random matrices or Anderon localisation is an important asset.
If instrumental techniques (optics, laser physics) are well mastered, participating in the experiments on Anderson localisation and/or coherent transport of light through atomic samples will be possible.
|France||Curie Institute - Paris||Scaling-Sensitivity - Developmental scaling of cell mechanosensitivity in epithelial tissue||Yohanns Bellaiche||Website|
|Pre or Postdoc position to explore tissue morphogenesis and mechanosensing - Our team, “Polarity Division and Morphogenesis”, addresses emerging questions in the field of epithelial tissue development focusing on both genetic and mechanic regulations. In this context, we are looking for a predocoral or postdoctoral fellow to explore the mechanisms of mechano-sensing and morphogenesis in Drosophila using state-of-the art imaging methods, optogenetics and quantitative approaches.|
A three-years contract.
A highly multidisciplinary research team (biology, physics and biostatistics) with access to state-of-the-art microscopy equipment and core facilities.
A large set of training opportunities to broaden your skills.
|France||French National Research Center - Lille||POSEIDON - Unconventional principles of underwater wave control in the sub-wavelength regime||Marco Miniaci||Contact||Available position 1 = PostDoc position.|
Description: S/he will qualitative and quantitative characterize through advanced imaging techniques, mechanical and dynamical tests (not limited to): seashells, insect wings, algae, etc.
Competencies required: computational / experimental biomechanics, biology, materials engineering, computational mechanics, FEM, BEM, and meshless programming.
PhD in FE-related discipline applied to solid-fluid interaction would be a plus.
Available position 2 = PhD
Develop analytical and numerical tools for wave propagation analysis in periodic media (fluid-structure interaction).
Competencies required: Master in engineering, mathematics / physics + preliminary skills in programming (Matlab, Python, C++).
Knowledge in fluid-structure interaction would be a plus.
Expertise in problems of fluid-structure interaction, quasi-periodicity, nonlinear and multi-scale calculation.
|France||CNRS-France - Palaiseau||Genesis - GEnerating extreme NEutrons for achieving controlled r-process nucleosyntheSIS||Julien Fuchs||Website|
|Postdoctoral position in experimental, laser-driven laboratory astrophysics at LULI (Ecole Polytechnique, France) - The context is the one of the ERC Advanced project “GENESIS”, outlined in Ref. , which involves activities both in high-energy density and relativistic plasmas. The project aims at advancing our knowledge on nuclear reaction cross-sections that are at play in nucleosynthesis reactions in extreme astrophysical phenomena, using next-generation high-power lasers, like the “Apollon” laser facility .|
The project thus will involve performing experiments using astrophysically-scaled plasmas [3,4,5] and develop high-density particle beams based on lasers [2,6] in order to study the underlying mechanisms at play in nucleosynthesis-prone environments. The candidate will thus take the responsibility of designing, fielding, executing and analysing the experiments. The responsibility will also involve teaming up with the PhD students involved in the project, the external collaborators working on the project, as well as interacting with the other post-doctoral associates working with advanced numerical simulations in order to analyse hand-in-hand the results.
The position is with a contract duration of two years (the exact
dates can be negotiated). The research work will be mainly carried out at LULI (Ecole polytechnique, near Paris, France), using in-house laser facilities (LULI2000, and Apollon) with as
well as stays abroad for experiments at users’ facilities. The salary will depend on education and
years of experience. A PhD in experimental plasma physics, nuclear physics or a related field is required. Candidates should send their applications electronically, including a CV, a publication list and a statement of research interests, and provide contact information for references. Note that access to LULI is restricted to certain nationalities.
 Chen+, Matter Radiat. Extrem. 4, 054402 (2019) DOI: 10.1063/1.5081666.
 Burdonov+, Matter Radiat. Extrem 6, 064402 (2021); DOI: 10.1063/5.0065138  Yao+, Nat. Phys. 17, 1177 (2021); DOI: 10.1038/s41567-021-01325-w
 Burdonov+, A&A 648, A81 (2021); DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202040036
 Revet+, Nat. Comm. 12, 762 (2021); DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-20917
 Martinez+, Matter Radiat. Extrem 7, 024401 (2022); DOI: 10.1063/5.0060582
|France||Sciences Po - Paris||HMTG - Historical Migrations, Trade, and Growth||Thomas Chaney||Website|
|Economist or computer scientist - Work on project related to international trade, international migrations, economic history, economic growth. The candidate would have a large autonomy to work on their own research. They would also have the opportunity to work on the ongoing HTMG research projects, as well as coordinate the work of the research team.|
|France||Pasteur Institute - Paris||crInSitu - In situ genetic perturbation of gut bacteria with engineered phage vectors and CRISPR||David Bikard||Website|
|Microbiologist / Molecular Biologist / Computational Biologist - We are looking for researchers to join our ERC funded project on the development of novel Synthetic Biology approaches to study and control bacteria of the microbiome. Researchers at all stages of their career are welcome to apply.|
|France||CNRS - LAAS - TOULOUSE||PyroSafe - Integration of new nano-engineered safe energetic layers with Sensors and Electronics to manufacture Safety-Critical Microsystems||Carole Rossi||Website|
|skills in material science, CFD modelling or Machine learning - Several master, doctoral and postdoctoral positions are available in 2022 and 2023 in material modelling (CFD numerical modelling), machine learning and nanomaterail synthesis. |
Any motivated students or scientists are welcome. We already host a Syrian young refugee and would be very happy to provide support to Ukrenian scientists.
|France||National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automatic Control (INRIA) - Paris / Palaiseau||NeuroLang - Accelerating Neuroscience Research by Unifying Knowledge Representation and Analysis Through a Domain Specific Language||Demian Wassermann||Website|
|Software engineering for the development of neuroimaging meta-analytic tools based on probabilistic logic programming and machine learning - With the help of D. Wassermann and the Parietal team, the recruited person will be taken to the development of a software tool for the analysis of neuroimaging information bridging neuroanatomy, congitive sciences, machine learning, and computer science. The work will take place within the tool neurolang.github.io . The candidate will be allowed a weekly slot for personal projects whithin the scope of the team or Inria.|
|France||French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission - Paris||ATMO - Atmospheres across the Universe||Pascal Tremblin||Website|
|1-year position Engineer in High Performance Computing - Contract:|
1 year at CEA/DRF Maison de la Simulation, CEA Paris-Saclay, France
Context & Role:
The successful candidate will coordinate and contribute to application software development related to the ERC Project ATMO. The goal is to produce and use high-end simulation tools designed for the next generation of largest supercomputers (GPUs, Xeon Phis, etc) for the study of convective dynamos in stars, brown dwarfs, and exoplanets. He/she will take advantage of the innovative library Kokkos to achieve performance portability between different architectures, and will contribute to the incorporation of the library PDI in the simulation code ARK. The successful candidate will contribute to the implementation of a large scale “grand challenge” simulation of a convective dynamo on the new French supercomputer Adastra.
He/she will be also part of teams of HPC experts from Maison de la Simulation and will work in collaboration with an international scientific community. He/she will have the opportunity to work on production level HPC codes running on the most powerful supercomputers.
Required skills :
• PhD or master’s degree in a scientific domain strongly connected to HPC
• Operational knowledge of techniques and programming language (Fortran90, C or C++) for application development
• Strong experience in application parallelization (MPI, OpenMP) and scientific codes optimization on various architectures (SMP, MPP) running in Unix environment
• Skills to work in a team
Additional funding for collaborations and personal equipment is available. The positions include comprehensive benefits packages such as transportation and lunch subsidies, medical insurance, maternity leave and retirement benefits.
To apply, please send a CV, a publication list to pascal.tremblin[at]cea.fr and arrange to have 1 letter of reference forwarded to the same email address.
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Tours-Nouzilly||therautism - New molecular targets and proof-of-concept therapies for Autism Spectrum Disorders||Lucie Pellissier||Website|
|visiting or postdoc researcher - The project aims to identify the molecular substrates of social interaction in animal models with social interaction deficits and in humans (Autism Spectrum Disorders). The work will be based in the multidisciplinary BIOS team, and will benefit from the multiple facilities and scientific environment of the research Unit, Physiology of reproduction and behaviors, located in the beautiful Loire Valley (200km from Paris). Applicants must have a PhD or equivalent degree in Neuroscience or related discipline or in biostatistics #single cells #Omics #behaviour|
|France||Brain and Spine Institute (ICM) - Paris||EPITOR - Neurobiology of Epilepsy genes||Stephanie Baulac||Website|
|Neuroscience (cerebral organoids, mice models) - Our laboratory investigates the genetic etiology and the pathomechanisms underlying developmental epilepsies, with a special focus on brain somatic mosaicism in cortical malformations, notably focal cortical dysplasia (FCD). To do so, we employ a multi-disciplinary approach integrating genetic/genomic studies in human brain tissues and disease modeling in vitro using hiPSC-derived mosaic brain organoids and in vivo using in utero-based electroporation mouse models mimicking FCD somatic mutations. Tools include Crispr-editing, 3D cell culture, high-throughput screening, imaging and single-cell omics.|
|France||University of Orleans - Orléans||TRACE-it - Controlling particle flow driven by local concentration gradients in geological porous media||Sophie Roman||Website|
|Particle transport by diffusiophoresis in porous media - ERC project “TRACE-it” (2022-2027), summary:|
Many engineering applications foreseen the usage of small particles for groundwater remediation or for sealing damaged geological confinement barriers, however, delivering materials to a contaminated or damaged region is challenging. TRACE-it aims at controlling the flow of colloidal particles in subsurface geological environments using in situ solute concentration gradients. The phenomenon, known as diffusiophoresis, has a tremendous potential to move colloids to regions that are inaccessible by conventional transport. Diffusiophoretic transport in porous media, however, has received very little attention so far, especially in standard transport in porous media models where it remains unconsidered.
What is the magnitude and location of solute concentration gradients produced during subsurface processes? How to use these gradients to transport colloids towards target regions? The answers will be found through a combined experimental-modelling approach to: (i) measure coupled hydro-electro-chemical dynamics, (ii) characterize concentration gradients generated in situ in geological porous media, (iii) identify the influence of concentration gradients on particle transport and develop a macroscale model of transport in porous media that includes diffusiophoresis. TRACE-it integrates the usage of microfluidic experiments, observation techniques, and multi-scale computational fluid dynamics to describe the transport mechanisms at the pore-scale before upscaling to the continuum-scale.
The experimental-modelling toolset will open new ways for moving colloidal particles by sensing chemical gradients generated naturally or from human activity, leading them to their target such as oil, contaminants, or reacting minerals. During column-scale experiments, controlling colloid transport will be achieved through the characterization of solute concentration gradients and the use of specifically designed particles.
Role of the PhD student:
The objective is to describe diffusiophoretic transport of colloids in porous media at the pore-scale, and to include diffusiophoresis in transport models at the macroscale. Given the state-of-the-art on diffusiophoretic transport, a description of this phenomenon in complex geometries is needed. Besides, in current diffusiophoresis models the distribution of chemical concentrations relies on oversimplified models, e.g. linear concentration profile in a straight channel. In this work, for the first time, we will couple solute distributions predicted for subsurface processes (task done in parallel of the PhD work) and diffusiophoretic transport, at the pore-scale and at the macroscale.
The PhD candidate will study the transport of particles having different properties in terms of radius and surface charges in porous media of well-controlled geometry, subject to chemical gradients. We will start with rigid spherical particles, then extending to porous, soft particles, or droplets. A numerical model will be developed that couples fluid/solute/particle dynamics, it will be compared with experimental microfluidic data through an iterative process: from single pores, to network of pores, to macroscale models.
S. Marbach, H. Yoshida, L. Bocquet (2020), Local and global force balance for diffusiophoretic transport, Journal of Fluid Mechanics: 892, A6.
S. Shin, J. Ault, P. Warren, H. Stone (2017), Accumulation of Colloidal Particles in Flow Junctions Induced by Fluid Flow and Diffusiophoresis”, Physical Review X7
C. Soulaine, J. Maes, S. Roman (2021), Computational microfluidics for geosciences, Frontiers in Water: 3,p. 11.
D. Velegol, A. Garg, R. Guha, A. Kar, M. Kumar (2016), Origins of concentration gradients for diffusiophoresis, Soft Matter: 12 (21), pp. 4686–4703.
Work environment: Institut des Sciences de la Terre d’Orléans (ISTO):
The Institute of Earth Sciences in Orléans is a joint research unit (UMR) comprising members of the University of Orléans, the CNRS (the French National Centre for Scientific Research), and the BRGM (the French Geological Survey). It is part of the Observatory of Sciences of the Universe in the Region Centre (OSUC), a federal organization.
Constraints and risks
No constraints or risks, except classic chemical, laser, and electrical risks.
Candidate profile: MSc degree (or engineering school), background in engineering, physics, soft matter, or fluid mechanics. A strong taste for research and laboratory work. Drafting quality.
To apply: the project will start on June 1st 2022, for now contact the PI for more details.
Deadline for application: until the position is filled
|France||University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis - Nice||A-LIFE - The asymmetry of life: towards a unified view of the emergence of biological homochirality||Cornelia Meinert||Contact||system chemistry, prebiotic chemistry, analytical chemist, biopolymers - We are looking for a candidate to tackle the molecular self-assembly of prebiotic biopolymers under early Earth conditions by geophysical hydration-dehydration cycles. The work requires the use of the following analytical and optical techniques: GC and LC-MS, CD spectroscopy, NMR, and TEM.|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Grenoble||CoherentGlasses - A coherent view of Glasses: How coherent x-rays can elucidate the complex dynamics of glasses||Beatrice Ruta||Contact||Relaxation processes in structural glasses under extreme conditions - The student will perform new ground breaking experiments in metallic and chalcogenide glasses at high pressure and temperature in previously unexplored dynamical range by combining different laboratory and synchrotron techniques like fast scanning chip nanocalorimetry (FDSC), high energy X-ray Diffraction (XRD), X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy (XPCS) and high pressure devices (Diamond anvil cells). The main focus of this study will be on the connection between the relaxation spectrum and the long-term kinetics of transformation (physical aging) in glass formers and their evolution during polyamorphic transitions. |
The successful candidate will be expected to have a strong interest in physics or materials science and should be able to work independently. Experience with calorimetry or high pressure devices (diamond anvil cell) will be appreciated. This project has received funding from the European Research Council. The student will work in an international environment and will perform experiments in partner laboratories (Spain, Denmark, Germany, Italy) and European synchrotrons. She (he) will be also visitor student at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility in Grenoble, France.
|France||University of Paris - Paris||DeadorAlive - Understanding the mechanical control of cell extrusion in collective assemblies||Benoit Ladoux||Website|
|Interface between cell biology and Biophysics/Role of the acto-myosin cytoskeleton in cell extrusion mechanisms -|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Strasbourg||E-BoP - European Birds of Passage - An Empirical Legal Theory of Temporary Labour Migration in Europe||Marco Rocca||Contact||Labour Law -|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Grenoble||HiggS² - Higgs mode in Superconductors||Marie-Aude Measson||Website|
|condensed matter background -|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Grenoble||HiggS² - Higgs mode in Superconductors||Marie-Aude Measson||Website|
|condensed matter experimentalist, holds a PhD - https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/727408|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Aix-en-Provence||SCALED - Integrating processes across scales to understand and predict ecological dynamics in landscapes||Cécile Albert||Website|
|Landscape genetics - ecology - landscape ecology - genetics - Analysing genetic data at landscape scales. Such as microsatellites or SNPs data.|
|France||ARMINES - Association for Research and Development of Industrial Methods and Processes - Paris||ECLIPSE - Exotic superconducting CIrcuits to Probe and protect quantum States of light and mattEr||Zaki Leghtas||Website|
|Quantum information. Superconducting circuits. Dynamical systems. Quantum error correction. Theory or experiments.|
|France||INRAE - Le Rheu||HoloE2Plant - Exploring the Holobiont concept through a Plant Evolutionary Experiment study||Claudia Bartoli||Contact||PhD position in plant-microbial interaction, ecology and evolution - Understanding the microbial-host interactions under an evolutionary perspective, is the first requisite to understand what is called the holobiont concept. In this light, the HoloE2Plant project aims at combining experimental evolution, quantitative genomics and modelling to decipher the evolutionary processes underlying the plant-microbiome interaction. |
The PhD candidate will join a young and dynamic team and will participate to: i) characterize at the genomic level fungal and bacterial communities isolated from wild Brassica rapa populations ii) reconstruct the metabolic capabilities of these communities to identify Synthetic Microbial Communities (SynCom) representing the function plant microbiome iii) test the ability of the SynCom to reduce disease though a novel evolutionary experiment approach.
The candidate needs to fill the following criteria: A Master degree in Ecology and Evolution and strong skills in bioinformatics, statistics and modelling. The English language is mandatory. Skills in plant assays are welcome but not mandatory.
If you are interested in this position, please to contact Claudia Bartoli: Claudia.email@example.com
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Bordeaux||cofacTau - Cofactors at the core of tau prion behavior||Yann Fichou||Website|
|The tau protein is an intrinsically disordered protein present in the brain where it regulates the microtubule activity. Tau is directly implicated in several neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's disease. In these diseases, called tauopathies, tau aggregates into so-called amyloid filaments, which are deleterious for the survival of neurons and can spread throughout the brain. Our group studies the formation of these aggregates and more generally the molecular basis of tauopathies. |
This project aims to study the mechanisms of tau protein aggregation induced by different co-factors. In particular, we are interested in the molecular factors that modulate the structure and the pathological activity of the tau aggregates. During this thesis, the candidate will (i) express and purify several versions of the tau protein (whole, truncated, mutated...) (ii) perform aggregation tests under different conditions representing pathological situations and (iii) perform morphological and structural characterizations. The main methods used will be fluorescence spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopies, atomic force microscopy (AFM) and electron microscopy. This thesis, funded by an ERC European project, will be carried out in a multidisciplinary context involving several national and international collaborations.
The candidate should have a background in biology/biochemistry/biophysics/physical chemistry, should be highly motivated, curious, autonomous and have a good sense of teamwork. An interest in molecular sciences is essential and a first experience in protein production will be appreciated.
The thesis will take place at the CBMN Laboratory (UMR5248) in the team of Y. Fichou, located at the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology (IECB) near Bordeaux. The IECB is a multidisciplinary institute at the interface of biology and chemistry, and is equipped with several platforms in structural biology (crystallography/X-ray diffraction, NMR, mass spectrometry, electron microscopy) that will be accessible during the thesis project.
|France||French National Institute for Health and Medical Research (INSERM) - Bordeaux||NascenTomiX - Ribosome Inhibition by Nascent or Antimicrobial Peptides||Axel Innis||Website|
|Research assistant (« Assistant ingénieure⋅e ») in microbiology / molecular biology - OBJECTIVE|
To develop an in vivo technique for the selection of nascent peptides that inhibit bacterial translation.
• Apply a set of biological techniques (microbiology, molecular biology and biochemistry) within the context of a project aiming to develop and optimize an in vivo selection protocol for inhibitory nascent peptide identification.
• Perform routine microbiological experiments (bacterial cultures, transformation, selection...).
• Setup simple strategies for cloning, expressing and purifying recombinant proteins.
• Produce, amplify, modify and purify nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). Prepare libraries for deep sequencing.
• Write and update preparation and technical protocol sheets.
• Record, format and present results.
• Apply regulations related to experimental activities.
• The selected candidate will work with a research scientist within the team.
• Good knowledge of microbiology, molecular biology and biochemistry.
• Intermediate level of English B1 minimum.
• Knowledge of French not required.
• Master basic microbiology, molecular biology and/or biochemistry techniques.
• Know how to optimize molecular biology and biochemistry protocols.
• Follow good laboratory practice.
• Initiative, autonomy, rigor, organization, attention to detail
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team
• Ability to work in a multidisciplinary environment
• Ability to transmit and share knowledge with a variety of people, in particular non-French speakers
The research assistant will work in the "Translational regulation of gene expression" team directed by Dr. Axel INNIS (DR-2) (www.innislab.org), at the IECB in Bordeaux (www.iecb.u-bordeaux.fr).
Undergraduate degree in a relevant field (microbiology, molecular biology or biochemistry)
The Innis team is part of INSERM (ARNA laboratory, U1212 – CNRS UMR 5320) and is hosted at the European Institute of Chemistry and Biology (IECB). The IECB is a multidisciplinary research institute located on the campus of the University of Bordeaux in Pessac. It houses ~15 research teams, as well as several core facilities with state-of-the-art equipment for biochemistry, structural biology (cryo-electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, NMR), mass spectrometry, and several other biophysical techniques. The Innis team offers a dynamic and international environment where cutting-edge research on the regulation of bacterial translation by peptides and antibiotics is conducted using structural biology and high-throughput molecular biology / biochemistry techniques.
Fixed-term contract. Duration: 1 year if starting on June 1, 2022 (must apply by April 25, 2022). Gross monthly salary of €1860.35.
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Paris||SHRED - Survival of Hadean REmnants in a Dynamic mantle||Catherine Chauvel||Website|
|Geochemist specialised in analyses of minerals using coupled laser source-ICPMS -|
|France||National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) - Montpellier||RetroChrom - Deciphering the molecular mechanisms of HIV DNA nuclear import and the impact of 3D genome organization on integration site selection||Monsef Benkirane||Website|
|How 3D genome organization affects HIV transcription - The postdoc will be in charge of deciphering the impact of nuclear organization on integration site selection and on viral and host transcription. Expertise in genomics and Chromatin biology is required.|
|France||National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) - Paris||DAMOCLES - Modelling brain aneurysm to elucidate the role of platelets||Yacine Boulaftali||Website|
|Research Technician - Goal: Study the role of platelets and signaling during brain aneurysm|
Tasks: To perform ELISA, western blot, immunofluorescence staining, genotyping
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Kaiserslautern||TOROS - A Theory-Oriented Real-Time Operating System for Temporally Sound Cyber-Physical Systems||Björn Brandenburg||Website|
|probabilistic timing analysis for real-time systems - Focus area: probabilistic timing analysis|
Prerequisites: strong background in probability theory and statistics, and a Bachelor’s degree in computer science (or a closely related field)
Desired optional qualifications: prior study of scheduling theory is a big plus; a Master’s degree in computer science (or a closely related field) is preferable
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - Muenchen||SuperTwist - Understanding unconventional superconductivity in twisted flatlands||Dmitri Efetov||Contact||Research Assistant - 2D materials and twistronics.|
|Germany||University of Tuebingen - Tuebingen||CrossLingference - Cross-Linguistic statistical inference using hierarchical Bayesian models||Gerhard Jäger||Website|
|- good programming skills|
- strong working knowledge either of Bayesian statistics or of Deep Learning
- background in historical linguistics -
|Germany||Helmholtz Center Munich - German Research Center for Environmental Health - Neuherberg||StopWaste - Targeting the crosstalk of lipid and glucose metabolism to stop cancer-associated wasting||Maria Rohm||Website|
|Experience in molecular and cellular biology, animal experimentation, -omics data analysis, cancer and metabolism - With your project, you will investigate the molecular mechanism of body weight loss in cancer, so called cancer cachexia. Cachexia is a deadly disease associated with cancer. Using our established mouse models and cell culture experiments paired with state-of-the-art –omics techniques, you will identify novel regulators of body weight loss in cancer.|
|Germany||Technical University of Dresden - Dresden||T2DCP - Development of Thiophene Based Conjugated Polymers in Two Dimensions||Xinliang Feng||Website|
|Germany||University of Bonn - Bonn||NPSkills - Analysis of Structural Economic Models: Misspecification and Flexible Estimation||Joachim Freyberger||Contact||The ERC project deals with identification and estimation issues of structural economic models in general and dynamic skill formation models in particular. There are both theoretical components, with the goal to develop novel semiparametric estimators, and empirical components, where the methods are applied in new settings.|
Applicants should have a strong background in econometrics or statistics and be interested in empirical economic research. Proficient programming skills in R, Matlab, Python, or related programs are also desirable.
|Germany||University of Trier - Trier||STRADA - Simulation of Transport between the Adriatic Sea and the Danube||Leif Scheuermann||Website|
|Researcher in Ancioant history / archaeology - Reconstruction of ancient land routes between the Adriatic Sea and the Danube. Participation in experiments to determine the performance factors of ancient means of transport.|
Excellent German language skills are essential!
|Germany||German Cancer Research Center - Heidelberg||BrainBreaks - DNA Breaks Shape Neural Genome Heterogeneity||Pei-Chi Wei||Website|
|Internship or conduct master thesis study. - You will work closely with a Ph.D. student under an umbrella project to identify genomic lesions occurring in the neural stem cells. We have established a stressed mouse model to promote DNA lesions that are relevant to brain diseases, including neuropsychiatric disorders and cancers. The project will mainly focus on phenotyping the stress mouse model, focusing on embryonic neurogenesis. We anticipate the candidates have basic knowledge in biology, biochemistry, developmental biology, or medicine. Candidates should be able to communicate in English, be open-minded, enjoy and appreciate teamwork atmosphere, and be motivated.|
|Germany||University of Marburg - Marburg||KIWIsome - Kiwellins in the plant defense against pathogenic invaders||Gert Bange||Website|
|We are offering possibilities for Master students, which are interested in studying plant defense mechanisms against pathogenic fungi and bacteria. If you interested in joining the lab, please contact Prof. Dr. Gert Bange via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Germany||European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) - Heidelberg||CellStructure - Structural cell biology in situ using superresolution microscopy||Jonas Ries||Website|
|Advanced optical microscopy for structural cell biology - We can offer research internships for scientists with a biology, biophysics or excellent programming skills (Python) and possibly PhD and Postdoc positions for scientists with a Physics/biophysics/optics background or a computational background.|
|Germany||University of Heidelberg - Heidelberg||ENTPAR - Entangled Parliamentarisms: Constitutional Practices in Russia, Ukraine, China and Mongolia, 1905–2005||Ivan Sablin||Website|
|Postdoc in History, Political Science, or related field - Heidelberg University invites applications for a Visiting Postdoctoral Fellowship in Ukrainian Studies in the European Research Council (ERC) Project “Entangled Parliamentarisms: Constitutional Practices in Russia, Ukraine, China and Mongolia, 1905–2005.” The fellow will work on a topic connected to the history of parliamentary institutions in Ukraine. The duration of the fellowship is up to six months.|
The prospective candidate has to hold a PhD (or equivalent) degree in history, political science, international relations, or a related field and have excellent knowledge of Ukrainian. Research itself can be conducted in English or German. Priority will be given to Ukrainian scholars at risk.
Please, submit the following documents electronically as a single PDF-file to email@example.com at your earliest convenience:
- a cover letter with a brief outline of the proposed topic;
- a CV;
- a certificate of a PhD (or equivalent) degree.
The CV and the cover letter have to be in English or German. Other documents can be submitted in English, Ukrainian, or German.
|Germany||Technical University of Munich - Munich||So2Sat - Big Data for 4D Global Urban Mapping – 10^16 Bytes from Social Media to EO Satellites||Xiaoxiang Zhu||Website|
|Beyond Fellows Scholarships - The Future Lab AI4EO: Artificial Intelligence for Earth Observation – Reasoning, Uncertainties, Ethics and Beyond” brings renowned international organizations across the globe and a rich number of highly ranked scientists at all levels together to address three fundamental challenges in Earth observation specific cutting-edge artificial intelligence research –Reasoning, Uncertainties, and Ethics. The research carried out in the Future Lab AI4EO will not only advance Earth observation science but also make key contributions for the interpretability of AI and its ethical implications, and towards AI4EO technology transfer.|
Going beyond these three topics, through the so-called “Beyond Fellow” program, we now invite PhD candidates and early Postdocs to visit the Future Lab for a period of 3 to 6 months and collaborate with us on all possible innovative AI4EO topics. If selected as a Beyond Fellow, we will reimburse your travel costs from your home organization to Munich, Germany, up to 1,000 Euros and you will receive a monthly stipend of 1,750 Euros.
To apply for a Beyond Fellows scholarship, please submit the following files to firstname.lastname@example.org:
– your current CV
– a one-page proposal for the research you plan to carry out during your stay with the AI4EO lab
– if available: a letter of recommendation by your supervisor
– the period of your stay
Candidates will be selected by the steering committee of the Future Lab based on their excellence (as indicated by already existing scientific outputs or grades of the latest academic degree, as well as recommendations by current supervisors) and their innovative AI4EO research topic.
|Germany||University of Wuerzburg - Wuerzburg||4-TOPS - Four experiments in Topological Superconductivity.||Laurens Molenkamp||Website|
|Low temperature transport studies on superconducting nanostructures fabricated from topological materials - We'd welcome applications (at various levels) from researchers interested in fabricating and characterizing|
superconducting nanostructures at our facilities at the Institute for Topological Insulators, Würzburg University.
Our group is mainly experimentally oriented, but theorists with matching interests are also encouraged to contact us.
|Germany||European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) - Heidelberg||DECODE - Decoding Context-Dependent Genetic Networks in vivo||Wolfgang Huber||Website|
|Statistics, computational biology, machine learning, single-cell multi-omics, genetics, functional genomics - About the team:|
The research group of Wolfgang Huber at EMBL develops statistical data analysis and machine learning methods for modern biotechnologies, applies them to biological and biomedical discovery, and translates them into reusable tools by engaging in open source software communities. The interdisciplinary and international team has strong collaborations with researchers in cancer and developmental biology. They use cutting edge experimental data to discover and understand biological processes and to develop new biomedical applications.
About the project:
Project DECODE aims to comprehensively map, model and understand genetic networks in complex tissues in vivo, in the living organism, at single cell resolution. The project combines high-throughput reverse genetics by cell type specific inducible CRISPR-Cas9 gene knockout followed by single-cell RNA-seq (Perturb-Seq), imaging-based phenotyping, statistical data analysis, and mathematical and computational modelling. To drive this ERC Synergy funded collaboration between the cancer and developmental genetics labs of Michael Boutros (DKFZ) and Jan Lohmann (University of Heidelberg) and the computational groups of Wolfgang Huber (EMBL) and Oliver Stegle (DKFZ & EMBL), we are looking for a postdoc in the areas of probabilistic modelling, statistical inference and scientific computing.
As part of the research team, you will participate in the overall project and shape your own research profile in one or several of the following areas:
- Conduct integrative data analysis for biological discovery in:
Single-cell RNA-seq data analysis at ultra-large scale;
High-throughput CRISPR-KO perturbation analysis Imaging-based phenotyping;
- Develop novel computational methods using multivariate statistics, Bayesian inference and manifold learning
- Model cell states, transitions and genetic dependencies;
- Model gene-gene and gene-environment interactions;
- Data science, quality assurance, advanced visualization and model checking;
- Develop scalable and robust software for scientific computing;
- Probabilistic models of genetic causal networks using latent spaces, categories, graphs and dynamic processe.
|Germany||Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft - Berlin||AQUACHIRAL - Chiral aqueous-phase chemistry||Bernd Winter||Website|
|In the Liquid Microjet group we have pioneered the technique of photoemission spectroscopy for research on the electronic structure and dynamics of liquids, most prominently aqueous solutions. We continuously work towards a better understanding of the fundamental processes and their dynamics upon photoionization, requiring development of novel liquid-jet targets and suitable X-ray table-top light sources. - Within this ERC-funded project we add sensitivity on the chirality of hydrated molecules to photoelectron spectroscopy, with immediate relevance to biochemistry and chemical reaction science. The applicant will explore the influence of the handedness of organic molecules (amino acids, sugars) on their photoemission properties, thus establishing a novel technique, liquid-phase photoelectron circular dichroism (PECD), for research on chirality in aqueous solutions. The Molecular Physics Department at FHI offers an international and diverse environment with outstanding capacity for forefront research in its field.|
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Freiburg||EpiRIME - Epigenetic Reprogramming, Inheritance and Memory: Dissect epigenetic transitions at fertilisation and early embryogenesis||Nicola Iovino||Website|
|Fertilization occurs when the two gametes, after epigenetic reprogramming, fuse to produce a totipotent zygote. Although any defects in gametes’ reprogramming can cause infertility, the mechanisms underlying this process, remain poorly understood. |
Our lab now focuses on understanding the epigenetic events contributing to the formation of functional gametes, to the establishment of totipotency, to the conversion of the totipotent zygote’s quiescent genome into a transcriptionally competent one and to the 3D genome organization in the nucleus.
We recently showed that H3K27me3 repressive histone mark is retained on post-meiotic oocytes and it is intergenerationally transmitted from the germline to the early embryo. The maternally inherited H3K27me3 regulates the activation of enhancers and lineage-specific genes during development. Thus, we suggest that H3K27me3 serve as a template of epigenetic memory that can be transferred through the maternal germline and instruct the developmental program of the next generation.
Chromatin inside the nucleus is also organized in complex hierarchical folding patterns, including chromatin loops, topologically associating domains (TADs) and compartmental domains. We discovered a novel and fundamental role for HP1a in the reorganization of chromatin after fertilization. We show that HP1a i) controls the general folding of chromosome arms, ii) controls the clustering and compaction of heterochromatic pericentromeric regions and iii) contribute to the formation of the B compartment. Unexpectedly, we also discovered that the A compartment is generated through an HP1a-independent mechanism.
|Germany||European Southern Observatory (ESO) - Garching||WANDA - Winds ANd Disk structures near and Afar||Carlo F. Manara||Website|
|ERC-funded PhD position(s) in Star and Planet formation at ESO - Up to two PhD positions on observational studies of protoplanetary disk evolution and planet|
formation are offered. The PhD student(s) will join the research group funded by the European
Research Council (ERC) Project WANDA (www.eso.org/~cmanara/wanda_erc.html), led by Carlo
F. Manara, at the ESO Headquarters in Garching, Germany.
The WANDA project aims at tackling the question on when and how exo-planets formed by
investigating the origin of the ring-like and asymmetric structures observed in protoplanetary disks,
the cradle of planets, and pushing such studies to the distant and massive star-forming regions,
the locations that best represent the natal environments of the known exo-planets.
The WANDA team will employ a novel multi-wavelength and multi-technique observational
approach, based on a combination of high-resolution spectroscopy, spatially resolved integral field
spectroscopy, and high spatial resolution imaging at near-infrared and millimeter wavelengths.
The PhD student(s) will develop an original research program based on optical high-resolution
spectroscopy and integral field spectroscopy of pre-main sequence stars. The aim is to determine
wind properties for these targets, to be compared with disk morphologies, as well as their stellar
and accretion properties. The PhD student(s) will collaborate with the WANDA team and other
collaborators at ESO, and interact with collaborators from the international ULLYSES and
PENELLOPE projects (see here https://sites.bu.edu/odysseus/ for details) and many other
colleagues, while being fully inserted in the ESO science environment.
The position(s) will be funded for a duration of 3 years (36 months), with possible extensions of up
to 6 additional months. Salary will be in line with typical ESO Student salaries. The position
includes the benefits as outlined under https://www.eso.org/public/jobs/conditions/paidassoc/ and
a generous travel budget. The applicant must have a MSc or equivalent degree in physics or
astrophysics, completed before the start of the position. Expertise with optical spectroscopy and
programming (e.g. Python) is desirable. We regard diversity as an asset within a team, and
welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences.
For more info, please visit https://www.eso.org/~cmanara/wanda_erc.html#jobs. The deadline for applications is April, 13th 2022, and the selection process will start shortly after. The starting date is negotiable, but it
must be between May and December 2022.
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - Munich||ROMB - Retina Organoid Mechanobiology||Friedhelm Serwane||Website|
|Laboratory assistant - https://bit.ly/37GMlKR|
|Germany||Free University of Berlin - Berlin||SynPromiscuity - Synaptic Promiscuity in Brain Development||Robin Hiesinger||Website|
|Research Assistant / Technical Assistant in the Hiesinger Neurogenetics Lab, Berlin - Drosophila (fruit fly) care, genetics, tissue dissection and microscopy. Training on the job is possible.|
|Germany||University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf - Hamburg||REpAIR - Spatio-Temporal Regulation of Inflammation and Tissue Regeneration: Studying the immune system - tissue - microbiota communication to develop targeted therapies for immune-mediated diseases and cancer||Samuel Huber||Contact||PhD and expertise in basic and translational immunobiology -|
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Garching||AxScale - Axions and relatives across different mass scales||Babette Döbrich||Website|
|Researchers in particle physics - The project will have openings as of November 2022 for students holding at least a master's degree in physics (or equivalent) with some background in particle physics. Programming experience and experience in the analysis of data in the realm of high-energy physics will be an asset. Research projects are possible within the context of the NA62 experiment at CERN or in RF cavity based Dark matter axion searches. Please consult the project webpage or email me for more information|
|Germany||University of Hamburg - Hamburg||SloMo - Slow Motion: Transformations of Musical Time in Perception and Performance||Clemens Wöllner||Website|
|Researcher in musicology, music science or psychology, part-time - We offer a part-time position for a visiting researcher from Ukraine in the fields of musicology, music science or psychology with a research interest in music. The position is based at the University of Hamburg, and can be filled as soon as possible until the end of September 2022. For informal enquiries, please visit our website and send an email.|
|Germany||University of Goettingen - Göttingen||SoundKnowledge - Sound Knowledge: Alternative Epistemologies of Music in the Western Pacific Island World||Birgit Abels||Website|
|Germany||University of Freiburg - Freiburg||PDPcardio - Protein phosphatase 1-disrupting peptides: Scope and mechanism of action in the treatment of heart insufficiency||Maja Köhn||Website|
|Germany||Technical University of Munich - Munich||CO-MAN - Safe data-driven control for human-centric systems||Sandra Hirche||Website|
|Exoskeleton control, physical human-robot interaction, neurorehabilitation - Postdoc or PhD candidate with strong background in control engineering and robotics preferably with expertise in exoskeleton control. The project is about the development of a personalized control system for a hybrid exoskeleton consisting of a wearable robot and functional electrical stimulation system for upper limb rehabilitation. Core challenge is to personalize the control system to individuals exploiting machine learning techniques while guaranteeing safety. Interest for collaboration with medical department desirable. |
|Germany||Leibniz Universität Hannover - Institute for microbiology - Hannover||SecMessFunctions - Revealing second messenger functions in bacterial stress response, cell differentiation and natural product biosynthesis||Natalia Tschowri||Website|
|Postdoctoral Researcher (m/f/d) |
in ERC-funded project “SecMessFunctions” - Responsibilities and duties
The successful candidate will work in the framework of the ERC-funded project “SecMessFunctions: Revealing second messenger functions in bacterial stress response, cell differentiation and natural product biosynthesis”. In this project, we will explore second messengers and regulatory pathways controlling cell differentiation in Streptomyces bacteria. We will employ biochemical approaches to identify new effectors and enzymes in second messenger networks. Fluorescence microscopy-based techniques, molecular biology and bacterial genetics methods will be used to investigate the underlying mechanism controlling development and bacterial stress responses.
To qualify for the position, applicants must hold a university science degree in microbiology, molecular biology or biochemistry. A relevant PhD/doctoral degree is expected. Experience in microbiology, bacterial genetics and microscopy will be considered as advantage. Candidates should have published in peer-review journals, be scientifically highly motivated, team-oriented and have excellent English communication skills (written and spoken).
Leibniz University Hannover considers itself a family-friendly university and therefore promotes a balance between work and family responsibilities. Part-time employment can be arranged upon request.
The university aims to promote equality between women and men. For this purpose, the university strives to reduce under-representation in areas where a certain gender is under-represented. Women are under-represented in the salary scale of the advertised position. Therefore, qualified women are encouraged to apply. Moreover, we welcome applications from qualified men. Preference will be given to equally-qualified applicants with disabilities.
|Germany||Ludwig Maximilians University - Munich||AUTOEVO - Mechanisms to emerge and replicate the first sequence information of life in geothermal microfluidics of early Earth||Dieter Braun||Website|
|Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics - Polymerization and evolution of early RNA in non-equilibrium experiments with mass spec analysis, simulations to start first rounds of evolution on the early earth.|
|Germany||University of Hamburg - Hamburg||PLAMORF - Plant Mobile RNAs: Function, Transport and Features||Julia Kehr||Website|
|Doctoral candidates RNA communication in plants - In frame of the ERC Synergy funded project PLAMORF, the systemic long-distance transport of RNA as a communication molecule (see e.g. DOI: 10.1146/annurev-arplant-070121-033601) will be investigated by three international working groups. In this part of the collaborative project the successful applicants will be primarily involved in research on the functional-structural analysis of mobile RNAs, RNA-binding proteins, and RNA-protein complexes. |
We are seeking excellent and highly motivated individuals with a Master in Molecular Biology or Protein Biochemistry or a related relevant field. The applicants are expected to be team-oriented with very good English communication skills. Profound knowledge of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry is required. Experience with protein and RNA handling, production and purification are mandatory. Knowledge in mass spectrometry of proteins and protein-RNA interactions is advantageous.
The doctoral posts are suitable for young researchers who are passionate about plant biology and novel signalling systems based on systemically transported RNAs and wish to obtain training and experience in novel techniques in a collaborative and international environment.
Payment will be according to the German TVöD scale (E13 65%). Appointments will only be made when a suitable candidate is identified. The contracts are limited to three years.
The application should include a short CV, a letter of motivation stating clearly how previous experience and interests match the post requirements, and names of two referees. Applications should be submitted electronically here: https://www.uni-hamburg.de/en/stellenangebote/ausschreibung.html?jobID=dcd6390a0382f08220714f9d479f122f8f072a2c.
|Germany||German Heart Centre Munich - Munich||STRATO - Stress as a modifier of atherosclerosis - Novel mechanistic insights and therapeutic avenues -||Hendrik Sager||Website|
|The successful applicant should have an excellent command of flow cytometry techniques, in addition to standard molecular biology. - The "European Research Council starting grant" research group of Dr. Hendrik Sager is looking to recruit a highly-motivated PhD student to join a dynamic international research team at the German Heart Center Munich, department of cardiology. Our research focusses on the role of the immune system in cardiovascular disease. Specifically, we are interested in the origin, function and fate of innate immune cells (monocytes, macrophages, neutrophils) in atherosclerosis and wound healing after myocardial infarction. Based on new mechanistic understanding, we seek to develop novel therapeutic concepts. We are part of the German Heart Center Munich and aim translate our findings to better understand and improve human health.|
|Germany||University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf - Hamburg||PSYCHOCELL - Cellular substrate of abnormal network maturation in neuropsychiatric disorders||Ileana Hanganu-Opatz||Website|
|Neurophysiology - A postdoctoral position for neuro- and optophysiology is available at the Institute of Developmental Neurophysiology, University Medical Center Hamburg, Germany.|
Our group investigates the synchronized patterns of electrical activity in the immature brain, their relevance for the development of cognitive and behavioral abilities and their impairment associated with neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders.
For more details: www.opatzlab.com.
We seek a Senior Postdoctoral Neuroscientist to develop, execute and analyze state-of-the-art in vivo imaging, electrophysiology, and optogenetics in developing rodents as part of an EU-funded research project aiming to elucidate the cellular dysfunction in neuropsychiatric disorders. The position offers an excellent opportunity to perform highly collaborative research within the DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center 936.
Qualified candidates should hold a Ph.D, M.D. or equivalent qualification, and should have outstanding certificates and very good publication record. Candidates are also expected to have significant experience in in vivo imaging /optogenetics / electrophysiology as well as strong background in mathematics with good programming and modelling experience. Good communication skills, creative and independent thinking are mandatory.
|Germany||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Karlsruhe||ScAlBox - Engineering Scalable Algorithms for the Basic Toolbox ScAlBox||Peter Sanders||Website|
|Research in Algorithm Engineering -|
|Germany||University of Mainz - Mainz||3D MAGiC - Three-dimensional magnetization textures: Discovery and control on the nanoscale||Mathias Kläui||Website|
|Experimental Condensed Matter Physics - In the Department of Physics, University of Mainz, a PhD position is immediately available in the field of|
spintronics with magnetic skyrmions (topologically protected magnetic textures) in a collaboration with the
Technical University Kaiserslautern. In particular, we are studying the dynamic formation and excitation of
magnetic skyrmions in the framework of a TopDyn excellence project (topdyn.uni-mainz.de).
Magnetic skyrmions can form regular artificial crystalline structures in thin film multilayers as we have
demonstrated (Nature Mater. (2016)). These structures provide the necessary spin-orbit-interaction and
symmetry breaking stabilizing skyrmions with diameters in the nanometer to micrometer range at ambient
conditions. Because the film thicknesses are substantially smaller than the skyrmion diameter, the skyrmions
in these heterostructures are essentially 2D objects exhibiting topological phase transitions (Nature Nanotech.
(2019); Adv. Funct. Mater. (2019)). Such two-dimensional magnetic skyrmions can be manipulated by
electrical currents (Nature Phys. (2017)) and the topological stabilization of the skyrmions combined with
their small size make them interesting candidates for novel memory devices (Nature Electron. (2020)).
During the PhD, the successful applicant will perform experiments combined with a theoretical understanding
to establish the dynamic formation and control the ordering of skyrmions. The very active field of skyrmionics
offers great possibilities for scientific exchange with national and international collaborators.
Our lab combines advanced fabrication techniques (full clean room with lithography and pattern transfer
techniques), advanced materials deposition tools (molecular beam epitaxy, sputtering, pulsed laser deposition,
etc.) with sophisticated characterization techniques. Optical Kerr- and dynamical X-ray - based microscopy
will be combined with broadband magnetic resonance techniques in collaboration with the TU Kaiserslautern.
While the project will be hosted by the University of Mainz, the candidate will work closely together with the
group of Prof. Dr. M. Weiler at the TU Kaiserslautern and parts of the experimental work will be carried out
in Kaiserslautern making use of the unique dynamic FMR and BLS spectroscopy tools. The PhD candidate
should preferentially have a condensed matter physics background.
The physics department at the University of Mainz has been consistently ranked as one of the leading physics
departments in Germany. In the recent 2017 Shanghai and CHE rankings it was selected for the excellence
group in Europe and in 2018 and 2021 Physics in Mainz was ranked #1 in Germany by the German Research
Foundation. It is particularly strong in the area of condensed matter physics / material sciences. The University
of Mainz houses the Excellence Centre TopDyn and together with the TU Kaiserslautern, the University of
Mainz hosts the national German Collaborative Research Centre on Spintronics “Spin+X”.
Excellent students can additionally apply to the Max Planck Graduate Centre that provides an interdisciplinary
Graduate Education experience with tailor-made training and a range of additional support measures.
|Germany||University of Hannover - Hannover||QFreC - Smart protonic quantum frequency circuits||Michael Kues||Contact||Research Assistant (PhD position, m/f/d) |
– Photonic quantum system for high-dimensional information processing - The Institute of Photonics (IOP) invites applications for the position of a
Research Assistant (PhD position, m/f/d)
– Photonic quantum system for high-dimensional information processing
(Salary Scale 13 TV-L, 75 %)
starting at the earliest possible date. The position is limited for 3.5 years.
Responsibilities and duties
This project focuses on the design and implementation of integrated fiber-based high-dimensional photonic quantum systems using a time-frequency based approach for applications in information processing. The project includes the exploration of novel optical manipulation schemes in integrated devices.
Applicants to the position must have a relevant scientific university degree (Diploma or Master), for example in physics, optical technologies, photonics and optics, electrical engineering. The ideal candidate has a strong background in optics and photonics and quantum mechanics. Knowledge in quantum information science is desirable. The candidate should have the ability and willingness to work together with experts from a broad background in science and technology. In addition, very good communication skills in English, oral as well as written, are expected.
We offer the opportunity to conduct your research projects in a creative and independent manner within an inspiring, collegial and international team. In addition, you will have the opportunity to further your personal and professional development, to present your results at international conferences and to foster scientific exchange with scientists on an international level.
The university aims to promote equality between women and men. For this purpose, the university strives to reduce under-representation in areas where a certain gender is under-represented. Women are under-represented in the salary scale of the advertised position. Therefore, qualified women are encouraged to apply. Moreover, we welcome applications from qualified men. Preference will be given to equally-qualified applicants with disabilities.
For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Michael Kues.
Please submit your application together with the usual documents (CV, Cover Letter, Transcripts etc.) in electronic form to
or alternatively by postal mail to:
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Institute of Photonics
Nienburger Str. 17
Information on the collection of personal data according to article 13 GDPR can be found at https://www.uni-hannover.de/en/datenschutzhinweis-bewerbungen/.
|Germany||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - Karlsruhe||RENEW - Reinventing Energy Efficiency in Communication Networks||Laurent Schmalen||Website|
|PhD student in energy efficient communications and machine learning for communications - We are seeking an exceptional candidate for a position as scientist with extraordinary knowledge in communications engineering and machine learning. Your tasks include the support of teaching activities of the CEL and carrying out independent research in the field of energy efficient communications. We have multiple options in this context, for instance the system optimization using modern machine learning methods and neural networks, the information theory of complexity constrained communication systems, and learning of energy efficient media access protocols. The research topics also include the mathematical analysis of novel communication systems and the software implementation of simulation and evaluation programs. Besides this, you are responsible for the documentation and publication of selected research results in scientific journals and conferences. The job is associated with the goal of graduating with a Dr.-Ing. (PhD) Degree. At the CEL, you can expect a research environment with exciting topics circling around the future of telecommunications. |
You are in possession of an outstanding master degree in electrical engineering and information technology, communications engineering, applied mathematics or a related degree. You have additionally profound knowledge in communication theory, signal processing and possibly machine learning, are fluent in spoken and written English (knowledge of German is considered a plus), and you are able to work independently and responsibly. Ideally, you have experience in programming and further knowledge in one or more of the following topic areas: coding theory, information theory, optical communications and deep learning. You have confident manners and are professional in dealing with project partners, students. You are a team player and you are equipped with organizational talent.
|Germany||University of Heidelberg - Heidelberg||PosLieRep - Positivity in Lie groups and representation varieties||Anna Wienhard||Website|
|Germany||Technical University of Munich - Straubing||Redox Shields - Protection of Redox Catalysts for Cathodic Processes in Redox Matrices.||Nicolas Plumeré||Website|
|Peptide chemist - We are seeking a chemist that qualifies for a PhD or for a Postdoc position with strong expertise in organic chemistry and in particular in peptide chemistry.|
|Germany||University of Bayreuth - Bayreuth||UniTED - Unraveling Turbulence through Ensemble Decomposition||Michael Wilczek||Website|
|PhD and Postdoc positions in fundamental turbulence research - The project|
Turbulence is ubiquitous in nature and technology. Yet, developing theories of turbulence, which ultimately all modeling applications rely on, remains an outstanding scientific challenge. The goal of the EU-funded project UniTED is to combine theory and new computational approaches to tackle this long-standing problem and enhance our fundamental understanding of highly turbulent flows.
We are looking for excellent, highly motivated early-career researchers to join our research team. The ideal candidate should have a master's (doctoral) degree in physics with a background in complex systems, fluid dynamics and statistical physics. Programming skills as well as experience in the numerical simulation of nonlinear partial differential equations are a requirement. Fluency in English is expected.
We offer excellent working conditions in a newly established international team at the beautiful campus of the University of Bayreuth. The earliest starting date is 4/2022. The salary and working hours are in accordance with the funding guidelines of the University of Bayreuth for early-career scientists. The salary is based on the public salary scale TV-L E13. The PhD position (66,67%) is limited to three years. A structured PhD program is offered in the graduate school of the University of Bayreuth. The postdoc position (100%) is initially limited to two years and subject to possible extension.
The University of Bayreuth values the diversity of its employees and is explicitly committed to the goal of gender equality. Women are strongly encouraged to apply. Applicants with children are very welcome. The University of Bayreuth is a member of the Best Practice Network "Familie in der Hochschule e.V.", and has successfully participated in the HRK audit "Internationalization of the University". Persons with severe disabilities will be given preferential consideration if equally qualified.
Please apply online via the Applicant portal Uni Bayreuth selecting “UniTED” from the drop-down menu. Your application should contain a cover letter (describing your past and current research interests), your CV, your publication list as well as contact information of two references.
The documents will be deleted after the position has been filled in accordance with data protection requirements.
For further information please contact Prof. Dr. Michael Wilczek (email@example.com).
|Germany||Center for Telematics - Würzburg||CloudCT - Climate CT- Cloud Tomography by Satellites for Better Climate Prediction||Klaus Schilling||Website|
|Design of Small Satellites - Engineers in Space Technology, Mechanics, Electronics, Control Engineering at MSc, PhD and PostDoc level|
|Germany||Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden (IPF) - Dresden||3DPartForm - 3D-printing of PARTiculate FORMulations utilizing polymer microparticle-based voxels||Julian Thiele||Website|
|Polymer / macromolecular chemistry, materials science, process engineering -|
|Germany||University of Bonn - BONN||ActionContraThreat - Action selection under threat: the complex control of human defense||Dominik Bach||Website|
|Neuroscience/Psychology/Computer Science - see bachlab.org/job-openings|
|Germany||Forschungszentrum Jülich / Researchcenter Jülich - Aachen||MuDiLingo - A Multiscale Dislocation Language for Data-Driven Materials Science||Stefan Sandfeld||Website|
|Data Science, Machine Learning -|
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - Munich||NEUROPRECISE - Precision medicine in traumatic brain injury using individual neurosteroid response||Inga Koerte||Website|
|Computer Scientist / Computational Neuroscientist - We are looking for a PhD student / postdoctoral researcher to join our multidisciplinary research projects on pediatric mild traumatic brain injury. Our research is at the interface of neuroimaging, pediatric neurology, child psychiatry, and computational neuroscience. Our projects are funded through ERA-NET neuron and the European Research Council (ERC Starting Grant). The successful candidate will be involved in analyzing MR imaging data (T1-, T2-weighted, ASL, SWI, dMRI and MR spectroscopy). |
In the assessment of the candidates, the following qualifications will be emphasized:
- Documented skills in programming (e.g., Matlab, Python, shell scripting etc.)
- Previous experience with advanced analytic techniques (e.g. multivariate approaches, machine learning)
- Prior experience in engaging with an international network
- Documented skills in writing manuscripts, and a strong publication track record within the relevant field.
- Excellent communication skills and high degree of flexibility
Proficiency in oral and written English is required.
cBRAIN is a multidisciplinary research team composed of individuals with different backgrounds and expertise who have one thing in common: curiosity and passion for brain research. (http://pediatric-neuroimaging.de/).
|Germany||German Cancer Research Center - Heidelberg||C18Signaling - Regulation of Cellular Growth and Metabolism by C18:0||Aurelio Teleman||Website|
|Master Student, PhD Student or Postdoc - 1-2 year position to help work on the ERC project|
|Germany||Technical University of Munich - Munich||TACCAMA - Atomic-scale motion picture: Taming cluster catalysts at the abyss of meta-stability||Barbara Lechner||Website|
|experimental physical chemistry - Our research focusses on the investigation of the dynamic restructuring of functional nanomaterials under realistic conditions, e.g. model catalysts under a reactive gas atmosphere. To this purpose, we place a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) with high temporal and spatial resolution directly into gas mixtures at near ambient pressures (also called NAP-STM) and thus investigate how the structure of particles (metal clusters) and oxide supports changes under these conditions. By using size-selected clusters (i.e. small particles with a precisely defined number of atoms), it is possible to investigate how the formation and decay of highly reactive particle structures occurs, can be controlled and how such structural changes influence the function of a material. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy under identical conditions (NAP-XPS) provides complementary information about the chemical and charge state of the materials, which we correlate with the structural and dynamic information from NAP-STM.|
|Germany||University of Potsdam - Potsdam||PRODEMINFO - Protecting the Democratic Information Space in Europe||Stephan Lewandowsky||Website|
|Researcher with a background in cognitive science and strong methodological skills - Not available yet.|
|Germany||University of Leipzig - Leipzig||IProbability - Integrable Probability||Alexey Bufetov||Contact||Within the Institute of Mathematics of Leipzig University Professor Alexey Bufetov is looking to fill a postdoctoral research position for up to three years, starting in Autumn 2022. The position is supported by ERC Starting Grant 2021 "Integrable Probability"|
The research focus is integrable probability in the wide sense. Experience in one (or more) of the following topics might be of help:
- interacting particle systems,
- random matrices
- models of statistical physics,
- asymptotic representation theory,
- algebraic combinatorics,
- random walks on groups.
The position carries no teaching load. The salary level is TV-L 13.
In order to apply please do the following:
1) ( Required) Send a full CV to the address firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the phrase “Application to a postdoctoral position” and your last name into the subject field.
2) (Optional) You might arrange for several (from one to four) recommendation letters to be sent directly to the address email@example.com
All applications made before 25 March will be fully considered. Late applications will be considered if the position is still vacant.
For informal inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Göttingen||ORIGIN - Resolving magnetic ORIGINs of the hot solar atmosphere||Lakshmi Pradeep Chitta||Website|
|The successful candidate will join the team led by Lakshmi Pradeep Chitta at Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Göttingen to investigate aspects of solar atmospheric heating by means of MHD simulations. The full-time position is available from 1 June 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter. Initially the position is available for a period of two years, with the possibility of an extension for one additional year. |
For more details, please visit the appended url.
|Germany||Mainz||MolDynForSyn - How dendritic mRNA and protein distributions shape synaptic plasticity||Tatjana Tchumatchenko||Website|
|Physics, Biology or Neuroscience graduate - The scientific work in this project will include|
*neural network simulations
*analysis of image data
English language skills, strong work ethic and ability to communicate in an interdisciplinary team is necessary for this position.
|Germany||Medical Center Goettingen - Goettingen||CODE4Vision - Computational Dissection of Effective Circuitry and Encoding in the Retina for Normal and Restored Vision||Tim Gollisch||Website|
|Computational Neuroscientist - The work includes participation in recordings from the isolated retina (mostly mouse) with multielectrodes, using both wild-type retinas and optogenetic retina models of vision restoration therapy. Patch-clamp recordings are also a possibility. A strong focus will then be to combine these experiments with novel tools for data analysis and mathematical modeling, using cascade-type models (linear-nonlinear models and beyond), artificial neural networks, or machine-learning techniques to analyze the retinal network.|
|Germany||National Metrology Institute of Germany (PTB) - Braunschweig||PowFEct - Preventing Explosions: How do Powder Flows Electrify?||Holger Grosshans||Website|
|CFD simulation in multiphase flows -|
|Germany||Technical University of Munich - Munich||GRAPHMODE - Graphical Models for Complex Multivariate Data||Mathias Drton||Website|
|Postdoctoral researcher in Statistics (Graphical Models, Causal Inference, High-Dimensional Data) -|
|Germany||University of Heidelberg - Mannheim||MODVASC - Endothelial RNA modifications in Vascular Homeostasis and Disease||Konstantinos Stellos||Website|
|Cardiovascular Scientist with focus on RNA biology - Postdoctoral researcher with experience on either a) cardiovascular biology and physiology with focus on experimental disease models or b) RNA biology or c) computational biology / bioinformatics. Prospective candidates are welcome to apply with a CV and a motivation letter at email@example.com|
|Germany||Technical University Berlin - Berlin||ELEPHANT - On-Chip Electronics, Photonics, Plasmonics and Antennas: A Novel Enabling Platform for sub-THz Signal Processing||Maurizio Burla||Website|
|Background in electrical engineering or physics - Please contact PI|
|Germany||Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS) - Frankfurt||JETSET - Launching, propagation and emission of relativistic jets from binary mergers and across mass scales||Luciano Rezzolla||Website|
|PhD position - he group of Relativistic Theoretical Astrophysics in Frankfurt invites applications for one PhD position in Relativistic Theoretical Astrophysics. The position is funded by the ERC Advanced Grant "JETSET" and will be part of a large-scale, long-term effort to study the dynamics of relativistic jets on different scales and physical regimes.|
Candidates should have a MSc degree in astrophysics, physics or applied mathematics. Candidates with knowledge and experience in modelling the electromagnetic emission from short GRBs will be particularly favoured. Research experience with simulations in numerical relativity, relativistic hydrodynamics and MHD is seen as an important advantage.
|Germany||University of Augsburg - Augsburg||RandomMultiScales - Computational Random Multiscale Problems||Daniel Peterseim||Website|
|Multiscale numerical scattering in high-contrast random media - The successful candidate will be part of the project Computational Random Multiscale Problems (RandomMultiScales) that receives funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. |
The research topics fall into the following work packages:
• Numerical stochastic homogenization
• Uncertainty quantification in high-dimensional parameter space
• Computational multiscale scattering in random heterogeneous media
Applicants should have an excellent master’s or equivalent degree in mathematics or related fields. Knowledge in one of the above topics and very good programming skills are advantageous. Very good knowledge of spoken and written English is required.
|Germany||University of Goettingen - Goettingen||TerreStriAL - Terrestrialization: Stress Signalling Dynamics in the Algal Progenitors of Land Plants||Jan De Vries||Website|
|Germany||University of Frankfurt - Frankfurt a.M.||EditMHC - How MHC-I editing complexes shape the hierarchical immune response||Robert Tampé||Website|
|Integrative Cell and Structural Biology / Chemical Biology / Immunology - Lab operations on miniaturized devices have multiple benefits. Despite the ‘resolution revolution’, designing and fabrication of high-throughput systems for rapid, in situ structural biology by cryogenic electron microscopy (cryo-EM) is still a major challenge. We aim to design highly integrated Lab-on-Grid platforms for the analysis of macromolecular complexes and identification of drug-binding sites. Through various features and functionalities, the Lab-on-Grid platform will enable the high-resolution structure determination of intrinsically fragile multi-protein assemblies in native settings. The rapid in situ collection of high-resolution snapshots of molecular machineries with bound drugs will improve studies of complex processes in cellular homeostasis and human diseases. Extending the platform by microfluidic-based technologies will ultimately advance future drug screening and medical diagnostics.|
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Goettingen||RIBOFOLD - Ribosome Processivity and Co-translational Protein Folding||Marina Rodnina||Website|
|PhD students, postdocs and visiting researchers with the background in biochemistry and biophysics and interest in ribosomes, translation and protein folding -|
|Germany||Charite - University Hospital Berlin - Berlin||NGBMI - Building Next-Generation Brain/Neural-Machine Interfaces For Restoration of Brain Functions||Surjo R. Soekadar||Website|
|Software Engineer / Electrical Engineer - Design, implement and test novel brain-computer interface applications using noninvasive|
neural signal acquisition systems and neural signal processing algorithms. Digital signal
processing and analysis of behavioral data (BCI performance). Requirements: Profund
programming skills in Matlab, C/C++ and experience in digital signal processing and pattern
|Germany||University of Giessen - Giessen||mRNP-PackArt - Nuclear mRNA Packaging and mRNP Architecture||Katja Sträßer||Website|
|education and research experience in biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics and/or cell biology needed; knowledge in bioinformatics welcome - Research to elucidate the process of nuclear mRNP assembly|
An important step of gene expression is the formation of a messenger ribonucleoprotein particle
(mRNP). The messenger RNA (mRNA) is synthesized by RNA polymerase II transcribing a
protein-coding gene. The mRNA is processed, i.e. capped, spliced and polyadenylated, and
packaged into an mRNP by binding of RNA-binding proteins (RBPs). The RBPs bound to the
mRNA are essential for the stability of the mRNP, control nuclear mRNA export and often
determine cytoplasmic processes such as mRNA localization, translation and decay. Thus, the
formation and composition of an mRNP is important for the posttranscriptional control of gene
expression. Despite its essential nature, the mechanism of nuclear mRNP packaging and the
architecture of an mRNP are still poorly understood due to the fact that mRNPs contain many
different mRNAs. The overall goal of this proposal is to elucidate the mechanism of mRNP
formation and the molecular structure of an mRNP. Specifically,
in aim 1, we will determine and quantify the protein composition of a specific mRNP including
different stages during its biogenesis,
in aim 2, we will illuminate the molecular mechanism of mRNP packaging and
in aim 3, we will elucidate the architecture of an mRNP by cross-linking mass spectrometry
and electron microscopy.
These aims will be achieved by combining novel RNP purification strategies and the powerful
biochemistry of the model organism S. cerevisiae to purify a specific mRNP with recent advances
in high-end mass spectrometry and electron microscopy. In summary, the expected results of this
project will show the architecture of an mRNP in its dynamic nature. mRNP packaging will be
understood for the first time on a mechanistic as well as structural level. Thus, the results of this
project will break new ground in our understanding of this fundamental cellular process and will
also provide insights into how defects in this process lead to disease.
|Germany||University of Konstanz - Konstanz||AMP-Alarm - Diadenosine Polyphosphate Alarmones as Drivers for Protein AMPylation||Andreas Marx, Prof. Dr.||Website|
|Research at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology (Chemical Biology, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry) - Project description: |
It is puzzling that the human genome has only slightly more genes than the fruit fly and only half the number of cauliflower. Obviously, the sheer number of genes alone cannot determine the complexity of human development and the sophisticated signalling systems that maintain homeostasis. In fact, the complexity of information from genome to proteome is greatly increased. Drivers for the complexity of the proteome are posttranslational modifications (PTMs), i.e. covalent modifications of polypeptides after translation.
The aim of this project is to shine light on a scientific mystery known for decades. We will elucidate the cellular roles and functions of diadenosine polyphosphates (ApnAs), which are formed in response to stress and are therefore called "alarmones", and their interactions with the PTM processes "AMPylation", i.e. the covalent modification of the target protein by adenosine monophosphate. Although both topics are known for more than 60 years, their molecular mechanism and functions are poorly understood.
Based on our preliminary results, which unambiguously show the interplay of ApnAs and AMPylation for the first time, we will search for, identify and characterize new protagonists of AMPylation and clarify their interactions with ApnAs. Therefore, new chemical tools will be developed and applied in the proteome-wide studies in living cells.
We will also investigate the molecular function of a protein that we have already identified with ApnA-based probes. We have discovered that this protein is a "5'-3' RNA ligase", the first one found in human cells! The available data indicates the involvement of this RNA ligase in cancer and neurodegeneration, and we will therefore elucidate the molecular mechanisms and functions of this protein in detail.
Overall, this project will bring significant new and previously unexplored advances and will provide a guideline for future translational research in the fight against diseases.
|Germany||Technical University of Munich - Munich||Scan2CAD - Scan2CAD: Learning to Digitize the Real World||Matthias Niessner||Website|
|see website - Openings and application process is on the website: https://niessnerlab.org/openings.html|
We would be delighted to hire Ukrainian researchers!
|Germany||University of Regensburg - Regensburg||Cognitive Control - Revolutionizing invasive alien species control using behavioural economics and animal cognition||Tomer Czaczkes||Website|
|Experience in animal behaviour research (ideally social insects) - Help support a research project on bumblebee flower choice.|
Use laboratory colonies of bumblebees to test for ways in which flower preference in bees can be manipulated.
We can initially support a postdoctoral researcher OR a PhD student for 6 months, and will search for other funding opportunities concurrently.
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Freiburg||ImmUne - Towards identification of the unifying principles of vertebrate adaptive immunity||Thomas Boehm||Website|
|Bioinformatician - The Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics is looking for a Bioinformatician in|
Immunogenetics. The position will be available in the Boehm department (http://www.iefreiburg.
mpg.de/boehm). The Boehm group addresses a number of cutting-edge research questions
related to the development and evolution of the vertebrate immune system (for recent review
see, Annu Rev Immunol 36, 19,2018; Annu Rev Anim Biosci 2, 259,2014; Nat Rev Immunol 13,
831,2013). To support these studies, we seek an experienced bioinformatician with a strong background
in sequencing data analysis, statistics and, ideally, prior exposure to immunogenetics
This position is open immediately and funded for two years.
As an embedded bioinformatician, you will have the opportunity to contribute directly to multiple
research projects, from experimental design to data analysis and interpretation. You will interact
with a strong, interdisciplinary bioinformatics and deep sequencing team that provides access to a
large Sequencing Facility (HiSeq3000, HiSeq2500, NextSeq500, Oxford Nanopore), as well as a
high-performance Data Center with integrated Petabyte-scale storage solutions and established
data processing pipelines and analysis frameworks.
• Design of sequencing experiments
• Processing and quality control of NGS datasets of whole genome and amplicon bisulfite
• Discovery of differentially methylated regions
• Variant calling
• Analysis of differential gene expression (bulk and single-cell RNA) and gene module calling
• TCR clonotyping
• Analyses of sequence homologies and conservation
• Reference genome and transcriptome assembly and annotation in non-model organisms
• Phylogenetic and comparative genomics analyses
• Development and implementation of custom analysis pipelines in collaboration with wetlab
We are looking for a dedicated and motivated team player with strong communication skills and
good command of the English language, holding a MSc or PhD degree in bioinformatics or biology
with a clear computational component. The successful applicant will have a proven record in
the analysis of large, high-dimensional genome-wide datasets and computational skills (Python or
R) in a Linux environment. Additional pluses include experience in the following:
• high-performance computing in a cluster environment (e.g. slurm)
• Modern software development, deployment (conda), and version control (git)
• workflow management (snakemake) and documentation (notebooks)
• advanced statistical data analysis
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Göttingen||MICRO-COPS - Microglia Control of Physiological Brain States||Nils Brose||Website|
|Expert in electrophysiology or cellular imaging - Analysis of secretory processes in brain microglia cells.|
|Germany||Saarland University - Saarbrücken||IDDISC - Individualized Interaction in Discourse||Vera Demberg||Website|
|Neural natural language generation - We invite applications for one PhD student position in natural language generation or summarization. The goal of this position is to develop a system for text generation that is tailored at the discourse level to the user (in terms of e.g., verbosity of what is explained, vocabulary usage, explicitness of coherence relations). To this end, the generation system will model language understanding in the human user, and tailor its production accordingly.|
|Germany||Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf - Düsseldorf||PERLIFE - Engineering perennial barley||Maria Von Korff||Website|
|Visiting researcher, PhD, Postdoc -|
|Germany||Helmholtz Centre Potsdam - GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences - Potsdam||DEEP PURPLE - DEEP PURPLE: darkening of the Greenland Ice Sheet||Liane G Benning||Website|
|Bioinformatics - see full details and application deadline at |
|Germany||Humboldt University of Berlin - Berlin||SOCMED - Socialist Medicine: an Alternative Global Health History||Dora Vargha||Contact||Fellowship for Displaced and At-Risk Scholars|
Call for Applications
The ERC Starting Grant research project titled “Socialist Medicine: an Alternative Global Health History” is launching a fellowship to enable a displaced or at-risk scholar regardless of nationality to spend up to six months at Humboldt University in Berlin. This opportunity is open to academics working on socialist or post-socialist health contexts, broadly construed, in the humanities or social sciences including history, sociology, economy and anthropology and social medicine. Applications are informal and require a CV, a brief description of the project and of the personal situation in English language. The fellowship will provide funding to support researchers and their families. If necessary, we can assist with developing applications for additional funding to extend the fellowship period.
To submit an application, or to request further information on the application procedure, please contact Prof. Dora Vargha.
|Germany||LMU Munich - München||Baby DCs - Age-dependent Regulation of Dendritic Cell Development and Function||Barbara Schraml||Website|
|Dendritic cells are key activators of immunity that in neonates are qualitatively distinct from adults. In early life, dendritic cells are therefore often considered underdeveloped or functionally immature. We have found that despite exhibiting age-dependent differences in cell function some dendritic cell subtypes in early life are fully competent to induce T cell responses (Papaioannou et al, NComms, 2021). We currently investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying the age-dependent functional regulation of dendritic cells, as well as environmental factors influencing this process. Techniques used in the lab include high dimensional single cell technology (flow cytometry and transcriptomics), bulk transcriptomics, microscopy and we work with lineage specific knock out mice. We are looking for a motivated scientists to help us understand these questions. Experience in any of the above techniques would be useful. Candidates with a background in bioinformatics are also welcome to apply.|
|Germany||University of Bayreuth - Bayreuth||VapLoss - The chemical consequences of vapour loss during planetary accretion||Remco Hin||Contact||Experimental petrology - The BGI, University of Bayreuth, Germany, is seeking a candidate for a PhD position to investigate volatilisation of planetary building materials. The candidate will perform experiments to volatilise e.g. silicate liquids representing molten planetary mantles to investigate vapour-liquid equilibration processes and chemical properties of vapour and liquid.|
The position is part of a project that seeks to quantify the role of vapour loss during planet formation and is funded by European Research Council Starting Grant VapLoss.
More details can be found on the website of the BGI: https://www.bgi.uni-bayreuth.de/?&lng=en
|Germany||Dortmund University of Technology - Dortmund||PropRT - Property-Based Modulable Timing Analysis and Optimization for Complex Cyber-Physical Real-Time Systems||Jian-Jia Chen||Website|
|Two PhD Positions and One Postdoc Position - Two job positions for Ph.D. (Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter) Positions in the areas of Real-Time Scheduling Theory by salary grade TV-L E 13 for the ERC Project PropRT.|
One job position for postdoc (Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter) Positions in the areas of Real-Time Scheduling Theory by salary grade TV-L E13/E14 for the ERC Project PropRT.
Further Information available on: https://daes.cs.tu-dortmund.de/news/job-advertisements/
|Germany||Helmholtz Centre Geesthacht - Centre for Materials and Coastal Research - Geesthacht||MA.D.AM - Modelling Assisted Solid State Materials Development and Additive Manufacturing||Benjamin Klusemann||Website|
|Process and microstructure modelling of Solid State Layer Deposition - The PhD position is mainly modelling oriented, focusing on the process and microstructure modelling of Solid State Layer Deposition (SSLD), i.e. Friction Surfacing Layer Deposition. This includes in particular the modelling of the SSLD process based on meshfree particle methods, where corresponding validation experiments will be performed within the department. Additionally, the PhD student will contribute to the development of a micromechanical model to describe the microstructure evolution during SSLD.|
Further details about the position can be found under https://www.hereon.de/career/vacancies/022043/index.php.en
|Germany||Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology - Plön||MetaboDevo - Metabolic coupling during bacterial development||Javier Lopez Garrido||Website|
|Germany||Juelich Research Centre - Aachen / Juelich||QNets - Open Quantum Neural Networks: from Fundamental Concepts to Implementations with Atoms and Photons||Markus Müller||Website|
|Postdoc position for theoretical research in open quantum neural networks - We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher, to work on theoretical aspects related to quantum mechanical generalisations of neural networks. The research will focus in particular on:|
- the investigation of open-system quantum generalisations of classical neural networks realising associative memories
- the study of layered quantum neural networks for tasks such as classification of many-body phases
- the investigation of storage capacity, robustness and error correction potential of quantum neural networks
- the development of protocols for the implementation of quantum neural networks within quantum optical systems, such as Rydberg atoms or trapped ions
Candidates need to have a strong background in theoretical physics – especially atomic physics and/or quantum information – a strong academic record and commitment to work.
More details on the research group and application process can be found on the group page: www.rwth-aachen.de/mueller-group
We particularly welcome applications from women and applicants with diverse backgrounds.
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - Munich||EVOTONE - The emergence and evolution of linguistic tone||James Kirby||Website|
|Research scientist (linguistics/phonetics) - Applications are invited for full-time postdoctoral positions at the Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, LMU Munich, working as part of the ERC Starting Grant EVOTONE project on the emergence and evolution of linguistic tone (Principal Investigator: Prof. Dr. James Kirby). Positions are for 12 months with the possibility of extension. The salary is according to the German pay scale for state employees (Tarifvertrag der Länder TV-L West), group E13. The specific level within E13 depends on prior experience.|
The EVOTONE project aims to develop a systematic analysis of the phonetic and structural principles underlying the emergence of tone systems through a combination of phonetic fieldwork, laboratory studies, and computational analysis at scale. We welcome applicants with a PhD in phonetics, linguistics, computer science, psychology, or a related field; strong programming skills (R/python preferred); a track record of published research commensurate with experience; and excellent written and spoken English. A working knowledge of German and/or a tonal language (Thai, Mandarin, Vietnamese…) would be an advantage. Women are encouraged to apply. Part-time employment is possible. Disabled applicants will be preferred if essentially equally qualified.
|Germany||Leibniz Institute for Experimental Virology - Heinrich Pette Institute - Hamburg||SPOCkS MS - Sampling Protein cOmplex Conformational Space with native top down Mass Spectrometry||Charlotte Uetrecht||Website|
|native masss spectrometry, diagnostics, instrument development - We have one open position through University of Siegen and two through HPI - note that the latter call has officially closed but you can still submit. For details: https://www.cssb-hamburg.de/about_us/career/index_eng.html|
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Kiel||MADMICs - Metaplasia as an adaptive response to chronic microbial infections||Thomas F. Meyer||Website|
|Mutational signatures of bacterial infections and the origin of human cancer development - Postdoctoral fellowship from Focus Biomed Foundation for the duration of two years. |
For job description see:
|Germany||Humboldt University of Berlin - Berlin||QUREP - Quantum Repeater Architectures Based on Quantum Memories and Photonic Encoding||Tim Schröder||Website|
|Theoretical and Experimental Positions in quantum optics, solid-state spin physics, quantum information processing, single photon spectroscopy - Entanglement generation of a spin-qubit with single photons using colour centres in resonant diamond nanostructures in the course of „Grand Challenge der Quantenkommunikation“ which is about the development of prospective quantum memories (https://tinyur.com/2p8mxf3j)|
|Germany||DESY (Helmholtz Research Center) - Hamburg||STARCHIP - Microphotonics-based frequency combs for habitable exoplanet detection||Tobias Herr||Website|
|- Excellent MSc degree in physics, optics, photonics, electrical-engineering or similar|
- Interest in optics, chip-based photonics, lasers and micro- and nano-fabrication
- Experience or strong interest in experimental lab work
- Experience or strong interest in computer simulation and theory to support the experiments
- Familiarity with computer programming, e.g. Python, MATLAB, C++
- Collaborative personality, willing to work in cross-disciplinary teams
- Curiosity and a scientific mindset - In this project we explore high-Q nonlinear optical microresonator laser frequency combs as a key-technology for the detection of habitable "Earth-like" exo-planets.
Extrasolar planets (exo-planets) can be found by observing Doppler-frequency shifts in the spectra of their host stars. However, these Doppler-shifts are so tiny that they can only be detected by cutting edge laser frequency comb technology (astrocombs)¹ in conjunction with advanced astronomical spectrometers.
Microresonator-based, chip-integrated comb sources², elegantly generate laser frequency comb spectra that can serve as an ideal and precise reference to which the stellar spectrum can be compared and monitored³.
The PhD thesis will explore and demonstrate microresonator astrocombs, combining experimental, numerical and analytical techniques at the forefront of photonic technology, ultrafast lasers and nonlinear optics. It includes the design of integrated photonic circuits and advanced stabilized microphotonic laser systems³, as well as, experiments and tests in the laboratory and at astronomical observatories.
¹ McCracken et al., Optics Express, 25, 13, 15058-15078 (2017)
² Herr et al., Nature Photonics 8, 145-152 (2014)
³ Obrzud et al., Nature Photonics 13, 31-35 (2019)
|Germany||University of Mainz - Mainz||AdaptiveVision - Adaptive processes of visual processing strategies||Marion Silies||Website|
|Postdocs and PhD students in neuroscience / neurobiology / visual processing / neural computations / evolution / neuroethology - Postdocs or PhD students with a background in neuroscience, biology, physics, engineering or related disciplines in the life sciences, and a keen interest to understand the basic mechanisms and evolution of neural communication.|
For more information, please visit our website: https://ncl-idn.biologie.uni-mainz.de/open-positions/ , or get in touch.
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - München||SACRIMA - The Normativity of Sacred Images in Early Modern Europe||Chiara Franceschini||Website|
|Art Historian, Visual Culture, History of Images, Censorship/Iconoclasm, Sacred Images, Renaissance/Early Modern -|
|Germany||University of Regensburg - Regensburg||DANCE - Dynamical Band Structure Engineering||Isabella Gierz-Pehla||Website|
|The main goal of DANCE is to control the band structure of different low-dimensional solids by applying tailored femtosecond laser pulses. - The daily work of the PhD will include:|
- maintenance of different femtosecond laser amplifiers
- high harmonics generation
- generation of mid-infrared and THz pulses
- time-angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
- data analysis, literature search, writing of manuscripts
- co-supervision of Master and Bachelor students
|Germany||NaMLab gGmbH - Dresden||MEMRINESS - Memristive Neurons and Synapses for Neuromorphic Edge Computing||Erika Covi||Website|
|(1) Background in material science, physical engineering or related subjects; (2) Basic knowledge of neural network modelling and computational neuroscience - (1) Tasks: fabrication, characterisation, and modelling of memristive devices; involvement in back-end-of-the-line integration of memristive devices on CMOS circuits.|
(2) Tasks: simulation of memristive Spiking Neural Networks and development of models for distributed edge computing.
|Germany||University of Regensburg - Regensburg||DANCE - Dynamical Band Structure Engineering||Isabella Gierz-Pehla||Website|
|The main goal of DANCE is to control the band sttructure of different low-dimensional solids by applying tailored femtosecond laser pulses. - The daily work of the Postdoc will include:|
- maintenance of different femtosecond laser amplifiers
- high harmonics generation
- generation of mid-infrared and THz pulses
- time-angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
- data analysis, literature search, writing of manuscripts
- co-supervision of PhD and Master students
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - Munich||PALAEOFARM - Linking livestock genetic diversity with three thousand years of agricultural crises and resilience||Laurent Frantz||Website|
|Laboratory technician / Laboratory assistant - The Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich is one of the biggest and renown universities in Germany with a broad spectrum of research and work opportunities. To fill a vacant position at the earliest possible date, the Palaeogenomics group of Prof. Laurent Frantz at the Faculty of Veterinary Medi-cine is looking for a |
Laboratory technician / Laboratory assistant
We are a young and international team that studies ancient and modern genomes. Although our main focus is aimed at the domestication of dogs, pigs, chicken and other domesticates, we further investigate genomic variation to elucidate patterns of biodiversity and the conservation status of various wild species. By using genomic tools we are able to infer evolutionary processes such as an-thropogenic or natural selection pressure that have shaped populations over time, and ultimately led to the establishment or the extinction of species. At the same time, we address questions regarding the etiology of various diseases, altogether helping us to tackle the challenges posed by conservation and modern agriculture.
• Preparation of fossil materials for DNA extraction
• Preparation of sequencing libraries from ancient DNA extracts
• Preparation of chemicals and buffers or the daily procedures in the ancient DNA lab
• Previous work experience as a laboratory assistant or similar qualifications in molecular biology
• Excellent knowledge of common laboratory methods (experience with ancient DNA is not a pre-requisite)
• High motivation for lab work and interest in problem solving
• Ability and dedication to work in a team
• Knowledge of German would be beneficial but is not mandatory
We are offering an interesting and responsible position in a dynamic team with excellent training opportunities. The working place is situated in the heart of Munich directly next to the English gar-den making commuting with public transport possible.
The salary level is according to the tariff of the public service: TV-L. The position is currently limited for 12 months. Part-time arrangements can be negotiated. Severely disabled candidates will be given preference if they are otherwise equally qualified.
We accept applications until April 14th 2022, please send all documents per mail to Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Tierärztliche Fakultät, Dr. Olaf Thalmann, Kaulbachstrasse 37, 80539 München; or per email in a single PDF (max. 5MB) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. O. Thalmann, tel. +498921802680; email@example.com.
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - munich||nonsequetor - Non-sequence models for tokenization replacement||Hinrich Schuetze||Website|
|postdoc - computer scientist with background in machine learning, natural language processing or artificial intelligence|
|Germany||University of Bonn - Bonn||NPSkills - Analysis of Structural Economic Models: Misspecification and Flexible Estimation||Joachim Freyberger||Contact||The ERC project deals with identification and estimation issues of structural economic models in general and dynamic skill formation models in particular. There are both theoretical components, with the goal to develop novel semiparametric estimators, and empirical components, where the methods are applied in new settings. |
Applicants should have a strong background in econometrics or statistics and be interested in empirical economic research. Proficient programming skills in R, Matlab, Python, or related programs are also desirable.
|Germany||Max Planck Society - Göttingen||BIO-enMR - New routes for magnetic resonance spectroscopy of biomolecules by combining EPR and NMR methods||Marina Maria Luisa Bennati||Website|
|Research in EPR/NMR Double resonance techniques -|
|Germany||University of Heidelberg - Heidelberg||TWIST - Twisted Perovskites - Control of Spin and Chirality in Highly-luminescent Metal-halide Perovskites||Felix Deschler||Website|
|Background in laser spectroscopy and/or material science / Physical Chemistry -|
|Germany||University of Munich (LMU) - Munich||MultiX - Tackling Multi-Host Pathogenicity of Xylella by Assisted Immunity||Silke Robatzek||Website|
|Plant Biology, plant-microbe interactions, plant immunity - The Silke Robatzek Group is seeking highly motivated researchers at the level of a PhD student to investigate the mechanisms by which plants control the infection of bacterial pathogens. Applicants should have an interest in molecular plant-microbe interactions. Our research interest includes the immune signaling in response to Xylella fastidiosa and genes that can confer resistance in genetic model plants as well as crops.|
|Germany||University of Heidelberg - Heidelberg||RADICOL - Mechanoradicals in Collagen||Frauke Gräter||Website|
|Undergraduate / PhD student positions in computational molecular biophysics and experimental biomaterials science -|
|Germany||University of Bayreuth - Bayreuth||MYCO-SoilC - Mycorrhizal Types and Soil Carbon Storage: A mechanistic theory of fungal mediated soil organic matter cycling in temperate forests||Johanna Pausch||Contact|
|Germany||University of Goettingen - Goettingen||ElectroFun - Electrochemical Bond Functionalization||Lutz Ackermann||Website|
|Germany||European Southern Observatory (ESO) - Garching b. München||WANDA - Winds ANd Disk structures near and Afar||Carlo F. Manara||Website|
|ERC funded post-doc position on protoplanetary disk evolution at ESO-Garching - In the context of the ERC Starting Grant WANDA (https://www.eso.org/~cmanara/wanda_erc.html) hosted at the ESO headquarters in Garching, Germany, PhD and post-doctoral positions are being opened.|
The Post-Doc researcher(s) will work on optical high-resolution spectroscopy and integral field spectroscopy of pre-main sequence stars, and/or on analysis of high spatial resolution near- infrared and millimeter data. The Post-Doc researcher(s) will collaborate with the WANDA team and other collaborators at ESO, and interact with collaborators from the international ULLYSES and PENELLOPE projects (see here https://sites.bu.edu/odysseus/ for details) and many other colleagues, while being fully inserted in the ESO science environment. Help in supervising the PhD students in the group will be an asset.
The deadline to submit application is April, 13th 2022, and the starting date for the positions is flexible between May and December 2022.
Information on the required application material and on duration of the contracts is available in the attached ads and at https://www.eso.org/~cmanara/wanda_erc.html#jobs
For any question, please contact Carlo Manara (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Germany||University Hospital Koeln - Cologne||METAMOLE - From naked mole-rats to mice: metabolic reprogramming to prevent ischaemic injury||Jane Reznick||Website|
|Germany||Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) - Heidelberg||PATTERNCHEM - Shape and Topology as Descriptors of Chemical and Physical Properties in Functional Organic Materials||Ganna Gryn'ova||Website|
|Computational and theoretical chemistry, physics or materials science -|
|Germany||Leibniz Institute for New Materials - Saarbruecken||ELECTROFLUID - Conductive suspension flows for soft electronics||Lola Gonzalez-Garcia||Website|
|Master’s degree in chemistry, physics, materials science, electrical engineering, or a related field, - INM’s research group Electrofluids investigates a new kind of materials consisting of electrically conductive particles suspended in insulating liquid matrices that form percolating networks with the aim of their integration in soft materials for applications like sensors, wearables, and robotics. The group studies the interplay between particle-particle friction, contact resistance, percolation, bulk resistance, and suspension viscosity. In our project funded by ERC (European Research Council), we are seeking a|
PhD Student (m/f/d)
in the field of particle suspensions and fluids for soft electronics
starting date: June 1st, 2022 (some flexibility).
development of electronic suspensions and encapsulation materials,
analysis of their rheoelectrical properties,
research on their integration in flexible devices, characterization, and testing,
interaction with other group members and supervising students,
documentation and dissemination of results.
Master’s degree in chemistry, physics, materials science, electrical engineering, or a related field,
experience in either electronics, colloids, particle suspensions, or non-Newtonian fluids and interest in the other fields, and
very good communication and writing skills, thorough command of the English language. Any other language knowledge is beneficial but no requisite.
scientifically interesting and technically relevant challenges in a motivated research group,
reliable institutional support to perform high-quality research and to present and publish your research results,
an interdisciplinary and international workplace with excellent infrastructure,
living and working at the heart of the Greater Region D/F/L/B,
a comprehensive benefits package (flexible working hours, mobile working, company pension scheme).
Interested? We are looking forward to receiving your application (CV, publication list, motivation letter, at least two references) by May 10th, 2022. Please send it via
e-mail (single pdf file, less than 5 MB) to Dr. Lola González-García E-mail: email@example.com • Reference: “PhD Student: Electrofluids”
The INM is an equal-opportunity employer with a certified family-friendly policy. We promote professional opportunities for women and strongly encourage them to apply. Full time jobs can be generally divided. Severely disabled applicants with equal qualification and aptitude will be given preferential consideration.
|Germany||Helmholtz Center Munich - German Research Center for Environmental Health - Neuherberg||CompHematoPathology - Computational Hematopathology for Improved Diagnostics||Carsten Marr||Website|
|Postdoc – Institute of AI for Health (f/m/x) 101531 - https://jobs.helmholtz-muenchen.de/jobposting/23daa860e5748024ae5e57396ce7c72da7eba2100|
|Germany||University of Koeln - Cologne||Exo-Oceans - Searching and Characterizing Extraterrestrial Subsurface Oceans||Joachim Saur||Website|
|Visiting Researcher/Postdoctoral Researcher with background in Computational Plasma Physics or Analysis of Telescope Data.|
|Germany||University of Konstanz - Konstanz||DEEPCAT - Degradable Polyolefin Materials Enabled by Catalytic Methods||Stefan Mecking||Website|
|Background and Degree in Chemistry (ideally Polymers or Organometallic Catalysis) - Project Summary. Plastics are essential to virtually any modern technology and therefore ubiquitious. However, when released to the environment they can persist for centuries. One pillar of a responsible future economy is therefore to endow important plastics with a non-persistent nature. Polyethylene (PE) is the largest scale synthetic material, used in transportation, energy storage, water cleaning, clothing and many other fields. However, it is most problematic concerning degradability. This project addresses this major challenge by introducing photo- and hydrolytically degradable groups in the PE chain. Directly during catalytic PE synthesis, isolated keto groups are generated by incorporation of small amounts of carbon monoxide. This goal is targeted via catalysts with extreme shieldin, rigid ligand environments and additional functionalities in Ni(II) catalysts. Living catalytic polymerization in nanoparticles are pursued to achieve ultra high molecular weights and gradient PE chains forming nanodomains. Further types of hydrolytically cleavable groups are targeted via the complementary synthetic approach of step growth from seed- or microalgae-oil derived PE-telechelics. This yields linear PE with in-chain carbonate, acetal and ester groups. Basic materials properties of all polymers are determined by tensile tests. Degradation studies reflecting a marine environment will indicate the persistency behaviour and fate of microfragments, using macroscopic specimens and the above particles as models. Knowledge of the particle and bulk morphologies is also instrumental to understand the materials and degradation properties.|
|Germany||University of Erlangen-Nuremberg - Erlangen||AccelOnChip - AccelOnChip: Attosecond physics, free electron quantum optics, photon generation and radiation biology with the accelerator on a photonic chip||Peter Hommelhoff||Website|
|Physicist with a background in ultrafast laser physics or electron optics - See website for more details|
|Germany||University of Duesseldorf - Düsseldorf||PhaseControl - PhaseControl - How cellular suicide programmes control phase transitions in fatty liver disease and liver cancer||Tom Lüdde||Website|
|Postdoc in bioinformatics or life sciences with experience in bioinformatics - The Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Infectious Disease is looking for a |
Postdoc in bioinformatics or life sciences with experience in bioinformatics (f/m/d)
with the working time of currently 38.5 hours/week (part-time work is also possible). The salary is based on qualification according to TV-L E13. The employment contract is concluded with HHU Düsseldorf.
Our working group is investigating the role of programmed cell death pathways (apoptosis, necroptosis, ferroptosis, etc.) in acute and chronic gastrointestinal disease with a focus on pancreatic and liver cancer. The PostDoc (f/m/d) will support our projects mainly by analysing and evaluating large data sets (e.g. scRNAseq).
• PhD in bioinformatics or life sciences (Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmacy or Human Biology/Molecular
• Knowledge in the analysis of large data sets (e.g. scRNA Seq.)
• Good communication skills (English)
• We offer a dynamic and interdisciplinary clinical and basic scientific environment with modern equipment
• A full-time position (38.5 hours/week, part-time work is also possible)
• Flexible and family-friendly working time models
• Childcare options in a UKD day-care center and offers for those returning from parental leave
• Excellent development and training opportunities
• Performance-related remuneration in accordance with TV-L E13, depending on personal requirements
including public service benefits
• Discounted employee ticket for public transport
Have we piqued your interest?
Then we are looking forward to your application.
|Germany||University of Frankfurt - Frankfurt am Main||POLAR - Polarization and its discontents: does rising economic inequality undermine the foundations of liberal societies?||Markus Gangl||Website|
|Research fellow position - Two fixed-term positions in association with the research project POLAR, suitable for either postdoc or PhD-level researchers (open competition).|
Candidates are required to have an excellent academic background (MA or PhD degree) in quantitative sociology or closely related fields. Applicants are expected to demonstrate dedicated research interests and expertise in the study of rising inequality and its consequences, and in the use of advanced techniques of statistical data analysis for longitudinal, multilevel and cross-nationally comparative survey data. The project group is particularly interested in applicants capable of filling one position in the area of political sociology and social cohesion (position 1) and one position to focus on intergenerational social mobility (position 2). The successful candidates are expected to become active members in Professor Gangl’s research group, to conduct POLAR research and associated publication projects together with Prof. Gangl and other members of the project team, and to pursue her/his own professional development in these roles. When applying for a postdoc position, prior exposure to international research environments and relevant publications in peer-reviewed journals will be considered an advantage.
Full job advertisement: https://www.fb03.uni-frankfurt.de/117899054/Gangl_GU_FB03_10_2022e.pdf
|Greece||National Observatory of Athens - Athens||D-TECT - Does dust triboelectrification affect our climate?||Vassilis Amiridis||Website|
|Atmospheric Research - Any field, related to atmospheric research|
|Greece||Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas - Heraklion||iMAC-FUN - Dissecting novel mechanisms of iron regulation during macrophage-fungal interplay||Georgios Chamilos||Website|
|Host defense and fungal immunology Lab - Our group is studying novel antifungal effector pathways in macrophages with physiological importance for development of human fungal diseases. We would be happy to help/host a scientist at any level (Research assistant, visiting scientist, or PostDoc). Please contact George Chamilos (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Hungary||Biological Research Center - Szeged||Multicellularity - The genetic basis of the convergent evolution of fungal multicellularity||Laszlo Nagy||Website|
|We can offer positions along these key words: fungi, reverse genetics, bioinformatics, DNA pull-down, protein-protein interactions, gene expression data analysis, phylogenetics.|
|Hungary||Institute of Experimental Medicine - Budapest||CholAminCo - Synergy and antagonism of cholinergic and dopaminergic systems in associative learning||Balazs Hangya||Website|
|Our laboratory (http://hangyalab.koki.hu/) is looking for highly motivated people who are interested in joining our team at the Institute of Experimental Medicine (aka KOKI) in Budapest, Hungary. We offer a stimulating scientific environment and a multidisciplinary working atmosphere in our team of biologists, medical doctors, computer scientists, physicists and mathematicians.|
Our overarching goal is to understand the neural mechanisms of cognitive functions, focusing on learning, attention and decision making. We investigate the contribution of subcortical networks, especially cholinergic neurons (Hangya et al., 2015, Cell; Laszlovszky et al., 2020, Nature Neuroscience), and study data from both mice (Kiraly et al., 2020, Nature Communications; Hegedus et al., 2021, iScience) and human patients to better understand normal cognition as well as the pathomechanisms of neurodegenerative dementias, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
We are looking for highly motivated scientists trained in neurophysiology methods, including quantitative data analysis. The successful candidate will collect mouse and human electrophysiology and imaging data and analyze neuronal activity and behavior to better understand how neural circuits control behavioral performance. Applicants should have a proven track record and an independent working style.
|Hungary||Institute of Experimental Medicine - Budapest||DeCode - Dendrites and memory: role of dendritic spikes in information coding by hippocampal CA3 pyramidal neurons||Judit Makara||Website|
|The lab studies the principles of synaptic integration, dendritic processing, input-output operations and single-cell and population activity patterns in hippocampal neurons, with the goal to understand how cellular and circuit mechanisms allow the hippocampal network to perform various computations during navigation and learning. We employ diverse in vitro and in vivo experimental methodologies including patch clamp electrophysiology, two-photon imaging and optical stimulation techniques. We are happy to consider researchers and students who have experience in electrophysiology and/or fluorescent microscopy techniques, or engineering/programming skills. |
|Hungary||Eotvos Lorand University - Budapest||VOIMA - Voice and speech perception across mammals: a comparative study of humans, dogs and pigs||Attila Andics||Website|
|We seek individuals with some experience in cognitive (neuro)science, psychology, ethology, animal training, farm animals, bioacoustics, psycholinguistics, machine learning, bioinformatics or a related discipline. All applications will be assessed on an individual basis. - The ERC-funded research project VOIMA combines ethology and non-invasive brain imaging to explore the neural bases of voice and speech processing in dogs, pigs and humans. Successful applicants will contribute to this work -- and we are open to find creative ways of contributing meaningfully. The VOIMA project is run by the Neuroethology of Communication Lab (PI: Attila Andics), a dynamic, multidisciplinary, caring and supportive international team which is part of the Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE), Budapest, Hungary, a world-leading centre of ethological and brain imaging research in dogs. We cooperate with two imaging centres with 3T MRI scanners, and provide in-house access to EEG/ERP and a brand new fNIRS/HD-DOT lab. Animal touchscreen, motion tracking sensors, and multiple behavioural and training labs are also available on site. Duration of positions is highly flexible, salary will be commensurate with experience and will aim to cover living costs in Budapest for the researcher's family.|
|Ireland||National University of Ireland, Galway - Galway||PIETRA - Religious Translation, the Catholic Church and Global Media: a study of the products and processes of multilingual dissemination.||Anne O'Connor||Website|
|Doctoral Researcher in Translation and Religion (3 posts available) - PhD 1: Translation and SOCIAL MEDIA|
The PhD student working on this work package will focus on translation in the context of an institutional social media account. The candidate will work on analysing translations into Arabic and must have excellent language skills in this area.
PhD 2: Translation and NEWS WEBSITES
In this work package the PhD student will focus on translational activities in the context of multilingual institutional websites. The research will have a particular focus on multimodality in the communicative and translational processes.
PhD 3: Translation and PRINT HISTORY
The doctoral work in this work package will involve an overview of the production and distribution of religious translations in the nineteenth century, and the tracking of religious translations across languages and cultures. It will involve a particular focus on the area of paratextuality and authority in translation.
|Ireland||RCSI - Dublin||ReCaP - Regeneration of Articular Cartilage using Advanced Biomaterials and Printing Technology||Fergal O'Brien||Website|
|Expertise in biomaterials, 3D printing or gene and drug delivery preferred - Project focussed on advanced biomaterials for articular joint repair combining 3D printing of biomaterials with stem cells and gene delivery|
|Ireland||National University of Ireland - University College Dublin - Dublin||ACHIEVE - Advanced Cellular Hierarchical Tissue-Imitations based on Excluded Volume Effect||Dimitrios Zeugolis||Website|
|biomaterials; tissue engineering; regenerative medicine; cell biology; in vitro pathophysiology models -|
|Ireland||University College Dublin - Dublin||Expanding Agency - Expanding Agency: Women, Race and the Global Dissemination of Modern Architecture||Kathleen James-Chakraborty||Website|
|Architectural historian - Two doctoral students will be hired as of 1 September to focus on the role that shelter magazines and other publications targeted at female consumers to understand how modernism was marketed to (and often also by) women between 1920 and 1970 . One of the postdocs must have Spanish or Portuguese and be able to address Latin American material.|
These positions will be advertised publicly later this spring, as will a half time research assistant who will handle image permissions, the web site, and social media for the project. A postdoctoral position focusing on the history of the architecture of historically Black college and university campuses in the same years will also be advertised with these positions.
|Ireland||Trinity College - Dublin||PaCE - The Patterns of Conflict Emergence: Developing an Automated Pattern Recognition System for Conflict||Thomas Chadefaux||Website|
|https://conflictlab.github.io/assets/files/RF2022.pdf - https://conflictlab.github.io/assets/files/RF2022.pdf|
|Ireland||National University of Ireland, Galway - Galway||Theatronomics - THEATRONOMICS: The Business of Theatres, 1732-1809||David O'Shaughnessy||Contact||Research assistant - To provide research assistance on a project concerned with the analysis of manuscript financial records of the two major theatres of 18th-century London. Duties to include data input, primary and secondary research, conference organisation, and other tasks as necessary.|
|Ireland||University College Dublin - Dublin||VICTEUR - European Migrants in the British Imagination: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Culture||Gerardine Meaney||Website|
|UCD Post-doctoral Research Fellow Level 1 (Text Mining and NLP) - Applications are sought for the role of Post-doctoral Research Fellow (Level 1) for a project in the area|
of Cultural Analytics, which will involve the development of methods for the analysis of multimodal
data (e.g. textual data, image data) from historical archives. The researcher will work as part of an
interdisciplinary team at the SFI-funded Insight Centre for Data Analytics in UCD, and in collaboration
with other researchers at the ERC-funded VICTEUR project.
The successful candidate should have a PhD in Computer Science or a related disciplines, with a
proven track record of research and publications in the areas of text mining and natural language
processing. Excellent programming skills are essential. Ideally the candidate will also have past
experience of working with researchers from other disciplines.
|Ireland||Trinity College - Dublin||REACT - Responsive theranostic nanosystems for advanced cancer treatment||Eduardo Ruiz-Hernandez||Website|
|Polymer chemist in Nanomedicine - Qualifications|
PhD in Nanomedicine or related field
Knowledge & Experience
- Solid background in Chemistry, nanoparticle characterization and functionalization
- Experience in the training and supervision of students
- Development and management of joint initiatives and funding proposals
- Knowledge of basic statistics
- Handling peptides and proteins (desirable)
- Cell culture and in vitro models of cancer (desirable)
- Molecular biology techniques (Western blot, ELISA, PCR, etc.) (desirable)
- Certificate of use and handling of experimental animals (desirable)
- Knowledge of the management of human samples
Skills & Competencies
- Strong initiative, effective leadership and ability to work independently
- Excellent communication and presentation skills
- Fluency in written and spoken English
- Strong team spirit, open-minded and collaborative
- Rigorous, ability to work on different tasks simultaneously
|Ireland||National University of Ireland - University College Dublin - Dublin||MISFIRES - Misfires and Market Innovation: Toward a Collaborative Turn in Organising Markets||Susi Geiger||Website|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||STRAIN2EXTREME - Straining electromechanical coupling in layered crystals to new extremes||Moshe Ben Shalom||Website|
|Physics - PhD or Postdoc for research in 2D materials|
|Israel||beer sheva||EpigeneticScars - Understanding DSB repair from pathway choice to long term effects and their consequences.||Deborah Toiber||Website|
|Israel||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Beer-Sheva||Interactive - Coding for Interactive Communication and the Power of Adaptivity||Klim Efremenko||Website|
|UKRAINE STUDENT / SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOWS AT BEN-GURION UNIVERSITY - If you are a student/scholar affected by the war in Ukraine, BGU offers an emergency scholarship, furthermore, I also have immediately available funds for those who are interested in doing research in Theoretical computer science or Error-Correcting Codes.|
|Israel||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Beer Sheva||CoralStem - Stem cell isolation and transplantation in Hexacorallia: Toward cell-therapy for corals||Benyamin Rosental||Website|
|PhD students and Postdocs are preferred. - The laboratory is investigating the immune mechanisms of cellular recognition and histocompatibility. This includes immune responses in transplantation with an emphasis on stem cell transplantation. We study basic research on understanding immune mechanisms into translational medical research. We work on the immune system and stem cells with diverse organisms such as humans, tunicates, planarians and corals. We even translate our findings to ecological issues such as the use of stem cell transplantation for the preservation of coral reefs.|
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||RetinalRepurposing - Deciphering the computations underlying visual processing: Repurposing of retinal cells and how they are decoded by the visual thalamus||Michal Rivlin||Website|
|Neuroscience - We are a visual neuroscience lab that studies neuronal circuits in the retina and early visual pathways.|
We can suggest positions (including fundings) to neuroscientists trained in electrophysiology and/or calcium imaging, computational neuroscientists, or a technician position for histology and staining.
|Israel||Rehovot||DissectCMV - Creating a comprehensive functional map of the viral and host factors in HCMV infection||Noam Ginossar||Contact|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||DCUBATION - Redefining the term 'Incubation Period' using large-scale digital data||Dan Yamin||Website|
|BSc MSc or Ph.D. in mathematics, Engineering or Computer Science - Develop state-of-art data-driven models for early detection and improved diagnosis of infectious diseases. |
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||RiboFriend - Deciphering co-translational protein folding, assembly and quality control pathways, in health and disease||Ayala Shiber||Website|
|The majority of cellular proteins do not function alone; they often act together in complexes to achieve concerted functions.|
Despite the prevalence of protein complexes, very little is known of the mechanisms that ensure their correct folding and assembly.
The importance of the folding and assembly challenge is underscored by the growing number of misfolding diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. All of which are characterized by the accumulation of misfolded proteins in aggregates.
Here we study how do proteins form, fold and assemble into functional complexes in our cells, what mechanisms facilitate and protect them from aggregation, neurodegeneration, and aging.
Our key questions:
How are nanomachines formed in our cells?
How do ribosomes go beyond synthesis to direct the polypeptide-chain folding and assembly?
How do “lonely” proteins find their complex and pathway partners?
What co-translational mechanisms protect them from misfolding?
What co-translational mechanisms degrade “lonely” proteins?
Do mRNA subcellular organization facilitate complex assembly?
The lab combines a variety of approaches including:
Advanced genetics (Next- Generation Sequencing), Biochemistry and Cell biology, using the awesome power of yeast as a model organism as well as cell culture.
The lab combines a variety of highly advanced methodologies including:
Selective Ribosome Profiling – capturing the ribosomes engaged by target proteins, in codon resolution
Single-molecule Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) for imaging mRNAs in the cell
Developing novel techniques for single-molecule capturing of protein-mRNA interactions
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||BANDWIDTH - The cost of limited communication bandwidth in distributed computing||Keren Censor-Hillel||Website|
|Researcher in theory of computing : algorithms : distributed graph algorithms - Research positions are available in distributed graph algorithms. Position can be for MSc or PhD students, as well as for postdocs or visiting researchers. Required background (depending on the position level): theory of computing, algorithms.|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||NanoGraphy - Plasmon Enhanced Photocatalytic Nano Lithography||Lilac Amirav||Website|
|Material science, chemistry, physics or related subjects - Come join us as we develop a novel technique for true nanoscale photolithography with a 1 nm resolution|
Graduate students, postdocs, and research fellows are welcome
The research includes work in the Technion’s cleanrooms, EBL & HRSEM
Background in solid-state physics is required
|Israel||Reichman University (IDC Herzliya) - Herzliya||NovelExperiSENSE - How experience shapes brain specializations||Amir Amedi||Website|
|MA/PHD/Post Doctoral Researcher Positions at the The Baruch Ivcher Institute For Brain, Cognition & Technology directed by Professor Amir Amedi - We are looking for devoted, capable and enthusiastic candidates for MA/PHD/Post Doctoral Researcher Positions to join our multinational and multidisciplinary team. Among other projects, we are working on an ERC grant entitled ERC NovelExperiSense: Studying how experience shapes the brain|
If you have a degree in/relevant experience in the following:
Computer Science/Machine learning
Audio and/or Visual Design
Neuroscience (with experience in neuroimaging)
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||BoostDiscovery - Boosting the discovery using τs in the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider||Liron Barak||Contact||Experience with VHDL and fPGAs -|
|Israel||Rehovot||ThermoQuantumImage - Thermal imaging of nano and atomic-scale dissipation in quantum states of matter||Eli Zeldov||Contact|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||HeteroPlates - Halide perovskite heterostructures based on 2D nanoplates building blocks for next generation optoelectronics||Yehonadav Bekenstein||Website|
|Physics/chemist/material scientist - We have a few projects centered around the idea of new optoelectronic nano-materials.|
Experience with ultrafast lasers/ cathodoluminescence / thin-film deposition and characterization is a plus.
Colloidal synthesis is relevant for another project.
read more on the basic project here: https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/949682
contact us for more details on adjacent projects
openings for PhD and technicians may be possible
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||CompExDyn - Complex Exciton Dynamics in Materials: a First-Principles Computational Approach||Sivan Refaely-Abramson||Website|
|Computational researcher: development and application - The research includes the development and application of advanced ab initio quantum computational approaches to excited-state dynamics in emerging materials. Candidates who are experienced in applying and/or developing computational approaches on high-performance computers are welcome to apply. Such approaches may be within density functional theory, many-body perturbation theory, wavefunction methods, or dynamical matrices, as well as analytical models for quantum many-particle dynamics. Candidates with expertise in applying machine learning methods in materials are also welcome to apply.|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||ONCODESTROYER - Targeting cancer vulnerabilities in acute leukemia||Yinon Ben-Neriah||Website|
|To be part of projects focused on hematological malignancies and cancer therapy. - We are looking for researchers interested in both basic and translational biomedical research, particularly in cancer therapy, hematological malignancies and the role of cancer driver mutations in normal tissue. Individuals with a PhD, MD or PhD/MD degree in biomedical sciences, molecular biology, epigenetics or immunology are particularly encouraged to contact us. In addition, we welcome bioinformaticians who may either join our lab or work virtually with us. A priority will be given to Ukrainian scientists.|
We are committed to cultivating a workplace in which diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed and respected. Interested candidates (for PhD or post-doc) are welcome to send a cover letter and curriculum vitae.
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||RECENT-TO-REMOTE - Remote Memory Consolidation Based on Activity, Connectivity and Stability; Contribution of Neurons and Astrocytes.||Inbal Goshen||Website|
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||LEGOTOP - From Local Elements to Globally Ordered TOPological states of matter||Yuval Oreg||Contact||Work with Yuval Oreg and Ady Stern on condensed matter theory of topological materials and twisted bi-layer systems.|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||RegRNA - Mechanistic principles of regulation by small RNAs||Hanah Margalit||Website|
|Studying various aspects of post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression by small RNAs in bacteria at a system level, using state-of-the-art large-scale approaches as well as detailed experiments. - The research can be experimental-computational, or experimental in collaboration with other computational people in the group. The research involves the use of innovative large-scale RNA-seq-based approaches to study:1) the cooperation of regulation by small RNAs with regulation by global protein regulators in the cell. 2) dynamics and functional properties of multi-layer regulatory circuits involving small RNAs and transcription factors. 3) Involvement of small RNAs in transcription or translation pausing. 4) Involvement of small RNAs in the virulence pathways of pathogenic bacteria.|
|Israel||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Beer-Sheva||AcetyLys - Unravelling the role of lysine acetylation in the regulation of glycolysis in cancer cells through the development of synthetic biology-based tools||Eyal Arbely||Website|
|The Arbely Lab for synthetic biology welcomes scientists to join an exciting study of enzyme regulation by posttranslational modifications. Our lab develops and applies cutting-edge synthetic biology- and chemical biology-based tools for the genetic encoding of posttranslational modifications and activity-based probes in full-length proteins. Research in the lab is interdisciplinary, combining various approaches, including synthetic biology (genetic code expansion technology), enzyme biochemistry, protein chemistry, and synthetic organic chemistry. We welcome scientists with experience and background in one or more of the following fields: biochemistry, synthetic biology, structural biology, metabolomics, synthetic organic chemistry, and cell biology. We have several fully-funded positions. If you are interested, please contact Prof. Eyal Arbely (email@example.com) -|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||CancerAneuploidy - Understanding and targeting the functional consequences of aneuploidy in cancer||Uri Ben-David||Website|
|Computational Biologist - Our lab studies cancer genetics. We focus on an under-studied trait of cancer, called aneuploidy – the presence of an abnormal number of chromosomes in cancer cells — and the potential of using this trait to target cancer cells and eliminate tumors. We combine experimental and computational approaches to uncover the basic biology underlying this hallmark of cancer, to track its origins and to uncover its cellular consequences. In addition, we are interested in improving and expanding the arsenal of cancer model systems, for basic research and cancer precision medicine. |
• Passion for science
• M.Sc. or Ph.D. in bioinformatics, computational biology, biology with programming experience (or equivalent background)
• At least 3 years of programming experience, preferably in Python and/or R
• High organizational and project management skills
• Excellent ability to work both independently and in a team
• Ability and patience to guide students
• Experience with NGS data – an advantage
• Background in statistics – an advantage
• Background in genetics and/or in cancer genomics – an advantage
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||The Wall - The Wall: People and Ecology in Medieval Mongolia and China||Gideon Shelach-Lavi||Website|
|Archaeologists, Historians of China or Mongolia -|
|Israel||Bar Ilan University - Ramat Gan||HyDegronomics - Cracking the Code for Protein Quality Control Mechanisms Recognizing Exposed Hydrophobicity in Protein Substrates||Itay Koren||Website|
|Post doctoral and PhD open positions: The Koren Lab, Lab focus: Systematic investigation of the specificity of degradation pathways with implication to human disease - Projects description:|
The Koren lab at BIU is seeking creative and dedicated scientists to join our team. Our laboratory focus is on systematic investigation of the specificity of protein degradation pathways with implication to human disease. Our genome-wide approach that monitors the mammalian proteome turn-over in real time created a new field of investigation for biological systems, setting a new dimension that has yet to be explored. In particular, we are interested in comprehensive characterization of sequences regulating proteolysis and match them with the degradation mechanisms controlling them. In addition, we investigate protein quality control pathways activated by cells to maintain protein homeostasis and how abbreviation in these pathways lead to disease.
You will have the opportunity to perform cutting-edge studies using high-throughput approaches. We use genetics (CRISPR screens) coupled with synthetic biology (high density oligonucleotide libraries synthesis), biochemistry, cell biology and systems biology approaches to obtain a global view of degradation pathways. More specifically, we:
1. Investigate how the degradation machineries of the cell specifically recognize and target substrates;
2. Characterize protein quality control pathways activated by cells to maintain protein homeostasis;
3. Explore the involvement of specific degradation machineries in various biological processes including receptor trafficking and turnover, organelle protein targeting, antigen presentation and more.
4. Elucidate how defects in protein degradation mechanisms result in disease such as cancer or neurodegeneration.
We are looking for talented, curious and motivated post doctoral fellows and PhD students with experimental and/or computational expertise to join us.
Bar-Ilan University is one of Israel's leading center of higher learning. Thanks to its ideal geographic location, Bar-Ilan University's campus is easily accessible to students arriving from all regions of the country. Conveniently situated within a 20-minute drive from Tel Aviv. Koren's lab is fully equipped with all facilities needed to carry out the proposed research, with full access to the high-quality infrastructure that Bar-Ilan University offers including next generation sequencing, FACS, imaging and animal core facilities.
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||ReligSpace - The Effect of Manifestations of Religion in the Public Space on Sociopolitical Integration of Minority-Religion Immigrants||Pazit Ben-Nun Bloom||Website|
|phd level student or post doc in political psychology specializing in immigration/ culture/ environmental psychology/ methodology -|
|Israel||Bar Ilan University - Ramat Gan||MPM - Modern Pattern Matching||Ely Porat||Contact||Algorithm researcher - We will be happy to hire researchers in all the levels, as well as to advise Ph.d and postdoc students.|
We are doing research in all areas of algorithms.
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||NanoNonEq - Nanoprobes for Nonequilibrium Driven Systems||Gili Bisker||Website|
|Open Postdoc Position: theory and/or experiment at The Nanosensors and Biophysics Lab - Experimental work: Optical nanosensors for nonequilibrium biomimetic and living systems |
-Single-walled carbon nanotubes
-Experimental soft matter, self-assembled hydrogels, biomimetic systems, cell culture
-Relevant background can be in Engineering, Nanotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, or Biology
Theoretical work: Nonequilibrium Physics
-Estimators for entropy production
-Soft matter, complex systems
-Applicants should have programming skills and a background in statistical physics or related areas
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||CRISPR-EVOL - The eco-evolutionary costs and benefits of CRISPR-Cas systems, and their effect on genome diversity within populations||Uri Gophna||Contact||Microbial Genomics or archaeal genetics -|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||AllOptHipp - All-Optical Dissection of Hippocampal Circuits Using Voltage Imaging||Yoav Adam||Website|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||CancerEpiTopology - Elucidating the mechanisms, heterogeneity and role of epigenetic topological alterations in cancer||Yotam Drier||Website|
|Research in computational biology / cancer biology - Our lab combines cutting edge experimental techniques with big-data analytical approaches to systematically study the role of epigenetic alterations at regulatory DNA drive cancer in cancer initiation and progression. We currently focus on two types of regulatory DNA elements: enhancers (regulating transcription), and CTCF binding sites (regulating chromosomal topology, i.e. the folding of the chromosome in 3D).|
We have previously demonstrated that aberrant DNA methylation of CTCF binding sites in IDH-mutant glioma  and SDH deficient gastrointestinal stromal tumors  perturbs chromosomal topology to drive tumorigenesis. We are now extending this framework across cancer to test the interplay between metabolism, epigenetics, chromosome topology and gene regulation, and its dysregulation across different types of cancer. We are also utilizing enhancer and transcriptional characterization of tumors to reconstruct the transcriptional regulatory networks that drive cancer initiation, progression and response to therapy, and infer clinically relevant biomarkers and drug targets (as we have previously demonstrated, e.g. [3,4]).
We are looking for talented and motivated research associate (PhD student / postdoc / similar) to join our team. Prospective candidates should have knowledge and experience in molecular biology and/or computational biology, preferably both.
 Insulator dysfunction and oncogene activation in IDH mutant gliomas. Flavahan WA*, Drier Y* et al. Nature, 2016.
 Altered chromosomal topology drives oncogenic programs in SDH-deficient GIST. Flavahan WA*, Drier Y* et al. Nature, 2019.
 An oncogenic MYB feedback loop drives alternate cell fates in adenoid cystic carcinoma. Drier Y* et al. Nature Genetics, 2016.
 Enhancer signatures stratify and predict outcomes of non-functional pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors. Cejas P*, Drier Y* et al. Nature Medicine, 2019.
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||PrefrontalMap - Organization and learning-associated dynamics of prefrontal synaptic connectivity||Ofer Yizhar||Website|
|Patch-clamp electrophysiology and optogenetic tool development - We are looking for an electrophysiologist to work on development of novel optogenetic actuators. Experience with molecular biology and in-vitro electrophysiology is required. Fluorescence microscopy imaging and in-vivo electrophysiology experience would be great but not essential.|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||RxmiRcanceR - Tumor suppressive microRNAs for cancer therapy||Eithan Galun||Website|
|This could be either a PhD student or a post doc - My group is interested to host PhD and post-docs who are involved in research in liver disease, if possible those who know microRNAs but also other areas are of our interest. We are interested in particular in liver inflammation and cancer. These students can either make here progress with their ongoing investigations and establishing their models here; or, join current project in the lab. We will cover travel cost to Israel and also provide a stipend that will allow reasonable living in Israel/Jerusalem. The period is what ever is needed.|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||ESIP-RM - Efficient & Selective Ion Pumps based on Ratchet Mechanisms||Gideon Segev||Website|
|PhD students/Postdocs - The Tel Aviv University Energy Devices Lab is looking for excellent PhD students and post-docs for an ERC funded research developing novel water desalination and treatment technologies.|
Position 1- Device simulation
Required qualifications: degree in engineering, physics or mathematics.
Experience with partial differential equations solvers- advantage.
Position 2- System integration
Required qualifications: 1st degree in engineering, physics or chemistry. Experience with analytical chemistry and electrochemistry- advantage.
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||InsulaBodyLoop - The Insula-Body Loop for Neural Control of Gut Physiology||Yoav Livneh||Website|
|PhD student or postdoc -|
|Israel||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Beersheva||RadSpec - A New Strategy for Vibronic Spectroscopy of Radicals||Joshua Baraban||Website|
|Basic research in spectroscopy of radicals, using innovative high resolution frequency domain laser spectroscopy techniques to study the physical and chemical properties of reactive molecules. Experience with pulsed tunable lasers and molecular beam vacuum apparatus highly desirable.|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||SweetBrain - A new perspective on the metabolic pathway to neuronal dysfunction: Using organs on a chip to elucidate the role of the brain microvasculature||Ben Maoz||Website|
|Tissue culture - tissue engineering -|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||HARMONIC - Discrete harmonic analysis for computer science||Yuval Filmus||Contact||Expert in Boolean function analysis and/or computational complexity theory -|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||TYPEWIRE - Reconstructing wiring rules of in vivo neural networks using simultaneous single-cell connectomics and transcriptomics||Amit Zeisel||Website|
|PhD student position - The Single Cell Molecular Biology lab at Technion is growing and we currently have openings for two PhD students. The lab uses advanced high-throughput genomics data to tackle problems in neuroscience using the mouse as animal model. We thrive at the intersection of molecular- and neurobiology, technology development and computer science and therefore encourage highly motivated students from diverse backgrounds to apply. |
Suitable candidates hold (or are about to obtain) an MSc degree (or equivalent), enjoy working independently, as part of a team and in collaboration with others, have strong, creative problem-solving skills and are fluent in spoken and written English.
Project 1 – Computational: This project involves development and application of machine learning tools for large-scale single-cell RNA-seq data.
Your profile: Candidates should have experience/knowledge in programing and a quantitative background such as engineering, physics or computer science. If neuroscience excites you, you’ve come to the right place.
Project 2 – Experimental: This project involves developing strategies to study neuronal connectivity at the single cell level in mice. Methods include engineered viruses and single cell RNA-seq.
Your profile: Candidates should be familiar with molecular and cell biology techniques and have deep interest in neurobiology. Experience with animal work, NGS and basic analysis skills are of advantage.
The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology graduate school will enroll you in the international PhD program and cover 4 years of full-time studies on a scholarship. Our lab is affiliated with the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Engineering, and located at the Lorry I. Lokey Multidisciplinary Center. Our lab offers excellent research facilities and interdisciplinary scientific training.
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||See-1D-Qmatter - Unravelling Fragile 1D Quantum States of Matter Through Ultra-sensitive Imaging||Shahal Ilani||Website|
|Visualizing quantum matter - Visualizing quantum matter through unique quantum scanning probes|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||OPREP - Operator Based Representations for geometry processing||Mirela Ben Chen||Website|
|Geometry processing, computer graphics, discrete differential geometry, shape correspondence and applications, polygonal meshes, numerical solution of PDEs on surfaces, vector field visualization -|
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||LogCorrelatedFields - Extremes in logarithmically correlated fields||Ofer Zeitouni||Website|
|Suitable for current post-docs or established researchers - Temporary, up to 3 months visiting position. Backgroung required: PhD or equivalent in mathematics, with specialization in probability theory and/or statistical physics. The visitor will interact with me and team members on projects emanating from the ERC grant, related either to random matrices, random polynomials, and/or random polymers. Funding is up to June 30, 2022.|
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||EffectiveTG - Effective Methods in Tame Geometry and Applications in Arithmetic and Dynamics||Gal Binyamini||Website|
|I have available positions for PhD students and postdocs around logic, model theory, differential equations, differential algebra, diophantine geometry and number theory. Special consideration will be given to applications from Ukrainian researchers affected by the war.|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||MultiplexGenomics - Exploring the Epigenome by Multiplexed Physical Mapping of Individual Chromosomes||Yuval Ebenstein||Website|
|Computational - We are open for many types of expertise from bioinformatics to image or signal processing|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||VAPLCS - Verification-Aware Programming Language Concurrency Semantics||Ori Lahav||Website|
|I am seeking highly motivated candidates for several postdoc/PhD/MSc positions. If you are interested in programming languages theory, concurrency, and formal methods, do not hesitate to contact me!|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||DynOpt - Towards a New Theory of Optimal Dynamic Graph Algorithms||Shay Solomon||Website|
|Post-Doctoral and PhD positions in graph algorithms - Applications are invited for Post-Doctoral and PhD positions at the Algorithms group of Dr. Shay Solomon, Tel Aviv University, funded by an ERC Starting grant.|
The selected Post-Doctoral and PhD researchers are expected to confront cutting-edge problems in graph algorithms, with a special focus on dynamic, distributed and geometric graph algorithms.
The start date is flexible, the salary is generous, and solid travel grants are provided.
Applicants for PhD positions should have an exceptional academic background in computer science/mathematics.
Applicants for Post-Doctoral positions should have a Ph.D. in computer science/mathematics and an exceptional research track record.
Applicants are required to send their CV, research statement, and three recommendation letters directly to Shay Solomon at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please see https://sites.google.com/site/soloshay/
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||TIMP - Ultrahigh-speed nanometer-scale microscopy||Oren Cohen||Website|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||Met_Cav - Metal-Functionalized Cavitands for a Site-Selective C-H hydroxylation of Aliphatic Compounds||Yuri Tulchinsky||Website|
|Synthetic organic chemist - Cavitands are bowl-shaped molecules, some of which can exist in closed or open conformation, according to the environment. Coordinated to a metal core, cavitand-based ligands could act as gate keepers capable of controlling both the entrance and the departure of guest molecules, i.e. reaction substrates and products. In this project we work on the synthesis and application of metal-functionalized cavitands for selective C-H hydroxylation as well as other catalytic reactions.|
|Israel||Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya - Herzliya||SensStabComp - Sensitivity, Stability, and Computation||Gil Kalai||Website|
|research in mathematics/compiter science/statistics/quantum information - I can support (several) graduate students, post doctorate researchers, or visiting researchers |
primarily in mathematics and computer science and also in quantum computation and statistics.
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||In Motion - Investigation and Monitoring of Time-varying Environments on Macro and Nano Scales||Pavel Ginzburg||Website|
|Nanopotonics, Radiophysics -|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||Real-PIM-System - Memristive In-Memory Processing System||Shahar Kvatinsky||Website|
|Electrical and computer engineering students and researchers -|
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||ANYONIC - Statistics of Exotic Fractional Hall States||Moty Heiblum||Website|
|experimental. quantum Hall effect. exotic fractional states working with dilution refrigerator. - see up|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||ThermoTON - Thermophone - a novel heat transfer based approach to global TOnal Noise cancellation in aviation||Beni Cukurel||Website|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||See-Beyond - Ultra-adaptive holographic computational imaging for seeing through random scatter, fibers, and around corners||Ori Katz||Website|
|Researcher (Researcher, Technician, ,post-doc, PhD, MSc) in the fields optical or acoustical imaging and sensing - Our lab has open positions for technicians, physicists, and engineers to join our research in the fields of imaging and sensing in complex media.|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel Aviv||SPADE - From Sparsity to Deep Learning||Raja Giryes||Website|
|Work on interesting problems in deep learning -|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||SynProAtCell - Delivery and On-Demand Activation of Chemically Synthesized and Uniquely Modified Proteins in Living Cells||Ashraf Brik||Website|
|Postdoctoral Positions are Available in the Field of Chemical Biology -|
|Israel||Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem||BirNonArchGeom - Birational and non-archimedean geometries||Michael Temkin||Contact||Researcher or graduate student - Research or graduate studies in the fields of birational geometry (resolution of singularities and related questions) or non-archimedean geometry (Berkovich spaces).|
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||Agglomerates - Infinite Protein Self-Assembly in Health and Disease||Emmanuel Levy||Website|
|Technician, post-doc, researcher - We are an interdisciplinary research group integrating protein science with cell biology, synthetic biology, and bioinformatics. We are looking for a technician/post-doc/researcher to pursue new and original research directions.|
The ideal candidate is a scientist has experience in least two of the following fields of research:
- Structural biology,
- Molecular biology,
- Computational biology,
- Systems biology,
- Synthetic biology.
Knowledge of a programming language, experience with yeast, microscopy, or protein science are a plus.
|Israel||Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Beer Sheva||MERIR - Methane related iron reduction processes in sediments: Hidden couplings and their significance for carbon and iron cycles||Orit Sivan||Website|
|Geomicrobiologist, geobiologist - Looking for a geomicrobiologist post doc to join our biogeochemical isotope lab for advanced microbial characterization of sedimentary profiles with focus on methane cycling|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel-Aviv||EMERGE - Reconstructing the emergence of the Milky Way’s stellar population with Gaia, SDSS-V and JWST||Dan Maoz||Website|
|Conduct research on supernovae, progenitor systems, binary populations, galactic chemical evolution|
|Israel||Tel Aviv University - Tel-Aviv||ReptiCode - The Evolution and Function of Brain States||Mark Shein-Idelson||Website|
|Computational modelling and time series analysis of large scale recordings from lizard DVR - Come and join our team in a multidisciplinary research exploring the coding principles of neuronal circuits in the ancestral cortex of reptiles. The project involves analyzing large electrophysiological datasets and combining these analysis with computational modelling to uncover the coding principles in reptilian DVR. For more information please contact us.|
Students with a background in Physics, computer science and engineering are encouraged to apply.
|Israel||Weizmann Institute - Rehovot||LymphMap - Navigating lymphatic formation and function in health and disease||Karina Yaniv||Contact|
|Israel||Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - Haifa||CloudCT - Climate CT- Cloud Tomography by Satellites for Better Climate Prediction||Yoav Schechner||Website|
|Research in image processing, optics and algorithms - For the type of the research done in our group, see our research pages:|
Research team members are involved in theoretical modeling, numerical simulations, laboratory and field experiments and coding, depending on their skills and ambitions.
|Italy||University of Genoa - Genova||SLING - Efficient algorithms for sustainable machine learning||Lorenzo Rosasco||Website|
|machine learning theory, optimization, inverse problems, statistics - I am looking for researchers with strong mathematical background and computational skills, with previous experience in the topic of the job profile. The goal is to understand and improve common machine learning practices while developing novel more efficient solutions.|
|Italy||University of Bologna - Bologna||MAGCOW - The Magnetised Cosmic Web||Franco Vazza||Website|
|Please make contact with the PI (email@example.com) to discuss details|
|Italy||Italian Institute of Technology - Genova||SubNanoOptoDevices - Sub-nanometer quantum engineering of 2D materials for optoelectronic devices||Michele Tamagnone||Website|
|PhD in Physics or Nanochemistry, 2D materials optics and photonics - Fabrication and optical characterization of optoelectronic devices based on 2D materials and metasurfaces. Electromagnetic modelling, study of polaritons in 2D materials, and more in general light/matter interaction at the nanoscale.|
|Italy||San Raffaele Hospital - Milan||UniMab - Immune-privileged, immortal, myogenic stem cells for gene therapy of Muscular Dystrophy.||Giulio Cossu||Website|
|A cell biologist holding a master (or equivalent degree). - A cell biologist with experience with primary human cell culture and basic lab techniques. Expertise on telomeres and telomerase desirable but not essential. Language: English.|
|Italy||University of Pisa - Pisa||PEP2D - Printable Electronics on Paper through 2D materials based inks||Gianluca Fiori||Website|
|Post-doc and PhD positions are available at UNIPI on two research lines:|
1) The activity will be devoted to the fabrication and characterization of transistors and sensors to be included in circuits laying on flexible substrates as paper, to be further exploited in demonstrators of wearable systems.
Requested skills: experience in device fabrication and characterization.
2) Simulation of two-dimensional based devices through the exploitation of multi-scale approach, ranging from DFT to carrier transport by means of NEGF approach (+Wannier). Requested skills: good knowledge of scripting language (i.e., python), experience in DFT and device simulations.
For more information regarding the activity of the group, please visit: gianlucafiori.org
|Italy||Italian Institute of Technology - Genova||I-Wood - Forest Intelligence: robotic networks inspired by the Wood Wide Web||Barbara Mazzolai||Website|
|Postdoc in Bioinspired Networking and AI - The post is part of the EU-funded I-Wood (ERC) project (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101003304), which investigates the plant-fungus interactions, i.e. the mycorrhizal network (MN), to recreate them by developing virtual models and physical robotic networks. These systems will imitate plants' networks by employing robotic roots that grow and branch in response to the environment, exchange information and implement plant-inspired behaviors. Tested in a scaled-down mixed social network, they will interact with real plants to facilitate the development of mycorrhizae. I-Wood is pioneering a new paradigm in robotics and AI, and offers fresh knowledge on plant communities with major significance for biodiversity and climate protection.|
In this context, we are looking for a postdoctoral researcher highly motivated and excited to help unravel communication rules between plant and fungi and plant-to-plant communication pathways mediated by the fungal network. He/she will focus on applications of network theories and artificial intelligence to decode such biological systems and formalize plant-fungus and plant-plant communication models, targeting the development of artificial networks and multi-agent communication strategies for robotic applications.
The position includes theoretical and hands-on research, collaboration with Postdocs, PhDs, and MSc students, and preparation of scientific publications. The candidate must be capable of collaborating with a large, international, and multidisciplinary team.
- A Ph.D. in Computer Science, Networking, Artificial Intelligence, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering, or a related field;
- theory and practice with one or more of these themes: discrete mathematics, network information theory, network coding, probability theory, game theory, graph network techniques;
- analytical reasoning;
- strong problem-solving attitude;
- strong communication and English language skills (written and spoken);
- the ability to properly report, organize and publish research data;
For a full description and for application, please refer to https://iit.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=2200001R
|Italy||University of Milan - Milano||CHEIR - Cargo-towing Highly enantioselective Electro-pumps: unconventional asymmetrIc Readout and transmission of chiral information||Serena Arnaboldi||Contact||Physicist with electrochemical background -|
|Italy||National Institute for Nuclear Physics - Italy - Genova||POKER - POsitron resonant annihilation into darK mattER||Andrea Celentano||Website|
|Electronic engineer - The POKER group in Genova is searching for an electronic engineer to work on the integration of the existing WaveBoard digitizer into the NA64 data acquisition system. A two-years PostDoc position is foreseen for this project.|
The goal of the project is to perform a new measurement at CERN to search for dark matter, by running a missing-energy experiment at the H4 beamline with a high-energy (100 GeV) positron beam. POKER will work in close contact with the NA64 collaboration at CERN, currently performing a complementary experimental program at the same facility using an electron beam. In particular, POKER is expected to make use of the existing NA64 beam tagging and hadron calorimeter system, while developing a new optimized active target with improved energy resolution.
In order to enhance the discovery potential of the experiment, POKER aims to replace the current electronic boards used to acquire signals from the NA64 detector with faster boards, capable of sustaining a larger date rate. This would allow to increase the intensity of the beam impinging on the detector, and thus the possible number of detected signals. As starting point for this R&D activity, we plan to use the “Waveboard” digitizer, a 12 channels, 250-MHz, 14 bits FADC digitizer recently developed by INFN-Rome and INFN-Genova. The board is controlled by a Zynq SOC, embedding a Kintex-7 FPGA and a dual-core ARM CPU, that interfaces with the ADCs. A distinct M4 ARM processor controls all the other peripherals (DACs, HV regulators, PLLs) and communicates with the Zynq through UART.
The PostDoc will be involved in the design of the new firmware of the board, according to the requirements dictated by the already-existing data acquisition system (DAQ) of the NA64 experiment. In particular, the current version of the firmware, developed for a purely triggerless DAQ setup, has to be modified to interface with the data/clock/commands distribution system of NA64, based on the UCF protocol. The researcher will be in charge of the new firmware developing and test - this activity will be performed under the guidance of the “Waveboard” developers. He will also take part to the experimental characterization of the board performances in a test setup, using a detector prototype, as well as to the installation and commissioning of a first set of boards in the NA64 setup at CERN.
Candidates are required to hold a master degree / PhD in experimental particle physics, electronics engineering or computing engineering. Specific experience with digital electronics and FPGA programming is requested. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact Dr. Andrea Celentano, PI of the POKER project (firstname.lastname@example.org). The net salary for the position can be adjusted in the range 18k - 27k euro per year (net salary, already taking into account taxes and social security benefits), according to the experience and seniority of the candidate. A 4.2 keuro relocation benefit per year is also given to candidates who did not get their PhD in Genova.
|Italy||Telethon Foundation - naples||Auto-SELECT - Dissect cargo selectivity in autophagy||Carmine Settembre||Website|
|post-doc (cell biology) selective autophagy regulation and fuunction|
phd student (cell biology) selective autophagy regulation and function
|Italy||Italian Institute of Technology - Rome||ASTRA - ASsembly and phase Transitions of Ribonucleoprotein Aggregates in neurons: from physiology to pathology.||Giancarlo Ruocco||Contact||PhD in Physics - Experience in optics, microscopy and/or spectroscopy|
|Italy||University of Rome - Tor Vergata - Rome||BHIANCA - Black Hole Interactions and Neutron star Collisions Across the universe||Eleonora Troja||Contact||Observational astrophysics - The student will work in the nascent field of time-domain multi-messenger astronomy. Several openings will be available to characterize the bright electromagnetic emission coming from neutron star mergers, to combine it with the gravitational wave data, and use it to gain new probes of the behavior of dense matter.|
|Italy||Superior School Sant'Anna - Pontedera (Pisa)||CELLOIDS - Cell-inspired particle-based intelligent microrobots||Stefano Palagi||Website|
|POSTDOC IN ACTIVE MATTER FOR BIOINSPIRED MICROROBOTICS - We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with a background in physics to investigate the emergence of collective behaviours in active particles systems and their exploitation for the generation of spontaneous movement of bioinspired microrobots.|
The position is for one year (with possibility of extension), ideally starting from May, and fully funded within the framework of the ERC project CELLOIDS.
Deadline for application: April 1st, 2022, 12:00
|Italy||University of Venice - Venice||DiGe - Ethnobotany of divided generations in the context of centralization||Renata Soukand||Website|
|Compiling the databases on plant use based on a) regional literature b) popular medical books published during Soviet years - Available are two positions: |
1) to create the database on the plant uses recorded in historical books published in Polish, Russian, Belarussian (and Lithuanian) - knowledge of those languages is required (except for Lithuanian)
2) to create a database of plant medicinal uses reflected in selected popular herbals published in Russian between 1945-1991
Job is part-time, can be conducted in any place, under the remote supervision of the responsible researcher. Master degree preferred; basic knowledge of ethnobotany is a plus.
For more information see: https://apps.unive.it/common2/file/download/avvisi_selezione_personale/62298a5446e20
Deadline: 12:00 Italian time 21/03/2022
|Italy||University of Pisa - Pisa||ASYMOW - Power to the LHC data: an ASYmptotically MOdel-independent measurement of the W boson mass||Lorenzo Bianchini||Website|
|PhD in Physics needed - 3-years long postdoctoral position with teaching duties (60 hours per academic year)|
|Italy||University of Turin - Turin||KARMA - From the understanding of KRAS-RAF membrane dynamics to new therapeutic strategies in cancer||Chiara Ambrogio||Website|
|Bioinformatician - We´re looking for a bioinformatician (PhD level) with specific expertise in molecular biology, ideally with experience in cancer biology. Good knowledge of English written and spoken is required.|
|Italy||Polytechnic University of Turin - Turin||PRE-ECO - A new paradigm to re-engineering printed composites||Alfonso Pagani||Website|
|Postdoc with experience on solid mechanics and finite element method. Preferred skills: composite mechanics, vibration, coding capabilities. - PRE-ECO is for an exploratory study into a new approach to the problem of design, manufacturing and analysis of printed composite materials.|
The postdoc will join the ERC team and will develop advanced numerical solutions for the reliability-based design and analysis of composite laminates with intricate spatially varying microstructure.
The host research group is the MUL2, based at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of Politecnico di Torino.
We propose a 1-year contract (possibly to be extended for an additional year), a spot in our offices, all the needed software and hardware tools to carry out research, a fruitful environment and a full support for Visa and relocation.
|Italy||Normal Superior School of Pisa - Pisa||GEMS - General Embedding Models for Spectroscopy||Chiara Cappelli||Website|
|Computational Chemist/Physicist - Applications of computational chemists/physicists are welcome (at any career stage). The research project will involve multiscale QM/MM approaches for the study of molecular systems and materials.|
|Italy||University of Pavia - pavia||SYNBIO.ECM - SYNBIO.ECM: Designer extracellular matrices to program healthy and diseased cardiac morphogenesis||Francesco Pasqualini||Website|
|experienced researchers in microscopy, mechanobiology, microfabrication, development, extracellular matrix, hiPSC, or spatial transcriptomics - This is a broad search for people that have previous experience in one of the following:|
- building microscopes, especially light-sheet microscopes (e.g., oblique illumination)
- mechanobiology, especially in-vitro (e.g, using traction force microscopy)
- microfabrication, especially in the context of hydrogel photo-fabrication
- development, especially in-vitro or cardiac (e.g, organoids or zebrafish)
- extracellular matrix, especially in the context of heart development or in complex in-vitro systems (e.g., cell editable hyaluronic acid)
- hiPSC, especially in the context of the cardiovascular system (e.g., hiPSC-derived endothelial cells)
- transcriptomic, especially in the context of spatial technologies (e.g., 10x visium)
|Italy||Sapienza University of Rome - Rome||eHonesty - Embodied Honesty in Real World and Digital Interactions||Salvatore Maria Aglioti||Website|
|PhDs with experience in social neuroscience and behavioural neurology, statistics and computer graphics or computer programming - Creation of experimental protocols for investigating: i) social decision making, lie and deception in immersive virtual environments; ii) interoception beyond the heard (e.g. respiratory and gastro-intestinal interoception)|
|Italy||University of Padua - Padova||SYNPHOCAT - Synthetic Bimodal Photoredox Catalysis: Unlocking New Sustainable Light-Driven Reactivity||Luca Dell'Amico||Website|
|Synthesis, Catalysis and Photochemistry - Desing, synthesis and application of novel purely organic photocatalysts|
|Italy||FIRC - Institute of Molecular Oncology - Milan||TeloRNAging - The role of damage-induced non coding RNA in the control of DNA damage response activation at telomeres in aging||Fabrizio D'Adda Di Fagagna||Website|
|Staff Scientist-Maternity Leave (approximately 1 year)-Fabrizio d’Adda Group: https://www.ifom.eu/en/cancer-research/research-labs/research-lab-daddadifagagna.php - Profile Description & Required Skills:|
We are seeking a motivated individual willing to support ongoing research aiming at characterizing the impact of DDR modulation in cells and in vivo in animal models. The ideal candidate must also have ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks, an excellent organization skill, and the attitude to work with high accuracy and reliability. The candidate should have
expertise in cell culture and assays with primary and immortal cell lines, including cell line maintenance, cells transfections and viral infections.
experience with DNA, RNA and protein extraction and good understanding and technical proficiency of standard molecular biology assays, including PCR and RT-qPCR, immunoblotting, immunostaining and image analysis
ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks
demonstrated excellent organizational skill and an attitude to work with high accuracy and reliability, including meeting tight deadlines
The lab is focused on DNA damage response (DDR), aging processes and the role of the RNA in DDR. We have discovered and characterized a novel class of non-coding RNA generated at sites of DNA damage and involved in DNA damage signalling and repair (Francia et al, Nature, 2012; Michelini et al Nature Cell Biology 2017; D’Alessandro et al. Nature Communications 2018, Pessina et al. Nature Cell Biology, 2019), including at telomeres (Rossiello et al. Nature Communications 2017 and Sepe et al. EMBO Reports, 2022). The candidate will work in a stimulating multicultural research environment and he/she must be friendly, collaborative, and very prone to work in a harmonious team.
|Italy||University of Milan - Milan||FermiMath - The Mathematics of Interacting Fermions||Niels Benedikter||Website|
|Mathematical Physicist - Mathematicians with a background in functional analysis and interest in quantum theory, or theoretical physicists with strong mathematical background|
|Italy||University of Rome - Tor Vergata - Rome||Smart-TURB - A Physics-Informed Machine-Learning Platform for Smart Lagrangian Harness and Control of TURBulence||Luca Biferale||Website|
|expert of Machine Learning applications and/or Computational Fluid Mechanic - Numerical research on applications of Machine Learning and Reinforcement Learning for Data Assimilations, Optimal Navigations, sub-grid modeling of complex flows, turbulence, both Eulerian and Lagrangian|
|Italy||Bocconi University Milan - Milan||FGC - Fine-Grained Cryptography||Alon Rosen||Contact||PhD in Computer Science - Research in fine-grained hardness in relation to cryptographic constructions, foundations of cryptography|
|Italy||University of Bologna - Bologna||GENPOP - Genes, genealogies and the evolution of demographic change and social inequality||Nicola Barban||Website|
|demography, statistics -|
|Italy||University of Milan - Milan||PROTEUS - Paradoxes and Metaphors of Time in Early Universe(s)||Silvia De Bianchi||Website|
|Postdoc in Philosophy of Physics - Two Postdoc positions in Philosophy of Physics are available (English version of the post is available under the Italian one):|
|Italy||Polytechnic University of Milan - Milan||B3YOND - Beyond nanofabrication via nanoscale phase engineering of matter||Edoardo Albisetti||Website|
|Master's degree or equivalent Physics, Physics Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Material Science or any related disciplines to the project topics. - The goal of the project is to develop a new approach to nanofabrication, “phase-nanoengineering”, based on directly crafting at the nanoscale the physical properties of thin-film materials, by using the recently developed thermally assisted scanning probe lithography (t-SPL) technique for producing highly localized and tunable thermally-induced phase changes.|
Specifically, the main research topic related to nanomagnetism and spintronics, aims to use the innovative technique tam-SPL (thermally assisted magnetic Scanning Probe Lithography) to control the generation and propagation of spin waves and topological quasi-particles in magnetic materials. In the field of nanoelectronic and quantum materials, the goal is to realize and study a new class of artificial nanomaterials and functional devices with unprecedented electronic transport properties, which arise from the proximity and coexistence of different structural and electronic phases, tailored at the nanoscale.
|Italy||Polytechnic University of Turin - Turin||ANFIBIO - Amplification free Identification of Cancer and Viral Biomarkers via Plasmonic Nanoparticles and Liquid Biopsy||Laura Fabris||Website|
|Materials Engineering/Chemical Engineering/Electrical Engineering Postdoc - A postdoc position is offered for the implementation of an automated system for the high throughput synthesis of anisotropic plasmonic nanoparticles. Knowledge in liquid handling devices, Python and Matlab programming, and the ability to modify these systems ad hoc are necessary. Knowledge in nanoparticle synthesis and machine learning a plus.|
|Italy||University of Bologna - Bologna, Ravenna||IMPACT HAU - The Hau of Finance: Impact Investing and the Globalization of Social and Environmental Sustainability||Marc Brightman||Website|
|https://bandi.unibo.it/ricerca/assegni-ricerca?id_bando=64941 - The fellow will be responsible for designing, conducting and publishing the results of a survey across the work packages of the project.|
|Italy||University of Padua - Padua||MetEpiStem - Dissecting the crosstalk between metabolism and transcriptional regulation in pluripotent stem cells.||Graziano Martello||Website|
|Early stage researcher - The aim of the study is understanding how some specific metabolites affects the proliferation and survival of pluripotent stem cells, utilizing biochemical analyses, genetic and chemical perturbations of some enzymes and assays of cell biology.|
|Italy||Sapienza University of Rome - Roma||AMDROMA - Algorithmic and Mechanism Design Research in Online Markets||Stefano Leonardi||Website|
|The candidate should preferably hold a PhD in one of the following areas: Theory of Approximation and Online Algorithms, Algorithmic Game Theory, Online Learning, Probability and Computing, Algorithmic Data Analysis. - The postdoc will collaborate with the Research Group of the AMDROMA project and with the Algorithms and Data Science Research group led by Stefano Leonardi|
|Italy||University of Bologna - Ravenna||IMPACT HAU - The Hau of Finance: Impact Investing and the Globalization of Social and Environmental Sustainability||Marc Brightman||Website|
|https://bandi.unibo.it/ricerca/assegni-ricerca?id_bando=64940 - The fellow will be responsible for communicating project outcomes to a wide audience of academics, policymakers, industry and the general public using social media.|
|Italy||University of Parma - Parma||PREDICT-CARE - Developing tools for the PREDICTion, at individual level, of the CArdiometabolic REsponse to the consumption of dietary (poly)phenols||Pedro Mena||Website|
|Postdocs or research technicians with experience in LC-MS, predictive modelling (big data, machine learning and data mining), or databases and software engineering. - Three positions may be available:|
1) Postdoc or research technician with experience in targeted or untargeted LC-MS analyses in the food/nutrition field.
2) A biostatistician with expertise in predictive modelling (big data analysis, machine learning and data mining) using metabolomics, genotypic and microbiological data.
3) A computer scientist with expertise in developing predictive algorithm, databases (DBMS), and software engineering.
|Italy||University of Bologna - Cesena||IDENTITIES - Managing Identities in Diverse Societies: A Developmental Intergroup Perspective with Adolescents||Elisabetta Crocetti||Website|
|Italy||Polytechnic University of Milan - Milan||LASER OPTIMAL - Laser Ablation: SElectivity and monitoRing for OPTImal tuMor removAL||Paola Saccomandi||Website|
|Visiting PhD student/Postdoc/researcher - The group of measurement for biomedical applications (LAMBDA Lab) offers up to 6-months support for a visiting PhD student/Postdoc/researcher in the following areas: |
fiber optic sensors for biomedical applications, diagnostic imaging, thermometry for biomedical applications, development of laser and light-based approaches for hyperthermal minimally invasive treatment and monitoring, nanoparticles-mediated photothermal therapy, patient-specific computational models.
The visiting researchers will find a collaborative and welcoming environment in our research group and lab.
|Italy||University of Bologna - Bologna||POPCLIMA - Population Dynamics under Global Climate Change||Raya Muttarak||Contact||We are looking for three Postdoctoral Researchers to join the research project “Population Dynamics under Global Climate Change”, Acronym POPCLIMA. The project is funded by the European Research Council (ERC), with Raya Muttarak as the principal investigator. More information is available at https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101002973. |
POPCLIMA offers three 12-month postdoc positions (with the possibility to be renewed up to 36 months) at the Department of Statistical Sciences, University of Bologna.
The candidate is expected to have:
a PhD (or close to completion) in demography, statistics, economics, sociology, data science or other related field(s) coupled with interest in the topic of population and climate change.
Proven competence in statistics/econometrics; experience with relevant statistical packages e.g., R, STATA and/or Python
The deadline for application is 8th April 2022 at 23:59 (CET).
For further information, please check the following link: https://bandi.unibo.it/ricerca/assegni-ricerca?id_bando=65097
|Italy||Polytechnic University of Turin - Turin||321 - from Cubic To Linear complexity in computational electromagnetics||Francesco Andriulli||Contact||Postdoctoral Fellow in Computational Science/Computational Physics/Computational electromagnetics - We look for candidates with a background in computional science but candidates with profiles in applied informatics or in numerical analysis with some computational experience should also consider applying. The project will focus on fast solvers, preconditioning strategies and modelling in complex scenarios. Please contact the PI for further information|
|Italy||San Raffaele Scientific Institute - Milano||ImmunoStem - Dissecting and Overcoming Innate Immune Barriers for Therapeutically Efficient Hematopoietic Stem Cell Gene Engineering||Anna Kajaste-Rudnitski||Website|
|Postdoc/Visiting Scientist - The “Retrovirus-Host Interactions and Innate Immunity to Gene Transfer” Lab (@KajasteLab on Twitter), led by Anna Kajaste-Rudnitski, at the San Raffaele Telethon Institute for Gene Therapy (SR-TIGET), Milan, Italy has the possibility to host a Postdoctoral researcher from Ukraine with experience in innate immunity, virology (HIV) and/or hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy to work on the ERC-funded ImmunoStem project. The goal is to elucidate the principles governing innate immune sensing, pathogen recognition and restriction in human hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells upon their ex vivo gene engineering for the development of innovative cell and gene therapy strategies and to fight infectious and autoimmune diseases. We combine molecular virology approaches with state-of-the-art NGS technology and proteomics in the highly relevant context of human hematopoietic stem cells, in vitro and in vivo.|
The candidate must hold a PhD Degree in Biological Sciences, Biotechnology or related disciplines with skills in one or more of the following: molecular and cellular biology, virology, gene therapy, primary human cell culture and manipulation. Experience in NGS data analysis and/or animal handling is a significant plus. Proficient English, independent working capacity, excellent organizational skills and team spirit are required. The successful candidate will be offered a contract until the end of the project (February 2024) with possible extension thereafter and a competitive salary, negotiated depending on experience.
As part of the SR-TIGET, a world-leading Institute in the fields of gene and cell therapy for the treatment of human genetic diseases, we benefit from a highly competitive, international and scientifically stimulating environment and offer excellent working conditions, state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructures (Next-Generation Sequencing, Cell Sorting and Imaging, Animal Facilities), and access to clinically relevant human samples.
Interested candidates should submit their application with a detailed CV, a cover letter, and names of 1-2 references to Anna Kajaste-Rudnitski, email@example.com
Piras F and Kajaste-Rudnitski A*. Antiviral immunity and nucleic acid sensing in haematopoietic stem cell gene engineering. Gene Ther. 2020 Jul 13:1-13.
Petrillo C, Thorne LG, Unali G, Schiroli G, Giordano AMS, Piras F, Cuccovillo I, Petit SJ, Ahsan F, Noursadeghi M, Clare S, Genovese P, Gentner B, Naldini L, Towers GJ, Kajaste-Rudnitski A*. Cyclosporine H Overcomes Innate Immune Restrictions to Improve Lentiviral Transduction and Gene Editing In Human Hematopoietic Stem Cells. Cell Stem Cell. 2018 Oct 24. pii: S1934-5909(18)30489-2.
Piras F, Riba M, Petrillo C, Lazarevic D, Cuccovillo I, Bartolaccini S, Stupka E, Gentner B, Cittaro D, Naldini L, Kajaste-Rudnitski A*. Lentiviral vectors escape innate sensing but trigger p53 in human hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells. EMBO Mol Med. 2017 Sep;9(9):1198-1211.
Petrillo C, Cesana D, Piras F, Bartolaccini S, Naldini L, Montini E, Kajaste-Rudnitski A*. Cyclosporin A and rapamycin relieve distinct lentiviral restriction blocks in hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells. Mol Ther. 2015 Feb;23(2):352-62.
|Italy||Luiss University - Roma||ISEProD - Industrial Structure and the European Productivity Growth Divergence||Fabiano Schivardi||Website|
|The last two decades have witnessed substantial progress in the measurement of productivity. However, our understanding of the deep determinants of productivity growth is still limited. This is important in the face of both the global productivity slowdown emerged since mid 2000s and the large productivity growth divide in Continental Europe between the North and the South. I hypothesize that ownership, control and finance (in short \virgo industrial structure'', IS) play a key role and that their importance, due to technological change, has grown over time. I plan to merge insights and state-of-the-art techniques from industrial organization and corporate finance to assess the causes and consequences of different ISs. Methodologically, I will use a combination of unique data sources (credit register, matched employer-employee data, firm input-output relationships), quasi-experimental design (changes in the banking regulation, executives mortality shocks in local labor markets) as well as structural techniques (selection models and Bayesian learning models) to address the fundamental identification issues that plague the literature. I also plan a major data collection effort in four European countries to study succession in family firms.|
The project will pursue four specific objectives in four deeply integrated work packages: a) The role of firm ownership and control on skill acquisition and risk taking; b) Skills supply: the effects of the education of entrepreneurs and managers; c) Industrial structure, input/outut relationships and IT adoption; d) Access to finance with asymmetric information and imperfectly competitive financial markets. The ambition is to generate a discontinuous change in our understanding of the relationship between corporate governance/finance and productivity growth. On the way, I expect to contribute to the key debate for the future of the European Union on the diverging productivity performance of European economies.
|Italy||National Research Council (CNR) - Italy - Agrate Brianza (close to Milan)||XMem - All-around encapsulated Xene membranes for integration in transistors||Alessandro Molle||Website|
|Physicist, Materials Scientist - Molecular beam epitaxy of silicene and Xenes; in situ and ex situ characterization with optical spectroscopes; patterning of two-dimensional materials with photolithographic tool (12 -18 month)|
|Italy||Polytechnic University of Milan - Milano||PAIDEIA - PlAsmon InduceD hot Electron extraction with doped semiconductors for Infrared solAr energy||Francesco Scotognella||Website|
|Italy||University of Genoa - Genoa||RIDING - Physics informed algorithms for sensing and navigating turbulent environments||Agnese Seminara||Website|
|Fluid dynamics, theory and numerics. - We are looking for a physicist with a strong background in fluid dynamics, particularly turbulence, to work on the problem of navigation by living organisms. We will combine numerical and theoretical approaches to first describe the chemical and mechanical cues animals may use to localise a prey. We will study the fluid dynamics of odor transport and the hydrodynamic interactions that cause the wake behind a moving prey. We will then develop machine learning algorithms for both predictions and for navigation. The theory will serve as a basis to design behavioral experiments in fish in collaboration with the Bellono Lab at Harvard.|
|Italy||Italian Institute of Technology - Genova||Natural BionicS - Natural Integration of Bionic Limbs via Spinal Interfacing||Antonio Bicchi||Website|
|A student in engineering or physics interested in human-robot integration (Natural Bionics) -|
|Italy||University of Venice - Venice||REGINDEX - Compressed Indexes for Regular Languages with Applications to Computational Pan-genomics||Nicola Prezza||Website|
|One assistant professor (3+2 years) and two postdocs (3 years) in the area of graph algorithms - I'm looking to recruit one assistant professor (3+2 years; RTD-A in Italian regulation) and several postdocs (up to 3 years each) starting as soon as September 1st, 2022 (or later) within my ERC StG project REGINDEX (https://pric.unive.it/projects/regindex). A PhD in Computer Science or Mathematics is preferred (but not strictly required) for the postdocs, while a PhD in Computer Science is required for the assistant professor. The research will take place in the scientific campus of Ca' Foscari University, Venice (https://apps.unive.it/mappe/sede/990025). The salary is competitive: about 28k net per year for the postdocs (these positions are tax-free), and 25k net per year for the assistant professor.|
The research fits into the broad area of graph algorithms. The project introduces a new technique for sorting the nodes of graphs and finite automata in order to solve efficiently hard problems including graph isomorphism, NFA equivalence, and compression (see https://epubs.siam.org/doi/pdf/10.1137/1.9781611975994.55 and https://epubs.siam.org/doi/pdf/10.1137/1.9781611976465.153 for more details). Applications include computational pan-genomics, graph databases, and regular expression matching. The ideal candidate should be skilled in at least one of the following topics: algorithms, data structures, C++ programming, formal languages, data compression, bioinformatics. Familiarity with the project's topics and techniques is not a requirement: anyone interested in the broad topics of graph algorithms and/or formal languages is welcome to apply.
If you are interested in the positions or know anyone that might be, do not hesitate to send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the PI: https://nicolaprezza.github.io/
|Italy||Human Technopole - Milan||CiliaTubulinCode - Self-organization of the cilium: the role of the tubulin code||Gaia Pigino||Website|
|The Pigino Lab works right at the interface between structural and molecular cell biology, combining the latest methodologies from the respective fileds, but always with a strong emphasis on cryo-electron microscopy, correlative light and electron microscopy, fluorescence microscopy and 3D image processing. We study the structure and function of cellular machineries with a specific focus on cilia and flagella, ubiquitous eukaryotic organelles with fundamental motility, signalling and sensing functions. Our goal is to obtain mechanistic understanding of the molecular processes and machineries that are responsible for the assembly and the function of cilia. We study motile and primary cilia from unicellular model organisms such as Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and Tetrahymena thermophila, and cell lines isolated from human organs such as pancreas and kidney.|
The post-doctoral candidate will specifically focus on the investigation of how microtubule post-translational modifications (PTMs) affect the assembly and function of eukaryotic cilia. The successful candidate will approach this biological problem with techniques such as TIRF (Total Internal Reflection Fluorescent Microscopy), cell micro-manipulation, cryo-electron tomography and CLEM (Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy) (for references please consider: Stephanek and Pigino Science 2015 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27151870/; Stephanek and Pigino Methods Cell Bio 2017 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28528628/; Gadadhar et al. Science 2021 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33414192/; Nievergelt et al BiorXiv 2021 https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.03.19.436138v1 ).
The Pigino group has access to state-of-the-art equipment. The group has access to all HT Core Facilities, including the Light Imaging Facility and Cryo-Electron Microscopy Facility. The candidate will have access to a Zeiss LSM980 (confocal with Airyscan2), Zeiss LSM980-NLO (confocal and multiphoton with Airyscan2), Zeiss Elyra7 (lattice structured illumination), Nikon Ti2 with Crest spinning disk and TIRF equipped with 4 cameras, a FRAP modules, and 2 micromanipulators. The successful candidate will also be trained and become independent in using the equipment present in the Cryo-Electron Microscopy Facility ( https://humantechnopole.it/en/facilities/cryo-electron-microscopy-facility/ ), such as the Leica Thunder and Stellaris for cryo-CLEM, the Thermo Scientific 300keV Titan Krios, 200keV Glacios, 120keV Talos, cryo-SEM-FIB-milling Aquilos-2, and a 300keV room temperature STEM Spectra.
The successful candidate will report directly to Dr. Gaia Pigino and will work in close collaboration with members of her team.
- The Post-doctoral fellow will:
• Investigate the role of tubulin posttranslational modifications (tubulin-PTMs) in cilia assembly and function.
• Implement or develop methodologies and techniques to achieve the research goals.
• Present scientific work at seminars within the Human Technopole and at international meetings.
• Generate reliable data for publication and record all data and results in specified forms (paper and electronic).
• Assist in the training of PhD students and contribute to the smooth running of the lab.
• Contribute to the writing of project related scientific manuscripts.
• A PhD in fileds related to Biology, Biophysics, Physics, or similar.
• Advanced level of experience in the usage of light microscopes with particular focus on fluorescent microscopy techniques is required.
• Previous experience in the usage of micromanipulators is a plus.
• Previous experience in cryo-electron tomography and CLEM techniques is a plus.
• Previous experience in handling cells in culture and organelles is a plus.
• Fluency in English is required - HT is an international research institute.
• Ability to write research and review articles and prepare and present data and results to a scientific audience.
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team.
• Ability to work in a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.
• Ability to manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment and to work independently.
• Ability to build trust through operating with transparency and creating an open and positive environment.
|Lithuania||Vilnius University - Vilnius||EpiTrack - Single-cell temporal tracking of epigenetic DNA marks||Saulius Klimašauskas||Website|
|Bioinformatics, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, genomics. - ERC grant support available up to the expiration date of 2023/02/28.|
|Luxembourg||University of Luxembourg - Esch-sur-Alzette||ExpoBiome - Deciphering the impact of exposures from the gut microbiome-derived molecular complex in human health and disease||Paul Wilmes||Contact||Doctoral candidate (Ph.D. student) focusing on the function of the human microbiome in chronic diseases - The human gut microbiome is a complex ecosystem which contributes essential functions to human physiology. Changes to the microbiome are associated with several chronic diseases characterised by inflammatory signatures which include autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases. The gut is a reservoir for extensive microbial “dark matter” in the form of soluble nucleic acids, (poly-)peptides and metabolites with bioactive properties. These molecules have so far eluded in-depth study. This gap in knowledge is limiting our understanding of the role of the human microbiome in governing human physiology and how changes to the gut microbiome impact inflammation-linked chronic diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and Parkinson’s disease (PD). As part of the ERC-funded ExpoBiome project, a gut microbiome-targeted therapeutic intervention, i.e. fasting, is being performed together with leading clinical partners in Berlin (Germany) and Kassel (Germany). Based on systematically collected samples, the aim is to identify and track common and disease-specific molecular signatures to predict the outcome of the therapeutic fasting regimen. Molecules which are associated with a reduction in inflammatory markers will be further investigated for their anti-inflammatory properties including using our unique human-microbial co-culture system called HuMiX. In summary, the project will yield functional insights into the effect of gut microbiome-derived molecules on clinical manifestations and will provide pointers towards key microbiome-derived molecules to control inflammatory conditions in the future.|
You will identify and track common and disease-specific molecular signatures to predict the outcome of a gut microbiome-targeted therapeutic intervention, i.e. fasting, on inflammation-driven symptoms in PD and RA. Based on the generated data, you will identify and validate microbiome-derived effector molecules which downregulate pro-inflammatory innate and adaptive immune pathways. Your work will identify novel microbiome-derived molecules and targeted pathways to control inflammatory conditions in the future.
|Luxembourg||University of Luxembourg - Luxembourg||UpTEMPO - Ultrafast tunneling microscopy by optical field control of quantum currents||Daniele Brida||Website|
|PhD student or Postdoc - Setup on an advanced technique for nanoscale microscopy driven by ultrashort laser pulses.|
|Netherlands||CWI - Amsterdam||ASC-Q - Algorithms, Security and Complexity for Quantum Computers||Stacey Jeffery||Website|
|PhD in Quantum Algorithms and Theoretical Computer Science - QuSoft and CWI invite you to apply for a PhD in quantum algorithms and theoretical computer science. The ideal candidate has a background in the theory of quantum computing with a strong foundation in theoretical computer science and/or mathematics (Masters required).|
This position is supervised by Stacey Jeffery (CWI). You will be employed by CWI, Amsterdam, in the Algorithms & Complexity group, and embedded in QuSoft, a vibrant and multidisciplinary research institute hosted by CWI.
For more information, and to apply, go to: https://www.cwi.nl/jobs/vacancies/914412
Applications will be considered until the position has been filled.
|Netherlands||University Medical Center Utrecht - Utrecht||VOLUME-BIO - Volumetric light-driven bioprinting capturing complex physiological shape, size and function in artificial tissues and organoids||Riccardo Levato||Contact||any of the following: photonics, bioprinting, additive manufacturing, tissue engineering, tissue culture, synthetic biology, optogenetics, mechanobiology, organoid biology -|
|Netherlands||Netherlands Cancer Institute - Amsterdam||SENCAN - Senescence therapy for cancer||Rene Bernards||Contact||experience in molecular cancer research -|
|Netherlands||University of Amsterdam - Amsterdam||FORMKIN - The formal demography of kinship and family||Hal Caswell||Website|
|Postdoctoral Research positions in the Demography of Kinship - Two Postdoctoral Research positions in the Demography of Kinship available at the University of Amsterdam. |
Hal Caswell’s research group is seeking to fill two postdoctoral research positions in kinship demography. The positions are part of the ERC-funded program Formal Demography of Kinship and Family (FORMKIN). A recent series of papers has presented a new theory for the formal demography of kinship networks. (See: Demographic Research 41:679, 42: 1097, 45:51 and bioRxiv). These postdoctoral positions will apply this new theory to empirical data, in order to address important demographic and/or population biological questions. Of particular interest are: within and between country comparisons, historical developments, and connections to socioeconomic and health factors.
We are also interested in biodemographic applications to animal populations in relation to life histories, social behavior, or kin selection.
What will you be doing?
You are expected to:
• be active in the FORMKIN project, including carrying out research, publishing in scientific journals, and presenting results at conferences;
• participate in Theoretical and Computational Ecology department activities;
• be open to collaborations and interactions with researchers in the social and biological sciences, here and at other institutes.
What do we require of you?
• A PhD in demography, population biology, or a related field.
• Scientific expertise in population models (especially matrix population models) and data analysis.
• The ability and willingness to use or learn computational tools including Matlab and LaTeX.
• The ability and willingness to operate comfortably on the interface of theory and data, in an interdisciplinary environment.
Closing date for applications: 29 March 2022
Questions: contact Hal Caswell at email@example.com
For more information and application instructions, see
|Netherlands||CWI - Amsterdam||ASC-Q - Algorithms, Security and Complexity for Quantum Computers||Stacey Jeffery||Website|
|PhD in Quantum Algorithms and Theoretical Computer Science - QuSoft and CWI invite you to apply for a PhD in quantum algorithms and theoretical computer science. The ideal candidate has a background in the theory of quantum computing with a strong foundation in theoretical computer science and/or mathematics (Masters degree required).|
This position is supervised by Stacey Jeffery (CWI). You will be employed by CWI, in the Algorithms & Complexity group, and embedded in QuSoft, a vibrant and multidisciplinary research institute hosted by CWI.
|Netherlands||Delft University of Technology - Delft||EnTER - Enhanced Mass Transport in Electrochemical Systems for Renewable Fuels and Clean Water||David Vermaas||Website|
|Electrochemical system design engineer (Postdoc/post-MSc/technician) - The research field of electrochemical conversion – including batteries and (CO2) electrolysis – has rapidly developed in the past decade. As upscaling of electrochemical cells becomes reality, we’re looking for an electrochemical engineer that can develop electrochemical flow cells for both lab-scale and large scale (kW-powered) devices. Your job is to design new cell geometries, provide feedback and support to research setups, and actively steer the development of upscaling of electrochemical prototypes. You will contribute, together with researchers, to innovating at the forefront of developing CO2 capture, CO2 electrolysis, flow batteries and water electrolysis. |
As an electrochemical engineer, you will work both in designing and improving small scale setups (in collaboration with PhD and postdoc researchers, demonstrating novel concepts) and designing large scale setups for CO2 electrolysis. You will bring experience from mature related fields (fuel cells, batteries, water technology, etc.) to the table for innovating the designs of new technologies. By engineering electrochemical cells and technologies, you’re both facilitating the scientific research and improving novel (low-TRL) technologies to make practical deployment effective. You’ll collaborate with industry and technology partners to manage the upscaling process. Dependent on the skills and experience, you can take a leading role in managing upscaling activities in the e-Refinery framework. To complement our current team of researchers and technicians, we’re looking for an enthusiastic, pro-active engineer with experience in electrochemical system design.
We’re looking for a candidate with:
- A MSc degree, PDEng or PhD in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, applied physics or similar
- At least one year of professional experience in designing or operating practical electrochemical systems (fuel cells, batteries, electrolyzers, etc.)
- Strong system-thinking skills: overviewing the whole system
- Knowledge of engineering and/or manufacturing
- Pro-active and creative mind-set
- Experience in project management is a plus
- Fluent in English.
If this sparks your interest and fits your profile, please send an e-mail to Dr. David Vermaas (D.A.Vermaas@tudelft.nl)
|Netherlands||Utrecht University - Utrecht||SoftML - Rational Design of Soft Hierarchical Materials with Responsive Functionalities: Machine learning Soft Matter to create Soft Machines||Marjolein Dijkstra||Website|
|PhD opening - We currently offer a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant funded opening for PhD student within the group of Prof. Marjolein Dijkstra in the Soft Condensed Matter (SCM) group of the Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science in the physics department at Utrecht University. |
The aim of this project is to study “the rational design of soft hierarchical materials with life-like functionalities using computer simulations and machine learning”. Projects will involve developing coarse-grained models of soft deformable particles (ligand-stabilised nanoparticles, microgel particles, and hydrogels) using machine learning and atomistic simulations, colloidal self-assembly using particle-based simulations, investigating nucleation and kinetic pathways of phase transformations using enhanced sampling techniques and machine learning, rational design of dynamic materials with adaptive, reconfigurable, and shape-shifting properties.
Our ideal PhD candidate is highly motivated and has:
• a Master's degree or an international equivalent in theoretical or computational physics (or a related field);
• a strong background in statistical physics, soft matter, and programming in e.g. C or C++, python, LAMPPS;
• perseverance and an independent, pro-active working style;
• the willingness to look beyond the borders of his or her own discipline and a strong motivation to work in a multidisciplinary team;
• excellent collaboration and communication skills (written and verbally) in English.
|Netherlands||Leiden University - Leiden||RECONFMATTER - From colloidal joints to reconfigurable matter||Daniela Kraft||Contact||Physicist - PhD position in experimental soft condensed matter physics working on reconfigurable colloidal model systems. Good experimental skills and creativity as well as good communication skills are expected.|
|Netherlands||Delft University of Technology - Delft||SIMPHONICS - Single-molecule acousto-photonic nanofluidics||Sabina Caneva||Website|
|PhD position on Biophysics of single-molecule nanopore scanners - https://www.tudelft.nl/over-tu-delft/werken-bij-tu-delft/vacatures/details/?nPostingId=2384&nPostingTargetId=6046&id=QEZFK026203F3VBQBLO6G68W9&LG=UK&mask=external|
|Netherlands||Utrecht University - Utrecht||Epilepsy_Core - The core and effects of epilepsy: from chronic disease to curable disorder through innovative guided surgery||Maeike Zijlmans||Contact||Research assistent - We are looking for neurology residents / students woth experience in EEG and epilepsy|
|Netherlands||Delft University of Technology - Delft||VISIoN - Virus Spread in Networks||Piet Van Mieghem||Website|
|Research on epidemics in contact networks - The project “Virus Spread in Networks” (ViSio N) is funded by ERC as an Advanced Grant 2020. ViSioN presents a Network Science view on virus spread in networks, in which the duality between the virus transmission process and the contact graph is key. The devastating Corona crisis reveals two major shortcomings in traditional epidemiology. First, it ignores the human contact graph and implicitly assumes a homogeneous population without specific graph structure. Second, most models for the virus spreading process relate to a Markovian setting, with exponential infection and curing times, leading to an exponential decay of the epidemic.|
Measurements, however, point to significantly different infection and curing time distributions. In addition,
digital technology can help in constructing the contact graph and combined with medical testing, all infected can be detected. ViSioN aims to develop the theory of non-Markovian epidemic process on networks, a surprisingly missing element today, because non-Markovian theory is needed to tell, based on the characteristic infection and curing times of the virus, how long a pandemic will last and when the peak occurs. Next, ViSioN will combine all available measurement technologies to construct the best possible contact graph via temporal networking or adaptive networking. Finally, ViSioN will explore how accurately infections can be predicted under partial information of process and contact graph.
ViSioN is organized into 5 PhD tracks which work together and complement each other. PhD students can start effectively in Delft from 1 September 2022 on.
|Netherlands||Maastricht University - Maastricht||Speed - Speedmeter: Quantum back-action noise-free interferometry for improving the science capabilities of future gravitational wave observatories||Stefan Hild||Website|
|Quantum Optics, Laser Physics, Interferometry, Instrumentation for gravitational wave detection -|
|Netherlands||Delft University of Technology - Delft||CRITICAL - When Flows Turn Turbulent in the Supercritical Fluid Region||Rene Pecnik||Website|
|PhD position: High Performance Computing in Fluid Mechanics - To boost efficiency and productivity of engineering processes, fluids are more often pushed into the supercritical region, where highly non-ideal thermodynamic effects are at play. Yet, our fundamental understanding of flow physics at such conditions lags behind to successfully realize more powerful engineering applications. |
In this project, funded by the Europen Research Council, we will (1) elucidate laminar-turbulent transition; (2) unravel compressible effects on turbulence; and (3) unveil turbulence radiation interactions, ranging from the critical point of a fluid to conditions far into the supercritical region.
In this particular PhD project, we will focus on how the interaction of radiation and temperature fields impacts turbulent heat transfer in supercritical fluids. For this purpose, you will develop highly-efficient numerical simulations developed for GPU accelerated large-scale computing facilities. The aim is to develop a computer program that executes the DNS code on CPUs to solve the Navier-Stokes equations, while the Monte Carlo method for the radiative transfer equation will be asynchronously executed on the graphical processing units (GPUs). The obtained data from these simulations will then be used to develop a better understanding of turbulent radiation interactions in optically participating fluids.
|Netherlands||Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam - Rotterdam||RADIOBIO - Deciphering the radiobiology of targeted radionuclide therapy: from subcellular to intra-tumoural analyses||Julie Nonnekens||Website|
|MSc degree in Biomedical Science, Molecular/Cellular Biology, Oncology, or related field - The Nonnekens lab is recruiting 2 PhD students working on the radiobiology of radionuclide therapy. In this preclinical research project, in vitro and in vivo experiments will be performed to identify and quantify specific radiobiological mechanisms of radionuclide therapy-radiation effects. Project 1 will focus on (intra)cellular behavior and techniques will include cell culture, molecular biology, (live cell) fluorescent microscopy and/or (deep learning) image processing. Project 2 includes experimental animal work and will focus on intratumoral behavior and techniques will include intravital microscopy, nuclear imaging, immunohistochemistry, molecular biology and/or (deep learning) image processing. Together, the projects will generate 2D and 3D radiobiological data that will be implemented in newly developed dosimetric models. Please check out the full vacancy on https://www.werkenbijerasmusmc.nl/en/vacancy/65921/phd-student-radiation-biology-radioactive-anticancer-treatments-08.03.22.tbw.|
|Netherlands||Delft University of Technology - Delft||AlgaeLeaf - Light-responsive microalgal living materials||Marie-Eve Aubin-Tam||Website|
|Nature fabricates materials with remarkable properties, having the ability to grow, move and sense their environment. Such dynamic and interactive materials are in strong contrast with man-made synthetic materials. Recent scientific interest has emerged to incorporate living cells into materials to form engineered living materials, using most often muscle cells or bacteria. While underexplored, microalgae-based living materials are highly promising due to the light-driven movement of microalgae. |
The aim of this project is to fabricate the first light-responsive microalgae-based materials that use the light-driven motion of cells for dynamic and reversible control over the 3D organisation and shape of the living material.
The PhD student will devise fabrication approaches for porous hydrogels, which can host motile microalgae cells. He/she will also study how the material properties are locally affected by the presence and response of living cells.
Qualified candidates have a Master in either engineering, material science, physics, chemistry, or a related field. Successful candidates are motivated by a deep scientific curiosity, have excellent experimental and quantitative skills and possess a drive to learn and to develop new methods and concepts.
To apply for this position, please send a CV, a letter of interest and names of references to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Netherlands||Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam - Rotterdam||BUBBLE CURE - Targeted microbubble vibrations to accurately diagnose and treat cardiac device-related bacterial biofilm infections||Klazina Kooiman||Website|
|Post-doctoral Researcher in Ultrasound Molecular Imaging of biofilm infections with targeted microbubbles - We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher (1 year with possible extension to 2.5 years, full-time) in |
ultrasound imaging to develop ultrasound molecular imaging of bacterial biofilm infections on cardiac devices. Cardiac device infections such as on pacemakers, prosthetic valves, and left ventricular assist devices have high mortality rates. Accurate diagnosis of these infections at an early stage is critical because a delay in diagnosis is associated with increased mortality. Ultrasound imaging is currently the primary diagnostic modality. However, it lacks specificity and sensitivity because the signal from the bacteria is similar to the signal of healthy tissue or the cardiac device, thus making accurate diagnosis challenging. Targeted ultrasound contrast agents, i.e. targeted microbubbles, can specifically bind to the bacterial biofilms, making ultrasound molecular imaging possible so the infection can be detected using transthoracic echocardiography with high specificity and sensitivity.
You will be responsible for developing and evaluating ultrasound pulsing schemes to detect the targeted microbubbles in vitro, ex vivo on patient material, and preclinically in vivo. For this, you will closely collaborate with researchers investigating targeted microbubbles for therapy, and in consultation with experts from the Dept. of Cardiology and Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. Supervision of students is expected from you.
The BUBBLE CURE project will result in a novel multidisciplinary technology that allows accurate diagnosis and treatment of cardiac device-related bacterial biofilm infections. The project is part of a research line in translational biomedical research, made possible by a personal grant from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 805308) to the principal investigator Dr. K. Kooiman. By combining targeted microbubbles and ultrasound we aim to develop advanced ultrasound diagnostic and therapeutic technologies for cardiac-device related bacterial biofilm infections. The full project team comprises of six people and is embedded in Biomedical Engineering, part of the Department of Cardiology.
Your background and expertise
The candidate must be able to show expert knowledge of ultrasound pulsing schemes and ultrasound imaging. This includes demonstrated experience with open research scanners and signal processing, preferably also on ultrasound contrast agents for (molecular) imaging. Experience with preclinical studies is highly welcome. Candidates are expected to have a PhD in a relevant field, such as ultrasound imaging or related, and preferably have experience in interdisciplinary projects. You have a can-do attitude, good publication record and scientific writing and communication skills, and are able to work autonomously. You are expected to write scientific publications and give conference presentations on the outcome of the project.
What we offer
A healthy population and excellence in healthcare through research and education. This is what Erasmus MC stands for. Conducting groundbreaking work, pushing boundaries and leading the way. In research, education, and healthcare. We are practical people with a high level of expertise, working hard to improve and renew the healthcare of today and the public health of tomorrow.
Thoraxcenter Biomedical Engineering is a group of 70 researchers performing highly innovative research in cardiovascular diagnosis and therapy. We focus on translational research in imaging with ultrasound and light, ultrasound contrast agents for molecular imaging and drug delivery, and vascular biomechanics.
The appointment is for 1 year which can be extended to a maximum of 2.5 years.
The gross monthly salary amounts a maximum of € 4615,- (scale 10), depending on your level of education and relevant experience and based on a full-time working week of 36 hours. The terms of employment are in accordance with the Collective Bargaining Agreement for University Medical Centers (CAO UMC).
How to apply?
Please email your CV/resume, motivation letter and a list of PhD/MSc/BSc courses to email@example.com
For more information
For more information about our research, please visit:
, or directly contact Assoc. Prof. Klazina Kooiman by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Netherlands||University of Amsterdam - Amsterdam||DREAM - Distributed dynamic representations for dialogue management||Raquel Fernández||Website|
|Netherlands||Netherlands Cancer Institute - Amsterdam||GoCADiSC - Genomics of Chromosome Architecture and Dynamics in Single Cells||Bas Van Steensel||Website|
|Bioinformatician / Data Manager - We are looking for a bioinformatician who will provide computational support for ongoing research projects in the lab. This usually involves close collaboration with individual wet-lab scientists. We generate innovative, complex datasets based on Illumina sequencing, aimed to understand mechanisms of gene regulation and DNA repair. Main coding languages are R and Python. Good communication skills (in English) and thorough understanding of statistics are required. Additionally, the position includes a part-time (~10-20%) function as the lab's Data Manager. The DM is responsible for developing and implementing a data management policy for the lab, and to provide basic systems administration of our high-performance computing platform.|
|Netherlands||University of Amsterdam - Amsterdam||CONSPIRATORIALMEMORY - Cultures of Suspicion in Post-Socialist Europe||Boris Noordenbos||Website|
|A PhD in the Humanities, Social Sciences, or Computational Linguistics on a topic relevant to the project.|
Demonstrable interest in issues related to cultural memory and/or conspiracy theory.
A track record in quantitative research into online media (including data collection and management, and automated content analysis).
Excellent written and spoken English, and a high-level of proficiency in/understanding of at least two of following languages: Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Polish.
Team spirit and experience working in an interdisciplinary setting. - https://vacatures.uva.nl/UvA/job/Postdoctoral-Researcher-on-Conspiratorial-Memory-Digital-Dimensions/742324502/
|Netherlands||Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON) - Groningen||STORM-CHASER - Chasing plasma storms on exoplanets||Harish Vedantham||Contact||Radio astronomy - The job will be advertised later this year on the AAS job register. It will concern radio detection of exoplanets and/or stellar mass ejections that influence the ability of exoplanets to host life. It will be be an observational project which will use data from the LOFAR radio telescope but some theoretical component can be incorporated based on the interests of the student. The student will obtain his/her PhD from the University of Groningen. For more details please contact the PI (email@example.com).|
|Netherlands||University of Twente - Enschede||MeltDyn - Understanding the melting dynamics in turbulent flows||Sander Huisman||Website|
|physics, fluid mechanics, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering - Melting, dissolving, and erosion are processes that are frequently found in nature and technology. Contrary to common believe these three processes do not always smooth the surface, but rather form structures and sometimes even sharpen the surface. This leeds to the formation of e.g. ice scallops and pinnacles, for some examples of patterning and roughening. The continuously changing shape of e.g. a melting iceberg and its interaction with the external turbulence is very complicated as it involves three boundary layers: kinetic, thermal, and solutal (due to the salt concentration). The interaction between those boundary layers is highly complex and not understood. In particular, what is the effect of the surface roughness on the melting rate? The aim is to study the interaction of these boundary layers in a controlled lab environment such as to increase our understanding of these phenomena and their relevance on e.g. the melting rate of ice of icebergs and (tidal) glaciers, all important in view of global warming and precision required in technological applications.|
|Netherlands||Tilburg University - Tilburg||TINTIN - Visual Narratives as a Window into Language and Cognition||Neil Cohn||Website|
|Research Post-doc in typology of the visual language of comics - The Visual Language Lab within the Department of Communication and Cognition of the School of Humanities and Digital Sciences, Tilburg University, invites applications for a postdoctoral position with expertise in linguistic typology and corpus analysis. The successful candidate will join a diverse and international research team with Dr. Neil Cohn on the TINTIN Project funded by the European Research Council. This postdoctoral researcher will help analyze a cross-cultural corpus of annotated comics for the linguistic structure of their visual and multimodal properties. Our aims are to examine the corpus for typological trends of the visual structures themselves, and/or in relation to the typology of spoken or signed languages. Additional information about this research topic and research team can be found at www.visuallanguagelab.com/tintin.|
Job listing: https://tiu.nu/20048
|Netherlands||Radboud University Nijmegen - Nijmegen||HHAIR - Hybrid Human-AI Regulation: Supporting Young learners’ Self-regulated Learning||Inge Molenaar||Website|
Are you a researcher with a passion for advanced machine learning techniques, data science, and Bayesian modelling and inference? Do you want to work in an interdisciplinary team, conducting research in a pleasant and open environment? As a postdoc, you will study AI technologies in relation to self-regulated learning. In this way, you generate insights in the type of hybrid support that is best suited for learning.
We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher with a background in Artificial Intelligence or a related field to work on the Hybrid Human-AI Regulation (HHAIR) project for 4 years (0.6 FTE) or 3 years (0.8 FTE) (depending on your capabilities, the position may be scaled up to 1 FTE with teaching duties).
Young learners (10-14 years) in today's society often use Adaptive Learning Technologies (ALTs) such as Gynzy, to optimise their learning experience of, for instance, mathematics and languages. However, existing ALTs take the control of the learning process away from the student. As a result, students have less opportunity to practise their self-regulated learning (SRL) skills. SRL involves students' control and monitoring of their own learning process, with metacognitive activities such as orientation, planning and evaluation.
In the Hybrid Human-AI Regulation (HHAIR) project, we gradually transfer ownership of the learning process from AI-regulated back to self-regulated learning, which we call hybrid learning. This way, young learners can benefit from an AI-assisted learning programme, while also developing their SRL skills. Depending on their SRL skills, the ALT will adapt to their developing needs. As such, HHAIR facilitates optimal learning of skills. Based on the ALTs trace data, we will determine the level of SRL a learner shows and the amount of AI guidance needed. The project is the first to explicitly combine SRL with AI-supported learning.
As a postdoctoral researcher, you will be part of the ALL team that investigates the ALTs trace data from daily usage in schools across Europe provided by the AI@EDU infrastructure. This process starts with an exploratory step (WP1). Here, we use Bayesian nonparametric modelling to characterise different types of learners and their prototypical behaviour. Subsequently, the insights from WP1 are incorporated into design studies. We use the results from the Bayesian model to predict which type of hybrid support is best suited for a student's learning (WP2). Together with our team, you will be responsible for the development and implementation of these algorithms.
- You hold a PhD degree in a relevant field, e.g. artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer science, or similar.
- You have demonstrable experience with implementing advanced machine learning techniques.
- You have affinity with Bayesian nonparametric modelling and Bayesian approximate inference.
- You have strong mathematical skills.
- You have ample experience with writing academic publications.
- You are interested in putting your skills to use in the context of self-regulated learning and education in general.
- You have the desire to work in an interdisciplinary team.
- You have an excellent command of written and spoken English.
|Norway||University of Oslo - Oslo||DynamiTE - Dynamic Territory: A Normative Framework for Territory in the Post-Holocene||Alejandra Mancilla||Website|
|Norway||University of Oslo - Oslo||BENEDICAMUS - Musical and Poetic Creativity for A Unique Moment in the Western Christian Liturgy, c.1000-1500||Catherine Bradley||Website|
|Norway||Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Trondheim||LOVE-NEST - Looking for Super-Massive Neutron Stars||Manuel Linares||Website|
|2 PhD positions. 1 Postdoctoral fellow - OPEN: PhD position in optical studies of binary millisecond pulsars|
OPEN: PhD position in modelling of irradiated binaries
OPEN: Postdoctoral research fellow in computational astrophysics
|Norway||University of Bergen - Bergen||iGLURs - A NEW VIEW - Exposing nature’s view of ligand recognition in ionotropic glutamate receptors||Timothy Lynagh||Website|
|Molecular biology and electrophysiology - There is a vacancy for a 2-year Researcher position at the Sars International Centre for Marine Molecular Biology (www.sars.no/) in the research group of Dr. Timothy Lynagh. The position is funded by an ERC starting grant and Sars Centre core funding. The Sars Centre belongs to the University of Bergen, and is a partner of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) www.embl.de/. The place of work will be at the Sars Centre. The preferred starting time is between May – July 2022.|
Work in the Lynagh group focuses on the evolution, function, and pharmacology of ligand-gated ion channels, receptors that mediate rapid communication between neurons, using molecular phylogenetics, mutagenesis, chemical biology, and electrophysiology. We are especially interested in invertebrate ion channels whose function is crucial to the evolution of the nervous system, and from which we can gain valuable biological and pharmacological insights. This researcher project aims to dissect the chemical basis by which excitatory receptors in the nervous system recognize neurotransmitters. To this end, the candidate will perform both molecular/chemical biology and electrophysiological experiments, and will actively collaborate with other team members on the overarching project.
Closing date for application: 31 March 2022. All applications via jobbnorge at https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/222183/researcher-position-evolution-of-ligand-recognition-in-neurotransmitter-receptors
|Norway||Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Trondheim||CLIMEVOLVE - Evolution and mechanisms of thermal performance – answers through artificial selection in zebrafish||Fredrik Jutfelt||Website|
|Fish physiology and fish behaviour - We study evolution of physiological function in fish. We can host fish physiologists at all levels, and potentially employ a PhD student or postdoc. Our main project is to test evolution of thermal performance in fish, how rapidly and by which mechanisms it can occur. We use wild caught zebrafish and multi-generation experiments.|
|Norway||University of Tromso - Tromsø||sCENT - Cryptophane-Enhanced Trace Gas Spectroscopy for On-Chip Methane Detection||Jana Jagerska||Website|
|analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, opto-chemical sensors, spectroscopy - The aim of this project is to develop a sensitive and selective on-chip methane sensor.|
Most sensitive gas sensors that supply data for climate and space research, including the methane sensor on NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover, have detection limits at ppb to ppt levels. This means they can detect one molecule of target gas among one billion to one trillion of other molecules. The aim of our research is to develop sensors of similar performance but of an orders of magnitude smaller footprint, realized on a photonic chip. Our projects follow two different approaches: Development of novel waveguides optimized for long pathlengths and strong interaction with the surrounding gas, and on-chip gas pre-concentration compatible with mid-infrared spectroscopic detection. This PhD position falls within the second approach:
Chemical pre-concentration of methane molecules on the chip is one key element in the project, and it will represent the main focus of the successful applicant. The research will include:
• Preparation of optically transparent enrichment films incorporating cryptophanes as methane-sensitive elements
• Deposited in the form of thin films on top of specially designed nanophotonic waveguides
• Optimization of the film composition towards high enrichment while preserving distinct spectroscopic features
• Evaluation of sensor performance for methane detection
• A more fundamental part of the project will investigate methane dynamics in cryptophane traps, in collaboration with the Department of Chemistry at UiT.
The chemically functionalized spectroscopic sensors are expected to achieve excellent selectivity and sensitivity, and will be optimized for drone-conducted identification and quantification of methane sources in the Arctic. Principal external collaboration includes ENS Lyon (France), University of Ulm (Germany), NTNU Trondheim (Norway) and Norwegian industrial partners SINTEF and NEO Monitors.
The successful candidate will work in the team with 2 postdocs and 2 other PhD students, whose expertise covers the fields of photonics, spectroscopy, and analytical chemistry. The working hours will be utilised for research, co-supervision of master and internship students, and dissemination of results in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. An overseas research stay during the appointment period will be encouraged.
Further information about the position and UiT is available by contacting Assoc. Prof. Jana Jágerská by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +47 776 45166.
Qualifications and Admission to the PhD programme
The position requires a Norwegian Master’s degree, or a corresponding foreign Master’s degree recognised as equivalent in chemical physics, analytical chemistry, or other relevant disciplines.
Other requirements include:
• Solid background in analytical or physical chemistry and molecular spectroscopy
• Prior experience in optical and/or chemical sensing, or chemical functionalization of surfaces
• Practical experience in chemical laboratory
• Excellence in studies and previous work
• Excellent command of English, both written and verbal. Interest in Norwegian language and culture is welcome.
In addition, it is an advantage that the applicant has:
• International experience and cultural awareness
• Knowledge about photonic sensors
• Knowledge of interface chemistry and organic synthesis
Emphasis is also given on personal suitability.
|Norway||University of Oslo - Oslo||DynamiTE - Dynamic Territory: A Normative Framework for Territory in the Post-Holocene||Alejandra Mancilla||Website|
|Norway||Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Trondheim||QuantumLight - Coupled cluster theory for polaritons: changing molecular properties with quantum light||Henrik Koch||Website|
|Post-doc - Development of electronic structure methods for polaritonic chemistry|
|Norway||University of Oslo - Oslo||EuroWARCHILD - Innocent Children or Security Threats? European Children Born of War||Inger Skjelsbaek||Website|
|Research Assistant in social science qualitative research methods - I need someone who can do research assistant tasks linked to the project. The person must speak English and be able to do tasks such as updating webpage, organize meetings, transcribe interviews, code data and more.|
|Poland||Institute of Mathematics (PAS) - Warsaw||INDEX - Rigidity of Groups and Higher Index Theory||Piotr Nowak||Website|
|Visiting academic research position such as Research Assistant, Visiting Professor. The position can start as soon as possible and will end 7/31/2022, the project end date. - Conducting research in theoretical mathematics within the scope of the ERC project INDEX. Topic include rigidity properties of groups such as Kazhdan's property (T) and its various versions, vanishing theorems for group cohomology with coefficients in Banach modules, computations in group rings, semidefinite programming, constructions of projections over group rings and group C*-algebras, computation of K-theory for C*-algebras, applications to index theoretic problems.|
|Poland||Poznan University of Technology - Poznan||IMMOCAP - 'If immortality unveil…'– development of the novel types of energy storage systems with excellent long-term performance||Krzysztof Fic||Website|
|Poland||University of Warsaw - Warsaw||INFSYS - Challenging Problems in Infinite-State Systems||Wojciech Czerwinski||Website|
|research in theory of computer science - At the University of Warsaw there is an active and strong group of researchers from automata theory and logic, our group is a part of this bigger community. In our project we focus on challenging problems (like reachability, language equivalence etc.) for systems with infinitely many configurations (like pushdown automata, Petri nets, automata with counters etc.). The candidate is expected to have very strong mathematical background, no background in computer science is required, but it is of course helpful. It would be great if the candidate likes working on combinatorics, as our research mainly concern discrete structures. Experience in algorithms would also help.|
|Poland||University of Warsaw - Warsaw||TUgbOAT - Towards Unification of Algorithmic Tools||Piotr Sankowski||Website|
|Algorithms, Data Structures, Learned Algorithms, Machine Learning, Online Algorithms -|
|Portugal||FCiencias.ID - Lisboa||MEDEA-CHART - The Medieval and Early Modern Nautical Chart: Birth, Evolution and Use||Joaquim Gaspar||Website|
|PhD student or Post-doc researcher - Study of medieval and early modern nautical charts|
|Portugal||University of Aveiro - Aveiro||NMR4CO2 - Unveiling CO2 chemisorption mechanisms in solid adsorbents via surface-enhanced ex(in)-situ NMR||Luís Mafra||Website|
|Candidates must hold a MSc degree in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, or related fields - Three options are available depending on the previous experience of the candidate and/or their research interests: |
PhD #1 – Synthesis and post-synthetic modification of porous adsorbent materials for CO2 capture
The candidate will deal with the synthesis and atomic characterization of adsorbents including inorganic (e.g. porous silicas) and hybrid materials (e.g. functionalized silica surfaces, Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas, MOFs) with relevance for pre- and post-combustion CO2 capture and gas separation.
PhD #2 – Synthesis and post-synthetic modification of adsorbents and catalysts for CO2 conversion
The candidate will deal with the synthesis of materials based on functionalised organic polymers for CO2 adsorption and catalytic conversion. The introduction of functional groups bearing active sorption and/or catalytic centers will be performed using different post- /synthetic approaches.
PhD #3 – Development of surface-enhanced NMR methods to study adsorbed gas species in confined spaces
The formation of chemi- and physisorbed species from gas adsorption (e.g. CO2) is a surface process, which produces intrinsically dilute species. The characterization of such species requires the use of sensitivity enhanced NMR methodologies. The candidate will design, develop, and apply NMR and MAS-DNP methodology to characterize adsorbed gas species in porous materials (silicas, periodic mesoporous organosilicas, covalent organic framework (COF), zeolites, etc.).
|Portugal||University of Aveiro - Aveiro||ELECTROCOFS - Molecular Design of Electrically Conductive Covalent Organic Frameworks as Efficient Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries||Manuel Souto||Website|
|1 post-doc with PhD in Physics or Materials Science and solid background in device fabrication and electrical measurements|
1 post-doc with PhD in Chemistry or Materials Science with solid background in electrochemistry, battery manufacture and testing -
|Portugal||Instituto Medicina Molecular - JLA Lisbon - Lisbon||arpcomplexity - Defining the role of Arp2/3 complex diversity at multiple scales of biology||Edgar Gomes||Website|
|curious people, cell biology, cytoskeleton, nucleus -|
|Portugal||NOVA U. Lisbon - Lisbon||VINCULUM - Entailing Perpetuity: Family, Power, Identity. The Social Agency of a Corporate Body (Southern Europe, 14th-17th Centuries)||Maria Rosa||Website|
|Historian - The candidate would work in the historical projects of VINCULUM. There is however a strong conditionant - the need to read medieval and early modern portuguese paleograpical writing.|
|Portugal||CIIMAR Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research - Porto||FattyCyanos - Fatty acid incorporation and modification in cyanobacterial natural products||Pedro Leao||Website|
|Protein Biochemist - Postdoctoral research fellow position. Project is related to natural products biosynthesis and enzyme discovery.|
|Slovenia||Jozef Stefan Institute - Ljubljana||LOGOS - Light-operated logic circuits from photonic soft-matter||Igor Musevic||Website|
|Physics, optics, experiments - To study light propagation, amplification and fluorescent phenomena in droplets and fibers grown from liquid crystals and other soft matter.|
|Slovenia||National Institute of Chemistry - Ljubljana||MaCChines - Molecular machines based on coiled-coil protein origami||Roman Jerala||Website|
|Synthetic biologist, molecular modeller, or biochemist - The candidate will be involved in the design, prearation and characterisation of designed proteins based on coiled-coil modules. Coiled--coil rprotein origami represents a topological type of designed proteins, distinct from natural proteins, which could be designed based on mathematical rules enabling design of new protein folds, their regulation and versatile applications. We are lookig for candidates that have skills in either computational molecular modeling, molecular biology, biophysics or structural biology.|
|Slovenia||Jozef Stefan Institute - Ljubljana||HiPeR-F - Challenging the Oxidation-State Limitations of the Periodic Table via High-Pressure Fluorine Chemistry||Matic Lozinsek||Website|
|Researchers interested in inorganic chemistry, fluorine, noble gases, crystallography, and high-pressure research, please get in touch with us.|
|Slovenia||University of Ljubljana - Ljubljana||CABUM - An investigation of the mechanisms at the interaction between cavitation bubbles and contaminants||Matevz Dular||Website|
|Engineering, biology, Fluid Dynamics - Experimental investigations of the basic mechanisms of interaction between cavitation and contaminants. The work relates to the establishment of a system for laser generation of individual bubbles, manipulation of contaminants by optical tweezers, high-speed imaging, thermography and microfluidics.|
|Slovenia||University of Ljubljana - Ljubljana||PHAGECONTROL - The evolution of host manipulation by bacteriophage.||Anna Dragos||Website|
|Ideal candidate has MSc degree in microbiology or related study program, experience with microbial interactions, DNA molecular methods, and microscopy. Experience with bacteriophage work and Bacillus subtilis will be additional assets. - PhD position – Impact of lysogeny on interbacterial interactions/ 4-years |
Position will be available from November 1st. 2022: We are seeking for motivated PhD candidate to work on interbacterial interactions and how they are impacted by temperate phages. The candidate will characterize set of lysogenic strains, construct new fluorescence-based molecular tools, design interaction assays and track the interaction outcomes using spectrofluorimetric, microscopic and cell sorting techniques.
|Spain||Autonomous University of Madrid - Madrid||TOMATTO - The ultimate Time scale in Organic Molecular opto-electronics, the ATTOsecond||Fernando Martin||Website|
|A Bachelor degree in Physics or Chemistry and an MSc in physics or theoretical chemistry. |
Experience in advanced theoretical modelling
Knowledge of scientific programming languages (e.g., Fortran 90, C, C++, Python, etc).
Knowledge of quantum mechanics, basic electrodynamics, basic atomic and molecular physics. - The goal of the project is to overcome the femtosecond time-scale bottleneck and get direct information on the early stages of electron and charge transfer generated by visible and ultraviolet light absorption on organic optoelectronic systems, by extending the available theoretical tools of attosecond physics beyond the state of the art.
|Spain||University of Valencia - Valencia||USMILE - Understanding and Modelling the Earth System with Machine Learning||Gustau Camps-Valls||Website|
|Mathematics, physics, machine learning, Earth sciences, climate sciences - https://isp.uv.es/openings|
|Spain||Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - Barcelona||GEoREST - predictinG EaRthquakES induced by fluid injecTion||Víctor Vilarrasa||Website|
|Postdoctoral Position on Induced Seismicity - https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/760445|
Join the GEoREST team to contribute with your research to address one of the major challenges of the XXI century: ending our dependency on hydrocarbons and reaching zero or net negative emissions to achieve carbon neutrality.
We offer a postdoctoral position (1 year with possibility of another one depending on results and funding availability) for investigating the mechanisms that induce seismicity as a result of fluid injection/extraction related to geothermal energy, geologic carbon storage and hydrogen storage. The position is related to the ERC-StG project GEoREST (predictinG EaRthquakES induced by fluid injecTion) (www.georest.eu), funded by the European Research Council (ERC, https://erc.europa.eu/). The candidate will perform her/his research at the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in a collaborative and enthusiastic environment.
|Spain||University of Girona - Girona||ECHO-GRACADE - Enantioselective C-H Oxidation Guided by Rational Catalyst Design||Miquel Costas||Website|
|Synthetic organic or organometallic chemist with interest in asymmetric catalysis -|
|Spain||ICFO-Institute of Photonics Sciences - Castelldefels (Barcelona)||TRANSFORMER - Structural transformations and phase transitions in real-time||Jens Biegert||Website|
|Post-doctoral Position in Attosecond X-ray Spectroscopy - We offer a postdoctoral position to a well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientist who wishes to enhance his/her scientific career in a friendly and stimulating environment.|
The successful candidate will be joining the Attoscience and Ultrafast Optics research group led by Prof. Dr. Jens Biegert.
Project description: X-rays are a prime analytical tool across a diverse range of areas relevant to modern economy—from fundamental physics and chemistry research, to the pharmaceutical and semiconductor industries. We have developed the first source of isolated attosecond soft X-ray pulses in the water window (280 - 540 eV), the spectral region in which the constituents of life (carbon, nitrogen and oxygen) have strong absorption edges, to resolve the flow of energy inside materials in real time. The project is concerned with the aspects of generation of attosecond x-rays and their application to investigate the interaction between photons, carriers and the lattice in quantum materials and excitonic systems.
For some background information, see: Nature Commun. 7, 11493 (2016), Phys. Rev. X 7, 041030 (2017), Optica 5, 502 (2018), Appl. Phys. Rev. 8, 011408 (2021).
Environment: You will join an international team with a mix of backgrounds ranging from laser science to atomic and molecular physics to chemistry and solid-state physics. Our laboratory and infrastructure are state of the art, and you will be working in a team with a top-notch laser system and attosecond soft x-ray beamline for x-ray spectroscopy. Our group is embedded in several national, European and international networks and collaborations with international top scientists ensures a vibrant and stimulating research environment and prominent exposure.
Position: The Postdoc will join the attosecond XANES team, which consist of a postdoc and three PhD students. We provide an excellent scientific environment and strong international collaborations with ample opportunities for high profile exposure. We will provide a stimulating environment to perform research on the cutting edge of both science and technology.
|Spain||Autonomous University of Barcelona - Barcelona||Bemother - Becoming a mother: An integrative model of adaptations for motherhood during pregnancy and the postpartum period.||Oscar Vilarroya||Website|
|Experimental psychologyst - Key Responsibilities|
• Experimental design and programming.
• Conduct experimental studies.
• Data analyses.
• Manuscripts’ preparation and submission.
Education and Skills
• PhD in experimental psychology or related fields.
• Proficiency in statistical data analysis.
Terms and conditions
The appointment is for two years, with the possibility of a third year. The salary will be based on the employee’s qualifications in accordance with the salary system of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
|Spain||Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) - Bellaterra (Barcelona)||CUHL - Controlling Ultrafast Heat in Layered materials||Klaas-Jan Tielrooij||Website|
|Researcher in heat and charge transport in quantum materials - The Ultrafast Dynamics in Nanoscale Systems group at the Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2) in Bellaterra (Barcelona, Spain) aims at understanding and controlling thermal transport properties in systems based on 2D and 1D materials, using innovative experimental techniques based on ultrashort laser pulses. This work will have relevance for applications such as thermoelectrics and thermal management, and is related to ERC Starting Grant project "CUHL".|
|Spain||Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - Barcelona||MAGNESIA - The impact of highly magnetic neutron stars in the explosive and transient Universe||Nanda Rea||Website|
|PhD in Physics or related sciences - We are looking for a visiting scientist interested in neutron stars, black holes, dense matter or related subjects.|
|Spain||Institute of Evolutionary Biology (UPF-CSIC) - Barcelona||GROWCEAN - The missing majority: understanding global ocean ecology by revealing the unknown biology of the most abundant marine microbial eukaryotes||Daniel Richter||Website|
|Extensive experience in large-scale sequence analysis, which may include: genome/transcriptome assembly, differential expression analysis, short read mapping and phylogenetics - Which are the most abundant protist species in the world’s sunlit oceans, and what roles do they play in global marine ecology? We seek a motivated, curious postdoctoral researcher to join our team to answer these questions, by isolating abundant, unknown protist species and transforming them into new model organisms to study ocean ecology and evolution. We will use single-cell techniques to sequence and assemble their genomes/transcriptomes in order to provide an initial glimpse of their metabolic potential. Next, we will interrogate global metatranscriptomic data sets with bioinformatic approaches to build hypotheses about each new species’ ecological characteristics. Finally, we will test these hypotheses in our lab cultures, with the goal of describing how these globally abundant protists influence oceanic ecosystems. Along the way, we hope that discoveries we make on these currently unknown organisms will influence our understanding of eukaryotic evolution and diversity.|
|Spain||IFIC (Institute for Corpuscular Physics) CSIC - Valencia||HYMNS - High-sensitivitY Measurements of key stellar Nucleo-Synthesis reactions||César Domingo Pardo||Website|
|Experience in experimental nuclear physics, electronics and/or computing - Support in different activities related to the ERC project, which may involve programming in C, C++ or Java, electronic works related to signal processing and PCB design, radiation detectors test and set-up, support running our experiment at CERN, etc. Unfortunately the project ends on May 31st 2022, therefore the contract can be offered only until that date. Possibilities for future contracts depend on success in open calls.|
|Spain||Pompeu Fabra University - Barcelona||MARKET POWER - Market Power and Secular Macroeconomic Trends||Jan Eeckhout||Website|
|Full time research assistant - Jan Eeckhout is looking to hire a highly motivated research assistant for a pre-doctoral position. The position is full time and will be based at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. We sponsor a work permit for Non-EU citizens. The position starts in Summer 2022 for a duration of two years. The position is ideal for students with a long term interest in Economics and those who are looking for research experience in an academic setting prior to enrolling in a PhD in Economics.|
RESEARCH DESCRIPTION: The research work is primarily concerned with the effect of market power on the labor market, as well as with search, matching and sorting theory applied to labor markets. The job duties of the research assistant include:
1. Advanced empirical work on the recent developments in the labor market. This would require collecting data, cleaning data and detailed data analysis using large data sets like the CPS, ACS, SIPP, LEHD and COMPUSTAT. Routine tasks would involve not only replication of findings in current literature but also using novel methodologies to establish new findings about the labor market.
2. Advanced computational work involving coding heterogeneous agent models and conducting estimation of key model parameters to match the moments in the data and test model predictions.
3. Theoretical modeling and knowledge of models of the labor market (search and matching) and market power are necessary to estimate and numerically solve these model economies.
4. Attention to detail and documenting the research tasks performed are a crucial part of the job. It is expected that the candidate conducts independent literature reviews and incorporates and adheres to state of the art empirical and computational standards.
1. Computational Aptitude: Given the type of work involved ideal candidates would have an exceptionally strong programming background. The candidate must possess experience working with MATLAB and Stata. In addition, working knowledge of R and Python along with knowledge of numerical optimization and estimation techniques is desirable.
2. Educational Background: Bachelors degree in Economics, Statistics, Applied Mathematics or related field. A masters degree in Economics, Computational Economics or a related field is a plus. An interest in theory is necessary.
3. Future Aspirations: An interest in pursuing a PhD in Economics or a related field is desirable. Prior exposure in the form of courses or research papers in the field of macro-labor or search and matching theory is an advantage.
SELECTION PROCEDURE: The Deadline for Stage 1 is Sunday, 31th March, 2022
Stage 1. To apply please send your C.V and Cover letter (Max. 1 page) detailing your suitability for the job as a single pdf document to email@example.com.
Stage 2. Shortlisted candidates may be asked for reference letters, perform a computational task and will be invited for a short skype interview.
|Spain||Carlos III University of Madrid - Leganés||LOLITA - Information Theory for Low-Latency Wireless Communications||Tobias Koch||Website|
|Information theory and wireless communications - The Ph.D. position aims at developing information-theoretic benchmarks for short-packet wireless communication systems. The following literature is relevant for the project:|
 G. Durisi, T. Koch, and P. Popovski, “Towards massive, ultrareliable, and low-latency wireless communication with short packets,” Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 104, No. 9, September 2016.
 A. Lancho, T. Koch, and G. Durisi, "On single-antenna Rayleigh block-fading channels at finite blocklength," IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 66, No. 1, January 2020.
 A. Lancho, J. Östman, G. Durisi, T. Koch, and G. Vazquez-Vilar, "Saddlepoint approximations for short-packet wireless communications," IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, Vol. 19, No. 7, July 2020.
|Spain||Barcelonabeta Brain Research Center (BBRC) - Barcelona||HeBe - Identification of age-related Human Blood factors as a therapeutic target for Alzheimer's disease||Marc Suárez-Calvet||Website|
|Immunoassays, Biomarkers, Alzheimer, Neurodegeneration - Postdoc with expertise in immunoassays development.|
The postdoc will work in Simoa and MSD platforms to develop blood biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative diseases.
|Spain||University of Murcia - Murcia||ECHO - Extending Coherence for Hardware-Driven Optimizations in Multicore Architectures||Alberto Ros||Website|
|Researching in computer architecture and/or compilers. Programming skills (C/C++) required.|
|Spain||IMDEA Software Institute - Madrid||RACCOON - A Rigorous Approach to Consistency in Cloud Databases||Alexey Gotsman||Website|
|Candidates should have a strong background in computer science or applied mathematics - Applications are invited for PhD student positions at the IMDEA Software Institute in Madrid, Spain. The successful candidates will work under the supervision of Alexey Gotsman on the design, verification and implementation of distributed protocols for blockchains and transaction processing. The particular research topic will be determined based on the common interests of the candidate and the supervisor, and can be either theoretical or practical.|
|Spain||Autonomous University of Barcelona - Barcelona||WINK - Women's Invisible Ink: Trans-Genre Writing and the Gendering of Intellectual Value in Early Modernity||Carme Font Paz||Website|
|researcher - Literary Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Slavic Literature|
|Spain||Autonomous University of Barcelona - Barcelona||DEMOTRADEOFF - Reconciling Citizens with the Tradeoffs of Democracy: Attitudes Toward Democracy Under Rising Politicization||Enrique Hernández||Website|
|Postdoc Position in ERC Project on the Trade-offs of Democracy - Job description: |
The successful applicant will make a leading contribution to the DEMOTRADEOFF project. The postdoctoral researcher will be expected to contribute to the development of the project’s methodological and theoretical tasks. The successful candidate will engage in collaborative research with the project team members that leads to the submission of publications to top outlets. The postdoctoral researcher will also assist in the management of the research project.
• PhD in political science or related discipline (completed or close to completion).
PhD degree must be completed before September 15, 2022.
• Interest in the field of public opinion and democracy.
• Strong methodological skills and a high level of proficiency of Stata/R.
• Some experience with survey design and/or experiments is an asset, but not
• Very good command of English and excellent written and verbal communication
• Strong interest in academic research, ideally proven through international
publications or collaboration in research projects.
• Ability to work effectively in an international team.
• Ability to work independently.
More information about the application procedure and benefits can be found here: https://grdec.uab.cat/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Postdoc_DEMOTRADEOFF.pdf
|Spain||Institute for Research in Biomedicine Barcelona - Barcelona||MemOriStem - Origins and consequences of hematopoietic stem cell memories||Alejo Rodriguez Fraticelli||Website|
|Postdoctoral Fellows in Stem Cell Biology - IRB Barcelona is seeking 2 Postdoctoral fellows to join the Quantitative Stem Cell Dynamics lab as part of the project MemOriStem, “Origins and Consequences of Hematopoietic Stem Cell Memories” in the Horizon Europe Program of the European Research Council (ERC). Agreement ref.: 101042992; starting in July 1st 2022|
The Quantitative Stem Cell Dynamics lab focuses on understanding stem cell heterogeneity and applying this knowledge for the betterment of human health (fraticellilab.com). The lab has been recently awarded an ERC Starting Grant, MemOriStem, to study causes and consequences of stem cell memory.
The selected candidates will develop cutting edge genetic mouse models and apply these tools to study stem cell heterogeneity in regeneration and aging through implementation of single-cell genomics technologies.
The project consists of several aims that will be divided among the two available positions.
The tasks require advanced knowledge of molecular biology, genetics and epigenetics, cell culture, animal experiments and flow cytometry, as well as advanced statistical analysis of data outputs.
Ideal candidates will have a strong theoretical background in stem cell biology, hematopoiesis, epigenetics and immunology.
Single-cell genomics experience would be a huge plus but it is not required. Experience in computational biology will also be considered positively, especially for one of the two positions.
The candidates must be capable of communicating effectively in verbal and written English, and they should have excellent organizational skills. The candidates should also have the willingness to mentor and collaborate with other researchers in the group (in English), and the ability to multitask across various duties within this project.
Applications from underrepresented minorities is particularly encouraged
|Spain||Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia - Barcelona||CheSSTag - Chemotactic Super-Selective Targeting of Gliomas||Giuseppe Battaglia||Website|
|Computational Physicist/Chemist - I am looking for scientists with strong computational experience to design multivalent and multiplexed nanomedicines. We are using a statistical physics model to evaluate interaction and we want to combine them with kinetic model to estimate targeting efficacy in relevant animal models|
|Spain||University of Salamanca - Salamanca||PeopleAndWriting - The Secret Life of Writing: People, Script and Ideas in the Iberian Peninsula (c. 900-1200)||Ainoa Castro Correa||Website|
|Medieval (social) History Iberian Peninsula - http://visigothicpal.com/blog/2-fully-funded-phd-student-positions-on-medieval-history-and-manuscript-studies/|
|Spain||Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - Zaragoza||3DNANOMAG - Three-dimensional nanoscale magnetic structures||Amalio Fernandez-Pacheco||Website|
|Experimental/computational physicist - We're looking for a PhD candidate for a project combining experimental and computational phyics.|
The project consists on the development of new 3D printing algorithms to pattern nanostructures. The student will develop a new method based on our previous works, using a combination of mathematical and computational tools.
The successful development of this new 3D printing framework will be followed by the 3D printing of advanced nanomagnets for applications in green computing, with the candidate investigating new physical phenomena emerging in 3D magnetic nanoscale materials.
The project will involve a strong collaboration with the University of Vienna in Austria.
|Spain||CIC bioGUNE - Bilbao||RECGLYCANMR - Breaking the limits in glycan recognition by NMR||Jesus Jimenez-Barbero||Website|
|Chemical Biology, NMR, X-Ray - Protein-carbohydrate interactions|
|Spain||BCMaterials Basque Center for Materials, Applications and Nanostructures - Bilbao, Leioa||MOLEMAT - Molecularly Engineered Materials and process for Perovskite solar cell technology||Shahzada Ahmad||Website|
|Chemist/Materials Scientist/ Chemical Engineer/ Soft matter physicist -|
|Spain||University of Malaga - Málaga||FlexAnalytics - Advanced analytics to empower the small flexible consumers of electricity||Juan Miguel Morales González||Website|
|Postdoc position - “Data-driven Optimization/Machine Learning in Energy” - The group OASYS (“Optimization and Analytics for Sustainable EnergY Systems”) is looking for highly-talented applicants for post-doctoral positions with a focus on Data-driven Optimization/Machine Learning in Energy. The postdoctoral fellows are thus expected to contribute to the main research topics addressed by the group|
The initial term of the position is for 1 year, with the possibility of extension, based on mutual interest and convenience. The postdoctoral fellow will become a key member of OASYS, by developing excellent research, supervising PhD. and MSc. students, and helping attract new talents and funds. OASYS is located at the Ada Byron Research Center (https://www.uma.es/adabyron/cms/menu/inicio/) of the University of Málaga, Málaga, Spain.
The postdoctoral position is due to start as soon as possible, and will be linked to and funded by an Excellent Science project awarded by the European Research Council through an ERC Starting Grant.
The candidate is expected to have:
1. A PhD or equivalent, preferably in operations research or statistics, control or electrical engineering, computer science, or mathematics.
2. The qualifications, skills and expertise of an operations researcher (i.e., with a background in mathematical programming and optimization theory) or a data scientist (i.e., with a background in machine/statistical learning and forecasting). Knowledge of power systems will be a plus.
3. The ability to code and solve large-scale optimization problems using programming languages like Python and optimization solvers like Cplex on High-Performance Computing Facilities.
4. An excellent command of the English language, both orally and in writing.
5. Ability to present results in technical reports, and prepare scientific papers for publication in international journals.
The appointment has a competitive salary, commensurate with qualifications, and healthcare and social security insurance. Interested candidates are kindly requested to prepare an application form consisting of a single pdf file in English containing all the materials to be given consideration, namely:
1. Cover letter (max. 1 page).
2. CV, including list of publications, track-record of major achievements, work experience, and summary of educational background.
3. Contact details of at least three references.
Applications should be sent IN A SINGLE PDF FILE to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name in the subject line.
Further technical information on the position and the application procedure can be obtained by sending your inquiry to email@example.com as well. All qualified candidates irrespective of age, gender, disability, race, religion or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.
The University of Málaga is an Andalusian university of increasing international relevance that is strongly committed to high-level education, research and innovation with up-to-date infrastructures, the attraction of talented researchers and growing international collaborations. The university takes part in the International Campus of Excellence (ICE) Andalucía TECH, which arises from the fusion of capacities of the University of Seville (US) and the University of Málaga (UMA). The campus comprises 150 partner entities including public bodies, technological parks, technological centers, businesses and other entities, and is specialized in Information and Communications Technologies.
Málaga is a beautiful city located in the south of Spain. It is part of the popular “Costa del Sol” and one of the cities with the highest quality of life in Spain. Málaga enjoys an extraordinary climate and is becoming more and more known worldwide. The city is particularly well interconnected to the rest of Spain, Europe and the world by air (through its international airport), sea (through its international harbor), and land (through its direct connection to the Spanish high-speed rail infrastructure).
|Spain||Barcelona||EPICAMENTE - At the epigenetics-cancer metabolism interface||Sara Sdelci||Website|
|Cancer biology, cancer epigenetics and cancer metabolism. Cellular biology and molecular biology assays. Cancer cell lines, bioinformatics, omics analysis. -|
|Spain||Centre for Genomic Regulation - Barcelona||SYSAGING - A platform for rapidly mapping the molecular and systemic dynamics of aging||Nicholas Stroustrup||Website|
|Postdoctoral fellow in bioinformatics, statistical physics, or computer science -|
|Spain||Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - Palma de Mallorca||ARCTIC - Air Transport as Information and Computation||Massimiliano Zanin||Contact||Modelling the social and economic impact of delay propagation in air transport - IFISC offers a new postdoctoral position, funded by the European Research Council through the ERC Starting Grant ARCTIC|
(https://ifisc.uib-csic.es/en/research/projects/arctic/), on modelling the social and economic impact of delay propagation in air transport.
IFISC’s strategic objective is the study, exploration and development of information processing in and by complex systems. This comprises connecting existing approaches in different fields, developing common frameworks and the synthesis of novel information processing concepts. Within this context, ARCTIC proposes the study of air transport as an information processing system, in which information, for instance representing delays, is received, processed and redistributed by the different elements of the system. This requires, on the one hand, the application of techniques coming from computer science, statistical physics and neuroscience. On the other hand, results have to be expressed in economic terms, to understand the real impact that delays have in society, and the impact of propagation containment policies.
Your tasks will be:
- Leveraging on the results obtained by the group on the use of statistical physics and information theory to describe delay propagation in air transport, to develop models to assess the economic and social impact of such propagation.
- To identify ways to minimise such impact, and to feed back the results to the rest of the team, to design optimised containment policies.
- Contribute to the definition of new ideas, metrics, and analyses.
- Presenting results in meetings and through manuscripts.
What we offer:
- Up to 3 years full time contract, gross salary of approx. 29.000 €/year, plus mobility funds for research stays.
- Multidisciplinary, international and inspiring environment.
- The contract includes all the benefits of the Spanish public health and social security system.
- Experience in the creation and analysis of economic models, specifically in the context of transportation systems, including aspects like mobility and fairness.
- Experience in the analysis of real-world data.
- Ability for independent, analytical and out-of-the-box thinking.
- Knowledge of air transport and / or neuroscience, albeit not essential, will positively be evaluated.
- PhD academic degree. Note that the degree must be recognised according to Spanish regulations.
- English language fluency.
Application submissions should be made by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Postdoctoral position” as subject, and including:
- Letter of motivation
- Updated CV with full academic record
- Copy of previously-published scientific papers.
The position will remain open until filled.
Further inquiries about the position are welcome and should be addressed to the same email address.
IFISC is an equal opportunity institution. Applications to this position by female or minority group scientists are particularly encouraged.
|Spain||Technical University of Catalonia - Barcelona||SCRAMBLE - Turbulence-On-a-Chip: Supercritically overcoming the energy frontier in microfluidics||Lluis Jofre Cruanyes||Website|
|PhD Students & Postdoctoral Researchers - We are looking for highly motivated people to overcome the energy frontier in microfluidics by microconfining turbulence (further information: https://twitter.com/FluidMechLJC). We offer 4 PhD & 2 postdoctoral positions on: computational studies, laboratory experiments, data science & uncertainty quantification. Please send email (email@example.com) or contact for further information. Documents required: cover letter (1 page maximum), curriculum Vitae (5 pages maximum), research experience (2 pages maximum), 3 recommendation letters directly sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is 31/03/2022|
|Spain||Institute of Space Sciences - Barcelona||IMAGINE - Imprints of Magnetic fields in Exoplanets||Daniele Viganò||Website|
|Visiting researcher - We offer a visiting researcher position within IMAGINE, our project about long-term evolution of exoplanets, their radio emission and magnetism. Candidates are expected to work on either radio searches of exoplanetary emission at low frequencies (such as LOFAR, GMRT, UTR-2), or theoretical modeling of magnetic fields in planets.|
Flexible dates, duration and tasks, to be agreed.
|Spain||University of Santiago de Compostela - Santiago de Compostela||YoctoLHC - Yoctosecond imaging of QCD collectivity using jet observables||Carlos A. Salgado||Website|
|Spain||Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) - Madrid||MarsFirstWater - The physicochemical nature of water on early Mars||Alberto Fairen||Website|
|Geology/Geochemistry - The Department of Planetology and Habitability at the Centro de Astrobiología (CAB) in Madrid, Spain, invites applications for a visiting researcher and/or postdoc position to support investigations on the nature of the early Mars environments. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in the field of Planetary Science or related discipline, and a background in Mars research.|
|Spain||CSIC - Centro Nacional de Biotecnología - MADRID||HighResCells - A synergistic approach toward understanding receptor signaling in the cell at very high resolution||Jose Maria Carazo Garcia||Website|
|Image processing for Cryo-Electron Microscopy - The Biocomputing Unit (BCU) of the Natl. Center of Biotechnology is looking for a candidate with a background in Engineering, Physics, Mathematics or any other data analysis related field. The work is about the development of image processing in Cryo-Electron Microscopy (CryoEM) with a special emphasis on signal processing and efficient implementations. Our laboratory is located at the National Center of Biotechnology in Madrid, a reference institute in Spain in cryo-EM equipped with two microscopes with direct detector (Talos Arctica and CryoARM 300) and a FIB-SEM microscope, providing a very immersive and interdisciplinary environment. Additionally, our group is a world reference in this domain, and the work will be performed in conjunction with an American/Canadian drug discovery company. The goal of the project is to construct the most efficient 3D reconstruction algorithm available for CryoEM.|
|Spain||INMA, CSIC-University of Zaragoza - Zaragoza||QFaST - Quantum Fast Spin dynamics addressed by High-Tc superconducting circuits||Maria Jose Martinez Perez||Website|
|Physicist, experimentalist, condensed matter, superconductivity, magnetism, microwaves, quantum technologies, low temperatures. - Numerical simulations (micromagnetics and radiofrequency)|
Microwave measurements, VNA, spectrum analyzer...
Clean room fabrication, superconducting materials, dual beam nanolithography
Low temperature measurements using a cryogen free dilution refrigerator
|Spain||Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia - Barcelona||ENGINORG - Engineering kidney organoids to study the interplay between Tissue Mechanics and Metabolism: from development to disease||Núria Montserrat Pulido||Website|
|Postdoctoral researcher with experience in cell culture (ideally human embryonic stem cells) and molecular biology. - Development of renal derivatives from human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) in 2D and 3D cell culture environments. Application of micropatterning techniques, hPSCs-genome engineering, metabolomics, biomaterials design and microfluidics. |
|Spain||Universidad Carlos III de Madrid - Leganes||NEXTFLOW - Next-generation flow diagnostics for control||Stefano Discetti||Website|
|PhD position in Aerospace Engineering -|
|Spain||Technical University of Catalonia - Barcelona||CoCoUnit - CoCoUnit: An Energy-Efficient Processing Unit for Cognitive Computing||Antonio González||Website|
|Computer Architecture - The Architecture and Compilers (ARCO) Research Group of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya at Barcelona (Spain) is seeking for students/researchers interested in pursuing a PhD (or Master+PhD) in the area of Computer Architecture, and more specifically in topics related with cognitive computing systems, graphics processors, processor architecture and memory architecture.|
|Spain||Pompeu Fabra University - Barcelona||RLeap - From data-based to model-based AI: representation learning for planning||Hector Geffner||Website|
|Degree in Computer Science - Experimental and theoretical work in learning representations for acting and planning|
|Spain||Centre for Genomic Regulation - Barcelona||DecodeDiabetes - Expanding the genetic etiological and diagnostic spectrum of monogenic diabetes mellitus||Jorge Ferrer||Website|
|Programmer - We offer a post to support implementation of bioinformatic analysis pipelines and data visualization. Experience in bioinformatics is useful but not essential, however candidates must have demonstrable programming skills in R or Python or related languages.|
|Spain||Autonomous University of Barcelona - Barcelona||QUANTUMGRAIN - Quantum Chemistry on Interstellar Grains||Albert Rimola||Website|
|Computational chemistry, surface modelling, potential energy surfaces - Simulate by methods of theoretical and computational chemistry processes of astrochemical interest that occur on the surfaces of interstellar dust grains. In particular: i) to generate realistic structural models of the surfaces of interstellar dust grains, ii) to characterize the potential energy surfaces of simple and complex interstellar molecule formation reactions on these surfaces, iii) to simulate diffusion of these compounds and their precursors on the surfaces of the dust grains, iv) analyze the dissipative capacity of the surfaces of the dust grains on the energy released in the formation reactions, iv) characterize the free energy surfaces of surface phenomena by metadynamic simulations.|
|Spain||University of Santiago de Compostela - Santiago de Compostela||BECAME - Bimetallic Catalysis for Diverse Methane Functionalization||Martín Fañanás-Mastral||Website|
|We seek outstanding individuals awarded with a PhD in Chemistry with initiative, creativity and team-working ability to work in a dynamic environment to demonstrate opportunities in the field of organometallic catalysis.|
Experience in Synthesis and Organometallic catalysis is essential. Training in photocatalysis and/or high-pressure chemistry is highly desirable.
Good communication skills and proficiency in written and spoken English are essential. - The applicant will work on the development of new catalytic processes that allow methane (and additionally small saturated hydrocarbons) to be directly converted into high-value products through synergistic bimetallic catalysis. Key efforts will be put on the mechanistic understanding and controlling of each catalytic step to perform advantageous catalytic C-C bond forming reactions through alkane functionalization processes.
|Spain||Universidad de Sevilla - Sevilla||DEEPMED - Discovering the Deep Mediterranean Environment: A History of Science and Strategy (1860-2020)||Lino Camprubí||Website|
|Research on Mediterranean maritime history. Background in history, history of science and technology, STS, geography, cartography, or international relations. - Work Package 1: The production of space: charts, currents, and points of passage. It is a historical analysis of evolving knowledge and visual representations of the Mediterranean depths through the history of 1. civil and military bathymetry charts (paying special attention to varying interpretations in the different national and disciplinary traditions) and 2. understandings of Mediterranean currents and their dynamics (particularly at the integration of sub-basins and changing understandings of the water column).|
|Spain||Universidad Politecnica de Madrid - Madrid||Caust - Monte-Carlo Determination of Causation in Turbulence||Javier Jimenez||Website|
|Computer-driven basic research on turbulence physics within an established group. - I am offering one postdoctoral position centring on exploring the role of simulations of turbulent flows in the limit of ‘zero’ computing cost (mostly on GPUs), and on the analysis of the resulting data. What ‘free’ simulations allow is ‘Monte-Carlo’ research, in which ideas are ‘randomly’ tested and only evaluated afterwards, in the hope that some of them be fruitful. Their main advantage is expected to be to alleviate ‘paradigm lock’, in which radically new ideas are unlikely to get tested, and knowledge gets stuck in a local optimum. Ensembles of cheap simulations also provide causal information about what the effect of a particular ‘random’ initial condition is. The main result in turbulence is expected to be the identification of novel flow structures, with definitions grounded in the underlying physical effect instead of, as is most common, on properties assumed a-priori to be important (e.g. intensity). In particular, we will search for flow configurations that are ‘causally most sensitive’ to perturbations, in the sense that the perturbations are most effective when applied on them. Both the probing perturbations and the receptive flow states constitute ‘causes’. The flows examined will mainly be wall-bounded turbulent ones. The job is to convert all this into reality, including to help mentoring graduate students, and, most importantly, to think|
|Spain||Technical University of Valencia - Valencia||Endure - Fuse-based segmentation design: Avoiding failure propagation in building structures||Jose Adam||Website|
|Postdoctoral position - STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING focusing on:|
- Building structures
- Extreme events
- Risk assessment
- Progressive collapse
- Computational modelling
|Spain||University of Salamanca - Salamanca||ATTOSTRUCTURA - Structured attosecond pulses for ultrafast nanoscience||Carlos Hernández García||Website|
|PhD Student Position on Artificial Intelligence applied to the Physics of Attosecond Laser Pulses - The University of Salamanca invites application for a 3-years PhD Student position to obtain a|
PhD degree in Physics, starting in September 2022. The position is part of the project
ATTOSTRUCTURA, “Structured attosecond pulses for ultrafast nanoscience”, funded by the
European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and
innovation program (grant agreement No. 851201), supervised by Dr. Carlos Hern ndez-Garc a.
The candidate will be co-advised by Dr. Javier Serrano (expert in high performance computing
and artificial intelligence) and Dr. Carlos Hern ndez-Garc a (expert in ultrashort laser pulses and
Application deadline: May 2nd 2022.
Complete information at: link
|Spain||University of Valencia - Valencia||2D-SMARTiES - Chemical Design of Smart Molecular/2D Devices for Information Technologies||José J. Baldoví||Contact||Master in Theoretical/Computational Condensed Matter Physics with experience in magnetic materials - We look for a highly motivated candidate with experience on the modelling of solid-state magnetic materials and code development. Experience with tight-binding hamiltonians is also desirable. The candidate will simulate the propagation of spin waves in 2D magnetic materials from exchange parameters extracted via Wannier functions and how they couple to molecular energy levels. The mission of the project is to open up a new field of research: Molecular 2D Magnonics, in particular, we aim to develop a full computational and theoretical framework to study this kind of molecular/2D heterostructures. Applications from female researchers are highly encouraged.|
|Sweden||Uppsala University - Uppsala||DeepProton - Deep multi-scale modelling of electrified metal oxide nanostructures||Chao Zhang||Website|
|Sweden||Lund University - Lund||QPAP - Quantum Physics with Attosecond Pulses||Anne L'Huillier||Website|
|Atomic Physics and Optics - See|
|Sweden||Lund University - Lund||NONLOCAL - Foundations of nonlocal and nonabelian condensed-matter systems||Martin Leijnse||Website|
|Condensed matter theory - Theory related to superconductor-semiconductor structures, including topics such as: quantum transport, topological superconductivity and quantum information processing.|
|Sweden||Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences - Umeå||HOT-AND-COLD - How plants deal with heat and cold: Molecular mechanisms of auxin transport and signaling in response to temperature stress||Petra Marhava||Contact||Plant biologist - Postdoctoral position at Umeå Plant Science Centre, Sweden, www.upsc.se.|
Ambient temperature above or below a threshold can adversely affect plant growth and development, and even lead to death. The tightly regulated distribution of the hormone auxin throughout the plant body controls an impressive variety of developmental processes that tailor plant growth and morphology to environmental conditions. Although non-optimal ambient temperature can alter auxin transport, the precise nature of this alteration and the underlying molecular mechanisms remain enigmatic. The aim of the project is to dissect the molecular mechanisms involved in auxin transport and its downstream signaling upon temperature stress, focusing on the root of the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana. The project will combine state-of-the-art approaches, e.g. various microscopy techniques, molecular and cell biology, biochemistry.
Research environment: A 3-year postdoctoral position (with expected starting date September 1, 2022) is available in the group of Dr. Petra Marhava. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences/Umeå Plant Science Centre (UPSC) is a Centre of Excellence in experimental plant biology, located in northern Sweden. The UPSC comprises approximately 200 researchers, from more than 40 countries, working on a variety of key issues in plant biology, including root and shoot development, flowering, biotic and abiotic stress responses, and wood formation. UPSC has excellent, world-class laboratories and associated facilities for genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, microscopy, plant growth and genetic manipulation.
Qualifications: We are looking for a highly motivated plant biologist with documented experience in cell and molecular biology, as well as familiar with Arabidopsis thaliana. The candidate should have a good knowledge of English.
Application: Please send your application as a single pdf file by e-mail to email@example.com. The application should consist of your CV including publication list, motivation letter, and the names and contact information of three references. Closing date for application is May 1, 2022.
|Sweden||University of Gothenburg - Gothenburg||MolStrucDyn - Ultrafast Molecular Structural Dynamics||Sebastian Westenhoff||Website|
|PhD student in biophysical chemistry/structural biology - We are looking for PhD students in dynamic structural biology. You will produce, purify and crystallize proteins, investigated them by time-resolved crystallography at Free electron X-ray laser sources, and refine time-resolved structures of the proteins. The goal is to "film" the proteins with atomic scale resolution, while they carry you their function. |
We can accommodate a broad set of backgrounds in the group. Your background is either in protein biochemistry, structural biology, biochemistry, or physical chemistry, or a combination thereof.
|Sweden||Karolinska Institute - Stockholm||PreciseCellPD - A PRECISION CELL REPLACEMENT STRATEGY FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE||Ernest Arenas||Website|
|Computational Biologist - We are looking for a Postdoctoral with a solid training in systems or computational biology, and experience in one or more of the following: scripting (e.g. Python, R, Perl), analysis of single cell transcriptomics data, transcriptional networks, machine learning or neural networks. |
You manage your own bioinformatics pipelines, you like to interact with other computational biologists and wet-science researchers, and you have a good command of written and spoken English.
You have some knowledge or interest in either Neuroscience, Neurology, Genetics, Genomics, Molecular or developmental biology. You want to learn about the molecular mechanisms controlling brain neural development, disease and regeneration and you would like to contribute to the development of future cell replacement therapies for neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease.
|Sweden||Lund University - Lund||Bug-Flash - Coherent Back-Lasing from Atmospheric Insects||Mikkel Brydegaard||Website|
|Ukrainian researcher / scientists are welvome - Our group welcomes one or more Ukrainian researchers / scientists. There are grants at Lund University dedicated Ukrainian scientists who fled the invasion. Our group work with environmental monitoring, spectroscopy, laser instrumentation, remote sensing and biophotonics. We welcome scientist from physics, engineering, maths, biology and ecology. Expertise in signal processing, statistics, spectroscopy, polarimetrics and entomological ecology is appreciated.|
|Sweden||Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) - Stockholm||EPHEMERAL - Detection and Speciation of Gas-Phase Atmospheric Peroxy and Criegee Radicals||Barbara Noziere||Website|
|Post-doc in real-time mass spectrometry for the detection of organic radicals - We are seeking an enthousiastic candidate for a postdoctoral position as part of the European Research Council Advanced project EPHEMERAL, in the team of Prof. Nozière at the Department of Chemistry of KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Project EPHEMERAL focuses on developing and using real-time mass spectrometric (MS) techniques, in particular, Proton Transfer Mass Spectrometry (Ptr-MS), to monitor organic radicals in the gas, in laboratory reactors and in the real atmosphere.|
The recruited person will take part in the instrument development and characterization (calibration …), perform experiments in gas-phase reactors in laboratory, and take part in its deployment in field campaigns.
The position is for up to 2 years with possibilities of further extension as "Researcher". Link for application: https://www.kth.se/en/om/work-at-kth/lediga-jobb/what:job/jobID:478641/
|Sweden||Karolinska Institute - Stockholm||Reside - Dissecting tissue-resident lymphocyte homeostasis in humans||Niklas Björkström||Website|
|Experience in human immunology - We have the possibility to host researchers with an ambition to explore new and unique aspects of human NK cells, liver and uterus immunology, and related questions.|
|Sweden||Karolinska Institute - Stockholm||TRACE - Tracing virus-specific CD8+ T cell clonotype zonation and function in humans||Marcus Buggert||Contact||Studies of adaptive immunity in human viral infections -|
|Sweden||Uppsala University - Uppsala||Tetrapod Origin - Tracking our ancestors across the Devonian world: a new multidisciplinary approach to the origin of tetrapods||Per Ahlberg||Website|
|Vertebrate palaeontology - Still slightly uncertain. We will be undertaking a fossil-collecting expedition to Greenland this summer, to collect tetrapod and other vertebrate material from latest Devonian strata. The postdoc will be set to study and describe some part of this material, but exactly what is still unknown as we don't know what we will find. We will be advertising the position after we return, so probably in September.|
|Sweden||Gothenburg University - Gothenburg||De-StunHeartAttacks - Re-defining clinical care and reasoning in ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) by shifting focus to ischemic myocardial stunning - Mechanisms prognostic implications and a new treatment||Bjoern Redfors||Website|
|Experimental studies using animal models of ischemia-reperfusion injury|
|Sweden||Lund University - Lund||hOssicle - Bioengineering of human ossicles as advanced in vivo hematopoietic model||Paul Bourgine||Website|
|My laboratory has developed unique human mesenchymal lines capable of forming “human ossicles” by recapitulation of endochondral ossification -the developmental process of bone formation. These ossicles form subcutaneously in mice and display a similar structure and function to native mouse bones, but rely on human mesenchymal cells reconstituting a complex bone marrow environment specifically supporting the development of human hematopoiesis. We are exploiting this as unique model of healthy and malignant hematopoietic development. Projects focus on identifying the role of the human niche microenvironment on blood generation and tumor development.|
|Sweden||University of Gothenburg - Gothenburg||B-DOMINANCE - B Cell Immunodominance in Antiviral Immunity||Davide Angeletti||Website|
|Viral Immunology - B cell biology - We are open for anybody interested in viral immunology (mainly influenza) and B cell biology. Please get in touch. Extra funding opportunities available also from Swedish entities|
|Sweden||University of Gothenburg - Gothenburg||MolStrucDyn - Ultrafast Molecular Structural Dynamics||Sebastian Westenhoff||Website|
|Postdoctoral Researcher in time-resolved crystallography - We are looking for postdoctorial research staff in all aspects of the project|
* time-resolved serial femtosecond crystallography of photoactive proteins
* time-resolved solution X-ray scattering of small photochemicals
Your background should match these topics in some way; however, our search is broad and many backgrounds, ranging from physical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular modelling, theoretical chemistry, and ultrafast laser/X-ray science can be accomodated.
We welcome that you contact us!
|Sweden||Karolinska Institute - Stockholm||PreciseCellPD - A PRECISION CELL REPLACEMENT STRATEGY FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE||Ernest Arenas||Website|
|Regenerative strategies for Parkinson's disease - Cell conversion - We look for postdoctoral interested in working in a project aiming at developing a cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s disease based on direct in vivo reprogramming of astrocytes into induced midbrain dopaminergic neurons. The project will involve reprogramming human astrocytes in vitro and mouse striatal astrocytes in vivo. Cells will be examined by single cell RNA-seq and their functionality will be investigated both in vitro and in mouse models of Parkinson’s disease. |
The project is based on our previous characterization of the cellular and molecular complexity of the developing mouse and human midbrain at the single cell level (La Manno et al., 2106, Cell); and the development of direct in vivo reprogramming of astrocytes into functional induced dopamine neurons, as a cell replacement strategy in a mouse model of Parkinson’s disease (Rivetti et al., 2017, Nature Biotech).
The optimal candidate should have experience in neural cell culture and molecular biology, in particular in cloning and use of viral vectors. Additional experience in gene therapy, stereotaxic surgery, electrophysiology, rodent models of Parkinson’s disease, behavioral analysis, midbrain development, single cell transcriptomics, FACS or bioinformatics, will be an advantage.
|Sweden||Karolinska Institute - Stockholm||PreciseCellPD - A PRECISION CELL REPLACEMENT STRATEGY FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE||Ernest Arenas||Website|
|Neuroscientist - Parkinson's disease rodent models - We look for postdoctoral interested in working in a project aiming at developing a cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s disease based on the transplantation of midbrain dopaminergic progenitors. The project will involve the differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells into dopaminergic progenitors, their selection and their transplantation into the striatum or substantia nigra in mouse or rat induced or transgenic models of Parkinson's disease. The transplanted cells will be examined at histological, electrophysiological, neurochemical and single cell levels. The impact of the graft on motor behavior will be examined over time.|
The ideal candidate is a Neuroscientist with experience in stereotaxic surgery, rodent models of Parkinson's disease, immunohistochemistry, microscopy, and behavioral analysis. The goal of the project will be to develop cell preparations with improved cell compositions to precisely replace the cell types lost in Parkinson's disease.
Additional experience in working with virus, electrophysiology, pharmacology, cell culture, molecular biology, CRISPR, functional genomics or single cell biology will be and advantage, but is not necessary. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to learn some of these additional methods and techniques.
|Sweden||University of Linkoeping - Linkoping||METLAKE - Predicting future methane fluxes from northern lakes||David Bastviken||Website|
|Summer job 2022 to assist the project - Job announcement at https://liu.se/jobba-pa-liu/lediga-jobb (using Google Translate may be needed; applying in English is fine). Note - for formal and legal reasons the applicaiotn need to be submitted following the instructions in the announcement and the deadline is unfortunately short. |
The job regards various types of technical assistance. Interest and competence related with greenhouse gas studies is beneficial. Good skills in English is needed.
Opportunities of other less formal opportunities such as internships.may emerge separately..
|Sweden||Chalmers University of Technology - Gothenburg||MANIFEST - Mechanisms and Actors of Feasible Energy Transitions||Jessica Jewell||Website|
|Two post-doc positions at Chalmers University on the economics and speed of energy transitions - How will the economics of energy technologies shape the unfolding energy transition? And what is the potential for large-scale infrastructures such as negative emissions technologies and hydrogen to contribute to the energy transition? |
Two post-doc positions tackle these questions as part of a broader research agenda on understanding the feasibility of climate action. Each post-doc will focus on analyzing these questions through a combination of empirical research, statistical analysis, and computational experiments.
Both researchers will be part of the ERC project MANIFEST in the POLET research group at Chalmers University. The project focuses on cross-national differences in feasibility of energy transitions as well as on its temporal dimension and therefore involves comparative and longitudinal analysis. They also contribute to the MISTRA Electrification which works on understanding the non-technical feasibility constraints to rapid electrification and decarbonization in Northern Europe.
|Sweden||Karolinska Institute - Stockholm||Reprogram-Diabetes - In vivo drug discovery for cellular reprogramming to β-cells – towards a future regenerative therapy for diabetes||Olov Andersson||Website|
|You may have experience in one or several of the following techniques/models:|
1. Molecular, cellular and biochemical techniques, e.g. cloning, qPCR, Western blot and immunohistochemistry
2. Drug screening
4. Metabolism/diabetes research in mouse models
5. Organoid cultures
6. Zebrafish as a model system (note, not necessary)
- The main interest in the lab of Olov Andersson is to study how small molecules can promote regeneration of insulin-producing beta-cells and improve metabolic control, as future curative approaches for diabetes. We use chemical-genetic screening techniques in zebrafish to identify compounds, genes and signalling pathways that can promote β-cell regeneration.
For examples of how the research can be conducted, please see:
Charbord et al., Nature Metabolism:
Karampelias et al., Nature Communications:
Liu et al., eLife:
The present project will span from pharmacology to genetics in zebrafish, as well as translational studies in the mouse and human cell cultures. The studies will include assessing beta-cell neogenesis, proliferation and transdifferentiation, and how such cellular changes affect glycemia.
The zebrafish are amenable to efficient transgenesis and high-resolution imaging. We will make use of these properties to generate transgenic, knock-in and mutant zebrafish for single-cell analysis of phenotypes and lineage tracing. You may have a background in cell and molecular biology or biochemistry, and keen interest in using model organisms to study beta-cell regeneration and metabolism.
|Switzerland||University of Zurich - Zurich||NucleolusChromatin - Analysis of the nucleolus in genome organization and function||Raffaella Santoro||Website|
|Postdoctoral and PhD positions on Epigenetics and Chromatin Dynamics - The group of Raffaella Santoro at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, is looking for postdoctoral researchers and PhD students willing to study genome architecture and the contribution of chromatin and epigenetics in gene expression. |
The project focuses on understanding how chromatin architecture impacts gene expression and cell fate during development. Specifically, this project aims to determine the contribution of the nucleolus in genome architecture and chromatin regulation by developing novel methods to map genome compartmentalization and identify molecular mechanisms of genome remodeling and architecture that influence gene expression and cell fate.
This project will combine high-throughput data and molecular and cell biology approaches, including the development of NGS and cell biology based novel methods to identify molecular mechanisms of genome organization in single cells.
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) - Lausanne||NaCRe - Nature-inspired Circular Recycling for Polymers||Francesco Stellacci||Website|
|Materials Scientist, or Chemist, or Computational Chemist -|
|Switzerland||University of Basel - Basel||ETOPEX - Engineering Topological Phases and Excitations in Nanostructures with Interactions||Jelena Klinovaja||Contact||https://www.quantumtheory.unibas.ch/index.php -|
|Switzerland||Earlham Institute - Norwich||BEFINE - mechanical BEhavior of Fluid-INduced Earthquakes||Marie Violay||Website|
|ROCK MECHANICS ROCK PHYSICS -|
|Switzerland||University of Basel - Basel||MMA - Molecular Mechanical Adhesives||Michael Nash||Website|
|Background or interest in natural sciences including chemistry, physics, biology, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering or related discipline - We are seeking to hire a Ukrainian researcher to assist in the fabrication of custom AFM cantilevers for performing single-molecule mechanical studies on proteins. The candidate will be trained on a scanning electron microscope, and assist in production and testing of custom micro/nanoscale cantilevers. English or German language proficiency is required.|
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) - Lausanne||CENGIN - Deciphering and engineering centriole assembly||Pierre Gönczy||Website|
|Cell biology, developmental biology - We are interested in understanding fundamental cellular processes, including in the context of development. We work principally with C. elegans and human cells, but also other systems when appropriate. Our main focus is on the mechanisms governing asymmetric division and centriole assembly. To address these and related biological questions, we utilize a combination of complementary approaches, including functional genomics, biophysical analysis, cell biology, live imaging, as well as super resolution microscopy and cryo-electron tomography.|
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) - Zürich||BALANCE - Mapping Dispersion Spectroscopically in Large Gas-Phase Molecular Ions||Peter Chen||Website|
|Postdoc in laser laboratory - The postdoc will engage in research in cryogenic vibrational predissociation spectroscopy of medium-to-large (up to 200 atoms) molecular ions using tunable IR lasers in a liq. He-cooled Penning trap. The ions range from cobinamides (vitamin B12 derivatives) to organometallic intermediates in catalysis. A strong chemistry background is obligatory. Experience in preparative chemistry is also desirable. The laboratory languages are English and German, with some Russian. English writing proficiency is necessary.|
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) - Lausanne||FIAMMA - Fully Integrating Atomistic Modeling with Machine Learning||Michele Ceriotti||Website|
|The project concerns the development and application of physics-inspired machine-learning schemes for atomic-scale modeling, blurring the lines between data- and physics- driven simulations. Planned research involves a combination of conceptual developments, implementation in an open-source software stack, as well as application to challenging and technologically-relevant materials-science problems, including the construction of integrated machine-learning models to study the stability of molecular materials, and the synthesis and characterization of porous silicate frameworks.|
The applicant should have a PhD in a related subject, be rigorous, creative, and a good team player. They should be able to manage independently a research project, write clear and compelling research articles and assist with the supervision of doctoral students. A proven track record in atomistic simulations, with a focus on methodological developments in electronic-structure methods and/or the application of machine-learning techniques is desirable, as well as experience in the development of scientific software.
|Switzerland||Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research - Basel||CELPRED - Circuit elements of the cortical circuit for predictive processing||Georg Keller||Website|
|Systems neuroscientist -|
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) - Lausanne||COSMICLENS - Cosmology with Strong Gravitational Lensing||Frédéric Courbin||Website|
|expert in strong gravitational lensing, machine learning and/or automatic differentiation - As the project is ending in 1.5y, contract duration will be limited.|
|Switzerland||University of Bern - Bern||FIT2GO - A toolbox for fitness landscapes in evolution||Claudia Bank||Website|
|Evolutionary modeling/genomic data analysis/Statistics and model development in evolution and ecology -|
|Switzerland||University of Fribourg - Fribourg||PrISMoID - Photonic Structural Materials with Controlled Disorder||Ullrich Steiner||Website|
|MSc degree in physical sciences (materials, physics, chemistry, chemical engineering) - Two jobs are on offer, either theory-based, or experimental.|
Theory. Development of a theoretical description of optical bandgaps arising from structural assemblies with partial disorder. This project will be predominantly based on already acquired 3D data of biological materials that exhibit photonic band gaps and it is the goal to develop a physical model that underpins the bandgap in these materials. These models will be tested using numerical approaches. The candidate should have a background in theoretical physics, preferably optics. Given the appropriate qualification this position might also be filled on the post-doc level.
Experiment: In collaboration with New York University, so-called "patchy" colloids will be developed. DNA patches on the colloids provide on-demand sticking points that allow assembly the colloids in packing structures that do not naturally form. This will allow generating colloidal assemblies that locally have a well-defined coordination, but are globally disordered. The goal of this project is to great colloidal assembly which have an optical band gap. The candidate should ideally have a background in colloid physics, optical materials, or supramolecular materials.
|Switzerland||University of Geneva - Geneva||F-addict - Convergence of positive and negative reinforcement in fentanyl addiction||Christian Luscher||Website|
|Circuit neuroscience of addiction and feeding disorders - Electrophysiology, behavior, and optogenetics|
|Switzerland||University of Zurich - Zurich||IMPACT - High-Dimensional single cell mapping of inflammatory disease signatures in monozygotic twins||Burkhard Becher||Website|
|Single cell computational biologist, Biostatitics, mathematical modelling -|
|Switzerland||University of Geneva - Geneva||DestCilia - Destination cilium: towards selective probing and perturbation of ciliary signaling||Sascha Hoogendoorn||Website|
|Chemical Biology - Postdoctoral Fellow in Chemical Biology of Ciliary Signaling|
A postdoc positions is available in the lab of Prof. Sascha Hoogendoorn in the Department of Organic Chemistry and NCCR Chemical Biology at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. The position is fully funded in the framework of ERC Starting Grant ‘DestCilia’ with an initial 1-year contract and the possibility to extend beyond that.
The Hoogendoorn lab is a recently established chemical biology lab at the University of Geneva. We are interested in the development and application of chemical tools to biological problems, in particular cellular signaling mediated by the primary cilium. We use a highly interdisciplinary approach, combining organic chemistry, molecular and cell biology, and genetics to generate new tools for, and enhance our understanding of, ciliary signaling.
Qualified applicants should have completed a relevant Ph.D. degree in Chemical Biology, Organic Chemistry or Cell Biology. The proposed project has a high interdisciplinary character and applicants are therefore expected to be motivated to complement their skillsets to reach the intended goals. Preference will be given to candidates with extensive experience in in-cell tagging strategies and cell-based assays involving synthetic constructs (e.g. PROTAC, ABPP). Knowledge of molecular biology techniques and biochemical assays is highly desired. Experience with the Hedgehog signaling pathway, cytoskeleton or cilium biology is a plus.
Good English communication skills (both written and oral) are essential. The successful candidates will join the Department of Organic Chemistry and the NCCR Chemical Biology at the University of Geneva. We offer a state-of-the-art research infrastructure, and a dynamic and inclusive lab environment.
Start date as soon as possible, upon mutual agreement.
Applications should include your complete CV, a letter of motivation stating your research interests and any research experience related to the field or a relevant field of study, and contact details of 2/3 persons for references. For more information, please contact prof. Hoogendoorn by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) - Lausanne||UNRAVEL - Unraveling the Physics of Light at Scale||Wenzel Jakob||Website|
|Research/engineering in the area of differentiable rendering - My group conducts research in the area of differentiable rendering. We develop software and algorithms that simulate light so that this simulation can then be mathematically differentiated to solve inverse problems. We develop widely used open source software, such as the Mitsuba renderer (https://github.com/mitsuba-renderer/mitsuba2). We are hiring at all levels (engineers, PhD students, postdocs). The positions require experience with computer graphics. On the engineering side, we heavily use the C++ programming language.|
|Switzerland||University of Basel - Basel||ECOSTRAT - Interrogating the diversity of gut colonization strategies in multidrug-resistant E. coli to deduce robust competitive exclusion-based treatments||Mederic Diard||Website|
|Master in biology with experience in bacteriology -|
|Switzerland||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) - Lausanne||CodeSan - Code Sanitization for Vulnerability Pruning and Exploitation Mitigation||Mathias Payer||Website|
|Our research focuses on software and systems security. Despite efforts and improvements in bug discovery techniques, some exploitable vulnerabilities will remain. We target techniques that both enable developers to discover and remove bugs and make programs resilient against the exploitation of unknown or unpatched vulnerabilities.|
To discover bugs we propose (i) sanitization techniques that enforce a security property such as memory or type safety; given concrete program input, our sanitizers then flag any property violations and (ii) fuzzing techniques that leverage static and dynamic analysis to create program inputs to explore program areas that are not yet covered through existing test cases. To protect against exploitable vulnerabilities, we focus on control-flow integrity using specific language semantics, enforcing type integrity, and protecting selective data. Under this premise, we focus on compiler-based, runtime-based, and language-based protection mechanisms and security policies that increase the resilience of applications against attacks (in the presence of software vulnerabilities). All prototypes are released as open-source and we release talks on YouTube.
We look for people with excellent systems skills that have, e.g., contributed to the Linux kernel, LLVM, or other complex systems software, researched in automated testing, fuzzing, or sanitization, or generally worked in the software/system security area. Check out the recent publications on the page along with the corresponding artifacts to see if you're a good fit. If you are, get in contact with us!
|Switzerland||University of Geneva - Versoix||FOUR ACES - Future of upper atmospheric characterisation of exoplanets with spectroscopy||David Ehrenreich||Website|
|Astrophysical data analyst or theoretician - Research position on exoplanets at the Geneva Observatory|
Applications are invited for a 6-month research position at the Department of Astronomy of the University of Geneva (aka the Geneva Observatory). The successful applicant is expected to work with the ERC-funded FOUR ACES team on the characterisation of exoplanet atmospheres using observations, theoretical modelling or a combination of both.
Setting: The Geneva Observatory is at the origin of the exoplanet field with the discovery of the first exoplanet around a solar-type star by Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz (Nobel prize 2019). Today, it offers one of the most vibrant environment worldwide for exoplanet research. Nearly 60 people contributes to the exoplanet team (www.exoplanets.ch), currently including 11 faculty members, 16 postdoctoral researchers, 16 PhD students, and 16 project staff members. Research topics include exoplanet detection, exoplanet characterization (atmospheres, interiors), planetary system dynamics, and instrumentation. Team members are directly involved into a large number of projects, including photometric instruments (CHEOPS, TESS, PLATO, NGTS), high-resolution spectrographs (HARPS, HARPS-North, NIRPS and ESPRESSO) and direct imaging (SPHERE@VLT). The exoplanet team is also part of PlanetS (www.nccr-planets.ch), a Swiss research network focused on exoplanetary science, which includes ~130 scientists from the Universities of Geneva, Bern, Zurich and the Zurich Institute of Technology. The successful applicant will be able to take advantage of this unique collaborative framework.
|Switzerland||University of Zurich - Zurich||GeoViSense - GeoViSense: Towards a transdisciplinary human sensor science of human visuo-spatial decision making with geographic information displays||Sara Irina Fabrikant||Website|
|Programmer - Programming VR/AR applications in the context of location-aware navigation assistance, using EEG, EDA/GSR etc. signals in real-time as input. Established development experience in Unity, C#, etc. necessary. Graphics, visual design, and human-computer interaction experiences are an asset, including experiences in using geospatial data.|
|Switzerland||Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research - Basel||BioMeTRe - Biophysical mechanisms of long-range transcriptional regulation||Luca Giorgetti||Website|
|Our lab studies chromosome architecture and transcriptional regulation in mammalian cells. We use molecular biology techniques, genomic engineering, live-cell microscopy and mathematical/physical modelling.|
|Switzerland||Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) - Lugano||CoMMBi - Computational Microscope on Molecular Binding: from atom to cell membrane scale||Vittorio Limongelli||Website|
|Physical Chemistry - 1 PhD position is available in the Limongelli Research Group (LRG) at University of Lugano USI (Switzerland). Master's degree in Chemistry or Physics and knowledge/experience with numerical calculations are preferred.|
The research is within the framework of the ERC CoMMBi project “Computational Microscope on Molecular Binding: from atom to cell membrane scale” and will focus on development and application of computational methods for binding free energy calculations on GPCR receptors. Information on research activities at LRG and publication list can be found at the following links:
The position is multi-year and salary above the European standard. Starting date is as soon as possible.
People interested should send an email to email@example.com including the following documents:
- List of publications
- A brief statement of interest in our research
|Switzerland||University of Basel - Basel||AimingT6SS - Mechanisms of dynamic localization of the bacterial Type 6 secretion system assembly||Marek Basler||Website|
|microbiology, bacterial cell biology and live-cell imaging as well as data analysis - Researchers at all stages with background in microbiology, bacterial cell biology and live-cell imaging as well as data analysis. Women are specifically encouraged to apply. Child support is available.|
|Switzerland||Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research - Basel||DstablizeMemory - Neural circuit mechanisms of memory destabilization||Johannes Felsenberg||Website|
|researcher (on a PhD or postdoctoral position) - The successful candidate should be highly motivated to contribute to our efforts to understand the mechanisms of memory re-evaluation. They are expected to take a leading role in 2-photon imaging experiments (data acquisition and analysis), aligned with recording behavior. Being experienced in programming and knowledgeable in using comprehensive hardware for data acquisition is required. In addition, we expect excellent communication and organization skills, and the ability to work as a team member. Prior work in the fly system is not a must.|
|Switzerland||ETH Zurich - Zurich||PonD - Particles-on-Demand for Multiscale Fluid Dynamics||Ilya Karlin||Contact||Computational fluid dynamics; Statistical mechanics; Kinetic theory - We are welcoming candidates (Post Doc and Ph D) with strong background in math, theoretical physics, computational physics or mechanical engineering to join our research on a broad range of topics: lattice Boltzmann and related particles methods for high-speed compressible flows, multiphase flows, turbulence simulations, kinetic theory, combustion and others.|
|Switzerland||University of Bern - Bern||FASERnu - Studying Neutrinos at the High Energy Frontier||Akitaka Ariga||Website|
|Detector construction, data processing, event reconstruction, 3 flavor neutrino cross section measurement - FASERnu is a new neutrino experiment at the LHC, aiming to study possible new physics effects in high energy neutrino scattering at the energy scale of TeV. You can find more info in the opening. https://www.lhep.unibe.ch/about_us/open_positions/index_eng.html|
The deadline of application is at the end of April.
|Switzerland||University of Zurich - Zurich||FLAY - Flavor Anomalies and the origin of the Yukawa couplings||Gino Isidori||Website|
|PhD student - PhD position in theoretical particle physics. Specific field: particle physics phenomenology, flavour physics.|
|Turkey||Koc University - Istanbul||SKYNOLIMIT - Ultralow power and ultra-wideband spintronics near thermodynamic limits||Mehmet Cengiz Onbasli||Website|
|Researcher in materials science, condensed matter physics (spintronics) and electrical engineering (theory, modeling and experimental) -|
|United Kingdom||University of Oxford - Oxford||ProtMind - Protecting Minds: The Right to Mental Integrity and the Ethics of Arational Influence||Thomas Douglas||Website|
|Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Philosophy or Philosophy and Law - To be advertised shortly is one 2-year Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Philosophy or Philosophy and Law. The researcher will be required to perform independent and collaborative research on the question whether and when persuasive digital technologies (such as loot boxes, microtargetted advertisements and bottomless news feeds) (a) infringe a moral right against mental interference, and/or (b) fall within the scope of of the legal human rights to mental integrity or freedom of thought. Applicants will be required to hold a PhD in philosophy, law or another closely related field.|
|United Kingdom||University of London - London||DEVMEM - Learning to remember: the development of the neural mechanisms supporting memory processing.||Francesca Cacucci||Website|
|software engineer - data scientist with neuroscientific experience or interest -|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||SmartForests - Smart Forests: Transforming Environments into Social-Political Technologies||Jennifer Gabrys||Website|
|United Kingdom||London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) - London||BIGlobal - Firm Growth and Market Power in the Global Economy||Swati Dhingra||Contact||Occasional research assistance based on standard LSE pay rates and conditions and candidate qualifications (ranging from Master's degree to PhD degree in economics and related quantitative social science).|
|United Kingdom||University of Warwick - Coventry||COMPLEXthermMA - Computational Engineering of Thermoelectric Materials with Complex Electronic Structures||Neophytos Neophytou||Website|
|Computational materials scientist - DFT, electronic transport, thermoelectric materials -|
|United Kingdom||University of London - Royal Holloway - London||NEWNEWS - New Parties on the News: How New(s) Media and New Parties Shape Attention and Electoral Support for Political Ideas||Joost Van Spanje||Website|
|Computational Social Sciences, Political Science, Communication Science - Ranging from the equivalent of research assistant to the equivalent of post-doctoral researcher. The candidate would join our research team, which currently consists of nine (9) colleagues. Assisting with, or participating in, the data collection and analysis regarding new political parties and news media in 19 countries since 1950.|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||CREWS - Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems||Philippa Steele||Website|
|Non-stipendiary visiting fellowship for scholars working on writing systems - Applications are invited for a Visiting Fellowship with the ERC-funded Project Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS, grant no. 677758), which is based in the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge. This CREWS Visiting Fellowship may be held for up to ten weeks and is intended to allow the holder to conduct a key piece of research on a theme in line with the Project’s main areas of research focus. The Fellowship does not carry a stipend or honorarium, but funding is provided to reimburse travel and accommodation expenses.|
The CREWS Project conducts innovative interdisciplinary research into writing systems used in the ancient eastern Mediterranean, with a focus on elucidating the relationship between writing and its socio-cultural context and the borrowing and adaptation of scripts as writing passed from one society to another. The PI, Dr Philippa Steele, heads a research team working on a number of case studies. Our current principal areas of focus are: the syllabic scripts of the ancient Aegean (Cretan Hieroglyphic, Linear A, Linear B and related scripts in Cyprus); the cuneiform alphabet of Ugarit and other scripts at this site; the NW Semitic linear consonantal alphabets and their descendants (e.g. Hebrew, Aramaic, Phoenician, Punic); the early Mediterranean alphabets developed from a Semitic model (especially Greek but including also the Italic and Phrygian scripts); Egyptian hieroglyphs. Our research comprises epigraphic, linguistic, archaeological and historical approaches, with each team member specialising in one or more of these disciplines.
Please see here for further information: https://crewsproject.wordpress.com/visiting-fellowship-scheme/
Please note that the fellowship carries no stipend but that we aim to pay full travel costs and full or partial accommodation costs for the period of the fellowship, depending on available funds.
We would be happy to consider late applications in the context of ERC for Refugees initiative.
|United Kingdom||University of Sussex - Brighton||BayesianGDPR - Bayesian Models and Algorithms for Fairness and Transparency||Novi Quadrianto||Website|
|Machine learning, computer vision - We have several open positions for postdoctoral researchers, visiting researchers, and PhD students in the scope of the ERC project BayesianGDPR ("Bayesian Models and Algorithms for Fairness and Transparency"). It involves the development of novel inference and computational methods towards the realisation of fair and transparent machine learning and computer vision systems in static and dynamic settings. In particular, the project will focus on Bayesian methods and their "deep" extension.|
Three research directions are:
1) Fairness under uncertainty in a static setting. Developing a machine learning framework for addressing fairness in classification problems and beyond, and under uncertainty about data, models, and predictions about future data.
2) Fairness under uncertainty in a dynamic setting. Extending the framework to a setting where data points arrive over time, and models have to be dynamically updated when taking general feedback.
3) Transparency in fairness. Ensuring a human could understand how non-discrimination is defined and achieved by using, among others, uncertainty estimates for building interpretable models and/or explicitly explaining about changes being made to the models to enforce non-discriminatory principles. The specific roles assigned to the project members will take into account their research interests and their background.
|United Kingdom||University of Oxford - Oxford||ELECTROLYTE - The Electrolytic Revolution: Harnessing Coulomb Physics and Soft Matter Chemistry to Design Electrolyte Materials||Susan Perkin||Website|
|experimental and theoretical research relating to physical chemistry of electrolytes - Contact Susan Perkin by email with CV for details of possible openings.|
|United Kingdom||University of Edinburgh - Edinburgh||SweetVision - Envisioning the Reward: Neuronal circuits for goal-directed learning||Nathalie Rochefort||Website|
|Research assistant -|
|United Kingdom||University of Exeter - Exeter||LASTJOURNEY - The End of the Journey: The Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene Colonisation of South America||Jose Iriarte||Website|
|Rock art specialist/ Specialist in recording and analysing graphical art - Analysis of pre-Columbian rock art from the Colombian Amazon.|
Any expert on rock art or art in the broadest sense can do it with proper training.
|United Kingdom||Lancaster University - Lancaster||Mesophone - Vibrating carbon nanotubes for probing quantum systems at the mesoscale||Edward Laird||Website|
|I have immediate job openings in magnetic resonance and welcome enquiries even after the deadline:|
I welcome enquiries in the fields of nanomechanics and quantum electronics, in which I expect to have openings shortly.
|United Kingdom||John Innes Centre - UK - Norwich||EPISWITCH - Mechanistic basis of nucleation and spreading underlying a Polycomb-mediated epigenetic switch||Caroline Dean||Website|
|Experienced molecular biologist interested in mechanisms of epigenetic regulation - To investigate the role of a specific Arabidopsis protein influencing nucleosome plasticity and how that influences epigenetic switching|
|United Kingdom||University of East Anglia - Norwich||SELECTHAPLOID - Testing the Evolutionary Consequences of Haploid Selection in Animals||Simone Immler||Website|
|Research Technician - The newly established zebrafish facility at the School of Biological Sciences is running at a high standard and is used by several groups at the school. It is spaced out for stock breeding as well as experimental work to study genetics of reproduction in the zebrafish.|
The successful candidate will be a full member of the PI’s group (see our lab homepage for more information: https://simoneimmler.com/) and is expected to actively participate in group activities including lab meetings and journal clubs. The School of Biological Sciences (BIO) at UEA offers a vibrating research environment with a large number of research groups working on questions related to this project. The Norwich Research Park – home of BIO – hosts a number of world-leading research institutions including the Earlham Institute with its cutting-edge sequencing technology platforms.
• Organisation of the daily feeding, cleaning and health check routines.
• Preparation of live food (artemia and rotifers).
• Responsible for the monitoring of the technical aspects of the zebrafish racks.
• Performing in vitro fertilisations and microinjections
• Introduction and supervision of other lab members working with the fish
• Training and guidance of all fish users in laboratory and handling procedures.
• Coordinating feeding/cleaning schedules among users.
• Liaising with external suppliers and service providers for ordering food and equipment.
• Updating a fish facility database.
• Active assisting and input to facility planning and management.
|United Kingdom||University of Oxford - Oxford||GTBB - General Theory for Big Bayes||Judith Rousseau||Website|
|mathematical statistics - We are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Assistant, to join our group at the Department of Statistics. The Postdoctoral Research Assistant will be carrying out research for the ERC project General Theory for Big Bayes, reporting to Professor Judith Rousseau. They will provide guidance to junior members of the research group such as PhD students, and/or project volunteers.|
The aim of this project is to develop a general theory for the analysis of Bayesian methods in complex and high (or infinite) dimensional models which will cover not only fine understanding of the posterior distributions but also an analysis of the output of the algorithms used to implement the approaches. The main objectives of the project are (briefly): 1) Asymptotic analysis of the posterior distribution of complex high dimensional models 2) Interactions between the asymptotic theory of high dimensional posterior distributions and computational complexity. We will also enrich these theoretical developments by 3) strongly related domains of applications, namely neuroscience, terrorism and crimes and ecology.
The postholder will hold or be close to completion of a PhD/DPhil in statistics together with relevant experience. They will have the ability to manage own academic research and associated activities and have previous experience of contributing to publications/presentations. They will contribute ideas for new research projects and research income generation. Ideally, the postholder will also have experience in theoretical properties of Bayesian procedures and/or approximate Bayesian methods.
|United Kingdom||University of Exeter - Exeter||GuppyCon - Genomic basis of convergent evolution in the Trinidadian Guppy||Bonnie Fraser||Website|
|Evolutionary genetics - The College wishes to recruit a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to participate in the grant ‘Genomic basis of convergent evolution in the Trinidadian Guppy’ (EU H2020 ERC Starting grant GUPPYCon ref 758382). This post is available June 2022 to May 2023 with the possibility of extension. The successful applicant will primarily be involved in mapping ecologically important traits to the genome.|
The position will be on understanding the genetic architecture of traits that evolve rapidly and repeatably in guppies. This will involve processing and analysing the phenotypic and genomic data for quantitative genetics breeding crosses already in-hand. Therefore the applicant should have experience and/or keen interests in quantitative genetics, bioinformatics, and evolutionary biology. Application link:
|United Kingdom||University of Exeter - Exeter||GAIA-BIFROST - GAIA-BInaries: Formation and fundamental pRoperties Of Stars and planeTary systems||Stefan Kraus||Website|
|Postdoc position on Instrument Control Software & Data Analysis - The Astrophysics Group at the University of Exeter invites applications for a post funded by the European Research Council project GAIA-BIFROST (H2020 project 101003096). We are building a short-wavelength, high-spectral resolution instrument for ESO's Very Large Telescope Interferometer, named BIFROST, and plan to carry out a large survey on young stars, binaries, and planet-host stars to advance our understanding of star and planet formation. The survey will also provide a legacy data set of dynamical masses and precision ages for stars across the HR diagram.|
We search for a Postdoctoral Fellow with strong software engineering skills and ideally some instrumentation background. The fellow will take charge of the instrument software that controls the BIFROST data acquisition & observing sequences and communicates with related hardware/infrastructure. The role also includes adopting our data reduction pipeline and other software tools for data interpretation and modelling. Depending on interest and experience, the candidate might also act as lead scientist for the Exeter VLTI Expertise Centre. Candidates with a background in observational astronomy are encouraged to develop an independent research programme.
The researcher will join the instrumentation group at Exeter and benefit from rich opportunities to collaborate with local observation & theory experts and our international partners at Michigan, Leuven, Australian National University, Nice, and ESO. We regard diversity as an asset within our team, and welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds and experience.
A Ph.D. in astrophysics, software engineering, or a related discipline is required. Experience with Python and C is essential and knowledge of GTK is desirable. The post includes funding for computing & travel, and we are members of the CHARA consortium. The initial appointment will be for 3 years, ideally with a start date in September 2022, but other start dates will be considered as well.
Applications need to be submitted using the Exeter job portal (https://jobs.exeter.ac.uk, keyword P80609) and should consist of a single PDF file with cover letter, CV, publication list, and brief description of research interests.
|United Kingdom||University of Hull - Hull||Geostick - Morphodynamic Stickiness: the influence of physical and biological cohesion in sedimentary systems||Daniel Parsons||Website|
|Geoscience - Researcher position|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||ChaperoneRegulome - ChaperoneRegulome: Understanding cell-type-specificity of chaperone regulation||Ritwick Sawarkar||Website|
|Molecular cell biologist - The job involves routine molecular cell biology techniques such as mammalian cell culture, RNA/ protein analyses by qPCR and blots, and cloning. Experience of working with mouse embryonic stem cells is preferred.|
|United Kingdom||University of Oxford - Oxford||FUN2MODEL - From FUNction-based TO MOdel-based automated probabilistic reasoning for DEep Learning||Marta Kwiatkowska||Website|
|Automated verification, robustness of deep learning, AI safety -|
|United Kingdom||University of Birmingham - Birmingham||MaMoGH - The Making of Monoculture: A Global History||Frank Uekötter||Website|
|Historian or related discipline - You need to study the rise and resilience of a monoculture (without geographic specification). Please get in touch with the PI for more information.|
|United Kingdom||University of Manchester - Manchester||COSMOVIS - Cosmological Visionaries: Shamans, Scientists, and Climate Change at the Ethnic Borderlands of China and Russia||Olga Ulturgasheva||Website|
|The position will be announced this autumn and the PhD scholarship call will specify that the applications from refugee researchers from Ukraine are most welcomed and will be given special priority.|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||PhyCo - Physics-constrained adaptive learning for multi-physics optimization||Luca Magri||Contact|
|United Kingdom||University of Edinburgh - Edinburgh||SYNAPTOME - Synaptome architecture of the single neuron||Seth Grant||Website|
|Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Synapse Biology|
A full-time position is available for a talented laboratory scientist to join our team on an exciting ERC-funded project, SYNAPTOME, to uncover the synapse diversity of individual neurons in the brain. Our well-established laboratory, which is situated in Edinburgh BioQuarter, includes experts in experimental and computational neuroscience. We study the molecular basis of brain function in health and disease, in particular the role of synapse diversity (e.g. Zhu et al. 2018, Neuron 99, 781-799; Cizeron et al. 2020, Science 369, 270-275). SYNAPTOME will discover fundamental design principles inherent in the building blocks of the brain, and reveal how this architecture is established during development and damaged in genetic disorders. The project presents a unique opportunity to leverage state-of-the-art technologies to tackle the challenge of unravelling brain complexity.
Your skills and attributes for success:
• A PhD in neuroscience, molecular cell biology or related discipline
• Experience in advanced microscopy techniques and molecular imaging
• A thorough understanding of synapse biology and mammalian brain anatomy
• An outstanding team player who will thrive within a multidisciplinary, highly collaborative research group
• Excellent time management, problem solving, organisational and communication skills - The job-holder will apply molecular, genetic, biochemical and cell biology approaches, confocal microscopy and molecular imaging as the lead laboratory researcher in the ERC-funded SYNAPTOME project to characterise single-neuron synaptome architecture (SNSA) in the mammalian brain. They will design, execute and interpret experiments that uncover and characterise synapse diversity in individual neurons and their dendritic tree. They will help to develop new genetic labelling and computational approaches to identify the SNSA of specific functional types of neurons, reveal how the SNSA is built during development and how it is damaged in genetic brain disorders. Very little is known about the distribution of synapse types on individual neurons and what this actually means for brain function. These studies will uncover fundamental design principles inherent in the building blocks of the brain that link genome, proteome and synaptome with the architecture and function of individual neurons and their organisation into brain-wide networks. This work forms a key component of the lab’s research vision to understand the structural and functional diversity of synapses in the brain on multiple scales, helping to unravel brain complexity, which remains a major challenge in neuroscience.
SYNAPTOME will draw on many aspects of contemporary neuroscience research, and the job-holder will be expected to engage fully with the multidisciplinary research group, which comprises experts in molecular biology, genetics, genomics, proteomics, data management, bioinformatics, software development, modelling and state-of-the-art computational image analysis.
|United Kingdom||University of Manchester - Manchester||REALDARK - REAL-time discovery strategies for DARK matter and dark sector signals at the ATLAS detector with Run-3 LHC data||Caterina Doglioni||Website|
|Postdoctoral researcher in particle physics - The job is not yet open for applications, but its description will be very similar to this one: https://www.jobs.manchester.ac.uk/displayjob.aspx?jobid=21126.|
|United Kingdom||University of Manchester - Manchester||NEWORLDatA - Negotiating World Research Data: A science diplomacy study||Simone Turchetti||Website|
|PhD/Master in science studies, history of science and technology and related fields and disciplines - We would like to employ a postdoc/visiting researcher (qualifications sought in the job profile but different qualifications would be considered as well) for a period of up to six months to work with us on our project in one of its main site in Manchester and its other sites in Europe (see list on website). The position would be suitable to researchers interested in either historical or scientific issues (or both!). The project aims to chart the historical development of world data systems, but interested scholar can develop it based on their research interests, exploring local developments and connections between local organizations and regional or global networks. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|United Kingdom||University of Leeds - Leeds||DUST - Data Assimilation for Agent-Based Models: Applications to Civil Emergencies||Nick Malleson||Website|
|Research Fellow in Real-Time Agent-Based Modelling - You will work on a project, funded by the European Research Council, called Data Assimilation for Agent-Based Models (DUST). The utilmate aim of the project is to develop an agent-based computer simulation that can be used to model social phenomena – such as disease spread, traffic congestion, or crowding in busy public places – in real-time, providing valuable information to decision makers. Agent-based modelling is an ideal methodology for this type of simulation but has rarely been used to make real-time predictions. Hence there is an opportunity to develop models that are able to incorporate real-time data to make their short-term predictions more accurate. The project will attempt to combine cutting-edge methods in data assimilation with agent-based modelling to create accurate, real-time models for use when rapid decision making on the best available evidence is required.|
The research team is lead by Dr Nick Malleson and will be located within the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA), which is emerging as an international centre of excellence in agent-based modelling. The city of Leeds is already recognised as a hub for big data analytics in business, health care and academic research. In addition, the University is a partner in the Alan Turing Institute, which is the UK’s national institute for artificial intelligence and data science, offering exciting opportunites to for LIDA researchers to engage with scientific leaders from a range of fields.
You should have a PhD (or be very close to obtaining a PhD) in Geography, Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics – or a related discipline with a significant component of programming and/or data science – and be able to demonstrate a combination of enthusiasm and expertise in computational modelling and data analysis. Direct experience in developing and using agent-based models is not compulsory.
What does the role entail?
As Research Fellow, your main duties will include:
• Work with the project investigator, colleagues at Leeds and with partners to develop an agent-based simulation that will model a phenomena such as traffic congestion or crowding in real-time;
• Further develop and integrate new data assimilation methods, that are currently being implemented by the team, to incorporate streams of real-time data into the agent-based model to reduce uncertainty;
• Write high quality, robust, well documented computer software;
• Prepare research papers and other material for publication;
• Disseminate findings from the research project by preparing and delivering research presentations at conferences or other forums;
• Contribute to the development of new research funding applications, either in a leading role or as a co-investigator;
• Plan and manage your own research activity in collaboration with the project investigator;
• Working both independently and also as part of a larger team of researchers, engaging in knowledge-transfer activities where appropriate and feasible;
• Maintaining your own continuing professional development and acting as a mentor to less experienced colleagues as appropriate;
• Contributing to the training of both undergraduate and postgraduate students, where appropriate, including assisting with the supervision of projects in areas relevant to the project.
What will you bring to the role?
As Research Fellow you will have:
• A PhD (or be very close to obtaining a PhD) in Geography, Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, or a related discipline with a significant component of programming and/or data science;
• A demonstrable ability to develop efficient, robust and well-documented computer software and confidence in the use of a high-level, object-oriented programming language;
• An awareness of simulation techniques and enthusiasm to apply them in the context of modelling social systems;
• Skills in the acquisition, manipulation and analysis of diverse forms of spatio-temporal data (e.g. transport / mobility data, social media data streams, etc.);
• An ability to write high-quality research papers with an emerging track record in the publication of scholarly articles in peer-reviewed journals;
• Excellent communication skills including evidence of having presented work at a high academic level and an ability to explain complicated technical work to colleagues in diverse fields;
• A proven ability to work effectively with others in a multidisciplinary team environment and to manage competing demands effectively, responsibly and without close support;
• A strong commitment to your own continuous professional development.
You may also have:
• Direct experience in building agent-based models;
• Direct experience with data assimilation and/or related techniques;
• Experience in modelling the dynamics of interaction in space and time, e.g. traffic congestion or crowd behaviour.
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||ModEM - Model-guided Engineering of Complex Microbial Communities||Kiran Raosaheb Patil||Website|
|Bacterial genetics/ genetic engineering -|
|United Kingdom||University of Edinburgh - Edinburgh||PlanArt - Planning the Articulation of Spoken Utterances||Alice Turk||Contact||Experience in Phonetics OR Motor Control AND Programming - https://www.ed.ac.uk/ppls/linguistics-and-english-language/prospective/postgraduate/funding-research-students/erc-phd-studentship-articulation-spoken-utterances|
|United Kingdom||University of Bristol - Bristol||4DM - 4D Modeller||Jonathan Bamber||Website|
|Bayesian statistician - The role|
We are looking for a Research Associate / Senior Research Associate to advance the use of space-time statistical inference and develop a software tool based on an existing Bayesian inference framework that was developed within a project called GlobalMass (www.globalmass.eu). Such a tool has the potential to transform many disciplines, not just in environmental sciences, but also in areas such as public health and national security, and has the possibility to attract commercial interest, for example in extreme weather risk assessment for insurance and reinsurance. The successful candidate will work within Prof. Jonathan Bamber’s research group, the wider School of Geographical Sciences and with colleagues from the University of Bristol data science hub, the Jean Golding Institute (www.bristol.ac.uk/golding), as well as one or more commercial partners.
What will you be doing?
The Research Associate / Senior Research Associate will be responsible for adapting a Bayesian Hierarchical Model (BHM) that was designed to produce inferences for processes related to global sea level rise in space and time. The BHM has been used for a suite of experiments related to this application and the aim is to broaden and generalise its functionality to enable the software to tackle a wider class of problems related to spatio-temporal inference such as the spread of airborne pollution, or vector-borne disease or other classes of multivariate space-time inference. The project builds on a six-year European Research Council GlobalMass grant (www.globalmass.eu) and is also funded by the ERC.
|United Kingdom||University of Manchester - Manchester||RuCat - New Horizons in C–H Activation: the ‘Real-World Molecules’ Challenge||Igor Larrosa||Website|
|This project will involve the development of novel metal catalysed C–H activation based transformations. In particular, this project aims at the design and development of novel multi-metallic catalytic cycles able to form carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom bonds between two coupling partners via green activation methods, with a particular emphasis on late stage functionalisation. The successful candidates will have a PhD in chemistry, with a proven track record in catalysis, organic and/or organometallic chemistry.|
|United Kingdom||University of Nottingham - Nottingham||RECEDE - REgulating Criminal justicE DEtention: glocal prospects for improving health and safety in detention and society||Philippa Tomczak||Website|
|https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/SOC045222 - We are recruiting a Senior Research Fellow or Research Fellow to work both independently and as a key member of a committed team. The role is part of Dr Philippa Tomczak’s prestigious £1.3m, five year European Research Council Starting Grant RECEDE ‘REgulating Criminal justicE DEtention: glocal prospects for improving health and safety in detention and society’. |
Primary duties include the development of social/criminological theory, particularly processual approaches; analysis and collection of data from documents, interviews and hopefully ethnographic observation within and across detention settings; writing (first) authored publications for highly-ranked, peer-reviewed journals across academic disciplines; and contributing to the development and drafting of funding proposals.
Strong theoretical and writing abilities are essential and all candidates must already hold a PhD (not subject to any revisions).
This project benefits from proximity to Dr Tomczak's seven year UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship and international prisonHEALTH research group, along with its location within the School of Sociology and Social Policy.
The contract for this post will be offered until 30 April 2026. Part-time applications will be considered for candidates wishing to work a minimum of 29 hours per week, please indicate preferred hours in your application.
|United Kingdom||King's College London - London||LeviTeQ - Levitated Nanoparticles for Technology and Quantum Nanophysics: New frontiers in physics at the nanoscale.||James Millen||Website|
|Research Associate in Levitated Nanophysics - The Levitated Nanophysics group at King’s College London is excited to announce an opportunity to join its diverse and growing team. Our group studies the interface between quantum physics and nanotechnology. We are looking for a creative postdoctoral candidate to work on a highly collaborative set of experiments, to help shape our research vision, and to mentor PhD and Masters students. You will have the opportunity to represent our research group at national and international events, and to learn a wide range of new skills. |
You will lead, in collaboration with the group leader Dr. James Millen, activity in levitated electromechanics, where charged microparticles are levitated and controlled by electrical fields. Our goals are broad: to generate new technology in chip-based platforms, to explore fundamental non-equilibrium physics, and to simulate biological processes. Our group is active in public engagement, and you will have the opportunity to formally supervise project students.
This role is suitable for candidates with a wide range of experience, including (but not limited to) levitated optomechanics, optical trapping, ion trapping, electrical engineering, AMO physics and stochastic thermodynamics.
Within King’s, you will be part of the department of Physics, which belongs to the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences (NMES). Supporting our staff is important to us and we offer a range of provision including flexible working, caring support, and training opportunities. The university is making significant investment in the Faculty and both student and staff numbers are growing. Our staff come from over 45 countries and around 56% of our students are from outside the UK.
Further details are available at www.kcl.ac.uk/nms
The study of Physics at King's dates back to the foundation of the College in 1829. The Department is currently undergoing significant growth with substantial investment in new appointments, research infrastructure and laboratory space refurbishment. We offer a range of BSc (three-year) and MSci (four-year) undergraduate courses as well as MSc and PhD programmes.
Further information may be found at: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/physics
This post will be offered on a fixed-term contract for 2 years.
This is a full-time post.
|United Kingdom||Imperial College - London||scAnt - ScAnt - an open-source platform for the creation of 3D models of arthropods (and other small objects)||David Labonte||Website|
|Programming, Mechanical Engineering, Design - The Research Assistant will work on further developments for an openSource platform developed in our lab:|
We will update the design, produce documentation and assembly instructions, and take steps to develop a kit.
|United Kingdom||University of Exeter - Exeter||Plastinet - Plasticity of the Pluripotency Network||Austin Smith||Website|
|Data analyst/bioinformatician - Analyses of single cell transcriptomics and other 'omics datasets from embryos and embryonic stem cells of different mammals to reveal conserved features of the regulatory network of mammalian pluripotency. The role will include developing and implementing algorithms, analysis methods and visualisation tools for high dimensional data. You will work alongside experimental biologists and have the opportunity to generate testable hypotheses.|
|United Kingdom||University College London - London||Neurolive - The Neurocognition of Liveness||Guido Orgs||Website|
|Candidates should have an MSc/BSc in Psychology / Cognitive Neuroscience or a related discipline - Applications are invited for a 3-year fixed-term full-time PhD studentship on the NEUROLIVE research project (www.neurolive.info). The studentship will be supervised by Dr Guido Orgs (Goldsmiths, University of London) and Prof Daniel C. Richardson (University College London). The studentship will be based in London and will start in September 2022. |
Liveness is vital to dance, theatre and music performances – and to many other kinds of events, including political rallies, sports events, reality TV and university lectures – but what exactly sets live experiences apart from recorded, streamed or simulated ones? The NEUROLIVE project combines practices of artistic research and performance making, theories from dance, theatre and performance studies, and cognitive neuroscience methods such as mobile EEG Hyperscanning to examine the neural basis of the live experience, acknowledging the multi-faceted and culturally-specific nature of liveness in the arts and beyond.
The PhD studentship will have a specific focus on the social aspects of liveness. This includes investigating the ways in which groups of spectators interact with each other sharing attention and affect or studying how performers interact with spectators in both a traditional theatre or cinema setting, for example by “breaking the fourth wall” or directly interacting with participating spectators, as in for example standup comedy or political rallies. In this context, live performances serve as a naturalistic setting in which we can study social interactions outside the laboratory. To this end, we use wearable sensors, continuous behavioural judgements, and mobile neuroimaging to collect data from large groups of people during live events.
This position will be well suited to students with a background in psychology or cognitive neuroscience, with a keen interest in social cognition and social neuroscience. Prior experience with measures such as eye movements, EEG, skin conductance or cardiac activity is desirable.
The successful applicant will be part of an interdisciplinary research team of artists, cognitive and computer scientists and engineers all working together to develop a behavioural, psychophysiological and neural measure of liveness. The PhD will be located both at Goldsmiths and at UCL and in addition to the live performance studies will involve more traditional lab-based experiments looking at specific aspects of social liveness. A keen interest or prior practice in the performing arts (theatre/dance/music) or film is desirable.
This award covers tuition fees at the UK/home rate and provides a stipend to be paid to the student. For students who pay UK tuition fees the award will cover the tuition fees (£4500) in full plus stipend (fixed at £16000 per year – including London weighting). Students who pay international tuition fees are eligible to apply, but the applicant must make appropriate arrangements to cover the difference between the international and UK/Home tuition fee.
Applications must be received by 5PM (UK time) on 19th April 2022 and should be clearly marked ‘Neurolive PhD Studentship’. Please ensure you include a CV, personal statement and two references. Interviews will be held in person or online in May 2022, and the successful applicant will be informed as soon as possible thereafter.
Enquiries should be directed to Dr Guido Orgs (email@example.com) or Prof Daniel C. Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To apply, please visit:
For help with application procedures, please visit:
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||FunCapSys - Functional Systems of Capsules||Jonathan Nitschke||Website|
|Supramolecular chemistry, coordination chemistry, organic synthesis -|
|United Kingdom||University College London - London||BrainEnergy - Control of cerebral blood flow by capillary pericytes in health and disease||David Attwell||Website|
|Using imaging or patch-clamping to study the brain - We can use a wide range of skills, focussing on patch-clamping or imaging the function of pericytes or other cell types.|
We can also help with accommodation and a visa to enter the UK.
Languages spoken in the lab: English, German, Belarusian, Russian, Spanish, French, Hebrew, Portuguese
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||TypeFoundry - Foundations of Type Inference for Modern Programming Languages||Neel Krishnaswami||Website|
|Research into formal properties of advanced type systems - Many modern programming languages, whether developed in industry, like Rust or Java, or in academia, like Haskell or Scala, are typed. All the data in a program is classified by its type (e.g., as strings or integers), and at compile-time programs are checked for consistent usage of types, in a process called type checking. Thus, the expression 3 + 4 will be accepted, since the + operator takes two numbers as arguments, but the expression 3 + "hello" will be rejected, as it makes no sense to add a number and a string. Though this is a simple idea, sophisticated type systems can track properties like algorithmic complexity, data-race freedom, differential privacy, and data abstraction. |
In general, programmers must annotate programs to tell compilers the types to check. In theoretical calculi, it is easy to demand enough annotations to trivialize typechecking, but this can make the annotation burden unbearable: often larger than the program itself! So, to transfer results from formal calculi to new programming languages, we need type inference algorithms, which reconstruct missing data from partially-annotated programs.
However, the practice of type inference has outpaced its theory. Compiler authors have implemented many type inference systems, but the algorithms are often ad-hoc or folklore, and the specifications they are meant to meet are informal or nonexistent. The makes it hard to learn how to implement type inference, hard to build alternative implementations (whether for new compilers or analysis engines for IDEs), and hard for programmers to predict if refactorings will preserve typability.
In TYPEFOUNDRY , we will use recent developments in proof theory and semantics (like polarized type theory and call-by-push-value) to identify the theoretical structure underpinning type inference, and use this theory to build a collection of techniques for type inference capable of scaling up to the advanced type system features in both modern and future languages.
|United Kingdom||University of Southampton - Southampton||Microns2Reefs - From microns to reefs: mechanistic insights into coral biomineralisation and the fate of coral reefs||Gavin Foster||Website|
|Correlative Imaging using 3D microCT - The PDRA will be required to develop algorithms for correlative imaging between 3D microCT images of coral skeletons and 2D optical, chemical and isotopic images of the skeleton made on thin sections cut from the 3D scanned coral. Methods would also need to ensure the accurate correlation of different 2D image modalities prior to correlatoin with 3D microCT.|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||SPECs - Sustainable plasmon-enhanced catalysis||Emilie Ringe||Website|
|nanochemistry / physical chemistry -|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||Bite - SYM-BIONIC MATTER: DEVELOPING SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIPS FOR LIGHT-MATTER INTERACTION||Silvia Vignolini||Website|
|Applications are invited for Ukraine research associates at any level (from graduate, PhD to Post Doc) to work within the group of Prof. Silvia Vignolini at the Department of Chemistry. The position will be focused on the study of the optical properties of a large variety of photonic structures ranging from natural/artificial photonic crystals to highly scattering random structures.|
|United Kingdom||Imperial College - London||PASS - Program Analysis for Safe and Secure Software Evolution||Cristian Cadar||Website|
|Postdoctoral position in Program Analysis or Systems - To be posted at https://srg.doc.ic.ac.uk/vacancies/|
|United Kingdom||University of Cambridge - Cambridge||iCrime - Interdisciplinary Cybercrime Project||Alice Hutchings||Website|
|https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/34324/ - Research Assistant £27,116 - £31,406 or Research Associate £33,309 - £40,927|
Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 12 months in the first instance.
A Research Assistant/Associate position is available at the Department of Computer Science and Technology to work on the ERC-funded Interdisciplinary Cybercrime Project (iCrime). We are looking to appoint a computer scientist to join an interdisciplinary team reporting to Dr Alice Hutchings.
iCrime incorporates expertise from criminology and computer science to research cybercrime offenders, their crime type, the place (such as online black markets), and the response. Within iCrime, we sustain robust data collection infrastructure to gather unique, high quality datasets, and design novel methodologies to identify and measure criminal infrastructure at scale. This is particularly important as cybercrime changes dynamically. Overall, our approach is evaluative, critical, and data driven.
Successful applicants will work in a team to collect and analyse data, develop tools, and write research outputs. Desirable technical skills include:
Familiarity with automated data collection (web crawling and scraping) and techniques to sustain the complex data collection in adversarial environments at scale.
Excellent software engineering skills, being familiar with Python, Bash scripting, and web development, particularly NodeJS and ReactJS.
Experience in DevOps to integrate and migrate new tools within the existing ecosystem, and to automate data collection/transmission/backup pipelines.
Working knowledge of Linux/Unix.
Familiarity with large-scale databases, including relational databases and ElasticSearch.
Practical knowledge of security and privacy to keep existing systems secure and protect against data leakage.
Expertise in cybercrime research and data science/analysis is desirable, but not essential.
When submitting your application, please outline in your covering letter which of the above skills you currently possess, and what you may require training or assistance with.
Suitably experienced candidates will be considered for appointment on the Research Assistant scale. To be appointed at the Research Associate level candidates should hold a PhD or have significant relevant experience. Exceptionally, candidates with other relevant qualifications and experience may also be considered. The position includes membership of the USS pension scheme, paid teaching opportunities, and the potential to undertake private consulting work.
Good knowledge of English and communication skills are important.
We expect to notify those shortlisted for interview in May and conduct interviews shortly thereafter. The expectation is that the successful candidate will start work as soon as possible.
Informal enquiries should be directed to Alice Hutchings (email@example.com).
Click the 'Apply' button below to register an account with our recruitment system (if you have not already) and apply online.
Please ensure you upload your Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter in which you should highlight the skills you would bring to the team, and what you may require training or assistance with. If you upload any additional documents which have not been requested, we will not be able to consider these as part of your application.
Please quote reference NR30761 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
The University actively supports equality, diversity and inclusion and encourages applications from all sections of society.
The University has a responsibility to ensure that all employees are eligible to live and work in the UK.
|United Kingdom||University of Durham - Durham||NewSense - Perception with New Sensory Signals||Marko Nardini||Website|
|Postdoctoral Research Associate in visual / multisensory perception and learning. The successful candidate will have a PhD in Experimental Psychology, Psychophysics, or a related subject, and in designing, carrying out, analysing and interpreting high quality quantitative research on human perception. Fixed term contract, 26 months, £34,304-£39,739 per annum. - The job has been advertised at |
where full details are available. Applications are made via the same link.
The closing date is April 25th 2022.
|United Kingdom||University of Leicester - Leicester||DoSSE - Domestic Slavery and Sexual Exploitation in the Households of Europe, North Africa, and the Near East, from Constantine to c. AD 900 / AH 287||Erin Thomas Dailey||Website|
|Research Associate - Role: To conduct extensive and original research for the European Research Council-funded project 101001429-DoSSE (see project summary below). You will work closely with other scholars as part of an innovative research team, under the direction of the principal investigator (PI), Erin Thomas Dailey. As a Research Associate, you will play an essential role in the delivery of this major research project and contribute substantially to its outputs, thereby advancing the field of scholarship and your own research profile.|
As a Research Associate, you will apply your expertise in the historical analysis of source materials from the greater Mediterranean world (Europe, North Africa, and the Near East) in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (c. 300–900 AD) in order to investigate the sexual exploitation of people enslaved within domestic contexts. As part of a collaborative research team engaged in comparative analysis, you will deepen the scholarly understanding of this influential social practice, and contribute to a new model for interpreting the transformation of the late Roman Empire into the societies that emerged as its heirs: Latin Christendom, the Byzantine Empire, and the Islamic Caliphate.
Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience
• PhD in History or a related discipline, chronological focused on the medieval or late ancient period*
• A portfolio of relevant, peer-reviewed publications in print or forthcoming*
• Experience presenting research to fellow scholars
• Prior participation in a collaborative research project
• Experience travelling to specialist archives and research libraries
• An existing network with other scholars who might provide advice or participate in organised events
• Experience providing postgraduate supervision or similar academic guidance
• Experience in the organisation of conferences, seminars, and/or workshops
• Experience working outside of academia in other professional contexts
Skills, Abilities and Competencies
• Proficiency in English*
• Proficiency in two or more of the following ancient languages: Latin, Greek, Arabic, Syriac, Coptic, Hebrew, Aramaic*
• Evidence of working effectively as part of a team
• Evidence of the ability to work independently in pursuit of excellence in scientific research
• Evidence of continued development of subject expertise
• Excellent communication skills (clear, cordial, professional)
• Commitment to continuous professional development
• Proficiency in other relevant modern languages
• Skills in palaeography, papyrology, and/or codicology
• Budget management skills
|United Kingdom||University of Warwick - Coventry||FDC - Finite and Descriptive Combinatorics||Oleg Pikhurko||Website|
|Research visits, from 1 week to 2 months, to work in combinatorics (extremal, probabilistic, Borel/measurable) or limits of discrete structures (such as graphons, graphings, permutons, flag algebras, etc).|
|United Kingdom||University of Oxford - Oxford||GloCoBank - Global Correspondent Banking 1870-2000||Catherine Schenk||Website|
|Post-doctoral Researcher in Global Correspondent Banking 1870-2000 - South America - We are seeking a Post-Doctoral Researcher to join the team working on a major 5-year research project, Global Correspondent Banking 1870-2000 https://glocobank.web.ox.ac.uk , funded by the European Research Council Advanced Grant scheme. The Researcher will join the team from September 2022, or as soon as possible thereafter. The project is led by Professor Catherine R. Schenk at the University of Oxford. The overall objective is to analyse the changing shape of international banking networks across the 20th century using an innovative methodology that allows greater specificity and inclusion than ever before. |
Alongside a cohort of three to five Post-Doctoral researchers, the Researcher will be attached to a research stream that will use archival research and advanced statistical analysis to analyse inter-bank relations with financial centres in regions beyond the core of the international system, focussing on Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay and Chile, each of which were connected to the global system in different ways through New York and London.
You will possess sufficient specialist knowledge in a relevant discipline, which may include expertise in financial history or another cognate discipline and knowledge of the main trends in international economic history 1870-2000, economic history of Central and South America and history of international banking. You will have experience in statistical methods (e.g. R, Stata, GIS) and experience in archival research and managing data, fluency in reading Spanish, and be willing to travel to archives in the UK, USA, Europe and Central and South America where appropriate.
You will hold, or be close to completion of, a doctorate in a relevant field. You will have excellent communication and data handling skills, a demonstrable capacity for independent research, be capable of managing your own academic research and associated activities, and have previous experience of contributing to publications and/or presentations.
This post is full time, fixed-term for three years.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Professor Catherine R Schenk: Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be required to complete a supporting statement, setting out how you meet the selection criteria, curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of two referees as part of your online application.
Only applications submitted online and received before noon Friday 29th April 2022 can be considered.
Interviews will be held mid May 2022.
Committed to equality and valuing diversity
For information on how to apply see our website https://glocobank.web.ox.ac.uk/article/job-vacancy-post-doctoral-researcher-global-correspondent-banking-1870-2000-south-america or visit https://jobs.ox.ac.uk/
|United Kingdom||University of Essex - Colchester||DYNNET - Opinion Dynamics||Friederike Mengel||Website|
|I can probably offer roles as part time research assistant or postdoc but would have to check whether the ERC allows transfer across budget categories in that respect|
|United Kingdom||University of Bristol - Bristol||ELECTROBEE - Mechanisms of electroreception in bees and other terrestrial animals||Daniel Robert||Website|
|Research Scientific officer - Sensory & Physical Ecology Research Position|
A research position is available in the group of Professor Daniel Robert at the School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol, UK. The postholder will join our multidisciplinary team working on the sensory biology and physical ecology of electroreception in arthropods. The team seeks to elucidate the mechanisms subtending the capacity of some organisms to detect weak electric fields in air.
For this position, the opportunity exists to accommodate different levels of experience (pre- or post-doctoral) and various realms of expertise. The postholder could have a PhD in electronic instrumentation development or equivalent engineering or physics degree. A key asset will be the capacity to identify and solve problems in electrostatics, integrating empirical measurements with computer modelling. Alternatively, experience in sensory biology and neuroscience could also be considered. In all cases, a demonstrable track record in scientific research and publication will be an essential requirement. The potential postholder should also be able to demonstrate interest in biological research.
For further details or informal enquiry, please contact Prof D. Robert at
|United Kingdom||University of Edinburgh - Edinburgh||SYNAPTOME - Synaptome architecture of the single neuron||Seth Grant||Website|
|Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Computational Neuroscience - A full-time position is available for a talented computational scientist to join our team based at Edinburgh University Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences on an exciting ERC-funded project, SYNAPTOME, to uncover the synapse diversity of individual neurons in the brain. Our well-established laboratory, which includes experts in experimental and computational neuroscience, studies the molecular basis of brain function in health and disease, in particular the role of synapse diversity (e.g. Zhu et al. 2018, Neuron 99, 781-799; Cizeron et al. 2020, Science 369, 270-275). SYNAPTOME presents a unique opportunity to leverage state-of-the-art technologies to tackle the challenge of unravelling brain complexity.|
Full time: 35 hours per week
Fixed term: until 31 July 2025
Anticipated salary grade UE07 (£34,304-£40,927 per annum)
Your skills and attributes for success:
• A PhD in computational neuroscience or related discipline
• Experience in biomedical image data analysis
• An understanding and interest in synapse biology and brain anatomy
• An outstanding team player who will thrive within a multidisciplinary, highly collaborative research group
• Excellent time management, problem solving, organisational and communication skills
The job-holder will be the lead computational biologist on the SYNAPTOME project to characterise single-neuron synaptome architecture in the mammalian brain. They will develop, adapt and apply machine-learning and computer vision algorithms for processing large-scale, noisy biomedical imaging datasets. These form part of a laboratory and computational pipeline for capturing and processing experimental data from fluorescence microscopy images that reports synapse diversity throughout brain regions. The algorithms use distributed processing and GPU computing to detect and segment individual synaptic puncta from the microscopy images, measure their spatial distribution and classify them in an unsupervised manner into different types and subtypes according to a set of molecular and morphological parameters. The job-holder will be key in preparing project data for publication and release and will contribute to the development of computational tools and web data resources for sharing SYNAPTOME outputs with the research community (e.g. https://www.brain-synaptome.org).
SYNAPTOME will draw on many aspects of contemporary neuroscience research, and the job-holder will need to engage fully with the multidisciplinary research group, which comprises experts in molecular biology, genetics, genomics, proteomics, data management, bioinformatics, software development, modelling, and state-of-the-art computational image analysis.
|United Kingdom||University of Bristol - Bristol||PREDACTED - Predictive computational models for Enzyme Dynamics, Antimicrobial resistance, Catalysis and Thermoadaptation for Evolution and Design||Adrian Mulholland||Website|
|Postdoctoral research using computational chemistry and molecular simulations applied to enzymes - This position is to investigate enzymes using molecular modelling and simulation methods, working in the group of Prof. Adrian Mulholland. The research assistant will work closely with collaborators in computational modelling and experimental groups . The main purpose is to carry out research in molecular simulation and modelling under the supervision of Prof. Mulholland, to coordinate research projects with other modellers, to analyse and present results, including preparing them for publication, and to liaise with other researchers and students, including demonstrating computational molecular methods and assisting other researchers. The research assistant will formulate, set up, perform and analyse biomolecular simulations and mechanistic modelling on enzymes. She/he will set up and simulate biomolecular models, testing and analysing the results. The expectation is that this research will produce high impact publications and outputs, which the researcher will contribute directly to producing. The research goals will include investigation of enzyme catalytic mechanisms, analysis of substrate specificity and selectivity; contribution to molecular and protein design, including catalyst design; investigation of binding to proteins; protein conformational changes and dynamics; multiscale modelling; calculation of biomolecular properties. The researcher will contribute to the development of research projects with Prof. Mulholland, in collaboration with other researchers, working with other researchers to coordinate different types of modelling applied to goals in enzyme catalysis, design, inhibition and evolution.|
|United Kingdom||University of Sussex - Brighton||Versus - Violence Elites and Resilience in States Under Stress||Clionadh Raleigh||Website|
|African politics/conflict or methods researcher -|
|United Kingdom||London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) - London||REFUGEDEV - REFUGEES, POVERTY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH||Sandra Sequeira||Contact||Research Assistant (including pre docs) - Applicants should be completing (or have completed) a Bachelor's or Masters degree in Economics and have strong quantitative and programming skills. Candidates with experience with Arc Gis and machine learning are particularly encouraged to apply. This position is suitable for people looking to obtain experience in economic research for 1 to 2 years before applying to graduate school in economics. Research projects will be in the fields of labour, development and political economy, with a particular focus on migration in Sub Saharan Africa.|
|United Kingdom||King's College London - London||EXACTC - Solving gauge theories in 4D: Exact correlation functions from integrability||Nikolay Gromov||Contact||Specialist in integrability and correlation functions - A 1 year position could become available for specialists in integrability in spin-chains and correlation functions in the context of AdS/CFT correspondence and the problem of finding correlation function from theories such as N=4 SYM from integrability.|
|United Kingdom||Royal Veterinary College - London||FIRM - Form and Function of The Mitochondrial Retrograde Response||Michelangelo Campanella||Contact||Postdoctoral Researchers, Master and PhD Students, Technicians and Visiting Scientists: all welcome. - We welcome highly motivated, creative, and collaborative individual, capable of independent reasoning and excited about innovative avenues of research.|
The hosting group aims at disentangling the complexity of mitochondrial retrocomunication with the nucleus in mammalian cells. The generous efforts of research are precisely focused to insight the re-modelled mitochondrial lipid signalling and morphology which leads to the physical interaction with the nucleus. More on the goals and ethos of the group can be found at: https://www.michelangelocampanella.com/
The project supported by the European Research Council focuses on the definition of the molecular nature, metabolic regulation and physiopathological role of the points of contact between mitochondria and nucleus established during the communication between the two organelles.
The successful candidate will answer important questions using advanced methods in research in cell biology. Above all he/she will be welcome into a proactive and supportive learning environment in which wellbeing is cherished to empower discussion, interaction and cooperation.
Please do contact us.
On Behalf of the Mitochondrial Cell Biology and Pharmacology Group
|United Kingdom||University of Manchester - Manchester||Programmable Matter - New materials enabled by programmable two-dimensional chemical reactions across van der Waals gap||Artem Mishchenko||Website|
|The project is funded by ERC Consolidator Grant Programmable Matter and will be conducted within the Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester. The successful candidate will join the Condensed Matter Physics Group, based in the Schuster Building and the National Graphene Institute to undertake a range of projects related to quantum physics of 2D materials and van der Waals heterostructures. - Quantum materials, in which emergent phenomena play a crucial role, are at the forefront of condensed matter physics. They provide an enticing playground to explore topology, strong correlations, and other non-trivial phenomena. In the context of quantum materials, a novel class of artificial heterostructures based on 2D atomic crystals – van der Waals (vdW) heterostructures – offer plenty of advantages. The accessibility of van der Waals technology enabled a breakthrough in the field of 2D research – hundreds of novel materials have been reported during the last several years. 2D crystals brought into direct contact with one another in a vdW heterostructure offer precise nanoscale control at the interfaces. This can be done by utilising a long-range order of the surfaces of crystals, and by exploiting external parameters (including strong electric and magnetic fields, light stimulation, high pressure, etc.) which can be applied to control the interactions. In 2D crystals, these external parameters can be adjusted locally at the interface, by patterning the crystals using, for instance, standard lithography techniques, or by resorting to moiré periodicity controlled by a lattice mismatch and a twist angle between the crystals (twistronics). Thus, the properties of 2D materials can be pre-programmed by manipulating electronic band structures, tuning topology via Berry curvature, adjusting valley physics in spin-valley locked systems, controlling chirality, and using many other methods, to effectively steer a quantum material towards a desirable state. |
The successful applicant will join a dynamic research group in Manchester to focus on quantum transport measurements and many-body physics in these vdW materials, searching for new physics and applications. The range of potential materials and controls is very large, some of the interesting systems include heterostructures of transition metal chalcogenides (TMC) with a rich phase diagram of quantum states including hidden quantum order phases, tunable charge-, spin-, or valley-density wave states. Furthermore, TMCs are known for their strongly bound excitons, where exciton condensation is expected, potentially leading to optically controlled superconductivity, which enables new device concepts. Bipolarons and other quasiparticles promising for condensation could also be created in carefully designed van der Waals heterostructures, where 2D semiconductors, superconductors, insulators, and ferromagnets can be brought together, resulting in a system with tunable interaction strength and topology.
|United Kingdom||University College London - London||CAD4FACE - Computational modelling for personalised treatment of congenital craniofacial abnormalities||Silvia Schievano||Contact|