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0 Link Technicians at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI - NP) Scope of Work: The ELI-NP Technician will ensure the technical support for the equipment and the experiments during both the implementation and the operational phases of ELI-NP. Main responsibilities: \- Acquiring the necessary knowledge and getting sufficient expertise for monitoring the functioning of the installation and of the equipment. In this context, some of the Technicians will benefit from training at the equipment suppliers regarding the assembling, testing and commissioning of the equipment. Therefore, these candidates should be available to travel and work abroad for a definite period of time; \- Providing technical support for scientific and engineering activities; \- Providing technical support for intermediate and final delivery-taking stages; \- Providing the technical support for the preparation and development of the experimental setups; \- Providing assistance and technical support during the operational phase to maintain the best performance of the ELI-NP systems. Tasks: \- Providing technical support from ELI-NP during installation and commissioning of the equipment, in the operational phase, participation to Infrastructure operation and maintenance; \- Participating to the preparation of technical documents and reports; \- Providing technical assistance for the activity of researchers and engineers; \- Performing specific technical tasks as well as the installation of equipment and components related to experiments and auxiliary laboratories; \- Actively and efficiently involving in the dialog and communication within the ELI-NP team and promoting a harmonious collaboration framework. Other Full-time 2022-01-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
1 Link Post-Doctoral Research Assistants at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) Post-doctoral research assistants will ensure part of the scientific expertise needed to prepare the ELI-NP experiments. Post-doctoral research assistants will pursue their activity in the working groups led by Research Scientists, while the personal initiative concerning scientific research will be also encouraged. Main responsabilities: • Improving scientific knowledge and competencies in ELI-NP research topics. • Performing specific tasks within the Research Departments led by a Research Scientist; • Participating in scientific meetings and conferences; • Participating in the implementation of the Technical Design Reports (TDRs) for ELI-NP experiments; • Participating in specific activities during the installation and commissioning phase; • Providing support for the preparation of the technical documents for the acceptance of Project’s deliverables. Physics Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
2 Link Junior Researcher at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) [ Research Scientist (CS) and Research Scientist III (CSIII) ] Junior Researchers will ensure part of the scientific expertise needed in the operation and development of the experiments of ELI-NP. Junior Researchers will pursue their activity in working groups led by Senior Researchers, while the personal research and collaboration initiative will be encouraged. Main responsibilities: Junior Researchers will: \- Participate to research activities led by Senior Researchers; \- Take part in scientific meetings and conferences; \- Take part in the definition and development of the ELI-NP experimental areas. Main tasks: \- Performing the specific tasks within the Research Departments led by a Senior Researcher; \- Participating in scientific meetings and conferences; \- Participating in the implementation of the Technical Design Reports (TDRs) of the experimental areas of ELI-NP. \- Participating in the specific activities during commissioning and installation phase; \- Providing support for the preparation of the technical documents for the acceptance of Project’s deliverables; \- Actively and efficiently involving in the dialog and communication within the ELI-NP team and promoting a harmonious collaboration framework. Physics Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
3 Link Senior Researcher at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) [Research Scientist II (CSII) and Research Scientist I (CSI)] Main responsibilities: During the implementation phase, Senior Researchers will: \- Collaborate with the Heads of Research Departments for building up the research teams and defining the scientific topics; \- Participate in the decision making process regarding the scientific strategy of ELI-NP; \- Elaborate and participate in the development of the experimental set-ups; \- Participate in the decisions, specifications, acquisition and implementation of the ELI-NP equipment; \- Elaborate operation, maintenance and/or safety procedure for the ELI-NP During the operational phase, Senior Researchers will: \- Lead the research teams in performig the research experiments and/or lead operation and maintenance team in their work \- Foster the collaboration with external research teams; \- Identify topics of scientific interest, correlating the knowledge and experience in the fields of ELI-NP and shaping the main directions of research; \- Contribute to the creation of a new pool of specialists in a unique field of research which is at the top border of scientific knowledge. \- Participate in the decision of upgrades strategies and follow up with their implementation Main tasks: \- Proposing topics of research relevant for ELI-NP \- Advising the Head of Research Departments on the specific research field(s) within their areas of expertise; \- Coordinating the activity of PhD students; \- Participating in the scientific strategy meetings of ELI-NP and in scientific events; \- Participating with leading roles in the elaboration of the experiments of ELI-NP; \- Participating in the preparation of the specification of equipment to be developed or acquired for ELI-NP; \- Maintaining and enhancing the existing scientific collaborations and establishing new ones; \- Leading teams of researchers and engineers in measuring the equipment’s parameters and assessing the fulfilment of the technical requirements; \- Actively and efficiently involving in the dialog and communication within the ELI-NP team and promoting a harmonious collaboration frame work Physics Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
4 Link Doctoral Research Assistants (PhD Students) at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI - NP) Position Description The Doctoral research assistants (PhD Students) will pursue their activity in the working groups led by Research Scientists, in order to train skills and prepare their PhD thesis. Main responsibilities \- Improving scientific knowledge and competencies in ELI-NP research topics and getting familiar with the project research field; \- Performing all activities preceding the preparation of the PhD thesis and conceiving and preparing the PhD thesis in accordance with the ELI-NP research topics; \- Completing the PhD thesis in due time; \- Performing specific tasks within the Research Activity led by a Research Scientist in accordance with the PhD thesis subject; \- Participating in scientific events and schools intended for young researchers; \- Acquiring skills for communicating/presenting information regarding to research activity performed and the scientific article writing activity; \- Participating in the implementation of the Technical Design Reports (TDRs) for ELI-NP experiments, especially learning practices and methods to prepare the technical/conceptual design documentation; -Participating in specific activities during the installation and commissioning phase; Job requirements: \- Enrolled as PhD Student in Physics/Engineer of interest for ELI-NP; \- Excellent results obtained during the studies graduated; \- Strongly motivated to develop a scientific research career; -Good knowledge of the scientific field relevant for ELI-NP; \- Fluent in English; \- Proven teamwork experience, communication and efficient collaboration skills. Physics Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
5 Link Laser Engineers/Physicist at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) Scope of work During the implementation phase, laser engineers/physicists will participate in all activities of factory testing, installation and commissioning of the HPLS (High Power Laser System) and LBTS (Laser Beam Transport System). They will participate in all training activities provided by the HPLS and LBTS suppliers related to laser systems. During the operational phase, the laser engineers/physicists will ensure the smooth operation of the HPLS and LBTS, and they will play an active role in the design and implementation of the planned upgrades of the HPLS. Main responsibilities: In the implementation phase: The engineers/physicists will gather the knowledge and experience necessary to ensure the operation of the infrastructure and of the related equipment. In this context, they will benefit from training provided by the suppliers of the equipment regarding the assembling, testing and commissioning of the equipment, Ensuring the best and efficient collaboration and dialogue between the research staff and the suppliers of the respective equipment and various services, Ensuring the conformity of the activities with the standards in the field. In the operational phase: Maintaining the performances of the ELI-NP equipment and systems to the desired level, Actively participating in the technological development activities performed at ELI-NP, Providing the technical support for the experiments. Main tasks: Participate in all activities related to installation, testing and commissioning of the high power laser systems (HPLS and LBTS), Actively participate in the development activities related to laser systems, Provide technical support for high power laser related experiments, Actively and efficiently get involved in dialogue and communicate within the ELI-NP team, promoting a harmonious collaboration framework. Engineering Full-time 2022-01-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
6 Link Engineer/Physicist - Laser and Optical Systems **Scope of work:** * During the implementation phase the successful candidate will participate in all activities of factory testing, installation and commissioning of the Variable Energy Gamma-ray System (VEGA) components. He/she will participate in all training activities provided by the VEGA supplier related to the above-mentioned components * During the operation phase the successful candidate will ensure the smooth operation of the Variable Energy Gamma-ray System (VEGA) components and will play an active role in their further developments and upgrades **Main Responsabilities:** **In the implementation phase:** \- The engineers/physicists will gather the knowledge and experience necessary to ensure the operation of the infrastructure and of the related equipment. In this context, they will benefit from training provided by the suppliers of the equipment regarding the assembling, testing and commissioning of the equipment. Therefore, the candidates will have to be available to travel and work abroad for a determined period of time \- Ensuring the best and efficient collaboration and dialogue between the research staff and the suppliers of the respective equipment and various services \- Ensuring the conformity of the activities with the standards in the field **In the operational phase:** \- Maintaining the performances of the ELI-NP equipment and systems to the desired level \- Actively participating in the technological development activities performed at ELI-NP \- Providing the technical support for the experiments **Main Task:** \- Acquiring the knowledge and experience necessary to ensure the proper operation of the lasers systems, and their components and devices \- Participation at all the stages of installation, tests, and start-up of the lasers systems, and their components and devices \- Documents and reports the work done on the lasers systems during all stages of the installation, tests, and start-up of the systems \- Use the test and measurement equipment to verify the laser systems components and devices performance and integrity \- Measuring, tuning, testing and repairing the laser systems components \- Set-up, operation, calibration and maintenance of the laser systems for Variable Energy Gamma-ray System (VEGA), their components and devices \- Maintains the documentation records for assembly, repair, testing of the laser systems components and devices \- Contributes to planning the tests, upgrades, purchasing, assembly of the new equipment and devices \- Ensures the compliance of the operations with environmental, safety, health and quality program requirements \- Participates to tests of the systems components and devices at supplier premises \- The successful candidate will have the opportunity to benefit from training in system operation provided by the supplier of the laser systems or by laser specialists from the general contractor \- During the operational phase the laser systems engineer/physicist will support the laser systems and circulators group in optimization and maintenance of the laser systems of the Variable Energy Gamma-ray System (VEGA). He/she will interact with the staff and facility users to ensure optimal operation of the laser system according to requirements, and to minimize the downtimes Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
7 Link Post-Doctoral Researcher Position at the Cryptography, Security & Privacy Research Group Cryptography, Security & Privacy Research Group at Koç University has **one opening** at the post-doctoral researcher level. **Accepted applicants may receive competitive salary, housing (accommodation) support, health insurance, computer, travel support, and lunch meal card.** Your duties are performing research on cryptography, security, and privacy in line with our research group's focus, and direct graduate and undergraduate students in their research and teaching. The project funding is related to **cryptography** , **game theory and mechanism design** , and **blockchain technologies**. Applicants are expected to have already obtained their Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science or related discipline with a thesis topic related to the duties above. For more information about joining our group and projects, visit Submit your application via email including * _full CV,_ __ * _transcripts,_ * _1-3 sample publications where you are the main author,_ * _a detailed research proposal,_ * _and 2-3 reference letters sent directly by the referees_. Application and start dates are flexible. Computer science Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Turkey e-mail
8 Link TECNIOSPRING PLUS Mobility programme TECNIOspring PLUS call 2017 coming up TECNIOspring PLUS is a mobility programme co-funded by the H2020 of the European Union, that aims at fostering the mobility of experienced researchers. The programme is managed by ACCIÓ, the executive public Agency for the Innovation and Internationalisation of Catalan companies, attached to the Government of Catalonia. TECNIOSPRING PLUS offers experienced researchers 2-year employment contracts in order to develop an applied research project with focus on technology transfer. Fellows may join a company, research or technology centre in Catalonia belonging to the TECNIO network, and/or a research or technology centre or R&D department of a private company anywhere in the world. More information coming soon on [www.tecniospring.eu](http://www.tecniospring.eu). Interested candidates may contact [tecniospring.accio@gencat.cat](mailto:tecniospring.accio@gencat.cat). Applications from women are encouraged. Chemistry Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Spain website
9 Link New Media and Pervasive Systems PhD Programme The increasing Internet pervasiveness as communication and social media is changing the daily routines of today's Information Society. The impact of this active participation is the consequence of two fundamental principles of Informatics Sciences: i) a fast-paced evolution of Internet services and architectures; ii) a wider interaction and immersion of the Internet user, as integrating part of these services, and technologies. NEMPS has as main goal to train individuals within the context of Informatics Sciences and has a total minimum duration of 3 consecutive years, full time, and a maximum duration of 4 years. The programme comprises 2 main parts: Curricular Component: a total of 60 ECTS are split across two semesters (each holding 30 ECTS). Research Component: a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 3, this is the part dedicated to the thesis work, which will end with the presentation of the doctoral thesis. Computer science Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Bermuda e-mail
10 Link BIOTEC Post-doctoral Fellowship 2015 - 2016 BIOTEC is seeking post-doctoral researchers in the following positions: Position 1: Computer-aided drug design for new effective PfDHFR inhibitors Position 2: Mechanisms of resistance to the brown planthopper (BHP) in rice Position 3: Development of enzyme formulation platform for accelerating commercialization of local enzymes to industry Position 4: Drug Lead Discovery from Fungal Sources in Thailand and Synthetic Lead Modification All positions are opened to Thai and international applicants. Biological sciences Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Thailand website
11 Link New positions for BIOTEC post-doctoral fellowship 2015 - 2016 BIOTEC is seeking post-doctoral researchers in the following positions: Position 1: Mechanisms of resistance to the Brown planthopper (BHP) in rice Position 2: Development of enzyme formulation platform for accelerating commercialization of local enzymes to industry Position 3: Drug Lead Discovery from Fungal Sources in Thailand and Synthetic Lead Modification Both Thai and international applicants are welcome. Biological sciences Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Thailand website
12 Link Paediatric - Youth Psychiatrist On behalf of one of our clients, a psychiatric institutions situated in the southern part of the Netherlands, we are seeking a (European) full-time allround Paediatric - Youth Psychiatrist We offer • The opportunity to conduct both outpatient treatments and clinical work • Practice modern psychiatry • Working conditions: • A pleasant and professional working climate • An income that is amongst the highest incomes for specialist consultants in Europe • A high net income due to a 30% tax discount (up to 10 years) • Vacation allowance • 6 – 8 weeks paid vacation per year • Extra allowances for performing on-call duties • A 36 hour working week • Fixed budget for additional training courses and congress visits • A pension scheme • Attractive health care insurance package • 70% – 100% salary payment during illness Your profile • All-round Paediatric - Youth Psychiatrist with specialized education and/or work experience in this field • The ability to work in a multidisciplinary team • Strong communicatie skills Our services • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract • Suitable housing for you and your family • Training in the Dutch language • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in the Netherlands or Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in the Netherlands or Belgium • Objective information on living and working life in the Netherlands or Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-24 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Netherlands e-mail
13 Link FMI International PhD Program CUTTING-EDGE RESEARCH ON THE MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BASIS OF HUMAN DISEASE Affiliated with the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research and the University of Basel, the FMI is at the interface of academic research and biomedical application. FMI students are exposed to the latest in molecular approaches, and are encouraged to examine the biomedical application of their discoveries. The FMI International PhD Program provides advanced, interdisciplinary training in epigenetics, neurobiology and quantitative biology. Students receive theoretical and practical training, and conduct a research project under the supervision of an FMI Group leader and monitored by a Thesis Committee of university professors and experts. The FMI has excellent technical resources. Students learn advanced techniques and are introduced to experimental analysis at multiple levels of biological organization. Fall call deadline is Nov 20, 2016. Further information at . Biological sciences Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Switzerland website
14 Link Daphne Jackson Fellowships for STEM returners Daphne Jackson Fellowships enable talented women and men to return to the scientific research workforce after a career break of two or more years taken for family, caring or health reasons. Left the lab but want to return? Had to put your career on ice and looking for a way to restart it? If so, the Daphne Jackson Trust may be able to help. The Daphne Jackson Trust is the UK’s leading organisation dedicated to realising the potential of scientists and engineers returning to research following a career break. We offer flexible, part-time fellowships in universities and research institutes in the United Kingdom. Daphne Jackson Fellowships are unique - They offer STEM professionals wishing to return to a research career the opportunity to balance an individually tailored retraining programme with a challenging research project in a suitably supportive environment. The unparalleled support offered by the Trust's Fellowship Advisors and administrative staff, coupled with mentoring and retraining provided during the Fellowship, give returners the confidence and skills they need to successfully return to research. All Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 United Kingdom website
15 Link International Graduate School on Neuroscience and Immunology The international Graduate school on Analysis, Imaging, and Modelling of Neuronal and Inflammatory Processes (ABINEP) is based on the internationally recognized research foci in Neurosciences and Immunology of the University of Magdeburg (OVGU). ABINEP aims at educating excellent international PhD student candidates in either of the 4 ABINEP topical modules: 1) Neuroinflammation: Inflammatory processes in neurodegeneration (5 stipends) 2) Neurophysiology and Computational Modelling of Neuronal Networks (5 stipends) 3) Immunosenescence: Infection and immunity in the context of aging (6 stipends) 4) Human Brain Imaging for diagnosing neurocognitive disorders (5 stipends) (Please assign your application clearly to one of these modules) ABINEP is funded by the Ministery for Economics, Science, and Digitization of the State Saxony-Anhalt, and by the European Fonds for Social and Regional Development (EFRE, ESF) Neurosciences Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Germany e-mail
16 Link 18 PhD student positions in an International Graduate School of Medical Engineering and Engineering Materials The Otto-von-Guericke-University aims to bring together two intriguing fields of re-search: Knowledge-based medical imaging and reconstruction and engineering materials: processing, microstructure, simulation, prediction. In order to generate synergies in both fields, they established a joined Graduate School for Medical engineering and engineering Materials (MEMoRIAL). To further strengthen the international interconnection of these research foci, MEMoRIAL aims to educate excellent international PhD student candidates in each of the two MEMoRIAL topical modules: 1) Medical Imaging: Methods to generate anatomical images of a patient’s organ or of the entire patient for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. (8 scholarships) 2) Material Science: developing new materials, analytical methods and derive detailed understanding of the material’s behavior in complex mechanical stress situations (10 scholarships) Engineering Other 2999-01-01T23:59:59+01:00 Germany e-mail
17 Link PhD in the discipline of Transport or Machine Construction Kandydaci, którzy posiadają tytuł doktora nauk technicznych w dyscyplinie transportu lub budowy i eksploatacji maszyn, osiągnięć naukowych i doświadczeń zawodowych w transporcie, a także doświadczenie w nauczaniu w pokrewnych przedmiotów w transporcie, mogą być dopuszczone do konkursu. Kandydat musi spełniać wymogi określone w art. 109 sekcji 1 i sztuki. 129. Ustawa z dnia 27 lipca 2005 roku Prawo o szkolnictwie wyższym (Dz.U. Nr 164, poz 1365 z późniejszymi zmianami). Dokumentacja musi być złożone zgodnie z wymaganiami i procedurami przewidzianymi w Statucie im Państwowej Wyższej Szkoły Zawodowej. Zgodnie z uchwałą Senatu PPS z dnia 22 grudnia 2016 NO. V / 25/16 z dnia 22 grudnia 2016 oraz treść załączników zawartych w zarządzeniu Rektora im Państwowej Wyższej Szkoły Zawodowej. Stanisława Staszica w Pile nr. 11/12 z dnia 26 kwietnia 2012 roku w sprawie regulaminu konkursu dla nauczycieli akademickich zatrudnionych w IM Państwowej Wyższej Szkoły Zawodowej. Stanisława Staszica w Pile. \- podstawowe miejsce pracy Engineering Full-time 2022-05-31T23:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
18 Link Research Engineer Customised Production 4.0 _**You will re-design assembly systems and virtualise workflows for the factory of the future.**_ Flanders Make supports manufacturing companies in their struggle to face ‘mass customisation’ and in their evolution towards ‘the factory of the future’. This requires not only a digital transformation process (Industry 4.0) but also an entirely different way of thinking. Items addressed include: zero configuration time, zero defect & zero downtime, enhancement of operator work & wellbeing, digital twins throughout the lifecycle for predictive quality & maintenance and ‘The Industrial Internet of Things’ (IIoT) using big data in a flexible network. ## **Virtually design the flexible assembly work cell of the future** For new industry innovations, you will * Work together in a research team that combines expertise in numerical modelling, optimisation, control, intelligent model-based development methods, embedded software, data analytics, robotics and signal processing; * Play a key role in analysing and simulating the product flow as well as the operator experience in variable setups. Together with the team, you will * Introduce the possibilities of new technologies for flexible assembly (e.g. one-piece process flow, modular and reconfigurable work cells using component tagging, data-driven reconfigurations, etc.). Supportive technological innovations such as collaborative robots, digital work instructions and AR applications are considered as available resources in the new layout. * Choose a new conceptual design solution and optimise the design parameters as a function of an optimal product performance and assemblability. * Check theoretical results in real-life conditions **in our expanding Co-creation Centre with Industry 4.0 manufacturing facilities (Kortrijk).** * Trace and present industrial challenges and new research opportunities. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
19 Link Optimization Research Scientist (Leuven, Lommel or Kortrijk) **_You generate alternative designs for complex products (machines, vehicles…) and assembly cells by exploring and prototyping mathematical optimisation techniques_** Companies are looking forward to take the next step towards an innovative design process. As a researcher in multidisciplinary design optimisation, you will have the opportunity to work on challenging optimisation problems and apply various optimisation techniques to generate solutions for machine designers. Typical design problems are constraint-based and multi-objective, requiring advanced non-linear mixed-integer solvers. Focusing on knowledge-based engineering tools for high-tech machine and vehicle design, you will * Work together in a research team combining expertise in signal processing, computer vision, mechatronics, robotics, machine learning, artificial intelligence and modelling of cyber-physical systems; * Define adequate models to capture the essence of a problem in the early stages of the design process and identify the parameters linked to machine or vehicle behaviour; * Solve (multi-objective) optimisation problems using methods such as, among others, convex optimisation, constraint programming, non-linear programming… Decision variables can be continuous and/or discrete; * Programme, implement, test and verify the performance of these methodologies using prototype tools developed in Cplex, MiniZinc, ASP, Matlab, Python, OR-tools and suchlike. You look for all the relevant parameters in the mechanics of the application. Here is an example project; Computer science Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium website
20 Link PhD Studentships in synthetic biology/biocatalysis Our group is moving to University of Portsmouth with a continuing collaboration and research involvement with the University of Warwick. This advertisement is to invite applications for PhD positions in our group at the University of Portsmouth (2021 September or 2022 January session). Projects is in the interdisciplinary areas of synthetic biology, biocatalysis and structural biology. The PhD student will be placed at the internationally renowned research centres at both Universities including, Centre for Enzyme Innovation (CEI), Chemical Biology Research Facility (CBRF) and Warwick Integrative Synthetic Biology Centre (WISB) [https://www.port.ac.uk/research/research-centres-and-groups/centre- for-e...](https://www.port.ac.uk/research/research-centres-and-groups/centre- for-enzyme-innovation) ## **Eligibility** Applications are encouraged from UK, EU and international students only with **exceptional qualification/publications** and **research experience. For 2021 September and 2022 January intake we only prefer candidate with an international PhD Scholarship or ability to secure one.** Candidates with a post-graduate degree in Life/ Chemical/ biological/Pharmaceutical/ Medical Sciences are eligible to apply. Students with outstanding academic records and graduating from a nationally leading institution are most welcome. We encourage the candidate who is among the top 5% of students in their class with one or more publications in the relevant field and who has secured scholarships through out their studies. Interested students with research experience and qualification please contact us directly with CV (MAX) including grades and research experience. The candidates are advised to ensure that they provide a list of three academic referees whom we could contact to assess the candidate. ## **Deadline** 30th August 2021 (for September intake) and 30th November 2021 (for January intake) Biological sciences Full-time 2021-08-30T00:00:00+02:00 United Kingdom e-mail
21 Link Robotics Research Engineer (Leuven, Kortrijk or Lommel) **_As a robotics research engineer, you develop assembly control strategies and_** ** _explore the opportunities offered by state-of-the-art robot & cobot applications_** ** _._** Companies aiming for their transition to Industry 4.0 collaborate with Flanders Make to develop smart factory production systems where robots can work safely alongside humans. We design and develop prototype work cells for production systems. **Develop novel robot applications for industry 4.0 work cells** As an expert in robot programming or robot control, you: * Work together in a research team combining expertise in software architectures, controls, sensing and layout of work cells; * Work together with your team to address “assembly” challenges for real industry cases. The operator will be supported by cobots (KUKA LBR iiwa...), mobile robots (KUKA KMR iiwa...), two-armed robots (ABB Yumi…), logistic robots and AGVs (for transporting goods and pallets), etc.; * Take the lead in developing the control system for these robots. More concretely, you: * Explore state-of-the-art collaborative robot applications and make proposals for their implementation in such a way that the industry benefits from them by improving current solutions in terms of flexibility, productivity and safety; * Define and develop the online or real-time control strategy for robots and cobots (position control, force control, impedance control) and for component handling and gripping applications (suction cup, magnetic gripper, gripping hand…); * Test and improve operational functionalities (sensors, software, control strategies…). Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium website
22 Link Pulmonologist You will work in a Danish hospital with stable surroundings, attractive working conditions, possibilities for professional development, a better work- life balance and a future life and career in one of Europe’s top welfare states, in Scandinavia. What can you expect? Permanent contract regulated by the Danish collective agreement Minimum yearly salary: 104.000 Euro (including pension benefits) 37 hour working week 6 weeks paid holiday Quality recruitment shaped to your needs A free, intensive language course and Danish Medical Language Programme with 800 Euros settlement assistance and free accommodation in Budapest prior to work start 70 Euros extra support per child and free childcare for nursery and kindergarten aged children in a professional kindergarten near our facilities during your stay in Budapest Language course for your spouse and elderly children Permanent contract A short trip to Denmark prior to the language course, where you will have the opportunity to visit your future work place and living area Cultural teaching prior to departure Assistance in administrative processes when moving to Denmark Assistance in finding accommodation, kindergarten/school and employment for your family in Denmark Requirements: Experience in pulmonary medicine or specialization in respiratory medicine Fluent in English Motivated for living and working abroad To Apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference DN-26 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Denmark e-mail
23 Link ERC Consolidator Project “ARTISTIC”: Opening PhD and postdoctoral positions PhD and postdoctoral positions are available within the framework of the ERC Consolidator project “Advanced and Reusable Theory for the In Silico optimization of composite electrode fabrication processes for rechargeable battery Technologies with Innovative Chemistries” (ARTISTIC) lead by Prof. Alejandro A. Franco at the Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides (UMR CNRS 7314, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France) (). The objective of this project is to develop a computational platform for the prediction of optimal fabrication processes and electrochemical performance of lithium ion battery electrodes. The recruited PhD students and postdocs will be outstanding individuals, highly dynamic, creative and motivated to join an international project team of excellence addressing highly challenging research tasks coupling computational modeling with experimental activities. PhD and postdoctoral candidates on the topic of modeling are required to have: * Excellent skills in theoretical physics, and physical-chemistry and/or electrochemistry. Experience in the battery field will be a plus; * Excellent skills and/or deep experience in programming ( _e.g._ Python, CUDA) and in using scientific calculation techniques ( _e.g_. coarse grained molecular dynamics, kinetic Monte Carlo, lattice Boltzmann, continuum modeling) and software ( _e.g._ Matlab, COMSOL Multiphysics, LAMMPS, GROMACS); * Skills on parallel and GPU computing will be a plus. Candidates having experience only on electronic calculations (Density Functional Theory or similar) will not be considered. PhD and postdoctoral candidates on the experimental activities are required to have: * Excellent skills in physics, chemistry and electrochemistry. Experience in the battery field will be a plus; * Excellent skills and/or deep experience in process and/or electrochemical engineering, materials characterization ( _e.g._ viscosimetry, porosimetry, BET, SEM, TEM) and electrochemistry techniques ( _e.g._ electrochemical impedance spectroscopy). “Mixed profiles” (having both modeling and experimental skills) will be particularly studied. All candidates are required to have: * Excellent organizational and time-management skills; * Ability to communicate results clearly and succinctly; * Ability to work as a team member and to work independently; * Excellent level of English, both written and spoken; * Candidates for postdoctoral positions should have a recently obtained PhD diploma (not older than 1 year at the application date) and a significant track record of publications. The recruited PhD students and postdoctoral researchers will * Carry out research about the fabrication process of battery electrodes, and its link to the electrochemical performance; * Monitor the work plan of her/his individual research project and make sure that milestones are achieved and tasks are finalized in a timely manner; * Actively participate in research meetings with the other ERC team members; * Take part in the research meetings, seminars, etc. at the LRCS laboratory, RS2E and ALISTORE ERI networks; * Assist in the supervision of MSc. Students. **Time frame and location:** Some of these positions will start at the beginning of the project, others later. PhD positions are for 3 years, and postdoctoral positions are for 1+1 year. The place of work will be the Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides (UMR CNRS 7314) in Amiens, France. **Application modalities:** Interested individuals are requested to send to Prof. Alejandro A. Franco’s email ( [alejandro.franco@u-picardie.fr](mailto:alejandro.franco@u-picardie.fr) ) the following materials: * Detailed CV; * Copy of the 3 most recent publications (if available); * Motivation letter specific to the ERC project ARTISTIC (applications with generic motivation letters will not be responded); * The names and contact details of 4 reference persons, at least from 2 different institutions. **The ARTISTIC Project (** **)** The aim of this project is to develop and to demonstrate a novel theoretical framework devoted to rationalizing the formulation of composite electrodes containing next-generation material chemistries for high energy density secondary batteries. The framework will be established through the combination of discrete particle and continuum mathematical models within a multiscale computational workflow integrating the individual models and mimicking the different steps along the electrode fabrication process, including slurry preparation, drying and calendering. Strongly complemented by dedicated experimental characterizations which are devoted to its validation, the goal of this framework is to provide insights about the impacts of material properties and fabrication process parameters on the electrode mesostructures and their corresponding correlation to the resulting electrochemical performance. It targets self-organization mechanisms of material mixtures in slurries by considering the interactions between the active and conductive materials, solvent, binders and dispersants and the relationship between the materials properties such as surface chemistry and wettability. Optimal electrode formulation, fabrication process and the arising electrode mesostructure can then be achieved. Additionally, the framework will be integrated into an online and open access infrastructure, allowing predictive direct and reverse engineering for optimized electrode designs to attain high quality electrochemical performances. Through the demonstration of a multidisciplinary, flexible and transferable framework, this project has tremendous potential to provide insights leading to proposals of new and highly efficient industrial techniques for the fabrication of cheaper and reliable next-generation secondary battery electrodes for a wide spectrum of applications, including Electric Transportation. **Contact :** Prof. Alejandro A. Franco Junior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF) Leader of the Theory Open Platform at the ALISTORE European Research Institute Laboratoire de Réactivité et Chimie des Solides (LRCS), UMR CNRS 7314 Université de Picardie Jules Verne HUB de l’Energie, Rue Baudelocque - 80039 Amiens, FRANCE Phone: 0033 3 22 82 53 36 E-mail: [alejandro.franco@u-picardie.fr](mailto:alejandro.franco@u-picardie.fr) Research activities homepage: [www.modeling- electrochemistry.com](http://www.modeling-electrochemistry.com/) LRCS homepage: RS2E homepage: Alistore-ERI homepage: Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
24 Link Technical Project Manager Industry 4.0 ## **_With a team of researchers in ‘sensing, monitoring, control & decision- making’ you set up pioneering industry 4.0-innovations for production companies & digital twins._** Flanders Make researchers discover new grounds in smart and interconnected cyber-physical systems (products and production systems). Production companies aim to reach higher operational performance at a lower cost, using new technologies to monitor the state of their machines in operation, with a faster detection and resolution of anomalies. In several upcoming projects, sensor data will be used to create **digital twins**. We enable smart machines to learn from historical events and predict the future. Some digital twins share valuable insights for the design and development of next-generation products. **Take the technical lead of innovative projects and ensure industrial relevance** As a Technical Project Manager, you steer the execution of industry-driven technology research projects. The purpose is to bring tomorrow’s possibilities of the Industry 4.0 technology, such as digitisation & ‘digital twins’, closer to the production reality in our manufacturing industry. You will: * Take the technical lead and encourage researchers with expertise in sensing, monitoring, control and decision-making to look for new solutions. Challenges include data acquisition, condition monitoring in industrial environments, sensor fusion, cloud connectivity, artificial intelligence (a/o machine learning)… * Build a collective ambition for your projects with all stakeholders, i.e. the relevant user groups (Automotive and Machine Building Companies) and knowledge partners (Research Labs at Partner Universities); * Strive for an excellent execution and lead the project team; * Ensure that project results are both industrially relevant and scientifically excellent. In infrastructure projects, your team also builds research infrastructure. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
25 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Promoting the Employment of Foreign Academic Staff at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “Education, Pedagogy and Sport”, thus contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work - pedagogy and education, study programmes - doctoral study programme “Pedagogy” and / or Master's study programme “Education” and / or professional Bachelor’s study programme “Teacher” and / or “Pre-school and Primary School Teacher” and / or first level Professional study programme “Pre-school teacher”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Educational sciences Other 2022-01-02T09:00:00+01:00 Latvia e-mail
26 Link Doctoral students **Open competition for the selection of doctoral students and candidates within the framework of Project Applications Selection Second Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization”** “Support for the employment of doctoral students and candidates at the University of Latvia” **Project goal** – to renew UL academic staff in the study direction “Education, Pedagogy and Sport” by employing doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates at the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 90% of doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 12 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. doctoral students in the last year of studies at accredited doctoral study programmes, as well as doctoral students, who are Latvian Nationals studying outside Latvia in accredited doctoral study programmes and doctoral degree candidates; 2. doctoral students, who have successfully obtained the number of credits required during the first two/three years of studies// doctoral candidates, who have successfully completed doctoral studies; 3. participation in at least three international conferences with a presentation/ report; 4. at least one scientific article publication; 5. English language proficiency C2 level; 6. successful doctoral exam in English; 7. positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty; 8. leadership traits and interest in UL research and course teaching; 9. at least two years of experience in the educational institution, other than institutions of higher education. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. The application for ESF funding 2. CV – Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions 3. Positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty. Educational sciences Part-time 2022-01-02T09:00:00+01:00 Latvia e-mail
27 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Academic Staff Renewal and Continuing Professional Development at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “Natural Sciences”, thus, contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work – biology, molecular and cell biology, study programmes – bachelor, master and doctoral study programme “Biology” and higher profession study programma “Medicine”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Biological sciences Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
28 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Academic Staff Renewal and Continuing Professional Development at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Management, and Computer Science”, thus, contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work – computer science and programming, study programmes – study programmes - doctoral study programme “Computer Science” and / or Master's study programme “Computer Science” and / or Bachelor’s study programme “Computer Science” and / or first level Professional study programme “Computer Programming and Networks Administration”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Computer science Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
29 Link Doctoral students **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Support for the employment of doctoral students and candidates at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Management, and Computer Science”, thus, contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work – computer science and programming, study programmes – study programmes - doctoral study programme “Computer Science” and / or Master's study programme “Computer Science” and / or Bachelor’s study programme “Computer Science” and / or first level Professional study programme “Computer Programming and Networks Administration”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions 1. Computer science Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
30 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Promoting the Employment of Foreign Academic Staff at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “Political science, sociology and anthropology” thus contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work - political science and sociology, study programmes - doctoral study programmes “Political Science”, “Sociology” and / or Master's study programmes “Political Science”, “Sociology” and / or Bachelor’s study programmes “Political Science”, “Sociology”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” Study direction “Political science, sociology and anthropology” I hereby certify that when applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the field of study “Political science, sociology and anthropology”, I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ _signature printed name_ ____._____. 20 ____ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Sociology Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
31 Link Doctoral students **Open competition for the selection of doctoral students and candidates within the framework of Project Applications Selection Second Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization”** “Support for the employment of doctoral students and candidates at the University of Latvia” **Project goal** – to renew UL academic staff in the study direction “Political science, sociology and anthropology” by employing doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates at the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 90% of doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 12 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. doctoral students in the last year of studies at accredited doctoral study programmes, as well as doctoral students, who are Latvian Nationals studying outside Latvia in accredited doctoral study programmes and doctoral degree candidates; 2. doctoral students, who have successfully obtained the number of credits required during the first two/three years of studies// doctoral candidates, who have successfully completed doctoral studies; 3. participation in at least three international conferences with a presentation/ report; 4. at least one scientific article publication; 5. English language proficiency C1 level; 6. successful doctoral exam in English; 7. positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty; 8. leadership traits and interest in UL research and course teaching; **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. The application for ESF funding 2. CV – Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions 3. Positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty. Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization" Study direction “Political science, sociology and anthropology” third year doctoral student ð fourth year doctoral student ð doctoral candidate ð _Surname_ _Name_ Scientific discipline Thesis supervisor I hereby certify that upon applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the study direction “Political science, sociology and anthropology”, I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ ____._____. 20 ____ _signature printed name_ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Sociology Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
32 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Promoting the Employment of Foreign Academic Staff at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “Information and Communication sciences” thus contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work - social and communication processes, marketing and the media, information, document and data management, study programmes - Bachelor’s study programme “Information management”, Master’s Degree programme “Library and information science” and/or Bachelor’s study programme “Communication science” and Master’s Degree programme “Communication science”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” Study direction “Information and communication sciences” I hereby certify that when applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the field of study “Information and communication sciences”, I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ _signature printed name_ ____._____. 20 ____ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Information science Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
33 Link Doctoral students cc Communication sciences Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
34 Link Doctoral students **Open competition for the selection of doctoral students and candidates within the framework of Project Applications Selection Second Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization”** “Support for the employment of doctoral students and candidates at the University of Latvia” **Project goal** – to renew UL academic staff in the study direction “Art” by employing doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates at the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 90% of doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 12 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. doctoral students in the last year of studies at accredited doctoral study programmes, as well as doctoral students, who are Latvian Nationals studying outside Latvia in accredited doctoral study programmes and doctoral degree candidates; 2. doctoral students, who have successfully obtained the number of credits required during the first two/three years of studies// doctoral candidates, who have successfully completed doctoral studies; 3. participation in at least three international conferences with a presentation/ report; 4. at least one scientific article publication; 5. English language proficiency C2 level; 6. successful doctoral exam in English; 7. positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty; 8. leadership traits and interest in UL research and course teaching; **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. The application for ESF funding 2. CV – Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions 3. Positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty. Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization" Study direction "Art" third year doctoral student ð fourth year doctoral student ð doctoral candidate ð _Surname_ _Name_ Scientific discipline Thesis supervisor I hereby certify that upon applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the study direction “Art”, I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ ____._____. 20 ____ _signature printed name_ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Arts Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
35 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** “Promoting the Employment of Foreign Academic Staff at the University of Latvia” **The aim of the Project –** to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction “ **Health care”** thus contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published monographs and scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work – medicine, dentistry, optometry, doctoral programme in “Medicine and Pharmacy” and/or second level of professional higher education study programme “Medicine” and/or Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree programme “Pharmacy”, “Nursing” and/or professional Bachelor’s study programme “Medicine” and/or second level of professional higher education study programme “Dentistry” and/or Bachelor study programme “Optometry” and professional master study programme “Clinical optometry”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” Study direction **“Health care”** I hereby certify that when applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the field of study **“Health care”** , I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ _signature printed name_ ____._____. 20 ____ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Medical sciences Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
36 Link Doctoral students **Open competition for the selection of doctoral students and candidates within the framework of Project Applications Selection Second Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization”** “Support for the employment of doctoral students and candidates at the University of Latvia” **Project goal** – to renew UL academic staff in the study direction **“Health care”** by employing doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates at the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 90% of doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 12 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. doctoral students in the last year of studies at accredited doctoral study programmes, as well as doctoral students, who are Latvian Nationals studying outside Latvia in accredited doctoral study programmes and doctoral degree candidates; 2. doctoral students, who have successfully obtained the number of credits required during the first two/three years of studies doctoral candidates, who have successfully completed doctoral studies; 3. participation in at least three international conferences with a presentation/ report; 4. at least one scientific article publication; 5. English language proficiency C1 level; 6. successful doctoral exam in English; 7. positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty; 8. leadership traits and interest in UL research and sub-branch study course teaching on anesthetics and reanimatology **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. The application for ESF funding 2. CV – Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions 3. Positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty. Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization" Study direction **“Health care”** third year doctoral student ð fourth year doctoral student ð doctoral candidate ð _Surname_ _Name_ Scientific discipline Thesis supervisor I hereby certify that upon applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the study direction **“Health care”** (second level of professional higher education study programme “Medicine”), I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ ____._____. 20 ____ _signature printed name_ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Medical sciences Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
37 Link Foreign academic staff **Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization"** **“** Academic Staff Renewal and Continuing Professional Development at the University of Latvia **”** **The aim of the Project –** topromotethe employment of foreign academic staff in the study direction **Geography and Earth Sciences** thus contributing to the internationalization, export and international competitiveness of the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Persons holding the doctoral degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Persons who have relevant scientific and academic work experience; 4. Persons who can run e-studies Web-based environment; 5. Persons who have participated in at least three international conferences with a presentation / report; 6. Persons who have published scientific articles, including in the indexed issues (at least three); 7. Partnership or participation in projects; 8. Excellent knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. 9. Areas of work – physical geography, human geography, regional geography, geomatics, quaternary geology and geomorphology, applied geology, bedrock geology; study programmes - Bachelor’s, Master's, Doctoral study programmes “Geography” and “Geology”. **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. Application – Annex 1 2. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” Study direction“ **Geography and Earth Sciences** ” I hereby certify that when applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the field of study “ **Geography and Earth Sciences** ”, I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ _signature printed name_ ____._____. 20 ____ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Geography Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
38 Link Doctoral students **Open competition for the selection of doctoral students and candidates within the framework of Project Applications Selection Second Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization”** “Support for the employment of doctoral students and candidates at the University of Latvia” **Project goal** – to renew UL academic staff in the study direction “Geography and Earth Sciences” by employing doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates at the University of Latvia. **Project results** – 90% of doctoral students and doctoral degree candidates who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at the University of Latvia. **Project time period -** from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2022, with minimum project participation set at 12 months. **Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries:** 1. doctoral students in the last year of studies at accredited doctoral study programmes, as well as doctoral students, who are Latvian Nationals studying outside Latvia in accredited doctoral study programmes and doctoral degree candidates; 2. doctoral students, who have successfully obtained the number of credits required during the first two/three years of studies// doctoral candidates, who have successfully completed doctoral studies; 3. participation in at least three international conferences with a presentation/ report; 4. at least one scientific article publication; 5. English language proficiency C2 level; 6. successful doctoral exam in English; 7. positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty; 8. leadership traits and interest in UL research and course teaching; **When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required:** 1. The application for ESF funding 2. CV – Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions 3. Positive reference provided by the thesis supervisor on the doctoral student/ candidate as a potential faculty. Annex 1: APPLICATION **for ESF funding** within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of ESF project "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization" Study direction " Geography and Earth Sciences " third year doctoral student ð fourth year doctoral student ð doctoral candidate ð _Surname_ _Name_ Scientific discipline Thesis supervisor I hereby certify that upon applying for ESF funding for the project “To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization” within the framework of the project application selection round in the study direction “Geography and Earth Sciences”, I will perform the duties of the academic staff in conformity with the academic work, duties, workload and remuneration agreed and defined by the Study direction Council. ESF funding applicant ____ ____ ____ ____ ____/____ ____ ____ ____ __/ ____._____. 20 ____ _signature printed name_ _The data specified in the application will be used by the UL exclusively for the purposes of ESF funding administration._ Geography Other 2021-09-01T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
39 Link Three postdoctoral researchers on "stochastic processes and modeling of large networks" ERC Advanced NEMO project **Mission** : The postdocs will be responsible for conducting research activities within the framework of the ERC Nemo project on the following topics: **stochastic processes, random graphs, stochastic geometry, point processes, modeling of large networks** and more generally to participate in the supervision of the scientific activities of the ERC research group. **Job Description:** * Contribute to research work on the topics listed above. * Participate in the supervision of PhD students working on these topics. * Participate in the animation of the scientific life of the research group ERC (organization of seminars, working groups and reading). **Workplace** : Paris **Duration** : two for **24 months** , one for **12 months** * PostD1 starting date: January 2019, for 24 months. * PostD2 starting date: January 2021, for 24 months. * PostD3 starting date: January 2022, for 12 months. Research theme: stochastic processes and modeling of large networks Inria Research Team: DYOGENE, see: About Inria and the position: Inria promotes "scientific excellence in the service of technology transfer and society". Inria employs 2,700 people from the world's leading universities to tackle the challenges of computer science and mathematics. His open model allows him to explore original paths with his industrial and academic partners. Inria is at the origin of many innovations creating value and jobs. The position will be attached to the INRIA center in Paris ( [https://www.inria.fr/en/centre/paris ](https://www.inria.fr/en/centre/paris)) and more specifically to the DYOGENE research team. Mathematics Full-time 2022-01-31T23:00:00+01:00 France website
40 Link Foreign academic staff Open competition for foreign academic staff selection within the framework of Project Applications Selection Round of Specific Objective 8.2.2 "To Strengthen Academic Staff of Higher Education Institutions in the Areas of Strategic Specialization" (ESF funding) “Promoting the Employment of Foreign Academic Staff at the Latvian Maritime academy” The aim of the Project – to promote the employment of foreign academic staff in Latvian Maritime academy. Project results – 30% of the foreign academic staff who have received ESF funding continue to work as academic staff at Latvian Maritime academy. Project time period - from 4th quarter of 2018 to 3rd quarter of 2023, with minimum project participation set at 6 months. Requirements and selection criteria for the beneficiaries: 1. Persons who have been employed in the academic position of any accredited foreign higher education institution during the previous five years; 2. Doctoral or Master's degree in the corresponding field of science or the equivalent field of science; 3. Experience in academic work (teaching, supervision of students, courses, etc.) 4. Scientific qualification (h-index, publications, conference abstracts, research projects, etc.) will be considered as advantage 5. Knowledge of foreign languages, especially English, and skills to use it for studies and methodological work. Knowledge of Latvian language will be considered an advantage; 6. Motivation to develop academic career or cooperation with Latvian Maritime academy; 7. If necessary, (video) interviews with candidates will be organized. When applying for ESF funding, the following documents are required: 1. CV - Europass or in a free form with respect to the above requirements and conditions. 2. Motivation letter with career plan and description of research trajectory (optional). 3. Recommendations (optional). Engineering Negotiable 2021-09-30T09:00:00+02:00 Latvia e-mail
41 Link A POST-DOCTORAL POSITION IN BIOINFORMATICS ON LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA GENOMICS AT THE CENTER OF HEMATO-ONCOLOGY RESEARCH, PERUGIA (ITALY) We are seeking a motivated and skilled **bioinformatician** to join the research group of Prof. Enrico Tiacci at the Institute of Hematology and Center for Hemato-Oncology Research in the University and Hospital of Perugia, Italy. The focus of Prof. Tiacci's group, funded by several research agencies including the European Research Council (ERC), is to **clarify by next- generation sequencing the** **genetic** **pathogenesis of human lymphomas and leukemias** (in particular Hodgkin lymphoma and hairy cell leukemia), and to translate this knowledge in the clinic by developing **new precision diagnostic and therapeutic tools** (as exemplified by recent publications in top journals, e.g. Tiacci et al., NEJM 2011; Tiacci et al, Blood 2012; Tiacci et al., NEJM 2015; Pettirossi et al., Blood 2015; Tiacci et al., JCO 2017; Tiacci et al., Blood 2018; Tiacci et al, NEJM 2018; Tiacci et al, NEJM 2021; Venanzi et al, Blood Cancer Discovery 2021). Prof. Tiacci's group is located in the newly built Center for Hemato-Oncology Research, a beautiful building with outstanding design, state-of-the-art laboratories and technology platforms, which is strategically located next to the Institute of Hematology, a major tertiary care academic hematological clinic in central Italy acting as a reference center also for patients from other part of the country and from abroad. The project will be carried out in a stimulating biology and molecular medicine research environment shared with other principal investigators (Prof. Brunangelo Falini and Prof.ssa Maria P. Martelli, also ERC grantees). All equipment needed for state-of-the art genomic investigations, including deep sequencing and adequate computational resources, is available and accessible within the building. The candidate should be an enthusiastic, creative, proactive, problem-solving person with a strong background in bioinformatics and **previous experience with next-generation sequencing (NGS)** , ideally in cancer genetics. In particular, familiarity with the analysis of whole-exome/whole-genome sequencing data from tumor verus normal paired DNA, as well as of RNA-seq ChIP-seq data, would be a plus. The candidate should have a PhD or equivalent research experience in bioinformatics, computational biology or related subjects; should be familiar with common NGS tools (BWA, Samtools, GATK, etc.), with Unix/Linux operating systems and, ideally, with high-performance computing (HPC) clusters; should have good scripting/programming skills (R/Python/Bash); and should have a good command of English. The candidate should apply by email ([enrico.tiacci@unipg.it](mailto:enrico.tiacci@unipg.it)) with a cover letter describing his/her career goals and explaining why he/she is the ideal candidate for this position, a detailed CV, and 2-3 letters of reference or contact details of 2-3 referees. Type of contract: Research fellowship (Assegno di ricerca). The next application deaddeadline **December 31, 2021** , but applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the call will remain open until the position is filled. Expected starting date: Before March 1, 2021 Computer science Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Italy e-mail
42 Link Computer scientist for model driven engineering **_You shape the future of model-based systems engineering of high-tech machines and vehicles._** To design the next generation of smart machines and (autonomous) vehicles, specialists from various disciplines (mechanical engineering, software, electronic engineering) need to work together in a highly iterative design process. While customer-centric design becomes more important, time to market remains key. To stay ahead of their competitors, high-tech manufacturing companies need new innovative model-based design processes to support their engineering team. ## **Create beyond state-of-the-art model-driven systems engineering concepts & tools** For various industrial innovations, you will * Work together in a research team that combines expertise in model-driven engineering, computational design synthesis, optimisation techniques & mechatronic design; * Play a key role in developing prototype engineering tools. Together with the team, you will * Detect flaws in the current state-of-the-art engineering processes used by the industry to develop high-tech machines and vehicles; * Interact with experts in machine design for a thorough functional analysis; * Draw model-driven engineering concepts and design innovative solutions to push these engineering processes beyond their limits; * Follow-up on academic and industrial research into modelling languages, engineering tools, engineering methods, design space exploration algorithms, frameworks…; * Trace and present industrial challenges and new research opportunities. _"When working on a new concept, I enjoy to puzzle out variants of existing tools, making sure they communicate correctly. When the industrial company finally adopts the solution, the data really come to life," Bart, Software Research Engineer at Flanders Make._[ _Read more_](https://www.flandersmake.be/en/testimonial-bart) Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium website
43 Link Research Assistant, PhD Candidates We are welcome to people all over around world who are open minded and hard- working. There is no nationally or religious discrimination in our lab. In order to do ERASMUS Internship in ComNets Lab, you will be given approximately €700 per month (It can vary from country to country. €700 is quite sufficient amount to live in Antalya) as scholarship from EU. About ERASMUS scholarship you should contact with your international office. You can also check it out the website ( __ ). We are expecting to work about; * IoT * Communication Networks * Future Internet * Asset Management * Frontend-Backend * Indoor Localization * Node Positioning and tracking * Signal Processing Please send your Europass format CV and cover letter to "[comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr](mailto:comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr)" or "[comnetslab@gmail.com](mailto:comnetslab@gmail.com)". Computer science Full-time 2022-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Turkey e-mail
44 Link Research Assistant, MSc Students We are welcome to people all over around world who are open minded and hard- working. There is no nationally or religious discrimination in our lab. In order to do ERASMUS Internship in ComNets Lab, you will be given approximately €700 per month (It can vary from country to country. €700 is quite sufficient amount to live in Antalya) as scholarship from EU. About ERASMUS scholarship you should contact with your international office. You can also check it out the website ( __ ). We are expecting to work about; * IoT * Communication Networks * Asset Management * Frontend-Backend * Future Internet * Indoor Localization * Node Positioning and tracking * Signal Processing Please send your Europass format CV and cover letter to "[comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr](mailto:comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr)" or "[comnetslab@gmail.com](mailto:comnetslab@gmail.com)". Computer science Full-time 2022-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Turkey e-mail
45 Link Research Assistant, BSc Students We are welcome to people all over around world who are open minded and hard- working. There is no nationally or religious discrimination in our lab. In order to do ERASMUS Internship in ComNets Lab, you will be given approximately €700 per month (It can vary from country to country. €700 is quite sufficient amount to live in Antalya) as scholarship from EU. About ERASMUS scholarship you should contact with your international office. You can also check it out the website ( __ ). We are expecting to work about; * IoT * Communication Networks * Asset Management * Frontend-Backend * Future Internet * Indoor Localization * Node Positioning and tracking * Signal Processing Please send your Europass format CV and cover letter to "[comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr](mailto:comnets@akdeniz.edu.tr)" or "[comnetslab@gmail.com](mailto:comnetslab@gmail.com)". Computer science Full-time 2022-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Turkey e-mail
46 Link Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer (Linux) Position Description The Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer’s activity consists in providing advanced engineering, operating, and subject matter expertise for the virtualized IT infrastructure of ELI-NP. The primary focus area consists of the hypervisor layer (CentOS/KVM) and of the associated components, services (incl. container providers: Docker) and/or applications, as well as of the data storage systems (directly and remotely attached). Furthermore, the IT Infrastructure Engineer will provide specialist support for the preparation and/or review of the technical documentation for IT equipment _purchases_ within the ELI-NP group. Main tasks * Produce and operate complex, enterprise-level designs for the virtualization (Centos/KVM, Docker containers) and data storage platforms, and ensure their optimal, highly-available functioning. * Install, configure, and maintain the virtualization infrastructure components and related third-party software utilities within the operational guidelines of the Institute. * Install, configure, and maintain the data storage infrastructure components and related third-party software utilities within the operational guidelines of the Institute. * Root Cause Analysis and Problem Management for the services related to the aforementioned items. * Serve as an escalation point for complex internal support and troubleshooting cases. * Perform daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all underlying resources, systems and key processes, periodically reviewing system and application logs. * Create and maintain system documentation for domain technologies, including installation, configuration, and appropriate troubleshooting steps. * Provide knowledge transfer to colleagues as required * Effectively collaborate with cross-departmental teams and provide SME guidance/feedback. * Be involved in providing advanced technical support for the infrastructure services (compute, storage, networking) offered by the ELI-NP IT group; Requirements for filling the position * Higher education graduate with an engineering diploma, preferably in a computer-science related major; * Minimum 5 years overall IT experience with 3-5 years of experience working with Linux-based (CentOS) virtualization technologies and with containers (Docker). * In-depth knowledge of data storage technologies, solutions and design patterns. * Experience in monitoring and automating the virtualization and data storage infrastructure. * Solid networking knowledge, especially in relation to the virtualization and storage stacks. * Experience with scripting and monitoring tools. * Up-to-date knowledge of and practical experience with industry best practices or standards, both IT- and security-oriented (topics such as backup & replication, hardening, etc.). * Solid general understanding of enterprise-level IT systems and of the associated operational and security requirements; * Experience in interacting with vendors and solutions/technology providers. * Good interpersonal skills, a strong team spirit and a result-oriented attitude, as well as a capability to deliver when working under tight deadlines. * Ability to establish new standards for quality, performance or productivity. * Fluent in English. Conditions of employment * Full time position, based in Bucharest - Măgurele, Romania, for one year with the possibility of extension; * Member of an ambitious, dynamic and result-oriented team operating in a friendly international working environment; * Rare opportunity to further your career in a modern IT environment that supports a world-leading scientific project; * Chance to take on IT challenges that go beyond the 'usual' office/enterprise environment by crossing into high performance / high throughput computing; * Motivating package (salary, trainings, etc.) according to your qualifications and (practical) experience. Applications * Applications shall be accompanied by the documents requested in the Rules of Selection for this position. * Applications shall be sent to the Human Resources Department at [human.resources@eli-np.ro](mailto:human.resources@eli-np.ro). Computer science Full-time 2022-01-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
47 Link Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer (Windows) Position Description The Senior IT Infrastructure Engineer’s activity consists in providing advanced engineering, operating, and subject matter expertise for the virtualized IT infrastructure of ELI-NP. The primary focus area consists of the hypervisor layer (Microsoft HyperV) and of the associated components, services and/or applications. Furthermore, the IT Infrastructure Engineer will provide specialist support for the preparation and/or review of the technical documentation for IT equipment purchases within the ELI-NP group. Main tasks * Produce and operate complex, enterprise-level designs for the Microsoft HyperV virtualization platform and ensure its optimal, highly-available functioning. * Install, configure, and maintain the virtualisation infrastructure components and related third-party software utilities within the operational guidelines of the Institute. * Root Cause Analysis and Problem Management for the services related to the aforementioned items. * Serve as an escalation point for complex internal support and troubleshooting cases. * Perform daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all underlying resources, systems and key processes, periodically reviewing system and application logs. * Create and maintain system documentation for domain technologies, including installation, configuration, and appropriate troubleshooting steps. * Provide knowledge transfer to colleagues as required * Effectively collaborate with cross-departmental teams and provide SME guidance/feedback. * Be involved in providing advanced technical support for the infrastructure services (compute, storage, networking) offered by the ELI-NP IT group; Requirements for filling the position * Higher education graduate with an engineering diploma, preferably in a computer-science related major; * Minimum 5 years overall IT experience with 3-5 years of experience working with Microsoft virtualization technologies. Experience with Microsoft Host Guardian Services represents a big plus. * In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server/HyperV 2016 based virtualization technologies. Familiarity with other server-side infrastructure elements/roles from the Microsoft stack is considered a plus. Insight in alternative virtualization solutions (commercial or open-source) can also represent an advantage. * Experience in monitoring and automating the virtualization infrastructure (SCCM/SCOM families, PowerShell scripting, etc.). * Solid networking knowledge, especially in relation to the virtualization stack. * Vendor certifications that apply to the aforementioned technologies and/or products are considered a plus. * Up-to-date knowledge of and practical experience with industry best practices or standards, both IT- and security-oriented (topics such as backup & replication, hardening, etc.). * Solid general understanding of enterprise-level IT systems and of the associated operational and security requirements; * Experience in interacting with vendors and solutions/technology providers. * Good interpersonal skills, a strong team spirit and a result-oriented attitude, as well as a capability to deliver when working under tight deadlines. * Ability to establish new standards for quality, performance or productivity * Fluent in English; Conditions of employment * Full time position, based in Bucharest - Măgurele, Romania, for one year with the possibility of extension; * Member of an ambitious, dynamic and result-oriented team operating in a friendly international working environment; * Rare opportunity to further your career in a modern IT environment that supports a world-leading scientific project; * Chance to take on IT challenges that go beyond the 'usual' office/enterprise environment by crossing into high performance / high throughput computing; * Motivating package (salary, trainings, etc.) according to your qualifications and (practical) experience. Applications * Applications shall be accompanied by the documents requested in the Rules of Selection for this position. * Applications shall be sent to the Human Resources Department at [human.resources@eli-np.ro](mailto:human.resources@eli-np.ro). Computer science Full-time 2022-01-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
48 Link IT/Telecommunications Technician Position Description The IT/telecommunication technician’s activity consists in providing technical support, testing and implementing the technical solutions related to the ELI- NP IT and telecommunications infrastructure. As secondary activity, the IT/telecommunication technician will collaborate with system and network administrators to prepare the technical documentation of the equipment to be purchased through the IT procurement process within the ELI-NP IT group. Main tasks * Providing technical support for the infrastructure services (compute, storage, networking) offered by the ELI-NP IT group; * Taking an active part in the operation of the ELI-NP data and voice networks, as well as of other collaboration or communication services (e.g. e-mail clients, video/audioconference); * Support and carry out maintenance work for the ELI-NP infrastructure elements (systems, networks, etc.); * Responsibility for operating and maintaining the PBX system used within ELI-NP. * Providing technical support for end-user devices within the ELI-NP facility (laptop/desktop computers, network printers, etc.). * Actively participate in and support the acquisition processes involving the IT group, such as preparing the necessary tender documentation and evaluating technical proposals. Requirements for filling the position * High school graduate with baccalaureate diploma. * Practical experience in and knowledge of the main tasks as described in the job profile above; * Solid general understanding of IT and telephone systems; * Working and troubleshooting experience with videoconferencing systems; * Networking knowledge (OSI layer 1, basic network equipment configuration) is considered a plus; * Working and troubleshooting experience with end-user Microsoft products (Windows 7/8/10, Office 2010/2013/2016) is considered a plus; * Good interpersonal skills, a strong team spirit and a result-oriented attitude, as well as a capability to deliver when working under tight deadlines; * Fluent in English. Conditions of employment * Full time position, based in Bucharest - Măgurele, Romania, for one year with the possibility of extension; * Member of an ambitious, dynamic and result-oriented team operating in a friendly international working environment; * Rare opportunity to further your career in a modern IT environment that supports a world-leading scientific project; * Chance to take on IT challenges that go beyond the 'usual' office/enterprise environment by crossing into high performance / high throughput computing; * Motivating package (salary, trainings, etc.) according to your qualifications and (practical) experience. Applications * Applications shall be accompanied by the documents requested in the Rules of Selection for this position. * Applications shall be sent to the Human Resources Department at [human.resources@eli-np.ro](mailto:human.resources@eli-np.ro). Computer science Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
49 Link IT Infrastructure Technician (Linux) Position Description The IT Infrastructure Technician’s activity consists in supporting, testing and monitoring the virtualized IT infrastructure of ELI-NP. The primary focus area consists of the hypervisor layer (CentOS/KVM) and of the associated components, services and/or applications, as well as of the data storage systems. Furthermore, the IT Infrastructure Technician will provide specialist support for the preparation and/or review of the technical documentation for IT equipment purchases within the ELI-NP group. Main tasks * Providing technical support for the virtualization (Centos/KVM) and data storage platforms, and for related hardware/software elements, thereby ensuring their optimal, highly-available functioning. * Taking an active part in the operation and maintenance of the ELI-NP IT infrastructure; * Perform basic daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all underlying resources, systems and key processes. * Be involved in providing technical support for the infrastructure services (primarily virtualization and data storage) offered by the ELI-NP IT group; Requirements for filling the position * High school graduate with baccalaureate diploma; * Practical experience in and knowledge of the main tasks as described in the job profile above; * Minimum 3 years overall IT experience with 2 years of experience working with Linux-based (CentOS) virtualization technologies and data storage solutions. * Practical experience with containers (Docker) is considered a plus. * Experience with scripting and/or monitoring tools represents a plus. * Solid general understanding of IT. * Familiarity with working in an environment that follows industry best practices and standards, both networking- and security-oriented, is considered a plus. * Good interpersonal skills, a strong team spirit and a result-oriented attitude, as well as a capability to deliver when working under tight deadlines. * Ability to establish new standards for quality, performance or productivity * Fluent in English; Conditions of employment * Full time position, based in Bucharest - Măgurele, Romania, for one year with the possibility of extension; * Member of an ambitious, dynamic and result-oriented team operating in a friendly international working environment; * Rare opportunity to further your career in a modern IT environment that supports a world-leading scientific project; * Chance to take on IT challenges that go beyond the 'usual' office/enterprise environment by crossing into high performance / high throughput computing; * Motivating package (salary, trainings, etc.) according to your qualifications and (practical) experience. Applications * Applications shall be accompanied by the documents requested in the Rules of Selection for this position. * Applications shall be sent to the Human Resources Department at [human.resources@eli-np.ro](mailto:human.resources@eli-np.ro). Computer science Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
50 Link IT Infrastructure Technician (virtualization) Position Description The IT Infrastructure technician’s activity consists in supporting, testing and monitoring the virtualized IT infrastructure of ELI-NP. The primary focus area consists of the hypervisor layer (MS HyperV) and of the associated components, services and/or applications. As a secondary activity, the IT Infrastructure technician will be involved in providing technical support for the enterprise Microsoft-based server-side services. Furthermore, the IT Infrastructure technician will provide specialist support for the preparation and/or review of the technical documentation for IT equipment purchases within the ELI-NP IT group. Main tasks * Providing technical support for the virtualization platform (HyperV) and for related hardware/software elements, thereby ensuring their optimal, highly-available functioning. * Taking an active part in the operation and maintenance of the ELI-NP IT infrastructure; * Perform basic daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all underlying resources, systems and key processes. * Be involved in providing technical support for the infrastructure services (primarily virtualization and compute) offered by the ELI-NP IT group; Requirements for filling the position * High school graduate with baccalaureate diploma; * Practical experience in and knowledge of the main tasks as described in the job profile above; * Minimum 3 years overall IT experience with 2 years of experience working in and with highly-virtualized environments. * Solid general understanding of IT. * Experience with Microsoft Windows Server and its components/technologies. Familiarity with other non-virtualization-specific server-side infrastructure elements/roles from the Microsoft stack is considered a plus. * Experience with automation (e.g. PowerShell scripting) and/or monitoring (e.g. SCOM) tools represents a big plus. * Entry-level vendor certifications that apply to the aforementioned technologies and/or products are considered a plus. * Familiarity with working in an environment that follows industry best practices, both networking- and security-oriented, is considered a plus. * Good interpersonal skills, a strong team spirit and a result-oriented attitude, as well as a capability to deliver when working under tight deadlines. * Ability to establish new standards for quality, performance or productivity * Fluent in English; Conditions of employment * Full time position, based in Bucharest - Măgurele, Romania, for one year with the possibility of extension; * Member of an ambitious, dynamic and result-oriented team operating in a friendly international working environment; * Rare opportunity to further your career in a modern IT environment that supports a world-leading scientific project; * Chance to take on IT challenges that go beyond the 'usual' office/enterprise environment by crossing into high performance / high throughput computing; * Motivating package (salary, trainings, etc.) according to your qualifications and (practical) experience. Applications * Applications shall be accompanied by the documents requested in the Rules of Selection for this position. * Applications shall be sent to the Human Resources Department at [human.resources@eli-np.ro](mailto:human.resources@eli-np.ro). Computer science Full-time 2021-12-31T12:00:00+01:00 Romania e-mail
51 Link ST-09 RESEARCH ASSISTANTS -Wearable Sensors **ST-09 RESEARCH ASSISTANTS -Wearable Sensors** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term** The[ Wireless Sensor Network Group (WSN)](http://www.tyndall.ie/wireless- sensor-networks-2) at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork is currently advertising for the position of Research Assistants in **Wearable Sensors for Connected Health and Wellness monitoring.** The Tyndall National Institute, at University College, Cork is a world leader in the development of wearable sensor systems for use in the body, on the body and around the body. Working closely with a global range of academic, business and clinical partners, our technology is under evaluation by several multinational corporations and is approaching market readiness in a number of areas. The Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) group at Tyndall has secured funding in the development of Smart systems for next generation wearable sensors for sports and rehabilitation. These systems will incorporate multiple sensing modalities and communications technologies to solve the research problem of accuracy and precision, low-latency and high-speed real-time motion tracking. The successful candidate will therefore be required to integrate and control the relevant components of the wearable system. This will involve reviewing state-of-the-art in wearables on an ongoing basis; identifying appropriate signal analysis techniques and methodologies suitable for the assigned tasks; implementing efficient versions of the signal processing techniques by using different programming tools (Matlab, C, Java) also targeting devices with constrained resources; developing algorithms for wearable sensors; defining prototypes and demos; aiding the wider team with validating system performance under laboratory conditions. This is an initial 12 month contract with scope for extension subject to performance and funding secured. Reporting to the WSN Head of Group or his nominee, this is an exciting opportunity to help define and implement applied research projects in this fast-moving, industrially relevant area of wearable sensing systems. Working with the Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) Head of Group and industry applied research team, the successful candidate will be part of a team of multi- disciplinary industry aligned researchers with expertise in microsystems technology, wireless sensors, electronics and low-power system hardware and software design to execute industry defined applied research projects. The team comprises of engineers, researchers and postgraduate students with various levels of experience and qualifications. Activities will include applied research implementation, data analytics implementation on devices with constrained resources, and travel to international conferences, workshops, industry meetings, proposal project meetings and dissemination of the group’s activities in high impact journal and conference publications. **Key Responsibilities** Reporting to the Project Principle Investigator and Group Head, the candidate will be required to: * To provide assistance in conducting the following research activities, including planning, organising, conducting, and communicating research studies within the overall scope of the research project. * To assist in the system specification, design and deployment of wireless sensing systems. * To undertake tasks which may include data analytics of wearable sensors for Connected Health and Wellness incorporating inertial/physiologic sensors, algorithms development using Matlab/C/Java, product performance characterization, system testing. * To coordinate and perform a variety of independent and team activities involved in the collection, analysis, documentation and some interpretation of information/results. * To undertake tasks which may include recording results and preparing reports including conclusions and recommendations. Write procedures manuals for data collection and coding. * To provide guidance as required to any support staff and/or research students assisting with the research project, as agreed with the Principal Investigator/Grant holder. * To present information on research progress and outcomes to the PI. * To confer with the Principal Investigator in developing plans for research project and to discuss the interpretation of results and the preparation of manuscripts for publication. * To work with industry/research partners (existing and planned) to identify their Connected Health needs (technologies and applications). * To contribute to the publication of findings by assisting in compilation of the final report and presenting these findings to relevant bodies, both within UCC and external. * To test and validate system performance under laboratory conditions. * To pinpoint where improvements and/or advancements may be made. * To ccontinuously seek new methods of adding value by incorporating additional functionality on the platform. * To work closely with team members who will be developing complementary aspects of the platform. * To construct demonstrator devices for internal and external showcase. * To participate in conferences, workshops and outreach events. * To comply with all relevant regulatory legislation, ethical considerations and safety regulations. * To enhance Tyndall’s position internationally as a world leader in wireless sensing systems. * To perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. * Participate in Education and Public Engagement activities, as required. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the required Health and Safety standards. * Carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. **Essential Criteria** * A postgraduate qualification in a field of discipline relevant to the area of investigation i.e. MsC, MEngSc within the field of Biomedical engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or related area. * Some research experience (at least 1 year) in data analytics of wearable sensors data for Connected Health and Wellness. * An ability to work independently to a tight schedule. * Capability of working effectively within a team to achieve results. * Good oral and written skills for deliverable definition, and report/documentation writing, good time management skills, and interpersonal skills are essential. * The successful candidate will be highly analytical and motivated with good interpersonal and organizational skills and be self-managed and achievement-oriented. **Desirable Criteria** The ideal candidate will have the equivalent of at least 2 years project experience in data analytics and wearable sensors. The candidate will need to have demonstrated a capability in the delivery of industry-aligned research projects as well as experience being part of a research team of researchers, engineers and students. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Salvatore Tedesco at [salvatore.tedesco @tyndall.ie ](mailto:salvatore.tedesco@tyndall.ie?subject=Query%20ref%20ST-09%20Research%20Assistants) This position may be appointed on the IUA Scales for Research Assistants €22,609 - €35,218. In all instances the successful appointment will be at the first point of the scale. **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/st-09-research-assistants) to Apply.** Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Engineering Full-time 2021-10-01T16:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
52 Link PhD Position on “Simulating Cytoskeletal Dynamics” **Work group:** IBI-5 - Theoretische Physik der Lebenden Materie **Area of research:** PHD Thesis **Starting date:** 25.02.2019 **Contract time limit:** 1551095545 **Job description:** With 5,900 employees and a unique research infrastructure, Forschungszentrum Jülich is one of the major interdisciplinary research centres in Europe. It is a member of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres. We are offering a PhD Position on “Simulating Cytoskeletal Dynamics” at the institute for Theoretical Physics of Living Matter ([www.fz- juelich.de/ibi/ibi-5](http://www.fz-juelich.de/ibi/ibi-5)). The institute has a strong track record in computer simulations of active matter. We have recently started to develop models to simulate mixtures of cytoskeletal filaments and molecular motors [1-3]. In this PhD project, we aim to investigate flows and active force generation in the cytoskeleton of biological cells. We will address the system from the point of view of ‘living matter’ and focus on the non-equilibrium physics aspects of the system. Your research will have a strong focus on high performance computing for networks of cytoskeletal filaments, molecular motors, and crosslinkers. **Your profile:** Applicants should be ambitious, highly motivated, and creative. Expertise in theoretical or computational physics or a related discipline is mandatory. Experience with soft matter physics and statistical mechanics will be helpful. Candidates will work both individually and collaboratively and should have good skills in spoken and written English. **Our offer:** We offer a three-year, full-time PhD project with a competitive salary and an international and stimulating work environment. The institute is a member of several national and international scientific networks. The institute for Theoretical Physics of Living Matter is a member of the International Helmholtz Research School of Biophysics and Soft Matter (IHRS BioSoft). The IHRS BioSoft aims at advancing research and education at the interfaces between physics, chemistry, biology, and neuroscience. In addition to scientific lectures, seminars, and lab courses, the IHRS BioSoft provides complementary training in transferable skills, as well as networking opportunities with other PhD students in the areas of Soft Matter and Biophysics. Successful applicants can also apply for membership in the IHRS BioSoft ([www.ihrs-biosoft.de](http://www.ihrs-biosoft.de)). This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. All Other 2021-12-25T12:52:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
53 Link PhD position in the framework of HEalth data LInkage for ClinicAL benefit (Helical) project ## **_IMPORTANT : ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA_** HELICAL is funded under the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 designed to promote movement of researchers in Europe and for this reason, is open to researchers from any country in the world _**provided they have not carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in France for more than 12 months in total within the previous 3 years preceeding the date of recruitment.**_ This post is for a PhD studentship to be appointed to the Firalis SA as part of the “HEalth data LInkage for ClinicAL benefit (HELICAL)“ H2020-MSCA- ITN-2018 Innovative Training Network. The successful candidate will be enrolled into and execute a 3 years’ PhD program* in two distinct sites; first, at Firalis SA, a highly innovative biotechnology company in Huningue (the true heart of Europe at the triple border of France, Germany and Switzerland), under the co-supervisions of Prof. H. FIRAT, CSO of the company and Dr. V. SABARLY, head of Data Sciences and Intelligent Diagnostic Tools; and then at an excellent academic institution, the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Faculty of Medicine, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Harald BINDER (at the Institute for Medical Biometry and Statistics). This unique opportunity will allow you to realize a PhD degree over 3 years*, be part of a highly innovative biotechnology company, for precision medicine applications in the domain of cardiovascular disorders, paticularly Vasculitis. Candidate will enjoy the academic supervision by the experts from universities of excellence, such as the Institute for Medical Biometry and Statistics of University of Freibourg, Karolinska Institute, Prof Peter NILSSON and Trinity college of Dublin, Prof Mark LITTLE and Dr. Jason WYSE (as "Secondments"). Candidate will have the opportunity to train from Big Data available at Firalis on Heart failure and Alzheimer and develop the Artificial Vasculitis Insight tool; during the first 18 months of the PhD program of Vasculitits within the Helical Program, then on other major pathologies such as Heart Failures and Dementia, for personalized precision medicine applications. European researchers have made leading contributions to the large genomic, transcriptomic and clinical datasets from patients with chronic diseases. Advances in information science provide unprecedented opportunities for using these datasets to elucidate the complex biology of these disorders, its influence by environmental triggers, and to personalise their management. HELICAL project addresses this unmet need by developing a trans-sectoral and interdisciplinary training programme that provides only 15 early stage researchers with training in **analysis of large datasets** , using autoimmune vasculitis as a paradigm, as comprehensive biological and clinical datasets are already available. The programme will be delivered through a multidisciplinary, trans-sectoral partnership of Academic and Industry researchers with expertise in **basic biomedical research** , **epidemiology** , **statistics** , **machine learning** , **artificial intelligence,** **health data governance** and **ethics**. Therefore, HELICAL exploits recent advances in data science to link research datasets with longitudinal healthcare records, based on the robust ethical foundation required for linkage studies using near-patient data, to address key experimental questions. **PhD program Description:** The post is for one early stage researcher (ESR) who will undertake a three year PhD studentship as part of the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 HELICAL. HELICAL is an EU funded Marie Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) with 15 patners mostly from academia (). The HELICAL training program focuses on three complementary areas: **application of informatics** to such datasets to gain new biological insights; **translation of these into practical clinical outputs** and management of **ethical constraints** imposed on such studies. The selected candidate will be trained in advanced biostatistics, data mining, predictive modelling, machine learning and network analysis and to enhance their awareness of FAIR and GDPR data principles. The HELICAL ITN is highly integrated and so the candidate will also have the opportunity to acquire additional skills through regular meetings, workshops and seminars, and through secondments to other partners in the HELICAL network. **Essential job functions include** : * The candidate will work with a small team designing, developing, and deploying state-of-the-art, data-driven predictive models to establish risk calculator and other biomarker based tools using the latest methodologies in machine learning, statistical modeling, pattern recognition, and artificial intelligence. * The candidate will be involved in the data analysis of clinical studies from large international initiatives. The aim of these initiatives is to qualify candidate biomarkers or biomarker signatures for the translation, performance testing and eventual regulatory qualification of drug safety, efficacy and disease related applications. Additionally, you may be involved in the integrative analysis of post-genomic data from multiple sources (multi-omic/NGS data from preclinical and clinical studies). * The candidate will also provide input for the study design and the testing the performance of the statistical models using standard procedures like ROC analysis. The present post is to be based at Firalis, supervised jointly by Prof. H. Firat (Firalis) and sting secondment, by co-supervisor Prof. Dr. Harald BINDER from University of Freibourg. The project is entitled **“VASCUDIA: a novel multi-parametric diagnostic tool for diagnosis of vasculitis”** HELICAL is funded under the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 designed to promote movement of researchers in Europe and so is open to researchers from any country in the world _**provided they have not carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in France for more than 12 months in total within the previous 3 years preceeding the date of recruitment**_. HELICAL pursues a policy of equal opportunities on matters of gender and disability and will seek to recruit an equal proportion of male and female applicants and will provide employment opportunities for candidates with disabilities. Where applications of equal quality are received, preference will be given to female candidates as part of a strategy designed to recruit equal numbers of men and women to the HELICAL posts. Employment procedures and contracts will conform to the European Charter for Researchers / Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers. The remuneration of the program is fixed and pre-determined by the European Commission regulations, and is 4385€ charged brut salary corresponding to ~2500€ Net for a single researcher ("250€ charged brut" more for married researchers) * By the time the contract is signed, there will be approximately 1.5 years of funding available on this MSCA fellowship, to be covered by the Helical program; for the remaining period the successful candidate will continue working/studying at Friebourg University and Firalis. Medical sciences Full-time 2021-09-07T17:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
54 Link PhD in Biomedical Engineering - Understanding the interaction between extracellular matrix molecules that modulate tissue turnover PhD positions are currently available with [Dr Brooke Farrugia](https://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person836178) in the [Department of Biomedical Engineering](https://biomedical.eng.unimelb.edu.au/) at [The University of Melbourne ](https://www.unimelb.edu.au/) **[The Project](https://apps.eng.unimelb.edu.au/research- projects/index.php?r=site/webView&id=583): ** The extracellular matrix provides mechanical support and structure to the tissue microenvironment and is assembled from various proteins and glycoproteins, of which collagen and proteoglycans (PGs) are prominent functional components. PGs are decorated with sulphated glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) that are heterogeneous in structure, depending on the cell and tissue type of origin, and vary in a dynamic spatiotemporal manner. The structure of GAGs can be altered by intracellular enzymes before they are secreted, and by enzymes in the extracellular space. Remodelling of the extracellular matrix is a dynamic and ongoing process for many tissues, for which there is a critical interplay between the cells and cues they receive from their surrounding environment. This project will investigate interactions that occur between the extracellular matrix molecules, collagen and the glycosaminoglycan chondroitin sulphate, to understand the mechanisms that control tissue regeneration and remodelling. This project would suit a student with a Biochemistry background, or a student that is willing to become familiar and proficient in experimental techniques including, but not limited to cell culture, _in vivo_ models, ELISA, Western Blot, chromatography, PCR, glycobiology, and CRISPR **Application** Applicants must satisfy the requirements to enrol in a graduate research program at the University of Melbourne - for more information on the entry requirements and how to enrol - Applicants should also satisfy the requirements and apply for a Graduate Research Scholarship - for more information on eligibility and how to apply - To be considered as being competitive for a scholarship international students need to have the equivalent of at least 85%. The University of Melbourne calculates their scholarship scores on a case by case basis and primarily using academic transcripts, publications are also taken into consideration, and may marginally increase the score. All applications for a Graduate Research Scholarship require evidence of support from the research supervisor. Highly motivated candidates who are interested in completing a PhD in Biomedical Engineering and meet the criteria for enrolment are invited to contact Dr Farrugia. **Please email your CV, academic transcript and a brief outline of your previous research experience and your future research goals to[brooke.farrugia@unimelb.edu.au](mailto:brooke.farrugia@unimelb.edu.au) ** Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Australia e-mail
55 Link PhD in Biomedical Engineering - Utilising marine based sulphated polysaccharides to create new biomimetic material technologies PhD positions are currently available with [Dr Brooke Farrugia](https://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person836178) in the [Department of Biomedical Engineering](https://biomedical.eng.unimelb.edu.au/) at [The University of Melbourne ](https://www.unimelb.edu.au/) **[The Project](https://apps.eng.unimelb.edu.au/research- projects/index.php?r=site/webView&id=584): ** Rising healthcare costs and an ageing global population has seen the market demand for engineered tissues and biomaterials rise from $13.6B in 2016 to over $60.8B by 2021. These regenerative medicine strategies rely on the development of cost-effective materials that can induce specific biological functions and/or induce better integration into the body. Glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) play a key role in these tissue integration processes. GAGs are a family of sulphated polysaccharides (SP), and are complex, polydisperse linear chains that regulate many important biological functions. Heparin and heparan sulphate (HS) are the most well-known GAGs. The first step in regulating function is that the GAGs need to interact, or bind, with biological molecules. This interaction is highly dependent on the GAG’s structure. Specific binding of the GAG with a range of biomolecules, for example growth factors (GF) and chemokines, has significant downstream effects on the biological function. This project takes inspiration from nature as we seek to utilise marine SPs and develop a fundamental understanding of how changes in the structure and nature of these molecules affects their ability to induce specific biological activities. This project would suit a student with a Materials or Chemical Engineering background that is interested in conducting experiments that will answer fundamental research questions that will lead to the development of new technologies and the potential to work with industry collaborators. **Application** Applicants must satisfy the requirements to enrol in a graduate research program at the University of Melbourne - for more information on the entry requirements and how to enrol - Applicants should also satisfy the requirements and apply for a Graduate Research Scholarship - for more information on eligibility and how to apply - To be considered as being competitive for a scholarship international students need to have the equivalent of at least 85%. The University of Melbourne calculates their scholarship scores on a case by case basis and primarily using academic transcripts, publications are also taken into consideration, and may marginally increase the score. All applications for a Graduate Research Scholarship require evidence of support from the research supervisor. Highly motivated candidates who are interested in completing a PhD in Biomedical Engineering and meet the criteria for enrolment are invited to contact Dr Farrugia. **Please email your CV, academic transcript and a brief outline of your previous research experience and your future research goals to[brooke.farrugia@unimelb.edu.au](mailto:brooke.farrugia@unimelb.edu.au) ** Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Australia e-mail
56 Link A full-time position The Department of Architecture is inviting applications for a full-time position. Applicants should specialise in Structural Design, and have a deep knowledge of construction and materials, structural engineering, constructional systems. The candidates will have an architectural or engineering background, and hold a doctorate degree. Fluency in English is a prerequisite. Teaching experience, publications and prior academic research are expected. Our academic staff is encouraged to invest time on research and publications during their employment. Teaching may include both undergraduate and postgraduate, elective and core courses and a typical working week includes 12 hours of studio and two 3-hour courses, while the language of instruction is English. Professional design experience is also desirable. Architecture Full-time 2021-09-09T05:00:00+02:00 Turkey e-mail
57 Link Internship at Start-up company **Internships or Master/Bachelor Studies** Synthetic Biology │ Microbiology │ Metabolic Engineering **Who we are** FGen is a biotechnology spin-off company of the ETH Zurich active in the field of synthetic biology and high throughput experimentation. We collaborate with industrial partners for the development of microbial cell factories. Key to our unique way to design efficient cells is our proprietary nanoliter-rector screening platform. FGen is located at the Technologiepark Basel and offers positions for bachelor/master studies and internships. For more information about the company please visit our homepage **[www.fgen.ch](http://www.fgen.ch)**. **Who you are** You are an open-minded team player that wants to do a bachelor/master thesis or internship at an exciting biotech start-up company. You perform your studies in the field of biological sciences and you know fundamental molecular biology and microbiological techniques or you are familiar with cell biology and biochemical methods. **What you give** You are willing to spend at least 6 months in the charming city of Basel and you are eager to share and discuss innovative ideas. You will be responsible for a small project, which we will be selected according to your background and which will be described in detail after your application has been accepted. **What you get back** You will get hands-on expertise in modern biotechnological techniques and get insight into the work in an industrial biotech context. You will also experience the busy life in a young start-up company and learn how to successfully conclude a scientific project. Please send your complete application as a single pdf-file to **[meyer@fgen.ch](mailto:meyer@fgen.ch)**. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Switzerland e-mail
58 Link Postdoc position in Immunology/Tissue repair One postdoctoral position is available in the lab "Stroma, Inflammation and Tissue Repair" (Department of Immunology, Institut Pasteur, Paris) to study the regulation of tissue immunity and inflammatory responses by the stromal microenvironment. The stromal microenvironment (fibroblasts, myofibroblasts, pericytes) is increasingly recognized as a major player in tissue homeostasis, tissue regeneration and chronic pathologies. Our lab investigates the role of the stromal microenvironment in tissue homeostasis and disease pathogenesis, with a focus on inflammatory/fibrotic diseases and cancer (Dulauroy, Nature Medicine 2012; Stzepourginski, PNAS 2017; Di Carlo, JCI 2018; Benabid, Curr Opin Immunol 2020). Using different experimental approaches including unique mice models, transcriptomics and confocal microscopy, this project aims at investigating novel mechanisms regulating tissue immunity and the inflammatory/fibrotic response by stromal cells. We are interested in several organs with a focus on skin, intestine, heart. This project is integrated in an ERC project aiming at identifying novel therapeutic approaches in inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. The successful candidate has recently obtained a PhD, has a proven track record of achievement in immunology or stromal biology, a strong interest in stroma-immune crosstalk and a good expertise with FACS. Experience with transcriptomics (single cells or bulk RNAseq) or epigenetics is not required but would be a plus. The position is available immediately for one-year contract, renewable. The Institut Pasteur in Paris offers an international, dynamic and stimulating scientific campus with more than 1500 researchers working in 11 Departments favouring multiple collaborations, and access to top-notch plateforms. To apply, please send your complete CV, motivation letter and contact information for 3 references, to: [lucie.peduto@pasteur.fr](mailto:lucie.peduto@pasteur.fr). Biological sciences Full-time 2021-08-31T18:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
59 Link Pre-call for a Post-doctoral fellowship in induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) biology **CNR-NANOTEC (the National Research Council Institute of Nanotechnology,) is launching a new, long-term research programme to foster translation to the clinical practice of advances in Nanotechnology and Photonics by establishing a direct interface between basic and clinical scientists.** **One of the main areas of activity will be in Neurodegenerative Diseases, in particular methods for non-invasive pre-symptomatic diagnosis and human _in vitro_ models of neurodegeneration for preclinical testing of new treatment.** We are looking for a highly motivated, enthusiastic and outstanding post- doctoral candidate for a research position based in Lecce in the following area: * **Induced pluripotent stem cell biology** for the biological characterization of 3D in vitro models of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The candidate must possess experience in iPSC culture, including maintenance and differentiation, and functionality assessment through cellular and molecular biological assays. Experiences with electrophysiology measurements, organ-on-chip and/or bioprinting technologies are considered a plus. **The position is for 3 years, renewable every year. Salary will be on the CNR scales, according to qualifications and experience, up to a maximum net salary of 32 k€.** Please submit your motivation letter, CV with the names and contacts of at least two scientific referees and a resumé of your achievements over the past 4-5 years to the attention of Prof. Lorenzo Moroni, who will be the main supervisor of the post-doc fellow, at [organ.on.a.chip.nanotec@gmail.com](mailto:organ.on.a.chip.nanotec@gmail.com) and [l.moroni@maastrichtuniversity.nl](mailto:l.moroni@maastrichtuniversity.nl) quoting the job title. **Living in Lecce** Lecce, the capital of Salento, is both a city of history and art: its elegant, cozy historic center showcases remnants from the Messapians to the Middle Ages, although it is particularly renowned for its baroque architecture (a Florence of the Baroque era) built in the characteristic soft local stone (pietra leccese) that dazzles in the sunshine. However, Lecce is also a capital of Italian cooking built on a local tradition of simple ingredients (“cucina povera”) and robust red wines (Negroamaro and Primitivo), and sports a buzzing bar scene. Century-old olive groves stretch over the countryside, whereas a short distance away are wild beaches with a clear azure sea famous for diving and picturesque rocky caves. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-12-31T18:00:00+01:00 Italy e-mail
60 Link Research Assistant (PhD student) in data-driven experimental materials design (MH_RA01) IMDEA Materials Institute seeks a PhD Student (Research assistant) to work on a project focused on the development and applications of hybrid data-driven- experimental approaches for advanced composite materials design. The general aim of the project is to develop the next generation polymer nanocomposites with improved mechanical and fire-safety properties in the context of their applications in energy and transport. The research will involve synthesis and characterization of various nanocomposite materials as well as applications of statistical machine learning and optimization techniques to guide the experimental work towards better designs at lower R&D costs. The exact scope of the to-be-pursuit project will be determined on the basis of current needs as well as the previous experience, skills and interests of the successful candidate. Engineering Full-time 2022-01-31T23:00:00+01:00 Spain website
61 Link Post-Doctoral Fellowships at UCD In Analog/Mixed Signal /Digital/ FPGA Circuit Design Interests are invited for Irish Research Council/Marie Skłodowska-Curie Post- doctoral fellowship applications at the Internet of Things lab at University College Dublin, Ireland on the topics below. 1. Biomedical IC Design (Mixed Signal/ Analog circuits) 2. Deep learning accelerators for IoT Sensors (Digital IC Design/FPGA) Engineering Full-time 2022-12-31T17:00:00+01:00 Ireland e-mail
62 Link DOR-5 Head of RF Transceivers **DOR-5 Head of RF Transceivers** **Contract: Full Time/Specified Purpose tied to MCCI core grant funding** Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) is an EI / IDA technology centre hosted at Tyndall National Institute. MCCI is already actively collaborating with 26 member companies and many of our staff transfer into the thriving microelectronics industry in Ireland on completion of research. Our research is addressing key challenges in Future Communications, Medical Technology and Smart Agriculture, through advancing the state of the art in Precision Circuits, RF Circuits, Optical transceivers and Power Management. MCCI invites applications for a Head of RF Transceivers. Reporting to the MCCI Director, **the Head of RF Transceivers will be, responsible for building and leading an R &D Group to advance the state of the art in RF circuits.** In this role, they will create the RF research roadmap, by engaging with industry to identify their individual research needs. They deliver on the research roadmap by growing collaborations with academic and industrial partners driving increased funding to expand the group and ensure its long- term sustainability. They will be leading a number of other senior research staff, as well as post-docs and PhD students. **Key Responsibilities** * Define the RF circuits research agenda and develop a detailed research roadmap for the RF group including project definitions in conjunction with industry partners and the MCCI Director. * Generate world-beating research outputs, including academic publications in leading conferences and journals such as ISSCC & JSSC and IP for commercialisation. * Developing funding opportunities and writing grant proposals to secure funding sources from public agencies and industrial partners * Attract and recruit key research staff in order to build a world-class research team. * Build relationships with other research groups both nationally and internationally including the creation of collaborative projects and funding opportunities. * Ensuring that the Group’s student supervision and teaching quality is high and that staff and student annual reviews are conducted on-time and in-line with Tyndall procedures. * Participate in Education and Public Engagement activities, as required. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system and required Health & Safety standards. * Carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. * Other responsibilities as may be agreed with the Tyndall CEO or MCCI Director. **Essential Criteria** * A PhD (Science / Engineering) or equivalent nationally recognised professional experience * Significant experience in RF IC design or equivalent research activities demonstrating a strong fundamental understanding of RF techniques * Significant experience of leading in a research team environment and managing staff and/or students * Demonstrated capability to attract own research funding * Extensive knowledge of RF architectures and requirements as they pertain to the target applications **Desirable Criteria** * A number of years’ successful track record in a leadership role * Demonstrated capability to proactively attract and engage with stakeholders in the relevant research areas * Extensive understanding of the national or international context of research * Experience in the design of applications in Internet of Things, Medical Technology, Smart Agriculture, Ultra-Low Power, Energy Harvesting and Storage, is highly desirable * Flexible and adaptive with a positive approach to managing substantial projects and associated resources Informal inquiries can be directed to Donnacha O'Riordan at [donnacha.oriordan@mcci.ie](mailto:donnacha.oriordan@mcci.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20DOR-5%20Head%20of%20RF%20Transceivers). Appointment may be made on the Senior Admin IV Grade scale B (new entrants) salary scale €81,356 to €97,274 per annum. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. **Application Instructions :Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/dor-5-head-of-rf-transceivers) to Apply** Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. For an information package including full details of the post, selection criteria and application process click [here](https://www.tyndall.ie/contentfiles/HR/CANInfoPackDOR5.pdf). The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Engineering Full-time 2021-08-30T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
63 Link Montpellier Advanced Knowledge Institute on Transitions (MAK'IT) - CALL FOR APPLICATIONS "VISITING SCIENTISTS" **OBJECTIVE** **This hosting programme is dedicated to senior researchers from abroad, whose research project is related, in a transversal and innovative way, to the action areas of the _Montpellier Advanced Knowledge Institute on Transitions_ (MAK’IT) – agriculture & food, environment, health – and contributes to its mission to analyse, accompany and accelerate transitions towards sustainable development. The selected fellows are invited for a 3 to 10 month residency in a research unit of the Montpellier University of Excellence (MUSE) consortium of their choice.** Co-funded by MAK’IT and the host research structure, this programme offers these fellows a privileged working environment for nurturing their ideas and creativity in a decompartementalised way within a world-renown scientific community. MAK’IT organizes weekly exchanges among fellow residents who are pushed to foster innovative interdisciplinary approaches, breaking with academic routines and geared toward the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). MAK’IT fellows are also strongly encouraged and actively supported in their efforts to create new connections and develop concrete collaborations with Montpellier’s scientific community. **HOSTING CONDITIONS** A hosting agreement is signed between the University of Montpellier, on which MAK’IT depends administratively, the host research units and the fellow to formalize the following modalities. **_Research resources_** Fellows invited by MAK’IT are detached from their usual obligations in their home institution and have the necessary availability to freely devote themselves to their research project and participate in the Institute’s activities. During their stay in Montpellier, they each have an office equipped with a computer, Internet access and printing facilities within the research unit that hosts them. The fellows also have access to several meeting rooms and a 250-seat amphitheatre in MAK’IT’s premises. MAK’IT facilitates access and extended lending rights in the main libraries of the University of Montpellier, as well as the possibility, with financial participation, of having lunch at the cafeteria of the research unit that hosts them, when this option is available. **_Housing_** MAK’IT works with a seasonal apartment rental agency in Montpellier to offer guest fellows a range of quality apartments, selected by itself, that are fully equipped and nearby or easily accessible from the Institute. MAK’IT takes full and direct responsibility for the accommodation costs of its residents. Requests for family accommodation must be indicated in the application form in order to be considered. **_Flat-rate monthly allowance_** Fellows invited to MAK’IT remain attached to their home institution during their stay: they do not have an employment contract with the Institute and it is their responsibility to ask their institution of origin to maintain all or part of their salary. MAK’IT allocates guest fellows a monthly allowance of a non-negotiable lump sum of €3,000. This amount is calculated to enable fellows to largely cover the costs related to their stay in Montpellier and to finance their scientific activity (travels to meetings, registration fees for scientific events, purchases of books or software, etc.). **_Travel and visa_** MAK’IT, via the host research unit.s of the fellow, covers its fellows’ return trip between Montpellier and their usual place of residence, in economy class. Any immigration costs (visa) are also covered by MAK’IT. **_Insurance and social security coverage_** MAK’IT does not cover insurance and social security costs, which must be borne by the fellows themselves or their employer. The MAK’IT team is at the fellows’ disposal to assist them in dealing with international health insurance companies, in the event that the coverage available through their home institution is not valid in France. The fellows must provide proof of adequate social security coverage, covering the risks of illness, accidents at work and civil liability, before arriving in Montpellier. **_Administrative services_** The MAK’IT team is at the fellows’ disposal to help them with the administrative procedures related to their installation in Montpellier and the organization of their scientific events. If necessary, their families also benefit from specific support: schooling of children, assistance with the academic integration of spouses, French as a foreign language courses, etc. **COMMITMENTS OF THE FELLOW** A stay at MAK’IT aims to enable invited fellows to carry out their research through an innovative and enriching approach, by freely organising their activities and working hours and benefiting from the necessary services and assistance in their daily practical and administrative procedures. It also implies the acceptance of certain conditions. **_Time spent in Montpellier_** Each invited fellow is required to be in Montpellier for at least 90% of the duration of his/her stay (excluding periods of closure of the Institute). This residency requirement, which is essential to establish genuine partnerships with the local scientific community, is compatible with occasional absences, which must be reported in advance. Absences of less than a week are simply notified to the host research unit(s) and the MAK’IT team. A longer absence will be subject to management approval. **_Contribution to MAK’IT activities_** The fellow commits to contribute to the interdisciplinary activities, meetings and reflections organized by MAK’IT during his/her stay, including Fellows’ seminars and lunches (half a day a week). He/she undertakes to share the progress of his research with the other fellows and the local scientific community and to prepare a short activity report at the end of his/her stay. **_Organisation of an international public scientific event in Montpellier_** With the logistical and financial support of MAK’IT, the fellow commits to organise, during his/her stay in Montpellier, at least one scientific event of international scope, open to the public, in connection with his research project and in collaboration with the research unit.s that hosts him/her and the Montpellier scientific community more broadly. **_Communication and dissemination of results_** The fellow retains the intellectual property rights to the results of his/her research carried out as part of this fellowship with MAK’IT. He/she undertakes to contribute to MAK’IT’s publications and other communication tools concerning the progress of his research. He/she keeps MAK’IT informed of its participation in external symposia, seminars or scientific events as well as of his/her publications, prizes and distinctions obtained or any new development in his/her career. He/she authorizes MAK’IT to publish his/her portrait and, if relevant, the results of his/her research carried out at MAK’IT for the Institute’s archives. In the event of their wider dissemination, the fellow undertakes to mention the support he has received from MAK’IT and to affix the Institute’s logo to them. Environmental science Not Applicable 2021-11-01T00:00:00+01:00 France website
64 Link Early Stage Research Position in mmWave-based communication systems at National Instruments Dresden GmbH National Instruments (NI) is a pioneer in the field of technologies of measurement and automation technology and equips engineers and scientists with systems that accelerate productivity, innovation, and discovery. NI Dresden is the R&D Center with focus on wireless communications. It develops software and hardware that is used for testing and for prototyping of related systems and components, including 5G standards and future communication systems. Among this work is the participation in the newly funded SEMANTIC Marie-Curie ITN (Innovative Training Network) project. In the context of this project, NI is searching for interested candidates for an Early Stage Research position in its R&D department. The position is as follows: **NI-1:** Spectrum coexistence and 5G NR beam management techniques in multi- GHz bands **Description:** Become an expert in mmWave-based communication systems for 5G NR and beyond and cognitive beam-management techniques. Design and evaluate novel techniques and implementations on the NI SDR platform and familiarize with standardization bodies from 3GPP. Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Germany website
65 Link PhD position: Advanced 3D bioprinting, biofabrication and modelling at the intersection of computational optimisation, microscale physics, tissue engineering **Lead Researcher:** Dr. David Collins **University and Affiliation:** University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Engineering **Preferred Background:** Science and Engineering Disciplines (including Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Engineering) **Project:** This job offer is for a PhD position in the Collins BioMicrosystems Laboratory (CBML) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Melbourne, Australia's #1 University. This is an open call for students interested topics related to 3D bioprinting and microscale manipulation, especially those interested in building new technologies and approaches. One potential application space is in tissue organoids, collections of 100-10,000 cells replicating the function of macro-scale organs, are an emerging technology that is enabling rapid drug discovery and the development of implantable tissues. The techniques used to form these organoids, however, are highly limited in terms of the tissue structures that can be created; the ability to spatially define these organ-analogues with an order of magnitude higher precision in terms of their heterogeneous composition and shape will make tissue organoids an even more powerful tool for biomedical science. In this project, the successful applicant will seek to combine approaches in computational optimisation, potentially including artificial intelligence, genetic algorithms and the like to design systems that can generate defined organoid topologies. A PhD in this area is an attractive area to work due to the significance of applications and the wide range of skillsets that will be developed. Because this interdisciplinary project lies at the intersection of a number of different research fields, self-motivated students with an interest or experience in microfabrication, mechatronics, computational optimization, analytical modelling and/or microscale physics, with the potential to develop skillsets in cell culture, are strongly encouraged to apply. Interested candidates may contact Dr. Collins for additional information. Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Australia e-mail
66 Link Post-doctoral position Context: A post-doctoral position in the context of a KU Leuven competitive funding ID-N (interdisciplinary) project is available in the Endothelial Cell Biology Research Unit, headed by Prof. Dr. Aernout Luttun, at the Center for Molecular and Vascular Biology, Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, KU Leuven, Belgium. This interdisciplinary project is executed by a collaborative and highly interactive network of three different KU Leuven labs that have a broad diversity of technologies available. This post-doctoral position will therefore offer the possibility to gain proficiency in various aspects of the behavior of endothelial cells, including transcriptional regulation, mechanosensing and interaction with their surrounding matrix. **Background and aims of the project:** All organs, with a few exceptions, contain a blood vessel network that is adapted to fulfill the needs of the host tissue. Endothelial cells lining the inside of these vessels have therefore acquired specific molecular, morphologic and functional characteristics that become compromised when exposed to disease conditions. Unraveling the mechanisms that determine these organ-specific endothelial characteristics offers the possibility to develop novel strategies to diagnose and treat organ-specific vascular diseases. The current project focusses on endothelial cells in three vital organs, heart, liver and brain. The host lab identified transcription factor combinations highly enriched in endothelial cells in each of these organs. These transcription factors combined with different environmental cues determine the unique properties of endothelial cells in each organ. The central aim of this interdisciplinary project is to estimate the relative contribution of transcription factors and environmental signals to the heterogeneous nature of endothelial cells. This will be accomplished by artificially altering transcription factor expression or by changing their environment through variation of their hemodynamic and mechanical environment. The identification of relevant combinations of transcriptional and environmental modulators of organ-specific endothelial cell phenotypes can inform tissue engineers of the important characteristics to include in the design of organ-specific vascular bed repair strategies. Responsibilities: ● you will have a dedicated project related to the aims described above and be responsible for its administration and execution ● you will be collaborating with other team members working on endothelial heterogeneity in the host lab and also with colleagues working in the other two labs participating in this ID-N project ● your project will involve working with cells derived from different species (including transgenic mice and human donors) and will encompass their isolation and culture, their manipulation by lentiviral overexpression of transcription factor (combination)s or by altering cell environment (through exposure to flow, native extracellular matrix or artificial matrices with different degrees of stiffness); an important part of the work will be related to expressional and functional profiling of the (manipulated) cells ● you will be expected to present your work at internal and external (inter)national meetings Biological sciences Full-time 2021-10-01T23:00:00+02:00 Belgium e-mail
67 Link assistant professor in the research and teaching staff group 1. The competition may be entered by candidates who meet the following criteria: 1. academic achievements and meeting all requirements for tenure at the WMU 2. academic degree - habilitated doctor degree of medical sciences, health sciences, physical culture sciences 3. professional title: magister (MA degree) 4. right to practice as a physiotherapist 5. knowledge of the English language confirmed by a FCE certificate 6. certification of training in the conduct of scientific research consistent with the profile of the unit 7. candidates who submitted a statement that employment at the Wroclaw Medical University is to be the place of their primary employment within the meaning of the Act 8. and who meet the requirements of Art. 113 of the Act - Law on Higher Education and Science (consolidated text, Dz. U. /Journal of Laws/ of 2020, item 85): 1. have full legal capacity, 2. have not been subjects of a conviction by final judgment for an intentional offence or an intentional fiscal offence, 3. have not been punished with a disciplinary penalty of a temporary or permanent ban on practising the profession of an academic teacher, 4. enjoy full civil rights. 2. Applicants entering the competition shall submit the following documents: 1. competition application, 2. personal data sheet, 3. documents confirming compliance with the above competition criteria, 4. certificate on the average grade obtained during studies (applies to assistant, teacher, lecturer and instructor positions), 5. list of publications including a score defined by the Main Library of Wroclaw Medical University, 6. information concerning past scientific achievements, information concerning potential ongoing classes, 7. certifications and documentation allowing the applicant to score points according to the criteria adopted by the University, 8. copies of certificates of employment and employment confirmation, or a certificate of the duration of doctoral studies, 9. statements specified in the Competition Regulations. Medical sciences Full-time 2021-09-22T15:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
68 Link Postdoc position in Cyber-Physical Systems control, ERC Project 'L2C'. ICTEAM Institute, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium The Cyber-Physical systems laboratory at ICTEAM, UCL is involved in several international research projects devoted to the development of modern control techniques for complex systems (Cyber-Physical, Networked, IOT-enabled). We strive for transforming deep mathematical results into state-of-the-art control algorithms tackling novel challenges arising in engineering applications. In particular, some projects are more particularly related with Air Traffic Management, loT-related non-idealities, and control of smart buildings. The applicant will participate in the ERC-funded project L2C. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T18:00:00+02:00 Belgium e-mail
69 Link phD position in Cyber-Physical Systems control, ERC Project 'L2C'. ICTEAM Institute, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium. The Cyber-Physical systems laboratory at ICTEAM, UCL is involved in several international research projects devoted to the development of modern control techniques for complex systems (Cyber-Physical, Networked, IOT-enabled). We strive for transforming deep mathematical results into state-of-the-art control algorithms tackling novel challenges arising in engineering applications. In particular, some projects are more particularly related with Air Traffic Management, LoT-related non-idealities, and control of smart buildings. The applicants will participate in the ERC-funded project L2C. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T18:00:00+02:00 Belgium e-mail
70 Link Postdoctoral Fellow - High-field Initiative project (IV-7) ELI Beamlines research centre in Dolní Břežany is a part of pan-European infrastructure ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) representing a unique tool of support of scientific excellence in Europe by making available its capacities to the best scientific teams across the world. The aim of ELI Beamlines is to establish the most intensive laser system in the world and to operate it on a long-term basis. Due to ultra-high performances of 10 PW (1 petawatt = 1,000,000,000,000,000 watts) and concentrated intensities of up to 1024 W/cm2, we can offer our users a unique source of radiation and beams of accelerated particles. The so called beamlines will enable ground-breaking research in the area of physics and science dealing with materials, but also in biomedicine and laboratory astrophysics and many other fields. ELI Beamlines is a part of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it was open in 2015. The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is a holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award. It is awarded by the European Commission to institutions which put significant effort into improving their human resources strategy and ensuring professional and ethical working conditions. The HIFI (High Field Initiative) project has recently begun its work at ELI Beamlines. The HIFI project is established to be the leading project in the high field science. In contrast to other approaches we are emphasizing the synergy between the theory and experiments and building a strong theoretical group to develop new ideas for experiments. In parallel we are building a computing centre aimed at conducting computer simulations. The project will advance our knowledge of laser accelerated electrons and ions as well as high energy photon generation in novel regimes when radiation friction and quantum electrodynamics processes, such as electron-positron pair creation and vacuum polarization, become significant. To explore this regime experimentally an upgrade of the existing at ELI-BL infrastructure around the 10 PW laser beam will be done within the [HIFI project](https://www.eli- beams.eu/about/projects/ongoing-projects/hifi/). Postdoctoral Fellow - High-field Initiative project (IV-7) The ERT (Excellence Research Team) recruits scientists for developing theory, computer simulations, and for preparing and developing of experiments on high power laser facilities, who will work with Prof. S. V. Bulanov*) and ELI-BL staff on the following activities: * theory of charged particle acceleration and hard electromagnetic radiation in relativistic laser plasmas * development and use of numerical techniques (various computer codes) for simulation of nonlinear processes in laser plasmas * participation in design and conducting experiments for high-field sciences in ELI-Beamlines Further questions on scientific project can be addressed to Sergei V. Bulanov (e-mail: [sergei.bulanov@eli-beams.eu](mailto:sergei.bulanov@eli-beams.eu)) Requirements: * PhD in Physics or Mathematics with the focus on theoretical, computation or experimental physics or equivalent degree * the candidate is required to have experience in one or several fields of theoretical physics related to nonlinear waves, charged particle acceleration, quantum electrodynamics, numerical modelling of nonlinear processes in plasmas or in experimental plasma physics We offer: * the opportunity to participate in this unique scientific project * competitive and motivating salary * flexible working hours * nice working environment * career growth * lunch vouchers, pension contribution and 5 sick days * support of leisure time activities Interviews will begin immediately and the position will stay open until filled. Applications, containing CV, cover letter, contacts of references, and any other material the candidate considers relevant, should be sent to Mrs. Jana Ženíšková, HR specialist ([jana.zeniskova@eli- beams.eu](mailto:jana.zeniskova@eli-beams.eu), +420 - 601560322). Information regarding the personal data processing and access to the personal data at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences can be found on: *) The ERT team leader, Prof. S. V. Bulanov has graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MFTI). He obtained the PhD degree from MFTI in the field of theoretical physics and astrophysics and the Doctor of Sciences degree at the Institute of General Physics RAS in Moscow in the field of plasma physics. S. V. Bulanov is an expert in theoretical astrophysics, in nonlinear wave theory, in the theory of relativistic laser plasmas and in computer simulations. Being theoretician S. V. Bulanov for several years was a leader of experimental group at the KPSI (JAERI-JAEA-QST) institute in Kyoto in Japan. S. V. Bulanov is a recipient of several notable awards: State Prize of the USSR for Sciences and Technology for achievements in high energy astrophysics, Japan Atomic Energy Agency President’s Awards and Awards of the Japan Laser Society for contribution to the laser physics development, and Hannes Alfven Prize of European Physical Society for experimental and theoretical contribution to the development of large-scale next-step devices in high-temperature plasma physics research. S. V. Bulanov published 2 monographs and more than 600 papers. His citation indexes are: 19000 citations with the h-index equal to 67, according to the Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge survey engine. Physics Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic e-mail
71 Link A Postdoctoral position to study Ferroptosis in cancer A three-years Postdoctoral position is available at the Weizmann Institute of Science to study ferroptosis in breast cancer and its implication in cancer therapy. Ferroptosis is a newly discovered cell death pathway driven by iron- dependent lipid peroxidation. We recently discovered new inducers of ferroptosis, and specific metabolic states that increase vulnerability to ferroptosis, and thus can be used for cancer therapy. We have multidisciplinary projects related to ferroptosis in TNBC (triple negative breast cancer), and we are currently looking for two talented and enthusiastic postdocs to join us. Please look at our recent paper: Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T22:00:00+02:00 Israel e-mail
72 Link Multiple Postdoctoral Research Positions at Zhejiang University (Nanoelectronics and Advanced Sensors) Zhejiang University, one of the top universities in Asia, is one of the earliest institutions of higher education in China. Located in the beautiful scenic city of Hangzhou in the East Coast of the country, it is a premium national university. Multiple positions of Postdoctoral Research Fellow are now available. We seek highly motivated candidates with strong research track record and a PhD degree in electrical engineering, optical engineering, applied physics, materials science & engineering, or another related disciplinary. The associated research fields include nanoelectronics, advanced sensors, and other novel micro/nano devices. Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
73 Link IoT Data Scientist ### Description The innovation area called Internet of Things and Pervasive Technologies researches, designs and develops advanced enabling technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm and its convergence with Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) i.e., complex smart systems (e.g., drones, ground robots, industrial AGVs) interconnected with the physical work, characterized by real- time response requirements. The main objective is promoting and enabling digital transformation as well as the processes optimization in various application domains, ranging from industrial automation to smart city, finally generating a positive impact on society, local territory and the environment. To this aim, the area is involved in many applied international research and innovation projects, collaborating with the most relevant national and international industry players as well as in regional and industrial projects. In this context, we are looking for a dynamic and brilliant person with a background on software development and skills in data management, knowledge discovery and machine learning. Basic competences on distributed software design and development are required. The candidate will be involved in international research and innovation projects aiming to exploit Internet-of- Things and collected data in Industry 4.0, energy, robotics and other relevant scenarios and to promote online process optimization, anomalies forecasting and proactive control (e.g., predictive maintenance and adaptive control) also through the adoption of decision support systems. Specific research will be done on decision sciences keeping human in the loop of the decision and control process. Given the opportunity to work in an international environment, fluent written and spoken English is strongly required. ### Requirements: * MSc degree/PhD in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Engineering Mathematics or equivalent. * Knowledge of machine learning and deep learning techniques. * Experience in the use of the main tools and cloud environment for deep learning tests (Jupyter, Colab..). * Basic knowledge of few of the main data science frameworks (e.g., NumPy, Pandas, Scikit-Learn, Tensorflow, Keras). * Good proficiency in possibly different programming languages (e.g. Java, Python, C++, Javascript) and strong interest in learning new languages and software tools. * Knowledge of best practices in software development. Knowledge of basic team-oriented development processes and development-support tools (e.g. for versioning, testing, etc.). * Ability to work both individually and actively join and interact with international, possibly distributed teams. * Good ability to manage job assignment working with deadlines * Creative, proactive attitude joint with interest in working on development of innovative solutions. * Good English level (written and oral communication skills). * ##### One or more of the following is considered as a plus: * Knowledge of open source technologies and proficient use of Linux * Experience in programming software for distributed environments. ### **Other information** Contract type: full-time fixed-term research contract Duration: 12 -24 months. Location/Workplace: LINKS Foundation (Turin - Italy). Computer science Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Italy e-mail
74 Link Post-doctoral position in Aeroacoustics: physically-based sound synthesis of wind turbine noise **Context** Wind energy is expanding rapidly in France, as elsewhere in the world, and some people are concerned about a significant annoyance that might be partly due to the nature of the noise emitted, which includes important low frequency components (audible or not), with a modulated temporal structure. One of the objective of the French project RIBEolh (Research on the impacts of wind turbine noise on humans: sound, perception, health), is to perform a psychoacoustic study under controlled conditions using signals measured and synthesized for different operating conditions of wind turbines. This approach enables the synthesis of noise based on well-identified and controllable physical parameters, which will make it possible to precisely determine the parameters that have an important role in the effects of wind turbine noise on perception and annoyance. The sound synthesis will make it possible to eliminate background noise, wind turbine noise being characterized by low signal to noise ratios, and to consider conditions that may differ from those found during acoustic measurements in the field. Contrary to existing sound synthesis tools, based on the signal processing techniques, the physically- based sound synthesis approach will enable us to identify the the parameters that have an important role on loudness and annoyance related to wind turbine noise. The sound synthesis tool of the RIBEolh project will thus be based on the physical modeling of noise sources radiated by wind turbines and on their propagation in the atmosphere. It will take into account the fact that the source is extended and in motion in order to correctly predict the directivity pattern and amplitude modulations of wind turbine noise. The tool will be divided into three main modules: 1. broadband aerodynamic noise; 2. tonal components of aerodynamic or mechanical noise; 3. background noise associated to wind on the microphone and on vegetation. The first module corresponds to the dominant aeroacoustic sources in the audible frequency range for large-scale wind turbines, and will be based on the synthesis model of Mascarenhas et al. (2021) based on Amiet’s theory. In the RIBEolH project, we will focus mostly on turbulence interaction noise and on separation/stall noise, as these noise sources are generally louder than trailing edge noise below 300-400 Hz. The tonal components of aerodynamic noise are present at the harmonics of the blade passing frequency (typically around 0.8 Hz), and are mainly attributed to the tower-blade interaction noise. The unsteady loading on the blades and on the tower can either be calculated using simplified aerodynamic models such as the Blade Element Momentum model, or with more refined simulations such as the ones based on the sliding mesh method. The third module, corresponding to background noise, will focus on the wind-induced noise on the microphone. This noise will be included in the sound synthesis used in the perceptual validation performed in the Mechanics and Acoustics Laboratory (LMA) in Marseille in order to match the _in situ_ recordings, but will not be included in the psychoacoustic tests as only wind turbine noise components will be studied. **Objectives** The objectives of this post-doctoral position are: * to develop aeroacoustic models for broadband and tonal sources that are suitable in a sound synthesis context; * to compare the model predictions to in situ measurements at different distances from the wind turbines and for various meteorological conditions, both in the time domain (amplitude modulation) and in the frequency domain (third octave band spectra) in order to test the performance of the sound synthesis tool; * to transfer the tool to the project partners in charge of the perceptual validation of the sound synthesis. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-19T23:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
75 Link Postdoctoral fellowship in Reservoir Engineering – Production Optimization The Energy Production Innovation Center (EPIC) has opened a call for applicants for postdoctoral fellowship opportunities funded by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) in the area of Reservoir Engineering – Production Optimization. EPIC is supported by FAPESP and Equinor Brasil Energia and is located at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil. Research Line 1 – Production Optimization using Numerical Reservoir Simulation Models (RL1), coordinated by Prof. Denis Schiozer (FEM/UNICAMP), aims to investigate approaches to improve the decision-making and optimization processes related to the development and management of the petroleum reservoirs of Brazilian pre-salt. These processes involve several technological challenges related to reservoir and fluid properties and oil recovery methods, such as water alternating gas (WAG-CO2) and polymer flooding. RL1 will also investigate digital initiatives such as intelligent wells, smart control of petroleum fields, real-time data analysis and processing using machine-learning methods, hardware acceleration, and visualization techniques. RL1 will develop research on the following topics: * AT1: Reservoir characterization and representation in simulation models; * AT2: Production optimization and decision-making under uncertainty; * AT3: Simulation of enhanced oil recovery methods; * AT4: Simulation and visualization of models; * AT5: Integration between reservoir and production systems. Currently, RL1 has the participation of the following professors: Denis Schiozer (School of Mechanical Engineering - FEM/UNICAMP), Anderson Rocha (IC/UNICAMP), André Fioravanti (School of Mechanical Engineering - FEM/UNICAMP), Celmar Silva (School of Technology - FT/UNICAMP), Guilherme Coelho (School of Technology - FT/UNICAMP), Marcio Pinto (Escola Politécnica of the University of São Paulo - POLI/USP), and Phillippe Devloo (School of Civil Engineering - FEC/UNICAMP). The applicants must send the following documents by e-mail to [unisim- adm-l@listas.unicamp.br](mailto:unisim-adm-l@listas.unicamp.br), informing in the subject line “EPIC | Postdoctoral application for RL1”: 1) Resume and full academic records, including the GPA; 2) A motivation letter, written in English, explaining the interest in the vacancy, your preferred field of research and your motivation for joining the research center; 3) Two letters of recommendation. 4) List of scientific publications, Master and PhD Thesis. An interview will be scheduled after the analysis of the applicant’s documentation. Important: * All vacancies require fluency in English. * All vacancies are full-time research opportunities. * The post-doctoral fellowship includes a monthly stipend of R$ 7,373.10 (around USD 1,900 or EURO 1,700), access to the health-care system of Unicamp, and research contingency funds (15% of the annual value of the fellowship, each year) * For more details on the candidate’s requirements, check out Fapesp’s webpage Engineering Full-time 2021-10-01T23:00:00+02:00 Brazil e-mail
76 Link RISE Year-Round Internship Program **Contract Type** : Paid internship (full-time or part-time) **Internship Duration:** 2 to 6 months The **Research Centre on Interactive Media, Smart System and Emerging Technologies – RISE (**[ **www.rise.org.cy**](http://www.rise.org.cy/) **)** is a newly founded research centre of excellence in Nicosia, Cyprus. RISE is a significant investment supported by the European Commission, the Republic of Cyprus and its founding Partners, the Municipality of Nicosia, Max Planck Institute, University College London, the University of Cyprus, the Cyprus University of Technology and the Open University of Cyprus. The research focus of RISE is on interactive media and it conducts excellent, internationally competitive scientific research in the areas of visual sciences, human factors and design, communication, and artificial intelligence in a tight synergy that provides an unique interdisciplinary research perspective emphasising an “Inspired by Humans, Designed for Humans” philosophy. RISE engages in knowledge transfer and innovation activities aiming to bridge the gap between scientific research and STEM-led innovation and entrepreneurship. RISE is designed to act as an integrator of academic research and industrial innovation, towards the sustainable fuelling of the scientific, technological, and economic growth of Cyprus and Europe. **RISE Year-Round Internship Program** RISE Center of Excellence is pleased to announce its **Year-round Internship Program** for undergraduate- and graduate-level students and early career individuals. Designed to act as an integrator of academic research and industrial innovation, RISE will use its Internship Program to inspire talented young researchers by exposing them to cutting-edge methods and **_R_** esearch in **_I_** nteractive media, **_S_** mart systems and **_E_** merging technologies – RISE. Interns will have the opportunity to carry out research as part of one of the Center’s [Multidisciplinary Research Groups (MRGs)](http://www.rise.org.cy/en- gb/research/research-groups/). They will be introduced to the use of the latest methods and techniques in a chosen field or fields, in the center of Nicosia, and will become part of RISE’s lively ecosystem of academics, researchers, creative and onward-looking people, innovators, entrepreneurs and practitioners. Computer science Negotiable 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Cyprus website
77 Link Computational Biology / Systems Biology Modeler DESCRIPTION Nova is a pioneer in the emerging field of _in silico_ medicine based in Lyon (France). It specializes in numerical modeling and simulation of clinical trials for biotech and pharmaceutical companies, academic research centers and non-profit organizations. We help our clients unleash the potential of combining math, computer science and biology to reduce the risks associated with R&D of new treatments for the benefit of patients. Through a collaborative work of our team of biologists, doctors, clinicians, mathematicians and computer scientists we develop multiscale mechanistic models in various fields such as oncology, cardiology, immune disorder, viral infections or metabolic diseases. You are… * A team player, a good listener, and an effective communicator Join a growing multidisciplinary team of enthusiastic innovators such as biologists, data scientists, applied math engineers and developers. * Curious and proactive with a solid grounding in biology and/or mathematical modeling Particularly in cell biology, molecular biology to address real-life clinical issues. * Eager to learn and use mathematical methods for the modeling of biological systems Simulate virtual diseases and treatments with ODE, PDE, Monte-Carlo Simulations * Autonomous and self-motivated with strong analytical and problem-solving skills Find innovative solutions to science and engineering problems * Responsive and capable of facing time-sensitive challenges Project management with client-facing opportunities are awaiting you RESPONSIBILITIES * Contribute actively to the creation of in silico pathophysiological models by * Conducting literature reviews on the biological system to model * Creating computational models (CM) of biological systems * Calibrating and Validating your CM based on extracted knowledge and data * Integrating your CM with others to build a complete model of the disease of interest * Run and analyze large simulation results to answer the client’s questions * Communicate your results in scientific reports and presentations * Impact the development of the company’s simulation platform * Participate in weekly and monthly project meetings and reporting Biological sciences Full-time 2021-12-31T18:00:00+01:00 France website
78 Link Melbourne-Bayreuth Joint PhD in Exciton Science THE UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND BAYREUTH HAVE CREATED A NEW, INTERNATIONAL JOINT PHD. GRADUATE RESEARCHERS SPEND A MINIMUM OF 12 MONTHS AT EACH UNIVERSITY AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO GRADUATE WITH A JOINTLY AWARDED PHD RECOGNISED WITH A TESTAMUR FROM EACH UNIVERSITY This project is a collaboration between the School of Chemistry at the University of Melbourne and the Department of Physics at the University of Bayreuth. Graduate researchers undertake a Joint-PhD project at both universities and, as part of the experience, spend at least 12 months of their candidature in each location, accessing research facilities and expertise at both institutions. The program is currently offering 8 joint PhD scholarships to be commencing late 2020. Upon completion, will be eligible to graduate with two testamurs, one from the University of Melbourne and one from the University of Bayreuth, stipends and travel support will be available. Successful candidates will: Gain complementary skills from international colleagues to increase the impact of their research Grow their international networks and develop a truly global perspective Become part of two high-quality research environments and cultures Have the joint nature of their PhD recognised by two testamurs Physics Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Australia website
79 Link RWTH Aachen-Melbourne Joint PhD project on energy research Interested in energy research? A roadmap to a global career? Spending a year in Europe/Australia as part of a joint PhD program? Come and join the [RWTH- Melbourne Joint PhD Group](https://rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/#tabmain) and work with world leading researchers Prof [Michael Brear](https://energy.unimelb.edu.au/about/executive-committee/michael-brear) and his team of [supervisors](https://rum.research.unimelb.edu.au/#tab222) and become part of the research community offered by the Melbourne Energy Institute. We have 4 scholarships available which include a living allowance, tuition waiver, relocation and mobility funding. Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Australia website
80 Link MH-32 Senior Researcher – Power Solutions for IoT **MH-32** Senior Researcher – Power Solutions for IoT **Contract Type:** Full time/Fixed Term 24 months **Job Description** University College Cork, Tyndall National Institute invites applications for a senior researcher in the area of **Power Solutions for IoT (Internet of things)**. We seek talented candidates ideally available to start immediately with strong motivation and leadership skills who will contribute as a strategic member to a dynamic and growing successful research team. The role is ideally for post docs (or professionals with a demonstrated research excellence and leadership track record) with typically with 5 years’ experience looking for an opportunity to increase the impact and innovation elements of 2 exciting ‘powering the internet of things’ projects at Tyndall. These are (i) the EnABLES research infrastructure project that is coordinated by Tyndall [www.enables-project.eu](http://www.enables-project.eu/) & (ii) the Irish government funded DTIF HOLISTICS project led by Tyndall and involving 12 other academic and industry partners developing wearable solutions for the med tech sector. The minimum academic qualification is an honour’s degree (or an equivalent international degree) in electronic engineering, physics, computer science or related relevant discipline along with 5 years relevant experience. The contract is initially for 24 months with a view to positioning the candidate for future feasibility study and project opportunities subject to capabilities shown and future funding opportunities. Such opportunities will be generated via project and proposal writing activities. Tyndall National Institute (Tyndall), [www.tyndall.ie](https://www.tyndall.ie/), is Ireland’s largest research centre, specialising in defined areas of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). Within Tyndall, the ICT4EE team is developing solutions for powering the internet of things encompassing energy harvesting, storage, micro power management and system integration for IoT applications. **Key Responsibilities** The researcher will lead a number of EnABLES feasibility studies that Tyndall has underway as part of its Transnational Access (TA) offering. The feasibility studies range from state of the art literature reviews to simulation model development to characterisation of IoT and ‘power IoT’ devices and systems across a broad range of applications. The researcher will also be responsible for working with ENABLES internal and external partners and taking a leading role in generating and supporting new feasibility studies. These TA studies are done free of charge for academic and industry applicant under EnABLES and are a seminal step in creating new partnerships and proposals. The researcher shall also technically lead Tyndall’s power source system integration activities in the HOLISTICS project working closely with the PMIC (power management IC) designers as well as the other partners in the consortium developing energy harvesting and storage devices. This shall encompass the development of eSIP (energy system in package) demonstrators combining Tyndall technology with that of partners. As this is a senior level role the candidate will be expected to have some experience in, or, at least exhibit an aptitude for stakeholder management (interactions with project partners). The nature of the work will depend on project needs at a given point of time but will comprise some combination of the following: * Micro-power energy harvesting modelling based on existing Tyndall platforms. * Characterisation &/or development of energy harvesting and power management solutions for both projects. * Characterisation of power consumption of IoT devices with a view to identifying optimization opportunities based on existing and emerging technologies. * Conducting state of the art reviews (paper &/or bench studies) of energy harvesting devices, circuits and solutions. * Develop early proof of concept ‘power IoT’ design solutions * Interacting with developers of HOLISTICS use cases to understand their power source need and determine how to minimise power consumption and maximise harvesting of ambient energies where available. * Generate material for high quality EnABLES & HOLISTICS publications (journal, posters, conference papers, patents, newsletters, social media). * Travel as required to meetings, project partner sites and any other deployment sites to support installation, troubleshooting and operation of power IoT solutions. * Maintain project engineering logs (hard copy and software) of all activities including engineering documents, meetings, reviews, results, IP generated, project correspondence, etc. in accordance to Tyndall’s ISO900 procedures. * Execute duties in accordance with terms and conditions of both projects * This is a hands on role and so the candidate needs to be practical, assertive and achievement orientated. It is also essential that technical and feasibility study reports are delivered in a timely manner in accordance with project terms. * The successful candidate will be highly self-motivated and will contribute as an integral member of a dynamic and growing research team. * The need to work flexible hours and to be adaptable in working practice is essential. * Participate in Education and Public Engagement activities, as required. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system and required Health & Safety standards. * Carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. **Essential Criteria** * Primary degree in engineering, physics, science or a relevant discipline to the role * Typically, with 5 years’ relevant post graduate experience in industry or academia. * Research experience in energy harvesting systems and techniques for ultra-low power IoT applications. * Skills or understanding in any of the following energy harvester types; RF, PV, TEG or vibrational for low power IoT applications. * Strong circuit level hardware design skills and a good familiarity of firmware design in the application of Ultra-Low Power IoT systems. * Proven research leadership skills. * The candidate will need to demonstrate strong analytical and problem solving capabilities. * Good self-management, report writing skills and communication skills for interaction with project partners. * A proven ability to work well in a team and an ability to independently take on projects and carry them out from initial requirements to prototype. **Desirable Criteria** * PhD in Electronic or Electrical Engineering or a related discipline * A key research focus of the group is energy harvested autonomous sensors (wired or wireless) and so knowledge of the trade-offs required in low power systems is highly desirable. * Good working knowledge of sensors in order to be able to select an optimum solution for a given application is desirable. * Experience in development, modelling and integration of Energy Harvesting transducers, sensors, transceivers, microcontrollers, low power interface standards (e.g. I2C, SPI) and signal conditioning circuits. * This includes interfacing energy harvested power sources to Wireless sensors and development of power storage strategies using batteries and super capacitors. * Experience (minimum 5 year) in research or industry projects related to IoT devices and systems. * Experience in implementing end to end Wireless Sensor system for low power IoT applications from sensor to cloud. Appointment may be made on the Grade 6 scale (B) €50,042 – €59,746. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. For further queries please email Michael Hayes or Peter Haigh at [michael.hayes@tyndall.ie](mailto:michael.hayes@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20MH-32), [Peter.Haigh@tyndall.ie](mailto:peter.haigh@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquir%20ref%20MH-32) **Application Instructions : Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/mh-32-senior-researcher-_-power-solutions- for-iot) to Apply ** Handwritten forms will not be accepted. No late applications will be accepted. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
81 Link ERC Postdoctoral Fellowship - Modeling Electron-Phonon Interactions in Joule- Heated Media The Turbomachinery and Heat Transfer Laboratory, located at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, has initiated a new research project on Novel Heat Transfer Based Approach to Active Aviation Noise Cancellation, which is funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Currently, in the scope of this project, the laboratory has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow with prior degrees in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Aerospace Engineering, or related field. The selected individual will focus the majority of his research efforts in the field of Solid-State Physics Modeling of Electron-Phonon Interactions in Joule-Heated Media. _Requested Profile:_ * A pre-existing solid background, or a strong desire to acquire knowledge, in the following subjects is essential: Micro- and Nano-Scale Heat Transfer, Solid State Physics, Advanced Heat Transfer and Multiphysics Modelling, Acoustics. * Proficiency in MATLAB and expertise in finite element / volume solvers (such as COMSOL, ANSYS, Fluent, CFX) is required. * High level of English language proficiency is desirable. * Candidates are expected to be self-motivated, hardworking and team players. The laboratory is located on campus, and close to the Haifa city center. We maintain a very friendly environment, which will provide easy adaptation for the selected applicant. Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. Beni Cukurel (beni@cukurel.org) with Subject Line “ERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Application + Your Full Name” _Required Documents:_ In order to apply, please submit a short cover letter; Curriculum Vitae; and, academic degree certificate(s) and transcript(s). For further information, please visit Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Israel e-mail
82 Link ERC Postdoctoral Fellowship - Nano-Scale Heat Transfer Modeling The Turbomachinery and Heat Transfer Laboratory, located at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, has initiated a new research project on Novel Heat Transfer Based Approach to Active Aviation Noise Cancellation, which is funded by the European Research Council (ERC). Currently, in the scope of this project, the laboratory has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow with prior degrees in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Aerospace Engineering, or related field. The selected individual will focus the majority of his research efforts in the field of Nano-Scale Heat Transfer Modeling. _Requested Profile:_ * A pre-existing solid background, or a strong desire to acquire knowledge, in the following subjects is essential: Micro- and Nano-Scale Heat Transfer, Solid State Physics, Advanced Heat Transfer and Multiphysics Modelling, Acoustics. * Proficiency in MATLAB and expertise in finite element / volume solvers (such as COMSOL, ANSYS, Fluent, CFX) is required. * High level of English language proficiency is desirable. * Candidates are expected to be self-motivated, hardworking and team players. The laboratory is located on campus, and close to the Haifa city center. We maintain a very friendly environment, which will provide easy adaptation for the selected applicant. Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. Beni Cukurel (beni@cukurel.org) with Subject Line “ERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Application + Your Full Name” _Required Documents:_ In order to apply, please submit a short cover letter; Curriculum Vitae; and, academic degree certificate(s) and transcript(s). For further information, please visit Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Israel e-mail
83 Link Ph.D. Student Position - Basic and Applied Heat Transfer The Turbomachinery and Heat Transfer Laboratory, located at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology currently has an opening for Ph.D. student with prior degrees in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Aerospace Engineering, or related field. The selected individual will conduct his research in one or more of our ongoing efforts in the heat transfer field: * Heat Transfer and Acoustics Interactions in Wall Bounded and Separated Flows, * Thermo-Acoustics of Solids, * Advanced Thermal Management Methods for Micro Gas Turbines. _Requested Profile:_ * A pre-existing solid background, or a strong desire to acquire knowledge, in the following subjects is essential: Basic and Applied Heat Transfer, Multiphysics Modelling, Advanced Measurement Techniques. * Expertise in finite element / volume solvers (such as COMSOL, ANSYS, Fluent, CFX), and proficiency in MATLAB is a strong benefit. * High level of English language proficiency is desirable. * Candidates are expected to be self-motivated, hardworking and team players. The laboratory is located on campus, and close to the Haifa city center. We maintain a very friendly environment, which will provide easy adaptation for the selected applicant. Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. Beni Cukurel (beni@cukurel.org) with Subject Line “Ph.D. Student Application + Your Full Name” _Required Documents:_ In order to apply, please submit a short cover letter; Curriculum Vitae; and, academic degree certificate(s) and transcript(s). For further information, please visit Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Israel e-mail
84 Link Ph.D. Student Position - Measurement Techniques Development The Turbomachinery and Heat Transfer Laboratory, located at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology currently has an opening for Ph.D. student with prior degrees in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Aerospace Engineering, or related field. The selected individual will conduct his research in one or more of our ongoing efforts, geared towards advanced measurement techniques development: * Multispectral Infrared Thermography of Unknown-Emissivity Targets, * Multi-Hotwire High Speed Constant Temperature Anemometry, * Induction Phase Radiometry for Thermal Barrier Coating Properties Assessment. _Requested Profile:_ * A pre-existing solid background, or a strong desire to acquire knowledge, in the following subjects is essential: Advanced Measurement Techniques, Data Processing, Radiation Heat Transfer, Multiphysics Modelling. * Expertise in finite element / volume solvers (such as COMSOL, ANSYS, Fluent, CFX), and proficiency in MATLAB is a strong benefit. * High level of English language proficiency is desirable. * Candidates are expected to be self-motivated, hardworking and team players. The laboratory is located on campus, and close to the Haifa city center. We maintain a very friendly environment, which will provide easy adaptation for the selected applicant. Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. Beni Cukurel (beni@cukurel.org) with Subject Line “Ph.D. Student Application + Your Full Name” _Required Documents:_ In order to apply, please submit a short cover letter; Curriculum Vitae; and, academic degree certificate(s) and transcript(s). For further information, please visit Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Israel e-mail
85 Link Ph.D. Student Position - Micro-Turbomachinery The Turbomachinery and Heat Transfer Laboratory, located at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology currently has an opening for Ph.D. student with prior degrees in Mechanical, Aeronautical, Aerospace Engineering, or related field. The selected individual will conduct his research in one or more of our ongoing efforts in the turbomachinery field: * Adaptive Cycle Micro-Turbofan Engine Development, * Inverted Brayton Bottoming Cycle for Hot Gas Energy Recovery, * Additively Manufactured Micro Gas Turbines, * Economic Dispatch of a Micro-Gas Turbine CHP Generator, * Cold Flow Mixing Process in Micro-Combustors. _Requested Profile:_ * A pre-existing solid background, or a strong desire to acquire knowledge, in the following subjects is essential: Cycle Analysis, Aero-Thermal Design of Gas Turbines, Turbomachinery Aerodynamics. * Expertise in finite element / volume solvers (such as COMSOL, ANSYS, Fluent, CFX), and proficiency in MATLAB is a strong benefit. * High level of English language proficiency is desirable. * Candidates are expected to be self-motivated, hardworking and team players. The laboratory is located on campus, and close to the Haifa city center. We maintain a very friendly environment, which will provide easy adaptation for the selected applicant. Applications should be sent to Assoc. Prof. Beni Cukurel (beni@cukurel.org) with Subject Line “Ph.D. Student Application + Your Full Name” _Required Documents:_ In order to apply, please submit a short cover letter; Curriculum Vitae; and, academic degree certificate(s) and transcript(s). For further information, please visit Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Israel e-mail
86 Link Prof. Dr. Volker Wendisch The Chair of Genetics of Prokaryotes at the Bielefeld University is offering a position for **PhD student in the field of industrial biotechnology.** **About us:** The world will have to adopt a circular bioeconomy to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs). We believe that fermentation processes converting sustainable feedstocks that do not have competing uses as food or feed to sought-after target products will be an important cornerstone of this change towards biologization of various industries. Our research in the field of microbial biotechnology focusses on metabolic engineering. Insight from basic research on global gene regulation e.g., of central carbon metabolism, amino acid biosynthesis or carotenogenesis guides our systems metabolic engineering of industrially relevant bacteria. We make use of CRISPR methods, microbial consortia, the concept of flux enforcement, adaptive laboratory evolution (ALE), genome resequencing and RNAseq analysis to experimentally verify fundamental physiological hypothesis and to leverage this insight for rational strain development. Our work on feedstocks addresses various agro- and aquaculture sidestreams and their monomeric constituents. The product focus is on a number of target compounds belonging to different product classes (amines, organic acids, isoprenoids, alkaloids, etc.). Performance of engineered strains is characterized from the microscale (Biolector) to the bioreactor scale. We are involved in national and international collaborative research projects from narrowly focused to larger projects that may cover the full value chain. We are members of Bielefeld university’s Center for Biotechnology (CeBiTec) () and of its Faculty of Biology ([https://www.uni- bielefeld.de/fakultaeten/biologie/forschung/arbeitsgrupp...](https://www.uni- bielefeld.de/fakultaeten/biologie/forschung/arbeitsgruppen/genetics- prokaryotes)), providing highly interdisciplinary research, opportunities for further education and worldwide cooperation. **We offer:** This PhD project comprises physiological and genetic experiments including CRISPR based methods with biotechnologically relevant bacteria, especially _Corynebacterium glutamicum_. This organism is currently used for the production of more than 3 million tons of amino acids per year from glucose and thus is of outstanding importance in industrial biotechnology. We develop metabolic engineering strategies for access to alternative carbon sources present in agro-residual wastes streams and fishery wastes and apply these to sustainable production of value added compounds. Especially transport engineering is a thematic focus. **We seek:** Suitable candidates must hold or achieve a Diploma or Master´s degree in biology, biochemistry, biotechnology or related fields. Applicants should have a solid theoretical and practical knowledge of modern microbiology, molecular genetics and biochemistry. Experiences with molecular genetics methods as well as fermentation are beneficial. Candidates should have a high motivation to succeed in science, should be kind, efficient and reliable team players and should be fluent in English. Biological sciences Part-time 2021-09-12T12:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
87 Link Artificial intelligence r&d; engineer > 负责项目编程和开发,智能技术研发(算法,图像,视觉,大数据分析),智能运营管理等。 Other Negotiable 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
88 Link Public Call for Admission to the International PhD Programme (double-degree) in Contemporary Humanism - Academic year 2021/2022 (37th CYCLE) The International PhD Programme (double-degree) in Contemporary Humanism is instituted for the 37th Cycle at LUMSA University (Rome) in partnership with Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (PUC) - Santiago/Chile, Australian Catholic University (ACU) - Sydney/Australia, Institut Catholique de Paris (ICP) - Paris/France, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa (UCP). The International PhD Programme is regulated by the Agreement between the Partner Universities signed on 30 March 2017 and by an Addendum to the Agreement signed on 20 April 2020. The programme aims to develop knowledge and critical skills in reading and interpreting the historical, cultural, literary, philosophical and educational tradition in its making and in its effects on the present, from the point of view of the category of "humanism". This category is very present in current debates and very promising as a tool for a critical understanding of contemporary societies, even beyond the traditional perimeter of humanistic studies. Educational sciences Full-time 2021-09-24T12:00:00+02:00 Italy website
89 Link Artificial intelligence r&d; engineer Responsible for project programming and development, intelligent technology research and development (algorithm, image, vision, big data analysis), intelligent operation management, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
90 Link Professor, Associate professor, Assistant professor some job responsibilities of professors, associate professors, and assistant professors prescribed by our university. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
91 Link Imported Talent Doctoral degree in Basic Medicine, Biomedical Engineering, Preventive Medicine, Stomatology, Pharmacy. Unlimited number of hiring. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
92 Link Basic Medical College Teacher Doctoral degree in Basic Medicine, Analytical Chemistry, Cell Biology, Biology, Immunology, Medical Genetics, Molecular Genetics, Bioinformatics, etc. Unlimited number of hiring. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
93 Link School of Public Health Doctoral degree in Statistics, Psychology, Labor Health and Environmental Hygiene, Health Toxicology, Social Medicine and Health Management, Psychiatry, Microbiology, Health Inspection and Quarantine, Nutrition and Food Hygiene, etc. Unlimited number of hiring. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
94 Link Teacher of Pharmacy School Doctoral degree in Pharmacy, Chemistry, Botany, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmacy, Biology, Plant Ecology, Pharmacokinetics, Biological Engineering, etc. Unlimited number of hiring. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
95 Link Teacher of Life Science Research Institute Doctoral degree in Biomedical Engineering, Bioinformatics, Basic Medical Physics, Terminal Medicine, Biology, Veterinary Medicine, etc . Unlimited number of hiring. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
96 Link Researcher of Life Science Research Institute Doctoral degree, major in Surgery, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Pathology and Pathophysiology, Translational Medicine, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Basic Medicine, Materials Science and Engineering, Genetics, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Epidemiology, Oncology, Bioinformatics, Epidemiology and Health Statistics, Microbiology, Immunology, Molecular Biology, Animal Science, Neurobiology, Neuropharmacology, Developmental Biology, Translational Medicine. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
97 Link School of Nursing Doctoral degree in Nursing, Internal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
98 Link Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Doctoral degree in Social Work, Management, Sociology, Ethics, Insurance, Epidemiology and Health Statistics, Social Welfare, Philosophy of Science and Technology, Chinese Philosophy, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
99 Link Teacher of Marxism College Doctoral degree in Marxist Basic Principles, Ethics, Political Economy, Marxist Development History, Political Theory, International Politics, Chinese Modern History, Ideological and Political Education, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
100 Link Teacher of Foreign Language School Doctoral degree in English, Translation, Cross-cultural Communication and other related fields. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
101 Link Teacher of School of Information and Management Doctoral degree, Computer Science and Technology, Information and Communication Engineering, Electronic Information Engineering, Public Management, Management, Education, Economics, System Science, Public Health and Prevention, Statistics, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
102 Link Full-time teacher Teaching and scientific research. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
103 Link Teacher of Parasitology Teaching and scientific research. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
104 Link Medical Immunology Teacher Teaching and scientific research. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
105 Link Technical manager Technical guidance, quality management, scientific research, standard setting, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
106 Link Researcher 1 To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects;To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research . Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
107 Link Researcher 2 To propose plans for scientific research based on subject directions; To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects;To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
108 Link Researcher 3 To propose plans for scientific research based on subject directions; To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects; To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research. Other Negotiable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
109 Link Researcher 4 Research on plant resource investigation and characteristic plant development. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
110 Link Researcher 6 To propose plans for scientific research based on research directions; To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects;To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research . Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
111 Link Researcher 7 To propose plans for scientific research based on research directions; To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects;To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research . Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
112 Link Researcher 8 To propose plans for scientific research based on research directions; To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects;To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research . Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
113 Link Researcher 9 To propose plans for scientific research based on research directions; To assist team leader with implementing scientific research projects;To help graduate students and other research groups with scientific research . Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
114 Link Optical Researcher Research on Raman spectroscopy, optical molecular imaging and analysis techniques. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
115 Link Environmental Science Researcher Research on environmental chemistry and monitoring, environmental control and biotechnology. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
116 Link Biological Researcher 1 To instruct team members and postgraduate students to do research on polymer materials, conversion and utilization of non-grain biomass. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
117 Link Biological Researcher 2 To be self-directed towards some subjects and experiments in the field of biological refining, yet contributing to difficult technical problems-solving in a team environment. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
118 Link Marine Researcher 1 Research on ecosystem dynamics, coastal water dynamics, estuary and coastal dynamics, near-shore transport, applied geographic information, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
119 Link Technician of National Engineering Laboratory for Endangered Medicinal Resources Development in Southwest China Development of new drugs and health products; Research on traditional Chinese medicine and ethnic medicine. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
120 Link Technician of Key Laboratory for Guangxi Medicinal Resources Protection and Genetic Improvement Research on molecular biology of medicinal plants, medicinal plant cell models, preservation and breeding of medicinal plants, medical plant proteome and metabolome, data analysis of plant genetics,etc. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
121 Link Technician of Key Laboratory for Guangxi Medicinal Resources Protection and Genetic Improvement Researches on molecular biology of medicinal plants, medicinal plant cell models, preservation and breeding of medicinal plants, medical plant proteome and metabolome, data analysis of plant genetics, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
122 Link Technician for Guangxi Traditional Chinese Medicine Breeding Research Center Researches on medicinal plant breeding, physiology and ecology, cultivated technology promotion, separation and identification of medicinal components from medicinal plants. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
123 Link Technician of Guangxi Quality Inspection Center for Chinese Medicine Products Development of inspection methods. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
124 Link Professional Technical Personnel Safety evaluation of pressure vessels and pressure pipelines. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
125 Link Professional Technical Personnel Research on boiler combustion and energy saving technology. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
126 Link Postdoctoral researcher Research on health and safety management of in-used equipment; Research on corrosion behavior of special equipment under high-temperature, high-humidity and high-salt fog environment in Beibu Gulf; Cloud detection, intelligent detection and smart detection based on the internet and big data. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
127 Link Clinical medical technician Doctoral degree in basic medicine, stomatology, clinical medicine and medical technology, associate senior professional title. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
128 Link Clinical medical technicians in all departments Doctoral degree in related clinical medical technology. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
129 Link Doctoral degree in related clinical medical technology. Authorized one national scientific research project during employment contract; Authorized one provincial scientific research project in the first 3 years of employment contract; More than 2 SCI published papers about relevant research. Above all projects are required to be carried out with title of Guangxi Jiangbin Hospital , the first scientific research institute. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
130 Link Clinician \- General medical care guidance, teaching, scientific research, technical training and theoretical improvement directed by chief physicians. -Regular ward rounds, instructions on treatment of urgent, critical, severe, doubtful and difficult cases, outside-hospital consultations and case discussions. \- Instruct subordinate physicians in medical work. \- Responsible for teaching, professional and intern training. -Regular outpatient service. -Keep abreast of latest professional researches at home and abroad, and organize regular or irregular clinical training. -Guide clinical practice with advanced experience at home and abroad, continue to develop new technologies and improve medical quality. -Supervise subordinate physicians to implement hospital regulations and medical operating procedures. -Summarize clinical experience and carry out scientific research. -Other temporary medical tasks arranged by supervisors. Other Negotiable 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 China e-mail
131 Link Inspector-research on drug control Responsible for drugs and food control, other relevant tasks prescribed time; Scientific researches and technical work concerning inspection accuracy, inspection traceability, public service, etc. Other Negotiable 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
132 Link Head of Metallurgical Research To assist senior leaders with their duties, promote annual scientific research planning, including project approval, implementation, acceptance test, scientific and technological information management, etc.; -To review plans, goals and directions of major research projects; -To evaluate bring-in technologies and equipment, technological transformation for industry chain; -To complete other tasks assigned by supervisors. Other Negotiable 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
133 Link Indium tin material researcher -Responsible for leading technical team to carry out product development of indium tin alloy materials, chemicals or other related technologies. -Responsible for making research plans, research programs, research goals, specific experimental programs, experimental data analysis and process technology improvement. -Responsible for tracking of new technologies, new processes and new equipment for indium tin alloy, chemical industry at home and abroad, a acquaintance with new product development and market application -Responsible for grasping national and industry policies, organizing declaration of national, provincial or group projects. -Responsible for construction of laboratory equipment, personnel and other scientific research platforms. -Responsible for R&D team personnel cultivation and work evaluation of technicians. Other Negotiable 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
134 Link Algorithm engineer Responsible for R&D of radar signal processing extension system. Other Negotiable 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 China e-mail
135 Link 26 EU MSCA COFUND 2-year Postdoctoral Fellowships in all research fields in Paris Region (France) The Paris Region Fellowship Programme (ParisRegionFP) is an EU co-funded Marie Sklodowska Curie Action (MSCA) in the frame of European Commissions H2020 programme that will strengthen the research capacity and international influence of the Paris Region, in France. The two main challenges of the 5-year programme which started in January 2021 are to : * Recruit a total of 52 international leaders of all nationalities at post-doctoral positions in research and innovation, covering a large panel of disciplines * Provide intersectoral mobility, specifically created professional training and career development measures for these experienced researchers **The second call with a deadline in October, 21 st, 2021 will recruit 26 researchers for 2-year post-doctoral fellowships. ** The researchers will design and implement their original research project in a first-class research group of their choice belonging preferably to one of the 13 “Domain of Major Interest” (DMI) labels endorsed by the Paris Region. The DMIs are key research sectors on which the Paris Region focuses policy support and investments to strengthen its international attractiveness and intersectoral mobility: * Mathematical science incl. interactions, data science * Computer science incl. security, communication, artificial intelligence * Astrophysics and conditions for the appearance of life incl. space observations, planets, exobiology * Porous solids science applied in renewable energy, environment, health * Air quality incl. environment, health, public policy * One Health incl. infectiology, vaccines,.. * Life sciences incl. microfluidics, imaging, Big Data * Longevity and aging incl. geriatrics, gerontechnologies, social aspects * Gene therapy and genetics * Quantum technologies * Heritage and ancient materials * Digital humanities * Arabic and Islamic history, society, culture ParisRegionFP will offer a novel international, interdisciplinary and intersectoral training programme for recruited researchers, covering scientific, academic and industrial topics in these identified key sectors (or DMI scientific themes) as well as hands-on knowledge in non-research oriented transferable skills. The educational and research programme will be implemented by leading universities and 20 extra-academic partner organisations, covering actors from prestigious culture-related organisations and human resource actors to large industries and SMEs in various economic sectors. The scientific actors will ensure infrastructure capacity and high-level environment to conduct excellent research. Extra-academic partners will contribute to the implementation of ParisRegionFP by hosting experienced researchers during secondments or visits and/or by providing training, mentoring or career development opportunities. **Further information :** **Application Website** : **Contact:** [prfp@iledefrance.fr](mailto:prfp@iledefrance.fr) Agricultural sciences Full-time 2021-10-21T17:00:00+02:00 France website
136 Link Post-Doctoral Fellow in Statistical Physics of Active Matter The University of Luxembourg is looking for its Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine for a: Post-Doctoral Fellow in Statistical Physics of Active Matter * 24 months contract, full time (40 h/week) * Start date: From October 1st, 2020 (earliest possible date) to December 31st, 2021 (latest possible date) * Research Group: Statistical Physics of Active Matter Tasks A Postdoc position is available in the frame of the project “Statisical Mechanics of Active Matter” funded by the FNR. The goal of the Postdoc project is to combine recent methods of stochastic thermodynamics and large deviation theory to address problems of optimal control in active matter. The candidate is also expected to take part in the scientific activities organized within Statistical Physics of Active Matter group and the Department of Physics and Materials Science, such as seminars, colloquia, and summer schools. Profile The applicant should be a creative and motivated researcher with * Excellent analytical and numerical skills; * A high quality PhD in Theoretical Physics; * Solid knowledge of Statistical Physics; * Good written and oral skills in English. Offer * A dynamic research unit in a recently created, quickly growing University; * Excellent working conditions in an international and inspiring environment; * The opportunity to participate regularly in scientific activities in Luxembourg and abroad (seminars, summer schools, etc); * A competitive salary. Application Please send the following documents for application: * Motivation letter; * Curriculum vitae; * Coordinates of two persons willing to send letters of recommendation; * Copies of diplomas and transcripts with grades. Further information * Website of the group: [efodorphysics.github.io](https://efodorphysics.github.io/); * Contact: [etienne.fodor@uni.lu](mailto:etienne.fodor@uni.lu); [e.fodor@damtp.cam.ac.uk](mailto:e.fodor@damtp.cam.ac.uk) Please apply online before October 1st, 2021. Early submission is encouraged: Applications will be processed upon arrival. Ref: RCREQ0004396 The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer. Link: Physics Full-time 2021-10-01T23:00:00+02:00 Luxembourg website
137 Link PhD Position - Conception, Design and Development of Modern Power System Simulation and Control Solutions **Work group:** IEK-10 - Modellierung von Energiesystemen **Area of research:** PHD Thesis **Job description:** IEK-10 focuses on the development of models and algorithms for simulation and optimization of decentralized, integrated energy systems. Such systems are characterized by high spatial and temporal variability of energy supply and demand as well as by a high degree of interdependency of material and energy flows. Research at IEK-10 aims to provide scalable and faster than real-time capable methods and tools which enable the energy-optimal, cost-efficient and safe design and operation of future energy systems. **Your Job:** * Analysis of the current state of the art in control of multi-modal energy systems * Develop innovative control solutions for multi-modal decentralized energy systems * Support the design and development of a Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) laboratory * Development of real-time capable models for the energy infrastructures on the campus Forschungszentrum Jülich * Validation of the simulation models on the basis of the energy infrastructures of the campus of Forschungszentrum Jülich **Your Profile:** * Excellent university degree (Master) in Electrical / Electronic / Power Systems Engineering or a comparable field * Strong mathematical background * Knowledge of modeling, preferably of power systems * Very good knowledge and experience in programming (e.g. Python, Matlab, C, C++) * Experiences in mathematical optimization, simulation and machine learning * Excellent ability for cooperative collaboration * Very good communication skills in English * Preferably knowledge of Opal-RT / RTDS * Preferably knowledge in implementing electrical control circuits and measuring setups **Our Offer:** * Possibility of pursuing a PhD at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University supervised by Prof. Benigni * A highly motivated research group in one of the biggest research centers in Europe * An excellent scientific and technical infrastructure: both necessary conditions for a successful PhD thesis at RWTH Aachen within three and a half years * Participation in project meetings and conferences * Strong support and mentoring for setting up a future career in science and/or the industry * Usually a contract for the duration of 3 years * Pay in line with 75 % of pay group 13 of the Collective Agreement for the Public Service (TVöD-Bund). * Information on employment as a PhD student at Forschungszentrum Jülich can be found here [www.fz-juelich.de/gp/Careers_Docs](http://www.fz-juelich.de/gp/Careers_Docs) Forschungszentrum Jülich promotes equal opportunities and diversity in its employment relations.We also welcome applications from disabled persons. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. All Other 2021-10-26T17:07:05+02:00 Germany e-mail
138 Link CRG INTERNATIONAL MASTER INTERNSHIPS PROGRAMME The CRG offers a new Master Internship Programme for excellent and motivated students that wish to do the Master Thesis @ CRG. Apply now to boost your scientific career in a center of excellence, backed by first class core facilities and a broad training portfolio in our multidisciplinary, international community! Master students will benefit from an exciting international scientific environment and an integrated training programme, including access to state of the art infrastructure, lectures and seminars, specialised scientific and technological courses, complementary skills training, as well as social activities. We do offer up to **7 internships** for international life sciences Master students. Decide which lab fits better your research interests. Successful candidates will carry out their Master Thesis in one of the following labs: Decide which lab fits better your research interests. Successful candidates will carry out their Master Thesis in one of the following labs: * [DIERSSEN Lab](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/dierssen-lab) \- Memory Engrams | Single-Cell multiome | Down Syndrome | Alzheimer’s Disease | Neuronal Networks | Brain Clearing * [GEBAUER Lab](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/gebauer-lab) \- RNA Binding Protein | mRNA Translation | Cancer | Melanoma | Stress | Unconventional RBPs | Metastasis | Senescence * [LEHNER Lab ](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/lehner-lab)\- Genomics | Deep Mutagenesis | Machine Learning | Allostery | Cancer | Amyloids | Computational Biology | Clinical Genetics * [MAURER Lab](https://www.crg.eu/es/programmes-groups/maurer-lab) \- mRNA Localization | Neuronal Transport | Motor Proteins | RNA binding proteins | Single-Molecule Imaging | Protein & RNA Biochemistry | Biophysics * [RUPRECHT Lab](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/ruprecht-lab) \- Cell Migration | Cytoskeleton | Morphogenesis | Mechanobiology | Biophysics | Microscopy * [SEBÉ-PEDRÓS Lab ](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/sebe-pedros-lab)\- Evolution | Cell Type Programs | Symbiosis | Comparative Genomics | Single-Cell Biology | Environmental Genomics | Biodiversity * [STROUSTRUP Lab](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/stroustrup-lab) \- Aging Physiology | Complex Systems | Modelling | CRISPR | Functional Genomics * [VELTEN Lab](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/velten-lab) \- Single Cell Transcriptomics | CRISPR Screens | Hematopoiesis | Gene Regulation * [WEGHORN Lab](https://www.crg.eu/en/programmes-groups/weghorn-lab) \- Cancer Genomics | Somatic Mutation Analysis | Population Genetics | Selection Inference | Mutation Models | Statistical Testing Biological sciences Full-time 2021-10-31T17:00:00+01:00 Spain website
139 Link Temporary part time Chemical engineering (600254) Functions: Will be incorporated into the professional team of Dr. Josep Maria Chimenos Ribera of the Department of Ciència de Materials I Química Fisica of the Faculty of Chemistry with the aim of carrying out the following tasks: * Chemically and physically characterise wastewater samples * Conduct struvite precipitation experiments * Batch test * Write experiments reports Profile: * Chemical Engineering degree, Environmental Science degree or similar (finished) * Master in Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering or similar (finished or ongoing with 60 ECTS completed) * Vast laboratory experience * Experience in the utilization of analytical instrumentation, e.g. GC, HPLS, VIS-UV, * Experience in analysing waste and wastewater samples * Good English level, oral and written **Required documents:** * Application letter * Curriculum vitae **Please send your application to:** * email: [chimenos@ub.edu](mailto:chimenos@ub.edu) * Subject: Part time vacancy **Project Title:** **Utilización de subproductos de magnesio para la recuperación del fósforo en estaciones depuradoras de aguas residuales mediante precipitación de estruvita** Actvity Acronym: MAGNYFOS IP: Josep Maria Chimenos Ribera Departament: Ciència de Materials i Química Fisica Gross salary per year: 7874 € Funding: Project funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF/FEDER) - Ministry of Science and Innovation – State Research Agency (AEI). Project reference: RTC2019-007257-5 Female applicants are explicitly encouraged to apply. Priority will be given to people with disabilities. Chemistry Part-time 2021-09-03T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
140 Link POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW We are currently looking for a postdoctoral fellow to study the mechanisms of lung injury. The candidate will ideally have a recent Ph.D. degree and experience in the field of cell or molecular biology or biochemistry or a related discipline. This position involves interaction and collaboration with other investigators with similar interests in a translational research environment. To apply, please e-mail your CV to Beata Kosmider, Ph.D., Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA at [beata.kosmider@temple.edu](mailto:beata.kosmider@temple.edu) Many centers and institutes at Temple University are recognized internationally, for their work. Each offers exceptional opportunities for collaboration among faculty, departments, and even schools and colleges. Temple's centers and institutes provide postdoctoral fellows with chances to engage in multidisciplinary research, scholarship, and service in myriad subject areas. Biological sciences Full-time 2022-04-27T18:00:00+02:00 United States e-mail
141 Link Scholarships for PhD student in the theoretical nuclear physics The successful candidate will be working on the theoretical description of low energy nuclear fission. He/she will have to prepare the PhD thesis in the nuclear theory group in the Maria Curie Sklodowska University in Lublin. Specific scopes of the work may include carrying out multidimensional self- consistent Hartree-Fock-Bogolubov calculations for selected spontaneously fissioning isotopes. Evaluation of the fragment mass and kinetic energy yields within the time-dependent collective model. The research topic is "Theoretical investigation of the low and middle energy nuclear fission in the self- consistent model" Physics Full-time 2021-08-31T13:00:00+02:00 Poland website
142 Link Software Developer for dCache **Work group:** IT **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Starting date:** 21.07.2021 **Job description:** DESY dCache.org is an international collaboration of computer scientists to provide eponymous open source software for storing and retrieving huge amounts of data, distributed among a large number of heterogeneous server nodes, under a single virtual filesystem tree with a variety of standard access methods, including NFSv4.1 (pNFS), WebDAV and FTP protocols. Depending on the persistency model, dCache provides methods for exchanging data with backend (tertiary) storage systems as well as space management, pool attraction, dataset replication, hot spot determination and recovery from disk or node failures. dCache.org products are in use around the world by a large variety of scientific communities.The software is written in Java programing language using microservice-like architecture and based on widely adopted components, like Jetty, Spring, Zookeeper, Apache Kafka and others. The dCache source code is available at GitHub and open for external contributions. The German section of dCache.org is part of the scientific computing group within DESY IT. LgJobOffer.tasks.headline * Development and integration of dCache administration and web interfaces * Documentation and improvement of the RESTful-API for the data management components * Providing user support for the dCache software technology LgJobOffer.profile.headline * University master degree in computer science, physics, mathematics, or equivalent * Very good knowledge in Java software development and modern web development on Linux platforms * Experience with distributed computing and storage systems * Good spoken and written command of the english language * Team player with good communication skills Look forward to a unique working environment on our international research campus. We attach particular importance to appreciative cooperation and the well-being of our DESY employees. Gender equality is an important aspect for us. To support work life balance we offer flexible working hours, variable part-time and job-sharing. You will benefit from our family-friendly and collegial atmosphere, our established health management and occupational pension provision. As a public employer, we offer you a secure workplace and facilitate your individual career with our comprehensive training and development opportunities. Remuneration is according to the regulations of the TV-AVH. LgJobOffer.contact.helmholtzxml This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Physics Other 2021-09-12T00:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
143 Link Postdoctoral Fellow - Allegra laser system (IV-4) The ELI Beamlines Center is part of the international European Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) project. The lasers at ELI Beamlines aim to provide unprecedented ultrashort, ultra-intense laser pulses for diverse interdisciplinary applications in physics, medicine, biology and materials science. Currently, several of the main laser beamlines are operational and are being expanded and upgraded to reach their full performance and maximum availability. Other laser beamlines are in commissioning and new cutting-edge laser sources are in the design and development phase. ELI Beamlines is a part of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it was open in 2015. The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is a holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award. It is awarded by the European Commission to institutions which put significant effort into improving their human resources strategy and ensuring professional and ethical working conditions. Applications are now being accepted for a new position in the Laser Systems Department: Postdoctoral Fellow - Allegra laser system (IV-4) **Job description:** The successful candidate will work closely with the scientific team on the upgrade and development of state-of-the-art laser systems, in particular the Allegra laser (read more [here](https://www.eli- beams.eu/facility/lasers/laser-1-allegra-100-mj-1-khz/)). This work position provides an excellent opportunity for the involvement in the new research areas, applying for research grants/projects based on the large laser facility infrastructure, and professional development opportunity and career growth within the organization. _The essential duties:_ * conduct research in high-energy laser amplifiers development, beam combining and optical synchronization * actively participate in the development of high-energy laser beam diagnostics, laser system performance optimization and automation * perform calculations and modelling of system performance for newly developed ultra-short pulse amplification beamlines * present research results in scientific journals and conferences * actively participate in the development of laser components and specify their required parameters * mentor students and other junior researchers if necessary **Required qualifications and skills:** * recent PhD in Laser Physics or related field * ability to conduct research independently and as a member of a team * pro-active, team-oriented person with good communication skills * working knowledge of English, verbal and written **Desired qualification:** * experience with custom laser applications or optical engineering * basic understanding of data acquisition and control systems architectures * knowledge of Matlab, ZEMAX, LabView or other programming skills Applications, containing CV, cover letter, contacts of references, and any other material the candidate considers relevant, should be sent to Mrs. Jana Ženíšková, HR specialist ([jana.zeniskova@eli- beams.eu](mailto:jana.zeniskova@eli-beams.eu), +420 - 601560322). Information regarding the personal data processing and access to the personal data at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences can be found on: Physics Full-time 2021-09-23T00:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic e-mail
144 Link 15 Early-Stage Researcher Positions in Computer Graphics Eight organisations from all across Europe are looking for 15 Early-Stage Researchers in the field of Computer Graphics, for the [**PRIME (Predictive Rendering In Manufacture and Engineering)**](http://prime-itn.eu/) project. The individual research topics are as follows - details for each position can be found on the [project webpage](http://prime-itn.eu/positions.html): [Charles University](https://cuni.cz/UKEN-1.html), Prague, Czech Republic (ESR01 - Predictive Rendering of Fluorescent Materials - the vacancy was FILLED) (ESR02 - Predictive Rendering of Wooden Materials for Reliable Prototyping in the Woodworking Industry - the vacancy was FILLED) [Luxion ApS](https://luxion.com/), Aarhus, Denmark (ESR03 - Advanced Light Transport Simulation for Virtual Reality - the vacancy was FILLED) (ESR04 - Developing Robust Error Bounds for Light Transport Algorithms - the vacancy was FILLED) [Deutsches Forschungszentrum für künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)](https://www.dfki.de/web/ueber-uns/standorte-kontakt/saarbruecken/), Saarbrücken, Germany (ESR05 - Simulating training data for machine learning - the vacancy was FILLED) (ESR06 - Simulation at the edge of the visible spectrum and beyond - the vacancy was FILLED) [University College London](https://www.ucl.ac.uk/), London, United Kingdom (ESR 07 – Generative prediction of weathering and aged appearance - DO NOT APPLY AT THE MOMENT) (ESR 08 - Controllable generative adversarial networks (GANs) for 3D asset creation - the vacancy was FILLED) [Technical University of Denmark](https://www.dtu.dk/english), Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark (ESR09 - Modelling and predictive rendering of particulate materials - the vacancy was FILLED) ESR10 - Macroscopic Material Appearance Specification and Rendering [Linköping University](https://liu.se/en), Norrköping, Sweden (ESR 11 - Sparse representations for appearance modeling and rendering - the vacancy was FILLED) (ESR 12 - Compressed sensing for material and appearance capture - the vacancy was FILLED) [University of Zaragoza](https://www.unizar.es/), Zaragoza, Spain (ESR13 - Efficient Rendering of Volumetric Structured Appearances - the vacancy was FILLED) (ESR14 - Perceptually-Driven Intuitive Editing of Material Appearance - the vacancy was FILLED) [Imperial College London](http://www.ic.ac.uk/), London, United Kingdom (ESR15 - Data-driven Wave Optical Material Appearance Modelling and Rendering - the vacancy was FILLED) **Employment Details** Pay is standardised by the EU, and adjusted for local cost of living per country. It is ample by local standards, and allows for comfortable living of researchers. Employment duration within PRIME is 36 months, and the start date can be anytime between October 1st, 2020, and September 30th, 2021. However, we prefer candidates to be available as soon as is practical: ideally, we would like to hire until March 2021 at the very latest. Computer science Full-time 2021-09-30T16:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic website
145 Link Scholarship for MSc student – Singlet oxygen The investigator will be responsible for performing research objectives in the project entitled "„Novel, highly efficient TADF, RTP emitters for organic light emitting diodes”. The project is carried out within the First TEAM programme of the Foundation for Polish Science. The goal of First TEAM project is to research synthesize and novel compounds possessing Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence and Room Temperature Phosphorescence properties and use as Organic Light Emitting Diode efficient emitters. The proposed project deals with the comprehensive task of synthesis and analysis of novel ambipolar compounds and the construction and testing of warm white OLED devices. Chemistry Other 2021-09-27T15:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
146 Link Scientist - High-energy density physics (IV-13) The ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) Project is an integral part of the European Union plan to build the next generation of large research facilities. ELI-Beamlines was opened in 2015 as a cutting edge laser facility and currently is starting to offer open access beamtime to users. ELI-Beamlines is delivering ultrashort, ultra-intense laser pulses lasting typically a few femtoseconds (12-150 fs) with peak powers ranging from 5 TW up to 10 PW. It will make available time synchronized laser beams over wide range intensities for wide range of interdisciplinary applications in physics, medicine, biology, material science etc. The high laser electric field intensities of the laser pulse is also used for generating secondary sources of e- and p+. ELI Beamlines is a part of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it was open in 2015. The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is a holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award. It is awarded by the European Commission to institutions which put significant effort into improving their human resources strategy and ensuring professional and ethical working conditions. The theory/simulation group RP6 is expanding and recruiting a theoretician in the field of ultra-high intensity laser-plasma interaction. In our team we therefore have the following positions available: Scientist - High-energy density physics (IV-13) The positions could also be on the junior level depending on the qualification and past experience of the candidates. The candidate is supposed to work predominantly on the following topics: * develop research activities in high-intensity laser-matter interaction * prepare 10 PW flagship experiments from the theory/simulation side * willingness to guide young postdocs * ability to also engage in code development work * participate in outreach activities such as ELI summer schools * the candidate has sufficient flexibility to work on other urgent tasks coming up Requirements: * PhD in theoretical physics or related field * past experience in laser-plasma interaction would be appreciated * good track record in publications * good knowledge of spoken and written English is necessary * experience in analytical work as well as simulation activities * ability to take initiative and perform tasks independently We offer: * the opportunity to participate in this unique scientific project * competitive and motivating salary * flexible working hours * nice working environment * career growth * lunch vouchers, pension contribution and 5 unjustified sick days * support of leisure time activities Applications, containing CV, cover letter, contacts of references, and any other material the candidate considers relevant, should be sent to Mrs. Jana Ženíšková, HR specialist ([jana.zeniskova@eli- beams.eu](mailto:jana.zeniskova@eli-beams.eu), +420 - 601560322). Information regarding the personal data processing and access to the personal data at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences can be found on: Physics Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic e-mail
147 Link Postdoc Positions in Ab Initio Simulations: Theoretical Chemistry, Marx Group, Bochum Postdoc Positions in Ab Initio Simulation: Theoretical Chemistry, Marx Group, Bochum Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Research Associate positions in the Marx Group at Bochum ([www.theochem.rub.de](http://www.theochem.rub.de)) which are available immediately or upon mutual agreement for two years with possible extensions. The researchers will be involved in challenging projects using and/or advancing modern ab initio simulation techniques including state-of- the-art machine learning extensions. Topics cover THz spectroscopy, quantum cryochemistry or aqueous interfaces using cutting-edge methods such as those based on path integrals and artificial neural networks; check the homepage and recent publications. The Center for Theoretical Chemistry at RUB offers an exciting interdisciplinary research environment and excellent facilities including several in-house HPC platforms. The Marx Group is among the scientific pillars of the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV ([www.solvation.de](http://www.solvation.de)) and is deeply involved in the Center for Solvation Science ZEMOS ([www.rub.de/zemos](http://www.rub.de/zemos)), which hosts a powerful Core Facility for Simulation. The Research Associates will take full advantage of being integrated into RESOLV and ZEMOS. Note that we are fully operational on university campus without the need of video meetings. Information on the simulation techniques used and developed at CTC are accessible via [www.theochem.rub.de/go/cprev.html](http://www.theochem.rub.de/go/cprev.html), whereas fundamentals are provided in D. Marx and J. Hutter, Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics: Basic Theory and Advanced Methods (Cambridge, 2009). Candidates should have significant experience in molecular dynamics / electronic structure and a PhD in computational / theoretical chemistry / physics. Candidates should send a two page resume including a short outline of their previous research expertise and achievements as well as their own thoughts on aforementioned topics together with the usual material as a PDF file to: Professor Dominik Marx Lehrstuhl fuer Theoretische Chemie Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum 44780 Bochum, Germany [theochem@theochem.rub.de](mailto:theochem@theochem.rub.de) | [www.theochem.rub.de](http://www.theochem.rub.de) The Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum seeks to foster the careers of women, especially in areas where they are currently underrepresented, and therefore encourages applications of women in particular. Qualified disabled candidates are explicitly invited to apply. Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Chemistry Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
148 Link PhD Positions with a scholarship (2 positions available immediately) IZTECH s recruiting PhD students for a project called “New Generation Implants for All” as a part of TUBITAK 2232 International Outstanding Leaders Program. İzmir Institute of Technology ([Turkish](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_language "Turkish language"): İzmir Yüksek Teknoloji Enstitüsü, commonly referred to as İYTE) is a [public](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_university "Public university") [research university](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Research_university "Research university") in [İzmir](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C4%B0zmir "İzmir"), [Turkey](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkey "Turkey"). İYTE maintains a strong emphasis on the [natural sciences](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_sciences "Natural sciences") and [engineering](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Engineering "Engineering") and is the only institute of its kind in Turkey with a special focus on scientific research. İzmir Institute of Technology is often cited among Turkey's top universities. The suitable candidate will be part of a research team with other MSc, and PhD students The research topics for this position are related to biomechanics of movement to extract boundary conditions for implants and design of implant simulators, in silico implant design and wear simulations including testing according to the ISO standards for medical device design. It is expected that the thesis work will involve interdisciplinary themes related to motion capture, human movement science, modelling and testing of implants, design of machinery-simulators, human-machine physical interaction, robotics, design of implants, wear, and wear measurements. The call is open to any nationalities, however the applicants must reside in Turkey within the duration of the PhD. Required Qualifications: • B.Sc and M.Sc. in either Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Robotics, Mechatronics • Knowledge of wear modelling and coding •Highly proficient in spoken and written _English_. • Strong background in mechanics, problem solving, analytical thinking and trouble shooting ability Preferred Qualifications: • Background in biomechanics, proficient with kinematics, kinetics, data analysis and statistics, modelling, simulations, finite element modelling, design of implants, wear mechanics, tribology, measurement of wear. • Experience in experimental methods related to human movement analysis (e.g. motion capture technology, Visual 3D, wearable systems, marker systems, force plates, EMG etc), • Demonstrable effectiveness in disseminating scientific results (e.g. publications/talks in conferences). • Experience in programming real‐time control software in Simulink. • Experience with medical device testing and ISO standards, application of SOPs, for quality control assessments • Experience with mechanical engineering, mechatronics, and human‐machine interfaces, design of machinery, programming, control, and robotics. • Analytical skills to select and interpret tests appropriate for the research • Communication skills to write detailed explanatory reports and articles and to present results of research at meetings and conferences • Fluency in English language to be able to conduct research to produce high quality journal papers, communicate with international collaborators • Interpersonal skills necessary to communicate effectively with clinicians, study participants, engineers, research team members, project collaborators, industrial partners, high level academics, funding body Submission Guidelines & Timeline: 1) These positions will be filled as soon as possible. The successful candidates are expected to start the PhD program in Fall/winter 2020. 2) Please submit your CV (max 4 pages) and a 1-page motivation letter to [senaymihcin@iyte.edu.tr](mailto:senaymihcin@iyte.edu.tr) 3) Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed remotely (Skype, Teams etc) 4) For more information on how to apply, please visit university website. Engineering Part-time 2021-10-30T23:00:00+02:00 Turkey e-mail
149 Link 3-years postdoctoral position in precision cellular immunotherapy A 3-years postdoctoral position is available at the Lille University Hospital (CHU Lille) and INSERM UMR1277, Lille France in precision cellular immunotherapy. This is part of a highly collaborative project led by Dr. Suman Mitra, Pr. Jos Melenhorst and Pr. Franck Morschhauser. The candidate will work in Dr. Suman Mitra’s group at INSERM 1277 Lille () and CHU de Lille () in close collaboration with Prof. Jos Melenhorst at the Center for Cellular Immunotherapies, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. This is truly a translational research project with the goal to identify novel mechanisms-based biomarkers of therapeutic response and failure of CAR-T therapy in Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. This is a highly collaborative project led by dept of hematology Lille (Prof. Franck Morschhauser, Ibrahim Yakoub Agha), Suman Mitra (Inserm 1277 Lille) and Prof. Jos Melenhorst (UPenn). The position will involve DNA and RNA sequencing, flow cytometry and other advanced single cell proteomics and transcriptomics approaches, gene modifications of T cells using lentiviral or other vectors. The position will serve to extend, refine, and enhance skills necessary for professional and career development. Furthermore, this position will enable the candidate to broaden her/his scientific background by acquiring new research capabilities. The candidate is expected to conduct research independently, prioritize and multitask, and thrive in a highly collaborative environment in both Upenn and Lille. She or He will have the opportunity to build working relationships with leading clinicians and scientists to broaden scientific knowledge and skills. The candidate will spend significant amount of time at the Melenhorst laboratory, USA and is also expected to travel to Lille, France, to set up the bioanalytical pipeline in the Mitra lab. The post-doc is furthermore expected to participate in and take ownership of project planning, the development of experimental procedures and maintaining their laboratory notebook, plus data analysis and the communication of their results at laboratory, department, and scientific meetings, and via summarizing his/her data in progress reports and manuscripts. The post-doc is also expected to acquire the technical skills, contribute to laboratory management, budget management, and grant writing. Further, the post-doctoral fellow is expected to train and supervise junior lab members and be an effective team member. The position is available immediately. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-10-31T17:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
150 Link DevOps-Engineer/Sysadmin (IV-35) The ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) Project is an integral part of the European Union plan to build the next generation of large research facilities. ELI-Beamlines was opened in 2015 as a cutting edge laser facility and currently is starting to offer open access beamtime to users. ELI-Beamlines is delivering ultrashort, ultra-intense laser pulses lasting typically a few femtoseconds (12-150 fs) with peak powers ranging from 5 TW up to 10 PW. It will make available time synchronized laser beams over wide range intensities for wide range of interdisciplinary applications in physics, medicine, biology, material science etc. The high laser electric field intensities of the laser pulse is also used for generating secondary sources of e- and p+. ELI Beamlines is a part of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it was open in 2015. The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is a holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award. It is awarded by the European Commission to institutions which put significant effort into improving their human resources strategy and ensuring professional and ethical working conditions. For the development, delivery and support of the laser control systems, we invite applications for a new group member: DevOps-Engineer/Sysadmin The suitable candidate will be responsible for: * * building, operating and extending infrastructure systems for development, testing, deployment and monitoring of control system software * developing and implementing a strategy for configuration management of critical installations * supporting the development of a web-based monitoring platform * supporting the daily operation of the laser and experimental laboratories and server room, assisting with the deployment of new subsystems, and responding to developer and operator requirements **Requirements:** * * university degree with a focus on computer science, software engineering, applied physics or mathematics or related * demonstrated professional experience in: * Linux systems administration * virtualization and platform standardization * support of software development and deployment toolchains * excellent working knowledge of English, verbal and written * at least one of the following would be also desirable: * knowledge of enterprise-level networking concepts * skills in backend web development (php 7, nodeJS,..) * experience working in a research facility or for a large data centre We offer: * the opportunity to participate in this unique scientific project * competitive and motivating salary * flexible working hours * career growth * lunch vouchers, pension contribution and 5 sick days * support of leisure time activities Applications, containing CV, cover letter, contacts of references, and any other material the candidate considers relevant, should be sent to Mrs. Jana Ženíšková, HR specialist ([jana.zeniskova@eli- beams.eu](mailto:jana.zeniskova@eli-beams.eu), +420 - 601560322). Information regarding the personal data processing and access to the personal data at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences can be found on: Computer science Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic e-mail
151 Link Radiologist Head of Department Our medical imaging department has a complete technical platform that has been fully digitized for 15 years; MRI 1,5 T Siemens Avanto Tim - scanner Siemens definition EDGE 128 bars - Siemens Mammomat Inspiration - Siemens Luminos dRF - Siemens MULTIX Fusion - 2 ultrasonic devices Siemens ACUSON S2000 - RIS / PACS for 16 years (first in Wallonia) - osteodensitometry We are looking for: Radiologist (f / m) with experience of all techniques EU citizenship, both MD and residency done within the EU Must speak French or German language To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-74 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
152 Link Internal Medicine Specialist (French speaking) For this assignment, a university hospital in French-speaking pat of Belgium, we are looking for an all-round internist. For this position it is important that you speak French fluently. In addition to clinical work, you can also do research, etc. Salary depends on your CV and experience. Working conditions • A pleasant and professional working climate • Excellent supporting staff • An attractive income Your profile • All-round internal medicine specialist, well trained and knowledgeable Speaking French language on at least B2 level • Good communication and social skills • Up to date on modern techniques Our services • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract • Suitable housing for you and your family • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in the Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-77 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
153 Link Internist / Oncologist (French speaking) On behalf of our client, we are looking for: Internal medicine specialist - oncologist m/f We offer • An opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary team • A job in a hospital with excellent facilities Working conditions • A pleasant and professional working climate • Excellent supporting staff • An attractive income Your profile • All-round specialist, well trained and knowledgeable Speaking French language on at least B2 level • Good communication and social skills • Up to date on modern techniques Our services • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract • Suitable housing for you and your family • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-78 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: [http://www.phd-jobs.net](http://www.phd-jobs.net/) Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
154 Link Specialist Paediatrics Profile: General Paediatric care, sub-specialty would be an option but not mandatory. Preferably a young specialist. There are 3 colleagues. Salary is about €8000 gross per month but will be higher when you work independent or self-employed. Our services • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract • Suitable housing for you and your family • Training in the Dutch language • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in Belgium • Objective information on living and working life in Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-35 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: [http://www.phd-jobs.net](http://www.phd-jobs.net/) Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
155 Link Paediatrician (French speaking) Profile: General Paediatric care, sub-specialty would be an option but not mandatory. Preferably a young specialist. Speaking French on at least B2 level. Salary is about €8000 gross per month but will be higher when you work independent or self-employed. Our services • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract • Suitable housing for you and your family • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in Belgium • Objective information on living and working life in Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-76 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: [http://www.phd-jobs.net](http://www.phd-jobs.net/) Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
156 Link Anaesthesiologist (French speaking) On behalf of our client in Brussels, we are seeking all-round anaesthesiologists (m/f) fluent in the French language. The anaesthesiologists run busy departments. The hospitals are looking for all-round and up to date anaesthesiologists. Good communicational skills are a requirement. In addition to a pleasant and professional working environment, we offer you: • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract and max. income between €150.000 and €250.000 gross per year. • Suitable housing for you and your family • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in Belgium Objective information on living and working life in Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-79 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
157 Link Addiction Psychiatrist Always dreamed of living in the centre of Europe in a country with a very well organised health care system? This could be your change. The Netherlands are not only famous for the tulips and windmills, it is also known for the well organised healthcare system and the modern psychiatry. In the specialised clinics is a flat hierarchy and a warm and social work environment On behalf of several of our clients, addiction psychiatry clinics in the east and west of the Netherlands, we are seeking full-time addiction psychiatrist m/f Your profile • All-round psychiatrist with experience in addiction psychiatry and with excellent communicational skills who is willing to learn Dutch language. Job profile • The opportunity to work in a modern specialised addiction psychiatry clinic. Working conditions • A pleasant and professional working climate. • The income for medical specialist in the Netherlands is known as one of the highest in Europe. To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-36 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Netherlands e-mail
158 Link Psychiatrist For several psychiatric clinics in the Netherlands (various locations) we are seeking: General Adult Psychiatrist; for several departments, the psychiatrist can work at the closed and open department, run an outpatient clinic and will be the supervisor of a big team of psychologists , social therapist, nurses etc. They work 36 hours per week plus on call duties and the salary range is between €4400 and €8000 Gross per month. On call duties are payed extra. Foreign specialist will get 30 % tax deduction from the Dutch government. All contract are first for 1 year and after that there will be an indefinite contract. The Psychiatrist need to speak Dutch at the moment they will start working The application procedure will be in English. We have our own in house language school that will bring the candidates within 9 week to a good standard of Dutch. To apply: Please send your CV with contact details and picture, mentioning reference CF-11 at [info@phd-jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Netherlands e-mail
159 Link Insurance Doctor Social Medical Affairs Your work consists of advising people to see what their possibilities are in the field of work. And if work is not possible, you offer them the security of an income through benefits. You carefully assess how taxable people are and what their capacity for work is, so you are not a practitioner. You will have to deal with the entire width and depth of the medical profession. All syndromes and prognoses are reviewed. You not only assess medical, but also involve the social context. Based on your history and the social security regulations, you prepare an advice or decision. You do what is right and what justifies spending premiums. Thanks to your expertise, someone will be able to continue later. You learn to motivate your decision clearly. You will contribute to the development of medical knowledge in the field of work and health. This is you: * Medical doctor * Newly graduated doctor * Family doctor * Excellent communication skills * Prepared and willing to learn the Dutch language (via 17 weeks inhouse language training). Reasons for choosing this job * Get an inhouse training to become an insurance doctor * Great work-life balance (working during office hours) * Salary of max €6,619 per month (38h per week) Apply and: * Leave all administrative and organizational matters to a dedicated team * Get help arranging the correct documents and registrations * Prepare for a career abroad through our Language Academy * Have everything arranged from A to Z: contract negotiations, housing, banking, insurance and registrations. To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-79 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: [http://www.phd-jobs.net](http://www.phd-jobs.net/) Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Netherlands e-mail
160 Link General Practitioner This is you: * You are a General Practitioner / Family Medicine Specialist * You have an open attitude, like to work together and are team-oriented Reasons for choosing this job * Salary ranging between € 6237 and max. € 9589 * Reimbursement of education and training * Attention to your work-life balance Apply and: * Leave all administrative and organizational matters to a dedicated team * Get help arranging the correct documents and registrations * Prepare for a career abroad through our Language Academy * Have everything arranged from A to Z: contract negotiations, housing, banking, insurance and registrations. To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-80 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: [http://www.phd-jobs.net](http://www.phd-jobs.net/) Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Netherlands e-mail
161 Link Dentist Dear (specialised) dentist, are you looking for employment in a busy and modern dental practice where you will start on a self-employed basis? Do you think of yearly development as a requisite for every dentist? Do you agree that communication with patients in their language is of utmost importance? Pursue your professional career in Belgium where we are short on dentists and constantly have job opportunities available. We can offer a medical oriented language program and guarantee a job after this course is finished. We are looking for a dentist: With EU nationality; With EU dental diploma or equalisation / homologation in a EU-country; Having at least 3 years of experience Willing to relocate and learn the Dutch language to B2 level (medical oriented language course is offered!); Great communication skills, professional attitude and highly motivated; Willing to make a long-term commitment; Available for 3-5 days a week; We offer: The opportunity to work as a general dentist at a location preferred by yourself; Very modern practices with state-of-the-art equipment and materials; A steady stream of patients and many opportunities for development in a specific field of dentistry in their academy; Being part of an experienced team of dentists including well trained assistants; A self-employed based salary starting at approximately EUR 7000,- per month. Our services: Taking care of all administrative and organizational matters; Arranging the correct documents for your dental registration; Assisting you during a medical oriented Dutch language course; Finding suitable housing for you and your family during and after the language course; Helping you with insurances, town hall registration and bank account; To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-80 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
162 Link General Dentist Dear dentist, we currently have jobs available at one of the bigger dental organizations with +200 dental practices all over the Netherlands. Therefore, we are searching for dentists with the ambition to pursue their professional career in our beautiful country. We are looking for a dentist: * With EU nationality and EU dental diploma * Willing to relocate and learn the Dutch language to B2+ level (medical oriented language course is offered!); * Great communication skills, professional attitude and highly motivated; * With or without experience; * Willing to make a long-term commitment; * Available for 3-5 days a week; We offer: * The opportunity to work as a general dentist at a location preferred by yourself; * Very modern practices with state-of-the-art equipment and materials; * A steady stream of patients and many opportunities for development in a specific field of dentistry in their academy; * Being part of an experienced team of dentists including well trained assistants * An employment-based contract with a net salary starting €4500 per month Our services: * Taking care of all administrative and organizational matters; * Arranging the correct documents for your dental registration; * Assisting you during a medical oriented Dutch language course; * Finding suitable housing for you and your family during and after the language course; * Helping you with insurances, town hall registration and bank account; * At this very moment the reducing number of dentists is a serious problem in the Netherlands. Therefore, we welcome foreign dentists to live and work in our country. * But, to register as a dentist in our country, you are required to learn the language. Still interested? We can offer a medical oriented language program and guarantee a job after this course is finished. To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-82 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Netherlands e-mail
163 Link PhD Research Fellow in Cognitive Computing from Cloud to Edge Position as PhD Research Fellow in Cognitive Computing from Cloud to Edge is available at the Networks and Distributed Systems cluster (ND), Department of Informatics, University of Oslo. The fellowship period is three years. Application Deadline: September 8, 2021 The starting date for the position is negotiable, but preferably not later than December 2021. **More about the position:** Current cloud-based systems delegate the bulk of their data processing and storage activities to cloud data centres, creating major network traffic, delay and cost issues. Fog/Edge computing addresses these challenges by moving computation closer to the end devices, e.g. performing ultra-low latency machine learning inference at the edge for smart vehicles in 5G networks. In such environments, new AI-enabled cloud computing models are required to automatically adapt to the growing complexity and data volumes and fully automate service deployment and orchestration across diverse computing platforms from the Cloud to the Edge. In this project, the student is expected to work on the concept of Cognitive Edge Cloud which is aimed to achieve the above goal through interfacing with all the layers in the computing continuum and learning through the monitoring and management of resources in Cloud/Edge. The PhD candidate will be part of an excellent research team focusing on Dynamic and Intelligent Computing Models for Cloud and Edge. We are currently conducting the research in this field within two prestigious research projects: one international EU project [H2020 MORPHEMIC](https://www.morphemic.cloud/), and one national project [RCN DILUTE](http://www.dilute.no/). **Research and study environment:** The PhD project will be conducted at the Networks and Distributed Systems (ND) research group at the Informatics Department. ND is renowned for its leading research in networking, distributed systems, IoT/CPS systems design, cloud and edge computing models, energy informatics, and security and robustness. The group has long experience in coordinating and participating several EU projects, namely, EU FP6 QuA, FP6 MADAM, FP7 MUSIC, FP7 RITE, H2020 NEAT, H2020 HOLACloud, H2020 MELODIC, and H2020 MORPHEMIC. ND collaborates closely with well-known universities worldwide, such as UIUC, Princeton Uni., Cornell Uni., Uni. of Toronto, Uni. of California Irvine, TU Munich, and Vrije Uni. Amsterdam. Computer science Full-time 2021-09-08T23:00:00+02:00 Norway website
164 Link Leading Researcher (m/f/x) for Distributed Data Systems Dynatrace is a leading global technology company founded in Linz, Austria with more than 2,600 employees worldwide. We are building a software intelligence platform which is used by Fortune 1000 companies to run and optimize their software applications. Most likely you already used an application monitored by Dynatrace today. We are strong believers in innovation through technology and research. In our research center situated in the heart of the Linz Institute of Technology (LIT), engineers and researchers collaborate to build next generation technologies that help companies to run better, safer and more innovative software. ### **Independent research in one of the following fields:** * Transaction processing * Query processing or optimization * Cloud databases * Similarity search & data extraction * Distributed systems * Stream processing and analysis * New architectures & caching * Indexing & search * Data storage ### Your role * Identify and develop new leading-edge technologies together with the research team * Define roadmaps and ensure consistent and timely delivery of results * Track important developments in research and map them to the research strategy * Hire and grow top research talent * Mentor PhD and master students and ensure direction is in line with research strategy * Contribute to the global research community - publish and disseminate research findings in journals and speak at conferences * Coordinate and co-define teaching efforts with partner universities ### Your profile * PhD in Computer Science (or a related field) and experience in a PostDoc role * Several years of independent research in one of the research fields mentioned above * Strong publication record of driving market relevant research * Experience working abroad, with open-source and the ability to lead a team * Excellent English skills (oral and written) Why join Dynatrace * We offer budget independent of research grants and teaching obligations * Freedom to define and shape the research methodology * Research which will be used by thousands of the biggest companies * Join a research team with continuous, rapid growth * Work in one of the most attractive research areas in the industry * Close collaboration with the global development team (over 600 developers) * Ability to drive research that really has an impact on the industry Application deadline: None. We are looking for the right (wo)man for the job. Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 70,000 gross per year based on full-time employment. We offer a higher salary in line with qualifications and experience. Computer science Full-time 2021-10-31T23:00:00+01:00 Austria website
165 Link Post-doctoral positions (up to two) in high-density diffuse optical tomography ICFO is offering up to two postdoctoral positions to well-qualified, highly motivated and dynamic young scientists who wish to enhance their scientific careers in a friendly and stimulating environment. The successful candidates will be joining the **ICFO-Medical Optics group** led by **Prof. Turgut Durduran**. The group is seeking to hire up to two postdoctoral fellows to be part of an international consortium working on the development and use of high-density speckle contrast optical tomography for applications in healthy neuroscience experiments and on ischemic stroke patients. The successful candidate will be part of the collaboration and work with collaborators in USA and in Spain. Overall, the project will provide the candidates with a unique, fast-paced, high application oriented experience with plenty of opportunities for publications, public presentations and even IP protection. This position will be supported by NINDS of the National Institutes of Health under grant number R01NS090874 Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Spain website
166 Link POSTDOC – viral transcription-translation coupling **The Director of Central European Institute of Technology** **(CEITEC MU) opens a position** **Postdoc – viral transcription-translation coupling** **Description** CEITEC is a scientific centre in the fields of life sciences, advanced materials and technologies whose aim is to establish itself as a recognized centre for basic as well as applied research. CEITEC offers a state-of-the-art infrastructure and great conditions to employ excellent researchers. Our institute values diversity and promotes an inclusive working environment with the aim to support the best scientists. CEITEC MU is a proud holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award by the European Commission. () A postdoc position is available in newly established Demo lab (CEITEC, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) to participate in research focused on structural mechanisms of transcription-translation coupling in bacteria and potentially in virus-infected mammalian cells. We are seeking a person with expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry and virology, specifically in the field of dsDNA viruses and virus-infected mammalian cells (to produce the viruses) and with expertise in single-particle electron microscopy and cryo- electron tomography. Research will be conducted at CEITEC located in the life science campus of Masaryk University (Brno, Bohunice, ). **Requirements:** * PhD in molecular virology/biochemistry or structural biology. * Some years of work experience in preparation of samples for _in vivo_ cryo-ET imaging and analysis of single-particle cryo-EM images and cryo-ET tomograms. * Published in impactful journals in the field, corresponding to given stage of career demonstrating creativity and scientific quality * Good English language – spoken and written **Desirable but not required:** * Motivated person with collaborative mind set * Willingness to engage in the life of academic community * [other, e.g. knowledge of particular techniques in given field] **We offer:** * Interesting position in a dynamically expanding research institute * An attractive salary and benefits package * Background of a recognized and successful institution with supportive and international working environment * Environment promoting interdisciplinarity and intersectorality of research * In house core facilities * Support of administrative departments (including grant office service) * Support with the relocation process (welcome office service) * 6 weeks of paid holiday **Anticipated start date:** Negotiable **Application** including CV, a brief motivation letter and contacts for referees should be sent by e-application available on . **In case of any troubles with filling the e-application, please contact:** Veronika Slezáková ([veronika.slezakova@ceitec.muni.cz](mailto:veronika.slezakova@ceitec.muni.cz)). **Electronic application deadline is: 31st August, 2021** **Information about Brno** , **Czech Republic** * The capital of South Moravian Region and the second largest city in the Czech Republic with a population of almost 400,000 people * Modern, dynamic and fast growing centre of industry, trade, science, research and innovation with business incubators and centres of excellence in science * A city of universities with more than 86,000 students * More than 10,000 researchers; 2,200 IF publications/year; 600+ PhD graduates/year, * 500 mil. EUR of R&D investment per year, more than 350 companies with in-house R&D, * City of Gregor Mendel, the founder of genetics; the prestigious Mendel Lectures series takes place in Brno since 2003 (lectures of the world´s top scientists, including Nobel Prize winners), * [Quality of life index in 2016](http://www.numbeo.com/quality-of-life/rankings.jsp) **For further information about:** * CEITEC, please visit [www.ceitec.eu](http://www.ceitec.eu) * CEITEC Welcome Office, please visit * Masaryk University, please visit [www.muni.cz](http://www.muni.cz) * Brno, please visit [http://www2.brno.cz/index.php?lan=en&nav01=20608&nav02=20617](http://www2.brno.cz/index.php?lan=en&nav01=20608&nav02=20617) Biological sciences Negotiable 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic website
167 Link Researcher (PostDoc) for Real-Time Data Analytics (m/f/x) Dynatrace is a leading global technology company founded in Linz, Austria with more than 2,600 employees worldwide. We are building a software intelligence platform which is used by Fortune 1000 companies to run and optimize their software applications. Most likely you already used an application monitored by Dynatrace today. We are strong believers in innovation through technology and research. In our research center situated in the heart of the Linz Institute of Technology (LIT), engineers and researchers collaborate to build next generation technologies that help companies to run better, safer and more innovative software. ### Research field The field of real-time data analysis is driven by the need to process and analyze millions of metrics and events in real-time. Processing the huge amounts of data requires high scalability not only of the infrastructure but also of the applied technologies and algorithms to handle data ingest and storage, and to enable large-scale data analysis and anomaly detection in real-time. ### Your role * Conduct research in the field of real-time data analysis * Development of efficient algorithms for real-time data processing and anomaly detection * Contribute to the global Research Community: Publish and disseminate research findings in journals and speak at conferences * Actively take part in scientific and industrial cooperation projects * Bridge academic research and commercial technology development: Collaborate with our Data Science team and other internal and external stakeholders ### Your profile * PhD in Computer Science or a related field * Experience and/or expertise in at least one of the relevant research topics (as mentioned above) * Good feeling for performance and resource constraints * Strong publication record (of course in relation to "academic age") * Excellent English skills (oral and written) Application deadline: None. We are looking for the right (wo)man for the job. Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary for this position, which is € 50,000 gross per year based on full-time employment. We offer a higher salary in line with qualifications and experience. Computer science Full-time 2021-10-31T23:00:00+01:00 Austria website
168 Link Postdoctoral researcher position in advanced laser writing technologies **DESCRIPTION** The international research team at the Department of Physics and National Nanofabrication and Research Center at Bilkent University in Ankara (Turkey) is seeking a highly motivated and competitive Postdoctoral Associate to join our team for projects on laser material interactions and laser writing in semiconductors, towards photonics applications. The research aims to invent novel approaches to laser fabrication methods based on our recent works (Tokel et al, Nature Photonics, 2017 & Nature Photonics, 2019). The Postdoctoral Associate is expected to conduct high-quality research and mentoring, which entails: -Development of new ideas for new laser-semiconductor interaction mechanisms based on nonlinear dynamics. -Day-to-day operation, maintenance and experiments with lasers with applications in semiconductor based photonics. -Overview and mentoring to graduate students. -Participating in other cutting-edge research projects on photonics devices. The position will be initially reserved for 1 year, with possible extension renewable annually. The side benefits include private health insurance, lunch tickets, and on-campus housing. The postdoc will work under the supervision of Prof. Onur Tokel. **REQUIREMENTS** We expect the candidate to have the following requirements: \- Successfully completed Ph.D. (optics, lasers, applied physics) within past 3 years or be close to its accomplishment; \- Strong analytical skills, \- Hands-on experience with lasers, experience in fabrication and operation of fibre lasers is a plus. \- Excellent publication record demonstrating the ability of independent research; \- Fluency in both spoken and written English. **APPLICATION** The position will be open until a suitable candidate is found. Candidates may apply before obtaining their Ph.D. degrees. The applications should be submitted to [otokel@bilkent.edu.tr](mailto:otokel@bilkent.edu.tr) in pdf format. Further information is available at Physics Full-time 2021-10-31T00:00:00+02:00 Turkey e-mail
169 Link Profesor Ayudante Doctor Ingeniería Informática La Escuela Politécnica Superior precisa incorporar a su claustro docente un/a Profesor/a Ingeniería informática. El Profesor se integrará en el Departamento de Ingeniería Informática. Funciones: * Docencia: Impartir, como mínimo, 36 ECTS en las áreas de Electrónica Digital, Estructura de Computadores y materias afines. * Tutor de alumnos. * Investigación: Se valorará que pueda integrarse en las líneas de investigación de ARIES y el programa de doctorado de la Escuela Politécnica Superior "Tecnologías Industriales Informáticas". Requisitos: * Profesor/a Doctor en Ingeniería Informática, Ingeniería Electrónica o similar. * Antigüedad mínima de doctorado 3 años. * Área de conocimiento: Arquitectura y Tecnología de Computadores o Electrónica Digital. * Nivel mínimo de inglés B2. * Acreditado como Profesor Contratado Doctor o Profesor Universidad Privada. The Higher Polytechnic School needs to incorporate a Computer Engineering Professor to its teaching staff. The Professor will be integrated into the Department of Computer Engineering. Functions: * Teaching: Teaching at least 36 ECTS in the areas of Digital Electronics, Computer Structure and related subjects. Student tutor. * Research: It will be valued that it can be integrated into the ARIES research lines and the doctorate program of the Higher Polytechnic School "Informatics Industrial Technologies". Requirements: * Professor / Doctor in Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering or similar. * Minimum length of doctorate 3 years. * Knowledge area: Computer Architecture and Technology or Digital Electronics. * Minimum level of English B2. * Accredited as a Contracted Doctor Professor or Private University Professor. Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
170 Link Profesor Titular Ingeniería Informática La Escuela Politécnica Superior precisa incorporar a su claustro docente un/a Profesor/a Titular en Ingeniería Informática. El Profesor se integrará en el Departamento de Ingeniería Informática. Funciones * Docencia: Impartir 24 ECTS por curso en los programas de Grado y Máster del área. * Investigación: Adscripción al Centro de Investigación ARIES ([www.nebrija.es/aries](http://www.nebrija.es/aries)) para la participación en proyectos de investigación, la publicación de papers científicos en revistas de impacto y la dirección de tesis doctorales. Se busca un perfil de investigación, con capacidad de realizar publicaciones científicas como parte básica de su trabajo. Es imprescindible contar con una línea de investigación relacionada con la actividad del Centro de Investigación ARIES: Diseño Digital, Arquitectura de Computadores, Tolerancia a fallos de circuitos digitales, Fiabilidad en FPGAs o Electrónica Digital embarcada en satélites. Requisitos: * Profesor/a Doctor en Ingeniería Informática, Ingeniería Electrónica o similar. * Antigüedad mínima de doctorado 3 años. * Área de conocimiento: Ingeniería Electrónica, Arquitectura y/o Tecnología de Computadores. * Nivel de inglés "Full Professional Proficiency". * Acreditado como Profesor Contratado Doctor o Profesor Universidad Privada. * Imprescindible línea de investigación relacionada con la actividad del centro de investigación ARIES. * Deseable sexenio de investigación y experiencia en la participación en proyectos competitivos. The Higher Polytechnic School needs to incorporate a Full Professor in Computer Engineering into its teaching staff. The Professor will be integrated into the Department of Computer Engineering. Features * Teaching: Teaching 24 ECTS per year in the Bachelor and Master programs of the area. * Research: Affiliation to the ARIES Research Center ([www.nebrija.es/aries](http://www.nebrija.es/aries)) for participation in research projects, the publication of scientific papers in high-impact journals and the direction of doctoral theses. A research profile is sought, with the ability to make scientific publications as a basic part of their work. It is essential to have a line of research related to the activity of the ARIES Research Center: Digital Design, Computer Architecture, Fault Tolerance of digital circuits, Reliability in FPGAs or Digital Electronics embedded in satellites. Requirements: * Professor / Doctor in Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering or similar. * Minimum length of doctorate 3 years. * Knowledge area: Electronic Engineering, Architecture and / or Computer Technology. * English level "Full Professional Proficiency". * Accredited as a Contracted Doctor Professor or Private University Professor. * Essential line of research related to the activity of the ARIES research center. * Desirable six-year period of research and experience in participating in competitive projects. Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
171 Link Profesor Director de programa Ingeniería Informática La Escuela Politécnica Superior precisa incorporar un/a Director/a de Programa. El Profesor se integrará en el Departamento de Ingeniería Informática. Funciones: * Docencia: Impartir 18 ECTS por curso en los programas de Grado y Máster del área. * Gestión: Diseñar y solicitar uno o varios programas de Máster, en las líneas estratégicas del Departamento, así como su implantación y coordinación posterior. * Investigación: Se valorará positivamente la capacidad de integración en el Centro de Investigación ARIES ([www.nebrija.es/aries](http://www.nebrija.es/aries)) para la colaboración en proyectos y publicaciones científicas. Requisitos: * Profesor/a Doctor en Ingeniería Informática o similar. * Experiencia docente en asignaturas del área de Ingeniería Informática. * Experiencia en la solicitud de títulos académicos oficiales (especialmente a nivel de Máster), redacción de la memoria correspondiente e interacción con las agencias de calidad. * Área de conocimiento: Lenguajes y Sistemas Informáticos, Ingeniería Electrónica, Arquitectura y/o Tecnología de Computadores. * Nivel de inglés "Full Professional Proficiency". * Se valorará positivamente la trayectoria investigadora y la posibilidad de integrarse en la actividad del centro de investigación ARIES. * Deseable acreditación docente y sexenio de investigación. The Higher Polytechnic School needs to incorporate a Program Director. The Professor will be integrated into the Department of Computer Engineering. Functions: * Teaching: Teaching 18 ECTS per year in the Bachelor and Master programs of the area. * Management: Design and request one or more Master's programs, in the strategic lines of the Department, as well as their implementation and subsequent coordination. * Research: The integration capacity in the ARIES Research Center ([www.nebrija.es/aries](http://www.nebrija.es/aries)) for collaboration in scientific projects and publications will be positively valued. Requirements: * Professor / a Doctor in Computer Engineering or similar. * Teaching experience in subjects in the area of ​​Computer Engineering. * Experience in applying for official academic degrees (especially at the Master's level), writing the corresponding report and interacting with quality agencies. * Knowledge area: Computer Languages ​​and Systems, Electronic Engineering, Architecture and / or Computer Technology. * English level "Full Professional Proficiency". * The research career and the possibility of joining the activity of the ARIES research center will be positively valued. * Desirable teaching accreditation and six-year research term. Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
172 Link Open PhD and Post-Doc positions in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning in Toulouse, France The University of Toulouse seeks to hire outstanding PhD and Post Doc candidates in artificial intelligence and in particular in machine learning at its new Institute on Artificial and Natural Intelligence (ANITI). ANITI strongly encourages applications from women for phd and post doc positions and is fully committed to improving gender balance across all branches of artificial intelligence About ANITI \----------------- The French government, in consultation with an international jury of experts, has selected ANITI to be one of four, highly visible interdisciplinary institutes spearheading AI research, education, and economic development in France. The ambition of ANITI is to develop a new generation of artificial intelligence called hybrid AI, associating in an integrated way data driven machine learning techniques and symbolic and formal methods allowing to express constraints and to carry out logical reasoning. The objective is to provide better guarantees in terms of reliability, robustness and ability to explain and interpret the results of systems integrating artificial intelligence algorithms, while ensuring their social acceptability and economic viability. Such guarantees are required by many applications such as autonomous transport, industry of the future, health, environment, space, insurance, etc. This approach will also facilitate decision support and optimize the performance of industrial systems and processes. ANITI's scientific project is structured around three major integrative programs: \- Acceptable AI: This program addresses two broad sets of challenges. The first deals with different facets of the social, economic, legal and ethical acceptability of systems integrating artificial intelligence algorithms. The second focuses on data challenges. It aims at developing new solutions allowing 1) the detection and elimination of biases in the selection and interpretation of data used by learning models 2) the prevention of the risk of not taking into account rare events in the learning process 3) the automatic annotation and semantic representation of heterogeneous, multi- source, multi-scale and time-varying masses of data. \- Certifiable AI : This program aims to study the fundamentals of data-driven machine learning models, their properties, and the interactions between data- driven and analytical models, for example for the efficient simulation of complex physical processes. Topics include robustness, optimization, verification of performance guarantees, proposing a hybrid AI approach for accelerating the simulation of physical models, and designing and validating certifiable architectures of critical autonomous systems (e.g. in aeronautics and automotive). \- Collaborative AI: This program aims to develop AI systems or assistants with relevant properties and advanced capabilities to improve interaction with humans as well as to optimize decision making, design and operational use in industrial processes. Topics include fundamental work on multimodal language as well as mobile robotics with physical interaction capabilities to perform complex tasks in a collaborative manner. Research also focuses on the development of methods for efficient and scalable anomaly detection and predictive maintenance, as well as optimization techniques to reduce the complexity of problems that arise in system design. This program also Each integrative program brings together several chairs, each one composed of a small team with a principal investigator, associate researchers, PhD students and postdoctoral students as well as engineers from ANITI industrial partners. It is designed to foster exchanges between researchers and industry to address issues raised by one or more application areas through scientific advances in fundamental areas of AI. The scientific challenges addressed in the integrative programs, resulting from the projects of the chairs and from the use cases provided by ANITI's industrial partners, are declined in twelve themes. \- AI and Society: \- Learning with little or complex data \- Fair Learning \- Explainable AI \- Optimisation and game Theory for AI \- Certifiable AI: Safet design and embeddability \- AI and Physical models \- Automatic reasoning and decision \- Data and anomalies \- Language \- Robotics and AI \- Neurosciences and AI Starting operations in autumn 2019, ANITI brings together more than 200 researchers from universities, engineering schools, scientific and technological research organizations, and about thirty companies (Airbus, Thales, Renault, Continental, IBM, Linagora, etc.). Twenty four research chairs are funded in this context, of which at least ten will be chaired by researchers brought in from the exterior. The project will also promote international mobility and collaboration to attract outstanding students and researchers. Open Phd and PostDoc positions: \----------------------------------------------- Several PhD and Post Doc positions are still open. The working language at the institute is English, and salaries are internationally competitive. PhD Positions: duration 36 months, net salary: 2096€ per month with some teaching (64 hours per year on average) Post Doc Positions : from one to four years. Net salary: negotiable with a minimum of 2600€ per month with some teaching (64 hours per year on average). Relevant pointers about ANITI are available at: [http://aniti.univ- toulouse.fr](http://aniti.univ-toulouse.fr/) The list of Chairs offering open PhD and Post-Doc positions with their contact information is available at: [https://www.univ-toulouse.fr/ANITI-CHAIRS- EN](https://www.univ-toulouse.fr/ANITI-IPs-EN) For more information on ANITI integrated projects, see Application procedure : \----------------------------- Formal applications should include detailed CV, a motivation letter and transcripts of bachelors' degrees. Samples of published research by the candidate and reference letters will be a plus. Applications should be sent by email to: [aniti-phd@univ-toulouse.fr](mailto:aniti-phd@univ-toulouse.fr) (for PhD applications) [aniti-postdoc@univ-toulouse.fr](mailto:aniti-postdoc@univ-toulouse.fr) (for Post-Doc applications) Mathematics Full-time 2021-10-31T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
173 Link Especialista de I&D; \- Unidade de Negócio Transportes To join a Transportation Unit, we are looking for an R&D Specialist, whose main mission is: * Perform software product development activities in Windows and Linux environments, according to the specifications and solution design, internal rules and procedures and applicable legislation, in order to ensure compliance with deadlines and the final quality of projects; * Ensure the monitoring of the technological evolution of tools and activities for the development of projects, in order to obtain better products with the appropriate quality and cost. Responsibilities: * Develop technical activities associated with the development of new solutions with levels of technological evolution, quality, productivity and customer satisfaction, covering various stages of their development process; * Prepare technical documents of the systems and solutions developed, in detail as properties and characteristics of the systems developed; * Collaborate in the research of technologies, namely, support in the identification of components or modules to be used in the programs and solutions developed in order to increase the quality and efficiency of the systems developed; * Ensure the correct management and use of resources, tools and equipment based on the development of systems and solutions in the Research and Development Area; * Ensure the technical analysis and technological benchmark of the products that exist in the market developed by companies in the sector. Analyze and compare the technologies used in existing solutions, with a view to promoting the improvement and quality of internal solutions. Requirements: * Degree / Master in Informatics, Electrotechnical or Similar Engineering; * Experience between 3 - 5 years; * Experience in the architecture of software solutions; * Experience in programming languages ​​(namely Java, C ++, C #) and .NET frameworks; * Web development (HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, REST) ​​and associated frameworks, SQL language, relational databases; * DevOps knowledge of software development (source control, continuous delivery and deployment); * Good knowledge of Windows; * Good Linux knowledge; * Knowledge of the UML modeling language Apply: Engineering Full-time 2021-08-30T23:00:00+02:00 Portugal website
174 Link Research Associate(s) for “DeepCamera” Multidisciplinary Research Group (MRG) The **Research Centre on Interactive Media, Smart System and Emerging Technologies – RISE ([www.rise.org.cy](http://www.rise.org.cy)) **is a newly founded research centre of excellence in Nicosia, Cyprus. RISE is a significant investment supported by the European Commission, the Republic of Cyprus and its founding Partners, the Municipality of Nicosia, Max Planck, University College London, the University of Cyprus, the Cyprus University of Technology and the Open University of Cyprus. The **DeepCamera MRG** is working on innovative, efficient and resilient deep- learning based imaging/video and computer vision pipeline/applications tackling the existing drawbacks in all the pipeline stages, e.g., acquisition, encoding/decoding, manipulation/visualization and evaluation. We are looking for 1 PostDoc and 1 MSc with expertise in the aforementioned areas. He/She will undertake the investigation for the improvement of all the aspects of the modern imaging/video pipeline as well as its applications, investigation of innovative computer vision applications to solve real-world problems. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to conduct applied research in the aforementioned areas. The position holder will also participate in the preparation of research proposals for funding, project reports and deliverables, and travel abroad for dissemination activities. Furthermore, position holders should publish/present their research results in prestigious international conferences and journals and contribute to the research centre’s key performance indicators. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the Team Leader of the DeepCamera MRG Dr Alessandro Artusi. Computer science Full-time 2021-11-01T00:00:00+01:00 Cyprus website
175 Link Professor of English (Tenure Track Associate Professor) Tallinn University has announced a public competition for the position of Professor of English. The elected candidate commences work on the first career level of the position (associate professor) with the aim of supporting their development into a leader of the relevant study and research field in Tallinn University, and moves to the second career level of the position (professor) by way of evaluation. Position: Associate Professor of English (career level I of Tenure Track Professorship) Academic unit: [School of Humanities](https://www.tlu.ee/en/ht) Study area: Western European Studies The position will be filled from 01.01.2022 The deadline of application: 16th September 2021 **Description of academic activity** : The professor is responsible for promoting and leading interdisciplinary research activities in the field of English Studies at Tallinn University. Possible research and teaching areas includes studies of Anglophone cultures and literatures and / or English Language. **Strategic importance of the position** _Relevance of the field to the development priorities of TLU, Estonia and Europe:_ Studies of English and Anglophone Culture are among the traditional areas of teaching and research of Tallinn University. English is the first foreign language of most Estonian schools and the lingua franca in politics, economics, science and culture in Europe and worldwide. The wide scope of the field necessitates a high level of articulation. English as one of the languages of professional communication is a part of most TLU curricula. TLU prepares English teachers, translators and interpreters. Knowledge of English- speaking cultures and literatures is an important component of many curricula in addition to that of English Language and Culture, and the professor is therefore expected to contribute to the development of a wide range of disciplines. In addition, it is important to develop and coordinate English- language curricula and thereby enhance the international visibility of the School and the University. _The strategic importance of the professorship at the School and its relationship with other planned new career model positions, including tenure system positions_ : The professorship should be, on the one hand, focused on the study of transnational literature in English and/or the English language. On the other hand, it would also involve education of English philologists, as well as professionals in literary studies, translation studies, and teachers of English, providing applied output in these fields. Collaboration is possible and planned with professors of translation studies and semiotics, comparative literary and cultural analysis as well as university researchers in the field environmental and gender studies. The perspective of a project and grant application in the areas of expertise on current topics is of strategic importance and the role of the professor should be primarily to promote and lead research activity in a field which is clearly strategic for Estonian society and popular among students, but in which coordinated research has been unfortunately quite modest at Tallinn University. **Requirements for the candidate** (incl. professional experience) Candidates for the tenure system position shall meet at least the requirements of career level I of tenure system professor (associate professor), which are stipulated in [Annex 2 and respectively in Annex 9 and 10](https://www.tlu.ee/sites/default/files/Personaliosakond/Documents/TLU_Employment_Relations_Rules%20\(annexes\).pdf) to the Employment Relations Rules, incl.: * The candidate must have a doctoral degree or equivalent qualification in English Studies, Literature or Language; * If the candidate has worked as a professor for at least five years immediately prior to applying for the position of a professor at the University (except when applying for the position of a professor in the field of arts), at least one doctoral thesis must have been defended under their (co)supervision during the last five years. **Job responsibilities** In accordance with [Annexes 1, 2 and 10](https://www.tlu.ee/sites/default/files/Personaliosakond/Documents/TLU_Employment_Relations_Rules%20\(annexes\).pdf) to the Employment Relations Rules. The first level of the tenure system position: associate professor. * In addition to the above, the task is to carry out research in the field, teaching, planning, organising and managing a research team, and applying for research projects. * The professor teaches subjects and research seminars in the curricula of English and Literary Studies. * The professor actively participates in the dissemination and popularization of research results in Estonian society and abroad. **Language skills:** * English on the level necessary for conducting teaching and research work; * An employee who does not speak Estonian is expected to start acquiring proficiency in Estonian upon starting work and achieve language proficiency level B1 within three years and a level comparable to level B2 within five years in order to be able to perform tasks related to institutional development and administrative work in Estonian. **Working load** : 1,0 (40 hours a week). **Remuneration** : In accordance with [TLU Remuneration Regulation](https://www.tlu.ee/sites/default/files/Personaliosakond/Documents/Remuneration_Regulation_03_03_2020.pdf) and by negotiations with the director of the School where the position shall be. In addition to remuneration, a limited allowance is foreseen to the tenure professor, which can be used to cover the costs of research and development expenditure, members of the research team etc related to the position. **Location** : Professor is expected to live in Tallinn and work at the premises of Tallinn University. [**Required application documents**](https://www.tlu.ee/en/required_application_documents_tenure) shall be submitted by **16th September 2021** (incl) to Personnel Office of Tallinn University. **Additional information** : Please address your administrative questions to [konkurss@tlu.ee](mailto:konkurss@tlu.ee), and questions on the content to the administrative head of School of Humanities Terje Kalamees, [terje.kalamees@tlu.ee](mailto:terje.kalamees@tlu.ee). Language sciences Full-time 2021-09-16T23:00:00+02:00 Estonia website
176 Link Gynaecologist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Moselle Specialisation: Gynaecology Responsibility A hospital center in Belgium is looking for a gynecologist. Salary and benefits package: Fixed salary + duties: around € 6,000 net / month. Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialty in gynecology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctors). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-103 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
177 Link Gynaecologist ##### Status: Self-employed Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: France, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Specialisation: Gynaecology Responsibility A private clinic in Burgundy (1.5 hours from Paris) is looking for a gynecologist for only gynecological consultations. Practice in oncology and senology is required. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 10,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialty in gynecology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks: It will only be for consultations in gynecology as well as oncology and senology. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-159 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
178 Link Orthopedist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: Orthopédie Responsibility A 400-bed hospital in a town of 20,000 living near Nancy is looking for an orthopedist. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 5,000 € (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in medicine and specialized in orthopedics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-126 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
179 Link Anaesthesiologist ##### Status: Public sector employee ##### Employer: Centre Hospitalier Public ##### Place of work: France, Moselle ##### Specialisation: Anaesthesiology #### Responsibility A 300-bed Hospital Center located 50 minutes from Strasbourg is looking for an anaesthesiologist with experience in pediatrics. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union. * Possess a doctorate in medicine and specialized in anesthesiologist-resuscitation acquired in a university of the European Union. * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication with patients (level B2). No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in France and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians. #### Remarks: * Experience in pediatrics is highly appreciated. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-105 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
180 Link Cardiologist ##### Status: Public sector employee ##### Employer: Public Hospital Center ##### Place of work: France, Vosges ##### Specialisation: Cardiology Responsibility A **Hospital Center** is looking for a registered cardiologist in the Vosges city of 20,000 inhabitants, located between Strasbourg and Nancy, at the foot of the Vosges mountains. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union. Have a Doctor of Medicine and specialized in cardiology diploma acquired at a university of the European Union. * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication with patients (level B2). No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order doctors. #### Remarks: * You have to be a conventional cardiologist Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-175 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
181 Link Diabetologist-Endocrinologist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Alsace Specialisation: Diabétologue-endocrinologie Responsibility A 700-bed Hospital Center is looking for a Diabetologist-endocrinologist in Alsace near Strasbourg. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in medicine and specialized in diabetology-endocrinology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-171 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
182 Link Emergency Doctor ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: Médecin Urgentiste Responsibility A 600-bed hospital center located 50 minutes from Nancy, near a renowned thermal center in the Moselle is looking for an emergency doctor. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary +/- € 5,000 (salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical degree specializing in emergencies acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-138 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
183 Link General practitioner / Médecin généraliste ##### Status: Self-employed Employer: Health house Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: General practice Responsibility A "Maison de Santé" in the Vosges is looking for a General Practitioner. The 1st year of rental is offered and there will be help in finding accommodation. Salary and benefits package: Fixed salary + duties = around € 6,000. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical and specialized degree in general medicine acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor) Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks: Liberal status Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-148 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
184 Link General Practitioner with experience in Paediatrics ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: General practice Responsibility The Red Cross center, near Nancy is looking for a general practitioner. The specialist will be responsible for the care of disabled children. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 5,000 € / month Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical and specialized degree in general medicine acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-143 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
185 Link Geriatrician or General Practitioner ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: Geriatrics Responsibility A 700-bed hospital center near Strasbourg is looking for a geriatrician or a doctor (with experience and a taste for geriatrics). Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialize in general geriatrics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks: You must either be: a specialist in geriatrics either be a doctor with experience in geriatrics Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-162 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
186 Link Hepato-Gastroenterologist ##### Status: Public sector employee ##### Employer: Public Hospital Center ##### Place of work: France, Moselle ##### Specialisation: Hépato-Gastro-Entérologie Responsibility A 300-bed **Hospital Center** located 50 minutes from Strasbourg in Moselle is looking for a **hepato-gastroenterologist**. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a medical degree specializing in general hepato-gastroenterology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications for resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-156 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
187 Link Neurologist in Paris ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, île-de-France Specialisation: Neurologie Responsibility A hospital center 45 minutes from Paris-center in a large hospital group in France is looking for a neurologist. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 5,000 € / month (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialize in neurology acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-132 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
188 Link Oncologist in Burgundy ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Specialisation: Oncologie Responsibility A hospital center in Yonne, Burgundy is looking for an oncologist. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of € 10,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialize in neurology acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-129 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
189 Link Oncologist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: Oncologie Responsibility Hospital center with 600 beds in the Vosges located 50 minutes from Nancy, near a renowned thermal center looking for an oncologist. Salary and benefits package: Fixed salary + duties = around 5,000 € Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialty in oncology acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-131 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
190 Link Ophthalmologist / Ophtalmologiste, Paris ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, île-de-France Specialisation: Ophtalmologie Responsibility Several hospitals looking for ophthalmos for Paris, Lyon and the main cities of France (contact us). Only for consultations. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 10 000 € (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialty in ophthalmology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-124 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
191 Link Otolaryngologist / ENT Specialist in Burgundy ##### Status: Self-employed Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: France, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Specialisation: Oto-rhino-laryngologie Responsibility A private clinic (member of a private Group) located in a town appr. 1h30 drive from Paris is looking for an ENT and surgical skills are required. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 10,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical degree and specialty in ENT acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications for resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks: Having surgical skills are required. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-184 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
192 Link Palliative care Doctor ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: Médecin en Soins palliatif Responsibility A 400-bed hospital center in a city of 20,000 inhabitants, near Nancyen Lorraine, is looking for doctors in palliative care. A general practitioner with a specialty in palliative care. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 5,000 € (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in palliative care acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-149 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
193 Link Paediatrician / Pédiatrie ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Vosges Specialisation: Pédiatrie Responsibility A hospital center in the Vosges, looking for a pediatrician, having skills in neonatology is a big plus. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in pediatrics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks: Having skills in neonatology is a plus Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-120 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
194 Link Physical and Rehabilitation Doctor ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Lorraine Specialisation: Médecine Physique et Réadaptation Responsibility A hospital center in a city of 40,000 living in direct connection with Paris by TGV, in the Vosges is looking for a general practitioner or a doctor in physics and rehabilitation. Salary and benefits package: Fixed salary + duties = around 5,000 € Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialized in PRM acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctors). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-141 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
195 Link Physiotherapist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: France, Cher Specialisation: Physiotherapy Responsibility A Hospital Center in the Cher is looking for a physiotherapist. A Work Authorization ("Autorisation d'Exercice") is required before applying. We can give directions to applicants on how they can get this license. The process takes 4 months to find out if the answer is positive. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 1,800 € net per month + free accommodation for 2 months, beyond this period, the candidate will have to find and finance his own accommodation, and a salary increase may be considered. Requirements and expectations: Applicants must have a Work Authorization Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialty in physiotherapy acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks A Work Authorization ("Authorisation d'Exercice") is required before applying. We can give directions to applicants on how they can get this license. The process takes 4 months to find out if the answer is positive. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-152 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
196 Link Pulmonologist ##### Status: Public sector employee ##### Employer: Public Hospital Center ##### Place of work: France, Lorraine ##### Specialisation: Pulmonology Responsibility A 400-bed hospital center in a city of 20,000 inhabitants and close to Nancy, in Lorraine is looking for a **pulmonologist.** #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in pulmonology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-117 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
197 Link Specialist in Internal Medicine ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work:France, Alsace Specialisation: Interne Responsibility A Hospital Center in Alsace is looking for specialist in internal medicine, for a service comprising 5 practitioners. This service brings together specialists in hepato-gastro-oncology (in day hospitals). Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical degree from a European Union university. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-154 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
198 Link Stomatologist in Burgundy ##### Status: Private sector employee ##### Employer: Private Clinic ##### Place of work: France, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté ##### Specialisation: Stomatologie Responsibility A private clinic in Yonne is looking for a stomatologist with contractual status. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 10,000 net. #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in stomatology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctors). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come to settle permanently in France and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-109 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
199 Link Anaesthesiologist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public center Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles Specialisation: Anaesthesiology Responsibility A hospital center is looking for an anaesthesiologist in Belgium. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary € 6,000 net Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union. Possess a doctorate in medicine and specialized in anesthesiologist- resuscitation acquired in a university of the European Union. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication with patients (level B2). No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians. Remarks Avoir de l'expérience en anesthésie serait un plus. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-310 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
200 Link Cardiologist ##### Status: Private sector employee Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: Arlon, Belgium Specialisation: Cardiology Responsibility A Private Clinic located in a town of 30,000 inhabitants near Luxembourg, is looking for a cardiologist. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 6,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union. Have a Doctor of Medicine and specialized in cardiology diploma acquired at a university of the European Union. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication with patients (level B2). No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order doctors. Remarks You have to accept to be non-interventional. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-309 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
201 Link Child Psychiatrist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: Belgique, Charleroi Specialisation: Psychiatry Responsibility In a hospital center in Belgium, 2 child psychiatrist positions are available. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 6,000 € (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in child psychiatry acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-195 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
202 Link Emergency Doctor ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: Belgique, Province de Luxembourg Specialisation: Médecin Urgentiste Responsibility A hospital center in Belgium near Luxembourg is looking for an emergency doctor with a specialty for emergencies. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 7,000 net Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical degree specializing in emergencies acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks You have to be specialised in emergency medicine Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-204 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
203 Link Emergency Medicine Specialist ##### Status: Private sector employee Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles Specialisation: Urgences Responsibility A private clinic in Belgium is looking for an emergency doctor. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in emergency acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctors). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-188 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
204 Link Geriatrician / Gériatre ##### Status: Self-employed Employer: Private clinic Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles Specialisation: Geriatrics Responsibility A private clinic, close to the border of Holland in Belgium is looking for a geriatrician (only specialists in geriatrics). Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union Possess a medical degree and specialize in geriatrics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks Only desired specialists in geriatrics. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-308 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
205 Link Geriatrician or General Practitioner ##### Status: Indépendant ##### Employer: Private Clinic ##### Place of work: Belgique, Charleroi ##### Specialisation: Geriatrics Responsibility A **Private Clinic** in Belgium is looking for a specialist in geriatrics or a doctor with experience and a taste for geriatrics. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 5,000 net. #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union Possess a medical degree and specialize in general geriatrics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors #### Remarks You must either be: a specialist in geriatrics or a doctor with experience in geriatrics Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-305 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
206 Link Haematologist / Hématologue ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles Specialisation: Hématologie Responsibility A renowned university hospital in Brussels is looking for a hematologist. Salary and benefits package: Fixed salary + duties = around 4,000 € Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical degree and specialize in general hematology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-303 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
207 Link Gynaecologist / Gynécologue ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: Public Hospital Center Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles Specialisation: Gynaecology Responsibility A hospital center in Belgium is looking for a gynaecologist. Salary and benefits package: Fixed salary + duties: around € 6,000 net / month. Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialty in gynaecology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-304 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
208 Link Hepato-Gastroeterologist ##### Status: Public sector employee ##### Employer: Private Clinic ##### Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles ##### Specialisation: Hépato-Gastro-Entérologie Responsibility A ******private clinic** in Brussels in Belgium is looking for a **Gastroenterologist** , focused on **oncology**. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 5,000 € / month (salary + duties) #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a medical degree and specialize in general hepatogastroenterology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications for resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors #### Remarks * Must focus on oncology. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-300 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
209 Link Hepato-Gastroeterologist ##### Status: Self-employed Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: Belgique, Arlon Specialisation: Hépato-Gastro-Entérologie meResponsibility A private clinic located in a city of 30,000 living near Luxembourg, is looking for a Gastroenterologist. Salary and benefits package: Minimum 10,000 € gross, depending on experience. Private status. Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a doctorate in medicine and a specialty diploma in gastroenterology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications for resident doctor). As well as a strong experience in this field is a plus. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-302 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
210 Link Neurologist ##### Status: Self-employed ##### Employer: Private Clinic ##### Place of work: Belgique, Bruxelles ##### Specialisation: Neurologie #### Responsibility A private clinic is looking for a neurologist. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary +/- € 6,000 / month (salary + duties) #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). * Possess a medical degree and specialize in neurology acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-202 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
211 Link Oncologist Status: Self-employed Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: Belgium, Brussels Specialisation: Oncology Responsibility A renowned Private Clinic in Brussels, Belgium is looking for an oncologist. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 6,000 € net. Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree and specialize in neurology acquired at a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-200 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
212 Link Interventional Cardiologist Place of work: Belgium Specialisation: Cardiology / interventional Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 7,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union. Have a Doctor of Medicine and specialized in cardiology diploma acquired at a university of the European Union. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication with patients (level B2). No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise his profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order doctors. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-312 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
213 Link Orthopaedic Specialist ##### Status: Public sector employee ##### Employer: Public Hospital Center ##### Place of work: Arlon, Belgium ##### Specialisation: Orhopaedics Responsibility A hospital center near Luxembourg is looking for an orthopaedist. #### Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 6,000 € (fixed salary + duties) #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which France has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a diploma in medicine and specialized in orthopaedics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-197 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
214 Link Otolaryngologist/ENT Specialist ##### Responsibility A private clinic near Luxembourg is looking for an ENT specialist who has expertise in surgery. #### Salary and benefits package: +/- 6000 € (salary + duties) #### #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). * Possess a medical degree specializing in otolaryngology acquired from a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors #### #### Remarks * You need to have surgical skills Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-198 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
215 Link Paediatrician ##### Status: Self-employed Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: Arlon, Belgium Specialisation: Paediatrics Responsibility A private clinic in a city of 30,000 living in Belgium, near Luxembourg is looking for a pediatrician. Having neonatal skills is a big plus. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 6,000 € (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in medicine and specialized in pediatrics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks Having skills in neonatology is a plus. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-196 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
216 Link Psychiatrist ##### Status: Self-employed ##### Employer: Private Clinic ##### Place of work: Belgium, Brussels ##### Specialisation: Psychiatry #### #### Responsibility A private clinic is looking for 2 psychiatrists in Brussels. #### Salary and benefits package: Minimum salary: € 9,000 gross / month #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in psychiatry acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors #### Remarks Location: Bruxelles-Center, BELGIUM European capital, Brussels is a dynamic and attractive city. Its multiculturalism makes it one of the most welcoming cities in Europe. Between the numerous monuments, museums and artistic events, its cultural offer is very varied. There are also many shopping centers, prestigious schools and universities, a hyper-developed transport network and a multitude of green spaces. Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-192 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
217 Link Pulmonologist ##### Status: Public sector employee Employer: University Hospital Center Place of work: Belgium, Brussels Specialisation: Pulmonology Responsibility A renowned university hospital in Brussels is looking for a pulmonologist. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 5,000 € (fixed salary + duties) Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in pneumology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise their profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-194 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
218 Link Radiologist ##### Status: Self-employed ##### Employer: Private Clinic ##### Place of work: Belgium, Brussels ##### Specialisation: Radiology Responsibility A private clinic in Brussels, Belgium is looking for radiologists. #### Salary and benefits package: Minimum wage of € 6,500 (fixed salary + duties) #### Requirements and expectations: * Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which in Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). * Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in radiology acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). * Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. * Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions * Be motivated to come to settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise their profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors #### Remarks * 2 radiologist positions are available Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-190 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
219 Link Rheumatologist ##### Responsibility A private clinic in Brussels is looking for a rheumatologist. Salary and benefits package: Minimum salary € 6,000 net Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a medical degree and specialty in rheumatology acquired from a university of the European Union. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come to settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise their profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-189 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
220 Link Internal Medicine Specialist ##### ##### Responsibility A renowned private clinic in Brussels is looking for a specialist in internal medicine. Salary and benefits package: +/- 6 500 € net / month Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Possess a medical degree acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-207 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
221 Link Specialist in Geriatrics Responsibility For a reputable Hospital Center located in a large city in eastern Belgium, we are looking for several Geriatricians (only specialists in Geriatrics). Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- € 6,000 net. Requirements and expectations: Be a national of the European Union (or a national of a country with which Belgium has concluded a worker exchange agreement). Have a medical degree specialising in Geriatrics acquired at a university in the European Union. Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2 or C1) with patients. No language diploma will be required but a mandatory interview will take place Not have been the subject of serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and practice your profession there with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Physicians Have a prior experience of several months working as a geriatrician in Belgium. Remarks We only take into account applications from specialists in Geriatrics Job location: major city, university in Eastern Belgium Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-186 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Phone: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
222 Link Urologist ##### Employer: Private Clinic Place of work: Belgium, Brussels Specialisation: Urology Responsibility A private clinic in Brussels is looking for an urologist. Having skills in robotics is a plus, to know how to master a Da Vinci Robot. Salary and benefits package: Monthly salary of +/- 6,000 € net. Requirements and expectations: Be a citizen of the European Union (or a citizen of a country with which Belgium has a labor exchange agreement). Have a diploma in general medicine and specialized in pediatrics acquired in a university of the European Union (unfortunately we cannot take into account the applications of resident doctor). Speak French at a level allowing at least good communication (level B2) with patients. No language diploma will be requested but a compulsory interview will take place. Not having been subject to serious criminal or professional sanctions Be motivated to come and settle permanently in Belgium and to exercise your profession with professional conscience, while respecting the Code of Ethics of the Order of Doctors Remarks Having experience in robotic assited surgery (Da Vinci Robot) is a strong asset Please send your CV mentioning reference code AG-187 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Web: Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
223 Link Embedded Software Engineer Autonomous Driving (Lommel or Leuven) **_You develop and integrate embedded software codes and explore technology breakthroughs for autonomous driving functions._** At Flanders Make, we develop new technologies and new applications for intelligent robots, autonomous vehicles, interconnected machines and human- centred production sites. That's how we make sure our manufacturing companies remain leading within their market. By bringing together knowledge, expertise and competences from companies, universities and other knowledge institutions, we help companies to innovate better and faster. **Function** _In the domain of autonomous systems, we work together with research teams of mechatronic research engineers, software architects & engineers, test engineers, etc., taking up complex challenges in vehicle localisation, path planning, detection & classification of obstacles, data exchange with other vehicles and the environment... As a team, we integrate new intelligent software components for prototype autonomous vehicles, where you take the lead in their real-time implementation. _ As an Embedded Software Research Engineer Autonomous Driving, you will: \- _Design, develop, prototype, test and verify embedded software codes (C++);_ \- Develop and use the necessary software for testing, debugging and verifying designs; \- Test the software on prototypes of autonomous vehicles. _[This video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6MM2saI_j0) shows how at Flanders Make technology is being developed for autonomous vehicles, creating and improving autonomous and intelligent options and exploring new possibilities with complex functions. _ Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium website
224 Link KU Leuven-Melbourne Joint PhD in Multifunctional nanomaterials for cancer therapies THE UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND KU LEUVEN HAVE CREATED A NEW, INTERNATIONAL JOINT PHD. GRADUATE RESEARCHERS SPEND A MINIMUM OF 12 MONTHS AT EACH UNIVERSITY AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO GRADUATE WITH A JOINTLY AWARDED PHD RECOGNISED WITH A TESTAMUR FROM EACH UNIVERSITY Two funded projects are available as part of a [joint PhD collaboration](https://melkul.research.unimelb.edu.au/) between The University of Melbourne (UoM) and KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduate Researchers (GRs) participating in the joint program will be enrolled at both institutions and will spend a minimum of 12 months at the host institution. The research work will be performed under joint supervision, with one primary supervisor from each of the two institutions. All candidates must meet the eligibility requirements to successfully enrol at both universities. The successful candidates will be funded by either UoM or KU Leuven. This funding includes a full scholarship, health insurance and mobility support. [Find out how to apply](https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/melkul/2020/10/16/73/). * Gain complementary skills from international colleagues to increase the impact of their research * Grow their international networks and develop a truly global perspective * Become part of two high-quality research environments and cultures * Have the joint nature of their PhD recognised by two testamurs Chemistry Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Australia website
225 Link MH-33 Principal Researcher in Energy Harvesting Power for IoT **MH-33 Principal Researcher in Energy Harvesting Power for IoT** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term (min. 1 year)** **Role Description** The ICT for Energy Efficiency Group (ICT4EE) at the Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork is currently advertising for the position of **Principal Researcher in Energy Harvesting Power for IoT**. This is an exciting and timely opportunity for a researcher to show world leadership in a highly disruptive and impactful role of ‘Power IoT’ particularly for medtech/wearables and industry 4.0 domains. It entails addressing the challenge of powering the 1 trillion sensors the world will have by 2025 and exploiting energy harvesting and related technologies to extend batteries life, ideally beyond the operational life of the IoT device. The Tyndall National Institute is a world leader in the development of IoT edge device material, devices and systems for use on, in or near people, equipment and infrastructure for a broad range of applications. Our technology is under evaluation by several multinational corporations and SMEs and is approaching market readiness in a number of areas. For medtech/wearables there are unprecedented opportunities to embed sensors on, in and around people to help with assisted living, wound-care management, patient monitoring, sports performance and rehabilitation, personnel safety, etc. offering commercial opportunities as well having a positive societal impact. Wireless IoT sensors have a critical role in the 4th generation of the industrial revolution (industry 4.0) in which machines are augmented to gather data so that systems can visualize and dynamically monitor the entire production system leading to enhancements in agility, resource usage and life cycle costs. A key activity of the ICT4EE group is in solving challenge of powering the trillion sensor economy of 2025. This encompasses the development of world leading energy harvesting compatible PMICs (power management ICs), simulation tools for system optimization and deployment assistance and development of power solutions for IoT devices based on existing and emerging technologies. This frequently involves internal collaborations (e.g. with Tyndall’s WSN, ICT4Health, IERC & MCCI groups/centres) and external collaborations through entities such as EnABLES (EU H2020 infrastructure project co-ordinated by Tyndall – [www.enables-project.eu](https://www.enables-project.eu/)), SFI research centres CONNECT (future networks - ) and CONFIRM (smart manufacturing - ), the Irish Government Funded DTIF HOLISTICS program (medtech solutions) and US based industry association PSMA ([www.psma.com](https://www.psma.com/)). **Whilst this is initially a short term role it is a intended as 12 month ‘gateway’ opportunity for a principal researcher to join our ICT4EE group with a view to a longer term contract. The main work comprises leading a portfolio of already EnABLES funded ‘power IoT’ feasibility studies, some of which are expected to lead to future projects. In parallel the applicant will be given early and ample opportunities and support to define a research portfolio of mutual interest to Tyndall and the candidate and prepare funding proposals, potentially carving out such a longer term role within Tyndall.** The longer term agenda is for the researcher to lead, define, manage and implement an energy harvesting centric applied research agenda with fellow principal researchers and a team of multi-disciplinary industry-aligned researchers with expertise in ultra-low power system hardware and firmware design, analogue circuit design, energy harvesting, storage and related technologies, microsystems technology and wireless sensors. The researcher would lead a high-calibre team of researchers and graduate students to undertake world-leading research into energy harvesting power solutions for wireless IoT edge devices focusing on med tech and smart manufacturing environment but adaptable to other market verticals. Key end use applications envisaged for the solution are **people monitoring, condition based monitoring** (fault detection, predictive maintenance, equipment and infrastructure monitoring), **asset tracking** and sensors enabling **energy and resource optimization**. **Responsibilities** * To lead a series of EnABLES ‘power IoT’ feasibility studies and deliver high quality outputs (reports, publications, case studies, presentations, recommendations for future projects, etc.) * Work with the EnABLES team to identify and secure further feasibility studies. * Build up internal and external partnerships & target sources of researching funding, enabling the applicant define a longer term strategic principal researcher role within the ICT4EE group particularly in the areas of industry 4.0. energy efficiency and med tech wearables. Funding sources include SFI, EI, EU, industry, etc. * Provide guidance and support as required for other power IoT projects, feasibility studies and project proposals. * Set foundations to further grow the high-calibre team of researchers and graduate students undertaking world-leading research into energy harvesting power solutions for wireless IoT edge devices for applications in Communications, Energy, Health and AgriTech/Environment. * To deliver high impact outputs that may include high impact-factor journal publications, functional prototypes, patents, graduate students and technology licenses and start-ups. * To enable and lead the career development of staff and students to become future research leaders. * To manage research projects under Tyndall’s QT9 quality system. * To operate under Tyndall’s Health and Safety and Quality Systems protocols. * Participate in Education and Public Engagement activities, as required. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the required Health and Safety standards. * To carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. **Essential Criteria** * A PhD in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Physics, Science or equivalent research experience * Typically 10+ years relevant post graduate experience. * Track record in delivering world-leading research in one or more of the following - designing, characterizing, optimizing and integrating energy harvesting based power solutions for wireless IoT edge devices (or other similar ultra-low power devices). * Demonstrated capability in leading successful innovative research project teams, initiating, establishing and maintaining strong collaborative relationships with relevant academic, industry research and development groups * Established record (e.g. publications, patents, licensing, product development) in energy harvesting for low power applications (e.g. IoT edge devices.) * Evidence of excellent analytical, organizational, communication, project management & time management skills driven by high ambition. **Desirable Criteria** * Energy harvesting modelling and hardware development. * Knowledge of sensing technologies including but not limited to physical (temperature, light humidity, pressure, etc.), inertial, magnetic, force and environmental. * Demonstrable knowledge in medtech and/or Industry 4.0 applications for Smart Manufacturing. * Condition based monitoring and fault diagnostics in smart manufacturing environment. * Knowledge of wireless technologies in med tech and/or industrial environments. Appointment may be made on the Grade 7 Admin Scale B range €71,465 - €93,302 per annum. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to [Michael.hayes@tyndall.ie](mailto:michael.hayes@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20MH-33%20Principal%20Researcher). **Application Instructions: Please click[here ](https://www.tyndall.ie/mh-33-principal-researcher-in-energy-harvesting- power-for-iot)to Apply** Handwritten forms will not be accepted. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer Physics Full-time 2021-09-30T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
226 Link KU Leuven-Melbourne Joint PhD in Offshore renewable energy foundations THE UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND KU LEUVEN HAVE CREATED A NEW, INTERNATIONAL JOINT PHD. GRADUATE RESEARCHERS SPEND A MINIMUM OF 12 MONTHS AT EACH UNIVERSITY AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO GRADUATE WITH A JOINTLY AWARDED PHD RECOGNISED WITH A TESTAMUR FROM EACH UNIVERSITY Two funded projects are available as part of a [joint PhD collaboration](https://melkul.research.unimelb.edu.au/) between The University of Melbourne (UoM) and KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduate Researchers (GRs) participating in the joint program will be enrolled at both institutions and will spend a minimum of 12 months at the host institution. The research work will be performed under joint supervision, with one primary supervisor from each of the two institutions. All candidates must meet the eligibility requirements to successfully enrol at both universities. The successful candidates will be funded by either UoM or KU Leuven. This funding includes a full scholarship, health insurance and mobility support. [Find out how to apply](https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/melkul/2020/10/16/73/). * Gain complementary skills from international colleagues to increase the impact of their research * Grow their international networks and develop a truly global perspective * Become part of two high-quality research environments and cultures * Have the joint nature of their PhD recognised by two testamurs Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Australia website
227 Link KU Leuven-Melbourne Joint PhD in Sustainable geospatial information management THE UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND KU LEUVEN HAVE CREATED A NEW, INTERNATIONAL JOINT PHD. GRADUATE RESEARCHERS SPEND A MINIMUM OF 12 MONTHS AT EACH UNIVERSITY AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO GRADUATE WITH A JOINTLY AWARDED PHD RECOGNISED WITH A TESTAMUR FROM EACH UNIVERSITY Two funded projects are available as part of a [joint PhD collaboration](https://melkul.research.unimelb.edu.au/) between The University of Melbourne (UoM) and KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduate Researchers (GRs) participating in the joint program will be enrolled at both institutions and will spend a minimum of 12 months at the host institution. The research work will be performed under joint supervision, with one primary supervisor from each of the two institutions. All candidates must meet the eligibility requirements to successfully enrol at both universities. The successful candidates will be funded by either UoM or KU Leuven. This funding includes a full scholarship, health insurance and mobility support. [Find out how to apply](https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/melkul/2020/10/16/73/). * Gain complementary skills from international colleagues to increase the impact of their research * Grow their international networks and develop a truly global perspective * Become part of two high-quality research environments and cultures * Have the joint nature of their PhD recognised by two testamurs Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Australia website
228 Link KU Leuven-Melbourne Joint PhD in Tackling neurodegenerative disorders THE UNIVERSITIES OF MELBOURNE AND KU LEUVEN HAVE CREATED A NEW, INTERNATIONAL JOINT PHD. GRADUATE RESEARCHERS SPEND A MINIMUM OF 12 MONTHS AT EACH UNIVERSITY AND ARE ELIGIBLE TO GRADUATE WITH A JOINTLY AWARDED PHD RECOGNISED WITH A TESTAMUR FROM EACH UNIVERSITY Two funded projects are available as part of a [joint PhD collaboration](https://melkul.research.unimelb.edu.au/) between The University of Melbourne (UoM) and KU Leuven (Belgium). Graduate Researchers (GRs) participating in the joint program will be enrolled at both institutions and will spend a minimum of 12 months at the host institution. The research work will be performed under joint supervision, with one primary supervisor from each of the two institutions. All candidates must meet the eligibility requirements to successfully enrol at both universities. The successful candidates will be funded by either UoM or KU Leuven. This funding includes a full scholarship, health insurance and mobility support. [Find out how to apply](https://blogs.unimelb.edu.au/melkul/2020/10/16/73/). * Gain complementary skills from international colleagues to increase the impact of their research * Grow their international networks and develop a truly global perspective * Become part of two high-quality research environments and cultures * Have the joint nature of their PhD recognised by two testamurs Neurosciences Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Australia website
229 Link Paediatrician Are you looking to relocate to Norway to experience a well-balanced everyday life while living close to nature? This position offers stimulating colleagues and professional development. As paediatrician, you will be responsible for the treatment and follow-up of patients at our customer’s outpatient clinic. The facilities are affiliated with a University Hospital and there will be possibilities to obtain a teaching minor position should you in addition wish to pursue an academic career in the area. We are seeking a senior consultant: * Who can participate in all parts of the department’s operations; reception, examining and treating acutely and chronically ill children at bedside, new-born and outpatient clinic. * Who can supervise and offer guidance to doctors in specialisation * Who has a medical licence and experience as Paediatrician from an EU country. Additional qualifications in relevant sub-specialty will be an advantage. * Who speaks Norwegian at B2-level or a Scandinavian language upon starting. Personal characteristics: * Ability to integrate well into environments, as well as teaching others. * Team player – contribute to a multidisciplinary environment. * Positive attitude. * Good communication skills. What we offer: * Fixed position in a good working environment. * Challenging and varied work tasks. * Good opportunities for personal development. * When we introduce you to the customer, it adds an extra quality stamp that we recognize you as a good candidate. Our vision is “when quality matters”. * Anonymity at the start of the application process. * Covered travel expenses. * Help with relocation, finding housing and school/kindergarten for children. To Apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference DM-65 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Norway e-mail
230 Link PhD opportunity: Rationally designed C-H functionalization __PhD Project Title__ : Rationally designed C-H functionalization. __Principal Investigator:__ Prof. Franziska Schoenebeck; __Associate Investigator:__ Dr. Ignacio Funes-Ardoiz __PhD Project description__ : The [Schoenebeck group](https://www.schoenebeck.oc.rwth-aachen.de/) has a passion to explore and develop fundamentally new reactivity concepts with the aim to overcome pertinent challenges in synthesis and catalysis with respect to selectivity, scope and the installation of enabling functionality. To this end, our team combines detailed mechanistic studies with a cutting edge synthetic chemistry program. Recent research highlights include the demonstration of dinuclear Pd(I)catalysis concept,[i] nickel metalloradical catalysis,[ii] the establishment of organogermanes as orthogonal coupling motifs[iii] as well as organofluorine chemistry.[iv] We employ state-of-the-art computational chemistry, which range from studying the molecular origins of reactivities to machine-learning-guided chemistry, as well as laboratory based experimentation. Co-workers are trained to master a number of tools while tackling challenges at the forefront of organic chemistry research, and being exposed to a stimulating research environment. __Description of the work:__ We invite applications for a PhD position, as an early stage researcher (ESR3) within the International Training Network on C-H functionalization. The project will be highly collaborative and aims to study fundamentally new C-H functionalization concepts, including synthetic work as well as computational studies (DFT and ML). __Planned secondments__ : periods of international stays in industry and academia. [i] For recent examples, see: (a) I. Kalvet, K. Deckers, I. Funes-Ardoiz, G. Magnin, T. Sperger, M. Kremer, F. Schoenebeck, _Angew._ _Chem. Int. Ed._ **2020** , _59_ , 7721; (b) M. Mendel, I. Kalvet, D. Hupperich, G. Magnin, F. Schoenebeck, _Angew._ _Chem. Int. Ed._ **2020** , _59_ , 2115. [ii] A. Kapat, T. Sperger, S. Guven, F. Schoenebeck, _Science_ **2019** , 3 _63_ , 391 [iii] For recent examples, see: (a) A. Dahiya, C. Fricke, F. Schoenebeck, _J. Am. Chem. Soc._ **2020** , _142_ , 17, 7754; (b) G. J. Sherborne, A. G. Gevondian, I. Funes-Ardoiz, A. Dahiya, C. Fricke, F. Schoenebeck, _Angew. Chem. Int. Ed_ **2020** , DOI: 10.1002/anie.202005066 [iv] For recent examples, see: (a) S. Bouayad-Gervais, T. Scattolin, F. Schoenebeck, _Angew. Chem. Int. Ed_ **2020** , 59, 11908; (b) T. Scattolin, S. Bouayad-Gervais, F. Schoenebeck, _Nature_ **2019** , _573_ , 102 Chemistry Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Germany website
231 Link PMO-15E PIADS Centre for Doctoral Training PhD Studentships **PMO-15E PIADS Centre for Doctoral Training PhD Studentships** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term Commencing: September 2021** We have **5 prestigious PIADS PhD positions available**. Students will join an exciting and well-established Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) hosted by IPIC (the Irish Photonics Integration Centre) in the Republic of Ireland (ROI), and in partnership with Queens University Belfast and the University of Glasgow. Graduating PIADS doctoral students are equipped with the high level scientific and engineering research skills needed to address the challenges of developing new integrated photonic technologies for diverse applications as well as with the entrepreneurial, leadership and teamwork capabilities needed to lead and operate at the highest levels in industry. The programme is a gateway to a vast array of career paths from data storage, semiconductors, telecommunications, biophotonics, medical technologies and more. PIADS CDT students can progress into a range of research and development, technical and management roles in industry or academia. The ROI students will be based at one of the IPIC academic partners; Tyndall National Institute, Cork Institute of Technology, Dublin City University, Trinity College Dublin and University College Cork, and will have access to an advanced structured training programme, to world class facilities and academic expertise that spans the partners above and University of Glasgow and Queen's University in Belfast. **Why Apply?** As a student on the programme you will join a vibrant, supportive and engaging cohort of over 40 students and will have the chance to travel and attend a bespoke week long induction programme with students from all three partners, an annual Winter & Summer School and have access to advanced training courses in areas such as semiconductor fabrication, packaging, biophotonics and entrepreneurship. In addition, IPIC and PIADS have many industry partners that will open up many research and career opportunities. _Students can apply to one of 5 Research Themes that include:_ * Monolithic and Heterogeneous Integration: ‘Printed photonics on anything’ - This Theme is developing a range of essential semiconductor material, device and integration technologies, with a key objective being to find new ways to combine photonics and electronics together on multiple substrates (silicon, ceramic, polymer etc.) with unprecedented simplicity and cost-effectiveness, using transfer printing. * Packaging and Hybrid Integration: ‘Breaking the packaging cost barrier’ - The high cost of photonic packaging, which can amount to as much as 80% of total product cost in some applications, has restricted the deployment of photonics to a relatively small number of mass and niche markets to date (albeit markets of enormous value). This Theme is developing optical and electrical wafer-scale assembly and packaging processes and low cost cooling technologies that aim to ‘break this cost barrier’. * Communications: ‘Coherent everywhere: migration of coherent communications to the network edge’ - The future real-time internet will require a converged wireless/optical edge cloud with unprecedented ability to dynamically reconfigure in the wavelength and time domain, in response to rapid and massive bandwidth fluctuations and latency-critical service demands. Coherent communications systems offer the potential to deliver this vision, but are currently orders of magnitude too expensive. This Theme is addressing the question: can we build an ultra-low cost coherent transceiver and, if so, how will this transform metro-scale access network design? * Biomedical: ‘World’s smallest integrated imaging system for guided surgery’ - Today, surgeons are seeking the ability to generate high quality, diagnostic images deep within the body using micro-scale instrumentation, such as endoscopes and arterial guidewires. This Theme is developing new innovations in micro-scale cameras and surgical platform integration technologies, multi-spectral diagnostic imaging and in-body optical powering and data transmission to address this need and deliver a number of world firsts. * Research Frontiers: this aspect of the programme is exploring emerging new areas of photonics and electronics research spanning from theory through materials, devices, integration and packaging to advanced systems that will shape the future of optical science and engineering. Further details can be found at: Any queries relating to this position can be forwarded to Melissa Walsh by email [Melissa.walsh@tyndall.ie](mailto:melissa.walsh@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20PMO-15E%20PIADS%20PhD). **What we offer:** A fully-funded PhD position that includes a stipend of €18,500/year for up to four years and full coverage of academic fees. **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/pmo-15e-piads-centre-for-doctoral-training- phd-studentships) to Apply.** Postgraduate applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency as per UCC regulations (). Certificates should be valid (usually less than 2 years old) and should be uploaded with their application. In special circumstances the panel may consider a prior degree in English (e.g. Master thesis written in English) as evidence of English language proficiency. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
232 Link SPECIALIST TECHNICIAN IN CLINICAL ANALYSIS AND PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY REQUIRED PROFILE: \- Experience in Histology and immunohistochemistry in cardiac tissue, cell cultures, flow cytometry, immunoselection techniques, molecular biology techniques, etc. \- Training and experience in animal experimentation (Cat B) will be valued. Other Full-time 2021-11-20T23:00:00+01:00 Spain website
233 Link Early Stage Researcher/PhD Position in Synthesis and processing of advanced metal halide perovskites for photonic applications at Center for Nano Science and Technology of IIT as part of PERovskite SEmiconductors for PHOtoNics (PERSEPHONe) The European Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network PERSEPHONe brings together 8 academic institutions, 3 SMEs, and 1 multinational company from five EU and 1 EU-13 Countries, and supported by 9 partners. PERSEPHONe’s overall objective is to generate new skills, knowledge and innovation for the development of a **novel technological platform for photonics based on metal- halide perovskite semiconductors**. This will happen by giving 14 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) exposure to a wide spectrum of expertise: materials synthesis, photonic (and optoelectronic) devices and integrated circuits fabrication, characterization, and modelling, upscaling and manufacturing together with a powerful set of soft skills. Crucial for the success of such Programme is the multidisciplinarity and intersectoriality of the network, which will allow the young researcher to genuinely discover and/or feed her/his attitude while having an impact on a relevant scientific and technological field. The entire Network has also the mission of disseminate to various audience (scientific community, young people, stakeholders, etc.) the scientific and technological achievements. PERSEPHONe Partners are the following: Fondazione Istituto italiano Di Tecnologia (IT), Politecnico di Milano (IT), University of Naples Federico II (IT), Linkoping University (SE), University of Valencia, (ES), Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientific (ES), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (CH), University of Oxford (UK), AMO GmbH (DE), Dectris (CH) and Helio Display Materials Ltd (UK). During the programme each ESR will undertake 2-3 secondments, each lasting 2 months or more. Most of the ESRs employed by an academic partner will have at least one secondment with an industrial partner. We are looking for 14 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) to be appointed at the host organisations within PERSPEHONe. **Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - IIT (Center for Nano Science and Technology @ Milan)** offers **1 Fellowship** as described below: The ESR will design, synthetize and process multidimensional metal halide perovskites thin films and investigate doping strategies for the realization of an electrically pumped laser. She/he will perform structural and electrical characterization of the thin films and eventually be involved in the fabrication and test of bed-test devices such as light emitting diodes and lasers. **Start date:** between March 1st and October 1st, 2021 **Duration of contract:** contract for 36 months **Salary:** The Marie Skłodowska-Curie programme offers highly competitive and attractive salaries. Gross and net amounts are subject to country-specific deductions as well as individual factors such as family allowance. This will be discussed in detail during the interview **Requirements:** * University degree in Physics or Chemistry or Material Science or related Engineering disciplines (Applicants cannot hold a PhD degree obtained previously); * Fluency in spoken and written English; * Willingness to travel around Europe. **Eligibility:** * The applicants shall, at the time of recruitment, be in the first four years of his/her research career and have not been awarded a doctoral degree. (This time is measured from the date of award/diploma of the most recent taught degree, time dedicated to teaching is not considered); * The applicants must not have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the host institute for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the recruitment. _Compulsory national service, short stays such as holidays, and time spent as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention are not taken into account;_ * The applicants can be of any nationality. **Contact for further information:** Dr Annamaria Petrozza ([Annamaria.petrozza@iit.it](mailto:Annamaria.petrozza@iit.it)) **Please submit your application using the online form. Deadline for application: September 3rd, 2021** **Documents required for application:** * Curriculum Vitae; * Copy of the latest degree/qualification; * Motivation letter; * Two letters of recommendation; **MSC Grant Agreement No: 956270** _Fondazione Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia - IIT - was founded with the objective of promoting Italy’s technological development and further education in science and technology. In this sense, IIT is committed to achieving its scientific program, which sees a major inspirational principle in the integration between basic scientific research and the development of technical applications. Research activities at IIT cover areas of high innovative content, representing the most advanced frontiers of modern technology with wide application possibilities in various fields from medicine to industry, from computer science to robotics, life sciences and nanobiotechnology._ _Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia is an Equal Opportunity Employer that actively seeks diversity in the workforce._ _Please note that the data that you provide will be used exclusively for the purpose of professional profiles’ evaluation and selection, and in order to meet the requirements of Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia._ _Your data will be processed by Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, based in Genoa, Via Morego 30, acting as Data Controller, in compliance with the rules on protection of personal data, including those related to data security._ _Please also note that, pursuant to articles 15 et. seq. of European Regulation no. 679/2016 (General Data Protection Regulation), you may exercise your rights at any time by contacting the Data Protection Officer (phone +39 010 71781 - email:[dpo@iit.it](mailto:dpo@iit.it))_ Physics Other 2021-09-03T23:00:00+02:00 Italy website
234 Link [ERC CoG EARLY-ADAPT] Postdoctoral researchers in climate, air pollution, environmental epidemiology, economy and social sciences The Barcelona Institute for Global Health, ISGlobal, is the result of an innovative alliance between academic, government, and philanthropic institutions to contribute to the efforts undertaken by the international community to address the challenges in global health. **What we are looking for:** We are seeking **between 4 and 6 talented and highly motivated postdoctoral researchers** in the areas of **climate, air pollution, environmental epidemiology, economy and social sciences.** The successful candidates will join the research team of [Dr. Joan Ballester ](http://www.joanballester.eu/)at [ISGlobal](https://www.isglobal.org/en/) within the framework of various research projects (see “Project information” below), mainly the ERC project EARLY-ADAPT (find details in the next paragraph). The team will be at the forefront of environmental research by creating and analysing a novel database of human health in Europe, which incorporates a range of environmental, socioeconomic and demographic variables and novel digital data streams at different spatiotemporal scales. Interest is additionally expressed for candidates specialized in **big data, infectious diseases and COVID-19** (see “Competences and duties” below). **EARLY-ADAPT** (“Signs of Early Adaptation to Climate Change”) is a 5-year **European Research Council Consolidator Grant ([ERC-2019-CoG](https://erc.europa.eu/))**, whose overarching aim is to jointly analyse the multiple drivers of recent trends in human health. Its driving hypothesis is that societies are starting to adapt to climate change, but the effectiveness of early adaptation is heterogeneous in space and time. EARLY-ADAPT will create a daily, continental-wide database with [https://www.isglobal.org/es/-/signs-of-early-adaptation-to-climate- chang...](https://www.isglobal.org/es/-/signs-of-early-adaptation-to-climate- changemultiple) health outcomes, climate variables, seven air pollutants, desert dust and influenza. The database will be used to model the relation between health and the environment, quantify the modifying effect of the societal factors, and perform a predictability analysis to determine the most realistic adaptation scenarios for the projections of future health. The project will allow to detect, understand and quantify the inequalities in adaptation between countries, regions, cities and social groups. More information is available[ here.](https://www.isglobal.org/es/-/signs-of-early- adaptation-to-climate-change) We are seeking candidates in the following areas, whose main duties will be: \- _Climate and environmental sciences_ : to analyse and interpret the outcome of climate and air pollution models, and to perform predictability analyses to explore the skill of health forecasts at daily, seasonal and climate change timescales (e.g. see an example [here](https://www.heathealth.eu/)). \- _Epidemiological modelling_ : to design and implement different techniques to model the relationship between the daily health outcomes and the daily environmental variables at different scales, including analyses at the continental, national, regional and city levels. - _Economy and social sciences_ : to describe the relationship between macroeconomic cycles and early adaptation to climate change, and to analyse the socioeconomic and demographic drivers of adaptation inequalities between countries, regions, cities and social groups. \- _Software engineering_ : details of this position are separately provided [here](https://www.isglobal.org/-/software-engineer-for-software-development- and-database-design-creation-and-management). All the researchers are expected to closely interact, and to expand their research beyond the respective areas of expertise. In close collaboration with the software engineer, they are all expected to contribute to the definition of the database, the development of software tools, take the lead on data analyses and publications, and contribute to the activities of the group and institution. As defined by the ERC founding scheme, EARLY-ADAPT is an innovative, purely inter-disciplinary, high-risk/high-gain project, and therefore, the objectives and methodologies might be somewhat dynamically re-defined during the course of the project in order to continuously generate beyond state-of-the-art, high-impact knowledge. As such, the project offers some degree of flexibility to accommodate the interests and areas of expertise of the chosen candidates. Within the general guidelines and main objectives of the project, we will always favour the independent thinking of the researchers, the formulation of frontier research hypotheses, and the exploration of innovative ideas and methodologies spanning across disciplines. The above-mentioned profiles correspond to the basic research pillars of the project, but additional research lines will be considered if talented and highly motivated researchers in other related disciplines decide to apply. Particular interest is expressed for **big data, infectious diseases and COVID-19.** Environmental science Full-time 2025-12-31T17:00:00+01:00 Spain website
235 Link Doctoral candidates (PhD students) in the field of Early Modern, Modern, or Contemporary European History The **University of Luxembourg** aspires to be one of Europe’s most highly regarded universities with a distinctly international and **interdisciplinary character**. It fosters the cross-fertilisation of **research** and **teaching** , is relevant to its country, is known worldwide for its research and teaching in targeted areas, and is establishing itself as an innovative model for contemporary European Higher Education. It`s core asset is its well- connected world-class academic staff which will attract the most motivated, talented and creative students and young researchers who will learn to enjoy taking up challenges and develop into visionary thinkers able to shape society. The **Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH)** is a **research** **centre** for the study, analysis and public dissemination of contemporary history of Luxembourg and Europe with a particular focus on digital methods and tools for doing innovative historical research. It serves as a catalyst for **innovative** and **creative** scholarship and new forms of public dissemination and societal engagement with history. The PhD students will be members of C²DH, the world’s largest research centre for digital history. The students will work under the supervision of Prof. Dr Sean Takats as part of his Digital History Advanced Research Projects Accelerator (DHARPA) team of technicians and researchers in the humanities and social sciences. DHARPA experiments with how technology can reshape the methodological underpinnings of history as a scientific discipline, and the team is currently developing a new digital platform for historical research along the lines of Prof. Takats’s other projects, including Tropy and Zotero. ##### Your Role * Research and write a history thesis in the domain of early modern, modern, or contemporary * Conduct thesis research using digital sources, tools, and/or methods * Draft and submit one new or entirely revised chapter to the _Programming Historian_ based on their own research and technical interests. * Share sample workflows of their historical data processing via informal channels (e.g. workshop, conference paper, blog post) * Participate in the development of the digital platform described above For further information, please contact: [sean.takats@uni.lu](mailto:sean.takats@uni.lu) ##### Your Profile * Master’s degree or diploma (Master equivalent) in history * Experience in quantitative research methods and/or programming * Familiarity with research software (e.g. Zotero, Tropy) * Excellent command of the following languages: English or French **We Offer** * A creative and innovative working environment within the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) with great opportunities for training in new digital research tools and methodologies * An attractive salary * A multilingual, international, and interdisciplinary working environment ##### In Short * Contract Type: 36 months fixed-term contract (up to 48 months if required) * Work Hours: Full Time 40.0 Hours per Week * Employee and student status * Location: Belval * Job Reference: UOL03180 ##### Further Information Candidates should submit the following documents: * Motivation letter * Brief writing sample (maximum 25 pages) demonstrating ability to marshal evidence, apply appropriate analytical methods, and present results. * A prospectus (maximum 6 pages) of the planned focus area of the doctoral thesis project demonstrating familiarity with current research as well as an ability to formulate research questions. * Curriculum vitae * List of publications (if available) * Copies of diplomas Early application is highly encouraged, as the applications will be processed upon reception. Please apply ONLINE formally through the HR system. Applications by email will not be considered. The University of Luxembourg embraces inclusion and diversity as key values. We are fully committed to removing any discriminatory barrier related to gender, and not only, in recruitment and career progression of our staff. ##### Here’s what awaits you at the University * **Multilingual and international character**. Modern institution with a personal atmosphere. Staff coming from 90 countries. Member of the “University of the Greater Region” (UniGR). * **A modern and dynamic university.** High-quality equipment. WiFi on campus. Close ties to the business world and to the Luxembourg labour market. A unique urban site with excellent infrastructure. * **A partner for society and industry**. Cooperation with European institutions, innovative companies, the Financial Centre and with numerous non-academic partners such as ministries, local governments, associations, NGOs … * [Find out more about the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/university/about_the_university) * [Addresses, maps & routes to the various sites of the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/contact) History Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Luxembourg website
236 Link Photochemical transformations for library synthesis Applications are invited for a 36-month position as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early-Stage Researcher (ESR) in the area of photocatalysis and synthetic organic chemistry. The work will be executed within the **PhotoReAct project** , which is an EU funded (project no. 956324) innovative training network (ITN) for new Early Stage Researchers (i.e. who have not yet obtained their PhD) aiming to make important contributions to the applicability and scalability of photocatalytic processes through the design of novel photocatalysts, new photocatalytic methodologies, cutting-edge technological solutions to enable automation and scalability, and immediate industrial implementation. **_ComInnex_** () is a chemistry service organization with strong interest and background in the development of chemical technologies. ComInnex’s key expertise lies in library synthesis and flow chemistry. The company offers flexible business models, delivers a superior added value and provides the highest customer satisfaction and return on investment to all its partners. **_PhD Project description_** **:** Screening libraries for high throughput screening (HTS), fragment libraries and DNA-encoded libraries (DEL) are essential tools in drug discovery research. Success of these methods highly depend both on the diversity of the libraries and on the available follow-up chemistry. The project targets the development of novel methods and transformation to expand the chemical toolbox for library synthesis. **_Description of the work:_** **** Under the supervision of Dr. Gellért Sipos, you will work in a small R&D team focusing on flow and photochemistry. You will develop novel and practical methodologies using photocatalysis (and flow chemistry) which can be later on applied in ComInnex’s library synthesis projects. Chemistry Full-time 2021-08-31T12:00:00+02:00 Hungary e-mail
237 Link Post-doc position COMPETITION OPENING DATE: 1.12.2020 The succesull candidate will be employed for a period of 24 months and he/she will receive a gross salary of 10 000 PLN (~2200 EUR) per month (inlcuding taxes and obligatory employer and employee social security contributions). The research work will be carried out at the Institute of Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, .as part of the project entitled: “Toxicological Aspects of New Two-Dimensional Nanomaterials from the MBenes family” (OPUS 18, NCN project). In the project, the candidate will carry out an electronic structure calculations, in the framework of the Density Functional Theory (DFT), for two-dimensional (2D) MBenes systems important for ongoing and future experimental works. The candidate's tasks will include theoretical research on surface, structural, energy and electron properties of selected MBenes compounds (Mo-B, Cr-B and Fe-B), as well as changes in their properties as a result of surface modification by different functional groups, resulting from the application of an appropriate method of synthesis of these compounds (close cooperation with the experimental group). Developing of machine learning tools and the use of the machine learning algorithms will be additional tasks. The aim of the research is to understand the origin of the physico-chemical properties of the compounds of the MBenes family and to identify the key features that may affect the toxicological aspects of these compounds. The candidates have to conform to the conditions stated in art. 113 of Higher Education Law dated 20.07.2018. (Journal of Laws of the Republic of Poland 2020 item 85 with further amendments). Physics Full-time 2021-10-01T23:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
238 Link PhD positions in Chemistry available in the Huan lab The Huan lab in the Department of Chemistry at UBC is currently looking for 3-4 PhD students to start in the Fall 2021. The students are going to study mass spectrometry-based metabolomics, which is an emerging technology used for the study of the entire set of metabolites in a given biological system. Metabolomics has been demonstrated as an indispensable tool in the post- genomic era to interrogate cellular biochemistry, perform diagnostic testing, stratify patient populations, and characterize biochemical mechanisms of disease. The PhD program in Huan lab provides students with a collegial and convivial environment in which to pursue interdisciplinary research at the intersections of analytical chemistry, mass spectrometry, bioinformatics, and systems biology. Doctoral students work under the guidance of a Supervisory Committee consisting of at least three faculty members, including the Dr. Huan. Students must satisfactorily complete course work, one comprehensive examinations (theory and substantive), several research projects and defend a PhD thesis. The applicants can apply for the Huan lab PhD program through Department of Chemistry, Genome Science and Technology, or Bioinformatics programs, depending on their academic backgrounds. Please contact Dr. Huan (thuan(at)chem.ubc.ca) directly for more information. **Research Topics and Areas:** 1. Development of mass spectrometry (MS)-based analytical platform for comprehensive metabolome and lipidome coverage 2. Development of bioinformatic tools to facilitate metabolomic data processing and metabolite identification 3. Integration of metabolomics with other ‘omics’ (epigenomics, genomics, transcriptomics, and proteomics) data for the systems-level interrogation of biological problems 4. Application of state-of-art metabolomics technologies in various biological challenges, such as mechanistic understanding of cancer metabolism and disease biomarker discovery This posting is for the [UBC Vancouver](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/campus- community/vancouver- campus?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) campus in British Columbia, Canada. Please refer to reference number **EU-54492** during correspondence about this position. To express interest and initiate contact to the principal investigator applicants are encouraged to follow the instructions as provided in the position description or to submit an enquiry form on the [position posting](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/ad/54492). Please note that applicants will have to complete an [online application to the University of British Columbia](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/prospective-students/application- admission?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) and gain admission as a graduate student to the university. Applicants should review the [graduate program profile](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/node/4016?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) to learn about admission requirements, application deadlines, program duration, tuition, or to read student and alumni stories. Please visit the [researcher profile](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/node/17064?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) of the supervisor for this position to learn more about their research. **About UBC** The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world. Since 1915, UBC's entrepreneurial spirit has embraced innovation and challenged the status quo. UBC encourages its students, staff and faculty to challenge convention, lead discovery and explore new ways of learning. At UBC, bold thinking is given a place to develop into ideas that can change the world. **Doctoral studies at UBC Vancouver** UBC is a public university with a comprehensive program offering - covering all major academic disciplines and degree levels, with both research- and course-based program options. More than 50,000 students attend UBC Vancouver. As a PhD student at UBC Vancouver you'll be part of a diverse community of over 3,600 doctoral scholars at an institution that recognises and rewards the significant contributions of doctoral research. UBC is at the forefront of responding to and building on the extraordinary changes happening in our societies and our world, through reimagining approaches to research graduate education and exploring flexible methodologies for learners to develop needed expertise. UBC's [Public Scholars Initiative](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/psi?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) for example is a pioneering program designed to encourage and support doctoral students to reimagine the PhD, contribute to the public good, and with their doctoral work rise to the challenges that increasingly define our times. At UBC, you will be supported with a range of [professional development](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/current-students/professional- development?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) workshops and services, and we'll partner with you to ensure you have a [graduate game plan](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/current-students/professional- development/graduate-game- plan?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) for academic and professional success. You are encouraged to review the [awards and scholarship database](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/scholarships-awards-funding/award- opportunities?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) to determine funding opportunities for your doctoral degree. UBC Vancouver guarantees a [minimum of CAD $22,000 of funding](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/minimum-funding-policy-phd- students?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) to eligible students for your first four years of PhD study with many programs offering higher funding packages. Funding highly varies by program and will be commensurate with qualifications, experience and awards secured. Most international students benefit from the [International Tuition Award](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/international-tuition- award?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492) and PhD students usually qualify for the [President's Academic Excellence Initiative PhD Award](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/presidents-academic- excellence-initiative-phd- award?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=phd_ad&utm_campaign=position_54492). **About UBC's Faculty of Science** [UBC Science](https://science.ubc.ca/) brings together a community of scholars internationally recognized for its commitment to discovery and innovation—in the lab and in the classroom. Our faculty conduct top-tier research in the life, physical, earth and computational sciences, driving insights into sustainability, biodiversity, human health, nanoscience, new materials, probability, artificial intelligence, exoplanets and more. Ranked among the world's top 40 universities, UBC's research prowess in environmental science, math, physics, plant and animal science, computer science, geology, oceanography and biology is consistently rated best in Canada by international and national rankings. **About Vancouver** Vancouver is a dynamic, cosmopolitan and progressive city, consistently ranked as one of the top cities to live in the world. Canada's third largest city has it all: sea, parks, mountains, beaches, and four seasons per year, including beautiful summers and mild, wet winters with snow in the mountains. It's the perfect backdrop to your academic research. Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-01T22:00:00+02:00 Canada e-mail
239 Link Experienced researcher _This call for proposals aims to promote the mobility of researchers (a) who are highly qualified towards businesses (b) and accredited research centres, universities or research centres backed by university colleges in Wallonia/Wallonia-Brussels Federation (c)._ _In fact, the proposal must be structured around the trio (a) + (b) + (c)._ _The stay of these researchers must lead to an increase in scientific and technological potential in Wallonia through, such as:_ * _the development and validation of new products, processes or services intended to be promoted industrially in the short term, or_ * _the acquisition and development of a new technology, and_ * _the development of the skills of the researcher._ _The researcher's stay in Wallonia will be balanced between supervisors (b) and (c). This stay must last at least 18 months and no longer than three years. It can only be interrupted by a stay of maximum two weeks a year (can be combined) outside Wallonia, to be agreed between the parties._ _Lastly, proposals that fit within the domains of the six competitiveness clusters are encouraged._ _The research deliverable must be unique, quantifiable, clearly identified, exhaustively described, and justified in relation to its usage potential and its innovative nature._ Astronomy Full-time 2021-10-15T00:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
240 Link PhD in lab-on-a-chip, organ-on-a-chip and disease-on-a-chip technologies **Lead Researcher:** Dr. David Collins **University and Affiliation:** University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Engineering, Department of Biomedical Engineering **Preferred Background:** Any Science and Engineering Disciplines (including those related to Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Engineering, or similar) **Project:** This job offer is for a PhD position in the Collins BioMicrosystems Laboratory (CBML) in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Melbourne, Australia's #1 University. This is a targeted call for students interested in fabricating a disease-on-a-chip microfluidic model to investigate novel therapeutic agents. Students will make use of state-of-the-art facilities and equipment while engaging in world-leading research. Because this interdisciplinary project lies at the intersection of a number of different research fields (including optics, acoustics microenineering), highly motivated students with an interest or experience in **microfabrication, tissue engineering, microscale physics and/or cell biology** are strongly encouraged to apply. PhD students are encouraged to submit their CV and transcripts to Dr. Collins ([david.collins@unimelb.edu.au](mailto:david.collins@unimelb.edu.au)) as soon as possible. Positions (2) for this research topic will be filled on an ongoing basis through the end of 2021. [www.davidjohncollins.com](http://www.davidjohncollins.com) **Scholarship information:** Scholarships for qualified applicants at the University of Melbourne are at a minimum of $31,200 p.a. and tax free for at least three years. Students should have an H1/HD average (or equivalent - this means top-level marks). Biological sciences Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Australia e-mail
241 Link COH-3 Researcher - Building Energy Modelling **COH-3 Researcher - Building Energy Modelling** **Contract: Full Time/Specified Purpose** The International Energy Research Centre (IERC) core research team is a multi- disciplinary, collaborative research group, who conduct specific pieces of research to meet the needs of industry and as approved by the IERC Steering Committee. The core research team report to the Head of Group who reports to the IERC Head of Energy Research. The role of an IERC researcher is to deliver research outputs based on the translation of both industry needs and academic research ambitions such that highly structured and well defined research projects can be defined, developed and delivered. IERC researchers are expected to develop Innovation Needs Assessments (INAs) and contribute to strategic research planning activities in order to define research objectives and research output specifications. IERC researchers are expected to participate in fully collaborative projects, particularly where special expertise can make a direct contribution and advance IERC’s objectives. IERC researchers are expected to have both academic and industry experience, together with a sound understanding of the wider energy landscape beyond their area of expertise. All researchers will be expected to initiate and contribute to writing of proposals for European and other external funding streams. This post is a full-time, specified purpose position linked to the funding opportunities of the IERC. **Key Duties and Responsibilities** * Contribute to the specification and proposal development for research projects conducted by IERC core research teams * Participate in and support the work with industry partners on a project * To support and work within the quality assurance processes and methods defined for project development and delivery * Develop as a thought leader and proactively generate research initiatives and ideas. * Provide positive critical analysis for such potential innovation opportunities with a view to solution-oriented outcomes * Participate in and contribute to grant proposal writing for EU and other funding streams * To engage in the wider research and scholarly activities of the research group * To interact closely, as necessary, with postgraduate research students who are studying for a Masters or a PhD and possibly have an agreed role in supporting these students in their day to day research in conjunction with an academic supervisor. * To carry out administrative work to support the programme of research as necessary * Participate in Education and Public Engagement activities, as required. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the required Health and Safety standards. * To carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. **Essential Criteria** * A PhD qualification with proven track record of publications in the fields of mechanical engineering, civil engineering, architecture or similar * Typically, with 2 years’ research experience with measureable outcomes in minimum two of the following building energy modelling areas: * Building thermal simulation * Interior daylighting models * Building energy system models (HVAC plant, hydronic networks, etc.) * Demonstrable experience in programming bespoke modules for leading simulation packages (e.g. EnergyPlus, TRNSYS, Dymola, etc.) * Demonstrated capability of self-initiative while working within a project team to achieve results * A commitment to personal growth and development * Excellent communication, organisation and interpersonal skills **Desirable Criteria** * Detailed practical experience and reasonable working knowledge of at least one of the following: * Building information modelling * Simplified building energy models * Experience of working collaboratively with industry * Experience with competitive research programs (including Horizon 2020 and MSCA) * Evidence of leading research projects and project teams to successful completion * Highly self-motivated * It is strongly desirable that candidates are able to demonstrate an ability to develop bespoke models for programs outside their usual knowledge as may become necessary during the course of research projects. Appointment may be made on the IUA Scale for Post-Doctoral Researchers €38,630- €45,942 pa. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Carlos Ochoa at [carlos.ochoa@ierc.ie](mailto:carlos.ochoa@ierc.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20COH-03%20Researcher%20) Further information on the Department is available at [www.ierc.ie](http://www.ierc.ie/) **Application Instructions : Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/coh-3-researcher-building-energy-modelling) to Apply** Handwritten forms will not be accepted. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. 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242 Link MWA-02 Researcher in Photonics Marie-Curie H2020 COFUND **MWA-02 Researcher in Photonics Marie-Curie H2020 COFUND** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term** The Irish Photonics Integration Centre (IPIC) is emerging as one of Europe’s top research centres in photonics integration, incorporating the expertise of 18 Principal Investigators (PIs) covering topics from photonics theory through to full system development, i.e. the full technology development cycle where the underpinning sciences are explored in parallel to the development and fabrication of novel prototype devices and systems. IPIC is focused on training Europe’s future photonics research leaders and is currently hosting the **SPARKLE fellowship programme**. It is co-funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action COFUND programme and Science Foundation Ireland offering 27 x two year postdoctoral fellowships. Positions are open to experienced researchers of any nationality, resident anywhere in the world, seeking a prestigious career development path in the field of photonics research and innovation. Fellows will be based in Ireland at one of the following IPIC Academic partner locations. Applicants have the academic freedom to choose their research topic (within the remit of the IPIC themes), supervisor, academic host organisation and the secondment company. Research Themes of IPIC Include: * Biomedical * Optical Communications * Monolithic and Heterogeneous Integrations * Packaging and Hybrid Integrations Sparkle will provide fellows with: * An advanced personalised training & development programme in a cutting-edge research environment. * An expanded set of translational skills, including prototype development and fabrication, commercialisation, communication and dissemination, leadership, grant proposal writing, project and time management. * Enhanced innovative and entrepreneurial awareness skills through training on subjects such as market awareness, technology transfer, entrepreneurship and industry engagement. * A career-oriented, up to 6-month industry placement with either a global technology leader or rapidly growing SME. * Participation in IPIC’s comprehensive and diverse Education and Public Engagement (EPE) programme, to develop and apply dissemination skills with different audiences from students to the general public. **Essential Criteria** * _Eligibility of Applicants_ : The fellowships are targeted at experienced researchers where the researcher must be in possession of a doctoral degree OR have at least four years of full-time equivalent research experience in academia or industry. International mobility is a core element of the SPARKLE programme, applicants must not have resided or carried out their main activity, such as work or study, in the Republic of Ireland for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the deadline date of the open call. The only exception is for individuals who are reintegrating into Europe or restarting their research career: in this case, applicants must not have resided or carried out their main activity in Ireland for more than 3 of the previous 5 years. * _Eligibility of Project Proposa_ l: To be considered admissible, the proposals must meet all criteria listed in the candidate information pack on the SPARKLE website. * _Secondment Requirement_ : Secondment to a suitable industry partner, located anywhere in the world is a mandatory requirement of the SPARKLE fellowship and must be relevant to the applicant’s project and career development. The duration of the secondment will be between 3 to 6 months and can be a single period or divided into shorter mobility periods. **Open Call application closing dates:** Call 3 Closes: February 15th 2021 Call 4 Closes: July 30th 2021 Call 5 Closes: December 30th 2021 Fellows will receive a gross salary (living and mobility expenses included) of €40,000 per annum and those with a family will receive €45,400 per annum. Application guidelines and further details can be found at: Any queries relating to this position can be forwarded to Melissa Walsh on email [Melissa.walsh@tyndall.ie](mailto:melissa.walsh@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquiry&body=Enquiry%20ref%20MWA-02%20). **Application Instructions :Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/mwa-02-researcher-in-photonics-marie- curie-h2020-cofund) to Apply** Postgraduate applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency as per UCC regulations ([https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/comparison/english/postgraduate](https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/comparison/english/postgraduate/)/). Certificates should be valid (usually less than 2 years old) and should be uploaded with their application. In special circumstances the panel may consider a prior degree in English (e.g. Master thesis written in English) as evidence of English language proficiency. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Technology Full-time 2021-09-30T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
243 Link BC-64 Principal Scientist- Heterogeneous Integration of III-V and Silicon Photonics **BC-64 Principal Scientist- Heterogeneous Integration of III-V and Silicon Photonics** **Contract Type: Full Time/Fixed Term** As Tyndall’s Principal Scientist for Heterogeneous Integration of III-V and Silicon Photonics you will drive a cutting-edge research programme that will address some of the outstanding challenges in photonic-electronic integration in order to deliver new technology solutions for applications ranging from smart medical devices to advanced communication systems. In particular, you will develop a new research team to advance one of the leading emerging technologies for large scale photonic-electronic integration, namely Micro-Transfer Printing (MTP). **A key focus of the research will be the integration of III-V active devices (lasers, modulators, detectors etc.), together with active and passive silicon photonic ICs and associated electronic ICs using MTP**. The research will be enabled by Tyndall’s advanced fabrication, characterisation and test facilities, which include all of the elements needed for the programme, including a dedicated MTP tool. Working initially under the guidance of the Head of the III-V Devices Group, you will be expected to lead a number of existing projects whilst also growing your own independent funding and research streams in order to develop a dedicated team of highly skilled research staff and PhD students. You will join the Photonics Centre at Tyndall, a vibrant and expanding world- class research ecosystem comprising more than 150 researchers with activities that include photonic theory, III-V and III-Nitride material epitaxy, photonic integration, hybrid integration and packaging, microelectronics, biophotonics and communication systems. You will be expected to develop collaborations across the centre as well internationally through programmes such as the European Horizon 2020 funding framework and its successors. Tyndall also hosts the Science Foundation Ireland Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC) a €30M initiative with 30 industry partners, including large multinationals and indigenous companies and start-ups. You will join IPIC as a funded investigator where, in addition to advancing photonic integration science and engineering, you will have the opportunity to lead a number of research collaborations with industry partners to advance the technology towards market deployment. In order to achieve this, Tyndall seeks a highly motivated and dynamic individual with a proven track record of research excellence and achievement in photonic integration research, including a deep knowledge of III-V and/or silicon photonic device design and fabrication. You will have at least 5 years’ experience working in a leading academic institution or industrial research organisation and ideally a proven track-record of securing research contracts and defining and leading research programmes. The post offers a superb opportunity for an ambitious individual to establish a long-term research career in a world-leading research institute working on exciting, cutting-edge science at the interface between academia and industry. **Key Responsibilities** * Lead the development of micro-transfer printing and associated technologies in Tyndall * Disseminate research achievements through publications in leading journals and at leading conferences * Develop a dynamic research group * Secure funding from national and European funding sources and industry * Develop novel intellectual property and support its commercial exploitation * Develop partnerships with Tyndall Principal Investigators and Senior Researchers * Contribute to postgraduate training and supervision * Contribute to the strategic planning and future success of the Tyndall Photonics Centre * Support education and public engagement activities * Comply with and enhance safety rules and laboratory protocols. * Participate in Education and Public Engagement activities, as required. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the required Health and Safety standards. * Carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. **Essential Criteria** * A PhD in a relevant subject area * Typically with 5+years experience working in a leading academic institution or industrial research organisation. * A proven track record of research excellence and achievement in photonics, including a deep knowledge of III-V and/or silicon photonic device design and fabrication * A track record of high quality research and innovation as evidenced by publications and presentations at leading conferences * Self-motivated, dynamic, interactive and collaborative * Capable of defining and implementing a broad-based, world-leading research programme spanning from fundamental science and engineering to applied projects with industry partners * Demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team as well as taking a leadership role * Experience of student/staff supervision * Excellent communication skills **Desirable Criteria** * Experience in proposal writing and a history of securing funding from internal company or external public funding sources * Demonstrated track record of IP generation Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Brian Corbett at [brian.corbett@tyndall.ie](mailto:brian.corbett@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20BC-64%20Principal%20Scientist) Appointment may be made on the Grade 7 Admin I Scale (B) €70,063- €91,472 per annum. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. **Application Instructions : Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/bc-64-principal-scientist-heterogeneous- integration-of-iii-v-and-silicon-photon) to Apply** Handwritten forms will not be accepted. A full candidate information pack is available to download by clicking [here](https://www.tyndall.ie/contentfiles/HR/CanInfoPackBC-64\(1\).pdf). Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-30T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
244 Link BC-68 Researcher -Transfer printing **BC-68 Researcher -Transfer printing** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term - 2 years** Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is coordinating a Disruptive Technology Innovation Fund (DTIF) project developing and applying the technique of Transfer Printing for the heterogeneous integration of photonic, magnetic, RF and electronic components. The project is in conjunction with leading partners in the semiconductor and photonics industries. Applications are now invited for a researcher to join the project team in developing advanced photonic devices targeting large scale photonic-electronic integration. The successful candidate will join the Photonics Centre at Tyndall to work within the Irish Photonic Integration Centre (IPIC). The researcher will be involved in simulation, design, development, fabrication, integration, characterisation and application of the devices. The project involves strong collaboration with our industry partners to develop scalable integration processes for a wide range of applications including optical communications and sensing. **Key Responsibilities** * Development of integrated photonic devices using transfer printing * Design, fabrication and characterisation of devices * Analysis and reporting of the results * Preparation of project deliverables and the delivery of prototypes. * Disseminate the outcomes of the research to the group, including peer‐reviewed academic publications and presentations at Tyndall and at conferences of international standing. * Technical support and supervision of other group members, including PhD * Identify intellectual property in partnership with the Office of Technology Transfer. * Contribute to the strategic planning * Support education and public engagement activities * Ensure all activities are compliant with the Tyndall Quality Management system. * Ensure all activities are compliant with the required Health and Safety standards. * Carry out any additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post. **Essential Criteria** * The successful candidate must have a PhD in physical sciences, electrical engineering, or a related field or have demonstrated equivalent experience. * Previous research in III-V materials or photonic devices as evidenced by publications. * Strong communications, interpersonal and team working skills. * Excellent technical report writing skills. **Desirable Criteria** * Experience working in research projects including multiple academic and industry partners. Appointment may be made on the IUA Scale for Postdoc Researcher €38,630 - €45,942 pa. Salary placement on appointment will be in accordance with public sector pay policy. Informal enquiries can be made in confidence to Brian Corbett at [brian.corbett@tyndall.ie](mailto:brian.corbett@tyndall.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20BC-68). **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/bc-68-researcher-transfer-printing) to Apply** Handwritten forms will not be accepted. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
245 Link IOC-21 PhD Scholarship in Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits **IOC-21 PhD Scholarship in Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term** Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) is an EI / IDA technology centre hosted at Tyndall National Institute. Its mission is to carry out industry-led world-class Analog, Mixed-Signal and RF integrated circuit research and to deliver trained people and IP to industry. MCCI is already collaborating with 35 companies and many of the staff eventually transfer into the thriving microelectronics industry in Ireland. MCCI targets real-life applications with its research and currently has projects in diverse topics such as DNA detection for food safety, next generation optical communications, bio-sensing, imaging for security applications and early cancer detection. As microelectronics chips are manufactured in ever smaller geometries the performance of Analogue and Mixed-Signal circuits degrade while at the same time digital logic becomes cheaper, smaller and lower power. Applications associated with the Internet of Things is placing multiple challenges on the Integrated Circuit Chips that are required to enable the next generation of IoT applications. Sampling aperture errors caused by jitter on the edges of the sampling clock is a major performance limitation for Analogue to Digital converters both at high speeds and at high precision. Applications such as Automotive Radar and 5G Cellular communications are limited by jitter. The requirement for sub 1ps rms jitter or even 10fs rms jitter for the latest State of Art GHz ADCs puts large demands on the clock source and clock buffers. The Clock source is usually a Phase Locked loop (PLL) and this has high power consumption to meet the tight precision specifications. This a large opportunity for innovative solutions to make ADCs more robust to jitter errors to overcome this performance and power limitation. Please look at [www.mcci.ie ](https://www.mcci.ie/)for more information. MCCI is opening up a number of PhD scholarship positions in the area of Analogue Mixed-Signal Design for Precision Circuits: These will encompass a number of areas including: * Analogue to Digital Converters * Sensor Interfaces * Cryogenic Circuits **Key Responsibilities** * Carry out innovative research in Analogue Mixed-Signal IC Design, with a focus on taking advantage of deep-submicron CMOS technologies. * Perform modelling and analysis on the limitations of existing solutions. * Participate on research projects under the direction of a project team leader to design and develop new architectures and circuits in areas such as Data Converters, Precision Circuits, Sensor Interfaces and Cryogenic Circuits. * With guidance, implement the solution on an integrated circuit. This may include system level simulation, algorithm development, schematic design, layout and validation of manufactured silicon. * Work on collaborative research projects with MCCI industry partners. * Engage in the dissemination of the results of the research, as directed by and with the support of senior MCCI research staff. **Essential Criteria** * The minimum academic qualification is a first or upper second class honours degree (or an equivalent international degree) in electrical engineering, electronic engineering, physics or related relevant discipline. * The successful candidate will be highly innovative with a strong desire to create world-beating integrated circuits research for real-life applications. * The successful candidate will be highly analytical with good interpersonal and organizational skills. **Desirable Criteria** * A Master’s Degree in Electronic/Electrical Engineering * Good mathematical ability and knowledge of statistics * Circuit knowledge on Analogue to Digital converters and Phase Locked Loops * Experience in the area of Analog, Mixed-Signal or RF circuit design * Knowledge of mathematical modelling tools such as MATLAB. An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for this successful candidate for this position. Yearly University academic fees will paid by the Tyndall National Institute. For any informal queries, please contact Prof Ivan O’Connell at [ivan.oconnell@mcci.ie](mailto:ivan.oconnell@mcci.ie?subject=Enquiry%20ref%20IOC-21%20PhD) **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/ioc-17-phd-scholarship-in-mixed-signal- design-for-precision-circuits) to Apply** Postgraduate applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency as per UCC regulations (). Certificates should be valid (usually less than 2 years old) and should be uploaded with their application. In special circumstances the panel may consider a prior degree in English (e.g. Master thesis written in English) as evidence of English language proficiency. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
246 Link Lead Electrical Engineer If you want to be part of the new decade on energy revolution, at Smart Energy LAB you will have the opportunity to have a real impact by creating new products and services that will contribute to energy transition, focusing on Decarbonization, Decentralization and Digitalization. Smart Energy Lab has a unique combination of science, technology and industry in the energy sector, focused on creating new products and services for the downstream of the energy value chain. “We are a green dream factory that will make tomorrow possible, improving life for everyone with new energy solutions through smart collaboration.” In order to create the future, we are looking for a Lead Electrical Engineer. _As a Lead Electrical Engineer you will perform tasks such as:_ * Design and development of digital and analog electronics for control of electronic systems * Start to finish project ownership from specification to design, prototype, and manufacturing * Lead a team of hardware and electrical engineers * Collaborative work with software engineers, project managers and business analysts * Technical requirements analysis and specification * Sourcing of components * Installation process optimization for consumer-facing products (e.g. electric vehicle charging points) Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 Portugal e-mail
247 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Reader /Professor /Chair Professor All successful applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD)_ for full time/ GBP 50K for part time 2. weekly salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD)_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD)_ How to apply: **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign- talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign- talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** Remote! Part time (Maximum 2 month per year ) or Full time (Maximum 9 month per year ) welcome. 10~50K GBP will be allocated to the successful candidates as one off incentive. Additional payments will be made each time you conduct work in China or Remotely. Please submit your CV through this link and we will contact you. Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Italy website
248 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Reader /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2021-12-31T01:00:00+01:00 France website
249 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Reader /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2029-12-28T19:00:00+01:00 Netherlands website
250 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Reader /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2029-12-28T02:00:00+01:00 Spain website
251 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Reader /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2029-12-01T03:00:00+01:00 Switzerland website
252 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Reader /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2029-07-12T06:00:00+02:00 Sweden website
253 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Assistant/Associate /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2029-11-15T10:00:00+01:00 Poland website
254 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Assistant/Associate /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2029-12-29T19:00:00+01:00 Belgium website
255 Link Visiting Postdoc / Lecturer/ Assistant/Associate /Professor /Chair Professor 1. This position is under China Talents Scheme, applicants will have to submit an application form with supporting documents for Panel Review; 2. This position is managed by a Recruitment Agency. Please contact Yuqing Gao on [Linkedin](https://www.linkedin.com/in/yuqing-gao-phd/) or [Whatsapp](https://wa.me/message/7Q4NLOIL4EYWC1) to learn more ! 3. For funding details and application schedule, please check this link: 4. **_[https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-...](https://techtalentsuk.com/2019/06/10/apply-for-thousand-foreign-talents-plan-an-introduction/)_** [Click here to download Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/Research-Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) If you are interested , please fill in this [Application Form](https://techtalentsuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Research- Collabration-Form-with-Checklist-V7.docx) and send with _supporting documents (listed in the form)_ to _[info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)_ Backup application form to download:[Google Drive](https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MHdRbHyPHkklreNm6h6gFNprY7GHtCX3/view?usp=sharing) **We welcome applicants from Junior, Senior and Retired with no age limitation!** All successful NATIONAL level applicants can expect: 1. a one-off funding of _1 million RMB (~140K USD) for full time/ 0.5 million RMB (~70K USD) for part time for **individual**_ 2. _**weekly** _salaries starting from _15K RMB ~ 50K RMB (~2.5K to 70K USD) for **individual**_ 3. the opportunity to apply for a research fund of _1 to 5 million RMB (~140K to 700K USD) for **Research Project**_ **Chinese Language is not required for these application** Position: Visiting Positions are open at five distinct ranks: Postdoctoral Fellow,Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, and Chair Professor. Qualifications: Essential * A PhD in a related discipline. The research disciplines include, but are not limited to, chemistry, all major branches of engineering, life sciences, mathematics, physics, and inter-disciplinary fields. The engineering disciplines include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, computer science, information technology, energy and environment, nanotechnology and material science, and emerging technology. We emphasizes inter-disciplinary research. * In-depth knowledge and proven skills of academic and applied research. * Demonstrated ability to teach. * Candidates must have published in international journals and participated in the acquisition of external funding. * Main Duty and Responsibilities: * Conducting guided and independent research * Publish in leading international journals * Writing research proposals * Meeting with project sponsors * Support outreach activities * Teaching short courses * Any other (incl. administrative) duties that may reasonably be assigned by the supervising faculty member. Computer science Part-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Brazil website
256 Link Postdoctoral Fellow - Wearable Sensors for Detecting Cardiac Arrest **Term** : This is a 1-3 year, full time position. **Salary** : $50,000 per year **Start Date** : Negotiable **Location** : Vancouver Coastal Health Research Institute, UBC School of Biomedical Engineering **Academic Supervisor** Dr. Brian Grunau UBC Department of Emergency Medicine **Summary of the project** This project is an interdisciplinary effort led by Dr. Brian Grunau (UBC Department of Emergency Medicine), Dr. Calvin Kuo (UBC School of Biomedical Engineering) and Dr. Babak Shadgan (UBC School of Biomedical Engineering and Department of Orthopaedics). The project is also in partnership with Centre for Health Evaluation and Outcome Sciences (CHÉOS). This position will be funded in part by a Mitacs Accelerate Grant. Sudden cardiac arrest is an under-appreciated health crisis in Canada. Every year Emergency Medical Services (EMS) respond to an estimated 38,000 Canadians experiencing sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). However, even in the best systems, only 5%‒7% of SCA cases with an EMS response survive to return home. When a citizen collapses from SCA, it must be recognized before anyone can call 911 or bystanders can start CPR. In more than 75% of all SCAs, no one is there to witness the event, so it may be minutes, hours or even days before the emergency is identified. Technology could be harnessed to address these substantial losses to life due to private location cardiac arrests, which occur to approximately 28,000 Canadians per year. This project aims to develop engineered sensor strategies to specifically detect Sudden Cardiac Arrest and automatically call 9-1-1 with GPS coordinates. This will eliminate unwitnessed (initially unrecognized) events and will increase the chance of survival in the current treated but “unwitnessed” group from 4% to an estimated 17%. As cases would not immediately be deemed futile due to prolonged periods until recognition, sensors could double the number of patients actually treated by paramedics. This could increase the number of cardiac arrest survivors nationally from 2100 to 5500 per year. **Required Qualifications and Experience** Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or other related fields. Ideal candidates should have experience working with wearable or implantable sensors designed to measure health information and analyzing sensor data to predict health states. Qualified individuals will have the following experience and skills: 1. Experience using machine learning, deep learning, or reinforcement learning to analyze sensor data. 2. Experience validating wearable and implantable sensor technologies and algorithms. 3. Ability to write structured code, basic scripting, run unit tests and debugging. 4. Ability to effectively use statistical software at an intermediate or higher level. 5. Ability to work effectively, independently and collaboratively in a team environment. 6. Ability to interact productively and professionally with a wide range of internal and external collaborators. 7. Strong organizational, time management, and project management skills. **Additional desired qualifications:** 1. Knowledgeable in HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript and experience with traditional object-oriented languages (e.g., Java, .Net, Ruby, Python). 2. Experience working with PPG signals and vital signs, in particular cardiac signals. 3. Understanding body positioning sensors and GPS. 4. Familiarity with sensor PCB design and firmware programming 5. Experience managing studies deploying wearable and implantable sensors 6. Background and engineering knowledge and experience of near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS). 7. Background and knowledge in medical device design, manufacturing and certifications. **Research Plan** This position will implement the following research phases: A. Identify the sensor detection parameters and functioning framework for what a sensor must possess; identify a list of important specifications required for sensor technology. Identify all potential usable commercially available or in-development sensors. With a short-list of potential sensors, perform a detailed assessment of whether these devices meet our specifications. With the research team, determine if these available sensors which can be modified for our study purposes. B. Develop a biosensor that can effectively determine changes in vital signs, in particular cessation of cardiac pulsation and arterial circulation. This sensor may use hardware from an existing sensor (identified in phase A), previous hardware developed in UBC, or new hardware created within this project. Develop or modify previously created analysis software to monitor and detect changes in vital signs using sensor data. C. Test and modify sensor in clinical settings. Other members of the study team will facilitate access and approval to work within these settings. Manage a study where sensors are deployed in relevant clinical settings to assess performance. This will include identifying suitable clinical settings where we can potentially monitor vital sign and detect cessation of cardiac pulsation and circulation, but also evaluate the performance of sensors in normal activities to ensure robustness. D. Integrate GPS and body positioning data into the biosensor to mark the position and location of the user. E. Wireless transmission of real-time vital sign, body position and GPS to a cloud-based platform. **To Apply** To apply, please send your Cover Letter and CV by email to: Uda Walker: [uwalker@providencehealth.bc.ca](mailto:uwalker@providencehealth.bc.ca) This posting is for the [UBC Vancouver](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/campus- community/vancouver- campus?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=pdf_ad&utm_campaign=position_54591) campus in British Columbia, Canada. Please refer to reference number **EU-54591** during correspondence about this position. Please visit the [researcher profile](https://www.grad.ubc.ca/node/18956?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=pdf_ad&utm_campaign=position_54591) of the supervisor for this position to learn more about their research. Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person. **About UBC** The University of British Columbia is a global centre for research and teaching, consistently ranked among the top 20 public universities in the world. Since 1915, UBC's entrepreneurial spirit has embraced innovation and challenged the status quo. UBC encourages its students, staff and faculty to challenge convention, lead discovery and explore new ways of learning. At UBC, bold thinking is given a place to develop into ideas that can change the world. **Postdoctoral Fellows at UBC Vancouver** UBC is home to over 900 postdocs spanning all faculties and units across two campuses and a variety of affiliated hospitals, research centres, and sites, providing unparalleled opportunities to learn, discover and contribute in one's own way. UBC's [Postdoctoral Fellows Office (PDFO)](https://www.postdocs.ubc.ca/?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=pdf_ad&utm_campaign=position_54591) is committed to supporting the lives and career aspirations of our Postdocs, with the goal of enriching their experience at UBC and preparing them for the future. In addition to providing support and advocacy for all postdocs, the PDFO is dedicated to providing [professional development opportunities](https://www.postdocs.ubc.ca/professional-development- events?utm_source=euraxess&utm_medium=pdf_ad&utm_campaign=position_54591) that foster the development of soft skills needed in today's professional environments, helping them secure future careers in their chosen fields. **About Vancouver** Vancouver is a dynamic, cosmopolitan and progressive city, consistently ranked as one of the top cities to live in the world. Canada's third largest city has it all: sea, parks, mountains, beaches, and four seasons per year, including beautiful summers and mild, wet winters with snow in the mountains. It's the perfect backdrop to your academic research. Engineering Full-time 2021-10-18T22:00:00+02:00 Canada e-mail
257 Link Postdoctoral Researcher in Computational Biology (f/m/d) - single-cell and spatial transcriptomic analyses of cancer samples ## **Project title/Context:** **Mutations acquired during lifetime that lead to increased risk for human disease, with focus on cancer** The Project/Centre is funded within the International Research Agendas Programme of the Foundation for Polish Science co-financed by the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund. The 3P-Medicine Lab (Preventive, Personalized, Precision) International Research Agenda is joint unit of Medical University of Gdansk in Poland and Uppsala University in Sweden. 3P-Medicine Lab is a new scientific unit specializing in research on acquired genetic anomalies as risk factors for cancer and other illnesses. **More about the center:** **More about participating universities:** ## **Project description:** **The 3P-Medicine Laboratory** (personalized, preventive, precision) is a new science center specializing in research on acquired genetic mutations as risk factors for cancer and other diseases. Our center is focused on somatic mutations that occur early in life in seemingly normal cells that eventually contribute to malignant transformation. Primary interest is in common malignancies that are etiologically related to environmental stimuli: breast cancer, colorectal cancer, urinary bladder cancer and prostate cancer. The ultimate goal is to develop genetic screening approach for non-hereditary cancer risk assessment, years before first clinical symptoms become apparent. Our unique collection of clinical samples includes not only primary and metastatic tumors, but also multiple biopsies of macroscopically normal tissue including frozen sections, peripheral blood, viable skin and stromal fibroblasts as well as cryopreserved primary cell cultures. ## **Research Group Description:** The Mieczkowski lab studies cells transitions, cell-cell communications and chromatin transformations. A key focus is the use of computational and experimental approaches to dissect, model, and interrogate the changes in chromatin structure triggered by genetic modifications and/or extracellular stimulations. The group pursues multi-disciplinary projects aiming to uncover patterns in chromatin and gene expression profiles relating to cell state. Members of the group will use state-of-the-art methodology to analyze molecular profiles obtained with genotyping microarrays, massively parallel sequencing of DNA (DNA methylation, ChIP, ATAC-seq etc.), bulk RNA- and single cell RNA-seq, as well as spatial transcriptomics. ## **Key responsibilities include:** 1. Conducting scientific research and developing works commissioned by superiors. 2. Compliance with quality standards. 3. Analysis of bulk ‘omic’ and genetic data obtained with NGS. 4. Analysis of single-cell data. 5. Preparation of documented code. 6. Interactions with clinical partners, biobanking and bioinformatics teams. 7. Preparation of materials for scientific publications and patent applications. 8. Participation in collaboration with foreign partner (Uppsala University, Sweden). Biological sciences Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
258 Link Ph.D. Positions: 20030_Responsible consumption for all Responsible consumption for all The candidate will join an IIT work team to participate in a three-year project. The main objective of the project is to improve the consumption habits and build a culture of responsible electricity consumption in society. The aim is to develop a system based on machine learning techniques that, based on data related to customer's consumption habits, is able of making personalized recommendations to improve the efficiency of their consumption. For this, there will be a sample of customer data in which the consumption of their devices at home will be monitored. The project is carried out in close collaboration with a multidisciplinary team from Endesa, funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation, within the State Program for Research, Development and Innovation oriented to the challenges of society. It offers Annual full-time contract for the development of projects. Besides, the Research Assistant could take training activities. This modality allows the Research Assistant to establish a very close professional relationship with the companies with which he/she collaborates, thus nourishing his/her research with the experience accumulated during the projects. Although this modality does not necessarily require enrolling in any program, the Research Assistant can apply for a PhD after the first two years. The Research Assistant is hired each year for a maximum period of 6. If he or she is not enrolled in a PhD program the contract cannot exceed two years. The gross salary of the first year is € 24.410 for 2020. In addition, the IIT covers 90% of the cost of training activities and the Research Assistant will have access to all the services offered by the University (Sports, Cultural Activities, Library, etc.). Requirements The candidate must have a master's degree in engineering, physics or mathematics, being especially valuable the knowledge in programing, statistics and machine learning. Having a good academic report, as well as the candidate’s knowledge on these topics will also be considered in the assessment of candidate merits. Perfect spoken and written Spanish and excellent spoken and written English. Documents Curriculum vitae, academic record, cover letter and two recommendation letters. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-30T10:00:00+02:00 Spain website
259 Link Two PhD Scholarships: Knowledge Representation and Reasoning [The AI Lab of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel](https://ai.vub.ac.be/) offers a strong research environment spanning a wide range of research topics such as reinforcement learning, game theory, natural language processing, evolution of speech, computational creativity, and knowledge representation and reasoning. The PhD student will join the research group of [Bart Bogaerts](https://www.bartbogaerts.eu/), whose research focuses on various aspects of knowledge representation and reasoning, including: * The use of knowledge for solving problems declaratively * Search and optimization techniques (SAT solving, pseudo-Boolean solving, constraint programming, logic programming, ... ), with a particular interest for symmetry handling and proof logging * Explainability: how to explain (properties of) an obtained solution in a human-understandable way * Mathematical foundations of knowledge representation, with a particular interest in mathematical theories to unify knowledge representation languages Applications in any of the aforementioned topics are encouraged. It is a bonus if the research interests relate to one of the following two recently granted projects. The first is the [the FRESCO project](https://ai.vub.ac.be/portfolio/fresco/), which aims to develop explanation mechanisms for combiantorial search or opitimization problems (for instance in the context of sat solving, constraint solving, pseudo-boolean solving, ...). The goal of this project is to come up with a framework that allows such solvers not just to find good solutions quickly, but also to explain to their users why this is a good solution, why it is the only solution, or why no solutions exist. Some preliminary work in this direction can be found in [this paper](http://bartbogaerts.eu/articles/future/005-Expl/Zebra-Journal.pdf) and is summarized in [this presentation](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUR2JHC4en8). A particular long- term interest is the question how these explanations can be used to improve interactive configuration tools. The second is [the AFTACK project](https://ai.vub.ac.be/portfolio/aftack/), which aims to advance Approximation Fixpoint Theory (an algebraic, lattice- theoretic, framework) on the one hand by extending the theoretical foundations, and on the other hand by expanding the range of application domains. In the current state, Approximation Fixpoint Theory (AFT) is an algebraical unifying study of semantics of nonmonotonic logics, based on lattice theory. It studies fixpoints of lattice operators by means of so- called approximating operators. In preliminary research, we identified several limitations of AFT specifically related to the types of approximations allowed. We will investigate how these limitations can be lifted, to enable a new, wide range of applications. Some potential application domains are function definitions, causal modelling, revision programming, bound-founded answer-set programming, abstract argumentation and multi-context systems. For people wanting to familiarize themselves with AFT, a good place to start is the first chapters of my [PhD Dissertation](http://bartbogaerts.eu/articles/2015/005/PhD.pdf). Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
260 Link Early Stage Researcher at Telefonica I+D in Madrid **Description of job offer:** We are pleased to announce the opening of **an Early Stage Researcher (ESRs) position at Telefonica I+D in Madrid (Spain)** to carry out **PhD theses** within the **IoTalentum project ([www.iotalentum.eu](http://www.iotalentum.eu))**. IoTalentum is a European Training Network (ETN) funded by the European Commission under the **Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action (MSCA)**. The MSCA ITN programme offers **highly competitive and attractive salary and working conditions**. IoTalentum establishes a well-balanced Innovative Training Network (ITN) of ten beneficiaries (six universities and four companies) and four industrial partner organizations from eight countries. Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates **for a full-time fixed-term position (36 months) as an Early Stage Researcher (ESR)**. The global **research objective of IoTalentum** is to develop the next generation of IoT producing coordinated advantages in the area of infrastructures and cybersecurity and use it for the development of any application of next generation of IoT, and, in particular, those of smart grids. IoTalentum will train the recruited ESRs through an **outstanding training program** that includes coordinated research in different IoT fields. The ESR will be enrolled in the University of Valladolid (UVa) ICT PhD program (applicants have to fulfil entry conditions of that program). Moreover, the selected applicant will enjoy 10 months secondment(s) in the workplace of other consortium partners. Moreover, IoTalentum also offers a continuous educational backbone over the whole duration of the project. The ESR position will be part of the **industrial research team at Madrid (Spain) within the IP & Transport Engineering and Planning of the Chief Technology Office of Telefonica**. The group is a multi-disciplinary team with engineers and researchers with a variety of skills and a great record on publications and standardization. The research group has produced 21 IETF RFCs, has 49 active IETF drafts and is one of the main contributors to ONF Transport API and Openconfig. The team has a leading record in publications in top scored magazines and conferences (more than 200 papers in the group). The group has a mix of research and direct involvement in the Telefonica deployments, providing a unique mix in the industry. **Title and objective of the possition offered:** * **ESR6: “Resilient Self-Learning Software-Defined 5G Ready Transport Network”** * To **design novel data models and IA/ML techniques for end-to-end IP/MPLS 5G ready transport Network** and to **prototype** and **evaluate telemetry collection and novel control methods** that auto-adjust the behavior. **Offer:** * Selected candidates will have a **full-time employment contract in Telefonica I+D** for the duration of 3 years (36 months). * The ESR will be contracted according to **Spain national rules with full social security benefits**. * **40 hours/week**. * In accordance with the MSCA regulations for ESRs, the salary for selected candidates is constituted by a generous living allowance, a mobility allowance and a family allowance (depending on family situation). **Why Apply?** The benefits of being an ESR of IoTalentum include: * You will **work in a stimulating, creative and internationally learning environment through a unique interdisciplinary research training program**. * You will be **enrolled in a top-quality PhD program**. * IoTalentum training program offers unique, leading edge **infrastructure and expertise** , which is not available at a single place. * You will be **advised by excellent group leaders** – they are all outstanding in their research and trainings. * The IoTalentum consortium was generated with the firm purpose of t **raining ESRs so that you can enter the labour market** both in academic and non-academic environments. * You will be **exposed to very different and complementary research environments** in both academia and industrial participating organisations. * You will spend **30% of their recruitment time in different institutions of the network**. ESRs will enjoy **secondments of at least eight months at industrial** beneficiary or partner organization. * **Strong involvement of industrial** partners in training activities. * You will have the opportunity to acquire **outstanding complementary training in transferable skills** (e.g. presentation techniques, networking, publishing, and outreach activities) as well as leadership, innovation and entrepreneurial skills. * You will have the opportunity to **acquire lifetime skills** and optimum opportunities to build and **extend your international network** available to you throughout your professional career. **Eligibility Criteria** The applicants must, at the date of the call deadline, comply with the following eligibility criteria: * **To hold a MSc degree** (or equivalent) in (ICT, Telecommunications, Electronic, Electrical, or Computer) **Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or a related field.** * To have **not been awarded a doctoral degree.** * At the time of recruitment by the host organization, **you should be in the first four years** (full-time equivalent research experience) of **your research career.** * You must comply with the European Commission’s mobility rule, meaning at the time of recruitment by Telefonica I+D, you must **not have resided or carried out your main activity** (work, studies, etc.) **in Spain for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before** the starting employment contract date. Compulsory national service and/or short stays such as holidays are not taken into account. * **The positions are open to all nationalities.** * To be **proficient in English** language. **Desired Skills** The following merits will be assessed (if there is documentary evidence): * Knowledge about **communications networks and/or machine learning techniques.** * Experience in **programming** and knowledge of programming languages. * **Journal/conference papers** related to the job topics. * Journal/conference papers in other fields from the area of engineering or mathematics. * **Other research merits.** **Main Supervisor** * Dr. Óscar González de Dios ([oscar.gonzalezdedios@telefonica.com](mailto:oscar.gonzalezdedios@telefonica.com)), Telefonica I+D IoTalentum representative * * * [IETF Publications Data ](https://www.arkko.com/tools/allstats/oscargonzalezdedios.html) **Application Procedure** * Read **Euraxess job offer** * Read the **guide for applicants** in IoTalentum webpage (). You can find the complete description of the selection process there. * **Complete IoTalentum Application Form** (). * Apply via Telefonica portal in [https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareerpvt?jobId=196861&company=Telefonica&st=E823AECD5A9B8CDCECDE51CF0AFEB9BB35A0266D](https://career5.successfactors.eu/sfcareer/jobreqcareerpvt?jobId=196861&company=Telefonica&st=E823AECD5A9B8CDCECDE51CF0AFEB9BB35A0266D) * Upload your CV with the evidence of merits in a single file (click on upload a resume ) * Upload your cover letter with the IoTalentum from in a single file (click on attach a cover letter). Engineering Full-time 2021-09-03T22:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
261 Link PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of sustainable emitters for light- emitting electrochemical cells **The new Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials at TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability is looking for a PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of sustainable emitters for light-emitting electrochemical cells.** **Are you passionate about innovation?; Do you love to develop applied science with environmental impact?; Do you use multidisciplinary thinking to solve professional questions?; Are you able to appreciate the beauty of nature’s answers to its many challenges?; Would you like to innovate in an international and highly collaborative environment? Then the Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials (BFM) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the perfect place for your future. BFM offers state-of-the-art infrastructure comprising three inter-disciplinary and inter-connected laboratories focused on the synthesis and engineering of biogenic and sustainable photo-electro- active materials, mechanical/spectroscopic/electrochemical characterizations, and the engineering of lighting and photovoltaic devices with researchers from around the world. We are located at the young TUM Campus Straubing, aiming to become the European leader in developing sustainable technologies and their economic implementation. Learn from Biology, think like a Chemist, and handle like an Engineer…are you ready?** **Mission** Light-emitting electrochemical cells is an ideal thin-film device as it combines the beauty of the simplest device architecture with a high device performance in terms of brightness and stability. However, this technology faces the use of unsustainable emitters and electrodes. The candidate will be involved in the synthesis, spectroscopic (steady and time-resolved emission/absorption, TADF, etc.), electrochemical (SW, CV, EIS), and analytical (NMR, MS, IR, XRD, etc), microscopy (AFM and SEM of films) characterizations, and integration (thin film preparation) and analysis (EIS, LIV, lifetime, etc.) in LECs of a new family of sustainable emitters based on d10 complexes. Hence, the position is an exciting interface between inorganic chemistry, spectroscopy, and thin-film lighting. **Offer** We offer a deep immersion in bio-based energy technologies; the candidate will learn and live the translational perspective of designing biomaterials for sustainable energy-related applications every day. TUM offers a wide variety of inspiring and challenging Ph.D. programs, which will supplement the research training with outstanding opportunities for career development, continued education, and life-long learning. Situated on the Bavarian forest gate, Straubing, the old ducal town on the Danube, is the intellectual hub for renewable raw materials and technologies for sustainability in Germany. Straubing, although small in the number of inhabitants, offers everything you need for a successful Ph.D., including a diverse selection of taverns, cafés, and beer gardens. TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability offers scientific and academic excellence in a student-friendly and fresh environment. The successful applicant will hold a 3-year contract with the possibility to expand it up to 1 year. We offer a competitive salary and benefits depending on work experience and seniority in accordance with the public service wage agreement of the Free State of Bavaria - TV-L E13 (50-65%). As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, TUM explicitly encourages applications from women and all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university’s research and teaching strategies. Preference will be given to disabled candidates with essentially the same qualifications. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
262 Link PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of new polymer matrices for bio- phosphors applied to energy-related devices **The new Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials at TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability is looking for a PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of new polymer matrices for bio-phosphors applied to energy- related devices.** **Are you passionate about innovation?; Do you love to develop applied science with environmental impact?; Do you use multidisciplinary thinking to solve professional questions?; Are you able to appreciate the beauty of nature’s answers to its many challenges?; Would you like to innovate in an international and highly collaborative environment? Then the Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials (BFM) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the perfect place for your future. BFM offers state-of-the-art infrastructure comprising three inter-disciplinary and inter-connected laboratories focused on the synthesis and engineering of biogenic and sustainable photo- electro- active materials, mechanical/spectroscopic/electrochemical characterizations, and the engineering of lighting and photovoltaic devices with researchers from around the world. We are located at the young TUM Campus Straubing, aiming to become the European leader in developing sustainable technologies and their economic implementation. Learn from Biology, think like a Chemist, and handle like an Engineer…are you ready?** **Mission** Fluorescent protein-polymer based bio-phosphors applied as color converters are considered front-runners in sustainable lighting and photovoltaics. We are looking for an individual with initiative and motivation to start her/his career in a new and dynamic chair at TUM. The research activities will be focused on synthesis of new polymers to stabilize fluorescent protein out of water media and their final application into bio-hybrid LEDs and photovoltaics. This will be complemented by spectroscopic, mechanical, and microscopic characterization of the bio-phosphors to elucidate the stabilization and degradation mechanism of fluorescent proteins into the polymer matrices. As well, it is expected that the candidate will be involved into the fabrication and analysis of the final devices based on bio-phosphors. The workflow spans from organic synthesis, over photophysical and structural characterization of hybrid protein-polymer filters to bio-hybrid devices. Hence, the position is an exciting interface between organic chemistry and biotechnology. **Offer** We offer a deep immersion in bio-based energy technologies; the candidate will learn and live the translational perspective of designing biomaterials for sustainable energy-related applications every day. TUM offers a wide variety of inspiring and challenging Ph.D. programs, which will supplement the research training with outstanding opportunities for career development, continued education, and life-long learning. Situated on the Bavarian forest gate, Straubing, the old ducal town on the Danube, is the intellectual hub for renewable raw materials and technologies for sustainability in Germany. Straubing, although small in the number of inhabitants, offers everything you need for a successful Ph.D., including a diverse selection of taverns, cafés, and beer gardens. TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability offers scientific and academic excellence in a student-friendly and fresh environment. The successful applicant will hold a 3-year contract with the possibility to expand it up to 1 year. We offer a competitive salary and benefits depending on work experience and seniority in accordance with the public service wage agreement of the Free State of Bavaria - TV-L E13 (50-65%). As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, TUM explicitly encourages applications from women and all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university’s research and teaching strategies. Preference will be given to disabled candidates with essentially the same qualifications. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
263 Link PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of new biogenic polymers for bio- phosphors applied to energy-related devices **The new Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials at TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability is looking for a PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of new biogenic polymers for bio-phosphors applied to energy- related devices.** **Are you passionate about innovation?; Do you love to develop applied science with environmental impact?; Do you use multidisciplinary thinking to solve professional questions?; Are you able to appreciate the beauty of nature’s answers to its many challenges?; Would you like to innovate in an international and highly collaborative environment? Then the Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials (BFM) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the perfect place for your future. BFM offers state-of-the-art infrastructure comprising three inter-disciplinary and inter-connected laboratories focused on the synthesis and engineering of biogenic and sustainable photo- electro- active materials, mechanical/spectroscopic/electrochemical characterizations, and the engineering of lighting and photovoltaic devices with researchers from around the world. We are located at the young TUM Campus Straubing, aiming to become the European leader in developing sustainable technologies and their economic implementation. Learn from Biology, think like a Chemist, and handle like an Engineer…are you ready?** **Mission** Fluorescent protein-polymer based bio-phosphors applied as color converters are considered front-runners in sustainable lighting and photovoltaics. We are looking for an individual with initiative and motivation to start her/his career in a new and dynamic chair at TUM. The research activities will be focused on synthesis of biogenic polymer derivatives to stabilize fluorescent protein out of water media and their final application into bio-hybrid LEDs and photovoltaics. This will be complemented by spectroscopic, mechanical, and microscopic characterization of the fully biogenic phosphors to elucidate the stabilization and degradation mechanism of fluorescent proteins into the biopolymer matrices. As well, it is expected that the candidate will be involved into the fabrication and analysis of the final devices. The workflow spans from organic synthesis, over photophysical and structural characterization of fully biogenic color filters to bio-hybrid devices. Hence, the position is an exciting interface between organic chemistry and biotechnology. **Offer** We offer a deep immersion in bio-based energy technologies; the candidate will learn and live the translational perspective of designing biomaterials for sustainable energy-related applications every day. TUM offers a wide variety of inspiring and challenging Ph.D. programs, which will supplement the research training with outstanding opportunities for career development, continued education, and life-long learning. Situated on the Bavarian forest gate, Straubing, the old ducal town on the Danube, is the intellectual hub for renewable raw materials and technologies for sustainability in Germany. Straubing, although small in the number of inhabitants, offers everything you need for a successful Ph.D., including a diverse selection of taverns, cafés, and beer gardens. TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability offers scientific and academic excellence in a student-friendly and fresh environment. The successful applicant will hold a 3-year contract with the possibility to expand it up to 1 year. We offer a competitive salary and benefits depending on work experience and seniority in accordance with the public service wage agreement of the Free State of Bavaria - TV-L E13 (50-65%). As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, TUM explicitly encourages applications from women and all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university’s research and teaching strategies. Preference will be given to disabled candidates with essentially the same qualifications. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
264 Link PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of sustainable photoactive compounds for ionic-based photovoltaics **The new Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials at TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability is looking for a PhD student (f/m/d) for the development of sustainable photoactive compounds for ionic-based photovoltaics.** **Are you passionate about innovation?; Do you love to develop applied science with environmental impact?; Do you use multidisciplinary thinking to solve professional questions?; Are you able to appreciate the beauty of nature’s answers to its many challenges?; Would you like to innovate in an international and highly collaborative environment? Then the Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials (BFM) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the perfect place for your future. BFM offers state-of-the-art infrastructure comprising three inter-disciplinary and inter-connected laboratories focused on the synthesis and engineering of biogenic and sustainable photo-electro- active materials, mechanical/spectroscopic/electrochemical characterizations, and the engineering of lighting and photovoltaic devices with researchers from around the world. We are located at the young TUM Campus Straubing, aiming to become the European leader in developing sustainable technologies and their economic implementation. Learn from Biology, think like a Chemist, and handle like an Engineer…are you ready?** **Mission** Ionic-based thin-film devices combine the beauty of the simplest device architecture with a high device performance that can be controlled by user building an efficient p-i-n junction in nanostructured interfaces. However, this technology faces the use of unsustainable compound and electrodes as well as clear rationale between material design and device performance. The candidate will be involved in the fabrication of thin-film photovoltaics (OPV and DSSC) using neutral and ionic doped nanographenes, the spectroscopic (steady and timeresolved emission/absorption techniques), electrochemical (SW, CV, EIS), and microscopy (AFM and SEM of films) characterizations, and integration (thin film preparation) and analysis (EIS, LIV, lifetime, etc.). Hence, this position is an exciting interface between thin film fabrication and characterization towards device application. **Offer** We offer a deep immersion in bio-based energy technologies; the candidate will learn and live the translational perspective of designing biomaterials for sustainable energy-related applications every day. TUM offers a wide variety of inspiring and challenging Ph.D. programs, which will supplement the research training with outstanding opportunities for career development, continued education, and life-long learning. Situated on the Bavarian forest gate, Straubing, the old ducal town on the Danube, is the intellectual hub for renewable raw materials and technologies for sustainability in Germany. Straubing, although small in the number of inhabitants, offers everything you need for a successful Ph.D., including a diverse selection of taverns, cafés, and beer gardens. TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability offers scientific and academic excellence in a student-friendly and fresh environment. The successful applicant will hold a 3-year contract with the possibility to expand it up to 1 year. We offer a competitive salary and benefits depending on work experience and seniority in accordance with the public service wage agreement of the Free State of Bavaria - TV-L E13 (50-65%). As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, TUM explicitly encourages applications from women and all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university’s research and teaching strategies. Preference will be given to disabled candidates with essentially the same qualifications. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
265 Link Postdoc (f/m/d) for the development and characterization of protein-polymer composites for energy applications **The new Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials at TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability is looking for a Postdoc (f/m/d) for the development and characterization of protein-polymer composites for energy applications.** **Are you passionate about innovation?; Do you love to develop applied science with environmental impact?; Do you use multidisciplinary thinking to solve professional questions?; Are you able to appreciate the beauty of nature’s answers to its many challenges?; Would you like to innovate in an international and highly collaborative environment? Then the Chair of Biogenic Functional Materials (BFM) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is the perfect place for your future. BFM offers state-of-the-art infrastructure comprising three inter-disciplinary and inter-connected laboratories focused on the synthesis and engineering of biogenic and sustainable photo- electro- active materials, mechanical/ spectroscopic/ electrochemical characterizations, and the engineering of lighting and photovoltaic devices with researchers from around the world. We are located at the young TUM Campus Straubing, aiming to become the European leader in developing sustainable technologies and their economic implementation. Learn from Biology, think like a Chemist, and handle like an Engineer…are you ready?** **Mission** Fluorescent protein-based bio-phosphors applied as color converters are considered front-runners in sustainable lighting and photovoltaics. Both the type of protein-polymer interaction and the shielding of proteins into polymer matrices lead to electro-photo-active composites. In the form of films, they are applied to fully functional energy-related devices to replace toxic and/or unsustainable components of our current technologies. We are looking for an individual with initiative and motivation to continue her/his career in a new and dynamic chair at TUM. The candidate will develop new protein-protein composites using fluorescent proteins and artificial/biogenic polymers to enhance thermal and mechanical features to preserve the proteins' photoluminescence under different stress scenarios. The candidate will be involved in the supervision of Ph.D. students working on the synthesis of new polymers and proteins for the above purposes. She/he will be responsible for the characterization of composites to establish direct relationships between composite composition and fabrication and protein stabilization under device operation conditions. **Offer** We offer a deep immersion in bio-based energy technologies; the candidate will learn and live the translational perspective of designing biomaterials for sustainable energy-related applications every day. Situated on the Bavarian forest gate, Straubing, the old ducal town on the Danube, is the intellectual hub for renewable raw materials and technologies for sustainability in Germany. TUM Campus Straubing for Biotechnology and Sustainability offers scientific and academic excellence in a student-friendly and fresh environment. The successful applicant will hold a 2-year contract with the possibility to expand it. We offer a competitive salary and benefits depending on work experience and seniority in accordance with the public service wage agreement of the Free State of Bavaria - TV-L E13. As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, TUM explicitly encourages applications from women as well as from all others who would bring additional diversity dimensions to the university’s research and teaching strategies. Preference will be given to disabled candidates with essentially the same qualifications. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
266 Link 1.2 Million USD Funding + 120K Annual Salary – Full Professor (Tenured) in Computer Science 1.2 Million USD Funding + 120K Annual Salary – Full Professor (Tenured) in Computer Science Full Professor (Tenured) in Computer Science ### University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) **Application Procedure** * **Please send a research statement and a Curriculum Vitae including a list of academic achievements, teaching experiences, research publications, awards, funded projects, etc. by email to[cstalents@uestc.edu.cn](mailto:cstalents@uestc.edu.cn) and CC [info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)** * To improve the efficiency of recruitment, the selection committee will conduct a quick preliminary evaluation of CV and make contact with you as soon as possible. * No application deadline constraints: the positions are open all the year round. **Research Fields** Computer science related fields, including but not limited to: * Artificial Intelligence(Multimedia, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, Human Computer Interaction, Brain-computer interface) * Database, Data Mining and Information Retrieval * Computer Graphics and Visualization, VR * Computer Science: Algorithms and Theory * Networks and Internet of Things, Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing * Cybersecurity, Blockchain, Privacy and Security * Architectures, Operating Systems and Embedded Systems **Qualifications and Requirements** * The applicant should hold a doctoral degree in Computer Science or a related area from a world-renowned university. * The applicant should have a world-class research track record showing major contributions made to science and knowledge in the field of Computer Science/Engineering. * The applicant should demonstrate an outstanding international leadership and be recognized internationally for academic contribution and impact on policy or practice, including mentoring of junior faculties, leadership of major funding initiatives, impact to other disciplines, prestigious national or international awards, leadership in national and international professional societies, etc. **Remuneration and Benefits** Full Professor * Salary: over 800,000 CNY per annum * Relocation allowance: 2.5 million CNY, plus a transitional apartment for use up to 1 year * Start-up research funding: 8 million CNY * Supervision of PhD students with fees and studentship covered #### Associate Professor * Salary: over 550,000 CNY per annum * Relocation allowance: 1.8 million CNY, plus a transitional apartment for use up to 1 year * Start-up research funding: 3-5 million CNY * Supervision of PhD students with fees and studentship covered #### Assistant Professor * Salary: over 400,000 CNY per annum * Relocation allowance: 1 million CNY, plus a transitional apartment for use up to 1 year * Start-up research funding: 1.5 million CNY * Supervision of PhD students with fees and studentship covered **About University of Electronic Science and Technology of China** University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) is a national key university managed by the Ministry of Education of China. In 2017, UESTC was included in Category A of the “World-class University” project. Sixty years’ efforts and cultivations have witnessed the University’s process from sole dependence on electronic information engineering to all-around programs in electronic disciplines, and the University now turns out to be a key multidisciplinary university with electronic science and technology as its nucleus, engineering as its major field and featured the harmonious integration of science, engineering, management and liberal arts, well prepared at the call of the history to come up as a high-level research- oriented university. **School of Computer Science and Engineering** With “people-oriented, pursuit of excellence” mission, the School of Computer Science and Engineering (SCSE) in UESTC has the vision of becoming a world- class computer science school. The discipline of Computer Science and Technology in the school is ranked 26th in the latest US News, ranked in the top 0.71‰ of latest ESI in March 2020 and 35th in the world (published by Clarivate Analytics). Focusing on the goal of building a world-class university, the Department sincerely calls for outstanding talents at home and abroad. **Contact Information** E-Mail: **email to[cstalents@uestc.edu.cn](mailto:cstalents@uestc.edu.cn) and CC [info@techtalentsuk.com](mailto:info@techtalentsuk.com)** Computer science Full-time 2022-02-28T01:00:00+01:00 China website
267 Link Doctoral Researcher on DIgitaLisation Law And Innovation / DILLAN The **University of Luxembourg** aspires to be one of Europe’s most highly regarded universities with a distinctly international and **interdisciplinary character**. It fosters the cross-fertilisation of **research** and **teaching** , is relevant to its country, is known worldwide for its research and teaching in targeted areas, and is establishing itself as an innovative model for contemporary European Higher Education. It`s core asset is its well- connected world-class academic staff which will attract the most motivated, talented and creative students and young researchers who will learn to enjoy taking up challenges and develop into visionary thinkers able to shape society. The **Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance** offers three Bachelor programmes, four Master programmes of Management and Economics and six Masters of Laws (LL.M.), as well as several continuing education courses. It also includes the Doctoral School in Law and the Doctoral School in Economics and Finance. Around **2,500 students** from **90 different nationalities** are enrolled at the Faculty. Academic staff from 18 different nationalities teach at the Faculty, supported by practitioners from the field, visiting scholars and guest professors. Rooted in Luxembourg but with a **European and international outlook** , the Faculty counts three departments: * Department of Law * Department of Economics and Management * Department of Finance Teaching and research benefit from the proximity of the European institutions, Luxembourg’s leading international financial centre and its vibrant business community. Institutional and private sector partnerships, sponsored Chairs and a growing network of international partner universities make the FDEF a **vibrant academic hub at the heart of Europe**. ##### Your Role In the context of the [Doctoral Training Unit on DIgitaLisation Law And INnovation](https://wwwen.uni.lu/research/fdef/dl/dillan) (DILLAN) **Professor** **Mark Cole** is opening one funded PhD position. The doctoral candidate is expected to develop and research topics related to the regulation of machine learning technologies and specifically possibilities and limitations of an EU framework in this context. * The doctoral candidate will conduct research under the guidance of Prof. Cole with the aim of studying towards a PhD in Law * The doctoral candidate will publish research results and present them at conferences, workshops, etc * S/he shall contribute to the teaching of classes ranging from one to three hours per week, of small group teachings and tutorials ##### Your Profile * Master’s degree in Law. The PhD student should have a strong background in criminal law and procedure, as well as a strong interest in philosophy of law, tech law, regulatory and criminal policy * Have the linguistic skills to evolve in a multilingual environment: Fluency in English and a good knowledge of French, an additional language is an asset * Strong interest in interdisciplinary research * Excellent communication and team working skills are required **We offer** * Fully-funded 4-year position * An exciting international and multilingual research environment and the possibility to work within a research team focused on digitalization, computer science and law * Travel opportunities for training and learning ##### In Short * Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract 48 Month * Work Hours: Full Time 40.0 Hours per Week * Location: Belval * Job Reference: RCREQ0004363 ##### Further Information Applications should be submitted online and include: * Completed online application form; * A curriculum vitae; * Copies of university degrees (to the extent possible, please include university transcripts and official details of class rank); * A research proposal linked to the topic(s) advertised (2000 words-long, containing an explanation of the topic, its scientific background and why the applicant considers it to be important; a research question and the specific aim of the research proposal; methodology; timeline for completion, and a short bibliography); * Two letters of recommendation by professors familiar with the applicant's academic legal training commenting on the applicant's ability to conduct academic research; * Proof of language proficiency in English and / or French if those languages are not the mother tongue of the applicant. **Early application is highly encouraged** , as the applications will be processed upon reception. Please apply ONLINE formally through the HR system. Applications by email will not be considered. Here’s what awaits you at the University * **Multilingual and international character**. Modern institution with a personal atmosphere. Staff coming from 90 countries. Member of the “University of the Greater Region” (UniGR). * **A modern and dynamic university.** High-quality equipment. WiFi on campus. Close ties to the business world and to the Luxembourg labour market. A unique urban site with excellent infrastructure. * **A partner for society and industry**. Cooperation with European institutions, innovative companies, the Financial Centre and with numerous non-academic partners such as ministries, local governments, associations, NGOs … * [Find out more about the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/university/about_the_university) * [Addresses, maps & routes to the various sites of the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/contact) Juridical sciences Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Luxembourg website
268 Link PhDs in Mathematics The **University of Luxembourg** aspires to be one of Europe’s most highly regarded universities with a distinctly international and **interdisciplinary character**. It fosters the cross-fertilisation of **research** and **teaching** , is relevant to its country, is known worldwide for its research and teaching in targeted areas, and is establishing itself as an innovative model for contemporary European Higher Education. The University`s core asset is its well-connected world-class academic staff which will attract the most motivated, talented and creative students and young researchers who will learn to enjoy taking up challenges and develop into visionary thinkers able to shape society. **The Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine** (FSTM) contributes multidisciplinary expertise in the fields of **Mathematics** , **Physics** , **Engineering** , **Computer Science** , **Life Sciences** and **Medicine**. Through its dual mission of teaching and research, the FSTM seeks to generate and disseminate knowledge and train new generations of responsible citizens, in order to better understand, explain and advance society and environment we live in. The Mathematics Department of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for: **3 PhD positions** , co-financed by a grant from the Luxembourg National Research Fund. **PhD advisors** currently recruiting and their research areas: * Giovanni Peccati: Stochastic analysis, random fields and stochastic geometry * Antonella Perucca: Number theory (algebraic, analytic, computational), arithmetic geometry * Jean-Marc Schlenker: Geometric structures on 3-dimensional manifolds and geometric analysis * Gabor Wiese: Number theory, arithmetic geometry, computer algebra The other PIs in the project are Ivan Nourdin, Hugo Parlier, Norbert Poncin, Bruno Teheux and Sergei Merkulov. ##### Your Role The successful candidates will be expected to conduct research under the guidance of professors (names and areas of expertise listed below), with the aim of obtaining a PhD in mathematics. They will also be expected to contribute to the department’s many activities, including seminars, teaching, outreach and various other research related events. Our department offers an outstanding and dynamic environment for PhD candidates, with multiple seminars, working groups, colloquia, and a doctoral school which also includes access to multiple training opportunities, including some not only focused on mathematics. In addition, our modern campus provides excellent facilities, creating an invigorating research environment. ##### Your Profile * Master's Degree (or equivalent) in mathematics or related disciplines. (The degree must be obtained before the beginning of the contract but you can apply before). * Good command of written and spoken English. * Strong dedication to doing mathematics at a research level. ##### In Short * Contract Type: 36 months fixed-term contract (up to 48 months if required) * Internal position name: Doctoral researcher * Teaching duties of up to 60 hours per year * Work Hours: Full Time 40.0 Hours per Week * Location: Belval * Employee and student status * Job Reference: UOL02597 / R-AGR-3528-13-C ##### Further Information Applications should be submitted online and include: * Letter of motivation, explaining the reasons for applying to Luxembourg * A ranked list of up to three PhD advisors from the above list (with motivations for the choices) * Full CV * Transcript of academic records and copies of diploma * Names of at least two references who are willing to write a letter of recommendation on the candidate's behalf (they may be contacted by us) * Any other relevant documents Early application is highly encouraged, as the applications will be processed upon reception. Please apply ONLINE formally through the HR system. Applications by email will not be considered. The University of Luxembourg embraces inclusion and diversity as key values. We are fully committed to removing any discriminatory barrier related to gender, and not only, in recruitment and career progression of our staff. ##### Here’s what awaits you at the University * **Multilingual and international character**. Modern institution with a personal atmosphere. Staff coming from 90 countries. Member of the “University of the Greater Region” (UniGR). * **A modern and dynamic university.** High-quality equipment. WiFi on campus. Close ties to the business world and to the Luxembourg labour market. A unique urban site with excellent infrastructure. * **A partner for society and industry**. Cooperation with European institutions, innovative companies, the Financial Centre and with numerous non-academic partners such as ministries, local governments, associations, NGOs … * [Find out more about the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/university/about_the_university) * [Addresses, maps & routes to the various sites of the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/contact) ##### Further information Additional remarks: * The positions are funded by the Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg (ref. PRIDE17/12246620/GPS). * Administrative questions should be addressed to [katharina.heil@uni.lu](mailto:katharina.heil@uni.lu) * Scientific questions should be addressed to the corresponding potential PhD advisor (we suggest contacting the potential supervisor **in any event** ). Mathematics Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Luxembourg website
269 Link 2-year Postdoc on effect-directed analysis of micropollutants in water The Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering, Aarhus University, invites applications for a 2-year postdoc position offering applicants an exciting opportunity to join our research on effect-directed analysis of micropollutants in wastewater. The position will be open until a qualified candidate is found. The currently known environmental micropollutants are generally responsible for less than 1-5% of the total mixture toxicity in wastewaters. This project aims at identifying the key toxicants in complex mixtures and assess their removal in advanced water purification (bio)technologies. For this, the project aims at developing an innovative technology for high resolution screening of bioactive compounds (i.e. effect-directed analysis, EDA) by developing a direct coupling between liquid chromatography – mass spectrometry and planar bioassays (i.e. in vitro bioassays integrated with TLC). Specific tasks are: * Development of a novel interface for printing µL-droplets of the eluent of liquid chromatography on TLC plates for planar bioassays * Optimization and validation of the EDA approach for detecting biological effects based on liquid chromatography coupled with planar bioassays * Identification of key pollutants causing the currently unattributed effects in wastewater before and after advanced water purification (bio)technologies * Working in a team with external & international partners including research stays abroad The project will be conducted in close collaboration with: * Dr. Associate Prof. Jeroen Kool, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Development of LC-TLC interface * Dr. Sebastian Buchinger, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany: Effect-based methods based on planar bioassays * Prof. Jan H. Christensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: [https://plen.ku.dk/english/research/env_chem_phys/ac/research-projects/v...](https://plen.ku.dk/english/research/env_chem_phys/ac/research-projects/vandalf/) There is considerable freedom to align the goals of the project with the goals of the candidate. The candidate is therefore encouraged to describe research ideas as part of the application (research proposal of max. 2 pages). The position is funded by the Danish Research Foundation. We offer a well-financed and unique research opportunity to conduct research on effect-directed analysis of micropollutants in water at a high international level. We encourage a research climate with lively, open and critical discussion within and across different fields of research. We guarantee access to well-developed research infrastructure including state-of- the-art instrumentation for chemical analysis (UHPLC-HRMS). Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-01T23:00:00+02:00 Denmark e-mail
270 Link Postdoc Positions in Ab Initio Simulation Postdoc Positions in Ab Initio Simulation: Theoretical Chemistry, Marx Group, Bochum Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Research Associate positions in the Marx Group at Bochum ([www.theochem.rub.de](http://www.theochem.rub.de)) which are available immediately or upon mutual agreement for two years with possible extensions. The researchers will be involved in challenging projects using and/or advancing modern ab initio simulation techniques including state-of- the-art machine learning extensions. Topics cover e.g. THz spectroscopy, quantum cryochemistry and aqueous interfaces using cutting-edge methods such as those based on path integrals and artificial neural networks; check the homepage and recent publications. The Center for Theoretical Chemistry at RUB offers an exciting interdisciplinary research environment and excellent facilities including several in-house HPC platforms. The Marx Group is among the scientific pillars of the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV ([www.solvation.de](http://www.solvation.de)) and is deeply involved in the Center for Solvation Science ZEMOS ([www.rub.de/zemos](http://www.rub.de/zemos)), which hosts a powerful Core Facility for Simulation. The Research Associates will take full advantage of being integrated into RESOLV and ZEMOS. Note that we are operational on university campus even in current covid-19 pandemic times. Information on the simulation techniques used and developed at CTC are accessible via [www.theochem.rub.de/go/cprev.html](http://www.theochem.rub.de/go/cprev.html) whereas fundamentals are provided in D. Marx and J. Hutter, Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics: Basic Theory and Advanced Methods (Cambridge, 2009). Candidates should have significant experience in molecular dynamics / electronic structure and a PhD in computational / theoretical chemistry / physics. Candidates should send a two page resume including a short outline of their previous research expertise and achievements as well as their own thoughts on aforementioned topics together with the usual material as a PDF file to: Professor Dominik Marx Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Chemie Ruhr-Universität Bochum 44780 Bochum, Germany [theochem@theochem.rub.de](mailto:theochem@theochem.rub.de) | [www.theochem.rub.de](http://www.theochem.rub.de) The Ruhr-Universität Bochum seeks to foster the careers of women, especially in areas where they are currently underrepresented, and therefore encourages applications of women in particular. Qualified disabled candidates are explicitly invited to apply. Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Chemistry Full-time 2022-01-06T23:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
271 Link PMO-16 IPIC PhD Studentships - Monolithic and Heterogeneous Integration Theme **PMO-16 IPIC PhD Studentships - Monolithic and Heterogeneous Integration Theme** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term** We have **2 prestigious PhD Studentships** available that will commence in October 2020. Students will join the Irish Photonics Integration Centre (IPIC), Ireland’s centre of excellence for research and innovation in photonics, as it undergoes a rapid expansion programme to grow to 220 researchers, to become one of Europe’s top photonics integration research centres. Each studentship will offer the opportunity for you to: * Complete a cutting edge research project in one of the areas listed below * Collaborate with our 17 Principal Investigators and their research teams * Access Tyndall’s world-class research facilities * Publish in leading journals and present at top international conferences * Complete advanced training courses, e.g. semiconductor fabrication * Develop translational skills, e.g. project management, communication & dissemination and entrepreneurial skills * Connect with our global network of 30 industry and more than 100 academic partners * Join a diverse community of young researchers from across the world and participate in one of our vibrant student chapters Our core Platform Research Programme is composed of two Themes, each tasked to develop game changing technologies that will be deployed across multiple applications, from optical communications to medical devices, and each with an investment of about €3M. We are entering a very exciting time for photonics, with the use of light addressing many critical issues for today’s society. The key to achieving the best results is the integration of photonic components into circuits, the approach that has revolutionised electronics over the last 50 years. We are at the start of a similar journey for photonics with new semiconductor technologies, and while the integration strategies will enable multiple applications, IPIC will address two areas in particular; namely, highly energy-efficient high-bandwidth communications for use in advanced data centres and ultraviolet light sources for precision biomedical diagnostics. Our research in the Monolithic and Heterogeneous Integration Theme, led by [IPIC Deputy Director Brian Corbett](https://www.ipic.ie/people/brian- corbet/), will cover the full range of theory, through devices and integration, to demonstrations in real applications. We are now seeking 2 dynamic PhD students who will work together as a team to tackle these scientific challenges and to help us achieve our goals in the following areas: * Design & modelling of semiconductor materials for feedback insensitive lasers (Supervisor – Prof. Eoin O’Reilly, Position HET-4) * Semiconductor growth of materials for feedback insensitive lasers (Supervisor – Dr. Emanuele Pelucchi, Position HET-5) **Closing date:** End of August 2021 An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for this successful candidate for this position. All of the studentships will be based at Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork. If you are interested in helping us achieve our ambition, complete and submit an application form and motivation letter, highlighting your preferred project. **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/pmo-16-ipic-phd-studentships-monolithic- and-heterogeneous-integration-theme) to Apply** _Postgraduate applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency as per UCC regulations_ ([https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/comparison/english/postgraduate/](http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/comparison/english/postgraduate/)). Certificates should be valid (usually less than 2 years old) and should be uploaded with their application. In special circumstances the panel may consider a prior degree in English (e.g. Master thesis written in English) as evidence of English language proficiency. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Communication sciences Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
272 Link PMO-18 IPIC PhD Studentships – Photonic Packaging & Hybrid Integration Theme **PMO-18 IPIC PhD Studentships – Photonic Packaging & Hybrid Integration Theme** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term** Photonics Packaging Group at Tyndall has PhD studentships starting in September 2021. The positions will involve cutting-edge research in the area of hybrid photonic device integration and packaging and thermal management of integrated photonic devices. The projects will involve the design and laboratory prototyping of state-of-the-art photonic devices. The technology to be developed will use different photonic material systems, including Silicon, Indium Phosphide and Silicon Nitride. Target applications for this technology include high speed communications, medical diagnostics and remote sensing. Students will have an opportunity to work with the highly experienced researchers in the Tyndall Institute, as well as work with the group’s many collaborators across the world. Training will also be provided across the many areas of advanced photonic integration and packaging. The PhD projects focus on: * Packaging PhD4 PAC-9 (Supervisor – Brian Corbett) * Hybrid integration and packaging of integrated photonics devices (Supervisor – Prof. Peter O’Brien) * UV Emitters for biomedical applications – (Prof Peter Parbrook, Position BIO-7) Each studentship will offer the opportunity to: * Complete a cutting-edge research project in a core technology area that is in great demand * Complete your research within a highly experienced research team * Access Tyndall’s world-class photonic packaging facilities * Publish in leading journals and present at top international conferences * Complete advanced training courses, e.g. semiconductor fabrication and packaging * Develop translational skills, e.g. project management, communication & dissemination and entrepreneurial skills * Connect with our global network of industry and academic research partners * Join a diverse community of young researchers from across the world * _PAC-9_ : The student will develop photonic integrated circuits and the associated novel packaging strategies to realise state-of-the-art high bandwidth multichannel and efficient coupling to output lenses. The circuits will be characterised and performance validated. These PhD studentships will be based at the Tyndall Institute, University College Cork. An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for this successful candidate for this position. Yearly University Academic Fees will paid by the Tyndall National Institute. If you are interested in helping us achieve our ambition, complete and submit an application form and motivation letter, _indicating your preferred PhD project._ **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/pmo-17-ipic-phd-studentships-_-photonic- packaging-and-hybrid-integration-theme) to Apply** _Postgraduate applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency as per UCC regulations_ (). Certificates should be valid (usually less than 2 years old) and should be uploaded with their application. In special circumstances the panel may consider a prior degree in English (e.g. Master thesis written in English) as evidence of English language proficiency. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
273 Link PMO-19 IPIC PhD Studentships – Biomedical Theme **PMO-19 IPIC PhD Studentships – Biomedical Theme** **Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term** We have prestigious PhD Studentships available that will commence in September 2021. Students will join the Irish Photonics Integration Centre (IPIC), Ireland’s centre of excellence for research and innovation in photonics, as it undergoes a rapid expansion programme to grow to 220 researchers, to become one of Europe’s top photonics integration research centres. As part of a new centre award, four research multidisciplinary themes are launched, each of them based on more than 10 dedicated researchers. The Biomedical theme will now hire these PhD students. Each studentship will offer the opportunity for you to: * Complete a cutting edge research project in one of the areas listed below * Collaborate with our 17 Principal Investigators and their research teams * Access Tyndall’s world-class research facilities * Publish in leading journals and present at top international conferences * Complete advanced training courses in photonics * Develop translational skills, e.g. project management, communication & dissemination and entrepreneurial skills * Connect with our global network of 30 industry and more than 100 academic partners * Join a diverse community of young researchers from across the world and participate in one of our vibrant student chapters The 3 Themes are each tasked to develop game changing technologies that will be deployed across multiple applications, from optical communications to medical devices, and each with an investment of about €3M. We are entering a very exciting time for photonics, with the use of light addressing many critical issues for today’s society. The key to achieving the best results is the integration of photonic components into circuits, the approach that has revolutionised electronics over the last 50 years. We are at the start of a similar journey for photonics with new semiconductor technologies, and the integration strategies will enable multiple applications. Our research in the Biomedical Theme, led by IPIC Deputy Director Stefan Andersson-Engels, will address the development of ultra-compact image sensor technologies to advance medicine in a wide range of clinical specialities. We are now seeking dynamic PhD students who will work together in an extended team of dedicated researchers to tackle these scientific challenges and to help us achieve our goals in the following areas: 1. Image sensor design for these ultra-compact image sensors optimised for biomedical use (Supervisor – Prof. Stefan Andersson-Engels, Position BIO-4) 2. Optical powering of image sensor (Supervisor – Prof. Brian Corbett, Position BIO-5) 3. Optical communication with image sensor (Supervisor – Prof. Paul Townsend, Position BIO-6) An annual student stipend of €18,500 applies for this successful candidate for this position. Yearly University Academic Fees will paid by the Tyndall National Institute. If you are interested in helping us achieve our ambition, complete and submit an application form and motivation letter, _highlighting your preferred project_. **Application Instructions: Please click[here](https://www.tyndall.ie/pmo-18-ipic-phd-studentships-_-photonic- packaging-and-hybrid-integration-theme) to Apply** _Postgraduate applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English language proficiency as per UCC regulations_ ([https://www.ucc.ie/en/study/comparison/english/postgraduate/](http://www.ucc.ie/en/study/comparison/english/postgraduate/)). Certificates should be valid (usually less than 2 years old) and should be uploaded with their application. In special circumstances the panel may consider a prior degree in English (e.g. Master thesis written in English) as evidence of English language proficiency. Please note that Garda vetting and/or an international police clearance check may form part of the selection process. The University, at its discretion, may undertake to make an additional appointment(s) from this competition following the conclusion of the process. Please note that an appointment to posts advertised will be dependent on University approval, together with the terms of the employment control framework for the higher education sector. At this time, Tyndall National Institute does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies. Tyndall National Institute at University College, Cork is an Equal Opportunities Employer. Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T17:00:00+02:00 Ireland e-mail
274 Link PhD | Influence of redox conditions and organic matter on the partitioning and mobility of naturally occurring radionuclides (NOR‘s) in geothermal systems Deep geothermal energy is currently being investigated in many European countries, including Belgium, as a promising renewable energy source for the future. Geothermal energy plants rely on pumping up large amounts of deep hot groundwaters and transferring these groundwaters through above-ground facilities (such as heat exchangers, turbines or pumps) before reinjecting them back to the geological layer from which they were extracted (closed-loop configuration). Previous and recent chemical and radiological analysis of these groundwaters have however shown that, in order to guarantee long service life without adversely affecting humans and the environment, such installations need to be assessed both chemically and radiologically. Indeed, from a chemical point of view, large quantities of dissolved salts, more specifically mainly NaCl, have been found in many of these groundwaters with total dissolved solids (TDS) ranging between ~100 to 270 g/L (Vandenberghe et al., 2000; Regenspurg et al., 2010; Sanjuan et al., 2010). Radiologically, these groundwaters are characterised by the presence of various naturally occurring radionuclides (NOR’s) of the 238U, 232Th and 235U decay series. While radium (226Ra, 228Ra, 224Ra, 223Ra), radon (222Rn), and lead (210Pb, 212Pb) isotopes are rather soluble in geothermal brines, the isotopes of uranium (238U, 234U, 235U), thorium (232Th, 228Th, 230Th), polonium (210Po), and actinium (227Ac, 228Ac) are characterized by low solubilities and are thus mostly immobile (Kölbel et al., 2020). Relatively elevated concentrations of 226Ra (up to 120 Bq/L) and 228Ra (up to 10 Bq/L) have been described in waters produced from different geothermal reservoirs (Vandenberghe et al., 2000; Vasile et al., 2016; Degering and Köhler, 2015; Kölbel et al., 2020). During their flow from the reservoir rocks up through the production well and surface installation, scale formation has been observed due to the changing pressure and temperature, as well as redox conditions. The observed scales comprise metal sulfides, iron (oxi)hydroxides, sulphates (e.g. baryte, celestite), carbonates (e.g. siderite, dolomite, calcite), and amorphous silca to name the predominant ones. The co-existence of the previously mentioned phases and association with different NOR’s clearly reflects that besides solubility, also the redox conditions play an important role in the precipitation of the scales and most likely also in the partitioning of the NOR’s. In this context, it should be mentioned that also organic material has been described in different geothermal systems being part of the scaling material or clogging deposits (Pauwels et al., 2020; Andritsos et al., 2014; Gallup et al., 2005; Finster et al., 2015; Sanjuan et al., 2010). The origin of organics present in the geothermal waters may be of natural origin, i.e. released from the reservoir/formation rocks and/or represents components or degradation products of scale and corrosion inhibitors. With respect to the characterization of scales formed in geothermal installations, the focus until now has been mainly on the radioactivity related to Ra-isotopes, as well as 210Pb and less to 210Po (Degering and Köhler, 2015). Process understanding, to date, was mainly focused on these radionuclides and less on 210Po. Lately, high amounts of 210Po were also described to be present in scales of the Reykjanes geothermal system in SW- Iceland (Borgeir, 2015), as well as in scales of the Balmatt system (Pauwels et al., 2020). However, no information is available yet to explain its fractionation and preferential accumulation/co-precipitation in scales compared to its parent (226Ra). Also the role of organics playing in NOR precipitation and fractionation is still poorly known. Thus, in order to better understand the mobility of NOR’s in geothermal systems and their partitioning during scale formation, the PhD project aims at answering the following main research questions: _1\. What is the influence of the redox conditions on the partitioning of the radionuclides in scales formed in geothermal installations (focus on 210Pb and 210Po) ?_ _2\. To which extent may organic matter of natural and/or artificial origin contribute to the accumulation and partitioning of NOR’s ? And if it plays a role, is this also a redox related process ?_ Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-24T23:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
275 Link Ph D student in Transcriptional mechanisms of antibiotic resistance Work environment: Position is available in Konstantin Brodolin's team at IRIM (Montpellier, France). IRIM (), a research center dedicated to the basic research in the fields of bacteriology, virology, and immunology. IRIM is located in the CNRS - University campus which provides rich and dynamic scientific environment. K. Brodolin's team explores molecular mechanisms of transcription regulation in the pathogenic bacteria by using biochemical, biophysical and structural approaches. Major research focus is on the interplay between RNA polymerase, transcription factors and antibiotics. Main mission: Explore a role of transcriptional regulators in resistance to the antibiotic fidaxomicin targeting bacterial RNA polymerase. Activities: Successful candidate will explore molecular mechanisms of antibiotic resistance and will participate in development of the novel antibacterial molecules. Methods to be used will include/in silico/drug design, RNA-seq, Chip-seq and/in vitro/enzymatic assays. Biological sciences Full-time 2021-10-30T23:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
276 Link PhD on Developing Microwave/RF Instrumentation for DNP NMR applications on Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) * In Laboratoire des biomolécules (LBM) - UMR 7203 at ENS Paris, PSL University (rank 1st in France by QS and THE World university rankings 2020) * Supervised by Prof. Kong Ooi Tan, co-supervised by Prof. Geoffrey Bodenhausen and Dr. Daniel Abergel * Duration: A 3-year contract starting around 9/2021 (latest by 12/2021) * Stipend: € 1,400- 1,500 / month * Application deadline: Anytime until the position is filled The main goal of the project is to develop rf and microwave instrumentation for Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) techniques at high magnetic fields, i.e., 9.4 T/ 400 MHz/ 263 GHz. The candidate will contribute to building a DNP NMR probe with optimized rf & microwave delivery from the source to the sample under cryogenic conditions near 4 K. The array of instruments that has to be built includes microwave waveguides, resonant cavities, and rf resonance circuitry. Hence, candidates with experience in assembling rf and microwave components are highly desirable. Besides, we will build a low-cost EPR circuitry in the same probe to allow the characterization of the DNP polarizing agents using longitudinal detection EPR spectroscopy. In collaboration with the group at ENS of the Institute of Porous Materials of Paris (IMAP), we will apply the DNP technique to study low-gamma nuclei in metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) using both MAS and dissolution DNP spectrometers. Our lab houses an 800 MHz/ 527 GHz MAS-DNP spectrometer, a 600 MHz, a 500 MHz to be installed soon, a 400 MHz, and two dissolution-DNP polarizers (a Bruker prototype at 6.7 T/ 188 GHz and a home-built cryogen-free system at 9.4 T/ 263 GHz). Moreover, we have access to NMR spectrometers that belong to the national high field NMR facilities (IR-RMN-THC). Our lab performs cross-disciplinary research and our current group members have backgrounds in (bio)chemistry, physics, or engineering. We welcome applicants with a diverse but relevant background joining our group. Group website: ## ## _Application_ Please send your CV, a letter of motivation, academic transcripts, and the names of two scientists willing to write recommendation letters to Prof. Kong Ooi Tan ([kong-ooi.tan@ens.psl.edu](mailto:kong-ooi.tan@ens.psl.edu)). ## _References_ 1. K. O. Tan, S. Jawla, R. J. Temkin, R. G. Griffin, Pulsed Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, eMagRes, (2019) 339-352 2. K. O. Tan, M. Mardini, C. Yang, J. H. Ardenkjær-Larsen, R. G. Griffin, Three-spin solid effect and the spin diffusion barrier in amorphous solids, Science Advances 5 (7), eaax2743 (2019) 3. M. Baudin, B. Vuichoud, A. Bornet, G. Bodenhausen, S. Jannin, A cryogen-consumption-free system for dynamic nuclear polarization at 9.4 T, J. Mag. Res 294 (2018) 115-121 4. B. Aghelnejad, G. Bodenhausen, S. Marhabaie, A low-temperature Broadband NMR Probe for Multinuclear Cross-Polarization, Chem. Phys. Chem (2019) 2830-2835 Physics Full-time 2022-01-31T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
277 Link Research Assistant (Doctoral Candidate/PhD position, m/f/d) – Computational Electromagnetics and Photonics Design (Salary Scale 13 TV-L “FwN”, 100 %) The Hannover Center for Optical Technologies (HOT), Cluster of Excellence PhoenixD, and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering invite applicants for one position as a **Research Assistant (Doctoral Candidate/PhD position, m/f/d) – Computational Electromagnetics and Photonics Design (Salary Scale 13 TV-L “FwN”, 100 %)** to be filled as soon as possible. The position is initially limited for 3 years (extension is possible) and provides the opportunity of further academic qualification, such as a doctoral degree. **Responsibilities and duties** The selected candidate will use computational electromagnetics techniques, such as the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method, in combination with high-performance computing and optimization techniques (deep learning, adjoint method), for the simulation and design of complex photonic systems, such as plasmonic/dielectric metasurfaces/metamaterials, integrated waveguides, photonic crystals, and optical phased arrays, as well as the modelling of advanced optical material properties. The candidate will also contribute to the interpretation of experimental results, and support experimental groups in the Cluster of Excellence PhoenixD for the fabrication of these devices. **Hiring requirements** Applicants to the position must have a relevant scientific university degree (Diploma or Master), for example in physics, optics and photonics, electrical engineering, computer science, or a related field. The ideal candidate must have a strong background in optics/photonics, computational electromagnetics, and programming (C, C++). Please, motivate how the “must have” requirements are met in your cover letter. Knowledge in optimization techniques, artificial intelligence, and solid-state physics, is also desirable. The candidate should have the ability and willingness to work together with experts from a broad background in science and technology. The successful candidate enjoys programming and solving physics problems via numerical techniques, including on parallel computers, supercomputers and GPUs. In addition, excellent communication skills in English, oral as well as written, are expected. **How to apply** For further information, please contact Ms. Carmen Klingeberg in the office of Prof. Antonio Calà Lesina. Please submit your application by email together with your Curriculum vitae, transcripts (degree certificates and grades), and the names of two references by September 15th, 2021. A detailed cover letter focusing on how you meet the "must-have" hiring requirements (optics/photonics, computational electromagnetics, and programming) is also needed. Email: [office-calalesina@hot.uni-hannover.de ](mailto:antonio.calalesina@hot.uni-hannover.de) **About the employer** As a member of our international team, you have the opportunity to sharpen your scientific profile in a dynamic and excellent research environment and advance in your professional career. We offer a scientifically and intellectually inspiring atmosphere at a leading technical university with a long tradition of research in optics and photonics. The Leibniz University Hannover is home to several specialised institutes and organisations in this fast-evolving research field, e.g. the Cluster of Excellence PhoenixD (Photonics, Optics, and Engineering, Innovation Across Disciplines), the HOT - Hannover Centre for Optical Technologies and the newly founded Leibniz School of Optics & Photonics. PhoenixD alone comprises of more than 100 scientists from the fields of physics, mechanical engineering, chemistry, electrical engineering, computer science and mathematics. Concerning teaching, students benefit from the existing Master's degree programme Optical Technologies and a planned Bachelor's programme in Optics & Photonics. Leibniz University has a long track record of successful spin-offs in the field of optical technologies. Quite a few specialised companies reside in the Hannover region, and many of them have close ties with the university. An internationally well-known non-profit research institute for photonics and laser technology is the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH). 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. Information according to Article 13 GDPR for the collection of personal data can be found at . Engineering Full-time 2021-09-15T23:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
278 Link Post doctoral position in Electrical Engineering: Microwave Resonator for Securized Space Communication (R2CS2) **Post doctoral position** Microwave Resonator for Securized Space Communication (R2CS2) Deadline for application : as soon as possible in 2021, for 24 months Keywords: Microwave filters and resonators, tuneability, Microwave systems (transmitter/receiver - radar), digital communication … Subject: The proposed post-doctoral position is on link to other current projects of the team related to the design of microwave filters for space and/or defense applications, carried on with the CNES and DGA. The goal is to study in depth the behavior of SIR coaxial resonators, based on the nesting of several TEM sections, coupled in head-to-tail arrangement. Extended to a large number of sections, such a structures, offer many freedom degrees, very useful for the design microwave filters but also for single resonators presenting particular frequency behaviors. For a given fundamental frequency, the diversity of the set of harmonics and transmission zeros allows to make each resonator unique. This particularity, could be used in applications, for which a level security is needed. Prior to the electromagnetic simulation, frequency agility and power handling analyses, the theoretical description of the resonator needs a very specific mathematical work, including matrix and polynomial manipulations. Finally, through a Boolean representation of the resonators, the integration in a digital system will be studied. Host Laboratory Lab-STICC () The candidate will be integrated into an internationally-recognized dynamic laboratory (gathering more than 85 staff members and 50 PhD and post-doctoral students on the university place of the laboratory). The team focusing on microwave components and systems, works on several projects in various domains such as telecommunications, space, defense ... With a large panel of simulation softwares (HFSS, ADS, Spark, CST Pic…), technological realization tools, vector network analyzers and several other dedicated measurement test benchs, the laboratory provides all the facilities to perform a high level research. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
279 Link PhD in Chemical Science: "Single Pt atom on alumina for catalysis: eldorado or persona non grata?" Process efficiency in the field of energy and biomass conversion is contemporary and urgent societal issue. Heterogeneous catalysis is a key enabling technology towards this goal. In that context, understanding them at the molecular level while optimizing the use of rare and noble metal will likely contribute to make processes more environmentally friendly, i.e. by moving from supported nanoparticles to smaller clusters or isolated metal sites. Recently, single atom catalysts, where atomically dispersed metal on oxide supports are the proposed active sites under reaction conditions, are proposed to enable with high activity, selectivity and stability for numerous reactions. The enthusiasm for this topic coincides with the advances made in the field of atomic-scale characterization techniques and molecular modeling. However, the synthesis and the characterization of such materials remains a grand challenge. This project, at the frontier of molecular and material chemistry, aims at controlling the generation of isolated Pt sites on alumina using the tools of Surface Organometallic Chemistry (SOMC) and to study their behavior under a broad range of reaction conditions used in catalytic processes by combining advanced synthetic, spectroscopic and microscopy methods augmented by molecular modeling. Chemistry Full-time 2021-11-01T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
280 Link Part Time Consultant Engineer GET TO KNOW US: At Secaco (Seed Capital and Consulting) we strive towards a better world working hand‐to‐hand with our clients helping them develop their ideas. Through deep understanding of their necessities and goals, together we can acquire their desired results. This can only happen by building trust with costumers, learning about new technologies and growing markets. We believe that the future of the planet depends on the capabilities we have to develop new ways to produce on a greener, safer, and finally, better way. That is why we work worldwide, embracing every new opportunity and idea that comes to us as if it was our own. The world has yet many things to offer to mankind, and they can only be discovered by working together. WHAT DO WE NEED: In pursuit of all the markets which are not yet fully taken advantage of, we require to know them first hand, so we can advise our customers about the best and most effective way to proceed on them. Right now we are looking to expand that knowledge in areas such as Middle East (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Irak, Iran...) and the Southeast of Asia (India, Pakistan, Vietnam...). So if you live, have lived, or have experience working within these geographic areas, you are exactly what we need. WHAT YOU WILL BE DOING: In order to get the deep understanding required of the depths of the engineering fields for each country, we require infield knowledge, and that will be your role. As a part time consultant engineer, you will be part of a team helping develop all areas of the world. Regardless of your location, you will be working remotely, and you will only be required to provide us with your expertise in areas such as engineering, energy, or supply chain in the region you will be required to advice on. The topics you will be working with cover, although are not limited to, energy production, energy supply or production plants building, but ultimately we cover any kind of engineering field. The team is diverse and distributed across the world, and collaborates regularly over teleconferences. By doing that, you will be allowed to spend your time however you want as you will not have a fixed shift and you will only be required to meet the deadlines of the projects you are involved with. Engineering Part-time 2021-10-31T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
281 Link PhD - Effects of hydrogen addition on soot formation in flames: experimental investigation by laser imaging The health effects of fine, non-volatile particulate matter, and precursor aromatic species, generated by engines and furnaces are increasingly well known and have been the subject of considerable public interest in recent years. Likewise, there is increasing awareness of the potential role of particulate emissions in influencing climate change. Perhaps surprisingly, the mechanisms underlying the formation of soot are not currently well understood. The effect of hydrogen on soot formation is a focus of attention for this project since some fuel-flexible future energy strategies involve blending hydrogen with conventional fuel such as natural gas (or biogas). This necessitates control of emissions of soot and aromatics for fuel blends. Understanding the effect of hydrogen addition may also help to elucidate the underlying mechanisms of soot formation more generally. The technique to be used, laser-induced incandescence (LII), involves heating the soot in a flame or exhaust using a short-pulse laser and imaging the resulting emissions using a short-gated ICCD. The complementary technique of laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) will be used for imaging of aromatic species, temperature, and other intermediate species radicals. The requested studentship is related the LITECS EPSRC Programme Grant. Our role in LITECS is in underpinning the development of measurement systems for particulate imaging in industrial gas turbine combustor test rigs. In addition to undertaking cutting edge research, students are also registered for the Postgraduate Certificate in Researcher Development (PGCert), which is a supplementary qualification that develops a student’s skills, networks and career prospects. Information about the host department can be found by visiting: [http://www.strath.ac.uk/engineering/chemicalprocessengineering](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=129397&type=184&DID=2&url=http%3a%2f%2fwww.strath.ac.uk%2fengineering%2fchemicalprocessengineering) [http://www.strath.ac.uk/courses/research/chemicalprocessengineering/](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=129397&type=184&DID=2&url=http%3a%2f%2fwww.strath.ac.uk%2fcourses%2fresearch%2fchemicalprocessengineering%2f) ## Funding Notes Funding covers full Home fees for the 3.5 year duration of the project, and an annual stipend for living costs. Students applying should have (or expect to achieve) a minimum 2.1 undergraduate degree in a relevant engineering or science discipline, and be highly motivated to undertake multidisciplinary research. Supervisor: Dr Iain Burns - Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 United Kingdom website
282 Link Research assistant/Chemist / Physicist / Student masterand CIB offers for employment a position of chemist / biochemist / engineer / biologist / physicist / student master student related to research projects Portable biosensor coupled with sampling drone for in situ determination of marine water toxicity -MOBILTOX, funded by the ERANET-MarTera and Enzymatic Strata Program innovative for electrochemical interfaces-ENZ4IFACES funded by the ERANET-M Program. Job description: • Development / Execution of working protocols based on electrochemical methods (voltammetry, amperometry, impedance spectroscopy) • Organizing and analyzing experimental data, writing experimental reports and scientific publications. • Participation in scientific events Job requirements: • higher education in the field of chemistry / biochemistry / biology / chemical engineering / medical / physical engineering and dedication to work in research (organized, receptive and analytical person). • knowledge of English • practical experience in the laboratory, knowledge about the use of enzymes in bioanalysis and knowledge of electrochemical methods is an advantage Those interested are asked to send a letter of intent and a CV to: [office@biodyn.ro](mailto:office@biodyn.ro) Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-30T12:00:00+02:00 Romania e-mail
283 Link Postdoctoral Fellow - Computational plasma physics (IV-14) ELI Beamlines research centre in Dolní Břežany is a part of pan-European infrastructure ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure) representing a unique tool of support of scientific excellence in Europe by making available its capacities to the best scientific teams across the world. The aim of ELI Beamlines is to establish the most intensive laser system in the world and to operate it on a long-term basis. Due to ultra-high performances of 10 PW (1 petawatt =1,000,000,000,000,000 watts) and concentrated intensities of up to 1024 W/cm2, we can offer our users a unique source of radiation and beams of accelerated particles. The so called beamlines will enable ground-breaking research in the area of physics and science dealing with materials, but also in biomedicine and laboratory astrophysics and many other fields. ELI Beamlines is a part of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, and it was open in 2015. The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences is a holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award. It is awarded by the European Commission to institutions which put significant effort into improving their human resources strategy and ensuring professional and ethical working conditions. The Department 86 of ELI Beamlines is a combination of four teams (ELBA, LUIS, X-ray, HiFI/ERT), dedicated to the laser wakefield electron beam acceleration and generation of the various types of X-ray sources. The LUIS team of Dept. 86 at the ELI Beamlines develops experimental setups to be used for acceleration of the electron beam with unique parameters, suitable for the incoherent/coherent undulator-photon radiation. This development aims at using a compact Laser Wake Field Accelerator as a driver for the table-top Free Electron Laser. Detailed information about the LUIS development and the research activity is available at the website: [https://www.eli- beams.eu/facility/experimental-halls/e5-electron-accelar...](https://www.eli- beams.eu/facility/experimental-halls/e5-electron-accelaration-laser-undulator- x-ray-source/lux-beamline/) In the LUIS team we have a position available: **Postdoctoral Fellow - Computational plasma physics (IV-14)** **The candidate is supposed to conduct the studies of the problems related to the LUIS program as follows:** * modelling of the high power short pulse laser interaction with plasma targets to provide a theoretical background for the LUIS experimental activity on the laser wake field acceleration in an under-dense plasma * participation in the LUIS experimental activity for optimizing the laser-driven electron beam parameters suitable for incoherent and coherent undulator photon radiation * usage existing plasma simulation tools for novel application * development of physical models for existing and novel simulation capabilities * conducting further research aiming at novel charged particle acceleration mechanisms in the high repetition rate high-power laser regimes **Requirements:** * PhD in plasma physics or related field * experience in modelling of the electron acceleration in the laser-plasma interaction * good knowledge of spoken and written English is necessary * team player with good communication skills **Job conditions:** * the opportunity to participate in this unique scientific project * career growth, professional education * competitive and motivating salary * 5 weeks of holiday and other employee benefits Applications, containing CV, cover letter, contacts of references, and any other material the candidate considers relevant, should be sent to Mrs. Jana Ženíšková, HR specialist ([jana.zeniskova@eli- beams.eu](mailto:jana.zeniskova@eli-beams.eu), +420 - 601560322). Information regarding the personal data processing and access to the personal data at the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences can be found on: Physics Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 Czech Republic e-mail
284 Link Postdoc / Chemist Several Postdoc / Chemist positions in organic chemistry are available at Enamine Ltd. (Ukraine, Kyiv) to work on a ERC-funded project “Saturated bioisosteres of benzene.” Start: any time in 2021. Details of research are available at [www.mykhailiukchem.org ](http://www.mykhailiukchem.org ) Please, send the application documents (motivation letter, CV, list of publications, recommendation letters) to [Pavel.MykhailiukATmail.enamine.net](mailto:Pavel.Mykhailiuk@mail.enamine.net) Chemistry Negotiable 2021-10-01T00:00:00+02:00 Ukraine e-mail
285 Link PhD - ‘Tense’ solid oxide cells – boosting clean energy conversion through nanoscale strain Successful transition from a fossil fuel based economy to a net-zero-emissions one based on renewables critically depends on the ability to store renewable energy and release it on demand. Solid oxide cells (SOCs) are such a core technology that can reversibly store renewable electricity into fuels suitable for long-range transportation, aviation and large-scale energy storage. Most importantly, SOCs can be used to produce clean power from fuels such as hydrogen (fuel cell mode), or, when operated in reverse, to convert power into hydrogen, or even into other synthetic fuel precursors by utilizing carbon dioxide (electrolysis mode). As SOCs become increasingly more used, they also need to operate more efficiently and be more cost-effective and scalable. Since SOCs are built based on materials that combine good electronic and ionic conductivity with catalytic activity, advances in SOC technology have largely been driven by the quest to identify durable materials with increasingly higher conductivities. Typically this has been achieved by changing the crystal structure and chemistry of the materials. Alternative approaches based on physical, rather than chemical alterations are hugely promising, but require complex equipment to realize and are not particularly scalable. A key example is strain, or the ‘tensing’ of material’s crystal structure which is introduced by depositing the material on a substrate with different crystal structure dimensions, thus artificially expanding or contracting the unit cell. Strain can be a remarkably powerful tool to tune materials and boost their performance: ~2% of expansive strain creates additional free space for ions to diffuse, boosting ionic conductivity by 2-3 fold, which is equivalent to 20% mol doping4, compressive strain brings atoms together, increasing orbital overlap and creating ‘highways’ for electron transport, thus increasing electronic conductivity and finally lowers useful conduction temperatures preventing degradation. In spite of these advantages, the application of strain and materials ‘tensing’ is limited to the production method described above and thus to thin films, which are two-dimensional systems (2D). For many applications and devices, three-dimensional (3D) structures are routinely required. This PhD investigates a new approach to unlock strain within materials, in 3D, by nucleating ‘a cloud’ of nanoparticles within them, at nanoscale proximity of each other, creating 3D-‘tense’ materials and energy conversion devices. The project will use state of the art facilities to measure electronic and ionic transport properties, prepare and characterize materials and test them for power generation from hydrogen (power production), hydrogen production from steam (energy storage), as well as carbon dioxide and steam co- electrolysis to syngas, a key synthetic fuel/chemicals precursor (power-to- chemicals) as well as benchmark against equivalent state-of-the-art systems. Reference: K. Kousi, D. Neagu, L. Bekris, E. I. Papaioannou and I. S. Metcalfe, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2020, 59, 2510–2519. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 United Kingdom website
286 Link 3D Lightfield Measurement Technique for Spray Applications The aim of this PhD is to develop a 3D measurement technique applied to spray dispersion (fuel droplets or droplets expelled from a sneeze). The technique is based on light field imaging (plenoptic camera). Plenoptic cameras capture the light field by recording the intensity, position and orientation of rays. The information on the orientation of the rays allows to get 3D information from a juxtaposition of 2D information captured by a high-resolution sensor. Sub-pixel morphological analysis tools developed by the team will be exploited to refine the 3D characterization of gas-liquid interfaces. The elements for the modelling of the 3D metrology (optical field recording) in its application to sprays will be first implemented numerically and then experimentally. The plenoptic camera will use a lens, a high-definition sensor and a network of micro lenses. The mid-term perspective of this development is to propose an experimental alternative to the CFD approach for the characterization of primary atomization. The application to sprays will open up a wide range of perspectives, through the contribution that this 3D information represents, both for the understanding and modeling of atomization processes and for their practical analysis. A recent example concerns the dispersion of droplets from the human body to understand the key elements driving the spread of infections. Physics Full-time 2021-09-03T23:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
287 Link Student assistant (m/f) _Your tasks:_ * Assisting researchers and the Directors of the Institute by carrying out administrative and research tasks on internet and databases; * Taking care of administrative tasks related to the management of the library; * Supporting the organization of events such as conferences and lectures. Juridical sciences Part-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Luxembourg website
288 Link IT developer The **University of Luxembourg** aspires to be one of Europe’s most highly regarded universities with a distinctly international and **interdisciplinary character**. It fosters the cross-fertilisation of **research** and **teaching** , is relevant to its country, is known worldwide for its research and teaching in targeted areas, and is establishing itself as an innovative model for contemporary European Higher Education. The University`s core asset is its well-connected world-class academic staff which will attract the most motivated, talented and creative students and young researchers who will learn to enjoy taking up challenges and develop into visionary thinkers able to shape society. The **Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences** (FHSE) brings together expertise from the humanities, linguistics, cognitive sciences, social and educational sciences. People from across 20 disciplines are working within the Faculty. Along with the **disciplinary** approach a very ambitious interdisciplinary research culture has been developed. The faculty’s research and teaching focuses on **social, economic, political** and **educational** issues with the common goal of contributing to an inclusive, open and resourceful society. The FHSE offers four Bachelor and 15 Master degrees and a doctoral school providing students with the necessary knowledge and high-qualified skills to succeed in their future career. ##### Your Role The position of IT developer is an integral part of the INTERLOR project (“Lotharingia and the Papacy. Interaction, Integration and Transformation between Central Directing and Regional Internal Dynamics (from the 11th to the beginning of the 13th century)”), jointly developed by the University of Luxembourg and the RWTH Aachen University. The aim of this project is to study the interactions and mutual influences between Lotharingia and the Papacy in the central Middle Ages. An essential part of the project is a database that will host the summaries (regestes/Regesten), transcriptions and photographic images of the documentation related to the interactions between the Papacy and local realities. It will be hosted on an online platform of the University of Luxembourg’s Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE). As a member of the Institute for History, the candidate will conceive, develop and maintain the INTERLOR database and website in collaboration with the others project’s team members. In addition, he/she will help with the development and setup of new state of the art solutions within INTERLOR research activities. Your specific role as IT developer will be to: * build up and implement INTERLOR database * build up and implement INTERLOR website * analyze the needs of INTERLOR team, to realize states of art and to propose technological solutions * perform ad hoc IT technical tasks of all types in the service of INTERLOR project The candidate will have the opportunity to develop research related to the computational aspects of INTERLOR project and participate in the dissemination of its results. In addition, his/her expertise could be integrated into the teaching of fundamental disciplines of history. ##### Your Profile **Qualifications, experience, aptitude** * MA degree in computer science/engineering or digital humanities (only with proven experience in IT development - databases) * a second degree in history or other related discipline in the Humanities and Social Sciences will be considered as an asset * proven knowledge of HTML 5.0, CSS, XHTML, XML, PHP/MySQL, JavaScript, XSLT * proven programming experience (Python, Java - R will be considered an asset) * knowledge of semantic web technologies (RDF, OWL, SPARQL) : to be acquired once hired (continuing education) * ability to collaborate as part of a workflow Git * proven communication skills and ability to articulate clearly the scientific and technical needs and to work within an interdisciplinary setting, communicating with other internal/external partners * language skills: knowledge of at least two of the three languages French, German, and/or English ##### In Short * Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract 36 Month * Work Hours: Full Time 40.0 Hours per Week * Location: Belval * Internal Title: Research and development specialist * Job Reference: UOL03933 ##### Further Information Applications (in English, French and German) should contain the following documents: * curriculum vitae including description of past work experience * copies of diplomas * cover letter mentioning the reference number * in case: list of infrastructure/software projects Early application is highly encouraged, as the applications will be processed upon reception. Please apply ONLINE formally through the HR system. Applications by email will not be considered. The University of Luxembourg embraces inclusion and diversity as key values. We are fully committed to removing any discriminatory barrier related to gender, and not only, in recruitment and career progression of our staff. ##### Here’s what awaits you at the University * **Multilingual and international character**. Modern institution with a personal atmosphere. Staff coming from 90 countries. Member of the “University of the Greater Region” (UniGR). * **A modern and dynamic university.** High-quality equipment. WiFi on campus. Close ties to the business world and to the Luxembourg labour market. A unique urban site with excellent infrastructure. * **A partner for society and industry**. Cooperation with European institutions, innovative companies, the Financial Centre and with numerous non-academic partners such as ministries, local governments, associations, NGOs … * [Find out more about the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/university/about_the_university) * [Addresses, maps & routes to the various sites of the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/contact) ##### Further information Prof. Dr. Michel Margue ([michel.margue@uni.lu](mailto:michel.margue@uni.lu)) Head of the Institute of History Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Luxembourg website
289 Link Mechanical/Electrochemical couplings in Li-ion batteries with composite Si/C electrodes The last generation of anode for lithium-ion batteries are using silicon- graphite composite materials, for storing the lithium when charged. The composite is made of active material grains, glued together with a polymer binder. Those materials have the capacity to store important quantities of lithium, but at the cost of major volumetric swelling (up to 400% for silicon), which can potentially compromise the mechanical integrity and electrochemical performance of the system, at several levels (induced stress that damage components, loss of capacity due to material damage or porosity collapse). The subject of the PhD work will be the modelling and understanding of couplings, between material dilatation, mechanical damage, and electro- chemistry, from the electrode scale to the cell level. More precisely, the student will develop a micromechanical model of the negative electrode behaviour (dilation, and porosity evolution, damage generation) based on an original experimentation fit for purpose, to generate relevant data to be fed to battery models developed at IFPEN. For that objective, the student will work along three strong axis : (a) Macroscopic behaviour (capacity evolution and state of charge, expansion) of model batteries, for a variety of cycling conditions. (b) Imagery on electrodes, in order to visualize mechanical evolutions in the material. Two methods are under consideration : X-ray tomography for observing the dilation and porosity evolution, FIB-SEM for detailed imaging of damage in the polymer binder. (c) Numerical modelling of the mechanical behaviour (using FEM or DEM simulation). Models are going to be generated from imagery data, and relevant information is going to be extracted to feed higher level battery models. Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
290 Link PhD position at IFP Energies nouvelles in Statistics and Optimization **Sensitivity analysis for optimization problems under uncertainties** Among IFPEN applications, finding the optimal configuration of the inputs of a model leading to the best admissible performance appears in the design of complex systems such as electric motors or floating wind turbines. Among the numerous inputs of this problem, a certain number is defined as uncertain or random, such as wind information or the characteristics of a material that is poorly controlled and subject to a certain tolerance. This problem is formally translated as a constrained optimization problem with two types of variables: controllable design variables and random variables. Some constraints correspond to the feasible failure probability for the system to be designed. Typically, these applications incorporate a large number of inputs that make the resolution of this problem non-trivial especially in the context of optimization coupled with computationally expensive simulators. In order to overcome this complexity, the classic strategy is to return to simpler models by reducing the size of the inputs. We focus on the sensitivity analysis method that characterizes the global influence of an input parameter on the variability of a certain quantity of interest of the outputs. The objective of this thesis is to develop methods to identify the influential variables with respect to the considered problem, namely which are the controlled inputs that have a measurable impact on the performance of our model (relevant values of the cost function) but also those that lead to respect the constraints in a reliable way. In the same way, it seems relevant to be able to discriminate which are the random inputs that do not negatively impact the robustness or the obtaining of an optimal solution in order to simplify the initial problem. Keywords: sensitivity analysis, optimization under uncertainties, robust problems Academic supervisor HDR, HELBERT Céline, Institut Camille Jordan Doctoral School 512 - Ecole Doctorale en Informatique et Mathématiques de Lyon () IFPEN supervisor Dr, SPAGNOL Adrien, Applied Mathematics Departement, [adrien.spagnol@ifpen.fr](mailto:adrien.spagnol@ifpen.fr) PhD location Ecole Centrale Lyon / IFP Energies nouvelles Lyon Duration and start date 3 years, starting in fourth quarter 2021 Employer IFP Energies Nouvelles, Lyon, France Academic requirements University Master degree in Applied Mathematics Language requirements Fluency in French or English, willingness to learn French Other requirements Statistics, optimization, scientific programming R and/or Python Mathematics Full-time 2021-10-31T12:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
291 Link Postdoctoral position in big data medical image analysis at RITEH, Croatia We are seeking applicants for a two-year postdoctoral position in the area of big data medical image analysis, to work on the project IP-2020-02-3770 _Machine Learning for Knowledge Transfer in Medical Radiology_ , funded by the _Croatian Science Foundation_. **Institution:** University of Rijeka Faculty of Engineering (RITEH) **Project description:** The project will advance existing knowledge concerning modelling for medical image analysis, by introducing a common transfer-learning platform for domain-specific challenges in medical radiology CAD. The objectives will be achieved by fusing the available data sources (pixeldata, DICOM tags and narrative diagnoses) from a large PACS database of medical radiology exams (approx. 20 TB of images). Machine learning will be used for multi-step data-driven modelling, using state-of-the-art supercomputing facilities. The project team consists of researchers from the University of Rijeka, University of Ljubljana, University of Mannheim and Medical University of Graz. **Requirements:** * PhD in computer science, mathematics, physics or similar field, * Interest in image analysis and machine learning, * Good programming skills (algorithmic thinking), * Experience with machine learning frameworks (PyTorch, Tensorflow), * Good knowledge of English language, * Excellent communication skills, * No more than 4 years of previous postdoctoral engagement. **Responsibilities:** * Design, implement and evaluate models with other team members, * Report and present research findings and developments including status and results clearly and efficiently both internally and externally, verbally and in writing, * Aid in supervising the work of two PhD students, * Suggest and engage in team collaborations to meet ambitious research goals. **How to apply:** Applicants should express their interest in the position by sending a cover letter, curriculum vitae, list of publications and a brief description of their research interests and achievements – as a single .pdf file. The applicants should also arrange at least one letter of recommendation to be sent by their outstanding colleague. Review of preliminary applications will begin immediately. A tender for the job position will be announced when at least one suitable candidate is found. Starting date can be negotiated, and is possible as early as January 2022. Initial appointment will be for 6 months, with a single renewal for the remaining 18 months, depending on the applicant’s performance. **Contact address:** [istajduh@riteh.hr](mailto:istajduh@riteh.hr) Computer science Full-time 2021-10-31T00:00:00+02:00 Croatia e-mail
292 Link Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) in Limnogeology and Global Changes, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Geneva **INSTITUTION:** The University of Geneva is a higher teaching and research institution with in excess of 17’000 students from 150 countries studying in the core of the city in a dynamic and international environment. Our University offers more than 500 programmes including 136 Bachelor and Master degrees and 87 doctoral schools covering a wide variety of fields from social sciences and humanities to the sciences. The quality of research and teaching of our institution is demonstrated by the presence of a number of excellence centres and Nobel prices. The Department of Earth Science offers a highly dynamic and stimulating research environment. Through its association with the Department F.-A. Forel for Environmental and Aquatic Sciences, and with the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Lausanne in the frame of the Lemanic School of Earth Sciences, it benefits of outstanding analytical and research facilities (). **PRESENTATION:** The Faculty of Science of the University of Geneva invites applications for a professorship in Limnogeology and Global Changes, to be based in the Department of Earth Sciences. We are looking for a candidate who will focus on lacustrine and marine sedimentary records to develop a creative and original research program on paleoenvironmental changes resulting from climate and human forcing on the Earth system. Possible domains of expertise include, but are not limited to: sedimentology, geophysical/geochemical field data acquisition, quantitative analysis of paleoclimate data, chemical/organic proxy methods, records of past climates and (deep)biosphere changes. The ideal candidate should have a strong background in geology, and participation in international programs such as ICDP/IODP would be an advantage. **INFORMATION** Appointment will be at the Assistant Professor level (tenure track). Contract length: 6 years. Tenure and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor expected after 5-6 years, leading to further 4 year contract, renewable. Activity rate: 100 % Workplace: University of Geneva (Department of Earth Sciences) Duties include teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate level (limnogeology, paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, sedimentology), including field courses (geology, field data acquisition). Moreover, the successful candidate will supervise masters’ and doctoral theses, will have to fulfil management and organizational duties within the institution. **REQUIREMENTS:** PhD degree or equivalent. Candidates must demonstrate a capacity and potential to undertake high quality research, to obtain competitive research funding, and to publish in peer- reviewed top international research journals. A demonstrated potential for teaching and for supervising master and doctoral theses is required. A good command of both French and English language is preferable. If French is not the native language, teaching ability in French has to be acquired within two years of the appointment. Applications should include: * Cover letter * Detailed CV together with a list of publications * Copy of highest degrees/diploma * Research and teaching statements * List of referees who can later be contacted directly by the search committee. Recommendation letters are not requested for now. Applications should be submitted **exclusively** on-line by clicking on the following box : Apply now before August 31rst, 2021 (23:59 Geneva time). APPLICATIONS SENT BY EMAIL SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Complementary information may be obtained at the following e-mail address : [scienceopenings@unige.ch](mailto:scienceopenings@unige.ch). **EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:** _To promote an equitable representation of men and women among its staff,_ _the Department of Earth Sciences_ _encourage applications from women and_ _aims at_ _short-listing_ _at least 50% female applicants._ _The Call_ _will remain open until this objective_ _is_ _fulfilled._ The University’s strategy regarding equal opportunity, specifically with respect to the recruitment of professors, is described in the university’s action plan for equality 2017-2020, in particular chapter 3.3.2. Candidates are expressly invited to consult this document here: Geosciences Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 Switzerland website
293 Link 5 Marie Curie European Industrial Doctorate PhD fellowships for Early Stage Researchers EID Project COMPETE Applications are welcome for an opening of 5 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) to carry out PhD theses as part of the Marie Slodowska-Curie European Industrial Doctorate (EID) “COMPETE” (COMPutationally empowered Electromagnetic industrial TalEnts), leveraging on a partnership between the Politecnico di Torino (Italy) and Thales DMS France (Defence Mission Systems). We offer 5 full-time Marie Curie scholarships for a period of 36 months with high perspectives in both academic and industrial areas. ## The Marie Curie project COMPETE: This project is meant to be a highly innovative and multi-sectorial research and training program, which will nurture a new generation of electromagnetic modelers, designers and innovators in the field of the advanced electromagnetics industry. COMPETE will prepare them to the present-challenges of the field by providing a solid theoretical knowledge in Computational Electromagnetics (CEM), together with a competitive and on-the-field training in computationally empowered industrial processes. In particular, the R&T programme will focus on innovative strategies in industrial modelling to produce: * new paradigms in moderate, low, and extremely low-frequency modelling for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) industrial applications * complementary techniques to handle moderate, high, and extremely high-frequency modelling for large scale scattering and industrial design * new approaches to time and frequency domain modelling of impedance surface for radiation and scattering of impedance boundary condition (IBC) industrial devices These efforts will address the three main needs and challenges in industrial modelling in advanced electromagnetics: multi-frequency problems, multiscale simulations and complex boundary scenarios. ### List of available PhD / ESR positions ESR 1 **New paradigms in moderate, low, and extremely low-frequency modelling for impacting industrial applications.** Objectives: Several application scenarios of high industrial impact, including the modelling and design of high-speed circuitry and moderate to low frequency devices is fundamentally important challenge in advanced electromagnetics industry. In fact, if the frequency of operation in these scenarios is too high to leverage on quasi-static solvers, it is still low enough for breaking the majority of available simulation packages. The problem becomes even more challenging in the presence of spatially multiscale geometries where regions of very fine details cohabit with large surfaces and reflectors. In this scenario eddy current formulations are very popular although often limited in applicability both as pertains physics and frequency band. This individual project will tackle this problem by proposing a new family of low-frequency solvers which will be able to continuously enable predictions from extremely low frequency scenarios till the middle frequency range. Expected Results: 1) An innovative framework for the assessment of electromagnetic compatibility and interference phenomena within both spatial and frequency multi-scale environments which will be faster, more reliable and robust than the currently available ones. 2) The new modelling environments will provide a novel way of handling multiscale elements and several cycles in geometries, resulting in a substantially larger impact of modelling and simulation strategies in industrially relevant scenarios. 3) The new technology will be interfaced with the other modelling related technologies developed in the ITN-EID network. ESR 2 **New paradigms in moderate, high, and extremely high-frequency modelling for large scale scattering and industrial design** Objectives: This individual project will address the modelling in the moderate to high frequency regime for extremely multiscale scenarios including platforms and circuitry installed in several wavelengths’ long structures. The project will investigate both forward and inverse approaches impacting a variety of applications of high industrial interest. This is an ambitious project that will combine the standard benefits of other integral formulations to the possibility of being fully compatible with multiscale regularizers such as hierarchical or high frequency multiplicative regularization schemes. Expected Results: 1) An innovative high frequency modelling intrinsically suited for multiscale industrial needs and study settings 2) An accelerated platform which will speed up both the technology in 1) and the schemes obtained within the ITN-EID network. 3) Benchmarking and application on cutting edge industrial scenarios of high impact. ESR 3 **New paradigms in modelling of impedance and meta-surfaces for radiation and scattering for next generation industrial application** Objectives: Impedance surface condition are an extremely effective tool to model and predict the behavior of devices involving electromagnetic metamaterial, impedance and shielding surfaces as well as cloaking structures. Impedance boundary conditions are often at the center of industrial simulators used in the design and prototyping of multiscale antenna systems mounted on ships or aircrafts as well as their surrounding and reflecting elements. Standard methods present several drawbacks in modelling stability, frequency conditioning, and precision, together with the often ill-posed behavior resulting in long and unstable simulations that are seldom acceptable in a high-level industrial setting. In this project we will investigate a new strategy to model impedance surfaces and associated devices. This project will attain very ambitious targets including new frameworks and extended IBC conditions and advanced metasurfaces synthesis strategies. The work will start with an investigation of new end extended IBCs for the new generation of advanced materials and surfaces of industrial interest. Then it will investigate advanced regularizations and computational speed ups, this will ensure substantial impact of any associated industrial design process. A final phase will include a collaborative hybridization with the other research axes of the ITN-EID network. Expected Results: 1) A new approach to the modelling of IBC surfaces which will be faster and more reliable than currently available approaches 2) An hybrid design platform including optimization within and outside the impedance conditions with unequalled rates of convergence and robustness from the point of view of industrial processes. 3) At least Two papers submitted to the leading journals in the field of antenna, scattering and computational physics. ESR 4 **Advancement of state of the art of optimization, sensibility, and uncertainty quantification empowered by innovative computational techniques of industrial relevance** Objectives: EM sources, large scattering surfaces, small circuitry elements as well as well shapes affect variably the overall final result of an industrial design process and, at the same time are affected by uncertainties and variabilities, It is therefore fundamental to assess on one the one hand the impact of variable material, products, and sub-devices variability on the final figures of merits, this to properly tune the investments in the limitation of such variability. On the other hand the overall results need to be computed within safety thresholds which must be estimated with the highest precision possible by the current modelling and design technology. Although the state of the art in this field has achieved several remarkable results in these areas, the level of complexity of the assessments is limited firstly by forward complexity and secondly by the large dimensionality of the relevant degrees of freedom. This individual project will tackle this challenge by investigating an accelerated procedure to obtain forward points of assessment to be used to compute unequally complex sensitivity figure of merit functions. The same framework will be then extended to obtain multi-parameter transfer functions that will lead to uncertainty quantification paradigms which will run several orders of magnitude faster than those available today. The objectives of this individual project will include 1) Investigate multivariate methods applicable to the computational methods investigated in the network. Develop new approaches for baseline optimization and compression based on multidimensional data structures. 2) Investigate advanced models and variabilities from the relevant degrees of freedom for relevant application scenarios within uncertainty quantification frameworks. 3) Hybridizations other technologies within the ITN-EID network. Expected Results: 1) An innovative framework for the propagation error in the forward (uncertainties) and backward (sensitivity) directions in several scenarios of industrial interest. 2) An innovative framework to perform the sensitivity analysis for dependent structure 3) Implement these approaches hybridized with the other contributions of the network. ESR 5 **New paradigms in computationally empowered machine learning for industrial EM design and assessments** Objectives: The design of electromagnetic structures – sensors, filters, frequency-selective surfaces, metamaterials – is a critical industrial issue, especially when they have to meet specifications that are apparently contradictory. The behaviour of such structures is usually difficult to comprehend: the complex design (e.g. closed-vicinity dielectric surfaces, both standard and impedance ones, of various shapes, electrical impacts, cavities) lead to possibly resonant responses. On the one hand, reverse modelling techniques are consequently intensively exploited to efficiently design such structures. On the other side, the validation of simulation models needs to be performed, considering reverse image extraction procedures on several types of canonical and real case scenarios. Standard design strategies have been leveraging optimizers and pre-run time design schemes. The results of these approaches can be satisfactory in several situations, but it often fails in the most complicate scenarios. The approach explored by this individual project will be different and based on a dynamic design and optimization framework leveraging statistical and deep learning paradigms. This will be obtained by proper modification of the EM formulations at the analytic level, followed by a suited algorithmic matching and discretization. This paradigm will be oriented and benchmarked on the design of several relevant application scenarios of key industrial interest. Expected Results: 1) Innovative imaging systems for EM imaging and other bio- applications 2) Innovative solutions for calibration and associated compensation techniques on multi-sensors imaging systems 3) Experiments and data collection for the Computational Science & Engineering Community. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T17:00:00+02:00 Italy e-mail
294 Link Ph.D. Position - Silicon Detector Development in Particle Physics **Work group:** ATLAS **Area of research:** PHD Thesis **Starting date:** 01.02.2021 **Job description:** DESY Within the Helmholtz Innovation Pool project Tangerine (Towards Next Generation Silicon Detectors), DESY offers a Ph.D position focused on the investigation of a 65 nm CMOS imaging technology to develop the next generation of pixel sensors. The successful candidate will be part of a dynamic team pushing silicon detectors to the next level. The Ph.D. project will cover the full life cycle of detector development, from Monte Carlo and TCAD simulation over sensor design studies to characterization studies of the first prototype generation. LgJobOffer.tasks.headline * Monte Carlo and TCAD simulations of silicon detectors * Laboratory characterization of prototypes * Test beam integration and measurements LgJobOffer.profile.headline * Master in physics with excellent grades * Deep interest in detectors for particle physics, especially in silicon detector technology * Good English language skills * Very good teamwork, communication and presentation skills * Experience in simulation and detector characterization are welcome Look forward to a unique working environment on our international research campus. We attach particular importance to appreciative cooperation and the well-being of our DESY employees. Gender equality is an important aspect for us. To support work life balance we offer flexible working hours, variable part-time and job-sharing. You will benefit from our family-friendly and collegial atmosphere, our established health management and occupational pension provision. As a public employer, we offer you a secure workplace and facilitate your individual career with our comprehensive training and development opportunities. Remuneration is in according to the regulations of the TV AVH. LgJobOffer.contact.helmholtzxml This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Physics Other 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
295 Link Postdoc in optical interfaces to electrically-controlled spin qubits **Work group:** PGI-9 - Halbleiter-Nanoelektronik **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Job description:** High fidelity quantum state transfer between photons and scalable spin qubits is desirable for flexible quantum networks. Cluster quantum computing and quantum communication are examples of such networks.In an effort to realize spin-photon quantum state transfer, we are seeking to recruit a postdoctoral research scientist to develop optical interface devices for electrically- controlled singlet-triplet qubits. A singlet-triplet qubit can be defined in a double quantum dot that has been generated in a two-dimensional electron system in a GaAs/AlGaAs heterostructure using electrostatic gates. Research in scaling such qubits into multi-qubit processors is currently under way. Quantum state transfer from photon to spin is to be mediated by excitons localized on self-assembled quantum dots. Various algorithms for quantum state transfer from excitons to electrons in singlet-triplet qubits are being considered. This project is a collaboration between the Quantum Technologies Group in RWTH Aachen University and the Semiconductor Nanoelectronics in the Peter-Grünberg Institute in Forschungszentrum Jülich. It is part of a larger effort within the framework of the quantum computing program in Forschungszentrum Jülich and the Cluster of Excellence ML4Q. **Your Job:** Applications are invited from individuals who are interested in contributing to the development of optical interface devices and algorithms for quantum state transfer between photons and singlet-triplet qubits. The selected candidate is expected to focus their research on one or more of the following areas: * Characterization of the performance of singlet-triplet qubits, with epitaxial quantum dots serving as photon qubit receivers in their proximity * Characterization of spin-photon conversion in epitaxial quantum dots coupled to electrons in the singlet-triplet qubits * Control of spin transfer between quantum dots * Design and execution of protocols for device operation * Design of devices and their fabrication **Your Profile:** * A Ph.D. (Master) in physics or engineering sciences, with focus on quantum technologies * Experience in electrical and/or optical characterization of devices * Experience in the design and execution of experiments **Our Offer:** We work on the very latest issues that impact our society and are offering you the chance to actively help in shaping the change! We support you in your work with: * Outstanding research and computing infrastructure of one of Europe`s largest research centres * Comprehensive training courses and individual opportunities for personal and professional further development * Extensive company health management * Ideal conditions for balancing work and private life, as well as a family-friendly corporate policy * 30 days of annual leave * Full-time position with the option of slightly reduced working hours The position is initially for a fixed term of 2 years, with possible long-term prospects. Salary and social benefits in conformity with the provisions of the Collective Agreement for the Civil Service (TVöD). Depending on the applicant`s qualifications and the precise nature of the tasks, salary grade EG 13 TVöD-Bund.Forschungszentrum Jülich promotes equal opportunities and diversity in its employment relations.We also welcome applications from disabled persons. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. All Other 2021-10-26T17:07:05+02:00 Germany e-mail
296 Link PhD student - Belle II **Work group:** BELLE **Area of research:** PHD Thesis **Starting date:** 06.01.2021 **Job description:** DESY The particle physics program of DESY includes strong contributions to the Belle II experiment at KEK in Japan that started its physics run in early 2019. The experimental program is enhanced by collaboration with a strong local theory group. The DESY Belle II group is involved in data analyses focusing on B- and tau-physics as well as Dark Matter searches. In addition, the group is involved in the commissioning of the Belle II pixel vertex detector, and software development for the tracking detectors and the electromagnetic calorimeter. LgJobOffer.tasks.headline * Analysis of Belle II data with focus on B decays, in particular measurement of the CKM matrix element Vub * Contributions to the commissioning and operation of the new Belle II Pixel detector LgJobOffer.profile.headline * Diploma/Masters in Physics with excellent grades * lnterest in particle physics experiments * Good teamwork and communications skills * Good English language skills * Ability and eligibility to travel to Japan Look forward to a unique working environment on our international research campus. We attach particular importance to appreciative cooperation and the well-being of our DESY employees. Gender equality is an important aspect for us. To support work life balance we offer flexible working hours, variable part-time and job-sharing. You will benefit from our family-friendly and collegial atmosphere, our established health management and occupational pension provision. As a public employer, we offer you a secure workplace and facilitate your individual career with our comprehensive training and development opportunities. Remuneration is in according to the regulations of the TV AVH. LgJobOffer.contact.helmholtzxml This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Physics Other 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
297 Link DESY-Fellowships Photon Science **Work group:** FSR **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Starting date:** 13.01.2021 **Job description:** DESY The brillant synchroton source PETRA III as well as the intense free-electron laser FLASH and our inhouse research groups at DESY CFEL offer a broad range of research opportunities, ranging from life science to the study of fundamental physical processes in various areas. DESY offers several career opportunities also in the enabling technologies like detector or laser physics and development. LgJobOffer.tasks.headline * Condensed matter physics * Atoms, Molecules and Optics * Laser physics * Detector development * Structural Chemistry * Structural Biology LgJobOffer.profile.headline * Ph.D. completed within the last 5 years after your doctorate * Experience in experimental or theoretical science in one of the areas of the DESY photon science division Look forward to a unique working environment on our international research campus. We attach particular importance to appreciative cooperation and the well-being of our DESY employees. Gender equality is an important aspect for us. To support work life balance we offer flexible working hours, variable part-time and job-sharing. You will benefit from our family-friendly and collegial atmosphere, our established health management and occupational pension provision. As a public employer, we offer you a secure workplace and facilitate your individual career with our comprehensive training and development opportunities. Remuneration is in according to the regulations of the TV AVH. LgJobOffer.contact.helmholtzxml This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Physics Other 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
298 Link PhD-Position - Conception, Design and Development of Multi-FPGA Simulation Methods for Real-time Verification of Power Electronics enabled Energy Systems **Work group:** IEK-10 - Modellierung von Energiesystemen **Area of research:** PHD Thesis,IT - EDV **Job description:** At the Institute of Energy and Climate Research Energy Systems Engineering (IEK-10) we focus on the development of models and algorithms for simulation and optimization of decentralized, integrated energy systems. Such systems are characterized by high spatial and temporal variability of energy supply and demand as well as by a high degree of interdependence of material and energy flows. Research at IEK-10 aims to provide scalable and faster than real-time capable methods and tools which enable the energy-optimal, cost-efficient and safe design and operation of future energy systems. **Your Job:** * Analysis of the current state of the art in real-time simulation methods * Development of simulation methods for multi-FPGA platforms * Programming of a simulation solution that is able to execute on multi-FPGA platforms with execution time below 50ns * Development of test case and scenarios for the evaluation of the developed platform * Development of simulation interfaces between the developed simulator and commercial products * Validation of the simulation models on the basis of the energy infrastructures of the campus Forschungszentrum Jülich **Your Profile:** * M. Sc. degree in electrical/electronic engineering, computer or computational science or a related field with good final grade (German system equivalent 2.0 or better) * Strong mathematical and programming background * Knowledge of modelling, preferably of energy systems * Previous experience with FPGA programming (VHDL, Verilog) * Excellent knowledge and experience in programming (e.g. Python, Matlab, C, C++) * Excellent ability for cooperative collaboration * Very good communication skills in English **Our Offer:** We work on the very latest issues that impact our society and are offering you the chance to actively help in shaping the change! We offer ideal conditions for you to complete your doctoral degree: * Possibility of pursuing a PhD at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at RWTH Aachen University supervised by Prof. Benigni * A highly motivated research group in one of the biggest research centers in Europe * An excellent scientific and technical infrastructure: both necessary conditions for a successful PhD thesis at RWTH Aachen within three and a half years * Participation in project meetings and conferences * Strong support and mentoring for setting up a future career in science and/or the industry * A large research campus with green spaces, offering the best possible means for networking with colleagues and pursuing sports alongside work * A structured doctoral degree programme for you and your supervisors with a comprehensive further training and networking package on our doctoral researchers’ platform JuDocs [www.fz-juelich.de/judocs](https://www.fz-juelich.de/judocs) * Targeted services for international employees, e.g. through our International Advisory Service * Payment based on 75% of pay group 13 of the Collective Agreement for the Public Service (TVöD-Bund) and additionally 60 % of a monthly salary as special payment („Christmas bonus“). * 30 days of annual leave * Further information on doctoral degrees at Forschungszentrum Jülich including our other locations is available at: [www.fz-juelich.de/gp/Careers_Docs](http://www.fz-juelich.de/gp/Careers_Docs) Forschungszentrum Jülich promotes equal opportunities and diversity in its employment relations.We also welcome applications from disabled persons. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. All Other 2021-10-26T17:07:05+02:00 Germany e-mail
299 Link Postdoctoral candidates * You will perform research highly independently, still in collaboration with the faculty of COSIC * You will contribute to the scientific supervision of collaborative projects (both industrial and academic) * You will assist with the recruitment of Master and PhD students * You will assist faculty in the guidance of both Master and PhD students. Other Full-time 2021-08-31T23:59:59+02:00 Belgium website
300 Link Impact of new cancer therapies on cognitive functions Post-doctoral subject « Cognition and new cancer therapies » _Title_ Impact of new cancer therapies on cognitive functions _Scientific fields_ Clinical research, public health, neuropsychology, human and social sciences _Keywords_ Cancer, cognition, cognitive complaints, new generation of hormone therapies, immunotherapy, proton therapy, longitudinal studies, quality of life _Description of the project_ Diagnostic and therapeutic advances in the field of cancer have considerably increased the chances of survival and the lifespan of patients, even in metastatic situations. New modalities of radiotherapy as well as new generation hormone therapies, targeted therapies and immunotherapy treatments are currently being proposed. These treatments are often delivered over a long period of time with specific toxicity profiles. Among these side effects, cognitive difficulties, such as alterations in memory, attention, executive functions and speed of treatment, are frequently reported by patients and constitute a major issue in terms of quality of life. These symptoms have been well documented after chemotherapy (notion of "chemofog") and conventional radiotherapy (including panencephalic in the case of the central nervous system). Nevertheless, while some preliminary work suggests the impact of new cancer therapies on cognition, further studies are needed to better understand these side effects. The programme in which the post-doctoral fellow’s work is integrated aims to evaluate the impact of new cancer therapies, and more specifically new generation hormone therapies for metastatic prostate cancer, immunotherapies and new modalities of cerebral radiotherapy (stereotactic radiotherapy/proton therapy/hadron therapy, particularly for slow-growing brain tumours), on the cognitive functions of cancer patients - corresponding to ongoing studies: Cog-Pro studies for new generation hormone therapies, Cog-Immuno for immunotherapy treatments, Cancer-Cog/Cog-Proton for innovative radiotherapy. Thus, evaluating the impact of these new cancer therapeutic strategies on cognitive functions will notably enable us to identify populations of patients at risk and offer them appropriate solutions to improve their quality of life. _Host Research Laboratory_ Inserm U1086 Anticipe Centre François Baclesse Caen The Anticipe Unit (Inserm U1086), directed by Pr Guy LAUNOY, develops fundamental and applied research aimed at proposing strategies for the prevention or treatment of cancers that are best adapted to individuals and their environment. In daily interaction with the practitioners of the University Hospital and the François Baclesse Cancer Center, it brings together about a hundred people who develop research work structured in two areas: "Cancers and Prevention" and "Biology and Innovative Therapies for Ovarian Cancers". The "Cancers and Prevention" axis is divided into several themes, one of which (led by Prof. Florence JOLY) focuses in particular on "Quality of life and life after cancer" with a focus on the impact of cancer treatments on cognitive functions. This work is supported by the Cancer and Cognition platform (). This post-doctoral project will be part of the research programme of the platform. _Missions_ The candidate's assignments will include : \- The coordination of ongoing longitudinal studies (Cog-Pro and Cog-Immuno) on the impact of new cancer therapies on cognition, \- The collection of data from studies currently being finalised (Cog-Pro and Cog-Immuno studies), \- The scientific valorisation of the Cog-Pro and Cog-Immuno studies, \- Participation in the implementation and follow-up of the Cog-Proton study and the valorisation of the preliminary results at the end of the post- doctorate. This work will be carried out within the Inserm Anticipe 1086 Unit in link with the Cancer and Cognition platform, and will be done in close collaboration with the Clinical Research Department (DRCI) of the François Baclesse Center. _Candidate profile_ Validated scientific or medical studies and PhD in public health, epidemiology, clinical research, neuropsychology etc. Required skills : \- Team work \- Organization \- Dynamism \- Communication/contact with patients \- Scientific valorization (data management and analysis, critical analysis of literature, writing scientific articles, communications in conferences, etc.). \- Interest in public health research and clinical research \- Knowledge in oncology, neurosciences and quality of life will be appreciated _Financing and duration_ Applications for funding are underway (results expected by fall 2021). The duration of the post-doctoral fellowship will depend on the grant obtained (between 2 and 3 years). _How to apply_ * curriculum vitae * motivation letter * list of publications To be sent to : Marie Lange (neuropsychologist of the cancer and cognition platform) : [m.lange@baclesse.unicancer.fr](mailto:m.lange@baclesse.unicancer.fr) Laure Tron (project manager of the cancer and cognition platform) : [laure.tron@inserm.fr](mailto:laure.tron@inserm.fr) Psychological sciences Full-time 2021-10-31T01:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
301 Link Specialist Paediatrics Profile: General Paediatric care, sub-specialty would be an option but not mandatory. There are 3 colleagues. Salary is about €8000 gross per month but will be higher when you work independent or self-employed (between 150’000 – 250’000 euros per year). Our services • A position suitable to your needs and profile • A good and honest contract • Suitable housing for you and your family • Training in the Dutch language • Handling of the required documents that allow you to work and stay in Belgium • Opening a local bank account • Advice on tax issues and insurance • Handling of your registration as a medical doctor and/or specialist in Belgium • Objective information on living and working life in Belgium To apply: Please send your CV mentioning reference CF-35 at [info@phd- jobs.net](mailto:info@phd-jobs.net) Contact person: Vitaly Pryadka Tel.: +44 20 8144 2822 Web: [http://www.phd-jobs.net](http://www.phd-jobs.net/) Medical sciences Full-time 2021-11-05T00:00:00+01:00 Belgium e-mail
302 Link PhD position : Integrated experimental study of the impact of alteration on rock hydromechanical properties In collaboration with Ecole Normale supérieure (Prof J Fortin) Integrated experimental study of the impact of alteration on rock hydromechanical properties Fluid-rock interactions play a key part in the evolution of our environment. They notably influence karst development, rock weathering and thus continental erosion, as well as coastal cliff retreat caused by water infiltration… These processes depend on climate conditions and the assessment of the impact of climate change on vulnerable areas will require considering the corresponding thermo-hydromechanical and chemical couplings. Reactive transport modeling has undergone significant developments in the last two decades. However, we still lack a comprehensive understanding of the coupling with the deformations of the porous medium and of the impact on its hydromechanical properties. Integrating fluid-rock interactions in predictive large-scale models hence requires a better knowledge of the impact of reactive transport at the microstructure scale where the various processes occur. Most experimental studies focus on the evolution of porosity and permeability and few of them address the impact of flow conditions on mechanical properties (elastic moduli, acoustic velocities, failure strength). The objective of this PhD is to develop an integrated experimental approach to study the impact of reactive transport on the porous structure and the hydromechanical properties of rocks. Various carbonate rocks (by nature highly reactive) showing different microstructures will be considered. Fractured samples will also be tested to address the key part of fractures-matrix interactions. Once validated the defined approach can be applied to any rock formation subjected to various reactive flow conditions and used to constrain chemo-hydro-mechanical models. Geosciences Full-time 2021-11-30T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
303 Link PhD candidates The COSIC research group has several open PhD positions covering different aspects of cryptography and security, reporting to the different faculty members of COSIC. • PhD position in the field of computing on encrypted data • PhD position in the field of cryptography secured against physical attacks • PhD position on adversarial attacks on AI for cyber security • PhD position on lightweight MPC-friendly symmetric cryptography • PhD position on side-channel secure post-quantum cryptography • PhD position on circuits and technology for cryptography and security • For more specific open positions, please visit Other Full-time 2021-08-31T23:59:59+02:00 Belgium website
304 Link Postdoctoral Fellow (single cell transcriptomics in liver disease) ### We are looking for Postdoctoral researchers to work in the [Padmanabhan group ](http://igfl.ens-lyon.fr/equipes/k-padmanabhan-molecular-and- epigenetic-regulation-of-biological-clocks)at the Institute for Functional Genomics (IGFL) at ENS Lyon. **The position is for 1 year, renewable for the duration of the project (4 years).** The [Molecular regulation of biological rhythms laboratory](http://igfl.ens- lyon.fr/equipes/k-padmanabhan-molecular-and-epigenetic-regulation-of- biological-clocks) (headed by [Kiran Padmanabhan](https://www.linkedin.com/in/kiran-padmanabhan-4b3aa515/)) is hosted at the Institute Genomique Fonctionnelle de Lyon (IGFL). The IGFL is part of the Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, Lyon France and is located in Gerland campus. Projects in the team frequently combine traditional biochemistry and molecular biology techniques (CoIP, Mass-spec) with Illumina sequencing methods such as ChIP-Seq, RNA-Seq, and more recently Oxford Nanopore based transcriptomic analyses. Since 2018, we started collaborating with physicist-engineers at the [CEA,LETI ](https://www.linkedin.com/in/c%C3%A9dric-allier-3a77796/)in Grenoble on lens- free image based realtime analysis of cell behavior. In 2021, as part of a larger consortium led by the CEA, we have been funded by a Horizon2020 call on Biophotonics. The program is aimed at building a next-generation biophotonics device that merges real-time lens-free holographic imaging with omics data to generate data-rich images. This ambitious program ([project REVEAL](https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/101016726)) includes 5 research groups and 2 SMEs spread out over 4 EU countries. The research groups include physicists and engineers at the CEA Grenoble (Cedric Allier, project coordinator) and WUT Poland (Malgorzata Kujawinska), molecular biologists at LMU Munich (Maria Robles) and ENS Lyon (Kiran Padmanabhan) and clinicians at the Policlinico Milano (Luca Valenti). The SME's include Iprasense (France) and ALS (Germany). The primary aim of the postdoctoral researcher at the IGFL will be to characterize the cellular heterogeneity (and molecular underpinnings) that underlies the transition from metabolic liver disease to tumors. Primary or derived cell lines obtained from laboratory mouse models of metabolic liver disease as well lines derived from clinical liver biopsies sampled from patients with dysmetabolism and cancer ( from our collaborator in Milan) will be used by the candidate during the study. At the IGFL, biological samples (2D and 3D cultures and tissues) will be analyzed by the postdoc using transcriptomics (bulk, single-cell and spatial transcriptomic) and proteomics to characterize the populations of cells, to identify molecular pathways controlling their self-renewal capacities in 2D/3D culture conditions. Cells will be imaged in parallel in realtime using new lensfree devices. Integration of the Omics data (with collaborators at other sites) will be used to develop and eventually test an AI-based microscope that uses data-enriched images of biological samples for decision making and action (pick up for culture/bio-analysis/deeper imaging). Biological sciences Full-time 2021-12-31T22:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
305 Link Post-doc optics and photonics in biomedicine The Laboratory of Optics at Murcia University directed by Prof. Pablo Artal develops new optical technologies to be applied in the human eye. It is a world leader research group and pioneered different technologies based in advanced photonics in Ophthalmology. We are looking for recent PhDs with experience in experimental optics and photonics and motivated to transfer the ideas to real applications. Required qualifications and experience: \- PhD degree in optics, physics, electrical engineering or related topic. \- Previous work experience in experimental optics and photonics (experience in ophthalmic applications is not required) \- Previous experience in optical design and modeling will be an asset. \- Spanish language is NOT required. Job conditions: \- Salary will be within the University of Murcia maximum scale (full time), including social security and institutional benefits. \- Duration: Two years (with possible extensions). Information on the research activities of the Artal’s optics lab can be obtained through the web page: [http://lo.um.es](http://lo.um.es/); and on Murcia (Murcia is the Region capital city located in the south-est of Spain, 40 km from the Mediterranean Sea) from the University of Murcia web page: . The weather in Murcia is good year round and the area offers plenty of outdoor and cultural recreations opportunities. Interested candidates should submit the application electronically, including cover letter, CV, list of references, a summary of your PhD thesis and one motivation page stating your interest in the project to Prof. Pablo Artal (pablo@um.es). The search for adequate candidates will be open until the position is filled. Physics Full-time 2021-09-30T17:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
306 Link Doctoral researcher (PhD student) in financial market law - PRIDE The **University of Luxembourg** aspires to be one of Europe’s most highly regarded universities with a distinctly international and **interdisciplinary character**. It fosters the cross-fertilisation of **research** and **teaching** , is relevant to its country, is known worldwide for its research and teaching in targeted areas, and is establishing itself as an innovative model for contemporary European Higher Education. The University`s core asset is its well-connected world-class academic staff which will attract the most motivated, talented and creative students and young researchers who will learn to enjoy taking up challenges and develop into visionary thinkers able to shape society. The **Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance** offers three Bachelor programmes, four Master programmes of Management and Economics and six Masters of Laws (LL.M.), as well as several continuing education courses. It also includes the Doctoral School in Law and the Doctoral School in Economics and Finance. Around **2,500 students** from **90 different nationalities** are enrolled at the Faculty. Academic staff from 18 different nationalities teach at the Faculty, supported by practitioners from the field, visiting scholars and guest professors. Rooted in Luxembourg but with a **European and international outlook** , the Faculty counts three departments: * Department of Law * Department of Economics and Management * Department of Finance Teaching and research benefit from the proximity of the European institutions, Luxembourg’s leading international financial centre and its vibrant business community. Institutional and private sector partnerships, sponsored Chairs and a growing network of international partner universities make the FDEF a **vibrant academic hub at the heart of Europe**. The Doctoral Training Unit on Enforcement in Multi-level Regulatory Systems II (REMS-II) is opening **1** funded PhD position in **Financial Market Law**. For information on this training programme see the link below _[link](https://wwwen.uni.lu/research/fdef/dl/dtu_rems_ii)_ ##### Your Role * The doctoral candidate will conduct research under the guidance of **Pierre-Henri Conac (Max Planck Fellow and University of Luxembourg)** with the aim of studying towards a PhD in Financial Market Law and more specifically on the topic of centralised and/or decentralised approach to supervisory convergence and/or EU securities law enforcement * The doctoral candidate will publish research results and present them at conferences, workshops, etc. * S/he shall contribute to the teaching of classes, if a such position is available, ranging from one to three hours per week, of small group teachings and tutorials. * S/he shall support Pierre-Henri Conac in his research. ##### Your Profile * Master’s degree in Law with outstanding results; according to the academic grades already received, candidates must rank within the top 10 %. * Have the linguistic skills to evolve in a multilingual environment: fluency in either English or French, further language skills are an advantage. * .The successful candidate should demonstrate a great interest and curiosity for fundamental research and have a high potential to develop excellence in academic research. * Excellent communication and team working skills are required. **We Offer** * Fully-funded 4-year position. * An exciting international and multilingual research environment and the possibility to work within a research team focused on enforcement in multi-level regulatory systems. * Personal workspace (full-time contract requires the doctoral candidate to work at the University premises). * Travel opportunities for training and learning. * Acces to the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg Library. * The University offers highly competitive salaries based on the candidate's experience and is an equal opportunity employer. ##### In Short * Contract Type: Fixed Term Contract 36 Month - extendable up to 48 months if required * Work Hours: Full Time 40.0 Hours per Week * Location: Kirchberg * Employee and student student starus * Job Reference: UOL03209 ##### Further Information Applications should be submitted online and include: * Completed online application form; * A curriculum vitae; * Copies of university degrees (to the extent possible, please include university transcripts and official details of class rank); * Two letters of recommendation by professors familiar with the applicant's academic legal training commenting on the applicant's ability to conduct academic research; * Proof of language proficiency in English and / or French if those languages are not the mother tongue of the applicant. Early application is highly encouraged, as the applications will be processed upon reception. Please apply ONLINE formally through the HR system. Applications by email will not be considered. The University of Luxembourg embraces inclusion and diversity as key values. We are fully committed to removing any discriminatory barrier related to gender, and not only, in recruitment and career progression of our staff. ##### Here’s what awaits you at the University * **Multilingual and international character**. Modern institution with a personal atmosphere. Staff coming from 90 countries. Member of the “University of the Greater Region” (UniGR). * **A modern and dynamic university.** High-quality equipment. WiFi on campus. Close ties to the business world and to the Luxembourg labour market. A unique urban site with excellent infrastructure. * **A partner for society and industry**. Cooperation with European institutions, innovative companies, the Financial Centre and with numerous non-academic partners such as ministries, local governments, associations, NGOs … * [Find out more about the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/university/about_the_university) * [Addresses, maps & routes to the various sites of the University](https://wwwen.uni.lu/contact) Juridical sciences Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Luxembourg website
307 Link Identification and study of descriptors of boehmite paste kneading for innovative solids conception The control of alumina support textural properties is a very important task in the framework of innovative catalytic material manufacturing. Mass transport in the porous medium is strongly affected by the microstructure and could decrease the impregnation efficiency of the active phase and the resulting catalytic activity. Alumina support is constituted of elementary crystals (a few Å) formed during the precipitation step, that stick together to form aggregates (a few nm). These clusters can stick together to form agglomerates (from 100 nm to 1 μm average size).The resulting assembly constitutes the overall porous complex network which combines different spatial scales and leads to a wide distribution of pores diameter. Support manufacturing procedure consists in many unit operations starting form a colloidal suspension to a final shaped solid particle (scale: mm). Among them, kneading (or paste mixing) has a high impact on the final textural properties. One of the main issue is to control this process: coupling of physicochemical, rheological and hydrodynamic phenomena in the kneader makes it difficult to optimize the operating conditions, to scaleup the process or to change the technology. In order to go further than the empirical rules, the objective of this PhD’s work is to model the involved phenomena (aggregates cracking and agglomeration, rheological behavior, …) and to validate them thanks to dedicated experimentation and characterization (DRX, N2 and Hg porosimetry, MET, SAXS, DLS, rheology, …). Then, the resulting elementary bricks will be put together in a complex flow in order to simulate a kneader. A comparison between the coupled model and the experimental results obtained on the kneader will validate this multi-scale approach. This PhD’s work will contribute to a bigger goal: developing a kneader simulator. It will predict the textural properties of the catalytic support as a function of operating conditions and boehmite properties. This simulator will be used to find technological and operating innovation ideas and to develop new alumina catalytic support. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
308 Link PhD position - Use of Hardware Solutions for Modern Energy System Simulation and Control **Work group:** IEK-10 - Modellierung von Energiesystemen **Area of research:** PHD Thesis,IT - EDV **Job description:** At the Institute of Energy and Climate Research Energy Systems Engineering (IEK-10) we focus on the development of models and algorithms for simulation and optimization of decentralized, integrated energy systems. Such systems are characterized by high spatial and temporal variability of energy supply and demand as well as by a high degree of interdependency of material and energy flows. Our research at the IEK-10 aims to provide scalable and faster than real-time capable methods and tools which enable the energy-optimal, cost- efficient and safe design and operation of future energy systems. **Your Job:** * Analysis of the current state of the art in the simulation and control of energy systems with the aid of specialized computer hardware (e.g. based on FPGAs) * Definition of innovative methods for the simulation and control of multi-modal energy systems based on application-specific instruction-set processors * Development of test cases and scenarios for the evaluation of implemented methods * Validation of the approaches with benchmarks and real-world energy system models (data is, for instance, available from research projects such as Living Lab Energy Campus) * Evaluation of defined methods` performance using last generation computer hardware and Hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) approaches **Your Profile:** * M.Sc. in Computer / Electrical / Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or a comparable course of studies * Advanced knowledge of at least one of the following subject areas: logic synthesis (preferably application-specific instruction-set processors), hardware description, or computer network technologies as well as link layer protocols (preferably Aurora) * Advanced knowledge and experience in programming in at least two of the following languages: C, Assembler, SystemC, VHDL, Verlog, a high level synthesis (HLS) language * Excellent ability for cooperative collaboration * Very good communication skills in English * Preferably knowledge in implementing electrical circuits and measuring setups or in modeling and simulation of energy systems **Our Offer:** We work on the very latest issues that impact our society and are offering you the chance to actively help in shaping the change! We offer ideal conditions for you to complete your doctoral degree: * Possibility of pursuing a PhD awarded by the RWTH Aachen University and supervised by Prof. Benigni * A highly motivated research group in one of the biggest research centres in Europe * An excellent scientific and technical infrastructure: both necessary conditions for a successful PhD thesis at RWTH Aachen within 3,5 years * Participation in project meetings and conferences * Strong support and mentoring for setting up a future career in science and / or industry * A structured doctoral degree programme for you and your supervisors with a comprehensive further training and networking package on our doctoral researchers’ platform JuDocs [www.fz-juelich.de/judocs](https://www.fz-juelich.de/judocs) * Targeted services for international employees, e.g. through our International Advisory Service Pay in line with 75% of pay group 13 of the Collective Agreement for the Public Service (TVöD-Bund) and additionally 60 % of a monthly salary as special payment („Christmas bonus“). Further information on doctoral degrees at Forschungszentrum Jülich including our other locations is available at: [www.fz-juelich.de/gp/Careers_DocsForschungszentrum](http://www.fz- juelich.de/gp/Careers_DocsForschungszentrum) Jülich promotes equal opportunities and diversity in its employment relations.We also welcome applications from disabled persons. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. All Other 2021-10-26T17:07:05+02:00 Germany e-mail
309 Link Scientist/Postdoctoral fellow - Computational photon science **Work group:** FS-SC **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Starting date:** 26.02.2021 **Job description:** DESY The Center for Data and Computing in Natural Science (CDCS) is a new scientific institution formed as a partnership between DESY, the University of Hamburg, and the Technical University of Hamburg. CDCS is dedicated to the development and application of modern information technologies (data science, artificial intelligence, scientific computing) to scientific problems. Cross- disciplinary labs (CDL) integrate scientific groups in the natural sciences with core IT and mathematics specialties in a flexible structure. This position in CDL-2 focusses on applications in photon science. LgJobOffer.tasks.headline * Development of novel methods for time resolved structure determination from SFX data; or development of improved data processing for 3D X-ray fluorescence / absorption tomograpy reconstruction (depending on interest and skills) * Participation in experiments at synchrotron and X-ray free electron laser sources * Writing of academic publications and presentation of results at conferences * Networking with other CDLs and the ICU in CDCS, and with DESY computer science * Active participation in application for third party funding and project execution LgJobOffer.profile.headline * PhD in computer science, physics, applied mathematics, or related areas * Appropriate programming abilities in C++ and/or Python * Experience with high performance and parallel computing * Experience in collaborative software development * Ability to translate scientific problems into practical computing solutions * A good spoken and written command of English Look forward to a unique working environment on our international research campus. We attach particular importance to appreciative cooperation and the well-being of our DESY employees. Gender equality is an important aspect for us. To support work life balance we offer flexible working hours, variable part-time and job-sharing. You will benefit from our family-friendly and collegial atmosphere, our established health management and occupational pension provision. As a public employer, we offer you a secure workplace and facilitate your individual career with our comprehensive training and development opportunities. Remuneration is in according to the regulations of the TV AVH. LgJobOffer.contact.helmholtzxml This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Physics Other 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
310 Link PhD - Design of sustainable biocomposites Plastic waste has a hugely detrimental impact on the environment and there is mounting pressure on industry to replace traditional polluting petrochemical polymers with sustainably-sourced biopolymers. However, for many applications, sustainably-sourced polymers do not yet reach the performance of oil-derived polymers. The performance of polymers can be improved by the addition of filler particles to form a composite material. The fillers are usually coated with a coupling agent, to help disperse the filler and make the polymer easier to process. While the nature of the polymer-filler interface plays an important role in the overall composite properties, the interface properties are often overlooked, due to the fact that it is challenging to characterise the interface experimentally. Molecular simulations can provide valuable insight into the interface structure and dynamics and predict how the composite performance depends on the interface properties.This project aims to use molecular dynamics simulations to understand how the interaction between filler, coupling agent and polymer influence the composite properties. In addition to undertaking cutting edge research, students are also registered for the Postgraduate Certificate in Researcher Development (PGCert), which is a supplementary qualification that develops a student’s skills, networks and career prospects. Information about the host department can be found by visiting: [www.strath.ac.uk/engineering/chemicalprocessengineering](http://www.strath.ac.uk/engineering/chemicalprocessengineering) [www.strath.ac.uk/courses/research/chemicalprocessengineering/](http://www.strath.ac.uk/courses/research/chemicalprocessengineering/) Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 United Kingdom website
311 Link 15 PhD positions in Marie Sklodowska Curie ITN “Nanoparticle-based imaging and therapy of chronic pain in the dorsal root ganglia”(PIANO) **15 PhD Positions** are available within the EU-funded Marie Skłodowska Curie Innovative Training Network on **NANOPARTICLE-BASED IMAGING AND THERAPY OF CHRONIC PAIN IN THE DORSAL ROOT GANGLIA (PIANO)** **Project Description** Chronic pain is a debilitating disease that affects approximately 1.5 billion people worldwide, and of those approximately 4% suffer from neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain is often the result of nerve damage or a malfunctioning nervous system. It is described as a shooting or burning sensation that can come and then disappear, but it may also become chronic such that the pain becomes unrelenting and severe. Of equal note is the impact of chronic pain upon society as the costs related to disability allowance, treatment, lost wages and productivity impact the economy. Since current treatments for chronic pain are not entirely reliable, a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying chronic pain will provide new targets for analgesia. The PIANO Network aims to develop tools to identify and visualise mechanisms of nociception in the dorsal root ganglia (DRG), outside the central nervous system (CNS). The DRG contain the cell bodies of specialised neurones that detect harmful stimuli in the periphery of the body and transmit noxious signalling to the spinal cord in the CNS. We propose that local and targeted interventions at the level of the DRG will provide an opportunity to circumvent CNS-related side effects and optimise analgesic therapy. In models of neuropathic pain, we aim to identify the DRG involved in noxious signalling by visualising cells or molecules in the DRG which are directly or indirectly associated with the transmission of pain. We will use novel methodologies based on nanoparticles targeted delivery to pain-related cells and molecules in the DRG. A good number of studies have shown a significant infiltration of macrophages into relevant DRG under neuropathic pain conditions. PIANO’s nanoparticles will be specifically designed to target the macrophages in the DRG, encapsulating both therapeutic payloads and imaging contrast reagents to monitor pain-driven activities. **Project Objectives** To devise a state-of-the art approach for the visualisation of neuropathic pain/inflammation mechanisms in the DRG, and To deliver analgesic molecules with the aid of nanoparticles. **JOB OFFERS DETAILS** We will provide a structured 3-year cutting-edge PhD training programme in and beyond the fields of neuropathic pain and its biological basis, biomaterials, chemistry, nanoparticles and imaging. The earliest starting date will be March 2nd, 2021. The latest will be March 1st, 2022. We are looking for highly motivated and talented PhD students holding a Master's degree or Bachelor's degree (UK) in scientific fields like biology, chemistry or physics. Excellent command of spoken and written English, communication skills as well as team spirit are essential. We are offering a competitive, interdisciplinary environment with a track record of intense mutual collaboration. In addition to the individual training-through-research our programme includes further elements such as workshops, summer schools, internships and secondments to the partners’ laboratories. The following eligibility rules apply for participation in a Marie Skłodowska Curie Innovative Training Network: Applicants must be in the first 4 years after obtaining their Master´s degree and/or Bachelor’s degree and must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the host country for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the recruitment date. In addition, local regulations of the host countries may apply. The salary is based on standard living, mobility and family allowances which are adapted to the respective country of recruitment. **AVAILABLE POSITIONS** **ESR 1 - The preparation, characterisation and testing of different biomaterials** * **Host:** UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI CAMERINO (IT) * **Supervisor:** Piera Di Martino **Objectives:** to prepare and test different nanoparticle technology formats for imaging, accommodating payloads, and specific targeting of pain-associated cells or molecules in DRG. We aim to control the particle size and drug content by taking four independent processing parameters and two characteristics of the material into account. The interdependencies between processing, material parameters, and the subsequent nanoparticle characteristics will be optimised to allow efficient production of drug-loaded polymer nanoparticles. This level of understanding should rapidly assist the project to have protocols for the production of optimal PLGA nanoparticles in place. To apply for ESR1 position, please submit your application at ** **\- **deadline 28.06.2021** and send copy of the application to **[jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu](mailto:jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu)** **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE_ \- ESR 2 - Selection and production of the biomaterial format and then their functionalisation as nanoparticles ** * **Host:** ACADEMISCH ZIEKENHUIS LEIDEN (NL) * **Supervisor:** Luis Javier Cruz Ricondo **Objectives** : to optimise the surface chemistry of the anoparticles so that they may be both functionalised to target macrophages and visible for molecular in vivo imaging. After the nanoparticles were prepared, the efficacy of the targeting nanoparticles towards macrophages will be tested and we will measure several characteristics by means of in vitro studies, in order to validate their function, stability, and specificity towards our target. After the nanoparticles are characterised for size and surface potential, we will determine whether enough contrast agent is loaded into the nanoparticles by measuring the NIRF signal with the Odyssey Clx infrared imaging system. Subsequently, we will test the uptake of the nanoparticles by macrophages by measuring the NIRF signal. We will administer different concentrations of nanoparticle on RAW 264.7 mouse macrophages for this experiment and confirm intracellular localisation of our nanoparticles by using confocal microscopy. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR 3 - Hydrogel patches for pain relief drug delivery** * **Host:** POLYPURE AS (NO) * **Supervisor:** Erik Agner **Objectives** : to develop hydrogel patches, where the addition of PEG to the nanoparticle surface, i.e. PEGylation, has the impact/effect to make biomaterials more compliant for in vivo use. Also, we will look to making a PEG hydrogel patch, which is robust enough for therapeutic use but at the same time, being biodegradable when disposed of. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE_ \- ESR 4 - Neurosurgery and tissue co-culture maintenance of DRG and associated cells** * **Host:** ACADEMISCH ZIEKENHUIS LEIDEN (NL) * **Supervisor:** Luis Javier Cruz Ricondo **Objectives:** to isolate DRG neurons using a simplified protocol to facilitate rapid dissection of up to 40 individual DRG, complete within 20–30 min, followed by enzyme treatment or fixation. To support the project with provision of more tissues and cells, we will initiate DRG neurons to be used in creating an in vitro system. SCs, are important for their interactions with DRG neurons, where direct contact with DRG neurons provides additional stimuli sensed by specific membrane receptors, further improving the neuronal response. Furthermore, SCs release growth factors and proteins in the culture medium, which enhance neuron survival and stimulate growth and differentiation of neurites. However, SCs need a long time for proliferation, during which DRG neurons ultimately lose their function. The differentiation of ASCs into a SC- like phenotype provides a valid alternative to using SCs for the creation of an in vitro system, where we aim to initiate a SC-like ASC/DRG co-culture system. The present work will involve setting up of a protocol to harvest both DRG neurons and ASCs from adult rats. We will differentiate ASCs towards a SC phenotype and then combine the two cell types (DRG/ASC) in a direct co-culture system to investigate the interplay between neurons and SCs, which can then be used for downstream analyses, immunohistochemistry, and RNA profiling. **ESR 5 - Neuroregeneration and Neurotransplantation** * **Host:** UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI CAMERINO (IT) * **Supervisor:** Piera Di Martino **Objectives:** to develop genetic modification technology and tools (transgenic mice, knock-out mice, and replication-defective viral vectors) with the long-term goal to promote functional neuroregeneration of injured spinal cord tracts. Protocols will be developed where in vivo gene transfer technology is employed to modulate the response of neurons and glia cells to injury to provide new insights into the molecular and cellular mechanisms that promote and/or inhibit neuroregeneration. To apply for ESR5 position, please submit your application at ** **\- **deadline 28.06.2021** and send copy of the application to **[jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu](mailto:jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu)** **ESR 6 - GABAergic signalling in peripheral sensory ganglia and its role in pain processing** * **Host:** UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS (UK) * **Supervisor:** Nikita Gamper **Objectives:** It has been shown that cell bodies of sensory neurons, including nociceptors, express multiple receptors for classical neurotransmitters, such as nAChRs, 5-HT3, glutamate, and GABA receptors. However, there is no coherent theory for why these receptors are present in sensory neuron somata, what are (if any) the sources of neurotransmitters that activate these receptors, and what physiological role the activation of these receptors may play in sensory signalling. The task of ESR6 is to establish which types of DRG neurons release GABA and which are responding to GABA release. The host lab has recently established that a subpopulation of DRG neurons is GABAergic and that ganglionic GABA release is analgesic. Sensory ganglia contain a heterogeneous population of neurons responding to various painful and non-painful stimuli. The PNS can alter information sent to the brain via a fully functional local GABAergic transmission system within the DRG, which is still poorly understood. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR7 - The gating mechanism of TRPV2: a quest towards effective modulators** * **Host:** CHEM PRECISE (PT) * **Supervisor:** Filipa Cruz **Objectives:** to develop a structure-based design of a new generation of transient-receptor potential vanilloid 2 channel (TRPV2) modulators for cancer therapy. Our recent biochemical, molecular biology and cryo-EM data show that piperlongumine is a reversible and allosteric antagonist for the TRPV2 channels with exquisite selectivity over a panel of TRPs (unpublished). By making the most of our acquired expertise and by taking into account the emergence of TRP channels as drug targets in cancer, we will conduct molecular dynamics simulations for the full-length channel over a microsecond timescale. Performing analyses of the obtained trajectories for the apo TRPV2, and liganded complexes (structures unpublished) will provide critical insights into pore dynamics. The design of potent TRPV2 modulators will be informed by the observed molecular recognition patterns. As a result, a focused library of piperlongumine and cannabidiol-inspired small molecules will be synthesized and profiled for TRPV2 inhibition through methods established in our laboratory and in the laboratories of PIANO members. The best candidates will be assessed for anti-proliferative activities against a range of disease-cell lines and xenograft mouse models of disease. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR 8 - The chemical modulation of in vivo macrophage functions at DRG sites** * **Host:** THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH (UK) * **Supervisor:** Marc Vendrel **Objectives:** to utilise the novel chemical tools from the EDIN group to examine macrophage activity as well as to modulate their function in vivo. M1 and M2 macrophages have distinct chemokine and chemokine receptor profiles, with M1 secreting the Th1 cell attracting chemokines CXCL9 and CXCL10 and M2 secreting CCL17, CCL22, and CCL24. Recently, it has been demonstrated in vitro that macrophages are capable of complete repolarisation from M2 to M1, and can reverse their polarisation depending on the chemokine environment (Davis MJ et al. 2013). The change in polarisation is rapid and involves rewiring of signalling networks at both the transcriptional and translational levels. A prodrug-fluorophore conjugate has been described which can deliver fluorescent and therapeutic loads into target cells with enhanced selectivity and reduced side effects. This is also the first chemical entity described that can monitor and modulate the function of M1macrophages in vivo. The structure carries a BODIPY scaffold, which is used by many groups as a fluorescent probe due to its excellent photophysical and cell permeability properties. Different prodrug-BODIPY combinations will be synthesised where the acidic pH in phagosomes would accelerate the cleavage of the N-acylhydrazone group to activate both fluorescent and functional responses in M1 macrophages. The specific release of BODIPY activatable fluorophores and cytotoxic drugs into M1 macrophages will be used to block the pro-inflammatory macrophage phenotype by means of ablation. The prodrug-BODIPY conjugates only target M1 macrophages with negligible effects on other macrophage subpopulations. The fluorescent BODIPY moiety will be used to visualise phagosomal acidification in macrophages in real time. A fluorescence analysis will be performed of M1 macrophages and the efficiency of cellular uptake of the conjugate and its intracellular activation upon phagosomal acidification. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR 9 - The transient receptor potential (TRP) ion channel family as a key molecular and functional landmark for pain transduction in subsets of somatosensory neurons** * **Host:** UNIVERSIDAD MIGUEL HERNANDEZ DE ELCHE (ES) * **Supervisor** : Antonio Ferrer-Montiel **Objectives:** The aim of this PhD project is to understand the role of thermoTRP channels in nociceptor sensitization by chemotherapeutic drugs giving rise to chemioteraphy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) and to use this information to validate therapeutic targets and discover candidate molecules for drug development. The successful applicant will use an in vitro model of CIPN to characterized the effect of the drugs in the electrogenesis of different subsets of sensory neurons and to develop therapeutic and/or bioimaging tools. **Hosting Institution:** The Institute of Research, Development and Innovation on Healthcare Biotechnology of Elche (IDiBE) is located at the UMH campus. The mission and vision of IDiBE is to exploit a multidisciplinary program of translational science in the field of healthcare biotechnology with the commitment of transforming the generated basic knowledge into products and services for the benefit of society. The ultimate goal is to go "from the bench to the bedside" increasing the wealth by delivering the much-needed solutions to our society. **Sensory Neurobiology group:** The sensory neurobiology group has more than 20 years research experience in the field of nociception and pain signaling, along with the validation and development of drug candidates. They are skilled in molecular and cellular biology, electrophysiology, imaging, in silico modelling and screening, molecular pharmacology and ion channels biophysics. The group has co-authored 140 papers and participated in more than 30 patent applications. Currently, the group has 3 compounds in phase II clinical and on in pre-clinical regulated studies. In addition, the group members have founded 4 spin-off/start-up companies. Planned secondments: To UPO for 3 months (m13-15) to learn about medicinal chemistry and to POLY for 3 months (m26-28) to learn about biomaterial design. **Specific Requirements:** * MSc in Biotechnology, Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmacy, Physics, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or equivalent * Experience on molecular and cell biology techniques * Expertise on cell culture techniques * Desiderable expertise or knowledge in some of the following: experience in electrophysiology, calcium microfluorography, HTS screening and microfluidic technology **_For ESR9 position, send all the documentation by email to[aferrer@umh.es](mailto:aferrer@umh.es) and [jobs@piano- diagnostic.eu](mailto:jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu)_** **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR 10 - The synthesis of inhibitors that selectively target sodium ion channel subtypes** * **Host:** UNIVERSITA’ DEGLI STUDI DEL PIEMONTE ORIENTALE AMEDEO AVOGADRO (IT) * **Supervisor:** Tracey Pirali **Objectives:** to provide training in organic and medicinal chemistry for the design and synthesis of selective sodium ion channel blockers. Ion channels remain an undeniably valuable target but past attempts to expand the number of validated ion channel drug targets and create new drugs against these targets have mainly been disappointing. Many discovery efforts were stopped when molecules proved insufficiently selective for their intended targets and wound up causing severe side-effects in patients during early stage clinical trials. Historically, part of the problem has been because ion channels exist in different conformational states and designing appropriate platforms to support small molecule drug discovery has demanded a great deal of expertise. The recent efforts to identify selective sodium channel blockers were boosted by the discovery of subtype-selective sodium channel blockers, such as Nav1.3 and Nav1.72. Multicomponent reactions will be performed to synthesise compounds against these new targets. **ESR 11 - Development of MRI accessories for imaging and the physiological monitoring of pain** * **Host:** MEDRES-MEDICAL RESEARCH GMBH (NL) * **Supervisor:** Stefan Wecker **Objectives:** to produce MRI accessories to fit onto large company MRI instruments, e.g. Bruker and Siemens, for imaging and the physiological monitoring of pain. Firstly, this would include the task to custom design RF antennae (coils) for preclinical MRI experiments, made for all magnetic field strengths for animal imaging and in accordance with user specifications. Secondly, advances in MRI technology and analysis are revolutionising the way neuroinflammatory data may be interpreted during MRI studies. An advanced neurological analysis suite designed for optimal workflow and giving the output as single 2D and 3D displays, including combining anatomical images and results, such as DTI or perfusion colour maps, fibre tracks, and fMRI activations, will be provided. Thirdly, monopolar and bipolar probes, electrodes and stimulus-dissection instrumentation are to be provided for use with the MED neurophysiological monitoring system. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR 12 - Upconversion nanoparticles – a versatile solution to in vivo biological imaging of pain** * **Host:** PERCUROS BV (NL) * **Supervisor:** Alan Chan **Objectives:** to take UCNPs to beyond state-of-the-art by combining the advantages of upconversion luminescence and MRI to offer more imaging information for diagnosis and with much less toxicity. The integration of two molecular imaging techniques in such a structure will be utilised to imaging macrophage activity/inflammation. UCNPs doped with paramagnetic Gd3+ ions have attracted much attention as promising molecular imaging contrast agents because of the potential to reduce toxicity and enhance MRI performance. In MRI angiography and atherosclerotic plaque imaging, UCNPs containing Gd3+ have been studied where ultra-small NaGdF4 nanoparticles have proven more efficient than some commercial MRI contrast agents. Furthermore, they were shown to be rapidly excreted by the kidney (Xing et al., 2014). In another study, a chelating molecule [diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (DTPA)] was used to functionalise the surface of UCNPs with the aim of capturing potentially released Gd3+ ions, thus avoiding toxic effects in vivo (Xing et al., 2014). The size and morphology, fluorescence property, and colloidal stability of the UCNPs will be characterised by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and DLS. The biocompatibility and biodistribution of the UCNPs will also be investigated. **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE_ \- ESR 13 - The use of exosomal cargo to investigate sensory neuron to macrophage communication after nerve trauma** * **Host:** KING'S COLLEGE LONDON (UK) * **Supervisor:** Marzia Malcangio **Objectives:** We will test the hypothesis that the delivery of exosomes containing miR21 antagomir results in anti-nociceptive effects in models of neuropathic pain. Recently, we reported a novel function of DRG neuron cell bodies, which were observed to release extracellular vesicles, including exosomes and miRNA upon activation/when active. Therefore, vesicles will be prepared, which will not cross the blood brain barrier, and they will be administered systemically at the time of nerve injury and 2 weeks after injury for prophylactic and therapeutic treatment, respectively. Mice will undergo pain behavioural tests and, at selected time points, the DRG will be examined immunohistochemically for markers of neuronal activation (p-ERK, CGRP). Macrophages will be isolated to determine their phenotype by flow cytometry analysis. **Expected results:** We expect to reduce neuropathic hypersensitivity of sensory neurons after nerve injury with an associated elevation of the M2 over the M1 phenotype after exosome delivery of miR21 antagomir. **Planned secondments** : To University Camerino (IT) and Medres Medical Research (NL). To apply for ESR13 position, please submit your application at _ _and send copy of the application to **[jobs@piano- diagnostic.eu](mailto:jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu)** **_NOT AVAILABLE ANYMORE-_ ESR 14 - Biomaterial based modulation of macrophage polarisation to induce anti-nociceptive effects during neuropathic pain** * **Host:** PERCUROS BV (NL) * **Supervisor:** Alan Chan **Objectives** : to assess the impact of different biomaterials and their surface chemistries on macrophage polarisation. It has recently been recognised that macrophages, besides being known for their phagocytic capabilities and immune defence, are also able to switch from a pro- inflammatory (M1) state into an anti-inflammatory (M2) phenotype. We will begin by analysing key cytokine/chemokine markers of macrophage polarisation and then test different nanomaterials for their ability to inducing the M2 phenotype from the M1 phenotype. The consequent cues that result from events related to biomaterial implantation, including pain relief, will be studied. **ESR 15 - Reversal of oxidative DNA damage by nanoparticle-based stimulation of DNA repair pathways to induce anti-nociceptive effects in models of neuropathic pain** * **Host:** THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH (UK) * **Supervisor:** Marc Vendrel **Objectives:** to look at specific inflammatory mediators and their impact on ROS and RNS to alter the excitability of sensory neurons during inflammation in animal models of chronic neuropathic pain. One important consequence of ROS/RNS production in sensory neurons is oxidative DNA damage. The post- translational modifications of proteins that contribute to the For more specific information about the vacancies, you can click here: **** **If you want to apply for one of the position please read the basic eligibility criteria first and send your application to** **[jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu](mailto:jobs@piano-diagnostic.eu)** **providing all required information (incl. the ID of the position like "PIANO ESR ##" as reference).** Medical sciences Full-time 2022-03-01T17:00:00+01:00 United Kingdom e-mail
312 Link Industrial IoT Software Research Engineer (Leuven, Kortrijk or Lommel) **_You will build the next generation of Industrial IoT technology and guide the leading Flemish manufacturing companies towards Industry 4.0 innovations._** Production lines are becoming ever ‘smarter’. For example, machine configuration settings and operator instructions are automatically geared to one another using quality measurement systems, e.g. to reduce production downtime. Flanders Make builds prototype production systems of the future in which intelligent information systems and robots collect and interpret huge amounts of data. We demonstrate to companies the increasing opportunities offered by digitally interconnected work cells in which technology supports operators with self-learning systems and dynamic instructions. We are doing this more and more in our own Industrial IoT Infrastructure, which we are gradually expanding. ## **Job description** As an Industrial IoT Software Research Engineer, you will: * Collaborate in a research team with expertise in software development, modelling & simulation, algorithms, concept designs, system architectures, cloud & edge computing, big data architectures and digital twins; * Work on intelligent network systems to interconnect machines, robots, AGVs and operators in the production environment; * Use software to connect edge, cloud and industrial or experimental installations; * Ensure the connection of structured or unstructured data flows from subsystems to a planning system. More specifically, you will: * Create software prototypes that demonstrate the feasibility and value of smart manufacturing functions to manufacturing companies. For this, you will efficiently merge multiple state-of-the-art Industrial IoT technologies _(edge and cloud (PaaS/SaaS/IaaS) databases, ETL solutions, container technology, data analytics, protocols such as MQTT, OPC/UA, etc.)._ * Study new methods of connecting production systems to AI algorithms (within a cloud or edge environment); * Enable the connection between IT platforms MES (Manufacturing Execution System) / ERP / MOM / LIMS / PLM, etc. To this end, invent, develop, program and realize innovative extensions to MES systems and the associated software architectures. You also take into account data inflow from other relevant data sources (operator input, measurements, public data,…); * Incorporate your developments in practical applications and test the software on a functional demonstrator – prototype assembly cell; * Trace and present industrial challenges and new research opportunities within the scope of the Industrial IoT for production environments. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
313 Link Development & Valorization Manager for Motion Systems Test Facilities (Lommel or Leuven) **_You promote the development of new 'future-proof' machines or vehicles among manufacturing companies in Flanders. You further expand the possibilities of our test facilities for product validation._** Flanders Make offers manufacturing companies knowledge and infrastructure services for their technological innovations for product validation on their machines and vehicles. Test facilities in Leuven and Lommel include: * * _Test platforms for automatic (e-)vehicles (indoor, offroad & road vehicles);_ * _Testing of powertrains (multi + single) ;_ * _Performance tests on vehicles, including noise vibration harshness (nvh) & durability tests._ ## **Job description** As Development & Valorization Manager, you will bring the opportunities created by our test facilities and our research closer to the industrial reality of manufacturers. You actively search and discover new opportunities to meet the needs of manufacturing companies using the expertise and infrastructure of Flanders Make. Where necessary, you will ask for adjustments to the infrastructure. More specifically, you will: * Examine current and future industrial needs. To this end, you will build relationships with leading companies; * Acquire in-depth knowledge of our test and work infrastructure so as to be able to make it available to companies; * Draw up offers for B2B Testing and valorise these offers. This will be your no. 1 focus point. * Help to set-up new infrastructure projects; * You make excellent syntheses of the specifications of our current and future test infrastructure. * To this end, you work together with internal stakeholders at all levels. More [infrastructure](https://www.flandersmake.be/nl/testen-validatie/product- validatie "Testfaciliteiten productvalidatie"). Engineering Full-time 2021-09-02T00:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
314 Link Post-doctoral fellowship : Long-term follow-up and management after gynecological pelvic cancer Post-doctoral subject « Post-GYN» _Title_ Long-term follow-up and management after gynecological pelvic cancer _Scientific fields_ Clinical research, interventional research, public health, supportive care, human and social sciences _Keywords_ Gynecological pelvic cancers, quality of life, patients in remission, survivorship, long term cancer side effects, city-hospital network _Host Research Laboratory_ Inserm U1086 Anticipe Centre François Baclesse Caen The Anticipe Unit (Inserm U1086), directed by Pr Guy LAUNOY, develops fundamental and applied research aimed at proposing strategies for the prevention or treatment of cancers that are best adapted to individuals and their environment. In daily interaction with the practitioners of the University Hospital and the François Baclesse Cancer Center, it brings together about a hundred people who develop research work structured in two areas: "Cancers and Prevention" and "Biology and Innovative Therapies for Ovarian Cancers". The "Cancers and Prevention" axis is divided into several themes, one of which (led by Prof. Florence JOLY) focuses in particular on "Quality of life and life after cancer" with a focus on management solutions (supportive care) aimed at improving the long-term quality of life of patients treated for cancer. This post-doctoral project is an emerging and particularly innovative project in France that is part of the work in this theme. _Description of the project_ The improvement in the therapeutic management of women with gynecological pelvic cancer (ovary, endometrium, cervix) combined with the development of supportive oncology care allows patients to live longer and in better conditions. However, research has shown that patients treated for gynecologic pelvic cancer, in long remission, may suffer from side effects and late sequelae resulting from the cancer and its treatments in the more or less long term "post-cancer" period. These patients experience chronic fatigue, residual pain, persistent transit disorders, sexuality and menopausal disorders, lymphedema, etc., as well as other side effects. These side effects can considerably alter the quality of life, the return to social and/or professional activities, autonomy and/or self-confidence. These difficulties are not optimally managed after cancer treatment in hospital. They need to be better identified, followed up and managed by city professionals who will take over the follow-up in the post-cancer period. Our 'Post-GYN' research program aims, on the one hand, to better identify and understand these different difficulties according to the cancer pathology and, on the other hand, to propose an integrated post-cancer program for the identification and implementation of supportive care interventions (After-Gyneco study), evaluated by robust scientific methods and validated in clinical research. This will enable better coordination of caregivers' actions and improve the transition from hospital to community care (city medicine) in the post-cancer period. This program will provide the best possible care and improve the long- term quality of life for patients. _Missions_ The post-doctoral fellow will ensure the scientific coordination of the studies of the Post-GYN program, including the follow-up, the finalization and the scientific valorization of the ongoing studies as well as the search for funding, the implementation, the follow-up and the valorization of the After- Gynéco study. This work will be carried out within the Inserm Anticipe 1086 Unit (with the dedicated working group), and will be done in close collaboration with the Clinical Research Department (DRCI), the Department of Supportive Care (ATOSS) and the practitioners of the François Baclesse Center, the Caen University Hospital and city doctors (general practitioners, gynecologists, etc.). The program will also be conducted in link with national networks and intergroups (GINECO Unicancer group, network of rare ovarian tumors, etc.). _Candidate profile_ Validated scientific or medical studies and PhD in public health, epidemiology, clinical research, intervention research, etc. Required skills : \- Team work \- Organization \- Dynamism \- Scientific valorization (data management and analysis, critical analysis of literature, writing scientific articles, communications in conferences, etc.). \- Interest in public health research, clinical research, intervention research \- Knowledge in oncology and quality of life will be appreciated _Financing and duration_ Applications for funding are underway (results expected by fall 2021). The duration of the post-doctoral fellowship will depend on the grant obtained (between 2 and 3 years). _How to apply_ * curriculum vitae * motivation letter * list of publications To be sent to : Prof. Florence Joly : [f.joly@baclesse.unicancer.fr](mailto:f.joly@baclesse.unicancer.fr) Laure Tron (project manager) : [laure.tron@inserm.fr](mailto:laure.tron@inserm.fr) Other Full-time 2021-10-31T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
315 Link Data Analyst UPF-La Caixa - Full Time Researcher - Department of Economics and Business The Department of Economics and Business at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) is advertising a job opening for a full-time position as Data Analyst. The selected candidate will join a team of researchers from UPF, the Institute of Political Economy and Governance (IPEG), and CaixaBank Research to work on a large research project aimed at monitoring and studying the evolution of wage inequality in Spain using data from bank records and other sources. The position is financed by a grant from Fundación la Caixa (project ERACOVID19). **The position offers** : \- A competitive salary; \- The opportunity to work in a stimulating environment and join a multi- disciplinary research team; \- Exciting research challenges and a unique opportunity to study complex phenomena in quasi-real time with rich data; \- Excellent opportunities for career building both in academia and in the banking sector; \- Supervision and guidance throughout the duration of the contract. **Responsibilities** : \- Data processing: understanding the available information in multiple complex data sources, filtering it, shaping it into a suitable format for subsequent analysis; \- Data validation: performing detailed checks on the data, assessing and monitoring the data quality in an autonomous way, although under experts’ supervision and guidance; \- Interpretation of the results: visualizing the analysis output, extracting meaningful insights from the data, presenting findings to the rest of the team in a clear and precise way; \- Teamwork: cooperating with the rest of the team with a very proactive attitude, responding promptly to requests and petitions, contributing original ideas to the project. Economics Full-time 2021-09-15T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
316 Link Research engineer in signal processing and machine learning for motion capture data (W/M) Context: In the framework of a European Regional funded project, MOVCAP (Motion Capture on the Move), the University of Montpellier (LIRMM Laboratory) is recruiting a postdoctoral researcher who will play a leading role in the development and implementation of solutions that will contribute to the achievement of the scientific and technical project’s objectives. This project will potentially open promising outlooks in both academic and industrial fields. The partners and main tasks of the project are: LIRMM Laboratory: processing of the motion capture data. Gambi-M company: software development for the control of the drone. LGI2P Laboratory IMT Mines Alès: visual tracking. EuroMov Laboratory: data recording and validation. Main mission: The goal of the MOVCAP project is to develop a technical solution for capturing the kinematics of human movement, while the human target is moving (for instance a subject performing outdoor sport). This will be achieved by combining a lightweight motion capture (mocap) device with a flying drone. Thanks to a visual servoing scheme, the drone will follow the human performing physical activity and the mocap system will be used to record the 3D positions of active markers placed on the participant. The raw captured trajectories of the human will then have to be processed in order to reconstruct his/her movements through several techniques from signal processing and machine learning. The EuroMov laboratory, which is specialized in human movement science, will exploit the final results. Activities: Offline processing of the motion capture signals, reconstruction of the trajectories and data analysis. Mathematics Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
317 Link Model uncertainties in wake analysis at wind farm scale and aerodynamic loading at offshore wind turbine scale IFP Energies nouvelles offers a one-year post-doctoral position within the framework of the EU H2020-project HIPERWIND, in collaboration with DTU, EDF, UiB, DNVGL, ETH and EPRI. HIPERWIND project aims to develop methods to reduce the levelized cost of energy and to increase the market value factor of offshore wind power plants by reducing the uncertainties in a fully integrated modeling chain. An important step to achieve this goal is to quantify and understand the model uncertainties that are involved both in the wake analysis at the wind farm scale and in the aerodynamic loading at the wind turbine scale, for offshore metocean conditions. Two wind farms with fixed and floating wind turbines will be studied. At the wind farm scale, you will compare high-fidelity simulations (using a coupling between a Large Eddy Simulation framework and the Actuator Line Method within the Meso-NH open source solver simulation system) to widely used engineering tools based on analytical wake models. At the wind turbine scale, you will evaluate the uncertainty of aero-servo- hydro-elastic model using the well-known Blade Element Momentum approach, by comparing it to a Vortex–model-based approach with DeeplinesWindTM. To do so, you will have to define a design of experiment with the partners, learn about and use the different numerical models available at IFPEN, run simulations on supercomputers and analyze the results. The European partners will provide input environmental data and also simulations with other engineering and LES tools for comparison purposes. Research duties will include working in a multi-disciplinary and international environment, writing up reports, presenting your work at meetings, and managing your simulations and data. If you wish to, this work can be shared in a peer reviewed journal. Experience in modelling the atmospheric boundary layer flows and/or aerodynamic of wind turbines are essential. Programming knowledge in python, fortran90 or C++ and experience in aero-servo-hydro-elastic models would be appreciated. A background in high performance computing for computational fluid dynamics is requested. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-30T12:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
318 Link Understanding and modeling the internal short circuit in Li-ion batteries The electrochemical storage of electrical energy has become a global issue and a major challenge. Li-ion batteries are considered as the preferred solution to store energy on board of new generation electric and hybrid vehicles or manage renewable energy in stationary applications. Safe batteries systems still represent today the weakest link in the development of many energy or power demanding applications. This thesis aims to understand and model the phenomenon of thermal runaway lithium-ion batteries initiated by an internal short-circuit, taking into account the influence of technology and aging. It is based on previous IFPEN works that have developed a methodology to model the thermal runaway of fresh and aged Li-ion batteries at cell level. This thesis will extend the IFPEN models by integrating the reaction mechanism related to the internal short-circuit relying on an adapted experimental methodology, which should be able to trigger internal short-circuit in a controllable and repeatable manner. This thesis project offers an original approach combining experimental and modeling studies, where the experimental part will serve the phenomenological understanding and the extension of the model. In addition, abuse tests will be conducted to ensure the calibration and validation of the developed model. The direction of the thesis will be supervised by the LRCS, a French major laboratory in the field of electrochemical energy storage. Chemistry Full-time 2021-08-31T13:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
319 Link Lecturer in Psychology at UCAM ### **THE UNIVERSITY** **UCAM (Universidad Católica de Murcia)** is a private university located in Murcia, the capital city of the Southeastern region of Spain where Mediterranean weather joins the natural beauty of the beaches of Costa Cálida with the mountains and fields of the Huerta de Europa. The University has a special environment, both culturally and historically as its main campus is centered around the 18th century Jerónimos Monastery (National Monument) with more than 20,000 students and around 1,000 teaching staff. UCAM offers official European accredited undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD, summer and languages programmes. UCAM sports family has first class ambassadors in each kind of sport. Most of them participated in Olympic games and won Olympic medals or world championship prizes. How is UCAM different from other universities? Our teaching method is based on personalized attention with a reduced number of students per class, personal tutor assigned to each student and education on values. **THE ROLE** The role holder will be responsible for: * Delivery of the bachelor curriculum in Psychology (in English) with a particular focus on the following subjects: Psychology of Groups and Organisations, History of Psychology, Psychology of Personality. * Design and development of teaching materials. * Advise, direct, and mentor bachelor students. * Collaboration with faculty and staff to maintain a respectful and positive learning environment. ### Psychological sciences Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
320 Link Bioinformatician/Computational Biologist (ref. LAB/21/02) IRB Barcelona seeks a highly motivated Bioinformatician to join as soon as possible the Stem Cell and Cancer group (Dr. Salvador Aznar Benitah). The Stem Cell and Cancer group aims at understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the spatiotemporal regulation of adult stem cells in the healthy tissue, and how these are deregulated during ageing and cancer. We have a particular interest in understanding how tissues communicate during homeostasis and how cancer cells systemically alter distant tissue function to their own advantage. To do so, we combine high-throughput bulk, single cell, and spatial genomics and proteomic data with in vivo models. The successful candidate will be involved in the analysis of the data from different projects, but very importantly in contributing to the conceptual development of the project. This position will be financed by the proyecto "Impacto de nuestra dieta sobre el proceso de la metástasis tumoral" (PID2019-107583GB-I00 / AEI / 10.13039/501100011033). DUTIES * Analyze the data generates in the lab and actively participate in the conceptual development of the project from a computational perspective. * Integrate large sets of data to better understand the role of transcriptional, epigenetic, proteome and spatial mechanisms in regulating the function of adult and cancer stem cells (especially in metastasis). EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & SELECTION CRITERIA Must Have – Required * Experience: Degree and/or PhD in Bioinformatics, and extensive experience with bioinformatic analysis * Knowledge: * Strong background in ChIP-sequencing analysis, gene expression analysis (RNA-seq, single cell RNA-seq, and optimally in spatial RNA-seq) and integration of large data sets * Skills: * Fluent in English * Highly independent, motivated, ambitious, and collaborative person * Good organizational and communication skills Desirable * Experience: The candidate must have extensive experience in bulk RNA-seq, single cell RNA-seq, ChIP-seq and ATAC-seq. Experience in positional RNA-seq would be desirable but is not indispensable to apply to the position. WORKING CONDITIONS & ENTITLEMENTS * Working conditions: Employed in compliance with Spanish legislation and regulations under a full-time contract. Employees receive the benefits of the Spanish Social Security system covering sickness, maternity/paternity leaves and injuries at work. Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. * International Environment: The opportunity to join a prestigious international research institution and become a member of an established research group. To actively contribute to the projects and not simply provide basic analysis to the team. The applicant will be a very active member of the lab contributing very significantly to the development of our research. * Continuous training in a high-quality environment. HOW TO APPLY & SELECTION PROCESS Applications for the above opening should include a full CV (list of publications, techniques and contact details), motivation letter describing past and current projects (not more than 1.5 pages) and should apply on , reference: LAB/21/02. * Deadline for applications: 01/10/2021 If no suitable candidate is found, the deadline will be extended. * Number of positions available: 1 * Selection process * Pre-selection: Will be based on CV, motivation letter and experience. * Interviews: Short-listed candidates will be interviewed. * Job Offer: Will be sent to the successful candidate after the interview. Computer science Full-time 2021-10-01T21:00:00+02:00 Spain website
321 Link Several PhD Positions in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence You will work under the supervision of and be mentored by one of the professors of the Machine Learning group, that is, Profs. Hendrik Blockeel, Jesse Davis, Luc De Raedt, Tias Guns or Angelika Kimmig. You will be part of a dynamic team that performs cutting-edge research in artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science. You will play an active role in the research team, publish papers, take part in workshops, public events and other activities. Computer science Full-time 2021-09-01T23:59:59+02:00 Belgium website
322 Link 55183: Electrical Engineer or similar (f/m/x) - Aeronautical Safety Net Based on Non-cooperative Surveillance **Area of research:** PHD Thesis **Job description:** Today, airspace surveillance uses ground-based, non-cooperative radar as well as cooperative methods, like ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast) and TCAS (Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System). Non- cooperative radar requires an appropriate ground infrastructure. In oceanic and polar regions cooperative methods have to be applied, since no ground infrastructure is available. However, these become ineffective in case of onboard transponder malfunctions or under jamming conditions. Your research focus is on the development of non-cooperative surveillance concepts to enable detection of neighboring aircraft and, thus, increase situational awareness also in remote areas. Ubiquitously available “signals of opportunity” are utilized for detection which are independent of any ground infrastructure. Especially, the signals of navigation satellites are considered as “signals of opportunity”. Based on their reflections from neighboring aircraft, the position and velocity of these aircraft can be estimated. The low power of the reflected signals is a major challenge. Smart signal processing techniques in conjunction with methods of artificial intelligence are applied to guarantee successful detection of neighboring aircraft. We expect and highly encourage that you utilize your research work at DLR to pursue earning a PhD degree. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Technology Other 2021-09-02T02:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
323 Link PhD position - Development and application of high-performance models for the analysis of European energy systems **Work group:** IEK-10 - Modellierung von Energiesystemen **Area of research:** PHD Thesis **Job description:** At the Institute of Energy and Climate Research - Energy Systems Engineering (IEK-10 we focus on the development of models and algorithms for simulation and optimization of decentralized, integrated energy systems. Such systems are characterized by high spatial and temporal variability of energy supply and demand as well as by a high degree of interdependence of material and energy flows. Our research aims to provide scalable and faster than real-time capable methods and tools which enable the energy-optimal, cost efficient and safe design and operation of future energy systems. **Your Job:** * Modelling and analysis of the European energy markets * Modeling and analysis of Europeans power and gas grids * Development of energy scenarios * Development of a data basis and models for the erngy infrastructures of the European Electricity market * Development and programming af a simulation platform that is able to capture the interaction between markets and grids using HPC infrastructures * Development of integrated software tools for automated data analysis * Integration of web interfaces for user-friendly operation and application **Your Profile:** * Very well completed scientific university studies in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Energy economist * Strong mathematical background * Very good knowledge of European Energy Markets and their regulation * Interest in energy systems and energy infrastructures, especially regarding power and gas grids * Very good knowledge of modelling, preferably of energy systems * Excellent knowledge and experience in programming (e.g. Python, Matlab, C, C++) * Ability to accurate handle big data * Experience with HPC infrastructures are welcome * Excellent ability for cooperative collaboration * Very good communication skills in English **Our Offer:** We work on the very latest issues that impact our society and are offering you the chance to actively help in shaping the change! We offer ideal conditions for you to complete your doctoral degree: * Possibility of pursuing a PhD at RWTH Aachen University supervised by Prof. Benigni * A highly motivated research group in one of the biggest research centers in Europe * An excellent scientific and technical infrastructure: both necessary conditions for a successful PhD thesis at RWTH Aachen within three and a half years * Participation in project meetings and conferences * Strong support and mentoring for setting up a future career in science and / or the industry * Pay in line with 75% of pay group 13 of the Collective Agreement for the Public Service (TVöD-Bund) and additionally 60 % of a monthly salary as special payment („Christmas bonus“). * A structured doctoral degree programme for you and your supervisors with a comprehensive further training and networking package on our doctoral researchers’ platform JuDocs [www.fz-juelich.de/judocs](https://www.fz-juelich.de/judocs) * Targeted services for international employees, e.g. through our International Advisory Service Further information on doctoral degrees at Forschungszentrum Jülich including our other locations is available at: [www.fz- juelich.de/gp/Careers_DocsForschungszentrum](http://www.fz- juelich.de/gp/Careers_DocsForschungszentrum) Jülich promotes equal opportunities and diversity in its employment relations.We also welcome applications from disabled persons. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. All Other 2021-10-26T17:07:05+02:00 Germany e-mail
324 Link Research Associate/Software Developer Position: Deep Camera Research Group **Preferred Start Date:** May 2020 (or, as soon as possible thereafter) The **Research Centre on Interactive Media, Smart System and Emerging Technologies – RISE ([www.rise.org.cy](http://www.rise.org.cy)) **is a newly founded research centre of excellence in Nicosia, Cyprus. RISE is a significant investment supported by the European Commission, the Republic of Cyprus and its founding Partners, the Municipality of Nicosia, Max Planck, University College London, the University of Cyprus, the Cyprus University of Technology and the Open University of Cyprus. The Centre conducts excellent, internationally competitive scientific research in the areas of visual sciences, human factors and design, communication, and artificial intelligence delivered by high-calibre multidisciplinary research teams. RISE engages in knowledge transfer and innovation activities aiming to bridge the gap between scientific research and STEM-led innovation and entrepreneurship. **DeepCamera Research Group** The group’s target research focuses on the improvement of all the aspects of the modern imaging/video pipeline, i.e., acquisition, storage, manipulation and visualization, as well as its applications, investigation of innovative computer vision applications to real-world problems. **Job Description** The successful candidate will be part of the **DeepCamera Research Group** and will conduct applied research by developing the next generation of computer vision applications, imaging and video pipeline that will be integrated into the new concept of DeepCamera. The position holder will also have the opportunity to participate in the preparation of research proposals for funding, project reports and deliverables, and travel abroad for dissemination activities. Furthermore, the position holder will have the opportunity to publish/present their research results in prestigious international conferences and journals and contribute to the research centre’s key performance indicators. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the Team Leader of the DeepCamera Research Group Dr Alessandro Artusi. **Key Qualifications:** * MSc degree required in a relevant field (computer engineering, computer science, image processing, computer vision, computer graphics etc.). Exceptional candidates holding a BSc _may also_ be considered. * Experience in Image Processing and/or Computer Vision and/or Computer Graphics * Strong computer programming skills (e.g. C/C++, Pyhton, Matlab) * Knowledge of Deep-learning and usage of one of the existing Deep-learning environments (e.g. Keras, Tensorflow, Pytorch etc.) * High-impact research publications on relevant topics (a **must** for PhD holders/an **advantage** for non-PhD holders) * Previous experience with embedded systems, i.e., Jetson Nvidia module, is considered an **advantage** * Previous relevant industrial experience will be considered an **advantage** * Excellent knowledge of English language * For non-EU applicants a work permit will be required. **Benefits** A very attractive remuneration package will be offered to successful candidates according to qualifications and experience, including membership to the RISE Employee Medical Scheme and RISE Provident Fund. **Application Process** Interested candidates should **_submit_** the following items **_via email_** to [vacancies@rise.org.cy](mailto:vacancies@rise.org.cy) and **use the** **Email subject line** : **_"RA Software Developer DeepCamera"_** 1\. A cover letter which clearly specifies (i) employment availability date, (ii) part-time and/or full-time availability and (iii) rationale on why you think you would be a good fit for the DeepCamera Research Group. 2\. Description of their research experiences as well as any relevant industrial experience (500 words maximum) 3\. A detailed CV 4\. Copies of degree certificates (BSc/MSc/PhD) 5\. Two representative publications (if applicable) 6\. Contact details of two referees, either two University professors or one University professor and one industry referee. Note that if you previously applied for a post at RISE, a new application is required. **Deadline: Position open until filled.** For general inquiries, applicants may contact the HR Department of the Research Centre on Interactive Media, Smart Systems and Emerging Technologies at [vacancies@rise.org.cy](mailto:vacancies@rise.org.cy) The applicants may address any technical or research related inquiries to the DeepCamera Group **team leader Dr Alessandro Artusi** at [**a.artusi@rise.org.cy**](mailto:a.artusi@rise.org.cy) Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T06:00:00+02:00 Cyprus e-mail
325 Link Research Associate for Living, Breathing Virtual Worlds (V-EUPNEA) MRG **CYENS** (formerly known as RISE) is a research centre of excellence in Nicosia, Cyprus. CYENS CoE is a significant investment supported by the European Commission, the Republic of Cyprus and its founding Partners, the Municipality of Nicosia, Max Planck Institute, University College London, the University of Cyprus, the Cyprus University of Technology and the Open University of Cyprus. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme H2020-WIDESPREAD-01-2016-2017 (Teaming Phase 2) under grant agreement No. 739578, as well as from the Cypriot Government, local and international partners, and other sponsors. The Centre conducts excellent, internationally competitive scientific research in the areas of visual sciences, human factors and design, communication, and artificial intelligence delivered by high-calibre multidisciplinary research teams. CYENS engages in knowledge transfer and innovation activities aiming to bridge the gap between scientific research and STEM-led innovation and entrepreneurship. The research focus of CYENS is on interactive media, smart systems, and emerging technologies. Interactive media have become an integral part of our lives, changing the way that information is conveyed to the user and the ways users interact with devices, with other people, and with the world around them. Smart systems have offered a novel way of producing automated solutions to hard problems for which the mere use of the human intellect is insufficient. Research in CYENS integrates the Visual Sciences, Human Factors & Design, and Communications & Artificial Intelligence, in a tight synergy that provides a unique interdisciplinary research perspective that emphasizes an “Inspired by Humans, Designed for Humans” philosophy. CYENS is designed to act as an integrator of academic research and industrial innovation, towards the sustainable fuelling of the scientific, technological, and economic growth of Cyprus and Europe. The research focus of the **V-EUPNEA** MRG (from the Greek word “εύπνοια” which means to breath easily) is to breathe life to virtual worlds using Computer Animation techniques with emphasis on Virtual Humans and Crowds but also other animated entities such as animals and human transportation. Artists and users that design and populate virtual environments are of special interest to the group’s research; the team aims to develop new methods and tools to easily populate virtual environments with high quality animated characters that are interacting properly with their environments. These subjects are explored both in the context of individuals and groups/crowd. Several technologies such as motion capture, physically based animation, machine learning (e.g., reinforcement learning), computer vision and game engines are important in achieving the group goals. The V-EUPNEA MRG is currently working on several research projects, including applied research and development for the film and video game industries. Some specific topics of interest include character animation, motion capture, character behavior, crowd simulation, sketch-based interfaces, and machine learning techniques for computer graphics/animation. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to conduct both applied and fundamental research in the aforementioned areas; strong programming skills are important for this position. The position holder can also participate in the preparation of research proposals for funding, will work on project reports and deliverables, and travel abroad for dissemination activities. Furthermore, position holders should publish/present their research results in prestigious international conferences and journals and contribute to the research centre’s key performance indicators. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of Dr Panayiotis Charalambous, the team leader of the group. **Qualifications & essential requirements** * Bachelor's degree and/or postgraduate degree in a relevant field (e.g., Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics) from an accredited institution. * Strong computer programming skills in at least one of the following languages: C/C++, C#, Java, Python. * Familiarity with at least one Game Engine (preferably Unreal Engine and/or Unity). The candidate should indicate if she/he knows other Game Engines (e.g., Godot). * Knowledge of Deep-learning and usage of one of the existing Deep-learning environments (e.g., Pytorch, Keras, Tensorflow, etc.) will be considered an advantage but is not required. * High-impact research publications on relevant topics (a requirement for PhD holders/an advantage for non- PhD holders). * Previous grant-writing experience will be considered an advantage. * Previous relevant industrial / innovation / entrepreneurship experience and interest will be considered an advantage. * Ability to independently identify problems and carry out research work within the scope of the MRG. * Excellent knowledge of both spoken and written English. * For non-EU applicants a work permit will be required. **Benefits** Take advantage of this opportunity for your professional and personal development by being a part of our fast- growing Research Technology Development and Innovation Centre of Excellence. A very attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate according to qualifications and experience. **Application process** For full consideration interested applicants should submit the following items via email to [vacancies@cyens.org.cy ](mailto:vacancies@cyens.org.cy)and use the email subject line: “Application: Research Associate: V-EUPNEA”: 1. A cover letter which clearly specifies i) contact details, ii) employment availability date, iii) rationale on why you think you would be a good fit for the position within the V-EUPNEA MRG 2. Description of academic and research experience as well as any relevant industrial experience where applicable (500 words maximum) 3. A detailed curriculum vitae in English. 4. Copies of transcripts of BSc/MSc/PhD degree(s). 5. Contact details of two referees, either two University professors or one University professor and one industry referee. In case you previously applied for a post at CYENS CoE, a new application is required. For general enquiries, applicants may contact the HR Department of CYENS, Centre of Excellence at [vacancies@cyens.org.cy ](mailto:vacancies@cyens.org.cy). CYENS Centre of Excellence is an equal opportunity employer and the position is open to everyone, internationally. **All applications are treated in the strictest confidence.** Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T10:00:00+02:00 Cyprus e-mail
326 Link PhD Position - Industrial Organization and Digital Platforms (ERC funded) **ESMT Berlin** is the highest ranked business school in Germany and Top 10 in Europe. Founded by 25 leading global companies, ESMT offers master’s, MBA, and PhD programs, as well as executive education on its campus in Berlin, in locations around the world, and in online blended format. We strongly believe in cross-team collaboration to achieve our mission to develop entrepreneurial leaders who think globally and act responsibly. This is a 1-year (part-time: 50%) PhD position funded by the European Research Council Starting Grant in the topics of Digital Platforms: Pricing, Variety, and Quality Provision. The position is located at ESMT Berlin. The start date can be anytime (flexible) and the position could be extended up to 3 years (if both parties agree). ## As part-time PhD student you are expected to work within the topics of the ERC starting grant for the purpose of achieving the project’s main goals: * Investigating the implications of digital platforms’ business practices on variety and quality provision to buyers, on small rivals and on potential platform entry The grant allows you to also work on topics that are closely related to these while aiming to achieve the key objectives. You would work in close collaboration with the grant holder, Prof. Özlem Bedre Defolie. ## Other Part-time 2021-09-30T17:00:00+02:00 Germany website
327 Link PhD about Impact of sulfur and carbon interactions in marine sediments on biogenic and geothermal methane emissions : Application to the case of the Guaymas Basin (Gulf of California) A better understanding of the processes resulting in geothermal and/or biogenic gas emissions at the seafloor is crucial in order to quantify gas evolution in the deep ocean and better assess its contribution to global warming. The Guaymas Basin in the Gulf of California is delineated by a thick marine sediments layer rich in organic matter (OM) and sulfur. This basin is the site of active rifting, associated with the emission of magmatic intrusions and geothermal activity. This particular configuration, simultaneously presenting hydrothermal sites and cold fluid emission zones a few tens of kilometers away, makes this site favorable to study the redox mechanisms involved in the generation, transformation and coupling of natural gases: CH4, H2S and CO2. One of this couplings is OM natural sulfurization, a process known for the efficient preservation of large amounts of organic carbon over geological timescales, but not taken into account in carbon cycle modeling. The thesis will encompass 3 parts. The analytical item will characterize organic matter and sulfur in sediment cores collected in the Guaymas basin (IODP Expedition 385, 2019) using a geochemical approach. The conceptual item will describe the carbon / sulfur balance in the basin using redox stoichiometric reactions. The last item will apply the hypotheses at basin scale using TemisFlow®. Supervised by Dr. Armelle Riboulleau (UMR 8187 LOG, Lille), the thesis will benefit from the support of the teams involved and the technical platforms available at IFPEN (Rueil-Malmaison-France) and the Oceanology and Geosciences Laboratory at Lille University (France). Keywords: Guaymas Basin, marine organic matter, microbial degradation, methane, geothermal fluid, H2S, basin modeling Environmental science Full-time 2021-11-30T00:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
328 Link Research Associate Research Associate for Multidisciplinary Research Group (MRG) Socially- Competent Robotic and Agent Technologies (SCRAT) Category: An initial one-year employment contract will be offered with the possibility for renewal depending on performance and project needs. Location: Nicosia, Cyprus Preferred Start Date: April 2021 or as soon thereafter Application Deadline: open **CYENS** (formerly known as RISE) is a research centre of excellence in Nicosia, Cyprus. CYENS CoE is a significant investment supported by the European Commission, the Republic of Cyprus and its founding Partners, the Municipality of Nicosia, Max Planck Institute, University College London, the University of Cyprus, the Cyprus University of Technology and the Open University of Cyprus. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme H2020-WIDESPREAD-01-2016-2017 (Teaming Phase 2) under grant agreement No. 739578, as well as from the Cypriot Government, local and international partners, and other sponsors. The Centre conducts excellent, internationally competitive scientific research in the areas of visual sciences, human factors and design, communication, and artificial intelligence delivered by high-calibre multidisciplinary research teams. CYENS engages in knowledge transfer and innovation activities aiming to bridge the gap between scientific research and STEM-led innovation and entrepreneurship. The research focus of CYENS is on interactive media, smart systems, and emerging technologies. Interactive media have become an integral part of our lives, changing the way that information is conveyed to the user and the ways users interact with devices, with other people, and with the world around them. Smart systems have offered a novel way of producing automated solutions to hard problems for which the mere use of the human intellect is insufficient. Research in CYENS integrates the Visual Sciences, Human Factors & Design, and Communications & Artificial Intelligence, in a tight synergy that provides a unique interdisciplinary research perspective that emphasizes an “Inspired by Humans, Designed for Humans” philosophy. CYENS is designed to act as an integrator of academic research and industrial innovation, towards the sustainable fuelling of the scientific, technological, and economic growth of Cyprus and Europe. The Socially-Competent Robotic and Agent Technologies (SCRAT) MRG focuses on the design and development of human-centered AI-driven technologies for physical robots or virtual agents. The MRG’s work draws inspiration from cognitive psychology and the social sciences, recognizing that value can increase when machines work with humans rather than only for humans. Humans are viewed as the collaborators or coaches of machines, helping, and being helped by, machines to achieve their joint goals. This in turn, necessitates technologies that can interact competently with humans in a decision- supporting role and at a level that is socially and cognitively compatible with the individual(s) interacting with those technologies. The MRG builds upon techniques from machine learning, learning theory, natural language processing and generation, preference elicitation, knowledge acquisition and representation, commonsense reasoning, formal argumentation, cognitive computing, and explainable AI. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to conduct applied research in the aforementioned areas, towards the development of innovative solutions with socio-economic impact on real-world domains where the use of smart assistants is most useful. Indicatively, the MRG is looking for candidates who can design and develop robust, trustworthy, interactive (human- in-the-loop), explainable AI technologies for decision-support in areas like Fintech, Education, Health, Tourism, Agriculture, etc. Individuals with research / innovation experience in relevant application domains, in addition to knowledge of key AI technologies, are particularly encouraged to apply. Position holders are expected to publish/present their research results in prestigious international conferences and journals and contribute to the Center’s key performance indicators by participating in the preparation of research and innovation proposals, in the preparation of project reports and deliverables, and in dissemination activities. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the SCRAT MRG Leader, Dr. Loizos Michael. General qualifications and requirements * Bachelor's degree and/or postgraduate degree in a relevant field (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Computer Science, Interactive media, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering) from an accredited institution. * Excellent knowledge of both spoken and written English language. * Previous research experience and high impact research publications will be considered an advantage. * Previous relevant industrial / innovation / entrepreneurship experience and interest will be considered an advantage. * Previous grant-writing experience will be considered an advantage. * For non-EU applicants a work permit will be required. Specific qualifications relevant to Socially Competent Robotic and Agent Technologies (SCRAT) MRG * M.Sc. / Ph.D. from an accredited university in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Science, Cognitive Systems, Cognitive Science, or a related area. (Candidates with other backgrounds but with an otherwise solid profile may also be considered.) * Very good knowledge of English, especially in reading technical / research articles. * Ability to independently identify problems and carry out research work within the scope of the MRG. * Ability to interact with stakeholders in application domains and identify opportunities for collaboration. * Excellent programming skills (e.g., C, C++, Python, Java), mathematical maturity, and ability to learn quickly. * Mobile application development skills for Android / iOS is considered an advantage. * Interest / past work in Smart Personal Assistants or Human-Machine collaboration applications is desirable. Benefits Take advantage of this opportunity for your professional and personal development by being a part of our fast- growing Research Technology Development and Innovation Centre of Excellence. A very attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate according to qualifications and experience. Application process For full consideration interested applicants should submit the following items via email to [vacancies@cyens.org.cy](mailto:vacancies@cyens.org.cy) and use the email subject line: “Application: Research Associate: SCRAT”: 1. A cover letter which clearly specifies i) contact details, ii) employment availability date, iii) part-time or full-time availability, and (iv) MRG(s) of interest in order of priority. 2. A detailed curriculum vitae in English. 3. Copies of transcripts of BSc/MSc/PhD degree(s). 4. Description of their academic and research experiences as well as any relevant industrial / innovation / entrepreneurship experience, where applicable (500 words maximum). 5. Contact details of two University professors or one University professor and one industry referee who will provide the letters. 6. Two (2) representative publications (if applicable). 7. Two (2) representative innovation outcomes / products (if applicable). In case you previously applied for a post at CYENS CoE, a new application is required. For general enquiries, applicants may contact the HR Department of CYENS, Centre of Excellence at [vacancies@cyens.org.cy](mailto:vacancies@cyens.org.cy) . CYENS Centre of Excellence is an equal opportunity employer and the position is open to everyone, internationally. All applications are treated in the strictest confidence. Computer science Full-time 2021-09-30T10:00:00+02:00 Cyprus e-mail
329 Link Post-doctoral position in MD simulation of enzymes _The successful candidate will study mechanisms governing the transport of ligands in enzymes using the cutting-edge methods like MSM modeling, adaptive and enhanced sampling simulations. The research will also include the component of a method development_. The acquired knowledge will be crucial to enable discoveries of the molecular origins of transport-related pathologies, improvements of binding kinetics of lead-like compounds, and engineering of improved biocatalysts. Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-30T00:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
330 Link Senior Researcher Quantum Technologies Senior Researcher Quantum Technologies [ARQUIMEA Research Center](http://www.arquimearesearchcenter,com) (ARC) is a private R&D center which relies on a product-oriented strategy, market diversification and internationalization to achieve a sustainable growth with the calling of developing ideas and getting involved in projects with a high impact in society. We have as much passions as technologies we develop. But there is only one that we enjoy more than the rest: passion for people. We are a team of specialists and researchers pursuing the highest exponent of technology and science. * Our search is to find new projects that stimulate our day-to-day. * Our challenge is to attract talent that shares our worldview. At ARC we research in fields like sensors, robotics or drones, cybersecurity, digital manufacturing, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology and blockchain. We like to surround ourselves with digital nomads to assemble solid teams, specialized in each of our technologies. We trust people as much as we trust progress if it is accompanied by skills and attitude. Furthermore, our center is located in Canary Islands (Tenerife), where is impossible to have a negative attitude. We have soft weather, ocean and so much technology. We like to think of talent as a five-pointed star that brings light and value to the center and we want bold, creative, proactive, efficient and humble people in our team. So, if you match these values, you can keep reading. We are hiring a Senior Researcher Quantum Technologies IMPORTANT. Please only apply if you have availability to move to Tenerife (Canary Islands, SPAIN) Tasks to be performed: * Identify state-of-the-art technologies with high potential of disruption in future markets and global challenges. * Lead projects where the technology has a low maturity and high uncertainty, implementing use cases or technological demonstrators able to validate and quantify the potential of these technologies. Each research project will have team members and collaborators with specific knowledge in the research line area. * Identify, contact and collaborate with international researchers from different universities and research centers. * Transversal knowledge across different fields of Quantum Technologies * Ability to find funding options and collaborations in R&D EU project consortiums. * Project management of small teams (3-9) and task definition. * Lead high-level and low-level research activities in the fields of Quantum Sensing, Quantum Computing or Quantum Communications * Mentor less experience team members. Required skills, experience and candidate profile: * University degree in Physics / Maths. * PhD * Postdoc experience of at least 4 years * Demonstrable experience leading research projects. * Solid basis in Quantum Technologies * Open minded and ready to be challenged with multi-disciplinary R&D projects. * Creativity. * Proficient in English. * The candidate must be eligible to work in the EU. * Candidate must have geographic mobility. Valuable: * Entrepreneurship experience * Experience working in a startup * Experience with NV Diamonds Arquimea Research Center belongs to [ARQUIMEA](http://www.arquimea.com/), a cross-sectoral international technology group that develops solutions and innovative products in highly demanding activity sectors. We are committed to supporting research and scientific development that improve people´s lives. Arquimea bets on companies and projects that provide value to society, contributing to boost high-impact solutions and products and to build our Vision. Physics Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain website
331 Link PhD Candidate / Early Stage Researcher Photonics [ARQUIMEA Research Center](http://www.arquimearesearchcenter,com) (ARC) is a private R&D center which relies on a product-oriented strategy, market diversification and internationalization to achieve a sustainable growth with the calling of developing ideas and getting involved in projects with a high impact in society. We have as much passions as technologies we develop. But there is only one that we enjoy more than the rest: passion for people. We are a team of specialists and researchers pursuing the highest exponent of technology and science. * Our search is to find new projects that stimulate our day-to-day. * Our challenge is to attract talent that shares our worldview. At ARC we research in fields like sensors, robotics or drones, cybersecurity, digital manufacturing, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology and blockchain. We like to surround ourselves with digital nomads to assemble solid teams, specialized in each of our technologies. We trust people as much as we trust progress if it is accompanied by skills and attitude. Furthermore, our center is located in Canary Islands (Tenerife), where is impossible to have a negative attitude. We have soft weather, ocean and so much technology. We like to think of talent as a five-pointed star that brings light and value to the center and we want bold, creative, proactive, efficient and humble people in our team. So, if you match these values, you can keep reading. We are hiring a PhD Candidate / Early Stage Researcher Photonics IMPORTANT. Please only apply if you have availability to move to Tenerife (Canary Islands, SPAIN) Tasks to be performed: * Work in a multidisciplinary team in research and development activities * Critical analysis of solutions by using quantitative metrics. * Work in different research areas and different applications in the field of photonics and electronics, especially optoelectronic instrumentation and sensors. * Experimental and theoretical tasks Required skills, experience and candidate profile: * Master in Photonics/Physics/Electronics * Photonic integrated circuit design abilities * Experimental background in photonics. * Modeling and simulation of photonic devices (diode laser, photodiodes, electro-optic modulators, interferometry, dispersion effects, nonlinear optical phenomena) * Electronics (conditioning, acquisition, processing, RF…) * Knowledge of Phython and Matlab environments. * Photonic integrated circuit and component design experience * Open minded and ready to be challenged with multi-disciplinary R&D projects. * Proficient in English Valuable: * Knowledge of optical instrumentation, all optical data processing, nanophotonic devices (sensors), single photon emitters and detectors, quantum photonics… is highly valuable. * Experience with electronic for high resolution acquisition and signal processing technologies. * Experience with RF and microwave electronics. * Medical imaging * Research skills Arquimea Research Center belongs to [ARQUIMEA](http://www.arquimea.com/), a cross-sectoral international technology group that develops solutions and innovative products in highly demanding activity sectors. We are committed to supporting research and scientific development that improve people´s lives. Arquimea bets on companies and projects that provide value to society, contributing to boost high-impact solutions and products and to build our Vision. Physics Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain website
332 Link Probabilistic fleet monitoring based on model manifold This PhD position is part of the “MOIRA” (MOnItoRing of large scale complex technologicAl systems) project, funded by the European Commission through the H2020 “Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks” program. Modern technological systems increase in scale and are becoming more and more complex and sophisticated. Parallel, the revolution in electronics, digital technology and communications have drastically modified and expanded the physical diversity, scope, processing capabilities and complexity of the monitoring equipment and infrastructure used. Millions of networked sensors are being embedded in the physical world sensing, creating and communicating data. The amount of data available for capturing has been exploding and the era of Big Data is already here, as the Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a reality. The main question which arises is how, following which steps and with which tools the data can be transformed to information and knowledge. The objectives of MOIRA are 1. the development of novel signal processing tools for the monitoring of industrial processes based on machine learning methods applied on heterogeneous time series, 2. the application of data mining technologies for the estimation of Key Performance Indicators which determine the operational profit, 3. the conception, development and validation of methodologies for automated monitoring of cyber physical system fleets, iv) the multi sensor machine condition monitoring under variable operating conditions. Program of the PhD Within the context of the MOIRA project, the PhD student will develop model- based techniques for monitoring individual units in a fleet from a probabilistic approach. The principles is based on the comparison of a parametric model identified from measured data to a generic model provided by dynamic modelling by taking in account acceptable differences between the generic model of the fleet and individual units. This will be solved as an inverse problem in the presence of “modelling errors” that reflect the departure of individual units from the nominal model representing the fleet. After identification of the model parameters from experimental data – a non- trivial issue due to the fact that modelling errors are highly structured and do not comply with the simplifying assumption commonly advocated in system identification theory -- each unit will be assigned a different realization of the same model seen as a random object. This will be formalized in the probabilistic space spanned by the parameter values, thus leading to the concept of a population of models embedded in a probabilistic manifold endowed with a topological information geometry. This formalism will be useful to view and manipulate models as probabilistic objects. The objective for monitoring will then be to assess whether the dispersion attached to a specific unit is due to normal variability or to the presence of an abnormality. In addition, the dynamic evolution in time of models will be accounted for (presence of confounding environmental variables, dependence on operational conditions) as trajectories in the probabilistic manifold. Therefore, a Bayesian probabilistic approach will be developed in order to 1) account for all elements of information that are a priori available on modelling errors, 2) propagate them in the inverse problem, and 3) set up credible intervals used in the ultimate diagnostic step. Monte Carlo Markov Chains will be used as the machinery to solve these objectives, as they make possible to jointly infer the model parameters and the modelling errors characteristics. The methodology will be applied on fleets of vehicles and wind turbines. Mathematics Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
333 Link Improving virtual sensing by multi-complexity models This PhD position is part of the “MOIRA” (MOnItoRing of large scale complex technologicAl systems) project, funded by the European Commission through the H2020 “Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks” program. Modern technological systems increase in scale and are becoming more and more complex and sophisticated. Parallel, the revolution in electronics, digital technology and communications have drastically modified and expanded the physical diversity, scope, processing capabilities and complexity of the monitoring equipment and infrastructure used. Millions of networked sensors are being embedded in the physical world sensing, creating and communicating data. The amount of data available for capturing has been exploding and the era of Big Data is already here, as the Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a reality. The main question which arises is how, following which steps and with which tools the data can be transformed to information and knowledge. The objectives of MOIRA are 1. the development of novel signal processing tools for the monitoring of industrial processes based on machine learning methods applied on heterogeneous time series, 2. the application of data mining technologies for the estimation of Key Performance Indicators which determine the operational profit, 3. the conception, development and validation of methodologies for automated monitoring of cyber physical system fleets, 4. the multi sensor machine condition monitoring under variable operating conditions. Program of the PhD Within the context of the MOIRA project, the PhD student will work on fleet monitoring, using a "generic model" and solving an inverse identification problem. In the case of an heterogeneous fleet of machines, the generic model has to face different levels of complexity or various phenomenological contents to describe correct dynamic behaviours of units. If one looks for sharing information between these units of the fleet, it is necessary to have common signals which may be virtual and not necessary physical. The choice and the use of different models that map the physical quantities of interest to the measured signals will be investigated in order to improve the general performances of a “virtual sensor”, which is achieved through inverse modelling. The richness of the sensor equipment of a unit (machine, vehicle etc.) will be used in order to correlate the virtual signal estimations from different inverse model architectures. Methodologies will be proposed for the identification of the particular operating conditions of each unit, updating simultaneously their estimation by sharing reconstructed signals of the fleet units. Considering the operating conditions and architectures of each unit in the fleet, it is necessary to consider behavioural models with different levels of complexity but which share identical signals to increase the efficiency of detection of abnormal situations. This can be considered as a "virtual machine" with its generic model identified on the basis of existing signals. This work will be based on recent identification techniques and will benefit from an a priori knowledge of excitation components (bearings, gears, electrical machines, etc.). The general framework of angular approaches will also be used to describe the transfer path from known excitation components to physical signals (used for model identification and fault detection) and to virtual signals (used for fleet comparison between units and fault detection) in these machine architectures. In particular, non-stationary operating conditions will be investigated to extend opportunities of better identification performances and opportunities for detection of abnormal situations. The methodologies will be applied to fleets of vehicles and wind turbines and/or of some specific components of such machines like drive trains or power transmission units. Engineering Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
334 Link Senior Researcher Biology / Microbiology [ARQUIMEA Research Center](http://www.arquimearesearchcenter,com) (ARC) is a private R&D center which relies on a product-oriented strategy, market diversification and internationalization to achieve a sustainable growth with the calling of developing ideas and getting involved in projects with a high impact in society. We have as much passions as technologies we develop. But there is only one that we enjoy more than the rest: passion for people. We are a team of specialists and researchers pursuing the highest exponent of technology and science. * Our search is to find new projects that stimulate our day-to-day. * Our challenge is to attract talent that shares our worldview. At ARC we research in fields like sensors, robotics or drones, cybersecurity, digital manufacturing, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology and blockchain. We like to surround ourselves with digital nomads to assemble solid teams, specialized in each of our technologies. We trust people as much as we trust progress if it is accompanied by skills and attitude. Furthermore, our center is located in Canary Islands (Tenerife), where is impossible to have a negative attitude. We have soft weather, ocean and so much technology. We like to think of talent as a five-pointed star that brings light and value to the center and we want bold, creative, proactive, efficient and humble people in our team. So, if you match these values, you can keep reading. We are hiring a Senior Researcher Biology / Microbiology IMPORTANT. Please only apply if you have availability to move to Tenerife (Canary Islands, SPAIN) Tasks to be performed: * Work in a multidisciplinary team in research and development activities related with applied microbiology, sustainable agriculture, water and residues treatment technologies and bioproduct research. * Isolation and identification of microorganisms (bacteries and yeasts) using classic techniques and advanced molecular biology techniques (DNA extraction, PCR, cloning, sequencing). * Protein expression in cellular systems. * Design of bioreactors at laboratory scale. * Critical analysis of solutions by using quantitative metrics. * Work in different research areas and different applications. * Experience in tasks related to new projects proposals, including planning, task estimation, design, design verification, peer review and writing. * Plan and execute tasks in collaboration with the product team to ensure project objectives are met. * Identify state-of-the-art technologies with high potential of disruption in future markets and global challenges. * Lead projects where the technology has a low maturity and high uncertainty, implementing use cases or technological demonstrators able to validate and quantify the potential of these technologies. Each research project will have team members and collaborators with specific knowledge in the research line area. * Identify, contact and collaborate with international researchers from different universities and research centers. * Ability to find funding options and collaborations in R&D EU project consortiums. * Project management of small teams (3-9) and task definition. * Lead high-level and low-level research activities in the fields of Quantum Sensing, Quantum Computing or Quantum Communications * Mentor less experience team members. Required skills, experience and candidate profile: * PhD in Biology / Microbiology * Open minded and ready to be challenged with multi-disciplinary R&D projects. * Proficient in English * The candidate must be eligible to work in the EU. * Candidate must have geographic mobility. Valuable: * Entrepreneurship experience * Experience working in a startup * Molecular biology techniques. * Biostatisctics * Isolation of microbial species Arquimea Research Center belongs to [ARQUIMEA](http://www.arquimea.com/), a cross-sectoral international technology group that develops solutions and innovative products in highly demanding activity sectors. We are committed to supporting research and scientific development that improve people´s lives. Arquimea bets on companies and projects that provide value to society, contributing to boost high-impact solutions and products and to build our Vision. Agricultural sciences Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain website
335 Link Senior Researcher Chemist / Biochemist [ARQUIMEA Research Center](http://www.arquimearesearchcenter,com) (ARC) is a private R&D center which relies on a product-oriented strategy, market diversification and internationalization to achieve a sustainable growth with the calling of developing ideas and getting involved in projects with a high impact in society. We have as much passions as technologies we develop. But there is only one that we enjoy more than the rest: passion for people. We are a team of specialists and researchers pursuing the highest exponent of technology and science. * Our search is to find new projects that stimulate our day-to-day. * Our challenge is to attract talent that shares our worldview. At ARC we research in fields like sensors, robotics or drones, cybersecurity, digital manufacturing, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology and blockchain. We like to surround ourselves with digital nomads to assemble solid teams, specialized in each of our technologies. We trust people as much as we trust progress if it is accompanied by skills and attitude. Furthermore, our center is located in Canary Islands (Tenerife), where is impossible to have a negative attitude. We have soft weather, ocean and so much technology. We like to think of talent as a five-pointed star that brings light and value to the center and we want bold, creative, proactive, efficient and humble people in our team. So, if you match these values, you can keep reading. We are hiring a Senior Researcher Chemist / Biochemist IMPORTANT. Please only apply if you have availability to move to Tenerife (Canary Islands, SPAIN) Tasks to be performed: * Work in a multidisciplinary team in research and development activities related with applied microbiology, sustainable agriculture, water and residues treatment technologies and bioproduct research. * Chemical analysis of water * Chemical synthesis of polymers * Purification of proteins, polymers, and enzymes. * Design of reactors at laboratory scale. * Critical analysis of solutions by using quantitative metrics. * Work in different research areas and different applications. * Experience in tasks related to new projects proposals, including planning, task estimation, design, design verification, peer review and writing. * Plan and execute tasks in collaboration with the product team to ensure project objectives are met. * Identify state-of-the-art technologies with high potential of disruption in future markets and global challenges. * Lead projects where the technology has a low maturity and high uncertainty, implementing use cases or technological demonstrators able to validate and quantify the potential of these technologies. Each research project will have team members and collaborators with specific knowledge in the research line area. * Identify, contact and collaborate with international researchers from different universities and research centers. * Ability to find funding options and collaborations in R&D EU project consortiums. * Project management of small teams (3-9) and task definition. * Lead high-level and low-level research activities in the fields of Quantum Sensing, Quantum Computing or Quantum Communications * Mentor less experience team members. Required skills, experience and candidate profile: * PhD in Chemistry / Biochemistry * Open minded and ready to be challenged with multi-disciplinary R&D projects. * Proficient in English * The candidate must be eligible to work in the EU. * Candidate must have geographic mobility. Valuable: * Entrepreneurship experience * Experience working in a startup * Statistics Arquimea Research Center belongs to [ARQUIMEA](http://www.arquimea.com/), a cross-sectoral international technology group that develops solutions and innovative products in highly demanding activity sectors. We are committed to supporting research and scientific development that improve people´s lives. Arquimea bets on companies and projects that provide value to society, contributing to boost high-impact solutions and products and to build our Vision. Agricultural sciences Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain website
336 Link Postdoc Positions on Ab Initio Simulation: Theoretical Chemistry, Marx Group, Bochum, Germany Applications are invited for Postdoctoral Research Associate positions in the Marx Group at Bochum ([www.theochem.rub.de](http://www.theochem.rub.de)) which are available immediately or upon mutual agreement for two years with possible extensions. The researchers will be involved in challenging projects using and/or advancing modern ab initio simulation techniques including state-of- the-art machine learning extensions. Topics cover e.g. aqueous interfaces, vibrational spectroscopy or quantum cryochemistry using cutting-edge methods such as those based on path integrals and artificial neural networks; check the homepage and recent publications. The Center for Theoretical Chemistry at RUB offers an exciting interdisciplinary research environment and excellent facilities including several in-house HPC platforms. The Marx Group is among the scientific pillars of the Cluster of Excellence RESOLV ([www.solvation.de](http://www.solvation.de)) and is deeply involved in the Center for Solvation Science ZEMOS ([www.rub.de/zemos](http://www.rub.de/zemos)), which hosts a powerful Core Facility for Simulation. The Research Associates will take full advantage of being integrated into RESOLV and ZEMOS. Note that we are operational on university campus even in current covid-19 pandemic times. Information on the simulation techniques used and developed at CTC are accessible via [www.theochem.rub.de/go/cprev.html](http://www.theochem.rub.de/go/cprev.html) whereas fundamentals are provided in D. Marx and J. Hutter, Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics: Basic Theory and Advanced Methods (Cambridge, 2009). Candidates should have significant experience in molecular dynamics / electronic structure and a PhD in computational / theoretical chemistry / physics. Candidates should send a two page resume including a short outline of their previous research expertise and achievements as well as their own thoughts on aforementioned topics together with the usual material as a PDF file to: Professor Dominik Marx Lehrstuhl fuer Theoretische Chemie Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum 44780 Bochum, Germany [theochem@theochem.rub.de](mailto:theochem@theochem.rub.de) | [www.theochem.rub.de](http://www.theochem.rub.de) The Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum seeks to foster the careers of women, especially in areas where they are currently underrepresented, and therefore encourages applications of women in particular. Qualified disabled candidates are explicitly invited to apply. Consideration of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled. Chemistry Full-time 2021-12-31T23:00:00+01:00 Germany e-mail
337 Link Postdoc position within the research project ‘Adaptive Optical Dendrites’ (ADOPD) IFISC offers a postdoc position to work on the H2020 research project Adaptive Optical Dendrites (ADOPD). This is a FET-Open European project on optical computing and we are looking for researchers with a solid background on experimental work in photonics, involving free space optics, multimode optical fibres, etc. More info below: Candidates interested in working in this project will work with the following senior researchers: Ingo Fischer, Apostolos Argyris, Miguel C. Soriano, and Claudio R. Mirasso. Candidates are requested to submit the documents below to [apostolos@ifisc.uib-csic.es](mailto:apostolos@ifisc.uib-csic.es): \- Curriculum vitae \- Brief proposal (maximum 1 page) including \+ Motivation to work at IFISC \+ Experience in experimental work in photonics. \- Names of two senior scientists who can provide references for the applicant We offer a contract of up to two years (one + one format), starting October 2021. The annual gross salary will be in the range of 29.000 -35.000 Euros, according to CSIC (Spanish Research Council) regulations and based on the candidate's experience and qualifications. The contract includes all benefits of the Spanish Public Health and Social Security systems. There is associated additional financial support for the participation in conferences and scientific meetings. Applications are welcome until the position is filled. Physics Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
338 Link Impact of mechanical confinement on permeation in polymeric membranes Transport of chemical species in polymeric materials is met in many industrial applications in the energy sector. It is often related to the performance of a process or an equipment. So understanding, predicting and mastering this phenomenon is a subject of first importance to gain in efficiency in these sectors, and offers many industrial opportunities. Transport of chemical species in polymers involves several coupled physical mechanisms that are related to the interactions of species within the material. In particular, the species must dissolve in the matrix before diffusing. This solubilization modifies the local properties of the matrix and can cause swelling. Accordingly, the permeation will be different depending on whether the material is constrained or free to swell. The impact of this mechanical stress on transport properties is the key point that we propose to study extensively during the thesis. Based on accurate analysis and description of the physical mechanisms encountered, the objective of the PhD is to develop a modeling strategy for molecular transport in these deformable solids. A rigorous formalism has to be developed. It could be based on the Maxwell-Stefan diffusion equations, using the gradient of the chemical potentials obtained by an equation of state, with the addition of the suitable mechanical component. The development of a numerical tool should make it possible to reproduce available experimental data. Additional measures may be considered. This work will be carried out in partnership with the team of Professor Eric Favre, at ENSIC (France). Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T13:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
339 Link KIND Quantum-Bio Postdoctoral Fellow Program of the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft A postdoctoral fellowship program has been established for quantum-bio projects at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft (KIND). KIND Postdoctoral Fellows are high‐profile, two‐year postdoctoral positions with significant independence and resources. The KIND Postdoctoral Fellows program is designed to attract the best and brightest young researchers in nanoscale science to Delft. Fellows will work in partnership with Delft faculty on a nanoscience project that involves both quantum and biological nanoscience research at KIND. Funds for running budget and travel will be available. The KIND Postdoctoral Fellow program entails: * A competitive salary for the KIND Postdoctoral Fellow for 2 years (one step higher than standard postdoc salaries at TU Delft). * Travel and expendables budget of 5 k€ per year for the KIND Fellow. * Mentoring by the two involved faculty members of KIND. Physics Not Applicable 2021-09-02T01:59:59+02:00 Netherlands website
340 Link Topic of dissertation thesis: Protection of surfaces covered by poly(2-oxazoline) Protection of surfaces against undesired protein adsorption is of significant importance in biochemical and nanotechnological applications. One of the most frequently used method of surface protection is reversible or irreversible coating of surfaces with polymer chains. For this purpose, poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) is very often used. PEO is biocompatible, nontoxic, does not induce immune response in living bodies and is perfectly soluble in water. Presently, however, also poly(2-oxazoline) (POX), which displays similar properties to PEO, is becoming prominent and, moreover, indications about its superiority in protection effectiveness have appeared. Molecular dynamics simulations enable to compare the surface protection effectivity of PEO and POX against protein adsorption and to explain the differences at atomistic level. The simulations will be performed using program package GROMACS. The applicant is supposed to have degree in chemistry, biophysics or related scientific fields and basic knowledge of some programming or scripting language. Knowledge of molecular dynamics method and program GROMACS is welcome but not required. During the PhD study,there is room for mastering this method and program. **Keywords:** poly(2-oxazoline), poly(ethylene oxide), protein adsorption, molecular dynamics **Supervisor:** Mgr. Zuzana Benková, PhD., Polymer Institute SAS; e-mail: [upolzben@savba.sk](mailto:upolzben@savba.sk) Chemistry Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Slovakia e-mail
341 Link PhD student in Organic Chemistry Divison The PhD student will participate in a 4-year-long research project focused on synthesis and physical-organic characterization of two unique classes of paramagnetic materials, liquid crystals and dichroic dyes. NCN MAESTRO-12 Project (No. DEC-2020/38/A/ST4/00597) **„Advanced functional materials form organic paramagnetic building blocks** _”._ Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-30T16:00:00+02:00 Poland e-mail
342 Link Experimental study of the injection of fluids at high pressure (supercritical) for a rocket engine type application. PHD Position. The suggestion to use supercritical fluids is a century old. They have been used as solvents in reaction media or as fluids for propulsion. In the latter case, the tendency is to increase the pressure in the combustion chamber in order to increase the efficiency of the jet engines when using the new generation kerosene and thus considerably reduce the CO2 emissions and NOx production. As a result, the liquid fuel can be injected under supercritical conditions (or compressed liquid). Many energy systems involve a thermodynamic transition from a subcritical state to a supercritical state. The INSIDE project aims to study the impact of the behavior of the phases (subcritical and supercritical) on the mixture through innovative diagnostics coupled with numerical simulations. The CORIA laboratory and the CMAP of the École Polytechnique are associated in this project. Experimental data for this type of injection regime remains scarce and / or poorly documented. The ANR REFINE (), completed in 2018, aimed to overcome this knowledge deficit by the experimental and numerical study of injection in diets sub, trans and supercritical of an ethane jet unassisted in helium in an enclosure at variable pressure and temperature. All of these results are available in N. Vallée's thesis defended at CORIA in 2018. During the REFINE project, it turned out that setting up high-pressure diagnostics was a challenge that required further investigation. The CORIA phd offer proposed here is the continuation of the ANR REFINE. The goal is to perform a series of quantitative measurements (density, speed) of a supercritical jet. This is a real challenge because the development of a truly controlled experience in pressure and temperature is delicate. In addition, innovative diagnostics will be used for the first time in the context of supercritical fluids: Spontaneous Raman scattering and femtosecond double- pulse imaging. The development of these diagnostics will be a key point of the project. This study is therefore essential in understanding the disintegration of supercritical jets and will also make it possible to provide the scientific community with an exploitable experimental database for the validation of computer codes. A coaxial type injector is envisaged here in order to have a better control of the flow and to approach the final application of the rocket engine injectors. Post-processing codes using artificial intelligence (AI), thermodynamics and / or fluid mechanics may be used in order to deepen the knowledge of these very specific flows. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
343 Link 55668: Master of Science Geo-Informatics, Data Science, Computer Science or similar (f/m/x) - Geospatial Databases **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Job description:** The "EO Data Science" department develops modern signal processing and AI processes for current and future earth observation missions. It is involved in a large number of third-party projects and a large international network. The expected tasks will consist of our own scientific research on the topic of handling large amounts of geodata (especially Earth Observation (EO)-data) and geodata processing. This is based on the implementation, maintenance, and usage of specific geodatabases. The tasks described below require specific knowledge and outstanding expertise. In order to meet the requirements of the position, extensive professional or research experience in the fields of geospatial databases, geo-informatics, data sciences, machine learning, artificial intelligence or related fields is required. This position is intended to cover the field of spatial data processing and in particular to build and research spatial databases and their architectures. The holder of the position will be responsible for the following tasks: Own research on the topic handling large amounts of geodata and geodata processing * literature research for AI methods in Earth Observation * independent research and expansion of scientific knowledge at the highest international level in the field of geo-data processing using novel AI procedures such as data fusion or deep learning * independent use of large infrastructures and with large data archives ("Big Data") * development and maintenance of a geo-database for EO-data and the integration of AI algorithms. Development of possibilities for AI4EO applications in geodatabases Development and documentation of novel methods for the solution of complex problems * setting impulses for working with geo-data and automatization of proven techniques in order to apply them in the department * presentation of research results to a broad specialist public, e.g. through publication in high-ranking specialist journals and lectures at international conferences * The candidate should actively advise and support doctoral students and other scientists of the department in their daily research. Above all, the work area of geo-data processing and archiving are to be homogenized and simplified. The systematic data processing and storage should increase the efficiency of the department and facilitate joint work. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Technology Other 2021-09-19T02:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
344 Link PhD candidate (Early stage researcher - ESR) **The title of research - Modelling interfacial flows of dense nanosuspensions** **Main supervisors: Prof. Alexander Oron, (Faculty of Mechanical Engineering) Prof. Alexander Nepomnyashchy, (Faculty of Mathematics),[T](https://www.trdf.co.il/eng/)echnion - Israel Institute of Technology Haifa, 320003 Israel** **We are searching for an excellent candidate with Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, Physics or similar disciplines with outstanding theoretical skills and experience/background in Fluid Mechanics and Numerical Analysis/Scientific Computations.** **The responsibilities of the ESR will include development of a theoretical model and perform simulations of interfacial flow of dense nanosuspensions taking into account the dynamics of nanoparticles under mechanical stresses.** **The position is for 36 months. The candidate is expected to complete his PhD research and to graduate with a PhD degree.** Physics Full-time 2021-11-15T23:00:00+01:00 Israel website
345 Link PhD in Vision Sciences and Optical Imaging Technologies. ESR 5: e-Health and Big Data. **General project´s description:** EYE is an ITN project funded by the EC within the H2020 programme providing training and professional development to 5 Early Stage Researchers (ESR) in Vision Sciences and Optical Imaging Technologies. The duration of the contracts is 36 months. EYE is an industrial doctorate which implies that students will spend 50% of time working in a private sector. EYE-EID will provide to its students an unique opportunity to gain knowledge, skills, and experience through experimental optical training, computational simulation, and cutting-edge clinical applications. EYE counts with the participation of the **Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) (Spain)** with a multidisciplinary research involving Biochemistry, Physics, Optics and Vision Sciences areas, and two industrial partners: **Mark'ennovy (United Kingdom)** , a leading European company specialized in the design, manufacture and sale of CL and **Alain Afflelou (Portugal),** an optical centres group, which will facilitate the interaction with the presbyopic population and clinicians. The EYE project aims to analyse, simulate, improve and assess current presbyopia correction strategies in order to choose the optimal contact lens for each patient, offering new presbyopic solutions based on the eye-vision particularities of each person in a personalized way. The research program will focus on: (1) New designs of presbyopic contact lenses. (2) New Contact Lens Materials. (3) Computer modelling of eye response and adaptation to new contact lenses (4) Validation of patient’s outcomes reports on global contact lens performance. (5) Development of e-Health instruments and technologies for Big Bata analysis in contact lens for presbyopia. **ESR 5 POSITION. Project Title: e-Health and Big Data.** **This position involves work at Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) (Spain), and at private company, Alain Afflelou (Portugal).** The prime aim of this project is to develop tools capable of collecting and monitoring clinical parameters, patient-reported outcomes and environmental conditions in a continuous manner throughout the patient’s different circumstances while they wear CLs. Technology Full-time 2021-08-31T15:00:00+02:00 Spain e-mail
346 Link 15 PhD research positions in Control prediction and learning in Mixing processes (CoPerMix) **ESR1 – Host: Aix-Marseille Université: Water transport and mixing in plants** Objectives: Understand water transport and solute mixing in plant roots. Expected Results: Plant continuously extract water and solutes from the soil. This transport, driven by evaporation and modulated by osmotic pressure, proceeds through the plant tissues − the regular cells (cytoplasm), their membrane and walls (plasma membrane and apoplast) and vessels (xylem and phloem) − forming a complex porous structure with a hierarchy of sizes and permeabilities. Which path water is taking is still debated, and little is known about the dispersion and mixing of the solutes. These questions are crucial for plants but also because they connect with the more general topic of substance delivery in living tissues. The project tackles these questions by taking advantage of the unprecedented combination of experimental techniques gathered by the CoPeRMix network (index-matching, photo-bleaching, high-resolution particle tracking, and dye concentration measurements diffusive strip method) that allowed recent advances in the characterization of mixing in regular porous media and sheared particulate suspensions. Experiments will be conducted on a model multi-scale porous medium, upscaling the root anatomy and made of empty or porous disks (cells) surrounded by different porous media (membranes and walls). It is expected that identifying the water pathways and disentangling the elementary contributions of dispersion and stretching on the mixing dynamics of the solutes in our model multi-scale porous medium will have a strong impact on the comprehension of transport and mixing in plants. _Contact_ : [bloen.metzger@univ-amu.fr](mailto:bloen.metzger@univ-amu.fr) and [henri.lhuissier@univ-amu.fr](mailto:henri.lhuissier@univ-amu.fr) **ESR2 – Host: University of Cambridge – Deep ocean mixing by breaking internal waves** Objectives: Understand the mixing efficiency in Oceans through the interplay between stratification and wave stirring. Expected Results: Evidence is accumulating that mixing by deep ocean turbulence exerts a leading order control on the global climate system through regulating the oceanic uptake and redistribution through irreversible turbulent mixing of heat, carbon, nutrients and other tracers. Observations of such turbulent mixing, and our ability to model it numerically, have both been extremely limited historically. However, recently major international field programs have shed light on deep ocean turbulence through state-of-the-art observations of turbulence generated by deep ocean waves that can have amplitudes measured in the tens to hundreds of meters. Computational resources are just now also becoming available to allow us to simulate such flows at adequately high resolution, and in particular to trace the ensuing mixing dynamics in space and time. An exciting opportunity is emerging to use simulations and observations in tandem to understand the physics of such turbulent mixing in detail, and thus to represent the key effects of this wave-induced mixing in climate models, which inevitably have too coarse a resolution to describe the intricate and fascinating wave-driven dynamics directly. This project will advance our under- standing of deep ocean turbulent mixing mediated by wave-breaking through an iterative combination of observational data analysis and high-resolution numerical simulations. Improving the parameterization of such turbulence is a key challenge for larger-scale predictive climate modelling, and is central to understanding transport of heat, carbon and nutrients in the oceans. _Contact_ : [cpc12@cam.ac.uk](mailto:cpc12@cam.ac.uk) **ESR3 – Host: Saint-Gobain – Mixing in granular systems** Expected Results: A crucial first step of many industrial processes (pharmaceutical, building materials, industrial beneficiary Saint-Gobain's activities such as glass forming) is the homogenization of granular raw materials. Although important progresses in the understanding of their rheology have been achieved in the last decade, the question of grain mixing has received much less attention. Recent works showed that mixing in granular materials or concentrated suspensions is strongly affected by the shear- induced self-diffusion of the grains. For simple shear flows, a description was given in terms of an effective diffusivity coefficient. The goal here is to go beyond by providing a description of mixing able to handle complex flows. This will be achieved by extending the lamellar approach of mixing to the case of granular flows. In such case, the key feature is that the diffusion coefficient is not constant, as for molecular diffusion, but depends on the grain size, the local shear rate and the local volume fraction in grains. Experiments will be performed to investigate the mixing process of large grains with a focus on the role of the flow field heterogeneities. To enhance these heterogeneities and broaden the distribution of local shear rates, we will also introduce cohesion between the grains. Objectives: Frame the lamellar approach to the description of mixing into granular systems. _Contact:_ [pierre.jop@saint-gobain.com](mailto:pierre.jop@saint-gobain.com) **ESR4 – Host: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – Mixing in multiphase, multicomponent fluid systems in confined geometries** Expected Results: Recent advances in high-resolution visualization and pore- scale flow modelling provided by the CoPeRMix network give disruptive tools to understand the fundamental mechanisms controlling flow through porous media and their upscaling to field-scale predictions. A major challenge in pore- scale modelling is the direct simulation of flows involving multicomponent mixtures with complex phase behavior. A key open question is how the interplay between mixing and multiphase flow in the tightly confined pore space of reservoir rocks controls the phase behavior, potentially deviating from the idealized calculations based on thermodynamic equilibrium. To address this question, we will begin by simulating flow of partially miscible two-component two-phase (gas-liquid) mixtures in Hele-Shaw cells. We will characterize the structure of the velocity field induced by interface dynamics and mass transfer. We anticipate that fingering and break- up instabilities may lead to chaotic mixing conditions in the liquid phase. We will also explore the emergence of metastable states of fluid mixtures in porous media systems and propose modified flash calculations to upscale our results to field-scale flow models. Objectives: Characterize the role of interface dynamics and interfacial mass transport in mixing and stirring at the pore scale. Determine the impact of mixing on multicomponent fluid mixtures in porous media. _Contact:_ [luis.cueto@upm.es](mailto:luis.cueto@upm.es) **ESR5 – Host: Université de Rennes 1 – Impact of pore structures on mixing dynamics** Expected Results: The large diversity of subsurface porous media (sedimentary layers, soils, rocks) that host water and energy resources is inherited from long-term geological processes. These heterogeneities and anisotropies in the pore structure drive macroscale solute dispersion, mixing and reaction. Recent experimental breakthroughs obtained by the CoPeRMix teams have enabled the first quantification of mixing dynamics in random monodisperse bead packs rendered transparent by optical index matching, providing an experimental proof of the chaotic behavior of fluid stirring in porous media. The key question to address now is whether these results apply to a larger class of porous media. To investigate these questions, fundamental to key applications involving solute mixing (e.g., contaminant transport, CO2 sequestration, biogeochemical reactions), the PhD candidate will extend the optical techniques developed in the CoPeRMix network to a range of multiscale porous media including: polydisperse bead packs, packs of crushed materials and upscaled transparent models of real rocks in order to derive their scale dependent stirring laws. The expected results will contribute directly to CoPeRMix output 2 by documenting the impact of the complexity in pore structure of real rock and sedimentary morphologies on the dynamics of solute mixing. Objectives: Quantify the impact of the complex pore structures upon fluid stretching laws and reactive mixing. _Contact:_ [tanguy.le-borgne@univ-rennes1.fr](mailto:tanguy.le-borgne@univ- rennes1.fr) **ESR6 – Host: CNRS – A new Soft-Mixer to optimize bioreactors** Objectives: Characterize mixing in a soft mixer in order to maximize transport while minimizing shear. Expected Results: Large output growing of biological cells is difficult because cells need a large supply of oxygen (hence large mixing rates) but they are killed by large shear strains. Thus, bioreactors require efficient mixing yet very smooth stirring. Such a “soft mixer”, inspired by the precession of the Earth, has recently been proposed in a patent, which is currently tested for algae growth by a local start-up company. The bioreactor consists of a cylindrical container rotating slowly around its axis. The flow is forced by the motion of the free surface with respect to the cylinder due to the small angle between the axis and the vertical. This generates a strong resonance of the flow leading to a large increase of scalar transport, while decreasing the small-scale shear. The goal of the project is to improve the fundamental knowledge on mixing in this simple configuration which can be tuned to generate a 3D laminar or a turbulent flow. The mixing characteristics (stirring law, mixing times, concentration distributions) of the “soft mixer” will be investigated using Laser Induced Fluorescence measurements. In parallel, the flow will be characterized through PIV measurements (mean velocities and shear, PDF of velocity and shear) and described analytically using the eigen modes of rotating fluids. The mixing properties will then be recovered using a new numerical technique based on diffusive lagrangian tracers. _Contact:_ [Emmanuel.villermaux@univ-amu.fr](mailto:Emmanuel.villermaux@univ- amu.fr) and [Patrice.meunier@univ-amu.fr](mailto:Patrice.eunier@univ-amu.fr) **ESR7 – Host: CSIC – Impact of Structure on Mixing and Dispersion Dynamics in Heterogeneous Porous Media** Objectives: Link medium heterogeneity to flow deformation and mixing; derive regional scale dispersive mixing model. **Position not available anymore** **ESR8 – Host: CSIC – Convective mixing in heterogeneous porous media** Objectives: Quantify the effect of heterogeneity on stirring and mixing of fluids under convective instabilities. **Position not available anymore** **ESR9 – Host: Amphos21 – Mixing and precipitation patterns linked to groundwater evaporation in arid environments** The research objective of the PhD project ESR 09 is to identify and characterize mineral precipitation patterns linked to groundwater evaporation in arid environments and their spatial and temporal evolution using reactive transport modelling techniques. Evaporation in arid environments leads to the salinization of soils, which is one of the processes of soil degradation contributing to land desertification. Physically, the evaporated groundwater becomes denser and generates density-driven convective flow fields. Chemically, the evaporated water becomes saturated in carbonate minerals, gypsum and, eventually, halite. Precipitated calcium carbonate forms a hard, calcareous cement known as caliche, which changes the hydraulic properties of the soil. The precipitation patterns of these minerals can only be understood by the interplay between evaporation, convective flow, mixing and reactions. An experimental and numerical approach is proposed. First, numerical models to simulate groundwater flow and mixing in highly evaporative environments will be performed. The simulations will be used to design experiments in 2D tank experiments or Hele-Shaw cells to be performed in EAWAG and at ULB. A reactive transport model will be developed to replicate the flow and reactivity patterns observed in the experiments. The temporal dynamics and spatial patterns of flow and reactivity will be investigated to predict the formation of mineral crusts, define desertification indicators and the critical time under which the process becomes irreversible and to design mitigation strategies. Objectives: Identify and characterize mineral precipitation patterns linked to groundwater evaporation in arid environments and their spatial and temporal evolution using reactive transport modelling techniques. _Contact:_ [elena.abarca@amphos21.com](mailto:elena.abarca@amphos21.com) **ESR10 – Host: TUIL – Entrainment and turbulent mixing at the interface of atmospheric clouds** Objectives: Understand the impact of turbulent mixing of clear air with humid air on the broadening of the cloud droplet size distribution and thus on the initialization of rain formation. **Position not available anymore** **ESR11 – Host: Université Libre de Bruxelles – Reactive mixing in porous media** Expected Results: Our objective is to understand by combined experimental and theoretical analysis how flow conditions can influence the mixing of reactive species in simple bimolecular A+B->C fronts. The ESR will first study in Brussels how the properties of A+B->C fronts can be modulated in a radial flow in empty horizontal Hele-Shaw (HS) cells. In particular, experiments and modelling will analyze the influence of dispersion and possible buoyancy- or viscosity-driven mixing effects within the gap of the cell on scaling for the location and width of the front as well as for the reaction rate. In a second step, the situation of quasi-2D porous media will be considered by filling the Hele-Shaw cell with obstacles in order to see how geometric constraints affect the mixing scaling laws obtained in an empty cell. The more complicated 3D porous medium case will finally be tackled by studying the properties for A+B->C fronts in 3D packing of beads with index matching techniques. The study interacts with ESRs 7, 8, 9 for mixing and reaction in complex geometries. Objectives: Theoretical and experimental study of the impact of advective mixing on the yield of the reaction A+B->C. _Contact :_ [adewit@ulb.ac.be](mailto:adewit@ulb.ac.be) **ESR12 - Host: Université Libre de Bruxelles – Chemical control of interfacial hydrodynamic instabilities** Expected Results: ESR12 will investigate numerically and theoretically the conditions in which a simple bimolecular A+B- >C reaction can actively tune mixing by changing the spatiotemporal properties of hydrodynamic convective instabilities triggered by changes in density, in viscosity or in permeability. She/he will compare control methods in reactive and non- reactive cases by performing a theoretical analysis of the stabilizing or destabilizing effects of the reaction on the spatial profile of the physical property (density, viscosity, permeability) at the origin of the hydrodynamic instability considered. The objective is to obtain the general common denominator in the form of this profile needed to target the flow mixing control strategy to be devised. On the basis of this general control strategy, numerical simulations of CO2 convective dissolution triggered by density changes, viscous fingering induced by viscosity gradients and precipitation patterns controlled by spatial variations of permeability will be devised to check the validity of the general approach. An overall unifying theory will ultimately be developed. Objectives: Analyze theoretically how chemical reactions can actively influence mixing by modifying, creating or suppress- ing a hydrodynamic instability at the interface between two fluids. _Contact :_ [adewit@ulb.ac.be](mailto:adewit@ulb.ac.be) **ESR13 – Host: UNESCO – Learning to navigate in complex odor landscapes** Expected Results: Odor-guided navigation is inherently difficult because turbulent air flow mixes the relevant chemical signal with clean air and with other background signals, resulting in a highly dynamic and complex odor landscape. Besides the immediate interest in animal behavior, understanding the principles of olfactory search and navigation stands at the basis of applications ranging from the localization of the source of dangerous substances to ecological control of vector-borne diseases. In the first stage, the problem of locating an odor source will be framed as a Reinforcement Learning problem and optimal solutions will be sought. This will also require answering the question about which is the most efficient representation of the olfactory landscape that the searcher must adopt for a given goal. Then we will turn to the problem of telling apart and reaching several distant sources which emit different odor blends, and we will also address the problem of cooperative olfactory search by many interacting agents. Objectives: Attack the problem of olfactory navigation building upon the recent successful application of Reinforcement Learning to bird soaring in turbulent environments _Contact :_ [celani@ictp.it](mailto:celani@ictp.it) **ESR14 – Host: Université de Rennes 1 – Bacterial growth and competition in scalar mixtures** Expected Results: In natural environments, bacteria play a major role in triggering chemical reactions, producing catalysts or degrading contaminants. The vast majority of bacteria live in complex fluid environments, such as porous media or turbulent flows, where heterogeneous nutrients and redox landscapes are shaped by flows and transport processes. Bacterial growth laws generally describe bacterial development in well mixed and homogeneous environment. Yet, bacterial activity in soils is known to occur at well identified biogeochemical hot spots and mixing interfaces. It consequently depends on the joint probability of concentrations of nutrients that mix across interfaces. Recent theoretical breakthroughs have allowed the quantification of the joint probability of concentration in complex scalar fields. Based on these new insights, the ESR will develop microfluidics measurements of bacterial growth in concentration gradients representative of porous media and turbulent flows to investigate the spatial patterns and temporal dynamics of bacteria populations in scalar mixtures. Results will be integrated into a mechanistic model linking mixing dynamics, chemical gradients and microbial growth and competition. Objectives: Understand and model the spatial patterns, growth dynamics and competition of bacteria in heterogeneous scalar fields composed of electron donors and acceptors originating from different sources _Contact :_ [tanguy.le-borgne@univ-rennes1.fr](mailto:tanguy.le-borgne@univ- rennes1.fr) **ESR15 – Host: EAWAG – Chemotactic strategies in heterogeneous concentration fields** Expected Results: Chemotactic bacteria, which often develop in complex environments such as soils, move and develop according to the local concentration field of nutrient. To better understand chemotactic strategies within heterogeneous chemical landscapes, we propose an experiment allowing simultaneous visualization of nutrient concentration and bacterial trajectories. The goals are to characterize bacterial search strategies under sporadic nutrient signals and understand the contribution of motility to bacterial residence times in complex environments. To this end different fluorescent labels for bacteria and nutrient will allow tracking of individual bacteria and the concentration field. We will also develop a theoretical model which will greatly improve our ability to predict mixing in these complex systems by accounting both for the spatial bacterial distributions and the residence times. The comparison between chemotactic and non-chemotactic strains will high- light the impact of chemotaxis on residence time distribution of bacteria. Segmentation of the concentration field will be used to identify the chemotactic strategies above and below the bacterial nutrient detection limit. Objectives: Define the chemotactic strategy in fragmented/intermittent concentration fields and its impact on bacterial residence time distribution in porous media _Contact :_ [joaquin.jimenez@eawag.ch](mailto:joaquin.jimenez@eawag.ch) Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T23:00:00+02:00 France website
347 Link University professorship for Conservation and Restauration The following position at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna is advertised: **University professorship** in accordance with § 98 Austrian University Act 2002 (Universitätsgesetz 2002) for the subject Conservation and Restau-ration with a focus on Object – Wood at the Institute for Conservation-Restoration at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. This professorship is offered full time for a period of five years starting 1 October 2022. The training at the Institute for Conservation – Restoration combines theory and practice in close cooperation with the artistic as well as cultural and natural science institutes of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and with a view to the stra-tegic priorities of the Academy in the field of sustainability and decolonization. Applicants are expected to have expertise in the conservation-restoration of mounted and unmounted wooden objects. This also includes the treatment of historical ensembles as well as contemporary room furnishings in the field of histor-ic preservation. **Conditions of employment:** • a completed university degree in conservation-restauration with doctorate or proof of equivalent scientific aptitude • outstanding artistic, practical and theoretical qualification for the subject to be filled • leadership experience and management skills: planning, organizational, and management skills to be demonstrated, for example, through the management of major conservation and research projects • experience at an international level in practical conservation-restoration, in organizing congresses and workshops, and in managing research projects and soliciting external funding • experience in research-related collaboration with museums and collections • several years of teaching experience, preferably in higher education • ability to work in an interdisciplinary manner, to develop solutions together and by division of labor, as well as teamwork, conflict resolution, and communication skills • willingness to take on organizational tasks, both in academic self- administration (e.g. in committees) and in matters of study operations • willingness to choose Vienna as the center of your life • excellent knowledge of German and very good knowledge of English; lectures are held in German. • gender-, discrimination-critical and intercultural competence and the ability to deal with the applicable regula-tions and objectives regarding equality and anti-discrimination at the Academy. **Desired qualifications:** • broad knowledge of artistic materials and historical technologies • reflective, mediating and critical competence in the fields of methodology and documentation • further development of the subject area object – focus on wood towards conservation-restoration of cul-tural goods in monument preservation • experience in interdisciplinary cooperation in the context of monument conservation projects • ability and knowledge to develop innovative approaches in the conservation- restoration of cultural goods made of wood in the preservation of monuments and implementation of new innovative and forward-looking methods in teaching and research • willingness and ability to take on organizational tasks The teaching commitment includes individual artistic lessons of 16 hours per week in the central artistic subject Con-servation-Restoration. The monthly gross salary according to the collective agreement for university employees in salary group A1 is currently Euro 5,321.7. The willingness to pay above collective agreement – depending on qualification profile – is given. The application must be accompanied by a written concept for the positioning and further development of the major in the advertised field of study (max. 7 pages) as well as a curriculum vitae, letter of motivation and list of publications. Interested parties please apply by 29 October 2021 to: **[www.akbild.ac.at/jobs](http://www.akbild.ac.at/jobs)** The Academy of Fine Arts Vienna strives to increase the proportion of women and strongly requests applications from qualified women. Furthermore, the Academy strives to create application and working conditions that are as accessible as possible. In this context, the Academy actively supports the application of people with disabilities. Applicants can contact the Human Resources Department or the Academy's disability representatives in advance. Applicants are not entitled to compensation for travel and accommodation expenses incurred in connection with the admission procedure. Arts Full-time 2021-10-29T23:00:00+02:00 Austria website
348 Link PhD / Postdoc / Senior Researcher in Wireless Communications and Networking Various PhD, Postdoc and Senior Researcher Positions in Wireless Communications and Future Networks are available at the Communication Systems Department, EURECOM, France. Successful candidates will pursue fundamental research on goal-oriented communications for future intelligent networked systems, with applications ranging from smart IoT and real-time networking to autonomous systems and cyber-physical systems. Research topics include, but are not limited to, Communication and Information Theory, Goal-Oriented Signal Processing, Intelligent Distributed Systems, and Networked Control. Positions are funded within the ERC Consolidator Grant SONATA (). **Location** EURECOM is among the top European Graduate Schools in Information Science (). It is located in the heart of the French Riviera, inside the multi-cultural Silicon Valley of Europe (Tech Park Sophia-Antipolis). English is the official language of the university. The PhD degree is awarded from Sorbonne University. **Required skills and knowledge** * Strong mathematical background. * Excellent analytical, technical and problem solving skills * Solid knowledge on at least one of the following areas: communication and information theory, signal processing, wireless networking, optimization, applied mathematics, theoretical computer science. * Strong publication record in top-notch conferences and journals (for experienced researchers). * Very good interpersonal, organization, and communication skills. **How to Apply** Please send your application directly to Prof. Marios Kountouris (kountour@eurecom.fr). **Application shall include:** * Detailed CV. * Short statement describing your motivation, area of interest, and experience with related topics. * Contact information for three references. The positions will remain open until filled. **Salary:** Competitive salary (commensurate with qualifications and experience) and social benefits package are offered. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
349 Link PhD candidate Quantitative information about the molecules that participate in the basic processes of life, ideally in a physiological context, are key to understanding the physical principles that underly cellular organization and function. Self-association, oligomerization and/or aberrant aggregation is crucial for the (dys-)function of many proteins. However, access to molecular copy numbers and live cell studies of structure-function relationships at enhanced resolution in 3D are not yet generally available. Super-resolution optical fluctuation microscopy (SOFI) provides a promising alternative for extracting sub-diffraction information about molecular densities and properties of fluorescent probes. SOFI is readily usable at high label densities and moderate laser powers, which are favorable conditions for live cell imaging. In this project, you will turn SOFI into a robust tool for measuring molecule numbers and reading of fluorescence blinking-based probes/sensors in 3D with the help of simulations and experiments with DNA & protein-based standards _in vitro_ and in (live) cells. You will evaluate organic dyes and fluorescent proteins and also explore new classes of fluorophores. This includes different flavors of so-called self-blinking dyes. You will also use these spontaneously fluctuating dyes (no need for chemicals or high-power lasers) to push multicolor live-cell SOFI to higher resolution and to 3D time-lapse imaging. You will be an integral part of our team and have the opportunity to build a state of-the-art 3D multicolor super-resolution microscope. Your work will also include collaborating on quantitative super-resolution microscopy (PALM/STORM/SOFI) within the Department of Bionanoscience and beyond! Depending on your scientific profile and interests, the specific focus of the project can be adjusted. Physics Not Applicable 2021-09-02T01:59:59+02:00 Netherlands website
350 Link PhD candidate Many diseases are associated with the formation of aberrant protein aggregates, yet controlled oligomerization provides advantages for biological structure and function. Among them are neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s or Huntington’s that are to date incurable and pose one of the grand challenges for society. Despite tremendous progress it remains unclear what causes neuronal toxicity. Different types of assemblies (oligomers, fibrils, amyloid-like aggregates, …) have been identified, but the underlying molecular mechanisms of formation remain elusive. Phase transitions are suggested to play a key role in protein aggregation of intrinsically disordered proteins such as Huntingtin. Still, direct evidence of these transitions in patient brains is missing. What role, if any, does liquid- liquid phase separation play in neurodegeneration? What molecular and cellular determinants influence these transitions? To answer these questions, a better definition of the structural and functional features of protein assemblies is necessary, including their material properties. Exploring different Huntington’s model systems, from _in vitro_ to neuronal cells will provide maximal insight. You will use our imaging toolbox and other nanotechnology available in the department to tackle this challenge. You will also apply machine learning and correlation analysis to fully exploit our recently developed 3D quantitative phase imaging for disease monitoring. As an integral part of our team, you will have the opportunity to e.g., design new optics or to establish new synthetic cell model systems for neurodegenerative disease. We welcome applications from people with diverse backgrounds. Depending on your scientific profile and interests, the specific focus of the project can be adjusted. This project is in collaboration with Hilal Lashuel (EPFL) and Aleksandra Radenovic (EPFL). Physics Not Applicable 2021-09-02T01:59:59+02:00 Netherlands website
351 Link Post doctoral research fellow Summary Background: Immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) response rate in non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is around 30%. Patient’s immune system influences response to ICI, but the biological bases of this response heterogeneity are poorly understood. Currently, immune parameters are emerging as candidate biomarkers of response to PD1-blockade strategies (Havel Nat Rev Cancer 2019). Effector and helper T cell activation and phenotype is associated with ICI responses (Kagamu Cancer Immunol Res 2020, Huang Nature 2017, Gide Cancer Cell 2019). Additional immune populations were shown to be critical to ICI efficacy, with higher response rates in patients with tumors enriched with cytotoxic cells (CD8+ T cells, γδT cells, NK cells), helper T cells (CD4+ T cells) and depleted of MDSCs and Tregs (Kagamu Cancer Immunol Res 2020, Charengton Cell Reports 2017, Riaz Cell 2017, Sade-Feldman, Cell 2018, Modermott Nat Med 2018, Krieg Nature Med 2018). Importantly, induction of alternative immune checkpoints during treatment represents a potential mechanism of escape to ICI (Koyama Nat Com 2016; Kamphorst PNAS 2017; Kalbasi Nat Rev Immunol 2019). To date, such studies are limited in NSCLC patients. Moreover, these studies often lack external validation cohorts, especially in a real-life setting. Likewise, most of these biomarkers underperform in terms of quality of prediction (lack of sensitivity and/or specificity), which is a major concern for clinical decision making. In addition, ICI-resistance may be multifactorial. Combination of markers, signatures or scores is therefore required to gather immune parameters, clinical parameters and tumor characteristics, to improve the quality of prediction. Thereby, a full characterization of immune populations involved in primary and acquired resistance is necessary to develop sensitive, specific and robust immune signatures to predict clinical outcome in NSCLC patients treated with ICI. In this context, we propose a project of development and validation of an integrated immuno-clinical signature associated with clinical responses to ICI in NSCLC patients, using non-invasive liquid biopsies collected in a real-life setting. Additionally, understanding the biological mechanisms underlying primary and secondary resistance to treatment is an important prerequisite to improve the efficacy of ICI. Objectives: The present project aims at 1/ identifying immune biomarkers and immune signatures associated with primary or secondary resistance to ICI in patients with NSCLC 2/ identifying mechanisms of resistance to ICI. Methods: 70 patients with advanced NSCLC have been included in the Immunosup trial (NCT03595813). Peripheral blood samples have been collected at baseline and during treatment with anti-PD1 or anti-PDL1. Cytokines and soluble immune checkpoints will be analyzed using ELISA and Luminex. PBMC will be analyzed by mass cytometry (CyTOF Helios) using 3 validated panels of 40 mAb (T cells, NK cells, myeloid cells) and sc-RNA-seq (10X-genomics). Expected Results: We will validate immune signatures previously identified in retrospective NSCLC cohorts in collaboration with Thierry Fest (Hematology Department, Inserm U1236, Rennes University Hospital, France) and Edward Garon (Oncology Department, David Geffen UCLA Medical School, UCLA, USA) in the frame of the Keynote-001 trial (Rochigneux et al, Word Conference on Lung Cancer 2019 Barcelona abstr#2292; Rochigneux et al ASCO 2020 abstr#294245). sc-RNAseq analyses will enable to understand the metabolic pathways and functions of the immune candidates associated with response to ICI. Main activities The candidate will interact with different teams leading the different workpackages of the project. The overall scientific coordination of this interdisciplinary project will be ensured by Pr. Daniel Olive. Mass cytometry analysis will be performed in Daniel Olive’s lab (Paoli Calmettes Institute, Marseille, France). Philippe Rochigneux, a medical oncologist in Pr. Goncalves’ department, and Anne-Sophie Chretien, an immunologist in Pr. Olive’s department, will bridge the clinical aspects with the different workpackages. scRNAseq analyses will be performed in collaboration with Pierre Milpied (CIML, Marseille). Data analysis will be supervised by Samuel Granjeaud (bioinformatics department, CRCM, Marseille). Successful candidates will have a strong background in immunology and a solid experience in the use of bioinformatics tools for high dimensional datasets analysis. Candidates with the following skills are especially encouraged to apply. Technical skills mass cytometry sc-RNAseq Data analysis opt-SNE, UMAP, phenograph, Citrus, CellCnn, Cell Ranger pipeline / SEURAT Stream, Wishbone, Monocle Experience in programming (R and _Python_ ) is a plus. Interested applicants should send their application by email to Pr. Daniel Olive ([daniel.olive@inserm.fr](mailto:daniel.olive@inserm.fr)) with the following documents 1) Cover letter indicating current and future research interests 2) Curriculum vitae 3) Brief summary of previous research experience 4) Names and contact information for 3 references Biological sciences Full-time 2021-09-15T23:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
352 Link PH.D. Positions: 21004_Development of an integrated model to optimize the short-term operation and bidding for the secondary regulation market (aFRR) This project will be developed in collaboration with one of the leading companies in the electricity sector in Spain with an international presence. The objective is to develop an optimization model to 1) plan the short-term operation, and 2) to prepare the offers of the generators that participate in the secondary regulation market, taking into account a very detailed modelling of all the thermal and hydro generation units. This project is part of a digitization plan aimed at executing decision support models in the cloud (cloud-computing) with an input and output system connected to a Big-Data platform. The selected candidate will be in charge of the optimization module (data management and results treatment/visualization will be out of the scope of this position). The duration of the project is 1 year with the possibility of further extensions The project will be developed following the Agile methodology and the selected candidate will be integrated into a multidisciplinary work team. Requirements: Interest in applied research (optimization techniques and power systems). Preferably a master's degree in electrical engineering. Native Spanish, advanced English level, and very good academic record. Experience in model development in GAMS. Knowledge of Python will be valuable. What do we offer? Annual full-time contract for the development of research projects. In addition, training activities may be carried out. This modality allows the Research Assistant to establish a very close professional relationship with the companies with which he/she collaborates, thus nourishing his/her research with the experience accumulated during the projects. Although this modality does not necessarily require to enroll in any program, the Research Assistant can apply for a PhD during the first two years. The Research Assistant is hired each year for a maximum period of 6. If he or she is not enrolled in a PhD program the contract cannot exceed two years. The gross salary for the first year is € 24,410.00 for the year 2020. In addition, the IIT covers 90% of the cost of training activities and the Research Assistant can enjoy all the advantages offered to Comillas students (Sports, Cultural Activities, Library, etc.). Required documents: Curriculum Vitae, academic record, cover letter and two recommendation letters. Engineering Full-time 2021-10-30T10:00:00+02:00 Spain website
353 Link Postdoc for protein engineering: focus on development of genetically encoded sensors (f/m/x) **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Job description:** Helmholtz Zentrum München is a research center with the mission to discover personalized medical solutions for the prevention and therapy of environmentally triggered diseases and promote a healthier society in a rapidly changing world. At our institute you will find a scientifically stimulating international environment. Together with renowned scientists and supported by an excellent infrastructure you will have the opportunity to make an important contribution for a healthier society. The is one of 11 inter-disciplinary laboratories at the (IBMI) at the Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen (HMGU) and focuses on developing genetically encodable molecular labels and sensors for innovative imaging schemes primarily fluorescence and optoacoustic imaging. We use protein engineering to develop labels based on our research in photophysics and structure-function relationships. these labels are employed on the level of single mammalian cells as well as whole organisms. We also work on specialized screening, spectroscopy and imaging instrumentation to complement our molecular tools. We are looking for a highly motivated Postdoc for protein engineering: focus on development of genetically encoded sensors (f/m/x)100622 Full time Neuherberg near Munich Postdocs ## Your responsibilities The projects will be very divers and include methods from protein-engineering and high-throughput screening over photo-physical and structural characterization to mammalian cell culture and eventual in vivo application. The work will be conducted in close collaboration with other laboratories of the Technical University Munich (TUM) and HMGU that are leading in the respective research areas, e.g. in vivo application or protein structure elucidation. Hence, the position is an exciting interface between protein- engineering, basic photophysical research, development of molecular tools as well as imaging. ## Your qualifications * High motivation, curiosity, and commitment to scientific excellence * PhD Degree in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry or Physics * Background in chromophores, photophysics, photochemistry * Background in cell biology and molecular biology * Experience in protein engineering * Experience in high-throughput screening * Strong interest in imaging and optical spectroscopy techniques * Background in excited state photophysics, and photoisomerization processes will be appreciated as well as understanding of (protein-) environmental effects on the photophysical properties of chromophores * Background in fluorescent or chromophoric proteins will be appreciated * Team player skills and enthusiasm to work in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative environment * Excellent command of the English language ## What we offer you continuous education and training work-life balance flexible working hours & time off in lieu 30 days annual leave on-site health management service mobile work on-site nursery elder care company pension scheme discounted public transport ticket Munich, with its numerous lakes and its vicinity to the Alps, is considered to be one of the cities with the best quality of life worldwide. With its first- class universities and world-leading research institutions it offers an intellectually stimulating environment. Remuneration and social benefits are based on the collective wage agreement for public-sector employees at federal level (TV EntgO Bund). The position is (initially) limited to 3 years, but under certain circumstances an extension can be arranged. To promote diversity, we welcome applications from talented people regardless of cultural background, nationality, ethnicity, gender and sexual identity, physical abilities, religion and age until. Qualified applicants with physical disabilities will be given preference. **Interested?** If you have further questions, simply contact **Dr. André C. Stiel email:[andre.stiel@helmholtz-muenchen.de](mailto:andre.stiel@helmholtz- muenchen.de) tel.: +49 89 3187 3972**, who will be happy to be of assistance. **Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt (GmbH) Institute of Biological and Medical Imaging Ingolstädter Landstraße 1 85764 Neuherberg near Munich** Award for excellent gender equality policy for women and men. Helmholtz Zentrum München is particularly committed to promoting professional equality between women and men. It therefore aims to increase the proportion of the underrepresented sex in the respective field. The Helmholtz Zentrum München is part of the Helmholtz Association, Germany's largest scientific organization. Altogether 42.000 people currently work in its 19 scientific-technical and biological-medical research centers. The Association's annual budget amounts to around 5 billion Euros. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Medical sciences Other 2021-09-30T23:59:56+02:00 Germany website
354 Link Postdoc (f/m/x) researching photophysics of protein-based imaging labels and sensors. **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Job description:** Helmholtz Zentrum München is a research center with the mission to discover personalized medical solutions for the prevention and therapy of environmentally triggered diseases and promote a healthier society in a rapidly changing world. At our institute you will find a scientifically stimulating international environment. Together with renowned scientists and supported by an excellent infrastructure you will have the opportunity to make an important contribution for a healthier society. The is one of 11 inter-disciplinary laboratories at the (IBMI) at the Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen (HMGU) and focuses on developing genetically encodable molecular labels and sensors for innovative imaging schemes primarily fluorescence and optoacoustic imaging. We develop labels based on strategies of protein engineering building on our research in photophysics and structure-function relationships. The developed molecular tools are employed on the level of single mammalian cells as well as whole organisms. We are looking for a highly motivated Postdoc (f/m/x) researching photophysics of protein-based imaging labels and sensors.100618 Full time Neuherberg near Munich Postdocs ## Your responsibilities The candidate will work on studying the mechanisms of photophysical functioning of chromophore-bearing proteins (such as GFP-like, Bacteriophytochromes or Phycobiliproteins) using and developing spectroscopic methods. The gained insight will fuel the development of new labels and sensors on the molecular level. The candidate will bridge between the applications, the technical developments of imaging-setups and the protein engineering and support all approaches with the photophysical insight. One of our main foci are photo-switching proteins. Here the candidate will further explore and exploit their intricate and exciting mechanisms towards driving such proteins towards a use in applications – primarily optoacoustics. The work will be conducted in close collaboration with other laboratories of the (TUM) and HMGU that are leading in the respective research areas, e.g. setup building or protein structure elucidation. Hence, the position is an exciting interface between basic photophysical research, development of molecular tools as well as imaging. ## Your qualifications * High motivation, curiosity, and commitment to scientific excellence * Master Degree and Ph.D. in Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry or similar field * Background in chromophores, photophysics, photochemistry * Experience with excited state photophysics, and photoisomerization processed will be appreciated as well as understanding of (protein-) environmental effects on the photophysical properties of chromophores * Experience in optical spectroscopy techniques * Interest in imaging * Team player skills and enthusiasm to work in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative environment * Excellent command of the English language ## What we offer you continuous education and training work-life balance flexible working hours & time off in lieu 30 days annual leave on-site health management service mobile work on-site nursery elder care company pension scheme discounted public transport ticket Munich, with its numerous lakes and its vicinity to the Alps, is considered to be one of the cities with the best quality of life worldwide. With its first- class universities and world-leading research institutions it offers an intellectually stimulating environment. Remuneration and social benefits are based on the collective wage agreement for public-sector employees at federal level (TV EntgO Bund). The position is (initially) limited to 2 years, but under certain circumstances an extension can be arranged. To promote diversity, we welcome applications from talented people regardless of cultural background, nationality, ethnicity, gender and sexual identity, physical abilities, religion and age until. Qualified applicants with physical disabilities will be given preference. We are looking forward to receiving your comprehensive online application, including your letter of motivation, CV and academic transcripts of records, preferably in English. **Interested?** If you have further questions, simply contact **Dr. André C. Stiel email:[andre.stiel@helmholtz-muenchen.de](mailto:andre.stiel@helmholtz- muenchen.de) tel.: +49 89 3187 3972**, who will be happy to be of assistance. **Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt (GmbH) Institute of Biological and Medical Imaging Ingolstädter Landstraße 1 85764 Neuherberg near Munich** Award for excellent gender equality policy for women and men. Helmholtz Zentrum München is particularly committed to promoting professional equality between women and men. It therefore aims to increase the proportion of the underrepresented sex in the respective field. The Helmholtz Zentrum München is part of the Helmholtz Association, Germany's largest scientific organization. Altogether 42.000 people currently work in its 19 scientific-technical and biological-medical research centers. The Association's annual budget amounts to around 5 billion Euros. This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Medical sciences Other 2021-09-30T23:59:56+02:00 Germany website
355 Link Postdoctoral fellowship in vascular biology and extracellular vesicles A 2-year postdoctoral position in vascular biology and extracellular vesicles is available in Chantal Boulanger’lab at the Paris Cardiovascular Research Center, Inserm UMR-970. The postdoc will work on mechanisms of extracellular vesicle release and biodistribution in the context of cardiovascular disease development. The applicant, with a strong background in cell biology, molecular biology and/or pathology-physiology, should have obtained a PhD in the last 2 years. Excellent communication skills are also expected. Previous experience with extracellular vesicles would be an advantage. The appointment will start as early as June 1st, 2021. Applications will be considered as they are received and evaluated continuously until the position is filled. Interested candidates should send their CV, list of publications, motivation letter and the name of two referees to C. Boulanger ([chantal.boulanger@inserm.fr](mailto:chantal.boulanger@inserm.fr) ; email subject “Postdoc position”). More info about the lab and the research center: [http://parcc.inserm.fr](http://parcc.inserm.fr/) @parcc_inserm Medical sciences Full-time 2021-12-31T18:00:00+01:00 France e-mail
356 Link PhD topic available in synthesis, optical, electrical and optoelectronic characterization of copper nitride nanoparticles A funded PhD position is available within the topic of ‘synthesis, optical and optoelectronic characterization of copper nitride (Cu3N) nanoparticles’ A PhD topic with stipend is available at the Institute of Technology of the Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tartu, Estonia starting _**as soon as possible.**_ The project will be carried out in the Nanotechnology and Materials Science group found in the Energy Applications Engineering Chair. The Institute has an international research profile. This PhD project consists of synthesizing copper nitride (Cu3N) nanoparticles by soft chemical routes. The candidate will be affiliated to the Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology work group at the Institute of Technology. The ideal candidate should have experience in nanoparticle synthesis via chemical routes. He or she should be well versed with characterization techniques such as XRD, UV-Vis spectroscopy, PL spectroscopy, FT-IR, SEM, TEM, I-V and C-V characterization. A background in nanomaterial synthesis and optical and electrical characterization is required. The candidate should preferably have experience in device fabrication. For this, a background in physics, physical chemistry, nanotechnology or materials science is essential. Previous publications and research experience are highly relevant for this application. We are looking for a highly motivated candidate who will be enrolled as a full time PhD student for four years. During the PhD, the student will also need to carry out research related visits to other laboratory in France and Portugal. He or she will also have the opportunity to visit other laboratories (funding available from project funds, Erasmus and DORA programs) and attend summer schools and international conferences within the context of his or her PhD program. The University is located in the city of Tartu in Estonia. It offers an appealing working environment and interesting activities to students. The student hostel is located next to the Institute. Tartu is a University town in the South of Estonia offering several student activities the whole year round. For further details, all interested candidates are welcome to contact at the soonest Prof. Protima Rauwel ([protima.rauwel@emu.ee](mailto:protima.rauwel@emu.ee)) _Please Note:_ _Due to the large number of applications, we are not able to reply individually. Suitable applicants will be contacted personally within 3 weeks of their applying to the position._ Chemistry Full-time 2021-09-18T00:00:00+02:00 Estonia e-mail
357 Link Professorship in the field of Neurobiology at the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA) The [Neurobiology group](http://phdneurobiology.sissa.it/eng/research- areas.aspx) of the International School for Advanced Studies ([SISSA](http://www.sissa.it)) launches an international call to invite expressions of interest from qualified scientists in the field of Neurobiology - and in particular in electrophysiology, imaging and molecular neurobiology - in view of the possible opening of a Professor position in 2021. Women scientists are encouraged to apply. We are looking for candidates with a proven record of research achievements, a clear potential to promote and lead research activities, and a specific interest in training and supervising PhD students. Lab space and start-up funds will be commensurate with the appointment. Shared facilities include cell culture rooms, confocal microscopes, atomic force microscope, and optical tweezers. SISSA encourages fruitful exchanges between neurobiologists and other scientists including physicists and mathematicians. Expressions of interest should be addressed by e-mail to the following address: [search_prof@sissa.it](mailto:search_prof@sissa.it) Applications should include a full CV, a brief description of current research interests and all relevant information about the applicant. Knowledge of Italian is not required as research and teaching are always done in English. There is no specific deadline for the application, and the selection process will continue until a successful candidate has been identified. As a result of this enquiry, it will be decided whether or not to fill a position, and to offer or activate the recruitment procedure. Neurosciences Full-time 2021-12-31T00:00:00+01:00 Italy e-mail
358 Link Research Fellow – Embedded Processors and Digital Design Research (Ref.03.21.11) Research Fellow – Embedded Processors and Digital Design Research (Ref.03.21.11) Type of contract: Limited duration Research Centre: International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory – INL Number of vacancies: 1 Duty Station: Braga, Portugal Career Stage: Up to 3 years after PhD Open Date for Applications: March 30th, 2021 Closing Date for Applications: August 31st, 2021, 23h00m (Lisbon Time) The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory – INL (), was founded under an international legal framework to perform interdisciplinary research and to deploy and articulate nanotechnology for the benefit of society. INL aims to become the world-wide hub for nanotechnology addressing society’s grand challenges in Aging & Wellbeing and Mobility & Urban Living and developing a Safe & Secure Society. This call is related to the Scientific Research and Technological Development Projects identified hereunder, which are cofunded by Horizon 2020 (H2020) and National Funds through the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Project specifications: This project is funded by H2020 under the ECSEL programme (a) Name of the project: Moore4Medical (b) Reference number: H2020-ECSEL-2019-IA-876190 (c)Scientific Area: Electrical, Electronics or Physics Engineering (d)Description: The project addresses emerging medical applications and technologies that offer significant new opportunities for the Electronic Systems & Components (ECS) industry including: bioelectronic medicines, organ- on-chip, drug adherence monitoring, smart ultrasound, radiation free interventions and continuous monitoring. The new technologies will help fighting the increasing cost of healthcare by: reducing the need for hospitalization, helping to develop personalized therapies, and realizing intelligent point-of-care diagnostic tools. Description of the functions and key primary responsibilities: The Research Fellow will become part of the System Engineering Group. She/he will be assigned the following working plan: * Design and development of Embedded processors (ARM or RISC-V); * CMOS digital design and its integration with the analog components; * Tapeout, Test & characterization of fabricated devices; * Participate in the writing of grant applications; * Writing of scientific reports to be published. Specific Eligibility Conditions: Candidates must meet the following conditions, as they are required by the nature of the duties the candidate will be required to perform: \- PhD Degree in Electrical, Electronics or Physics Engineering or any other relevant field; \- Relevant experience in Digital Circuit Design; \- Ability to develop from top to bottom complex designs that require sensor sampling, signal processing and data transmission including the analog models that interface sensors (MEMS, magnetic and gas sensors); \- Relevant experience in embedded processor design (hardware/software) targeting RISC-V or ARM; \- Experience in Verilog or VHDL hardware coding and simulation; \- Experience in CMOS digital design flow using Synopsys or Cadence EDA tools (Synthesis and P&R); \- Past experience in working with international and cross-functional teams. The call describes the requirements in terms of qualifications and professional experience deemed appropriate for the position. If a candidate has additional qualifications and professional experience, they can only be recruited at the job category and profile specified. Applications that not meet these conditions will not be considered. Supervision: The work plan will be developed at the INL under the scientific guidance of João Piteira. The successful candidate will be integrated in the Systems Engineering Group. Selection Committee: The selection of candidates will be carried out by a Selection Committee consisting of the following persons: 1) João Piteira 2) Dr. Carlos Marques 3) Dr. Hugo Oliveira 4) Rita Milhazes - Human Resources Duration of the contract The total duration of the employment contract shall be 20 months and may be renewed based on the performance of the individual. In any case the contract cannot exceed the duration of the project. The expected starting date is September/October 2021. General Eligibility conditions, required qualifications and expertise: Candidates must comply with the following requirements: 1. Hold a PhD Degree within the field of the selected vacancy; 2. Be a Portuguese citizen, a European Union citizen, a non-European Union Citizen, or a stateless person with a scientific and professional curriculum that demonstrates an appropriate profile for the activity to be performed; 3. Fluency in English is required. Supporting Documents: Candidates must enclose the following supporting documents in pdf format, failing which the application will not be considered: (a) Cover letter in English; (b) Curriculum Vitae in English; (c) Official transcripts of all relevant academic degrees; (d) At least one recommendation letter; (e) Recognition of academic degrees (only academic degrees awarded by non- Portuguese higher education institutions)*. * The selected candidates with an academic degree granted by a non-Portuguese higher education institution must present, for hiring purposes, the certificate of recognition of that degree(s), issued by the Portuguese Directorate General for Higher Education or by a Portuguese Public Higher Education Institution. Regarding this issue, please consult the website of the Portuguese Directorate General for Higher Education: . At the application stage, the supporting document(s) mentioned in paragraph (e) [Recognition of academic degrees (only academic degrees awarded by non- Portuguese higher education institutions)], may be replaced by a Declaration of Honour [(Template)](https://inlint- my.sharepoint.com/:w:/g/personal/rita_milhazes_inl_int/EfgoigNNjaRIok_ybYcNOeIBry5VD4G46yQRATla3cgu4w?e=ZBeldc "\(Template\)") from the candidate. In this case, the application of the candidate will be provisionally accepted provided the following conditions shall be satisfied: 1. The Declaration of Honour should state facts only prior to the application. If the information on the Declaration of Honour differs from the certificate of recognition submitted at stage of preparing the contract, only this last one is considered; 2. The Certificate of Recognition issued by the competent Portuguese Authority is always required at the stage of preparing the contract; 3. The Certificate of Recognition matches the information considered in the evaluation stage. Evaluation process: The evaluation process will follow a three-stage process: 1\. Candidate eligibility check Only full applications will be considered. The applicant will be responsible for the data submission and validation. The application language is English. Applications that do not meet the eligibility conditions will not be considered. 2\. Assessment of the Research Experience of the Candidate The selection of candidates shall be made by means of an assessment of the research experience within the framework of the Project, which shall focus on the relevance, quality and up-to-date of the following items: * Scientific and Technological Production (‘STP’); * Applied and Practice-based Research Activities (‘RA’); * Activities related to the Dissemination of Knowledge (‘DK’); * Activities related to the Management of Science, Technology and Innovation programmes (‘MSTI’). The research experience will be assessed according to the following criteria: * STP (65%): Academic Qualifications (AQ) – 10%; Research Quality (RQ) – 40%; Impact and Efectiveness (IE) – 15%; * RA (15%): Research Coordination (RC) – 5%; Development, operation and maintenance of core facilities “instrumentation and/or equipment” (DOM) – 2%; organisation of conferences, symposia and scientific cooperation activities (OCSS) - 2 %; teaching activities “advanced courses or university” (TA) – 3%; research stays and internships (RSI) – 3%; * DK (5%): Transfer to other areas of society (TS) – 3%; promotion of the public understanding of science (PPUS) – 2%; * MSTI (5%): Development of Laboratory facilities, management of research groups (DFMG) – 3%; evaluation of STI activities (EA) – 2%. This criteria will have a total valuation of 90%. The minimum threshold for this stage is 60%. The top four ranked candidates will be shortlisted for interview, provided however that they pass the threshold mentioned above. 3\. Interview(s) Interviews will be conducted through web conference or face-to-face meetings, as may be deemed appropriate. This criterion will have a total valuation of 10%. Assessment: The Selection Committee will draw up the minutes of the R&S process in which candidates will be ranked according to their evaluation scores. Approval and formal offer: Successful applicants will be offered the corresponding positions. How to apply: The application is made online. Please click on the 'Apply for this job' button. For the application to be valid, the candidate must complete all required sections of the online application form as well as submit all required documents. What we offer: * Social Security costs to be paid by INL; * Work Accidents insurance costs to be paid by INL, to provide coverage for work accidents and invalidity benefits; * Health insurance with excellent coverage; * Tax Benefit: The personnel working at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory are exempt from national income taxes so the only deduction from their part of the salary will be 11 % for social security and 12% for an internal tax; * A family allowance of 160€/month for staff members that are married or that are living under the status of “common-law couple” and/or have any dependent child; * A child allowance of 200€/month for each dependent child; * Free Nursery Service at INL campus (subject to availability); * Support for Education fees of dependent children; * Depending on the place of residence, INL covers 100% of travel expenses for all family members. Financial Benefits: INL offers an attractive financial package appropriate to an international research organization composed by a gross monthly Remuneration of 2600.00€ paid in 12 installments. Due to INL special legal status as intergovernmental organization, financial benefits are exempt for national income tax. Apart from the salary, INL may offer, depending on the personal situation, additional allowances and benefits for families and non-residents. Applicable legal and regulatory framework, taking into consideration the international status of the Organisation: The contract will be subject to the INL’s Staff Rules, as amended from time to time, as well as to all other relevant instructions issued by the Organisation. For this purpose, a copy of the Staff Rules shall be provided. The contract may also be supplemented by the terms and conditions of the Financing Contract between the Organisation and the FCT governing the implementation of the FCT Project. Disputes between the Organisation and the Employed Member of the Personnel shall be settled in accordance with the INL´s Staff Rules. Notification of results: Each candidate notified via email of the result of their individual application. If the first candidate refuses the offer, the Human Resources will send an offer to the second candidate on the ranking, and so on until the vacancy is filled. We highly value the interest shown from applicants wishing to become a part of the INL experience. It is important for us to maintain good communications with candidates. No matter the outcome of the application, we always send the applicant an answer. Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Principle: INL promotes a non-discrimination and equal access policy, wherefore no candidate can be privileged, benefited, impaired or deprived of any rights whatsoever, or be exempt of any duties based on their ancestry, age, sex, sexual preference, marital status, family and economic conditions, instruction, origin or social conditions, genetic heritage, reduced work capacity, disability, chronic illness, nationality, ethnic origin or race, origin territory, language, religion, political or ideological convictions and union membership. Helpdesk: Applicants can receive support regarding applications to this positions via e-mail: [hr.services@inl.int](mailto:hr.services@inl.int) Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Portugal website
359 Link Post-Doc Positions In Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology And Biophysics POST DOC positions available @ CNR Institute of Nanotechnology Lecce Project TITAN: Nanotechnology for cancer immunotherapy Titan project will target Immunotherapy with genetically engineered T cells. Immunotherapy has achieved some spectacular success in clinical trials, but it is currently very expensive. This is partly due to the fact that it’s a highly personalized therapy and can’t be achieved by mass production. A key need is the widespread availability of small‐scale bioreactors providing in‐process monitoring. TITAN aims to the continuous sampling of critical quality attributes, in order to quickly recognize deviations from the desired range and take appropriated corrective actions of process parameters, for an optimal outcome. To achieve its aims, TITAN will develop sophisticated microfluidic and sensing tools for the accurate and efficient manufacturing of hybrid polymeric devices for medical applications. A major innovative aspect will be the integration of both sample preparation and of the different analytical modules into a fully automated platform that can be conveniently accessed by end users. A second TITAN aim is the development of efficient strategies for non‐viral transduction of synthetic receptors into primary T cells. Current available methods rely on retro‐ or lentiviral vectors, which are efficient, but relatively costly and laborious to prepare for mass production purposes. TITAN will develop cheaper and efficient synthetic nanovectors in combination with minigenes that do not require chromosomal integration, hence abolish the risks of insertional mutagenesis. To fulfil these activities TITAN will recruit post-doc researchers (proposed salary: up to 39 k€/year on the basis of the profile) with the following professional skills: * Analytical chemist or similar with experience in electrochemical methods for sensor characterization and measurements and expertise in chemical functionalization of microdevices; * Biologist or similar with expertise in cell culture methods with skills in immunology/immunotherapy in cancer research; * Electronic engineer or similar with experience in sensor micro- /nanofabrication and clean room processes; * Materials scientist/mechanical engineer or similar for polymeric microfluidic microfabrication and rapid prototyping (skills in CAD/CAM design, 3D printing, micromilling); * Electronic engineer or similar with electronic circuit design knowledge (analysing, designing, testing) * Materials Chemist or similar with experience in biopolymers synthesis/characterization and develop of non-viral nanovectors for gene delivery; * Biologist or similar with experience in transfection methods and immunotherapy; * Molecular biologist or similar for manipulation of constructs for protein expression and SELEX technology. Working place: CNR NANOTEC – Institute of Nanotechnology – Lecce, via per Monteroni c/o Campus Ecotekne For information: [titan@nanotec.cnr.it](mailto:titan@nanotec.cnr.it) [giuseppe.gigli@unisalento.it](mailto:giuseppe.gigli@unisalento.it) Engineering Full-time 2021-08-31T19:00:00+02:00 Italy e-mail
360 Link Several Fully Funded PhD Positions in Data Engineering for Data Science (DEDS) The newly funded H2020 Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Actions European Joint Doctorate DEDS is recruiting several PhD students (Early-Stage Researchers). **Application deadline** : Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled. However, priority will be given to applications submitted by Sunday, May 9th, 2021. We encourage excellent candidates to apply early to maximize chances that their first ESR choices will still be available. **Starting date** : Fall 2021 ## Data Engineering for Data Science (DEDS) Data is a key asset in modern society. Data Science, which focuses on deriving valuable insight and knowledge from raw data, is indispensable for any economic, governmental, and scientific activity. Data Engineering provides the data ecosystem (i.e., data management pipelines, tools, and services) that makes Data Science possible. The European Joint Doctorate in "Data Engineering for Data Science" (DEDS) is designed to develop education, research, and innovation at the intersection of Data Science and Data Engineering. Its core objective is to provide holistic support for the end-to-end management of the full lifecycle of data, from capture to exploitation by data scientists. DEDS is a 3-year doctoral program based on a co-tutelle model. A complementary set of 15 joint doctoral projects focus on the main aspects of holistic management of the full data lifecycle. Each doctoral project is co-supervised by two institutions and includes a secondment in a partner organization, which grounds the research in practice and validate the proposed solutions. DEDS delivers innovative training comprising technical and transversal courses, four jointly organized summer and winter schools, as well as dissemination activities including open science events and a final conference. Upon graduation, a joint degree from the universities of the co-tutelle will be awarded. DEDS operates under the Horizon 2020 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks European Joint Doctorate (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2020) framework. It is jointly organized by: * Universite Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) * Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (Spain) * Aalborg Universitet (Denmark) * Athena Research and Innovation Centre (Greece) Partner organizations from research, industry, and the public sector prominently contribute to the program by training students and providing secondments in a wide range of domains including Energy, Finance, Health, Transport, and Customer Relationship and Support. The PhD positions are fully funded under a single, 3-year employment contract, which also provides social security coverage, holiday rights, parental leave rights, pension provision, health-care insurance, and accident coverage at work. An extra mobility allowance and a family allowance will also be provided. For more details on each position, eligibility criteria, and the application process, please visit the DEDS Website: ## Research Positions The following ESR positions are available, for details please refer to the [DEDS website](https://deds.ulb.ac.be/#Topics). ESR 1.2: Traceability in big data processing ESR 2.1: Transparent in-situ data processing ESR 2.3: Model-based storage for time series ESR 2.6: Physical optimisation for large scale, DS workloads ESR 3.2: Synopses-driven data integration & federated learning ESR 3.3: Unified information extraction for data preparation ESR 4.2: Scalable model selection in stream settings Computer science Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Belgium website
361 Link PhD student on Medical Imaging / Medical Physics / Biomedical Engineering Within an European Transnational Project EraPerMEd (France, Spain, Italy) we are hiring a PhD student for developing methods for personalized planning in Radiotherapy. PerPlanRT _Pe_ rsonalized _Plan_ ning in _R_ adio _T_ herapy Through Integrative Modeling of Local Dose Effect and New Dosimetric Constraints Radiotherapy for prostate cancer (PC) involves irradiation not only of the target volume but also of portions of healthy neighboring Organs at Risk (OaR) such as bladder, rectum or penile bulb. RT-induced morbidity of sexual, urinary, or rectal nature can arise, impacting Quality of life (QoL). RT protocols are currently optimized on the former assumptions that the radio- sensitivity and the functionality are uniform within the same OaR. Image mining of 3D dose distribution in low spatial scales, via voxel-based population methods, has highlighted the existence of radiosensitive sub- regions (SRR) responsible of radio-induced toxicity. Modern RT protocols have not yet incorporated these findings due to the lack of i) extensive validation ii) dosimetric constraints for plan optimization and iii) automated patient- specific SRR contouring methods. The goal of PerPlanRT is to devise innovative decision-making tools aimed at proposing integrated and feasible strategies for personalized RT in PC with reduced RT-induced toxicities. Multivariable spatially accurate predictive models derived from large set of cohorts prospectively collected will be applied to different RT scenarios to explore their patient-specific benefits in depth. The application of these models to the clinical practice will be performed through the generation of dose distributions adapted to patient-specific anatomies. ====== Coordinator Oscar Acosta, LTSI INSERM UMR 1099, Université de Rennes 1, France [Oscar.acosta@univ-rennes1.fr](mailto:Oscar.acosta@univ-rennes1.fr) [https://www.erapermed.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Newsletter-ERA- PerMe...](https://www.erapermed.eu/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Newsletter-ERA- PerMed_final.pdf ) (Page15) Engineering Full-time 2021-08-30T00:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
362 Link Assistant professor (Tenure Track) The Department of Earth Science, Faculty of Science of the University of Geneva, Switzerland, has an opening for a position as ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (tenure track) in GEOCHRONOLOGY and GEOCHEMISTRY INSTITUTION: The University of Geneva is a higher teaching and research institution with more than 17’000 students from 150 countries studying in the heart of the city in a dynamic and international environment. Our University offers more than 500 programmes including 136 bachelor and master degrees and 87 doctoral schools covering a wide variety of fields from social sciences and humanities to the sciences. The quality of research and teaching of our institution is demonstrated by the presence of a number of excellence centres and the two recently awarded Nobel prices for the discovery of Exoplanets. The Department of Earth Sciences is integrated in the Faculty of Sciences and profits of both internal and external collaborations. We expect the successful candidate to integrate and further develop this internal research network and expand it towards other international institutions. PRESENTATION: he Faculty of Science of the University of Geneva invites applications for a professorship in geochronology and geochemistry, to be based in the Department of Earth Sciences. The Department of Earth Sciences and its partners at the University of Lausanne provide a full range of outstanding analytical facilities, which allow state-of-the-art research (). These existing infrastructures and the available expertise will provide a solid base to start constructing a new geochemistry group. JOB DESCRIPTION: Applicants are expected to develop a diversified research and teaching program in the field of geochronology and geochemistry. The successful candidate will combine fieldwork with cutting edge analytics to develop an innovative research program focusing on but not limited to establishing the temporal framework of processes controlling the geochemical evolution of geological systems at all scales. The Department of Earth Sciences of the University of Geneva has a long tradition of excellence in geochronology and the study of deep time. We seek a candidate that will merge tradition and innovation to build a group that will project geochronology and geochemistry into the future. INFORMATION: Appointment will be at the Assistant Professor level (tenure track). Contract length: 6 years. Tenure and promotion to the rank of Associate Professor expected after 5-6 years, leading to further 4 year contract, renewable. Activity rate: 100 % Workplace: University of Geneva (Department of Earth Sciences) Duties include teaching and supervision of research projects at the B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. levels in the domain of geochemistry. The successful candidate is expected to raise external research funding and will have to fulfil management and organizational duties within the institution. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: **To promote an equitable representation of men and women among its staff, the Department of Earth Sciences encourage applications from women and aims at short-listing at least 50% female applicants.The Call will remain open until this objective is fulfilled.** _The University’s strategy regarding equal opportunity, specifically with respect to the recruitment of professors, is described in the university’s action plan for equality 2017-2020, in particular chapter 3.3.2. Candidates are expressly invited to consult this document here:_ [https://www.unige.ch/rectorat/egalite/file](https://www.unige.ch/rectorat/egalite/files/7514/8792/8390/PAE_2017-2020UNIGE_WEB.pdf)[s/7514/8792/8390/PAE_2017-2020UNIGE_WEB.pdf](https://www.unige.ch/rectorat/egalite/files/7514/8792/8390/PAE_2017-2020UNIGE_WEB.pdf) _Applications should include:_ * _Cover letter_ * _Detailed CV together with a list of publications_ * _Copy of highest degrees/diploma_ * _Research and teaching statements_ * _List of referees who can later be contacted directly by the search committee. Recommendation letters are not requested for now._ _Applications should be submitted_ **exclusively** _on-line by clicking on the following box : Apply now before August 31rst, 2021 (23:59 Geneva time). APPLICATIONS SENT BY EMAIL SHALL NOT BE ACCEPTED._ _Complementary information may be obtained at the following e-mail address :_ [scienceopenings@unige.ch](mailto:scienceopenings@unige.ch) _._ **STARTING DATE:** _September 1st, 2022, or as agreed._ Geosciences Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Switzerland website
363 Link POSTDOC RESEARCHER Dean of the Faculty of Mechatronics, Informatics and Interdisciplinary Studies _of the Technical University of Liberec_ __ announces public competition for the following position: POSTDOC RESEARCHER PROJECT OP VVV – International Mobilities at the TUL II reg. NO. CZ.02.2.69/0.0/0.0/18_053/0017628 Job description: * Scientific and research activities: Investigation of effective application of modern neural networks in automatic speech recognition (ASR) systems. Innovative use of neural networks in some of the ASR modules, e.g. in speech signal processing, acoustic or language modelling. Implementation, verification and comparison with other state-of-the-art approaches in a series of experiments on available multilingual data sets. Publication of results. Required competence and expertise: * Advance knowledge of modern speech recognition methods and approaches (ASR) * Previous experience in neural network research for ASR * Previous experience with KALDI system and ability to perform ASR experiments (on available data) within this platform * Excellent ability to write scientific papers * Extremely high standards in terms of quality of work with the emphasis on attention to detail and strong organization skills * Teamwork * Independence, and responsibility * Advanced English language knowledge - minimum at level B1 Required education: * Completed university studies – specialisation in computer science, electrical engineering or mathematical modelling * PhD. or a foreign equivalent – max. 7 years after the completion of PhD. studies Required criteria: * The applicant must be a researcher from abroad, which means that in the last 3 years s/he has worked minimally 2 complete years outside of the Czech Republic as a researcher with a minimum working load 0.5, or was a student in a PhD. programme or its equivalent; Czech citizens are not excluded. Employment relationship: * Working load 100 % * Work contract will be concluded for a fixed term of 6 months, or by agreement * * The researcher is obliged to actively participate in a conference, seminar or workshop organized by the Technical University of Liberec * Place of mobility: Liberec, Czech Republic Date of commencement of employment: * March 2022, or by agreement Salary: * Wage rate C3 (R3) is based on TUL internal wage regulation * minimum monthly wage rate, including the project bonus: CZK 70,000, the possibility of obtaining extraordinary bonuses in connection with the evaluation of the employee's performance Working conditions and wage classification are governed by the Conditions of Employment, Internal Wage Regulation of the Technical University of Liberec, the Labour Code and the Regulations on Competitive Selection Procedures for Filling Academic Positions of the Technical University of Liberec and the conditions of project OP VVV – Mezinárodní mobility na TUL II, reg. č. CZ.02.2.69/0.0/0.0/18_053/0017628. We offer: * Interesting, varied and responsible work * 6-week leave * Flexible working hours * University canteen * Child care, babysitting * Day care centre for toddlers * Possibility of accommodation in university lodging facilities * language courses at the Internal Language School, training * free sports activities (e.g. tennis, sauna, gym) in the university facilities, * free swimming in the Liberec pool * special telephone tariffs The following documents in Czech or English must be attached to the application for the competition: 1. Copy of the diploma proving the completion of the PhD. Studies (officially certified copy of a PhD. Diploma shall be provided in the event of starting the employment) 2. Structured CV following the Europass template 3. Motivation letter of maximum two A4 pages describing aims for the research and innovation stay at the Technical University of Liberec 4. Proof of publication activity – in the last 3 years minimally 2 publications. Required publications include professional contributions listed in the databases: Thomson Reuters Web of Science, Scopus or ERIH PLUS, and simultaneously belong to the categories of ”article“, ”book“, ”book chapter“, ”letter“ and ”review“. 5. Certificate confirming the knowledge of either Czech or English – level B1 or higher In the first round of the selection procedure, the appointed committee will evaluate the presented documents. Subsequently, the committee will evaluate the required criteria completion and the aims for the work stay as presented in the submitted documents. All applicants will be notified about the decision not later than 40 working days from the end of the selection process. The result of the selection procedure is published on the official notice board of the Technical University of Liberec (). Unsuccessful applicants may, within 5 days of publication, appeal to the Dean of the Faculty of Mechatronics, Informatics and Interdisciplinary Studies and request a review of the results. The application with the above mentioned documents is to be sent not later than October 31, 2021 by e-mail or regular mail to the address below: Technical University of Liberec Personnel Department Studentská 1402/2 461 17 Liberec 1 Contact person: Ing. Alena Šírková, Personnel Department e-mail: [volnamista@tul.cz](mailto:volnamista@tul.cz) The above mentioned position was announced on April 1, 2021 on the official board of the Technical University of Liberec ( ), on the employment portal of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs ( __ ) and on the EURAXESS portal: (). Computer science Full-time 2021-10-31T23:00:00+01:00 Czech Republic e-mail
364 Link 2 PhD positions at EPFL Lausanne in Geomechanics for engineered geological barriers The Laboratory of Soil Mechanics group (LMS), headed by Prof. Lyesse Laloui at the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering at EPFL, is looking for two outstanding and highly motivated Ph.D. students with **training in the fields of civil and geotechnical engineering**. We are offering two 48-month Ph.D. positions for two early-stage researchers (ESR) in the area of geomechanics. We will provide excellent research facilities and a competitive salary (55000 CHF/year). The EPFL offers a unique international ecosystem full of training and development opportunities. We are looking for motivated candidates ready to undertake advanced experimental and numerical work within our team. Positions include participation in teaching activities. **Job description** The two Ph.D. students will conduct research activities for improving the technology of engineered geological barriers such as nuclear waste geological repositories and geosynthetic clay liners. In particular, the two research projects will focus on enhancing our geomechanical knowledge and predictive capabilities of the mechanical behavior of compacted expansive clays involved in these applications, where these geomaterials are subject to different mechanical and environmental actions. The anticipated results/outcomes of the two research projects will be crucial for adopting engineered geological barriers in Switzerland and worldwide. For this reason, they will be presented at international conferences and published in the most relevant peer-review scientific journals in the field. At the end of the Ph.D., the two Ph.D. candidates will have acquired advanced geomechanical skills. They will be able to both pursuing a career in academia or work in high-level engineering companies. ## **What are you going to do?** ## **Project 1: Mechanical behavior of compacted expansive clays under different mechanical and environmental conditions** Objectives: The overall aim of this project is to gain insights into the mechanical behavior of compacted expansive clays for different mechanical loads and under different environmental conditions. To this end, the Ph.D. student will have to set up and perform an experimental laboratory campaign. Particular attention will be paid to understanding the mechanisms underlying the empirical evidence obtained. The Ph.D. student will have to interpret the results obtained in an appropriate theoretical framework. The experimental and interpretative contribution of the results obtained will be relevant to both a scientific and a corporate community. Resources: He/she will benefit from the advanced equipment and expertise of the Laboratory of Soil Mechanics, as well as of the advanced equipment made available to the Laboratory of Soil Mechanics by EPFL. ## **Project 2: A modeling framework for predicting the mechanical behavior of compacted expansive clays under different mechanical and environmental conditions** Objectives: This research project aims to develop an advanced modeling framework to predict the mechanical behavior of compacted expansive clays under different mechanical and environmental conditions. The Ph.D. student will have to create a methodology to interpret the available experimental data in a scientifically valid way and develop a suitable mechanical stress-strain constitutive model for the interpretation and prediction of the mechanical behavior of compacted expansive clays. The developed modeling framework will be relevant to both a scientific and a corporate community. Resources: The Ph.D. student will benefit from the experimental results collected so far on compacted expansive clays in the Laboratory of Soil Mechanics (LMS) and the experimental results that will be progressively collected in the context of project 1. Also, he/she will benefit from the modeling expertise developed over the years at the LMS group. **Your profile** **Eligibility:** To perform successfully, potential candidates should ideally have a recent MSc degree in the fields of civil and geotechnical engineering. Essential requirements are excellent analytical skills and excellent grades in mechanical and geotechnical subjects. Solid knowledge of at least one programming language (such as Python or Matlab) is required for Project 2. A strong interest in geomechanics, independent research, and scientific reporting skills are expected. **Language requirement:** Proficient oral and written English skills. **EPFL Lausanne** The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, EPFL, is one of the two prestigious Swiss federal institutes of technology in Switzerland and one of the world's top-ranked universities. It can count on the expertise of more than 16,000 personalities from over 120 countries worldwide. It is a university built on excellence in teaching, research, and innovation. The EPFL provides all the necessary facilities to stimulate motivation in a highly cosmopolitan environment. The Laboratory of Soil Mechanics group (LMS) is one of the leading groups in fundamental and applied geomechanics. The LMS is part of the School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). The LMS focuses its research activities on the protection from geo-hazards and industrial damage to the environment, landforms, and structures. Our experimental and modeling resources are mobilized to understand, describe and predict the environmental impact of the technologies of future days, such as nuclear waste disposal, petroleum and gas exploitation, transportation and storage, methane hydrate technology, CO2 geological sequestration, and energy technologies related to heat storage. The LMS is directed by Prof. Lyesse Laloui. The LMS can count on a team with more than 30 members, including senior scientists, post-docs, and Ph.D. students. More information about the LMS and its current research can be found at . **Interested?** The expected start date of the two projects is November 2021. Applications are accepted until the positions are filled. Each position is for 4 years. The candidates will be enrolled as Ph.D. students at the EPFL, School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC), within the Mechanics Program EDME (Geomechanics). Applicants should apply as soon as possible to the EDME doctoral school. All details can be found on this website: . Applicants should then send the submitted documentation and the application reference number to one of the following email addresses: [recruitment.lms@epfl.ch](mailto:recruitment.lms@epfl.ch), [angelica.tuttolomondo@epfl.ch](mailto:angelica.tuttolomondo@epfl.ch). Candidates will be pre-selected based on the submitted documentation and will be accordingly invited for an interview (in person or remote). Engineering Full-time 2021-10-01T00:00:00+02:00 Switzerland website
365 Link PhD position - Metal Organic Frameworks for biomedical applications Our highly motivated team is looking for a prae doc with experience in materials synthesis, particularly on Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) materials at the Department of Physical Chemistry. Our research focuses on the development of methods for manipulation of colloidal particles and MOF materials and the use of such materials for applications in energy, catalysis and biomedical areas. The successful candidate will work on the development of MOF materials for sensing and drug delivery applications. It is expected that the candidate will spend 1-2 years in Singapore working with research partners in A*STAR. The candidate will benefit from close supervision and support by both international teams based in Singapore and in Vienna throughout the PhD duration. Duration of employment: 3-4 year/s Job Description: Participation in research and administration: Accomplishment of research projects in the area of Metal Organic Frameworks at the Department of Physical Chemistry. More specifically, you will • design and synthesize MOF materials, fully characterize them • utilize the above for drug loading and delivery • study the use of the above as biosensors • Participate in publications / academic articles / presentations \- We expect the successful candidate to sign a doctoral thesis Agreement within 12 months. \- Supervision of students \- Involvement in the organisation of meetings, conferences, symposiums \- Involvement in the department and research administration Profile: \- Diploma or master degree in chemistry, preferably Inorganic or Materials Chemistry \- strong expertise in synthesis \- Experience in synthesis of MOF materials \- High ability to express yourself both orally and in writing \- Excellent command of written and spoken English \- IT user skills \- Ability to work in a team \- resilience and willingness to work \- The successful candidate will also be a team player with strong communication, data presentation, visualization and written skills. Enthusiasm for learning more in this field. \- Basic experience in research methods and academic writing Application documents \- Letter of Motivation incl. research interests \- Curriculum vitae \- List of publications, evidence of teaching experience (if available) \- Degree certificates \- High ability to express yourself both orally and in writing \- Excellent command of written and spoken English \- IT user skills \- Ability to work in a team \- resilience and willingness to work \- The successful candidate will also be a team player with strong communication, data presentation, visualization and written skills. Enthusiasm for learning more in this field. \- Basic experience in research methods and academic writing. Please send your CV and cover letter to [jiamin.chin@univie.ac.at](mailto:jiamin.chin@univie.ac.at), by 31 August, 2021. Chemistry Full-time 2021-08-31T23:00:00+02:00 Austria e-mail
366 Link PhD position in rock mechanics and deep geothermal energy **Project Title** Coupled Thermal-Hydrological-Mechanical-Chemical (THMC) Processes in Fractured Rocks in Deep Geothermal Energy Extraction **About the Project** This is a self-funded PhD position open to applicants worldwide, with a start date of either 1st October 2021 (preferred) or 1st October 2022. You will work with Dr Junlong Shang at the Geotechnics Group and the Energy and Sustainability Research Group at James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow. This PhD project will focus on Coupled THMC modelling for renewable geothermal energy, with an ultimate goal to promote environmental sustainability. **Research Background** Actively seeking viable “clean/green” energy sources is important for human to maintain a sustainable development. Deep geothermal energy provides an important alternative to fossil fuels in our life. It is constant and would be available around the clock and in all sorts of weather, as it is supplied by the magma or decay of radioactive elements within the Earth. Most geothermal resources are deep-seated and are either deficient in fluid or permeability, or both (the so-called hot dry rock). Currently, the deep-seated, dry, and low-permeable geothermal reservoirs are often hydraulically fractured for permeability improvement, thereby promoting fluid circulations in engineered reservoirs and heat transportation to the ground. This is often referred to as enhanced geothermal systems (EGS). EGS has been a globally hot topic for renewable geothermal energy extraction. The development of EGS by hydraulic or chemical fracturing implies the consideration and understanding of coupled multiphysics (i.e., thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical, THMC) mechanisms. Previous attempts in the understanding of THMC coupling behaviour ignored the impact of the ubiquitous natural incipient joints or crack-seal minerals on permeability evolution. As revealed by several major geothermal projects (e.g., the DEEPEGS Horizon 2020 project), veins are ubiquitously in upper crustal rock formations and deep geothermal reservoirs. Additionally, it is almost a ubiquitous feature that natural rock discontinuities in the underground are incipient, with considerable tensile strength and cohesion. The research questions of this project are 1) how does the coupled THMC behaviour control hydraulic fracture propagate in fractured rock cores containing veins or incipient rock joints? and 2) do the presence of incipient fractures can be the first-order control of the 3D geometry of hydraulic fractures? To address these questions, you will develop a coupled THMC model to for the first time look at how the 3D hydraulic fractures propagate within fractured media under geothermal reservoir conditions. **Research Method and Novelty** To investigate the key research questions outlined above, you will develop a THMC model by coupling the discontinuum method and an open-access multiphysics flow simulator (i.e., TOUGHREACT) to understand the coupled flow processes in fractured geothermal reservoir rocks. You will work closely with Glasgow Geoenergy Observatory and have the opportunity to get access to the X-ray CT scanner co-owned by the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde. You will also investigate the thermal response of crack-seal vein minerals. The outcome of the project can be used as a benchmark for geoscientists, engineers, and policymakers in further exploring and optimizing enhanced geothermal systems. The project is original because it will be for the first time research that considers the coupled flow processes in fractured and veined media under geothermal reservoir conditions. With the results from this study, you will provide timely and novel insights on the impact of the addition of natural mineral veins and incipient rock joints on the geometrical and mechanical properties of hydraulic fractures under geothermal reservoir conditions, assess and highlight its implications for reducing unwanted seismicity in the development of enhanced geothermal systems. **Entry requirements and online application** Applicants should hold first-class or upper second class degrees (undergraduate or an MSc degree) in an area of Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Rock Mechanics, Geoscience, or other relevant areas. For applicants whose first language is not English, you will need to meet the minimum English requirement (IELTS 6.5, with no sub-bands less than 6.0, or equivalent). You need to submit PhD application online [https://www.gla.ac.uk/postgraduate/research/infrastructureenvironment/](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.gla.ac.uk%2fpostgraduate%2fresearch%2finfrastructureenvironment%2f) and choose the programme PhD in Civil Engineering. You need the following documents during online application: 1\. Transcripts/degree certificate 2\. Two references 3\. A one-page research proposal (can use the project information above) 4\. CV 5\. Name of potential Supervisor **For additional information, please contact Dr Junlong Shang.** **Email:**[junlong.shang@glasgow.ac.uk](void\(0\)). **Research group website:** [https://shangjunlongcsu.wixsite.com/glasgow/openings](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2fshangjunlongcsu.wixsite.com%2fglasgow%2fopenings) **University staff website:**[https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/engineering/staff/junlongshang/](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2fwww.gla.ac.uk%2fschools%2fengineering%2fstaff%2fjunlongshang%2f) **Funding and Start Date** This is a self-funded PhD position open to applicants worldwide, with a start date of either 1st October 2021 (preferred) or 1st October 2022. I also welcome applicants who can bring funds from an outsider, such as the China Scholarship Council, Commonwealth Scholarships. Please specify this in your email when contacting me. **Reference** 1. Shang, J., 2020. Rupture of veined granite in polyaxial compression: Insights from three-dimensional Discrete Element Method modelling. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth. Doi: [https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JB019052](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2fdoi.org%2f10.1029%2f2019JB019052) 2. Shang, J., Hencher, S.R., West, L.J., 2016. Tensile strength of geological discontinuities including incipient bedding, rock joints and mineral veins. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering. 49(11): 4213-4225. Doi: [https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00603-016-1041-x](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2flink.springer.com%2farticle%2f10.1007%2fs00603-016-1041-x) 3. Shang, J., Jayasinghe, L.B., 2019 Three-dimensional DEM investigation of the fracture behaviour of thermally degraded rocks with consideration of material anisotropy. Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics.Doi: [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tafmec.2019.102330](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2fdoi.org%2f10.1016%2fj.tafmec.2019.102330) 4. Duan, K., Kwok, C.Y., Zhang, Q.Y., Shang, J., 2020 On the initiation, propagation and reorientation of simultaneous multiple hydraulic fractures. Computers and Geotechnics. 117: 103226. Doi: [https://doi.org/10.1016/j.compgeo.2019.103226](https://www.findaphd.com/common/clickCount.aspx?theid=130900&type=184&DID=554&url=https%3a%2f%2fdoi.org%2f10.1016%2fj.compgeo.2019.103226) 5. Rutqvist, J., Tsang, C.F., 2012. Multiphysics processes in partially saturated fractured rock: Experiments and models from Yucca Mountain. Reviews of Geophysics, 50, RG3006, 2012. 6. Westaway, R., Burnside, N.M., 2019. Fault ‘corrosion’ by fluid injection: potential cause of the November 2017 MW 5.5 Korean earthquake. Geofluids, 2019, 1280721, 23 pp., doi: 10.1155/2019/1280721 Geosciences Full-time 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 United Kingdom website
367 Link Post-Doctoral Fellowships in High-Energy Physics The São Paulo Research and Analysis Center (SPRACE) is opening post-doctoral positions for outstanding research fellows to work in association with the São Paulo State University-UNESP group on the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment of the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Grant funds are provided by FAPESP, the São Paulo Research Foundation. The SPRACE research team is engaged in two CMS physics analysis groups: Exotic physics (Beyond the Standard Model) and Heavy Ion physics. SPRACE also operates a WLCG Tier-2 cluster and is responsible for the implementation of a state-wide grid infrastructure, GridUNESP, which serves more than 100 research groups from different scientific communities. SPRACE is also involved in R&D activities on the conceptual design, simulation and proof-of-concept of the data acquisition (DAQ) electronics of the outer tracker detector of the CMS experiment. SPRACE is committed to the principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action. Applications from any sexual orientation and members of minority groups are encouraged. Please provide an application letter, résumé of work experience, and at least two letters of recommendation to: [**cms@sprace.org.br**](mailto:cms@sprace.org.br). Each selected candidate will receive a FAPESP Post-Doctoral fellowship in the amount of R$ 7,373.10 monthly and a research contingency fund, equivalent to 10% of the annual value of the fellowship which should be spent in items directly related to the research activity. More information about the fellowship is at: [**fapesp.br/oportunidades/4193**](https://fapesp.br/oportunidades/4193). Physics Not Applicable 2021-08-31T23:59:59+02:00 Brazil website
368 Link Senior Mechanical Engineer [ARQUIMEA Research Center](http://www.arquimearesearchcenter,com) (ARC) is a private R&D center which relies on a product-oriented strategy, market diversification and internationalization to achieve a sustainable growth with the calling of developing ideas and getting involved in projects with a high impact in society. We have as much passions as technologies we develop. But there is only one that we enjoy more than the rest: passion for people. We are a team of specialists and researchers pursuing the highest exponent of technology and science. * Our search is to find new projects that stimulate our day-to-day. * Our challenge is to attract talent that shares our worldview. At ARC we research in fields like sensors, robotics or drones, cybersecurity, digital manufacturing, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, nanotechnology and blockchain. We like to surround ourselves with digital nomads to assemble solid teams, specialized in each of our technologies. We trust people as much as we trust progress if it is accompanied by skills and attitude. Furthermore, our center is located in Canary Islands (Tenerife), where is impossible to have a negative attitude. We have soft weather, ocean and so much technology. We like to think of talent as a five-pointed star that brings light and value to the center and we want bold, creative, proactive, efficient and humble people in our team. So, if you match these values, you can keep reading. We are hiring a Senior Mechanical Engineer. **IMPORTANT. Please only apply if you have availability to move to Tenerife (Canary Islands, SPAIN)** We are looking someone who can take the lead on complex system and provide both a theoretical and analytical point of view as well as delivering practical results and conclussions. Understanding how to use the existing resources, planning accordingly and adapting to an ever-changing environment are key aspects of the role and candidate. Our research center focuses on very different technologies and fields. Although robotics is the main environment for this position, the suitable candidate should enjoy taking part in different and challenging projects among several fields, such as astrophysics, aerospace or photonics. We aim for disruption, for the long shots, this means that some of our projects are sometimes reshaped, refocused or even cancelled. This is part of the nature of our mission. You can expect to be working on several layers, from the extreme optimisation of mechanical components to whole systems, where understanding relationships with electronics and software is key. You would work as part of a model-based development process, where fast iteration is done through CAD, analysis and simulation, leading way to prototypes and tests for validation and physical results Tasks to be performed: * Technical lead on the development of complex systems and technologies. You would be expected to drive the development of a system / sub-system / assembly. * Participate in agile planning meetings and contribute to the agile-based work management tools. * Understand and manage uncertainty. Picking the right tools to perform analyses and create models, in order to define apropriate requirements. * Technical tasks related to mechanical design, CAD & FEA modeling. * Designing and building prototypes/tests in order to validate models/analyses. Data-driven decissions will be required to progress on the development. * Ocasional technical tasks related to basic programming of micro controllers (Arduino, raspberry), particularly related to prototypes and tests. Knowledge in Python is a plus. * Read and understand relevant research papers * Generation of ideas, both for the Project and the different research lines in the center. The proposed ideas might succeed through our internal evaluation process, in which case further investigation and research around the topic would be required. If your ideas are interesting, you Will be able to make them grow until they become a Project. * Contribute to the internal and external documentation of the Project Work-type expected distribution: 10% System leadership / Planning 30% Systems Engineering / Documentation 60% Technical Tasks, modeling, testing Required skills, experience and candidate profile: * Studies in the field of physics, robotics, mechanical engineering or comparable Master’s degree programme. * Strong knowledge of theoretical mechanics (kinematics, dynamics, elasticity and materials selection). * Solid principles of mechanical design. Experience with some modelling tools (ANSYS, Matlab, Simulink/SolidWorks and any comparable tool). * Basic understanding of electronics and software, and its role/impact in complex systems. * Data-driven, analytical mindset. Open to challenges. * Detail-oriented person, with experience working in agile development environments, specially when focused to product hardware development. * We are also looking for a good person, someone who thrives working in multidisciplinary and ever-changing environments. * Entrepreneurial mindset. Generating ideas and evolving them is part of our daily job. * Proficient in English Arquimea Research Center belongs to [ARQUIMEA](http://www.arquimea.com/), a cross-sectoral international technology group that develops solutions and innovative products in highly demanding activity sectors. We are committed to supporting research and scientific development that improve people´s lives. Arquimea bets on companies and projects that provide value to society, contributing to boost high-impact solutions and products and to build our Vision. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-01T00:00:00+02:00 Spain website
369 Link 56137: Mechanical Engineer, Physicist or similar (f/m/x) - Realization of the electronics subsystem **Area of research:** Scientific / postdoctoral posts **Job description:** The aim of the DLR-Institute of Quantum Technologies in Ulm is to develop precision instruments for space applications based on quantum technologies and, in close cooperation with industry, mature them into prototypes. It thus provides a bridge between fundamental research and industry. Together with the DLR-Institute for Satellite Geodesy and Inertial Sensing in Hannover and the Galileo Competence Center in Oberpfaffenhofen, the institute in Ulm plays a pioneering role in these fields of research and application. The research of the four core departments Quantum Metrology, Quantum Information and Communication, Quantum Nanophysics, and Quantum Control of Charged Matter Waves is complemented by support from three cross-sectional departments of Quantum Engineering, Integration of Micro- and Nanosystems, and Theoretical Quantum Physics. The institute works in an interdisciplinary way, where fundamental theoretical research and experimental tests meets engineering. We are looking for a position in the division Quantum Engineering. You are going to be part of the team preparing the atom-optical experiment BECCAL for the international space station (ISS). You are leading the efforts on the control electronics and the included product assurance activities. This includes the preparation of the design, prototyping, and AIVT activities. You are going to be involved in all steps of the process and are key to the realization of the project. Your tasks include: * leading the realization of the electronics subsystem in close collaboration with a dynamic team of scientists and engineers * assemble, integrate, verify, and test the payload for BECCAL * design the high-performance electronic * develop and execute product assurance activities * research in the area of microelectronics and high frequency electronics * review of the current design with respect to implementation, completeness, and applicable standards and regulations * prepare and execute all verification activities for the electronics * communication to external and internal partners, as well as DLR and NASA * exchange of scientific results on international conferences and through publications This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation. Technology Other 2021-10-07T02:00:00+02:00 Germany e-mail
370 Link Postdoc Position in Decision Neuroscience We are recruiting for the position of a Postdoctoral researcher at the Erasmus Centre for Neuroeconomics at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). We seek outstanding applicants whose research interests lay at the intersection of psychology, economics, marketing, and neuroscience. The particular interests of our centre are the neural underpinnings of the social and emotional influences on choice, value representation, persuasive messaging, and the neural forecasting of real-world behaviour. We are particularly looking for applicants who have experience with innovative fMRI methods and analyses for our current project; activities include the application of multivariate approaches and machine learning for prediction. Applicants should also be interested in applying these techniques to study real-world choice behaviour. We seek to understand and predict choice from observing neural activity in a wide range of domains, including financial decisions, charitable giving, crowdfunding, consumer decisions, and persuasive messaging. In particular, we focus on linking neural measurements obtained from individuals to data obtained from real population-level choices. **Your main tasks** The successful candidate will use a combination of behavioural and fMRI data to explore questions related to human decision making, and specifically how neural data collected in the laboratory might be related to population-level behaviours in the real world. The candidate will have the opportunity to analyse existing data sets as well as conduct new experiments and data collection. Cultural studies Not Applicable 2021-08-31T00:00:00+02:00 Netherlands website
371 Link Ph.D. Positions: 21005_Analysis and modeling of electricity and natural gas markets We offer working with one of the largest energy utilities, in the context of modeling and planning of electricity and natural gas markets. The responsibilities will include collaborating with a multidisciplinary team of researchers, developing modeling and optimization tools for energy systems, as well as forecasting of prices and other energy assets. What do we offer? Annual full-time contract for the development of research projects. In addition, training activities may be carried out. This modality allows the Research Assistant to establish a very close professional relationship with the companies with which he/she collaborates, thus nourishing his/her research with the experience accumulated during the projects. Although this modality does not necessarily require to enroll in any program, the Research Assistant can apply for a PhD during the first two years. The Research Assistant is hired each year for a maximum period of 6. If he or she is not enrolled in a PhD program the contract cannot exceed two years. The gross salary for the first year is € 24,410.00 for the year 2020. In addition, the IIT covers 90% of the cost of training activities and the Research Assistant can enjoy all the advantages offered to Comillas students (Sports, Cultural Activities, Library, etc.). Requirements: The candidate must have a master's degree in engineering, computer science, physics, or mathematics. The ideal candidate should have a good understanding of the electricity and the natural gas markets, as well as a good command of programming with Matlab, R, Visual Basic and GAMS. Native Spanish, advanced English level, and very good academic record is also required. Documents: Curriculum Vitae, academic record, cover letter and two recommendation letters. Reference: Engineering Full-time 2021-10-30T10:00:00+02:00 Spain website
372 Link Post-Doc Position – Deep learning for the early identification of gait failure by a real-time radar system Computer science Full-time 2021-09-30T12:00:00+02:00 France e-mail
373 Link Liquid metal experimentalist _[Please apply through our Careers page_ Renaissance Fusion -the first magnetic confinement fusion company in the EU- is currently prototyping two fusion-enabling technologies, with the goal of fully demonstrating and commercializing them (albeit in non-fusion markets, initially) within 3 years. The two technologies are (1) radically reinvented High-Temperature Superconducting (HTS) magnets and (2) controllable, plasma- facing liquid metal walls that will extract heat from the reactor, shield it from neutrons and thus and prevent it from becoming radioactive. These innovations will enable our own stellarator reactor design, form a versatile cornerstone of the emerging fusion market (as they could be easily adapted to tokamaks and other reactors) and find their way in other markets. We are forming a team of the brightest, most driven scientists and engineers to realize this vision within 11 years. Here we are looking for a talented engineer, physicist or material-scientist to sustain and stabilize thick, gravity-defying, free-surface liquid metal flows. This will include the production of innovative alloys and components such as special pumps for in-house experiments and, eventually, for production and sales. Our team is young, agile, international and based in the exciting city of Grenoble, by the French Alps. ### Responsibilities: * Individual research responsibilities * Develop low-melting alloys with specific characteristics (melting point, density, viscosity, thermal, electrical and corrosion properties). * Build pumps, substrates and other parts for ducted and free-surface liquid metal experiments. * Prepare, conduct and analyze reduced-scale self-similar tests, and eventually full-scale demonstrations of gravity-defying, thick liquid metal flows in realistic geometries. This applies also to the solid substrate and to pebbles and corrosion by-products suspended in the liquid. * Develop reactor-grade diagnostics of liquid metal properties, resolved in space and time. Properties include thickness, velocity and temperature. They also include the distribution of pebbles and Tritium. * Develop actuators to control the liquid metal thickness and speed. Deliberately apply electromagnetic, mechanical and thermal perturbations. Prove passive, active and feedback stabilization, including in worst-case scenarios. Fine-tune turbulent spectrum: neither too little, nor too much. * Identify non-fusion applications of liquid metal products and technologies. * Responsibilities as a team member * Work with physicists and engineers within the company, as well as external clients and collaborators, to identify experimental needs (flow-rate, thickness, thickness uniformity etc.) and translate them in adequate materials, designs and prototypes. * Collaborate with numerical modelers on the prediction and interpretation of liquid metal flow measurements, including the equilibrium and stability of the coupled plasma-liquid metal system. * Collaborate with material scientists and chemical engineers, e.g. on the prediction and interpretation of corrosion results. * Give and receive advice to/from colleagues in other departments (Stellarator Engineering, HTS, Materials and Integration) on how to best integrate liquid metals with other materials (thermally, chemically and otherwise), and how to integrate parts and devices in the final product (mechanically, electromagnetically and otherwise). * Participate in Tritium extraction and heat removal experiments with chemical, thermohydraulic, nuclear engineers and other colleagues. Demonstrate Tritium cycle and continuous operation of plasma-exposed breeder/blanket. ### Qualifications -essential: * PhD degree in physics, nuclear, chemical or electrical engineering, materials science or related field, or, equivalently: * Master’s degree + 2 years of research or professional experience, or * Bachelor’s degree + 4 years of research or professional experience. * 2 or more years of experimental research in one or more of the following topics: fluid dynamics, electrical engineering, metallurgy, control engineering. * 6 months or more of experience in Computer Aided Design (CAD). * Very good understanding of electromagnetism and fluid dynamics. * Good written and oral communication skills. * Ability to understand and clearly, concisely explain complicated technical concepts. * Organizational and problem-solving skills, attention to detail and willingness to learn. * Ability to work independently as well as in a team. ### Qualifications -desirable: * Research experience in magnetohydrodynamics of plasmas and/or liquid metals. * Research experience in multi-phase and/or multi-component flows. * Experience in Finite Element Analysis (FEA). * Coding experience in Python, Matlab or other programming language. Engineering Full-time 2021-09-30T23:00:00+02:00 France website
374 Link Assistant in Department of Heat Engineering and Air Conditioning (research and teaching group) ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE COMPETITION 1\. INSTITUTION: The Rzeszow University of Technology – the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture 2\. CITY: Rzeszow 3\. POSITION: assistant in Department of Heat Engineering and Air Conditioning (research and teaching group) 4\. FIELD: engineering and technical sciences 5\. DISCIPLINE: environmental engineering, mining and energetic 6\. DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: 12th April 2021 7\. DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING OFFERS: 10th September 2021 till 2 p.m. 8\. DATE OF COMPETITION CONCLUSION: 24th September 2021 9\. EXPECTED DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: 1st October 2021 10\. TYPE OF CONTRACT: temporary 11\. JOB STATUS: full time 12\. WEBSITE: 13\. KEYWORDS: environmental engineering, district heating, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, heat pumps, renewable energy sources, atmosphere protection 14\. 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375 Link Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art The Department of Art and Culture Studies of the Faculty of Humanities is looking for an Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art. **What are you going to do?** You will provide education in a dynamic context with ample opportunities for the development of innovative teaching methods. Your research will be part of the [Amsterdam School for Heritage, Memory and Material Culture (AHM)](https://ahm.uva.nl/), one of the five research schools of the [Amsterdam Institute for Humanities Research](https://aihr.uva.nl/). AHM is the research base for a broad spread of disciplines from Heritage and Memory Studies, to Media and Museum Studies, Material Culture and Conservation and Restoration and Art History. AHM researchers share an interest in the ways in which material and immaterial traces of past events and experiences influence the formation of present-day identities. Its members collaborate in and across many thematic groups, including ‘Post Memories: Intergenerational Narratives of Conflict’ and ‘Global Trajectories of Thought and Memory: Art and the Global South’. In this setting, you will be expected to examine the role of contemporary art and its institutions in relation to issues such as memory, conflict, trauma, transitional justice, social practice and/or activism. AHM is seeking to strengthen its profile in these fields. **Tasks and responsibilities:** * design and conducting independent research on the role of contemporary art and its institutions in relation to issues such as memory, conflict, trauma, transitional justice, social practice and/or activism. This will include broadly art-historical work on the practical, societal and epistemological dimensions of contemporary art, resulting in academic publications in peer-reviewed international journals and/or books, and/or exhibition curation / practice; * actively pursuing external funding for research, notably funding from research councils, national as well as European; * actively contributing to and developing national and international research networks and other forms of cooperation; * actively contributing to the research activities of AHM; * developing, coordinating and teaching courses in both Dutch and English, in the BA and MA programmes of Art History, Art and Performance Research Studies and cognate fields; * supervising BA and MA theses and tutoring students; co-supervising PhD theses; * actively contributing to the development and improvement of the broader teaching programmes in the department; * taking part in committees and working groups, and carrying out departmental administrative tasks as directed. Language sciences Not Applicable 2021-09-01T23:59:54+02:00 Netherlands website
376 Link Ph.D Fellowship in Mixed-Signal Microelectronics - Time-encoded audio MEMS sensors optimized for edge-computing, European Industrial Doctorate DEADLINE EXTENDED The Microelectronics group of Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) and Infineon Technologies Austria AG invite applicants for a PhD Fellowship in Mixed-Signal Microelectronics. The research topic is VCO-based MEMS microphones for wearables or portable devices. The target application is ultralow power Voice Activated Detection or Keyword Detection module integrated with a fully featured microphone in the same dice implemented in nanometer CMOS technologies. The read-out circuit of the MEMS microphone will provide to the edge computing block a frequency encoding of the voice signal. The position is in the frame of a H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN) action for Early Stage Researchers within the project TEVI (Time-Encoded Voice Interfaces). The position is vacant from april 2021. The grant covers 3 years of full time research (50% time in Spain, 50% time in Austria). Salary according to the Spanish and Austrian salary scales. TEVI is aimed to propose new time-encoded techniques for low power solutions towards smart audio sensors implemented with nanometric CMOS process nodes including raw data processing, digitization, feature extraction and classification. The Early Stage Researcher (PhD student, ESR) will be assigned to the work package devoted for the design and implementation of raw data processing of innovative MEMS microphones. The student will carry out research tasks related to MEMS electrical modelling and experimental evaluation, audio signal processing and mixed-signal microelectronics design, not only on his/her own, but working with the students assigned to the other work packages of TEVI. The research will involve both Carlos III University of Madrid and Infineon Technologies Austria AG, so the student will spend half of the time in Madrid (Spain) and half of the time in Villach (Austria) supervised by PhD Advisors in each sector. Infineon technologies brings in the expertise in the MEMS sensor market, in particular in microphones, where it is a world leader. Carlos III University will bring in its expertise in VCO-based ADCs which has been transferred to MEMS microphone industry in the past through previous EU projects. The student will acquire expertise in interdisciplinary fields such as MEMS technology, signal processing, Artificial Intelligence, low power mixed signal microelectronics and transversal skills. The experience gained through this PhD program is highly appreciated by semiconductor corporations, providing him/her a valuable expertise background for a future career in the microelectronics industry. Wearable sensors has recently attracted the attention of the researchers due to the high demand in the market for different applications, and many of them requires working in adverse conditions, such as dust or wet conditions. Sensing voice and audio for keyword spotting and voice detection in wet conditions is a difficult task due to the attenuation of certain frequencies in some sensors, or due to high noise in some others. The read-out circuit plays also an important role in the whole solution. Time-encoding data converters are scalable in narrow nodes, they occupy very small silicon area and are very low-power. They can also bring an analog encoding of the signal suitable for the feature extraction block. The main responsibility of the ESR will be researching on most efficient time-encoding based systems for a set of innovative audio sensors. The circuit will have an analog output for the feature extraction block and digital output with raw data, balancing power consumption and resolution. The whole system composed of sensor and time- encoded read-out circuit will be optimized to have an efficient sensor for edge computing in wearables. The ESR will need to participate in the sensor electrical model development and evaluation, and take part in the whole process of nanometric chip manufacturing, starting with the proposal of new ideas/architectures at system level, going on with the proper design at schematic level and translation to layout, and ending with experimental measurements of prototypes in the laboratory related to power consumption, noise rejection, and resolution. Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) was founded in 1989 and is currently ranking 16th in Europe on QS Top 50 (young universities) Under 50 2020 ranking. Carlos III University of Madrid contributes to the improvement of society through teaching of the highest quality and cutting-edge research in line with stringent international guidelines. The fellowship will take place (50%) in the School of Engineering, located in Leganes (Madrid). In