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  • Postdoctoral position in Madrid

    Publicado el junio 17th, 2009 Adán Sin comentarios aún ...

    The Auger group of Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain) is seeking candidates for a 2-years postdoctoral contract in the framework of the CPAN CONSOLIDER-INGENIO 2010 program of the Spanish Ministry of Science, co-financed by UCM.

    Activities of the UCM group include data analysis for both the surface and the fluorescence detectors. In addition, the group is working in the precise determination of the air-fluorescence yield for the calibration of fluorescence telescopes. More information can be found in

    Applications must be presented before June 30 for contracts starting earlier than January 31, 2010. For contracts starting later, deadline is October 31. More information on the application can be found in the CPAN web page

    in “Postdoc Contracts with CPAN partial financial support”. Notice that applications have to be submitted by the candidates through an internet application accessible from the CPAN web page.

    For more information please contact:

    Fernando Arqueros
    Dept. Fisica Atomica, Molecular y Nuclear
    Facultad de Ciencias Fisicas
    Universidad Complutense de Madrid
    Madrid 28040, Spain


    Publicado el noviembre 5th, 2008 Adán Sin comentarios aún ...

    Proyecto PICT 2006-00586: Diseño, elaboración y ensayos de sensores fotovoltaicos para uso aeroespacial y terrestre

    Tipo de Beca: Nivel Superior

    Tema de la Beca: Diseño, fabricación y caracterización de sensores de radiación solar

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  • POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS to study the biophysics of microtubule motor proteins

    Publicado el febrero 5th, 2008 Adán Sin comentarios aún ...

    POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS are now available at the University of Pennsylvania to study the biophysics of microtubule motor proteins and/or microtubule plus end dynamics using single molecule approaches. A Ph.D. in cell biology, biochemistry, biophysics, biological chemistry,
    physics, or molecular biology is preferred. The funded position is part of a collaborative project between the laboratories of Dr. Erika Holzbaur and Dr. Yale E. Goldman, in the Dept. of Physiology in the School of Medicine and Pennsylvania Muscle Institute. The research involves the use of single molecule approaches both in vitro and in vivo to examine microtubule motor function and microtubule plus end dynamics in molecular detail. Lee la entrada completa »

  • postdoc job openings at the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany)

    Publicado el diciembre 11th, 2007 Adán Sin comentarios aún ...

    Two Postdoc Positions in Experimental Nonlinear Optics & Quantum Optics

    Two postdoc positions are available in our laser laboratory in the Institute of Applied Physics at the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany), dealing with coherent laser-matter interaction, nonlinear optics, and optical information storage/processing. The positions are available for a duration of 1-3 years, depending on the negotiations with the candidate. We offer attractive projects in a modern state-of-the-art laser laboratory, international co-operations, considerable research funds, lively atmosphere and team spirit, and a competitive salary, i.e. based on German standards for academics.
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  • postdoctoral positions in ultrafast dynamics in nanomaterials

    Publicado el diciembre 11th, 2007 Adán Sin comentarios aún ...

    We have two openings for postdoctoral fellows in the area ultrafast dynamics
    in photovoltaic Nanomaterials. Our research in focused on interfacial charge
    transfer processes in photovoltaic and photocatalytic nano-materials and at
    solid/liquid interfaces. Nanomaterials of interest include semiconductor
    (TiO2, CdSe..) and metal (Au and Ag) nanoparticles, thin films, and
    nanocomposites. We also investigate charge transfer dynamics on bulk single
    crystal surfaces and at single molecule/nanoparticle level to provide
    further insight as well as to facilitate comparison with theoretical
    studies. We are employing three spectroscopic methods to examine these
    dynamics: 1) pump-probe transient absorption spectroscopy in the visible and
    infrared in nanomaterials; 2) Second Harmonic and vibrational sum frequency
    generation spectroscopy on single crystal surfaces; and 3) single
    molecule/particle fluorescence spectroscopy.
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