Open PhD position in chemistry-material sciences and energy storage at Max Planck Institute-Germany
The project is on the development of sustainable electrolytes for next-generation batteries. The research focuses mainly on developing Zinc, Mn and Na batteries. The candidate should have a degree in Chemistry-Materials Science or closely related fields, with an outstanding profile, a strong background and interests in • Batteries • Electrolyte preparation and characterization • Electrode preparation • Electrochemical characterization To submit your candidature please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ELECT-PhD – [Name, Surname], with the attached PDF version of your CV and a short cover letter.
Our team at the Toulouse Institute for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases (INFINTy) (INSERM - UMR 1291) aims to uncover those biological processes that control the function of the immune system in disease and cancer. In particular we aim to understand how regulation of RNA takes place and the implication of its modulation in therapeutics. The candidate will be part of a multidisciplinary team that uncovers new genetic mechanisms in the production of cytokines by lymphocytes. He/she will carry an exciting project in central nervous system autoimmunity as well as cooperate with other members of the team in their project and in the day to day management and performance of experiments with animal models
Biology, Cell culture, methods in immunology and molecular biology, RNA biology: Isolation of RNA/RNA, PCR, transcriptomic, Biochemistry: gene cloning, Western blotting, Immunology: flow cytometry, ELISA, Statistics and Data analysis, Computing skills, Animal research, English (Advanced).
Master's degree in biology/immunology
To apply, please contact Dr. Manuel D. Diaz-Munoz (email@example.com) and send your CV indicating your training, experience and skills. Please provide letters of support or indicate the name and contact details of 2-3 referees. Send also a letter of motivation.
The Faculty wishes to appoint inspirational Lecturers/Senior Lecturers in Computer Cybersecurity/Computer Forensics to help shape our existing and new computing programmes in the School of Engineering, Technology and Design provision. We would welcome experience in the following, but not exclusively in areas of; Computing, Databases, Data Security, Cyber Security, Computer Forensic Investigation. Applications are welcomed from candidates who have industrial/police experience in computing, computer forensics and/or cybersecurity and those who are seeking a fractional appointment or a job-share opportunity.
The recruited postdoctoral researcher will conduct GWAS in the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha, as well as RNAseq, in response to diverse filamentous pathogens. The recruited postdoctoral researcher will join the ANR LEVEL-UP team, as part of the “Evolution of plant – microbe interactions” group (EVO) led by Pierre-Marc Delaux at the LRSV (UMR5546), in Toulouse.