- [UK] Colt Foundation Fellowships in Occupational/Environmental Health 2011
- [Germany] PhD student position in experimental atomic physics at Heidelberg University
- [Germany] International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Cell Biology and Bioengineering
The Foundation awards Fellowships each year to persons who are qualified in science or medicine who are carrying out research within the area of occupational and environmental health at a UK university. The Fellowship is normally for three years and the research is expected to lead to a PhD degree.
How to apply
Prospective students should apply to Mrs Jackie Douglas, address below, and should include an outline of the proposed research which demonstrates the occupational content of their work, a CV, a detailed letter of support from the proposed supervisor and the contact details of two referees. The application must be submitted by the student personally and not by their supervisor on their behalf, although it is expected that the supervisor will have an input to ensure that the project can lead to a successful PhD.
We are seeking a highly motivated and independent PhD student, trained in experimental atomic physics, who has a strong interest in doing research in physics of Highly Charged Ions (HCI) and Relativistic Atomic Collisions.
Our group, based in Physics Institute of Heidelberg University, studies fundamental atomic electromagnetic interactions in the domain of strong fields of heavy HCI and hard x-rays. Our experimental program is accomplished at the external facilities. The GSI/Darmstadt Experimental Storage Ring and the newly developed Stockholm Electron Beam Ion Trap are used for production and experiments with the heaviest HCI up to bare uranium, i.e. up to the limits of the atomic matter. Experiments at the electron accelerator S-DALINAC of Technische UniversitÃ¤t Darmstadt complement these studies. To enable these investigations we develop novel hard x-ray polarimeters based on modern position-sensitive semiconductor detectors.
International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Cell Biology and Bioengineering
The International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Cell Biology and Bioengineering (IMPRS-MCBB) is a joint program of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics (MPI-CBG) and the Technische UniversitÃ¤t Dresden (TUD), and was established as one of the first International Max Planck Research Schools by the Max Planck Society in 2001.
The IMPRS-MCBB provides interdisciplinary training and research opportunities in a highly attractive and inspiring research environment for outstanding University Graduates who wish to work
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