- [Netherlads] PhD position in Experimental investigation of population dynamics under flow at Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM)
- [Netherlands] PhD position in Defect engineering of ultra-thin photoelectrodes for solar water splitting at Delft University of Technology
- [Finland] PhD position in Organic Chemistry at University of Helsinki
PhD position in Experimental investigation of population dynamics under flow at Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM)
The PhD project concerns the experimental study of the dynamics of bacterial populations under flowing conditions. To this purpose bacterial colonies will be grown in microfluidic devices. The main emphasis in this project is the development of a controllable microfluidic environment able to sustain the bacterial growth and on the accurate measurement of the flow effects on the dynamics of the population. The growth of the bacterial populations will be observed by means of confocal microscopes and recorded with high-resolution cameras. Computational modeling will be used to control the flow conditions and to model the population growth. The PhD project will involve work at the interface between experimental microfluidic, biology and physics. Tools from statistical physics will be employed to develop a quantitative understanding of the interplay between fluid transport and the biological processes in bacterial populations.
PhD position in Defect engineering of ultra-thin photoelectrodes for solar water splitting at Delft University of Technology
Charge transport and recombination at e.g. ionic point defects in ultra-thin films are poorly understood. The role of the PhD student is to i) explore the structure and nano-scale defect chemistry of these ultra-thin films in relation to the photo-electrochemical performance, and ii) to deposit optimized ultra-thin absorber films inside mesoporous host structures. The ultimate goal is to fabricate a highly efficient visible-light sensitive articial leaf photoelectrode for water splitting.
PhD position in Organic Chemistry at University of Helsinki
PhD position in Organic Chemistry, Finland: The Department of Chemistry at the University of Helsinki invites applications for 2 PhD student positions for a fixed term of a maximum of four years beginning on 1 August 2011.
The Department of Chemistry, University of Helsinki, Finland is the leading and most diverse teaching and research community in its field in Finland. The Department engages in international high quality research, educates chemists with the skills and knowledge necessary to work as researchers and teachers both in Finland and abroad, and influences public decision making in matters relevant to its field.
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