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Master in Chemical Science and Engineering
The proposed project is placed between four thematic areas such as waste management, alternative fuels, sustainable energy, and environmental protection, and  oriented towards fundamental studies.
The short-term perspective of the proposed project includes an increased understanding of the waste-based biofuel properties and processing via catalytic route. Moreover, the design of the catalyst is proposed to be a subject of detailed investigation including different catalysts preparation methodology and catalyst active component stabilization. Results of proposed research are expected to contribute significantly to development and optimization of new class of nanomaterials, with superior performance, thermal stability and reliable costs compared to commercial catalysts.
The project is funded by The Foundation for Polish Science.
Competition for 22 PhD students positions under
NaMeS project (MSCA - COFUND)
The NaMeS is a research training programme of the Institute
of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences
(IPC) intended for Marie Sklodowska-Curie PhD fellows.
The programme, is designed to employ the
phenomenological knowledge concerning nanoscale
processes to the creation of new materials applicable in
industrial technology, medical diagnostics, and environmental
protection. NaMeS links chemistry, physics, mathematics,
biology and materials science with business. The programme
is aimed at creating a new generation of scientists,
capable of working in both scientific and business
sectors, and becoming stimulants and intermediaries of
knowledge & technology transfer on an international level.

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JOB FOR STUDENTS
JOB FOR PROFESSOR
 
The Nuclear Hyperpolarization of Molecular Systems and Nanomaterials Research Group is currently offering a postdoctoral fellowship position for a highly motivated organic/metalorganic chemist. The postdoctoral researcher will be involved in a project which is concerned with the development of the parahydrogen based hyperpolarization method known as Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange (SABRE). SABRE can enhance inherently weak NMR signals even by a few orders of magnitude. However, in order to conduct SABRE hyperpolarization in an efficient manner, appropriate catalysts are necessary. The preparation of such catalysts will be the main task for the postdoctoral research fellow. In particular, the postdoc will be responsible for the design of a catalytic system that enables hyperpolarization of biomolecules - in particular, oligopeptides, under biocompatabile  conditions.

Deadline 31 March 2017
Call for 8 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellows
(PhD positions)
closes 17th April, 2017
4 positions in theoretical chemistry/physics
4 positions in experimental chemistry
Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Physical
Chemistry of Biological Systems
The postdoc position is a part of the project funded by the
National Science Centre Poland, under MAESTRO funding
scheme. Removal of image distortions by Spatio-Temporal
Optical Coherence manipulation project is targeted at solving
one of the most basic problems of optics: in-vivo microscopic
imaging in optically inhomogeneous media. The objective of
this project is to broaden the knowledge about the image
formation process in the presence of highly distortive media
like biological samples. The Department of Physical
Chemistry of Biological Systems within the structure of the IPC
is led by reputable world-class scientist, prof. Maciej
Wojtkowski - a physicist, specializing in optics applications in
biology and medicine.

Deadline 14 April 2017

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Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Physical
Chemistry of Biological Systems
The postdoc position is a part of the CREATE project funded
by the European Commission under the ERA Chair
programme. The CREATE is targeted at development of a
new chair - Department of Physical Chemistry of Biological
Systems within the structure of the Institute of Physical
Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IPC) led by
reputable world-class scientist (ERA Chair holder). The project
predicts a number of measures to extend research excellency
of IPC into the new field - physical chemistry inspired by
biology.

Deadline 14 April 2017

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PhD Student (1 position) in the Department of Physical Chemistry of Biological Systems.
The PhD position is a part of the CREATE project funded by the European Commission under the ERA Chairs programme.

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