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.
Call for 8 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellows
closes 17th April, 2017
Open competition for the position of postdoctoral research
associate in the Team 10.
The research studies in which the candidate is to participate:
Development of new method for determination of equilibrium
constant for complex formation, concentrations and diffusion
coefficients in solutions and living cells at nanomolar down to
picomolar concentration of reagents.
Deadline 1 June 2017
Open competition for the 1 position of PostDoc (Adiunct)
in the TEAM Project - Functional Hybrid Materials and
The project aims to develop novel synthetic approaches
leading from well-defined molecular components to various
nano-scaled inorganic-organic materials with specific
functions, which are now required to support the
unprecedented technological advances that have occurred
throughout the 21st century.
Deadline 20 June 2017