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Job offers

At this page microscopy related job opportunities are presented. The information shown remains the responsibility of the original author. So far these announcements are free of charge for jobs at Universities and other non-profit institutes throughout Europe as well as for ECMA members (the corporate members of EMS). EMS members working outside Europe can also for free post job positions at their respective research group. Others pay Euro 200 per announcement. Companies eligible for ECMA membership are requested to join the silver ECMA membership category (Euro 250).

Job information suitable for this page (in English) may be sent to the EMS secretary.

 

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
    Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Application Scientist – Life Science TEM (3x)
    Announcement date: 18 May 2018

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    Description

    The position requires the candidate to combine a solid scientific foundation with a strong commercial interest, have the ability to work independently, and to be a great networker with excellent communication skills. The Application Scientist for Life Sciences TEMwill work closely with top specialists in electron microscopy at leading research institutes in Life Sciences, ensuring that early adopters of new Thermo Scientific technology are successful in obtaining optimal results from their microscope. This role reports into our applications Manager Life Sciences and is part of a team of 15 life science application specialists and requires intense travelling (up to 70%).
    The Application Scientist also serves as a scientific ambassador for Thermo Scientific at the customer location. Operating at the cutting edge of science and nanotechnology, the Application Scientist is responsible for advanced customer training and the (scientific) results achieved, as well as for providing the customer with an efficient inroad into Thermo Fisher Scientific.

    Requirements

    The successful candidate will possess the following combination of education and experience:

    • Typically requires a Masters or preferably a PhD in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Biophysics or Structural Biology, with strong post academic background demonstrating expertise in critical microscopy application areas (sample preparation, cryo-EM data collection and processing)
    • Typically requires approximately 5 years of experience in high-end electron-microscopy in an advanced research (academia or industry) environment
    • Experience in interacting with multiple stakeholders in a professional environment 
    • Confident, determined and people-oriented
    • Capacity to work independently as well as in teams
    • Strong communicative and inter-cultural skills (verbal and non-verbal)
    • Willingness to very frequent traveling (up to 70%)

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  • ShanghaiTech University - The Centre for High-resolution Electron Microscopy
    China

    Announcement date: 18 May 2018

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    Description

    The responsibility of this position include, but not limited to:

    1. Involved into the installation, daily maintenance and advanced operationof the Electron Microscopes. 
    2. Training of the potential EM users to guarantee they could operate the EMs in a proper way to meet their research requirement. 
    3. Involved into support of scientific research for PIs in SPST. 
    4. Contributing for the development and further growth of the CћEM.

    Requirements

    1. Experience of  independent operation on SEM, TEM or FIB. Capability of management of daily EMor FIB running.
    2. Background knowledge of inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, physics, materials science and other related majors. Under 35 yrs old. 
    3. Master’s Degree or above. Doctor’s Degree or PhD candidate is a plus.
    4. Good English skills.
    5. Capability of workingwith groups as a good team worker. Passionate on work related to EMs.

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    Contact

    eMail
    osamuterasaki@mac.com
  • The University of Western Australia - Centre for Microscopy, Characterisation and Analysis
    Peth, Australia
    Lecture/Senior Lecturer in Optical Microscopy
    Announcement date: 17 May 2018

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    Description

    This leadership role will require high level expertise in optical microscopy with the ability to initiate and conduct collaborative high-impact bio-medical research locally, nationally and internationally. Responsible for the day-to-day management of the laboratory and overseeing and coordinating user training of the Facility, the successful appointee will oversee quality control procedures as well as processing and interpretation of data.  As academic leader you will perform the full range of academic activities including teaching, training and student supervision.  This role will also be the main point of contact for users and stakeholders locally, nationally and internationally.

     Closing date: Monday, 11 June 2018

    Requirements

    With the ability and experience to lead research programs in optical microscopy in a bio-medical research setting, the successful appointee will demonstrate the following:

    • PhD in biological sciences or similar.
    • Significant experience in optical microscopy and related techniques, e.g. confocal, super-resolution, etc.
    • Demonstrated ability to carry out independent and collaborative research in a bio-medical research setting.
    • A willingness to assume responsibility for a multi-user microscopy facility.
    • Demonstrated experience in image processing and large-scale data management.
    • An ability to attract research funding through the preparation of competitive grant applications.
    • Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication skills and organisational abilities, setting priorities and meeting deadlines.

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  • The University Rostock - The Leibniz Institute for Catalysis
    Rostock, Germany
    Scientist (PhD) Analytical Transmission Electron Microscopy
    Announcement date: 17 May 2018

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    Description

    Your task
    • Investigation of solid catalysts by Cs -corrected STEM using a JEOL ARM 200F with EELS and EDX
    • Design, performance and evaluation of experiments using STEM including in situ investigations of catalysts
    • writing publications and presenting scientific results
     
    Please send your complete application documents specifying the reference number 300 - 01/2018 in a single file to bewerbungen@catalysis.de until June 30th  at the latest.

    Requirements

    • PhD in physics , chemistry or material science
    • sound experience in TEM and EELS spectroscopy as well as in common software tools
    • fluent written and spoken English (German desired)
    • self-reliance and creativity
    • excellent communication and teamwork skills

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    Contact

    Identity
    Dr. Carsten Kreyenschulte
    Phone
    +49 381/1281- 364
    eMail
    carsten.kreyenschulte@catalysis.de
  • l-time Ph.D. research scholarship within the School of Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronic and Biomedical Engineering
    New South Wales, Australia
    PhD scholarship
    Announcement date: 11 May 2018

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    Description

    Requirements

    The candidate should possess an Honours degree (>80% GPA) in materials science / physics/metallurgi cal engineering or equivalent and satisfy the English language requirements. Qualifications (e.g. Masters degree ) with a significant materials research component and/or significant research work experience in a materials related field. Knowledge of crystallography, deformation accommodation mechanisms and phase transformation s . Experience in X - ray diffraction or elec tron microscopy. Experience in scripting in Matlab.    

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    Contact

    Professor Elena Pereloma Director, UOW Electron Microscopy Centre Senior Professor of Physical Metallurgy Email: elenap@uow.edu.au

    Dr Azdiar Gazder Senior Research Fellow, UOW Electron Microscopy Centre,University of Wollongong, Email: azdiar@uow.edu.au

  • University of Manchester
    Manchester, United Kingdom
    Research Associates in Lithography (2 posts available)
    Announcement date: 09 May 2018

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    Description

    Applications are invited for two postdoctoral researchers in studies of lithography resists in the School of Chemistry with Prof Richard Winpenny and Dr Scott Lewis. The project is to study new materials as resists for lithography, focussing on electron beam lithography. The project is in collaboration with colleagues at the Kavli Nanoscience Institute at California Institute of Technology and with York Probe Sources, and hence offers opportunities to work in the USA and with an industrial partner.

    Requirements

    Applicants must have a PhD(or equivalent) in an appropriate area of physics, chemistry or a related discipline and experience of either lithography or electron microscopy..

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    Contact

    Enquiries about the vacancy, shortlisting and interviews:

    Email: richard.winpenny@manchester.ac.uk

    General enquiries:

    Email: hrservices@manchester.ac.uk

    Tel: 0161 275 4499

    Technical support:

    Email: universityofmanchester@helpmeapply.co.uk

    Tel: 0161 850 2004

  • University of Antwerp and University of Oxford

    Postdoctoral and PhD positions
    Announcement date: 07 May 2018

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    Description

    The main goal of this project is to realize a major breakthrough in the quantitative analysis of imaging and analytical techniques in scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM). 

    • Depending on your interest, the successful candidate will work on (i) the development of a multivariate statistical framework to simultaneously analyse STEM, EELS, and EDX datasets or(ii) the acquisition and quantitative analysis of experimental data.
    • The PhD candidate prepares a doctoral thesis in the field of sciences.
    • The postdoctoral researcher has the opportunity to supervise student projects.
    • You publish scientific articles related to the research project of the assignment.
    • You present your work at national and international workshops and conferences.
    • You will be employed at the University of Antwerp and closely interact with the team at the University of Oxford involving frequent research stays in Oxford. 

    Please submit your motivation letter, CV, summary of your Master and/or PhD thesis, and names of 2 professional referees as one single PDF file. Your application should be sent by email to lucian.covaci@uantwerpen.be mentioning the keyword "Multivariate_STEM" in the email subject. 

     

    Requirements

    • The PhD candidate holds a master degree while the postdoctoral researcher holds a PhD degree with a background in e.g. physics, statistics, mathematics, transmission electron microscopy or scientific computing.
    • You are enthusiastic and greatly interested in the quantitative analysis of electron microscopy data.
    • You can submit outstanding academic results.
    • You are highly motivated, quality-oriented, conscientious, creative and cooperative.

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    Contact

    Sandra Van Aert, tel.+32 3 265 3252, sandra.vanaert@uantwerpen.beor

    Peter D Nellist, tel. +44 1865 273656, peter.nellist@materials.ox.ac.uk

  • Istituto Officina dei Materiali
    Trieste, Italy
    PostDoc position in Electron Microscopy at CNR-IOM
    Announcement date: 07 May 2018

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    Description

    Advanced characterisation by electron microscopy of nanostructured material and heterostructures based on strongly correlated systems....

    Deadline for applications: 20/07/2018

    Requirements

    PhD in Physics or similar

    Proven experience in transmission electron microscopy

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    Contact

    Regina Ciancio
    Scientist
    CNR-IOM, TASC Laboratory
    Area Science Park
    Basovizza S.S. 14 Km 163.5
    34149 Trieste, Italy
    Phone: +39 040 375 6467
    Fax: +39 040 226767
  • IST Austria
    Klosterneuburg, Austria
    Cryo-EM Specialist (f/m) FULL TIME (40h)
    Announcement date: 02 May 2018

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    Description

    Electron Microscopy facility at IST Austria is expanding in the cryo-EM field. The complete cryo-EM infrastructure, which covers both SPA and cryo-ET workflow on the top level, is going to be established at IST Austria within this year. Following setups are going to be installed: 300kV TEM Titan Krios (Phase-plate, 2x DDD, BioQuantum); 200kV TEM Glacios (Phase-plate, DDD), Cryo-FIB/SEM Aquilos. To strengthen our team, we are looking for highly motivated person fulfilling our requirements who will be highly motivated to take over cryo-EM related responsibility in a challenging international environment.

    Responsibilities

    • Operating and maintenance of cryo-EM equipment.
    • Monitoring of systems, regular system check including systems alignment.
    • Training, assistance, on-site support and supervision of users.
    • Monitoring of compliance with rules. 
    • Active contribution to the development of the EM facility.

    To apply for this position send your application in one combined pdf (including CV, certificates and references) by e-mail to: recruiting@ist.ac.at

     

    Requirements

    • An advanced degree (M.S./Ph.D.) in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Structural Biology or Physics.
    • Practical experience with cryo-EM application areas (sample preparation, single particle and/or tomography data collection, data processing), which includes all or most of the following SW: EPU, FEI Tomography suite, Serial EM, Imod, Relion.
    • Experience with cryo-CLEM and FIB milling is an advantage.
    • Min. 2 years of high-end cryo-EM hands-on experience.
    • Excellent team player that can also work independently.
    • High degree of reliability, organizational and interpersonal skills.
    • Service oriented approach towards researches.
    • Excellent communication, presentation and writing skills in English.

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    Contact

    Ludek Lovicar

    Manager of Electron Microscopy Facility

    Phone:  +43-(0)2243 9000 1066

    Email:      ludek.lovicar@ist.ac.at

  • The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
    Norway
    PhD position in Rational Alloy Design: Experimental Materials Physics (PhD2)
    Announcement date: 30 April 2018

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    Description

    A PhD position is available at the Department of Physics in the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology. The appointment has a duration of 3 years with the possibility of until 1 year extension with 25% teaching duties in agreement with the department. (To undertake the teaching duties it is a requirement that the candidate speaks Norwegian or another Scandinavian language). The position is financed by the NTNU digitalization program and has a special responsibility of carrying out TEM measurements and data acquisition for the project ALLDESIGN.

    Applications with CV, certificates from both Bachelor and Master, possible publications and other scientific works, copies of transcripts, (copies of documentation on English language proficiency test) and reference letters should be submitted electronically through www.jobbnorge.no

    The reference number of the position is: NV- 60/18

    Application deadline:  27.05.2018

    Requirements

    The applicant must have an MSc (or equivalent) in physics, materials technology or a closely related field. We are seeking a person with a good experimental background and experience in materials characterization. Applicants with prior experience in electron microscopy, and TEM in particular, will be strongly preferred. Knowledge and practical experience with the relevant data handling and analysis, as well as experience with relevant sample preparation techniques for electron microscopy are also desirable.

    The successful candidate should be creative, with a strong ability to work problem oriented. He/she should also enjoy interdisciplinary research and take keen interest in learning and working in teams. Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates with a PhD degree will not be considered for the position.

    The regulations for PhD programmes at NTNU state that a Master degree or equivalent with at least 5 years of studies and an average grade of A or B within a scale of A-E for passing grades (A best) for the two last years of the MSc is required. Candidates from universities outside Norway are kindly requested to send a Diploma Supplement or a similar document, which describes in detail the study and grade system and the rights for further studies associated with the obtained degree:
    http://ec.europa.eu/education/tools/diploma-supplement_en.htm

    The position requires spoken and written fluency in the English language. Applicants from non-English-speaking countries outside Europe must document English skills by an approved test.  Approved tests are TOEFL, IELTS and Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English(CAE) or Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE).

    More information

    Contact

    Professor Randi Holmestad

    Department of Physics, NTNU 

    Tel. +47 735 93880

    E-mail: randi.holmestad@ntnu.no

  • The University of Sheffield - Department of Materials Science and Engineering
    United Kingdom
    Electron Microscopy Facility Manager
    Announcement date: 30 April 2018

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    Description

    You will be responsible for the ensuring the effective day-to-day operation of the Centre, working closely with the Academic Director, Professor John Rodenburg. This involves managing a small team to deliver a high quality service to internal and external users. You will ensure effective service delivery by developing and implementing a business model for the Centre’s operation as well as taking responsibility for the financial management of the Centre and health and safety. You will also work closely with academic and marketing colleagues to raise the profile of the Centre in order to maximize the Centre’s commercial opportunities and income. As an experienced practitioner in electron/ion microscopy, you will contribute directly to the world-leading research undertaken in the Centre....

    Deadline:17th May 2018

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    Requirements

    You should have a good honours degree in a scientific or engineering discipline. A PhD in a subject area that required electron microscopy (EM) work (preferably in materials science), or have equivalent experience of EM. You must be able to manage effectively in a small team and have excellent communication skills.

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  • The University of Sheffield - Department of Materials Science and Engineering
    United Kingdom
    Experimental Officer
    Announcement date: 30 April 2018

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    Description

    We have an exciting opening for an Experimental Officer to provide training and technical support for our transmission electron microscopes (TEMs).

    You will work together with PhD students, Research Associates and commercial users over a large variety of projects. You will be part of a small team who run the Sorby Centre for Electron Microscopy, one of the largest facilities of its kind in the UK, comprising 14 electron microscopes, including a state-of-the-art double aberration-corrected JEOL S/TEM and a JEOL analytical S/TEM F2 which has just been installed.

    Your main responsibilities will be to train new users how to operate the microscopes and how to use the extensive specimen preparation facilities we have available, as well as advising existing users on how to obtain excellent results. Together with the rest of the team, your role will also include ensuring that the instrumentation is run at specification and maintained appropriately.

    Deadline:17th May 2018

    Ref:UOS019015

    Requirements

    You should have a PhD in a subject area that required TEM work (preferably in material science), or have equivalent experience in a relevant academic discipline. You must be able to work effectively in a small team and have excellent communication skills. Experience of teaching users of TEM would be advantageous.

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  • Sydney Microscopy & Microanalysis
    Sydney, Australia
    Cryo/Biological Transmission Electron Microscopist
    Announcement date: 27 April 2018

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    Description

    The Cryo/Biological Transmission Electron Microscopist will manage and maintain the cryo Transmission Electron (TEM) microscope and the cryo specimen preparation laboratory for the high-end cryo research projects at Sydney Microscopy & Microanalysis (SMM). The incumbent will provide expert technical support to researchers, focusing primarily on users’ needs in the areas of specimen preparation, cryo microscopy data collection and analysis and interpretation of images and data.  

    • Opportunity to work with an outstanding team in one of the most exciting microscopy laboratories in the world
    • Located at Camperdown Campus
    • Full-time continuing appointment with a 106Kp.a remuneration package, which includes leave loading and up to 17% super

    Closing date: 11.30pm Thursday 24th May 2018

    Requirements

    • a postgraduate degree in science, life sciences / structural biology or a relevant science field together with relevant work experience in cryo electron microscopy
    • demonstrated experience and expertise in cryo transmission and/or cryo scanning electron microscopy
    • the ability to ascertain methodological developments and the needs of users across cryo electron microscopy in addition to experience in the supervision, training and mentoring of users
    • skills in advanced cryo electron microscopy techniques
    • demonstrated experience in manual and/or automated image acquisition for single particle analysis and/or cryo-electron tomography
    • experience in manual and/or automated vitrification

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  • University of Leuven
    Leuven, Belgium
    PhD and postdoc positions
    Announcement date: 26 April 2018

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    Description

    In this project, we aim to identify specific circuits in the submucous and myenteric plexus that are activated in response to luminal stimuli (nutrients, commensal and infectious bacteria). Using optogenetic technology in combination with a custom-built imaging system that simultaneously provides overview and detail, we will explore the pathways that are switched on by intestinal contents and examine whether they converge onto the local and/or extrinsic signaling pathways.

    Application deadline: June 30, 2018

    Requirements

    Profile and requirements:
    - You received basic or advanced training in (neuro)physiology or gastroenterology, and have a keen interest in technological approaches
    - You are a strong team player and motivated to become part of a multidisciplinary research group.
    - You communicate well in English and have experience writing scientific papers in English
    - You are passionate about how neurons and cellular systems interact to control organ function.
    - Experience with microscopic or electrophysiology techniques is an asset
     
    Postdoctoral researcher: 
    - You obtained a doctoral degree (no longer than 3 years ago) in the domain of life sciences (biotechnology, biology, biochemistry; bio-engineering; (bio)medical sciences) and a strong interest in microscopic imaging technology.
    - Some experience with electrophysiological techniques is an asset.
    - You have experience with supervising PhD and master’s students.
    - You have a keen interest in quantitative approaches.
    - Basic experience with physiology, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, confocal microscopy is required.

    - Candidates who are eligible for Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship are encouraged to apply (check eligibility here)
     
    PhD:
    - You hold a master’s degree in optics/physics/technology or in the domain of life sciences (biotechnology, biology, biochemistry; bio-engineering (bio)medical sciences).
    - You have a good understanding of (neuro)biology 
    - You have a keen interest in (optical) microscopy 
    - You have a critical scientific and quantitative attitude.
     
    - Students who are eligible for a Chinese Student Council (CSC) fellowship are encouraged to apply.

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    Contact

    Identity
    Prof. Dr. Pieter Vanden Berghe
    eMail
    pieter.vandenberghe@kuleuven.be
  • University of Leuven
    Leuven, Belgium
    Postdoctoral Researcher (or PhD student) in Neuroimaging - Neurophotonics
    Announcement date: 26 April 2018

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    Description

    In this project, we will explore the full extent of second-harmonic and fluorescence imaging techniques to investigate microtubular structures in neurons. Using non-linear optical approaches, structural information of specific biomolecules can be revealed in a label-free way. In combination with calcium imaging, electrical and optogenetic technology, we aim to investigate the relation between neuronal activity, axonal transport and microtubule structure.

    You can apply for this job no later than June 30, 2018 via the online application tool

    Requirements

    Profile and requirements:
    - You received basic or advanced training in optics and have a keen interest in (neuro)biology or vice versa.
    - You are a strong team player and motivated to become part of a multidisciplinary research group.
    - You communicate well in English and have experience writing scientific papers in English
    - You are passionate about (optical) technology, as well as neurosciences.
     
    Postdoctoral researcher: 
    - You obtained a doctoral degree (no longer than 3 years ago) in optics/physics/technology or in the domain of life sciences (biotechnology, biology, biochemistry; bio-engineering (bio)medical sciences) or equivalent.
    - Experience with or a keen interest in microscopic imaging or electrophysiology techniques (immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, confocal microscopy, live cell imaging, patch-clamp) is required.
    - Some experience with electrophysiological techniques and cell culture is an asset.
    - You have experience with supervising PhD and master’s students.
    - You have a clear interest in quantitative approaches and have experience with image analysis.
    - Candidates who are eligible for Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship are encouraged to apply (check eligibility via https://www.kuleuven.be/english/research/EU/f/extra/msca)
     
    PhD student:
    - You hold a master’s degree in optics/physics/technology or in the domain of life sciences (biotechnology, biology, biochemistry; bio-engineering (bio)medical sciences).
    - You have a keen interest in (optical) microscopy and a good understanding of (neuro) biology (or vice versa)
    - You have a critical scientific and quantitative attitude.
    - Students who are eligible for a Chinese Student Council (CSC) fellowship are encouraged to apply.

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    Contact

    Identity
    Prof. Dr. Pieter Vanden Berghe
    eMail
    pieter.vandenberghe@kuleuven.be
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