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  • Instituto de Nanociencia y Materiales de Aragon (INMA)
    Zaragoza, Spain
    PhD Position In situ TEM Studies of Carbon and Related Nanostructures
    Announcement date: 18 May 2022

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    Description

    Carbon-based and related nanostructures (hexagonal boron nitride, molybdenum disulfide...) are very promising nanomaterials due to their unique mechanical, thermal and electronic properties. Moreover, the prospect of tailoring their properties to meet the requirements of specific applications [1] is opening exciting venues of research. In-situ transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is the ideal tool to investigate these materials at the atomic scale under controlled conditions [2-5].
    We are seeking for a highly motivated student. The successful candidate will investigate the atomic structure and configuration of different 1D & 2D nanomaterials using a range of instruments such as aberration-corrected TEM (chiefly atomically resolved (S)TEM and EELS), FIB, SEM, Raman and XPS.

    Requirements

    Candidates should hold a MSc in Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science or other related areas. Previous experience in TEM (HR(S)TEM, EELS) and a background in carbon-based nanostructures will be considered, as well as aknowledge in XPS or FIB would be appreciated.
    The duration of the position is 36 months, starting October-December 2022.

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    Contact

    Raul ARENAL (arenal@unizar.es)

  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
    Karlsruhe, Germany
    Research Associate (f/m/d) - PostDoc Position
    Announcement date: 18 May 2022

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    Description

    As part of the Carl Zeiss Foundation funded project “KeraSolar”. Your responsibilities will include the investigation of novel ceramic solar cells with analytical electron microscopy. You will work together with researchers from electrical engineering and materials science to physics and chemistry to contribute to the material development and improvement of solar-cell properties.


    In particular, you will have the following tasks:
    • Investigation of perovskite-based thin-film solar cells using different analytical techniques of
    transmission electron microscopy and scanning electron microscopy.
    • Development of electron microscopic methods to solve project-specific issues
    • Assessment of material quality and contributions to material development
    • Correlation of microstructural features with optoelectronic properties
    • Close cooperation with project partners from different disciplines
    • Documentation and publication of the results
    • Presentation of the results at conferences
    • Introduction and Co-supervision of Bachelor and Master students

    Requirements

    The ideal candidate should hold a PhD in physics, materials science or in a related field. In addition, several years of experience in electron microscopy is a prerequisite and experience with FIB-based sample preparation is advantageous. Your profile: you are a good team player, enthusiastic, and willing to learn new skills. Very good writing and oral communication skills in English are required.

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    Contact

    Heike Stoermer

    heike.stoermer@kit.edu

  • Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden
    Dresden, Germany
    Research Associate / PhD Student Atomically resolved EMCD on ferrimagnets measured with electron vortex beams
    Announcement date: 16 May 2022

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    Description

    Electron vortex beams carry a discrete orbital angular momentum, and are predicted to reveal electron energy loss magnetic chiral dichroism (EMCD) upon interacting with magnetic samples down to the atomic scale. However, proof-of-concept experiments so far failed since the weak magnetic signal is still hidden behind the poor signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of the acquired spectra. Within this project we therefore seek to develop strategies to improve the SNR on the methodical side as well as on the materials side – both of which are essential for a successful proof-of-concept experiment. We anticipate to build a fundamental understanding of how electron vortex beams with high spatial coherence and purity can be generated and how different material properties impact on the SNR for the detection of an atomically resolved EMCD signal. Tasks of the PhD student are working on aberration corrected TEM with a newly developed path of rays for vortex microscopy, improvement of vortex aperture quality, data analysis, and magnetic material pre-characterization. In addition, the project is strongly support by inelastic scattering simulations, which help to understand the complex interaction mechanisms.

    Requirements

    above-average university degree achieved in short study period,
    • willingness and ability to think beyond the boundaries of your field, to act in an international and
    diverse environment and to live an open and constructive communication,
    • strong analytic and problem-solving skills, creativity,
    • an independent, target- and solution-driven work attitude,
    • fluency in English, knowledge of German would be a plus.

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    Contact

    For informal enquiries, please contact Dr. Darius Pohl (darius.pohl@tu-dresden.de, +49-351-463-35452) or Linda Luther (linda.luther@tu-dresden.de, +49 351 463-41093).

  • University of Greifswald - Institute of Geography and Geology
    Greifswald, Germany
    Technician for electron microscopy and nanoanalytics
    Announcement date: 16 May 2022

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    Description

    The Institute of Geography and Geology at the University of Greifswald has an available post as a full-time (40-hour week) technician to work in the Electron Microbeam Unit. The facility also provides services for other academic disciplines, in particular physics, biochemistry and material sciences. The unit is equipped with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), cross beam focused ion beam (FIB)-SEM and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) that host a range of microanalytical devices and procedures (EDX, EBSD, ion-polishing, slice-and-view microscopy, cryo. etc) for microbeam analyses of nanoscale structures in minerals, metals and synthetic materials. The candidate is expected to undertake sample preparation of various materials and to operate, supervise, train and maintain the usage of the equipment. An ideal candidate will bring expertise in FIB-SEM and/or TEM microscopy.

    The candidate is expected to have good written and oral communication skills in German and/or English, and accurately maintain detailed written records. Participation in project meetings may be required, which includes involvement in report writing, applications and planning. A willingness to improve language skills in both German and English is expected.

    Requirements

    Appropriate technical qualifications or equivalent practical experience in electron microscopy, especially FIB/SEM or TEM.

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    Contact

    To apply for this position (22/M11) please send your application, which should include a cover letter stating your motivation and a detailed CV as one pdf file by email to:  bewerbung@uni-greifswald.de. Applications from women are particularly welcome and will be treated with priority if they have the same qualifications and as long as there are no clear reasons which make a fellow applicant more suitable.

  • IRIG institute - Laboratory of Advanced Electron Microscopy for Materials Study (LEMMA)
    Grenoble, France
    Atomic scale analysis of carbon based 1D structures by advanced transmission electron microscopy
    Announcement date: 06 May 2022

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    Description

    A postdoc position is open at the Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble (https://www.cea.fr/drf/irg), a research institute which depends on the CEA-Grenoble and the Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA). This position is offered in the framework of the ANR project DARWIN, in collaboration with the L2C (Montpellier) and the CINaM (Marseille) labs, dedicated to the chiral selectivity of carbon based nanotubes. The control of structural chirality in single wall carbon nanotube (SWCNT) is one of the most
    important challenges remaining for 1D based electronics and photonics. Main objective of the work is to study the detailed atomic structure, such as chirality, defects and molecular junctions, of CVD grown single wall (SW) CNTs using advanced electron microscopy (HR-TEM and -STEM) in order to elucidate the mechanisms of chiral selectivity. One-dimensional van der Waals (vdW) heterostructure, boron nitride (BN) on SWCNT, will also be investigated to study the growth and the impact of chiral nature on the optical properties. The EELS will be used for chemical analysis including the bonding state and the 4D-STEM techniques will be applied for a simultaneous chiral and charge density mapping in the extremely thin C-BN twisted 1D vdW structures.

    Requirements

    Qualifications
    - PhD in physics, materials science or equivalent
    - Expertise/knowledge in electron microscopy with various analytical methods
    - Knowledge on 1D or/and 2D materials would be highly appreciated
    - The candidate must be motivated to collaborate with colleagues and the project partners

    Application
    Interested candidates are asked to send curriculum vitae, a motivation letter, list of publications and two references or reference letters.

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    Contact

    Hanako Okuno – hanako.okuno@cea.fr

  • University of Maastricht - Nanoscopy division - Maastricht Multimodal Molecular Imaging institute (M4I)
    Maastricht, Netherlands
    Structural insight in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis pathogenicity
    Announcement date: 06 May 2022

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    Description

    Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by the bacillus Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. Even though TB is curable, about one and a half million people succumb to it every year. Current treatments are long and with side effects: the need for new antibiotics and vaccines is obvious.

    We aim to understand how gene products or proteins work within their cellular environment in health and disease. Our institute houses a state of the art cryo-Light Microscopy/Electron Microscopy correlative workflow from cellular localization, milling with focused ion beam (FIB-SEM), down to cryo-electron tomography, subvolume averaging and image processing to study how these nano-machines work under native conditions.

    We seek a talented PhD candidate to join our interdisciplinary team. Our biology research focuses on unraveling, controlling and tempering the pathogenicity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis at a molecular level. The applicant will apply biochemistry to purify and characterize molecular players in isolation. The structural characterization will be mainly done by single particle analysis.

    Requirements

     

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    Contact

    PhD advisers: Peter J. Peters and Raimond Ravelli

    Mühlegger, Anita (M4I) <a.muhlegger@maastrichtuniversity.nl>

  • University of Cambridge - Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
    Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Senior Electron Microscopy Technician
    Announcement date: 06 May 2022

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    Description

    Job reference: PM29453

    The Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre (CAIC) is recruiting for an enthusiastic technician to join the Electron Microscopy unit within the centre. CAIC provides advanced imaging services to the School of Biological Sciences, currently serving over 100 research groups. At present CAIC has an FEI Verios 460 SEM and Tecnai G2 TEM with associated sample preparation equipment. This role is to provide essential technical support to improve research throughput of our state-of the-art EM facility. The role holder will be responsible for assisting the Electron Microscopy Specialist and Lead Electron Microscopist in the delivery of a professional and comprehensive EM service. This service will include both EM sample preparation and assisting users in their imaging experiments. The role holder will work closely with the senior members of the team in order to achieve the centre's aims of providing access to advanced imaging capabilities in a sustainable environment through efficient cost recovery. This role requires a real enthusiasm for electron microscopy and would be ideal for someone who wishes to develop their microscopy skills with the guidance of our expert EM staff. You should have practical experience of biological scientific research work and a high degree of precision in following protocols and good communication skills.

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    Contact

    Karin Mueller at: khm20@cam.ac.uk or Kevin O'Holleran at ko311@cam.ac.uk.

  • CEMES-CNRS
    Toulouse, France
    Advanced TEM for Phase Change Memories and neuromorphic devices using GeSbTe alloys
    Announcement date: 06 May 2022

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    Description

    Phase Change Memory (PCM) appears as a promising alternative technology to overcome the limitations of flash memories. Phase Change Memories employ thin films of chalcogenide materials, a GeSbTe (GST) alloy, that is locally and reversibly switched between its crystalline and amorphous phase states using heating pulses (i.e. through electrical pulses). Information is contained in the pronounced difference of electrical conductivity between crystalline and amorphous phases of the GeSbTe alloy. Recent works, including ours, have demonstrated that beyond digital (2 bits) memories, these alloys can also be used to fabricate multi-level memories (several bits) remembering their “history”, i.e. able to reproduce synaptic activity and offer devices for artificial intelligence.
    Despite huge potentiality, developing and industrializing PCMs for advanced nodes require in depth understanding of the physical phenomena involved in the switching and storage mechanisms, this in the frame of scaled down dimensions. At the moment, most IC manufacturers are exploring the potential of such materials, in collaboration with academics, and this project is no exception. A simplified scheme of the cell architecture is shown in the figure and TEM view below. It includes the heater (TiSiN), the phase change material (GST) and the top electrode (TiN). The approximate dimensions illustrate the need of running studies at the nanometer scale.

    Requirements

    We are looking for a doctor in Physics or Materials Science with demonstrated experience in metallurgy and/or microelectronics using advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques (HREM, STEM, HAADF, ELS, EDX …) and sample preparation by FIB. Some knowledge of Raman or electrical characterizations would be a plus. Open minded and autonomous, he/she is willing to interact with others scientists and contribute to a common goal. He/she is motivated by the development of fundamental and applied research in collaboration with a major industrial player in the field of advanced electronic devices.

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    Contact

    Alain Claverie, CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse, claverie@cemes.fr

  • University of Plymouth
    United Kingdom
    Technical Specialist (Electron Microscopy)
    Announcement date: 22 April 2022

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    Description

    Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) has a vacancy for a full time, electron microscopy specialist. PEMC is a core facility within the University of Plymouth, supporting teaching, research and industrial collaborations.  We have a range of electron microscopes (SEM, TEM & FIB-SEM) equipped with an array of analytical techniques (EDS, WDS, EBSD, STEM & CL), as well as dedicated sample preparation equipment for both life and physical sciences, and engineering.
     
    This post sits within an interdisciplinary team of dedicated electron microscopists whom support teaching, research and development within the Faculty of Science & Engineering, as well as the wider University and our partner colleges.  Our technical specialists perform essential roles supporting and enabling both students and staff in one-to-one and whole group settings, maintaining and developing a range of electron microscopes and sample preparation equipment, and working with industrial or commercial partners. 
     
    This post focuses on supporting our colleagues and partners in both analytical scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and focused ion beam scanning electron microscopy (FIB-SEM), working directly with industry through our EU-funded ‘Plymouth Materials Characterisation Network’.  You will therefore have a first degree in a related scientific or engineering discipline, and demonstrable practical experience of electron microscopy (including FIB-SEM) in either a research or industrial environment.  You will also have a clear drive to develop your microscopy skills within our facility, and a desire to work alongside colleagues to develop a research profile within your field.
     
    Full details, including a more detailed job description, can be found online here. The closing date is the 16th of May 2022. 
     
    I am happy to answer any informal enquiries via email, but please note that all applications must be made online via our dedicated HR portal; email applications and CVs will not be accepted.

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    Contact

    For an informal discussion to find out more about the role then please contact Natasha Stephen by email natasha.stephen@plymouth.ac.uk or by telephone on +44 (0)1752 586 125.

  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Brno, Czech Republic
    Scientist - Applications Engineer (cryo-electron microscopy)
    Announcement date: 22 April 2022

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    Description

    Job reference: 201148

    We are looking for an enthusiastic Applications Specialist who is keen to participate in the development of the cutting-edge technology applied to the cryo-electron microscopy field. This person works at the intersection of the development, sales support, and the scientific community; collaborates with Applications, Technology, Systems and Software groups to ensure that product requirements are well understood, developed, implemented, and thoroughly tested.

    Requirements

    Requirements:

    • This position is ideal for an engineer/scientist with a background in electron microscopy and/or focused ion beams. The position is appropriate for a candidate with 3+ years of experience in a relevant commercial/research/production establishment with recent experience applying microscopy technology.
    • MSc or PhD in Biology, Material Science, Physics, Engineering or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the required skills.
    • Able to work independently as well as with cross-functional and cross-cultural teams.
    • Knowledge of advanced technology and diagnostics as well as operational-optimization experience of analytical equipment; specifically, electron/ion microscopes, optical microscopes, various energy dispersive spectrometers or other analytical techniques.
    • Knowledge of cryo-electron microscopy, correlative microscopy would be an advantage!
    • Proven experience with using software in complex products with extensive hardware interactions.
    • Strong communicative skills (both verbal and written), result oriented, work in dynamic environment.
    • Ability to write (scientific) papers and other publications.
    • Ability to travel both domestically as well as internationally and possession of a valid passport.
    • Language skills: fluent in English.

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    Contact

    Fecíková, Alexandra <alexandra.fecikova@thermofisher.com>
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Edinhoven, Netherlands
    Global Product Manager Service, Life Science
    Announcement date: 14 April 2022

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    Description

    Job reference: 197702

    Thermo Fisher Scientific’s global service marketing team focuses on optimizing revenue per system by developing, launching, pricing and promoting Services products based on segmented customer needs to strengthen customer loyalty and Thermo Fisher’s financial return.

    Requirements

    This position is ideal for a candidate with both a strong marketing and technical background who has successfully developed and executed targeted marketing programs for business-to-business technology markets and customers with complex buying cycles. Demonstrated success developing and executing global marketing plans desired. Ability to engage with others constructively, and manage relationships successfully, in a highly collegial culture is essential. 
    The candidate selected will be expected to understand the Service business strategy, market focus, customers, products, value proposition, and competitive points of differentiation, working closely with the company’s service organization and Service Directors to ensure appropriate alignment of service sales and marketing efforts.

    • University degree in Engineering/Science, Business, or Marketing is required.
    • MBA is desired
    • Prefer 5-10 years of product and/or service marketing experience in B2B technology marketing role, ideally with a company providing deeply technical solutions
    • International Business experience preferred.
    • Demonstrated ability creating global plans and managing global projects that serve targeted markets in North America, Asia and Europe
    • Demonstrated ability to work cross functionally at all levels technical and commercial team members
    • Strong leadership and interpersonal communication skills, and an ability to influence without authority, enrolling diverse teams in programs that meet overall divisional goals
    • Superb interpersonal communications, team collaboration, and cross-cultural skills to manage geographically dispersed project teams
    • Willing and able to travel domestically and internationally, up to 30 percent or more as re quired
    • A demonstrated passion for putting customer needs at the center of the business strategy

    In addition to the above requirements, the following is desirable:

    • An understanding of technologies used for imaging and analysis at the nanoscale (focused ion beam, electron microscopy, etc.)
    • An understanding of the Life Science microscopy marketplace and application

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  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Remote, France
    Account Manager - Electron Microscopy
    Announcement date: 12 April 2022

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    Description

    The Account Manager is responsible for managing sales/account management activities for all assigned locations, defining and driving sales strategies and ensuring the achievement of bookings, revenue and business goals.
    Primary responsibilities include the following:

    • Own all sales/ account management responsibilities of specified Thermo Fisher Scientific (FEI legacy) products to all sites including resolving any issues.
    • Define, align and implement Account Strategy for the Material Science markets.
    • Maintain accurate quarterly booking forecasts.
    • Understand all budget issues at each customer and take strategic action.
    • Confirm all system configurations, specifications and acceptance conditions are appropriate for closing orders.
    • Manage all User Group activity by product as required.
    • Manage system demonstrations by working closely with application engineers and product marketing managers.
    • Manage the sales booking process.
    • Manage product issues in the field by working closely with the Account service group and application engineers for solutions.
    • Work with Service Team to achieve excellent customer satisfaction

    Requirements

    This position is ideal for an experienced professional wanting to be involved with a dynamic team and exposed to a constant variety of customer application areas.
    The successful candidate will possess the following combination of education and experience:

    • Typically requires a university degree, in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering or Material Science
    • French language is required
    • A background in Electron Microscopy is appreciated
    • Proven background of sales management in a related product area
    • Highly developed negotiation skills for customer interaction and closure of sales and other issues
    • Excellent, enthusiastic, clear communication skills to a diverse audience is critical to the success of this position
    • Systematic problem solving by working with customers and account team
    • Presentation skills and creating materials for presentations to internal and external audiences
    • Ability to work in good cooperation within an account team
    • Ability to work independent, self-starter
    • Ability to travel to customer sites and factory locally and internationally
    • Driving Licence 

    We offer motivating and multi-divisional tasks in an innovative and international working environment.

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  • Thermo Fisher Scientific
    Eindhoven, Netherlands
    Market Development Manager Hydrogen & Catalysis
    Announcement date: 12 April 2022

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    Description

    Work closely with thought leaders in the catalysis industry to ensure our portfolio makes the customer successful in developing new catalysts and performing quality control in the manufacturing process. This will include:

    • Develop trust relationships with a portfolio of thought leaders to identify pain points and translate those into workflows and product requirements
    • Serve as the link of communication between key customers and internal teams
    • Proactively visit and present to catalyst key accounts to build a core understanding of our products and capability
    • Provide business updates to key partners within the company including market trends, requirements, customer satisfaction and competitive landscape updates
    • Coordinating with Product Management, Commercial Management and Marketing on growth initiatives and campaigns
    • Build brand awareness and recognition through industry segment specific Analyst, Media, and industry/customer engagement
    • Contribute to the industry segment go-to-market strategy and business plan
    • Create/develop suite of segment specific sales enablement materials
    • Relating independent product offerings into an integrated solution sale that offers the highest value proposition to the customer.

    Requirements

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities

    • Experience with electron microscopy of catalyst materials is a must 
    • Proven success in market development of complex and highly sophisticated instrumentation 
    • Proven ability to work effectively in a matrix environment
    • Experience in solution and value-added selling
    • Set and achieve goals, handle time, tasks and risks, meet deadlines and run heavy workloads
    • Excellent interpersonal, collaborative and communications skills
    • Effective negotiation skills
    • High energy level with the ability to take initiative
    • Strong aptitude for visualizing and conceptualizing future market, prospect, and account needs and trends
    • Strong listening skills
    • Ability to think creatively
    • Ability to travel 30%+ of time

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    Contact

     Roelans Silvie silvie.roelans@thermofisher.com

     

  • Monash University - Clayton Campus
    Victoria, Australia
    Research Fellow
    Announcement date: 12 April 2022

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    Description

    In this role, you will work on the experimental measurement and mapping of chemical bonds in and around nanostructures embedded in two classes of inhomogeneous, nanostructured materials, namely: self-assembling zinc-indium oxide thermoelectric superlattices, and aluminium alloys. 

    You will apply the latest techniques in quantitative convergent-beam electron diffraction (QCBED), using the multislice formalism, to electron diffraction data that you will collect with some of the most advanced transmission electron microscopes in the world within the Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy (MCEM). 

    To be successful in this role, a doctoral qualification in Physics or Chemistry or Materials Science and Engineering or equivalent qualifications and research experience as well as high level skills and experience in transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning TEM & convergent- beam electron diffraction (CBED), are necessary.

    Requirements

    Closing Date : Sunday 1 May 2022, 11:55pm AEST



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    Contact

    Associate Professor Philip Nakashima, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, +61 3 9905 9981 email: philip.nakashima@monash.edu

     

  • Centre for Integrative Biology, IGBMC
    Illkirch-Graffenstaden, France
    Scientist in super-resolution microscopy
    Announcement date: 11 April 2022

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    Description

    We have recently done a series of developments in super-resolution fluorescence microscopy to facilitate single molecule localization microscopy (SMLM) analysis. This includes a pipeline for image reconstruction, drift & chromatic aberration correction for dual-color analysis and resolution estimation (Andronov et al., Bioinformatics 2016), Voronoi-diagram based tools for 2D & 3D clustering and segmentation analysis (Andronov et al., Sci Rep 2016; Andronov et al., Bioinformatics 2018). Our latest development comprises a spectral demixing method which facilitates co-localization of proteins in SMLM.
     
    The person to be recruited should have a strong interest in conducting such developments, which aim at performing (i) developments in correlative light and electron microscopy (CLEM) at the interface between imaging, FIB/SEM, cryo electron tomography and single particle cryo-EM, and (ii) routine implementation of SMLM for various projects at the institute and for external users as part of the National and European Infrastructures FRISBI, Instruct-ERIC and iNEXT-Discovery. The long-term aim is to interface SMLM and cryo-EM to observe and reconstruct in 3D macromolecular complexes in the cellular context.
     
    The mission will be to design, develop and conduct specialized super-resolution microscopy to locate individual protein molecules in the cellular context, including fluorescence microscopy under cryo conditions to preserve samples for correlative imaging and cryo-EM analysis, and hence participate in the development and implementation of the necessary instrumentation, technology and image processing.

    Requirements

    The person to be recruited (Engineer or PhD) should have a master or a PhD and have a strong background in imaging, optics, physics or informatics & software developments and ideally have experience in super-resolution microscopy (e.g. dSTORM or PALM etc.).

     
    Furthermore, there is an opportunity in our team for a master internship, for example at the master M2 level with the possibility of conducting a PhD thesis afterwards.

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    Contact

    Applications should be sent via email to klaholz@igbmc.fr including CV, list of publications, names of 3 referees and motivation letter. The position remains open until filled, with an initial deadline for first applications April 22nd 2022.
     
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