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13 days ago
Carinthian Tech Research AG (CTR)
Carinthian Tech Research AG (CTR)
Location: Villach, Austria
Junior Researcher Embedded Systems Engineer (f/m)
Carinthian Tech Research is an Austrian research centre, developing applied smart sensor solutions. We cooperate with multinational as well as small and medium-sized companies. To complete our research team, we offer the following position Junior Researcher Embedded Systems Engineer (f/m)
13 days ago
Carinthian Tech Research AG (CTR)
Carinthian Tech Research AG (CTR)
Location: Villach, Austria
Junior Researcher Magnetic MEMS Design (f/m)
Carinthian Tech Research is an Austrian research centre, developing applied smart sensor solutions. We cooperate with multinational as well as small and medium-sized companies. To…
13 days ago
Carinthian Tech Research AG (CTR)
Carinthian Tech Research AG (CTR)
Location: Villach, Austria
Senior MEMS Research Scientist (f/m)
Carinthian Tech Research is an Austrian research centre, developing applied smart sensor solutions. We cooperate with multinational as well as small and medium-sized companies. To complete our research team, we offer the following position: Senior MEMS Research Scientist (f/m)
13 days ago | Closing on Apr 02
RMIT International University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam)
RMIT International University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam)
Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Asia | Closing on Apr 02
Recruitment Manager
Job no: 556843Work type: Full time - Fixed term/ContractLocation: Vietnam - Ho Chi MinhCategories: Human Resources RMIT Vietnam, an entity of RMIT University (Melbourne,…
13 days ago
PhD position: Search for magnetic skyrmions and topological memory in new materials by neutron and x-ray scattering
With a recently awarded FOM programme we combine theory, material synthesis and the latest experimental techniques to explore new magnetic topological states and transport effects of magnetic Skyrmions. Skyrmions are chiral nanoparticles with a vortex-like structure that occur spontaneously in certain materials. These mysterious quasi-particles challenge our fundamental understanding of condensed matter. They are also of technological relevance as they be brought into motion by very low electrical currents and might be used as information bits in the computers of the future.
13 days ago | Closing on Apr 01
Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM)
Foundation for Fundamental Research on Matter (FOM)
Location: Utrecht, Netherlands | Closing on Apr 01
PhD position: Aberration-free optical imaging in living brain tissue
Although the past decade has seen a wave of breakthroughs in light-based imaging and stimulation techniques to probe neuronal organization and activity at high spatial and temporal resolution, these techniques suffer from dramatic optical distortions as one proceeds deeper inside the tissue. Currently, wavefront shaping methods are emerging that could correct for these tissue-induced aberrations and allow deeper imaging at improved resolution. Within the NWO Programme Neurophotonics, experts in the field of single-neuron physiology (Kole, Wierenga) join forces with experts in advanced imaging and wavefront shaping technology (Mosk, Vellekoop, Gerritsen, Kapitein). The goal is use advanced light-based methodology to unravel the physical principles underlying signal generation, propagation and integration in neurons embedded in functional circuits.
13 days ago
ETH Zurich
ETH Zurich
Location: Zurich, Switzerland
Group leader of Forest Management
  ETH Zürich offers a world-class education program at the BSc and MSc levels in the field of Forest and Landscape Science. An important…
13 days ago | Closing on Apr 25
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Location: Stockholm, Sweden | Closing on Apr 25
Associate Professor in Theory and History of Architecture
KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm has grown to become one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities, as well as a key centre of intellectual talent…
13 days ago
ETH Zurich
ETH Zurich
Location: Zurich, Switzerland
PhD position in soil organic matter/phosphorus biogeochemistry
  The Group of Plant Nutrition in collaboration with the Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry at ETH Zürich invite applications for a PhD…
13 days ago
LabEx FIRST-TF
LabEx FIRST-TF
Location: Paris, France
Post-Doc in Paris on Ultra-stable laser based on spectral-hole burning in rare-earth-doped cristal for application to optical lattice clocks
Optical lattice clocks are widely recognized as a prominent research topic in the future of time and frequency metrology and the future redefinition of the SI second. The lack of sufficiently frequency stable lasers for probing the narrow “clock” atomic transition has, however, so far prevented these devices to reach their ultimate short-term stability limit as defined by the Quantum Projection Noise (QPN). Several techniques are therefore currently explored throughout the world for realizing more stable lasers on short timescales (a few seconds) many of them based on stabilization to new generation Fabry Perot cavities.