AMOLF
Various internships at FOM Institute AMOLF (only for EU students)
AMOLF
AMOLF scientists are continuously searching for the fundamental relationship between the architecture and interactions of complex matter and material systems and their purpose and function.
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JOB DETAILS
Published: 11 months ago
Application deadline: Unspecified
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Applications can be sent to: FOM Institute AMOLF Personnel department Postbus 41883 1009 DB Amsterdam The Netherlands Please quote the number of the vacancy.
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Various internships at FOM Institute AMOLF (only for EU students)

Job description

There are several internships at FOM Insitute AMOLF:

  • Nanoprotonics
  • Single-molecule spectroscopy of hydrogen-bonded polymers
  • Biochemical networks as analog computers
  • Theoretical Biophysics
  • Light emission from plasmonic nanoantennas
  • Electrostatic behavior of the lipid membrane
  • Experimental cell biophysics
  • Heat transport in peptides
  • Reversibility and structural memory of collagen networks
  • Using optical tweezers to measure the elasticity of single fibers within biopolymer gels
  • Building artificial cells in microfabricated chambers
  • Cell-matrix interactions on micropatterned substrates
  • Cross-repression within transcription-factor families
  • DNA-functionalized vesicles as ligand-receptor models
  • CARS study of reaction kinetics

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Location

FOM Institute AMOLF performs leading fundamental research on physics of Biomolecular Systems and Nano Photonics; two areas with key potential for technological innovations. The Institute contributes to knowledge transfer to industry and society and trains talented young researchers. AMOLF is located at Science Park Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and engages approximately 130 scientists and 70 support staff. See also www.amolf.nl.

Requirements

You have a bachelors degree in physics, chemistry or biology and participate in a master study in one of these areas. You have a nationality of an EU member state or if not, you are a student at a Dutch university. You must be available for at least four months.

Conditions of employment

At the start of your traineeship your trainee plan will be set out, in consultation with your AMOLF supervisor. A trainee contract will be established, including a small allowance.

Additional information

See for contactperson the vacancy at our website.

Website

http://www.amolf.nl/jobs-internships/internships/

Applications

Applications can be sent to: FOM Institute AMOLF Personnel department Postbus 41883 1009 DB  Amsterdam The Netherlands Please quote the number of the vacancy. Please annex your: - resume; - list of followed courses plus grades.

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