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POSITIONS FOR ADIUNKT/POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER POSITIONS FOR PhD STUDENTS
General Rules Governing Competitions
Appendix
JOB FOR STUDENTS
JOB FOR PROFESSOR
JOB FOR ENGINEERS
Two Ph.D. student positions funded by the National Science Centre in Poland

#1 in the frame of OPUS 13 project entitled "Understanding the mechanism of lignin-based model molecules selective conversions to phenolics via ultrasound-assisted heterogeneous photocatalysis"
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#2 in the frame of SONATA Bis project entitled "Nanoengineering of thin layers of semiconductor photocatalysts in a microreactor environment for lignin-based model compounds valorization"
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Deadline 10 June 2018
Open copetiotion for the position of postdoc in the "Catalysis for sustainable energy production and environmental protection, CatSEE" team

deadline 10 June 2018
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Open competition for a post-doc position in the Team No. 25.
Research studies in which the candidate is to participate:
Vibrational and electronic spectroscopy, as well as photochemistry of purposely synthesized molecules (organophosphorus compounds of astrochemical interest), isolated in frozen noble gases, will be studied in parallel to the corresponding quantum chemical computational project.

deadline 19 April 2018
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Open competition for the position of assistant professor (adiunkt) in the Team 27
The research studies in which the candidate is to participate:
Experimental research in intra- and inter-molecular interaction and relaxation phenomena by means of ultrafast time-resolved spectroscopy, in particular femtosecond infrared spectroscopy and femtosecond Raman spectroscopy.

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Deadline 7 May 2018
MSc Students (2 positions)
The proposed project focuses on development of a toolkit for modulation of stability of virions using bacteriophages as model
viruses. There is a need to unravel, understand and describe in quantitative manner how various factors influence viruses. We will focus on building the model of interactions between phage virions and electromagnetic field (Task 1) and on chemical reactions between designed linkers and proteins forming capsids (Task 2). Gained knowledge might be of interest also for other fields. The most important requirement for the candidates will be high motivation to work. Students with background in chemistry, physics, biotechnology, biology, chemical engineering or similar will be recruited. Thanks to MOST program not only candidates from Warsaw (IPC PAS has proper agreement with all Universities and Academies in Warsaw) but also from other cities.

deadline 30 April 2018
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PhD student (2 positions)
The proposed project focuses on development of a toolkit for modulation of stability of virions using bacteriophages as model viruses. There is a need to unravel, understand and describe in quantitative manner how various factors influence viruses. We will focus on building the model of interactions between phage virions and electromagnetic field (Task 1) and on chemical reactions between designed linkers and proteins forming capsids (Task 2). Gained knowledge might be of interest also for other fields. From our experience the background in biotechnology would be appropriate, as it allows to adapt to both chemistry and biology tasks. However, applicants with other backgrounds will be also considered based on the possible input to the project (e.g. chemists, biologists, physicists, engineers or similar).

deadline 30 April 2018
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Post Doc (1 position)
The proposed project focuses on development of a toolkit for modulation of stability of virions using bacteriophages as model viruses. There is a need to unravel, understand and describe in quantitative manner how various factors influence viruses. We will
focus on building the model of interactions between phage virions and electromagnetic field (Task 1) and on chemical reactions between designed linkers and proteins forming capsids (Task 2). Gained knowledge might be of interest also for other fields.
Postdoc will be recruited to develop the physical understanding of the observed effect and boost optimization of the process. The successful applicant will need to perform experiments both in silico (where his or her role should be dominant) and in vitro or in vivo (with assistance). It will be also expected that the successful candidate
will be able to build and program designed electronic circuits (e.g., based on Raspberry Pi, Arduino or other platforms) to control the parameters of the voltage or current. The background of this person should be in physics, biophysics, physical chemistry, computational chemistry or in similar fields

deadline 30 April 2018
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Call for two PhD. student positions in Environmental Chemistry Group in frame of OPUS 13(Nr UMO-2017/25/B/NZ9/02588) interdisciplinary project entitled " Identification of chemical and visual stimuli of the Monochamus galloprovincialis spp. pistor pine sawer in context of forest protection and subspecies differentiation"
funded by the National Science Center in Poland.

1st deadline 18 June 2018
2nd deadline 20 September 2018 (
only if the candidates are not selected in 1st call)
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A 2-year NCN funded post-doc position with a competitive salary in the Department for Complex Systems.
The project deals with computational (and partially experimental) studies of diffusion in a crowded cell-like environment. Experience in molecular simulations and/or microfluidic measurements is desirable.

Deadline 15th May, Decision 31st May.
A 3-year NCN funded PhD stipend with a competitive salary in the Department for Complex Systems. The project deals with computational studies of diffusion in crowded environments inside living cells. Experience in C/C++, Linux, HPC and/or molecular simulations is desirable.

Deadline 15th June, Decision 15th July 2018