Velkommen til Jobzonen - flest jobannoncer med job i Danmark. Lige nu 13.045 job i 8.697 jobannoncer.
Hvad er en jobagent? Med en jobagent går du aldrig glip af en relevant jobannonce. Du får nemlig besked direkte i din indbakke når der er nye job,
der matcher din søgning. Hver dag får tusindvis af brugere besked om relevante job på den måde.
DTU Physics in collaboration with Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Copenhagen University offers a 3-year PhD fellowship. The position starts August 1, 2013, or soonest thereafter.
The section for Biophysics and Complex Systems at the Department of Physics, DTU has for several years studied the microfluidics of sugar transport in trees as well as in microfluid devices containing membranes. The survival and growth of a tree relies on its ability to distribute carbon (sugars) produced by photosynthesis efficiently and rapidly along the entire length of its body. The transport of sugars takes place in the phloem vascular system, a network of well-connected cells lying end to end. In these cells, a concentrated sugar solution moves in the direction of sugar consumption at speeds far exceeding that of diffusion. How this is accomplished remains a mystery even more than 80 years after the introduction of the Münch mechanism (Münch 1930), according to which the flow is driven by osmotic pressure differences.
2 Postdoc stipends are available at DTU Nanotech in the framework of the Advanced Technology Foundation project Safe Flame Retardants.
Supported by the Advanced Technology Foundation, the positions are part of a joint project – Safe Flame Retardants SFR - between DTU Nanotech, Danish Technological Institute and companies Icopal, Egetæpper, and Kemotextil. SFR aims to encapsulate flame retardants and make these encapsulated flame retardants compatible with a variety of materials.
The first of the two postdocs (Postdoc 1) will focus on technologies to make the encapsulated fire retardants compatible with bitumen (used in roofing) and textiles. The effort will focus on surface treatments involving both low molecular weight surface modifiers and polymeric additives. The study will involve the use of modeling tools to help choosing the optimal surface treatment.
The second of the two postdocs (Postdoc 2) will assist in the above studies and have a special responsibility for the transfer of the developed technology to the SFR project partners.
DTU Physics invites interested and highly skilled candidates to apply for a number of vacant PhD positions.
The subject of the PhD project must be within one of the main research areas of the department:
Atomic scale materials design
Biophysics and complex systems
Experimental surface and nanomaterials physics
Quantum physics and information technology
Catalysis for sustainable energy
Fusion and Plasma Physics
Neutrons and X-rays for materials Physics
Please indicate whether your application is based on a contact with a supervisor with a pre-defined project or if you apply broadly within the activities at DTU Physics.
More details of the Department’s research activities can be found here.
The preferred candidate has (or expects to obtain no later than 31 August 2013) a master’s degree in Physics, Chemistry, or Nanotechnology or a similar degree with an academic level equivalent to the master's degree in engineering.
The National Food Institute, Technical university of Denmark (DTU Food) operates within five technical focus areas: Nutrition, food quality, food safety, food technology and environment & health – all key elements to public health and food production.
At DTU Food’s Division for Food Microbiology, we are currently looking for two PhD degree students with interest in intestinal microbiology.
Scholarship I is affiliated to the Center for GUT, GRAIN & GREENS, www.3G-center.dk, which was recently funded by the Danish Strategic Research Council. The focus of this Center is to address the effects of grain/fibre-based diets on the gut microbiota and risk factors for metabolic diseases including diabetes and cardiovascular disorders. The primary task of the student will be to address the effect of dietary interventions in humans on the resulting intestinal microbiota by use of metagenomics and bioinformatics.
Scolarship II is affiliated to the project ProbiComp, also financed by DSF.
The Cellular Signal Integration Group (C-SIG), http://www.lindinglab.org, is a network biology research group located at the Department of Systems Biology at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Our department represents one of the largest network biology centers in academia and provides a highly multi-disciplinary profile. Our lab explores biological systems by both generating high-throughput data and developing algorithms aimed at predicting cell behavior with accuracy similar to those of weather or aircraft models. A major focus of our lab is studying cellular signal processing and decision-making during cancer progression.
Job description A PhD position is available in the Linding lab. Prof Dr Linding is a world-leading network biologist and his group is interested in the mechanisms by whi¬ch cells use signaling networks to respond and adapt to changes in their environment. We are seeking a highly motivated and brilliant PhD student to join our highly dynamic, productive and stimulating lab.
Two 3-year PhD scholarships in the fields of organic synthesis and chemical biology under the supervision of Associate Professor Thomas E. Nielsen are available, starting anytime between now and September 1st, 2013, in the Department of Chemistry, DTU.
The proposed research activities seek to develop:
1) Systematic methods for the solid-supported synthesis of biologically active molecules and develop novel screening technologies that integrate combinatorial library synthesis with phenotypic and biochemical screening. Molecular interactions between supported compounds and cell surface receptors and other proteins may be examined with the goal of identifying new bioactive compounds, including GPCR agonists and antagonists, anticancer and antimicrobial agents.
2) Systematic methods for the solid-supported synthesis of catalytically active molecules and develop novel screening technologies that integrate combinatorial library synthesis with catalyst discovery. Both organocatalysts and ligands for metals will be investigated with the goal of identifying new and more selective organic transformations.
For almost two centuries DTU, Technical University of Denmark, has been dedicated to fulfilling the vision of H.C. Ørsted – the father of electromagnetism – who founded the university in 1829 to develop and create value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society. Today, DTU is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe, continues to set new records in the number of publications, and persistently increase and develop our partnerships with industry, and assignments accomplished by DTU’s public sector consultancy.
The department of Environmental Engineering (DTU Environment) is a DTU-institution at the highest international level. We are working to develop new environmentally friendly and sustainable technologies and disseminate this knowledge to society and new generations of engineers. There are about 180 employees at DTU Environment, of which more than 60 are doctoral students. We have employees with 25 different nationalities. The academic breadth and the multidisciplinary approach to solving complex environmental problems are reflected in the scientific staffing profile.
The Department of Environmental Engineering is looking for 3 PhD students for an international and cross-disciplinary research project (LaGas), with the objective to untangle the mystery behind biological production and consumption of N2O in waste water treatment operations. Laughing gas (N2O) is a greenhouse gas 300 times stronger than CO2 and a dominant ozone destroying chemical. Biological processes - the same that are essential for removing polluting reactive nitrogen from wastewaters - are potential sources of N2O.
For further information on the project, visit the preliminary homepage (LaGas)
Positions at the Technical University of Denmark are available on the topics:
PhD 1: Development and implementation of a novel whole-plant quantification tool to estimate GHG emissions based on gas plume measurements. The student will use a very promising gas plume method to measure downwind N2O gas concentrations using a dynamic sampling approach.
DTU Chemistry at the Technical University of Denmark invites applications for a position as professor in Chemical Biology.
DTU Chemistry is a department with the overall mission of contributing to research, development and education within the following scientific areas: Advanced and Applied Chemistry with strong activities in Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry.
The professor will be attached to the section for Organic Chemistry, one of the three areas comprising the Department which employs 140 persons including presently a faculty of 27. The professor is expected to interact closely with the other faculty members in Organic Chemistry, as well as faculty from other DTU departments and other universities.