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Til Center for Fødevareteknologi på Teknologisk Institut i Aarhus søger vi dig, der ønsker at indgå i et team af fagligt engagerede kolleger, der har fokus på at søge projekter og løse opgaver i samarbejde med vores kunder fra fødevareindustrien, foderindustrien og fiskerierhvervet.
Du har formentlig en ingeniør- eller naturvidenskabelig baggrund kombineret med indsigt i industrien.
Dine primære arbejdsopgaver bliver at:
Identificere nye forretningsmuligheder hos industrielle partnere
Rådgive inden for produkt- og procesudvikling
Søge og etablere nye udviklingsprojekter i samarbejde med industrien og universiteterne
Gennemføre projekter og udviklingsopgaver
Du har erfaring med at identificere, skrive og søge projekter fra eksempelvis højteknologifonden, Det strategiske forskningsråd, Forsknings- og innovationsstyrelsen, EU etc. Det er en fordel, hvis du har erfaring med projektlederrollen.
A PhD Scholarship in Population Genetics is available at the National Institute of Aquatic Resources (DTU Aqua) with starting date 1st September 2013.
The project will primarily be carried out in the Section for Marine Living Resources’ Population Genetics group in Silkeborg, Denmark. The PhD project is a part of a European Union joint research project assessing genetic effects of aquaculture on wild fish populations. The project is coordinated by DTU Aqua. It started November 2012 and finishes October 2016. The PhD project will have an independent profile and will be carried out in collaboration with international research partners. The successful applicant will be expected to take part in experimental work during shorter stays in Norway.
The purpose of DTU Aqua is to provide research, advice and education at the highest international level within the sustainable exploitation of living marine and freshwater resources, the biology of aquatic organisms and the development of ecosystems as well as their integration in ecosystem-based management.
A position as researcher in the Dept of Geodynamics at the National Space Institute, Technical University of Denmark, is vacant for appointment as soon as possible.
The applicant is expected to cooperate with other researchers in the department, and carry out independent research in methods for determining the Earth’s gravity field, and its applications in physical geodesy and geodynamics. Special focus will be on developing and improving methods to observe the gravity field by in-situ measurements, airborne and satellite measurements (GRACE and GOCE). A close cooperation with the Danish Geodata Agency is expected for government consulting tasks within the Kingdom of Denmark (including Greenland and the Faeroe Islands).
Responsibilities and tasks
Research and development in gravity field determination from aircraft and satellites
Research in the use of absolute gravimetry and GPS for studies of geodynamics and land uplift due to ice sheet melt in polar areas
The Department of Physics is looking for an Electronic Engineer for the Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy section to develop and maintain the receiver systems which are already installed on existing fusion experimental devices as well as the systems which are to be installed on future devices as the international fusion experimental device ITER which is being constructed in France.
Thermonuclear fusion has the potential to become the dominant clean energy source of the future. At present date, the most successful device in confining plasmas with densities and temperatures required for thermonuclear fusion is the tokamak. The experimental work in the section of Plasma Physics and Fusion Energy of DTU Physics deals with detection of microwaves from tokamak plasmas. We have three microwave receiver systems installed on the tokamak ASDEX Upgrade located at the Max Planck Institute for plasma physics in Garching, Germany. These systems are used to diagnose the fusion products by means of scattering of high power (0.5-1 MW) microwave radiation generated in a gyrotron.
One 3-year PhD scholarship is available at DTU Fotonik, Department of Photonics Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU).
The position is funded by the Danish Strategic Council for Sustainable Energy and Environment – in the project CHALSOL , in which also DTU Nanotech, DTU Energy Conversion, Dansk Solenergi Aps, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and Ernst-Ruska Center for Microscopy, Jülich, Germany, participate.
CHALSOL is directed towards scientific research in “Chalcogenide solar cells of CZTS - Copper Zinc Tin Sulfide – A new, high-efficiency material for low-tech solar cells of earth-abundant and environmentally friendly elements”.
There is a global need for a drastic increase of energy production with low cost solar cells of environmentally friendly materials. Cells of silicon are dominating the market, but typically the absorbing thickness of silicon is 100 µm and sufficiently pure silicon crystals are expensive and energy consuming to produce.
The Department of Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) invites applications for a position as PhD student on the topic: Future Scenario Analysis in Solid Waste Management.
The project aims to provide a new framework for life cycle assessment (LCA) of waste management based on Future Scenario Analysis (FSA) and thereby provide a new platform for defining system boundaries and system conditions in relation to waste LCA. The candidate will work at the Department of Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark with Associate Professor Thomas Astrup as main supervisor.
Job description Within the recent decade life cycle assessment modelling of waste management systems has gained widespread use and general acceptance as a tool allowing a balanced and holistic environmental assessment that can be used as decision support for selection of waste management solutions in society.
A postdoc position (2.5 years) in Microfabricated Ultrasonic Transducers is available in the MEMS-Applied Sensors group headed by Prof. Erik V. Thomsen, Department of Micro- and Nanotechnology, DTU Nanotech.
The project is focused on developing miniature ultrasonic transducers for use in medical imaging. The project is in collaboration with DTU Electrical Engineering and several companies.
Qualifications The successful candidate should have a PhD degree (or equivalent) in physics or nanotechnology and have extensive experience in working with cleanroom technologies (including thin film deposition, pattern generation, etching and material analysis), experience in lumped element modelling, programming skills in tools like Matlab, Mathematica, and labview. Furthermore, it is advantageous if the candidate has experience in working with piezoelectric materials including screen printed devices based on PZT. You should furthermore be highly motivated, team player, ambitious, and have a high scientific standard.
At DTU Nanotech, The Department for Micro- and Nanotechnology, we seek a candidate for the following position: Polymer process specialist for optimization and characterization of the replication fidelity of injection molded polymer parts with nanostructured surfaces.
Micro- and nanometer structuring is proven to be an efficient method to functionalize surfaces to obtain effects such as: self-cleaning, antireflective, iridescence, and color-appearance. Hence, the vision is to develop and implement a technology platform that will enable Danish producers of injection molded plastic components to use nanostructure topography functionalized surfaces in their existing products, as well as to introduce new innovative products.
The job is offered within the NanoPlast advanced technology platform supported by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation that started October 1. 2010. NanoPlast will run until October 2014, while the job will run for additional 5 months.
Hevesy Laboratoriet søger en kemiker eller farmaceut til en stilling som udviklingsingeniør.
Hevesy Laboratoriet er et forskningsprogram i Center for Nukleare Teknologier på DTU Risø Campus. I programmet satses på forskning, udvikling og produktion af radioaktive lægemidler og biologiske sporstoffer. Laboratoriet er udstyret med en 16.5 MeV cyklotron til in house produktion af radioaktive isotoper samt moderne forskningslaboratorier og renrum.
Vi er 27 personer i et multidisciplinært team, der både arbejder med forskning og produktion. Blandt forskningsaktiviteterne kan nævnes F-18 kemi, radioaktivt mærkede nanopartikler, Tritium kemi og Auger emittere til radionuklid terapi.
Jobbet Du vil blive involveret i udviklingen af radioaktivt mærkede lægemidler samt i produktionen af disse. Du forventes desuden at udføre selvstændig forskning i nye potentielle sporstoffer samt teknikker til sikker og effektiv radio-mærkning af biologisk relevante molekyler.