The International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (INL) is launching 3 PhD student positions. The laboratory provides a high-tech research environment formed by state-of-the-art infrastructure equipped with the latest technologies, to address the major challenges in nanofabrication, nanocharacterization and other nanotechnologies applied to environmental & food control, nanomedicine and nanoelectronics.
Successful candidates will work on (1) Microfluidic platforms for circulating cancer tumour cells separation and detection; (2) Synthesis of size-controlled Ag clusters by electrochemical methods: optimization and scaling up. Study of their catalytic and antimicrobian properties and (3) Magnetic Nanoparticles for enhanced contrast in MRI imagiology.
A successful applicant must have a degree that will allow him/her to embark in a PhD programme. The applicant should have a strong enthusiasm for work and excellent communication skills.
Interested applicants should submit, until October 31st 2013, their curriculum vitae and a cover letter describing motivation through INL’s recruitment website at: http://inl.int/job_offers under the “scholarship” section. More information here.