Archives de la catégorie: postdoc

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post-docs in Soft Matter (DAMTP-Cambridge)

We are currently seeking several Postdoctoral Research Associates in the Soft Matter Group in Cambridge’s Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP). Details are here:

http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/16528/

If you know any strong candidates, please encourage them to apply — or if you are one, please do so yourself!

Best wishes

Mike Cates


Michael Cates FRS
Lucasian Professor of Mathematics
and Royal Society Research Professor
DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
University of Cambridge
CB3 0WA
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1223 337912

m.e.cates@damtp.cam.ac.uk

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Postdoc in computational biomechanics, Collège de France

Dear colleagues,
I am seeking to recruit a postdoctoral researcher in computational biomechanics
to design a new simulation framework for multicellular mechanics in 3D.
The position is funded for up to 36 months and described here:
Don’t hesitate to spread the announcement to further colleagues & students.
— 
Hervé Turlier, PhD
Team Leader,
Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Biology
Collège de France
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Postdoc 2 ans à l’interface physique biologie, IBD Marseille

Bonjour, serait il possible de diffuser cette offre de post-doc pour 2 ans à l’interface physique biologie à l’Institut de Biologie du Développement de Marseille ?
Il s’agit de modélisation numérique de l’émergence de motifs cellulaires à l’échelle du tissu.
voir plus des details en  pdf
Merci !
Raphaël Clément
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Postdoc sur l’émission d’ondes capillaires, Laboratoire de Physique de l’ENS de Lyon

Bonjour,

je souhaite recruter un postdoc pour travailler sur l’émission d’ondes capillaires par un cylindre oscillant au Laboratoire de Physique de l’ENS de Lyon.

voir l’annonce pdf

Cordialement,

Audrey Steinberger

Chargée de recherche CNRS
Laboratoire de Physique, CNRS UMR5672
ENS de Lyon
46, allée d’Italie
F-69364 LYON CEDEX 07, FRANCE
Telephone: +33 (0)4 72 72 83 73

 

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ATER Departement physique ENSLyon (fermeture 22 février)

Un poste d’ATER avec recherche au laboratoire de physique et enseignement au département de physique de l’ENS de Lyon pour l’année 2018-2019 est publié sur l’application Altair via Galaxie (le site du ministère) avec fermeture le 22 février.

Vous trouverez ci joint le fichier avec le profil défini et la procédure de dépôt de candidature :

Profil de poste ATER 2018 Session 1 – Physique

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Postdoc : Theoretical bio-physics (intracellular mechanics) in Paris

Dear Colleagues,

I am currently looking to recruit one postdoctoral researcher in theoretical biophysics, with a focus on intracellular mechanics. In particular, we are interested in the organization of actin networks under load, and on the mechanics of the cell wall.

I would be extremely grateful if you could spread this or suggest valuable candidates !

The ad :
http://biophysics.fr/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/postdoc_1_offer.pdf

We are also looking to hire an experimentalist, see :
http://www.minclab.fr/post-doc-positions-available-in-the-lab/

Serge Dmitrieff

 

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post-doc Steerable biosourced microswimmer powered by ultrasound (LiPhy- Grenoble)

Steerable biosourced microswimmer powered by ultrasound

voici une annonce de postdoc d’un an au LIPhy, après que le candidat choisi se retrouve coincé en Espagne pour des raisons de durée de séjour à valider pour obtenir une carte de résident.

Le poste est à pourvoir rapidement (idéalement dès mars).

lire la proposition en pdf

Gwennou Coupier —
Chargé de Recherche CNRS
Directeur du GDR Mécanique des Matériaux et Fluides Biologiques (GDR 3570 – MECABIO)

Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Physique (LIPhy).
Université Grenoble Alpes & CNRS
140, rue de la physique, 38400 St Martin d’Hères Cedex, France
Bureau 305
Tel : + 33 4 76 51 47 60
http://www.coupier.eu/research.html

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Open positions at UNFoLD in 2018 at EPFL (Switzerland)

voir l’annonce pdf.

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Postdoctoral Research Position available in Materials Science and Rheology

Applications are invited for one Postdoctoral Research Position at the

Biocolloid and Fluid Physics group (http://biocol.ugr.es/) at the University of Granada (Spain) to study Smart Colloids in confinement.

This post is part of a TOTAL fully-funded project that aims to develop smart colloids using the inverse ferrofluid approach. The candidates will collaborate and interact widely with members of the group, including experimentalists, theorists, and simulators working in the project. The research will be carried out with external collaborators at
TOTAL (France).

We expect a highly motivated and career-oriented candidate with good English skills, strong initiative and the ability to multi-task. The candidate is expected to have a PhD in Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science or a closely related discipline. The ideal candidate should have a background in non-Newtonian fluid mechanics.

The appointment will be for a period of one year. The salary will be 36.000€/year.

The position is currently open until filled. Starting date is flexible.

For a first contact applicants should send the Curriculum Vitae and Academic Records to jvicente@ugr.es. Please use « Postdoc application » as email subject.

For more information please contact:
Juan de Vicente
Biocolloid and Fluid Physics Group
Department of Applied Physics
Faculty of Sciences
University of Granada
C/ Fuentenueva s/n
18071 – Granada
Spain
Phone: 0034 958 245148
FAX: 0034 958 243214
http://biocol.ugr.es/
http://www.ugr.es/~jvicente/
Email: jvicente@ugr.es

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postdoc Individual and collective motion of plant pathogen zoospores (INΦNI- Nice)

voir l’annonce du Post-doc en pdf

ATTENTION: Closing date: December 22th.

Post-doctoral position in Biophysics of active matter Individual and collective motion of plant pathogen zoospores

Institut de Physique de Nice (INΦNI) : Team MIMIC (Xavier Noblin) Institut Sophia Agrobiotech (ISA) : Team IPO (Eric Galiana)

Summary:

This interdisciplinary project (COMOZOO funded by the IDEX UCAJEDI) examines the biophysics of motion of plant pathogen zoospores Phytophthora parasitica. Zoospores are 10 microns diameter biflagellate cells that present various swimming behaviors to colonize plant roots from wetted environments. Little is known about its individual and collective motion behavior. This project will establish methods to study and understand various behaviors using microfluidics systems, in particular individual swimming behavior, collective motion, response to chemical gradients, or motion in confined environment. This collaborative project is at the interface of physics and biology. The work will be mainly experimental on the more physical aspects in the Institut de Physique de Nice (Xavier Noblin, Céline Cohen, Philippe Thomen http://lpmc.unice.fr/ and soon the new website: http://www.inphyni.cnrs.fr/) but in strong interactions with the Institut Sophia Agrobiotech (Eric Galiana) and for the modelling part with a group in the Mathematics institute (Laboratoire J-A Dieudonné, Fernando Peruani). It will take advantage of expertise and resources in INΦNI (clean room, microscope facilities) but also in the ISA institute (confocal microscopy, biological material).

Right: Swarm formation in water under a ionic gradient. Image size: 1mm. Left: Zoospores tracking, image size: 400 μm

Qualifications:

Applicants should be highly motivated with a strong interest and experience in Biophysics and physics of fluids. Experience with microscopy, microfluidics, PIV techniques, image analysis or biophysics is a plus. Ability to work independently in the context of a dynamic, interactive interdisciplinary group is essential.

Salary & Benefits: 2140 € Net. Duration: 1 year.

Details of how applicants should apply:

Candidates should send a letter of application and curriculum vitae with names and contact information for two or three referees to Xavier Noblin (xavier.noblin@unice.fr).

Closing date: December 22th.