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Physical Sciences PhD Research Projects in Germany

We have 12 Physical Sciences PhD Research Projects in Germany

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We have 12 Physical Sciences PhD Research Projects in Germany

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Slow molecular dynamics in solid protein samples studied by solid-state NMR techniques

One PhD student position is available in the NMR group of Institute of Physics, Halle University, Germany. The successful candidate will take part in the project aiming at the study of molecular dynamics in solid protein samples (protein crystals, amorphous powders, sediments) by means of solid-state NMR techniques. Read more

PhD Position on "Anti-Stokes Cooling for Fluidics"

A PhD position is available to work under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Frank Cichos at the department Molecular Nanophotonics at Leipzig University on the development of optical refrigeration techniques for fluidic applications. Read more

DNA origami nanoarrays for multiplexed single-molecule experiments

The aim of this project is to establish a nanoarray-platform for high-throughput, multiplexed single-molecule experiments. In a first step, this involves the combination of the following three techniques. Read more

PhD position in theoretical physics/biophysics: how parasites hijack immune cells

Parasites like Toxoplasma gondii hijack immune cells of the infected host and employ them as shuttle for migration. Moreover, parasites even replicate within immune cells, thus turning them into “Trojan horses”. Read more

Theoretical physics/biophysics: self-assembly of biomolecular adhesion systems

All multicellular organisms are held together by biomolecular adhesion structures. These adhesions have the fundamental and somewhat mysterious property that they adapt their strength to the mechanical load they are bearing. Read more

Low-dose multidimensional Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) of light and soft matter

Recent years have brought breathtaking innovations to the field of TEM. By aberration correction, subatomic details are resolvable, and by ultrafast cameras (~5000 frames/sec) multidimensional data combining real and diffraction space can be recorded. Read more

Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) of materials for energy conversion

Project . Within the DFG excellence cluster . e-conversion.  fundamental research is performed to study concepts, principles and efficiencies for the conversion of energy as to a sustainable future. Read more
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