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12 Фев

Postdoctoral Fellowships for International Students at IBEC BEST Programme in Spain, 2018

Postdoctoral Fellowships for International Students at IBEC BEST Programme in Spain, 2018

IBEC’s Programme in Bioengineering Excellence Scientific Training (BEST) aims to attract international experienced researchers in the areas of Nanomedicine, Cell Engineering and ICT for Health, the three research Flagships at the Institute.The Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) is a leading-edge multidisciplinary research center based in Barcelona that conducts excellent interdisciplinary research at the frontiers of engineering and life sciences in order to generate new knowledge by putting together fields like nanomedicine, biophysics, biotechnology, tissue engineering and the applications of health information technology.

Scholarship Description: 

  • Application Deadline: April 30, 2018
  • Course Level: Fellowships are available to the postdoctoral programme.
  • Study Subject: Fellowships are awarded in the areas of Nanomedicine, Cell Engineering and ICT for Health, the three research Flagships at the Institute.
  • Scholarship Award: Conditions of employment:
  • 2-year labor contract for the performance of a research project.
  • 572 € yearly gross salary with full security coverage, which includes health and accident insurance, pension and unemployment benefits.
  • Annual Family allowance: 1.817 € for a fellow with family obligations.
  • Additionally, 9.600€ have been allocated for research & training activities.
  • Yearly 23 working days of paid holidays and 9 leave days for personal matters.
  • Nationality: Candidates of all nationalities are eligible.
  • Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
  • Scholarship can be taken in Spain

Eligibility for the Scholarship: 

  • Eligible Countries: Candidates of all nationalities are eligible to apply.
  • Entrance Requirements: In order to be eligible, candidates have to accomplish the following requirements:
    Candidates must have been awarded a Ph.D. degree prior to the publication date of the final list of selected candidates (September 3rd, 2018)
    Candidates are eligible for a period of 5 years following the award of the Ph.D. degree at the publication date of the final list of selected candidates (September 3rd, 2018). This limit will be extended in situations of documented career breaks such as maternity/paternity leave (up to 12 months per child), sick leave, forced displacement due to armed conflicts and military service for the necessary duration. Should an applicant hold more than one doctoral degree, this period will be counted from the first degree earned.
    Candidates of all nationalities are eligible. However, if they have resided or worked in Spain for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to the publication date of the final list of selected candidates (September 3rd, 2018), they are not eligible. Short stays, such as holidays, will not be taken into account.
    Please note that that for refugees under the Geneva Convention, the refugee procedure (i.e. before refugee status is conferred) will not be counted as ‘period of residence/activity’ in Spain.
    Candidates must be the first author on at least one peer-reviewed publication at the time of the call deadline (April 30th, 2018)
    Candidates must have an excellent command of the English language.
  • English Language Requirements: Candidates must have an excellent command of the English language.

Application Procedure: 

How to Apply: Applications must be submitted through the online application platform available in the IBEC website.

Applicants will need:

  • To register for the BEST online application platform and create a new account.
  • To fill in all the Sections. Only full applications submitted by the call deadline will be evaluated.
  • To submit all required documents in the Application Sections, applicants should:
  • Complete the Curriculum Vitae with a full list of publications, years dedicated to research, conferences, projects, awards, mobility, tech transfer and teaching activities.
  • Submit a motivation letter with a declaration of interests to apply for the fellowship.
  • Select one of the three IBEC areas that may be of interest: Nanomedicine, Cell Engineering and ICT for Health.
  • Indicate the IBEC research group which he/she would like to work.
  • To write a proposal for your prospective research project to be carried out. Applicants have to contact the Group Leader or Associated researcher of their choice, in order to discuss their research project with them. The proposal should have a maximum length of 6 pages (plus cover page and references) and should be written using the downloadable template at the online application platform.
    Projects involving more than one research group are welcome, but the main supervisor at IBEC must be designated.
  • The BEST ethical issues table (template provided in the online application platform), addressing any ethical issues arising from your research proposal, along with details about how projects will comply with Horizon2020 ethical principles, should be filled in.
  • To submit the certificate or official notification of the award of each academic degree (BSc, MSc, and Ph.D.), where the date on which the degree was earned appears.
  • To indicate the contact details of two referees that will support your application. Each referee will receive an email with a link where they will be able to upload their letter of recommendation in PDF format to the online application platform.


12 Фев

High Power Fuel Cell Anodes – Fundamental and Applied Catalysis & Electrochemistry

High Power Fuel Cell Anodes – Fundamental and Applied Catalysis & Electrochemistry
Applications accepted all year round
Competition Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
Department of Biological Chemistry, Ariel University

Project Description

The development of a low-cost, high-performance fuel cell is hindered by the lack of an active and robust hydrogen oxidation catalyst at the anode. This research project aims at developing and implementing innovative Platinum-free electrocatalysts specifically designed for efficient oxidation of hydrogen in alkaline solutions.The «Electrochemistry and Fuel Cell group» (EC&FC) group at Ariel University-Israel is seeking a PhD candidate for studying the electrocatalytic mechanism of non- Pt transition metal based nano-structured catalysts for Ammonia and Hydrogen oxidation reaction. This project involves good fundamental and practical understanding of theoretical chemistry, analytical chemistry, surface chemistry catalysis and energy conversion & storage materials.
A successful PhD candidate will participate in a fundamental and applied research of catalysis and their surface chemical and physical properties influencing hydrogen oxidation kinetics. A systematic rigorous research is planned by using theoretical tools as well as advance analytical techniques such as electrochemical–AFM, electron microscopy, elemental analysis, X-ray diffraction and various spectroscopic and insitu spectro-electrochemical methods. Based on the understanding gained in the fundamental research, active electrocatalysts(s) will be synthesized and tested in high power fuel cells.
Ariel University offers a collaborative research environment and features state-of-the-art research facilities relevant to the proposed position. A full 4 years competitive scholarship is offered to a prospective candidate in this program.

Required Qualifications: A successful MSc degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering or relevant degrees. Preferred Qualifications: former studies in one or more of the following fields: analytical chemistry, synthetic chemistry, theoretical chemistry, nano materials, electrochemistry.

For more information about this position, please contact Prof. Alex Schechter; Email: .

12 Фев

The EPSRC and MRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Optical Medical Imaging

The EPSRC and MRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Optical Medical Imaging

University of Edinburgh and University of Strathclyde


We are now looking to recruit high-calibre postgraduate candidates to join a globally unique, multi-disciplinary team to receive training in Optical Medical Imaging with entry in September 2018.

We have a range of research projects on offer, see our website for more details.

These projects include research on imaging techniques from Optical Coherence Tomography to Raman Spectroscopy to address key clinical problems such as tumour boundary identification and metastasis in cancer, non-invasive diagnostics for retinal disease and novel treatment pathways for eczema to name but a few.

This year we are actively looking for engineers, physicists and chemists who are interested in biomedical research and applications. Also those with a life science background keen to operate across discipline boundaries to gain expertise in the physical sciences and engineering are welcome to apply.

Future leaders and innovators

OPTIMA has been established to ensure that the UK has a strong and sustained pipeline of future scientific leaders and innovators in optical medical imaging encompassing the molecular, cellular, preclinical and clinical applications of physical and biomedical science in this priority area.

Science and business hand-in-hand

OPTIMA is a 4 year programme combining excellent research and PhD supervision in world-leading scientific environments, in addition to a bespoke programme of business training in healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship.

Our focus is to train the next generation of scientific entrepreneurs in healthcare technologies and so we place great emphasis on interdisciplinary projects, commercially-relevant training and strong ties to the clinical environment.

A unique training opportunity

PhD students will benefit from summer schools, industrial placements, clinical mentors and an integrated business-skills course delivered in partnership with the University of Edinburgh Business School, the Hunter Centre (University of Strathclyde) and our industrial partners.

OPTIMA students can choose from a range of exciting and innovative projects that breakdown the barriers between physics, chemistry, medicine and engineering.

World-class team

Our pool of OPTIMA supervisors are the best in their fields and have been involved in the spinning-out of a number of companies. They know what it takes to achieve scientific excellence and technological innovation.

Application Process

If you would like to apply to OPTIMA please submit a cover letter and a full up-to-date C.V. with names and addresses of two academic referees.

The cover letter should clearly state your eligibility and why you are interested in applying for a studentship with OPTIMA.

Send applications to imaging.cdt@ed.ac.uk

Deadline for applications for joining OPTIMA in September 2018 is 5pm, 7th March 2018.

Note: The OPTIMA CDT cannot support overseas tuition fees. Please contact imaging.cdt@ed.ac.uk for further details.

 For further information / informal enquiries:
12 Фев

PhD vacancy (4 years) on fatigue testing of composites with advanced instrumentation @ Ghent University (Belgium)

PhD vacancy (4 years) on fatigue testing of composites with advanced instrumentation @ Ghent University (Belgium)

Applications accepted all year round

Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

 Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Ghent

Project Description

Composites are used more and more as structural components in aerospace industry, automotive sector, wind energy applications,… As a consequence, the loads on those composite components are much higher than for secondary components, and can lead to fatigue damage in the composite part. Moreover, the fatigue behaviour of fibre-reinforced composites is much more complex than that of metals, because of the many different fibre/polymer combinations, the heterogeneous nature of the composite, the anisotropic behaviour of the composite and the multitude of damage mechanisms.

In this research project, it is the purpose to test the mechanical response of fibre-reinforced composites in fatigue, but at the same time monitor the micromechanical damage mechanisms that occur during fatigue. This includes matrix cracking, delamination and fibre failure. Besides that, the degradation of the stiffness properties and the possible occurrence of creep and visco-elastic effects should be measured. To that purpose, advanced online and offline instrumentation techniques have to be developed.
UGent-MMS has already a very long tradition in fatigue testing and monitoring, and has extensive equipment for that. Composite specimens can be tested in various loading scenarios (tension-tension, tension-compression, bending, shear,…), together with online Digital Image Correlation (DIC), video-microscopy and post-mortem inspection with optical and SEM microscopy. The group has also acquired a high-end active thermography system which can be used to monitor fatigue damage.

This PhD project requires a very good experimentalist, who has a thorough background in composites and has experience with fatigue testing and/or advanced instrumentation techniques. The PhD position fits into a larger project, funded by the Dutch Polymer Institute (DPI) in the Netherlands. Along with the experimental PhD track, a postdoctoral track will focus on the modelling of the fatigue damage in composites, based on the micromechanical observations from the experiments in the PhD track. There will be a close collaboration with this postdoctoral researcher and with the DPI industrial partners (Sabic, DSM, Shell, Akzo Nobel, Teijin) that will follow this project.

Only candidates with a Master degree should apply. The candidate should have a strong interest in experimental testing and instrumentation. A background in composites is recommended.

For more information, see: http://www.composites.ugent.be/PhD_job_vacancies_PhD_job_positions_composites.html

01 Фев

Tailored mechanical design of biodegradable metallic orthopaedic implant devices

Tailored mechanical design of biodegradable metallic orthopaedic implant devices

Project Description

Short Project Description

During the last two decades, rigid internal fixation with micro-plates and screws has gained widespread acceptance in the correction of craniomaxillofacial deformities. However, studies have proposed that in many cases these metallic plates and screws require removal. A biodegradable plating system would eliminate problems associated with permanent devices, as stability is necessary only for a reasonably short period until the fracture segments have become fused. Biodegradable metals such as magnesium alloys have made available new designs of implantable orthopaedic devices, which gradually degrade in the human body. Nevertheless, an optimal design of biodegradable device does not exist yet, despite advances in designing and manufacturing with the use of traditional orthopaedic materials.

The aim of this PhD project is to investigate some novel mechanical designs of biodegradable metallic bone screws along with their different manufacturing techniques. The research will focus on improving treatment outcomes of bone fracture immobilisation in craniofacial orthopaedic applications by developing a resorbable metallic implant system. This work represents a paradigm shift in bone fixation, providing innovations that will lead to reducing patient recovery time, removing the need for secondary implant removal surgeries and enhanced osseosynthesis.

This PhD position requires strong mechanical engineering design and computational skills. The candidate should have a demonstrable interest in the development of medical devices.

Supervisory Team

A/Prof. Mark P. Staiger — Materials Engineering Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
A/Prof. George Dias — Centre for Bioengineering and Nanomedicine, Department of Anatomy, Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand
Dr. Bartosz Nowak — ORTHOMAG Research Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Our multi-disciplinary team includes two universities (University of Canterbury and University of Otago), an industrial partner, and a number of postgraduate students. Members of our team have international reputations in the field of magnesium biomaterials, regular contributions to the “Biometal” series of conferences, and extensive experience in all aspects of biodegradable metals.

Christchurch’s transformation into a vibrant and modern city is well under way, earning it a New York Times ranking of second best city to visit in the world in 2014. Our spacious, picturesque campus is set in the very heart of a city that has become a magnet for growth, innovation and entrepreneurship. This is a young person’s city, which is currently embracing change and creating a new identity. Make of this opportunity what you will; challenge the status quo, channel new ideas, and meet ’can-do’ people. Only 20 minutes’ drive from UC to the seaside, locals enjoy a selection of safe beaches for outdoor recreation all year round. There are a number of rivers and lakes for other water sports, including the picturesque Avon River which runs right through the city. You can take part in a range of activities on the Port Hills, one of the best-loved landscapes of Christchurch. The view from the Hills encompasses Banks Peninsula, Lyttelton Harbour, the city and Canterbury Plains, right across to the Southern Alps. Christchurch is only a short distance from some of New Zealand’s most spectacular locations for rock climbing, rafting, tramping, mountain biking, kayaking, horse riding, skiing and snowboarding. The University of Canterbury is located in the North West of Christchurch, just a 10 minute drive from the international airport. With a population of around 350,000, Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island and the second largest in New Zealand. Christchurch is an ethnically diverse city that offers students a vibrant, friendly, adventurous and welcoming place to call home.

Funding Notes

Funding Notes

Candidates must hold a 1st class bachelor degree in materials or mechanical engineering to be considered. Top candidates will also be encouraged to apply for a UC Doctoral Scholarship at: View Website. As a guide, a GPA of at least 8 is required to have a chance in obtaining a UC Doctoral Scholarship.


29 Янв

HR-TEM investigation of functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for electronic Devices

HR-TEM investigation of functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for electronic Devices

Project Description

Osnabrück University’s department of Physics invites applications for the position of a
Research Assistant (f/m)
(salary scale E 13 TV-L, 50 %)
within the group of Electronic Transport as a temporary position for 3 years starting as soon as possible.

Description of responsibilities:
— Involvement in research about structural and electronic properties of functionalized carbon nanotubes. Your tasks involve investigations using HR-TEM and electronic transport measurements as well as sample preparation
— The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work towards a PhD
— The candidate will be involved in the teaching activities

Required qualification:
— Candidates are required to hold a qualified (with honors) Master’s degree in Physics, in exceptional cases in a related discipline
— Good knowledge of theoretical Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Physics

Desirable qualifications:
— You are skilled in the lab and like to fabricate samples and develop processes
— You like interdisciplinary work
— You have excellent command of written and spoken English
— You are a good team worker
We offer:
— An exciting scientific topic and state-of-the art experimental equipment combined with a collaborative atmosphere and hands-on training in many experimental techniques
— Great opportunities for interdisciplinary cooperation with the departments of Chemistry and Biology of the Universität Osnabrück in a cooperative environment

Osnabrück University has been certified as a family-friendly university committed to helping working/studying parents and carers balance their family and work life.
The university aspires to ensure equal opportunities for men and women and strives to work towards a gender balance in schools or departments where new appointments are made.
If equally qualified candidates apply, preference will be given to those with special needs.
Applications should be submitted no later than 15.02.2018 by email to . We look forward to receiving your application.
For further information, please contact Dr. Meyer, Tel. +49 541 969 3553, e-mail: .

Funding Notes

The position is funded according to the pay scale of the State of Lower Saxony (50 % TV-L E13) for 3 years. There are no tuition fees. The start date is as soon as possible.


29 Янв

New Drugs, New Biology, Tomorrow’s Therapies: Design and Characterisation of Novel Cannabinoid Ligands

New Drugs, New Biology, Tomorrow’s Therapies: Design and Characterisation of Novel Cannabinoid Ligands

Applications accepted all year round
Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
Project Description

Compounds derived from Cannabis sativa, termed “cannabinoids”, primarily exert their effects via two G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), Cannabinoid Receptors 1 and 2 (CB1 and CB2). Both receptors are under intense scrutiny as potential therapeutic targets.

Clinical development of CB1-targeted drugs has been hindered by CB1’s high level of central nervous system expression which mediates Cannabis’ psychotropic effects. We are interested in avoiding these side-effects by developing ligands which activate more limited or unique signalling patterns in comparison with traditional cannabinoid ligands, and/or whose physicochemical properties reduce the passage of drug into the central nervous system.

On the other hand, CB2 is expressed primarily in the immune system and CB2-targeted drugs are promising therapeutic leads in a wide range of disorders involving immune system dysregulation, including multiple sclerosis, autoimmune disorders, atherosclerosis, stroke and inflammatory bowel disease.

We are collaborating with researchers at the University of Otago in developing novel cannabinoid ligands which we anticipate may represent new therapeutic leads and/or pharmacological tools.

The focus of this project will be to screen novel cannabinoids (and previously reported cannabinoids of interest) for their properties in various aspects of their molecular pharmacology at CB1 and CB2, and follow up leads of interest to probe further into the functional effects and mechanisms driving these.

We are particularly interested in studying functional selectivity, wherein a single GPCR has the potential to mediate the activation or inactivation of diverse signalling pathways and each molecule that interacts with the receptor has the potential to induce a unique ‘fingerprint’ of signalling events within the cell. A cutting-edge concept in functional selectivity is that of spatio-temporal modulation, and this project will characterise ligand function in this context by utilising cutting-edge spatially restricted signalling pathway biosensors.

This project would primarily be based at the University of Auckland though may include spending some time at the University of Otago carrying out chemical synthesis. The structure and specifics of this can somewhat be tailored to the background and interests of the candidate.

Funding Notes

This is a funded position with tuition fees and stipend available.

Enquiries are invited from prospective PhD candidates preferably intending to commence their studies in early- to mid-2018. A background in the molecular pharmacology of GPCRs is strongly preferred, and familiarity with medicinal chemistry would be an advantage.

Skills Taught (background / working knowledge on application advantageous)
• Mammalian cell culture and transfection
• Radioligand binding assays
• GPCR signalling assays, e.g. cAMP, pERK, intracellular calcium, beta-arrestin, intracellular trafficking
• Medicinal chemistry; SAR / chemical synthesis / receptor-drug modelling


29 Янв

Research in the sub-idle performance of the next generation of large civil aero engines

Research in the sub-idle performance of the next generation of large civil aero engines

Thursday, February 15, 2018
Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
The studentship provides full funding for one candidate for 3 years (maintenance and tuition fees at EU/UK level)

The work will be in relation to the Clean Sky 2 Joint Technology Initiative programme PROTEUS, recently awarded to the Centre. Project PROTEUS (PeRformance & Operability of Turbofan Engines Under Sub-idle) focuses on the research and development of new methods and simulation tools to understand and predict the idle and sub-idle performance of the next generation of large civil aero engines. Work will focus on the characterisation of the performance of key engine components at idle and sub-idle conditions using high-fidelity models and simulations along with validation against experimental data provided by the Topic Manager (Rolls-Royce plc). Results from the higher-order simulations will be subsequently reduced into appropriate 0D (or 1D) component characteristics for rapid whole-engine performance analyses. This will enable sub-idle considerations to be included in the initial phase of the engine’s preliminary design. The toolset envisaged will be matured to TRL6 through validation against test data collected from the UltraFan™ demonstrator program.

Entry requirements:
Applicants should have or expect to gain a UK 1st or upper 2nd class degree or equivalent in aeronautical or mechanical engineering. An MSc or knowledge and experience in thermodynamics, aerodynamics, gas turbine performance, etc. are essential. Good computer programming skills will be an advantage. The PhD candidate is expected to start as soon as possible.

The scholarship covers maintenance and tuition fees at UK/EU level only. Applications from overseas students are welcome but the student would be expected to be able to fund the shortfall of his or her total costs.

How to apply:
For informal inquiry please contact: Prof Vassilios Pachidis, Centre for Propulsion Engineering, by email at

If you are eligible to apply for this research studentship, please complete the online application form.
For further information contact us today:
T: 44(0)1234758008

Funding Notes

The scholarship covers maintenance and tuition fees at UK/EU level only. Applications from overseas students are welcome but the student would be expected to be able to fund the shortfall of his or her total costs.


School of Aerospace, Transport and Manufacturing (SATM), Cranfield University

25 Янв

The non-linear states of convection in the Earth core

The non-linear states of convection in the Earth core

 Faculty of Engineering, Environment & Computing, Coventry University

Project Description

The project concerns convection under a magnetic field in the so called “tangent cylinder” region of the Earth’s core. Much of the mystery surrounding the Earth’s dynamics (its magnetic field, plate tecnonics) lies in the nature of the convective patterns within the Earth’s liquid core, and in particular in the region called the “Tangent Cylinder”. What are the possible convective states under the combined influence of the Earth’s rotation and magnetic field, and how erratic are they? This thesis is part of a theoretical and experimental research program funded by the prestigious Levehulme Trust (http://www.leverhulme.ac.uk) that aims at answering these questions. The purpose of this thesis is to theoretically predict all possible nonlinear convective states for the first time. We will then evaluate which of these states are mostly likely to underpin the Earth’s core convection.

The student will conduct the theoretical and numerical analysis of the problem under the joint supervision of Prof. Alban Pothérat (http://users.complexity-coventry.org/~potherat/index.html) and Dr Chris Pringle. The study will seek the possible structure of convection by means of advanced stability theory and branch tracking method, to unveil the possible states. In the frame of the research program, the PhD work will be conducted in collaboration with an experimental study that will seek to reproduce and visualise these non-linear states in an experimental model of the Earth Core.

Coventry University

Coventry University has been voted ‘Modern University of the Year’ three times running by The Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide. Ranked in the UK’s top 15 (Guardian University Guide), we have a global reputation for high quality teaching and research with impact. Almost two-thirds (61%) of our research was judged ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’ in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014. By joining the University’s Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing (EEC), you will benefit from state-of-the-art facilities and partnerships with some of the biggest names in industry, including Jaguar Land Rover, GE Aviation, Cummins and Intel.


Our research strategy is underpinned by a £250m investment in research and facilities

Dedicated Doctoral College and Centre for Research Capability Development deliver high quality professional support for researchers, from PhD to Professor

Free training: research career planning, managing your doctorate, research communication skills, research ethics, research impact, research integrity, research methods and research supervision

Coventry is a member of the Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA), the largest multi-partner and only nationwide doctoral training initiative of its kind.

Candidate Specification

Entry criteria for applicants to PHD (standard)
A taught Masters degree in the required disciplines indicated, involving a dissertation of standard length written in English in the relevant subject area with a minimum of a merit profile: 70% overall module average and a minimum of a 70% dissertation mark


The potential to engage in innovative research and to complete the PhD within a three-year period of study

A minimum of English language proficiency (IELTS overall minimum score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component)

Funding Notes

Eligibility: UK/EU/International

Award Details: £15,000 Bursary plus tuition fees


25 Янв

Experimental and Chemical Kinetic Modeling Studies of Fuel Oxidation under Engine Operating Conditions

Experimental and Chemical Kinetic Modeling Studies of Fuel Oxidation under Engine Operating Conditions

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

Project Description

Following a successful grant proposal, we welcome applications from suitably qualified students for a fully-funded research post-graduate position at the Combustion Chemistry Centre, NUI Galway.

This position will be funded to €18,500 each year for four years. An experimental and chemical kinetic modelling study of hydrocarbon species will be performed in a rapid compression machine and in a shock tube and the data will be simulated together with other experimental data available in the literature and with collaborating institutions.

Successful candidates will be based in Galway but may have the opportunity to travel to other laboratories in Europe and the United States on working visits and to present their work at international conferences.

Applications (to include a CV and the names of two academic referees) and further information for this position to Prof. Henry Curran:

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