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Researcher – postdoc at Research Centre of Cosmic Rays and Radiation Events in the Atmosphere

Job Description for a researcher – postdoc at Research Centre of Cosmic Rays and Radiation Events in the Atmosphere

The CRREAT team performs measurements of the atmospheric radiation and ionization events on satellites, aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles, monitoring cars, and ground stations. The CRREAT project (www.crreat.eu) shall contribute to the improvement of space weather models, air transport safety, and global navigation systems reliability.

Objectives of the project CRREAT are to deepen the knowledge about the relation between atmospheric phenomena and ionizing radiation, and to clarify phenomena causing variations of the secondary cosmic particles (SCP) in the atmosphere.

Job description

The main work of the candidate consists of the evaluation of the data received from our measurement devices used in the atmospheric studies and to build up a database that allows us to easily investigate relationships between the different data sets and allow easy access of other scientists and the public. The tasks comprise:

  • Analysis of the basic requirements for the treatment of large and complex data sets
  • Development of software for data management and its technical application
  • Participation in measurement campaigns
  • Contribution towards optimization of existing radiation measurement systems and design of novel systems
  • Preparation of scientific papers and presentations at international conferences
  • Preparation of grant applications
  • Supervision work of undergraduate and graduate students
  • Close cooperation with research institutes from France, Germany, Slovakia, Armenia, Russia, USA, and Japan

Requirements:

  • Doctoral degree in Physics or Applied Mathematics or related fields
  • Experience in data analysis
  • Autonomous familiarization in new technologies and scientific domains
  • Ability to work in a team
  • Very good knowledge of English language (written and oral)
  • Ability to present results at scientific and technical meetings

We offer:

  • The opportunity to participate in the international scientific project
  • Competitive and motivating salary
  • Career growth
  • 5 weeks of vacation, lunch vouchers, support of leisure activities

Please send your CV, recommendation, and motivation letter to Dr. Günther Reitz (Guenther.Reitz@dlr.de), copy to Ondrej Ploc (ploc@ujf.cas.cz), and Josef Šalamon (salamon@ujf.cas.cz). The workplace is located in Prague 8, Czech Republic, at the Department of Radiation Dosimetry of Nuclear Physics Institute of the CAS v. v. i. The expected date of commencement is January 1st, 2020, but it can be also before this date. The duration of the job position is almost three years (until the end of October 2022).

Research assistant in Bioelectrodynamics research team

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v.v.i. in accordance with the Act No.283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, invites applications for a position

Research assistant in Bioelectrodynamics research team

At the Bioelectrodynamics research team (Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences), we are looking for a full-time research assistant for the molecular modelling in the field of bioelectromagnetics.

Requirements:

  • Finished master‘s degree in biophysics, molecular physics, computational chemistry, physical chemistry, chemical physics, molecular nanotechnology, computational biology, bioinformatics, or similar.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team-focused environment.

We offer:

  • interesting and challenging job in an international environment
  • work in a multidisciplinary research team
  • excellent research infrastructure and strong support of professional development
  • 5 weeks of vacation + sick days benefit
  • flexible working hours
  • annual performance bonus
  • friendly team of supporting colleagues
  • sport allowance - MultiSport card, catering and pension contribution

Terms of employment:

The initial period of employment is 1 year (with the possibility of an extension), starting from December 1, 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Application procedure:

In order to apply, please, send a letter of application (cover letter) and CV to Ms. Jana Petrlova (petrlova@ufe.cz). 

 

Deadline for application: 21st November 2019

 


In order to conduct the selection procedure on the position you are applying for it is necessary to collect and process your personal data. By replying to this ad, you provide to the Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Academy of Sciences (located at Chaberská 57, 18251, Praha 8, Czech Republic) your personal data only for the purpose of the selection process. The personal data shall be stored for the duration of the selection procedure, and further for max. 6 months after the termination of the selection procedure for the legitimate interest of the controller in order to prove the proper course of the selection procedure and to evaluate the results of the selection procedure. During metioned period personal data can be stored on our internal and an external storage (owned by Microsoft Corp.) with dedicated access. After the above period expires, your personal data will be permanently deleted.

Ph.D. Student in Bioanalytics

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v. v. i., in accordance with the Act No. 283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, invites applications for a Ph.D. Student in the field of Bioanalytics.

Responsibilities and tasks

The selected candidate will carry out research of methods for immobilization of various biological entities on the surface of a plasmonic sensor and development of methodologies enabling biosensor-based investigation of analyte-receptor (e.g. protein-protein and protein-cell) interactions. The developed immobilization methods and methodologies will be applied to the investigation of interactions of selected biomolecules and their quantification.

Requirements

  • MS or equivalent degree in chemistry, biochemistry, biophysics or similar,
  • experience in research of biosensors for investigation of biomolecular interactions or detection of biomolecules.

We offer

  • interesting and challenging job in an international environment,
  • work in a vibrant and multidisciplinary research team,
  • excellent research infrastructure,
  • full time employment with 5 weeks of vacation and other benefits.

Terms of employment

The initial period of employment is 1 year (with the possibility of an extension), starting from December 1, 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Application procedure

In order to apply, please, send a letter of application (cover letter) and CV to Ms. Jana Petrlova (petrlova@ufe.cz).

Deadline for application: 19th November 2019

 

In the subject line of your email, please, state that you apply for Ph.D. Student in Bioanalytics.

Scientist / Postdoc position in Bioelectrodynamics research team

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v.v.i. in accordance with the Act No.283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, announces an open position for postdoctoral research fellow or scientist.

Scientist / Postdoc position in Bioelectrodynamics research team

Do you want to work on exciting projects at the interface of bionanotechnology and bioelectromagnetics? Do you love hands-on laboratory work, microscopy and to play with a cutting-edge experimental equipment? Then apply for this position!

Job description:

At the Bioelectrodynamics research team (Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences), we are looking for a highly motivated researcher for an experimental work focused on exploring the electromagnetic field bioeffects at the biomolecular scale and nano-scale. To that end, you will employ highly advanced single molecule characterization and imaging techniques. Your experimental work will be supported by computational theoretical predictions of your colleagues. Your results will contribute to the development of novel electromagnetic technologies for gentler and more effective biomedicine and bionanotechnology of the future.

Requirements:

  • Experimentally oriented Ph.D. in biophysics, biochemistry, physical chemistry, biomedical engineering, molecular biology, biotechnology, bio-nanomaterials or similar. Strong interest in imaging and microscopy and experience with cytoskeleton proteins is an advantage
  • Very good communication skills and the ability to work in a team-focused environment.

We offer:

The Czech Academy of Sciences is internationally highly ranked research institution with exceptional quality growth. At the Institute of Photonics and Electronics of CAS, we offer interesting and challenging job in an international environment, work in a multidisciplinary research team and excellent research infrastructure. We ensure a strong support of career growth towards professional and scientific independence.

Above that we offer:

  • 5 weeks of vacation + sick days benefit
  • Flexible working hours
  • Annual performance bonus
  • Friendly team of supporting colleagues
  • Modern educational courses and trainings for continuous professional and scientific development
  • Sport allowance - MultiSport card, catering and pension contribution, team building events, fully automatic coffee machine in the team

Application procedure

Please apply through the application link and instructions therein.

Deadline for application: 24th November 2019

Starting date of the position: 6th January 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter

 


In order to conduct the selection procedure on the position you are applying for it is necessary to collect and process your personal data. By replying to this ad, you provide to the Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Academy of Sciences (located at Chaberská 57, 18251, Praha 8, Czech Republic) your personal data only for the purpose of the selection process. The personal data shall be stored for the duration of the selection procedure, and further for max. 6 months after the termination of the selection procedure for the legitimate interest of the controller in order to prove the proper course of the selection procedure and to evaluate the results of the selection procedure. During metioned period personal data can be stored on our internal and an external storage (owned by Microsoft Corp.) with dedicated access. After the above period expires, your personal data will be permanently deleted.

 

Molecular modeller Ph.D. student position in Bioelectrodynamics research team

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v.v.i. in accordance with the Act No.283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, announces an open competition for the position of graduate student.

Molecular modeller Ph.D. student position in Bioelectrodynamics research team

Do you want to work on an exciting Ph.D. project at the interface of bionanotechnology and bioelectromagnetics? Do you love molecules and computers? Then apply for this position!

At the Bioelectrodynamics research team (Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences), we are looking for a highly motivated Ph.D. student to work on computational modelling of the electromagnetic field effects at the biomolecular scale and nano-scale. Your computational predictions will be verified with cutting edge micro- and nanotechnology experimental tools provided by your colleagues. Your results will contribute to the development of novel electromagnetic technologies for gentler and more efficient biomedicine and bionanotechnology of the future. Practically, you can learn how to obtain a starting biomolecular structure, set-up a computational simulation of biomolecular behavior, how to post-process obtained data, and how to plot this data in Matlab. Besides, you will learn how to read, understand, and write scientific papers and also how to present your work at international conferences around the world. All these skills will make you employable in many academic and industrial research and business organizations around the world after your graduation.

Requirements:

  • Finished master‘s degree or equivalent by February 2020 in biophysics, molecular physics, computational chemistry, physical chemistry, chemical physics, molecular nanotechnology, computational biology, bioinformatics, or similar. Ideal candidate should be inclined towards computational work and coding.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team-focused environment.

We offer:

The Czech Academy of Sciences is internationally highly ranked research institution with an exceptional quality growth. At the Institute of Photonics and Electronics of CAS, we offer interesting and challenging job in an international environment, work in a multidisciplinary research team and excellent research infrastructure. We ensure a strong support of career growth towards scientific independence.  

Above that we offer:

  • Ph.D. students are employed by the Institute (part-time), which results in a competitive salary (scholarship from the university + salary from the Institute).
  • Annual performance bonus  
  • 5 weeks of vacation + sick days benefit
  • Flexible working hours
  • Friendly team of supporting colleagues 
  • Modern educational courses and trainings for professional and scientific development beyond standard university curriculum
  • Sport allowance - MultiSport card, catering and pension contribution, team building events, fully automatic coffee machine in the team

Apply by filling out the online application here

Deadline for application: 24th November 2019

Starting date of the position: 2nd March 2020

 


In order to conduct the selection procedure on the position you are applying for it is necessary to collect and process your personal data. By replying to this ad, you provide to the Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Academy of Sciences (located at Chaberská 57, 18251, Praha 8, Czech Republic) your personal data only for the purpose of the selection process. The personal data shall be stored for the duration of the selection procedure, and further for max. 6 months after the termination of the selection procedure for the legitimate interest of the controller in order to prove the proper course of the selection procedure and to evaluate the results of the selection procedure. During metioned period personal data can be stored on our internal and an external storage (owned by Microsoft Corp.) with dedicated access. After the above period expires, your personal data will be permanently deleted.

 

Experimental biophysics Ph.D. student position in Bioelectrodynamics research team

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v.v.iin accordance with the Act No.283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, announces an open competition for the position of graduate student.

Experimental biophysics Ph.D. student position in Bioelectrodynamics research team

Do you want to work on an exciting Ph.D. project at the interface of bionanotechnology and bioelectromagnetics? Do you love hands-on laboratory work, microscopy and to play with a cutting-edge experimental equipment? Then apply for this position!

At the Bioelectrodynamics research team (Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences), we are looking for a highly motivated Ph.D. student for an experimental work focused on exploring the electromagnetic field effects at the biomolecular scale and nano-scale. To that end, you will employ highly advanced single molecule characterization and imaging techniques. Your experimental work will be supported by computational theoretical predictions of your colleagues. Your results will contribute to the development of novel electromagnetic technologies for gentler and more effective biomedicine and bionanotechnology of the future. Practically, you will learn how to work with a wide variety of state-of-the-art laboratory equipment. Furthermore, you will learn how to prepare various biological and biochemical samples. You will also learn how to work with advanced microscopy techniques and world-unique experimental set-ups. Besides, you will learn how to read, understand, and write scientific papers and also how to present your work at international conferences around the world. All these skills will make you employable in thousands of academic and industrial laboratories and companies around the world after your graduation.

Requirements:

  • Finished master’s degree or equivalent by February 2020 in biophysics, biochemistry, physical chemistry, biomedical engineering, molecular biology or similar with a strong interest in imaging and microscopy.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team-focused environment.

We offer:

The Czech Academy of Sciences is an internationally highly ranked research institution with exceptional quality growth. At the Institute of Photonics and Electronics of CAS, we offer interesting and challenging job in an international environment, work in a multidisciplinary research team and excellent research infrastructure. We ensure strong support for career growth towards scientific independence.

Above that we offer: 

  • Ph.D. students are employed by the Institute (part-time), which results in a competitive salary (scholarship from the university + salary from the Institute).
  • Annual performance bonus  
  • 5 weeks of vacation + sick days benefit
  • Flexible working hours
  • Friendly team of supporting colleagues 
  • Modern educational courses and trainings for professional and scientific development beyond standard university curriculum
  • Sport allowance - MultiSport card, catering and pension contribution, team building events, fully automatic coffee machine in the team

Apply by filling out the online application here

Deadline for application: 24th November 2019

Starting date of the position: 2nd March 2020

 


In order to conduct the selection procedure on the position you are applying for it is necessary to collect and process your personal data. By replying to this ad, you provide to the Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Academy of Sciences (located at Chaberská 57, 18251, Praha 8, Czech Republic) your personal data only for the purpose of the selection process. The personal data shall be stored for the duration of the selection procedure, and further for max. 6 months after the termination of the selection procedure for the legitimate interest of the controller in order to prove the proper course of the selection procedure and to evaluate the results of the selection procedure. During metioned period personal data can be stored on our internal and an external storage (owned by Microsoft Corp.) with dedicated access. After the above period expires, your personal data will be permanently deleted.

Electromagnetic chip designer Ph.D. student position in the Bioelectrodynamics research team

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v.v.iin accordance with the Act No.283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, announces an open competition for the position of graduate student.

Electromagnetic chip designer Ph.D. student position in the Bioelectrodynamics research team

Do you want to work on an exciting Ph.D. project at the interface of bionanotechnology and bioelectromagnetics? Do you love electromagnetism and micro/nanofabrication technologies? Then apply for this position!

At the Bioelectrodynamics research team (Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences), we are looking for a highly motivated Ph.D. student to work on the design and fabrication of electromagnetic planar chips for the research of the electromagnetic field effects at the biomolecular scale and nanoscale. Your chips will be the corner stones of cutting-edge experiments to verify the predictions of the molecular dynamics simulations of your colleagues. Your results will contribute to the development of novel electromagnetic technologies for gentler and more effective biomedicine and bionanotechnology of the future. Practically speaking, you can learn how to design microwave circuits in the 3D simulator of the electromagnetic field, how to fabricate your design by the standard laser lithography process, and how to measure biological specimen on your chip by vector network analyzer connected thru the mechanical probe system. Besides, you will learn how to read, understand, and write scientific papers and also how to present your work at international conferences around the world. All these skills will make you employable in high-tech research organizations both in academic and industrial environment around the world after your graduation.

Requirements:

  • Finished master’s degree by February 2020 in applied physics, electromagnetic physics, electrical, electromagnetic, radio-frequency engineering, high-frequency electronics, or similar.
  • Good communication skills and the ability to work in a team-focused environment.

We offer:

The Czech Academy of Sciences is internationally highly ranked research institution with exceptional quality growth. At the Institute of Photonics and Electronics of CAS, we offer interesting and challenging job in an international environment, work in a multidisciplinary research team, and outstanding research infrastructure. We ensure strong support of career growth towards scientific independence.  

Above that we offer:

  • Ph.D. students are employed by the Institute (part-time), which results in a competitive salary (scholarship from the university + salary from the Institute).
  • Annual performance bonus  
  • 5 weeks of vacation + sick days benefit
  • Flexible working hours
  • Friendly team of supporting colleagues 
  • Modern educational courses and trainings for professional and scientific development beyond standard university curriculum
  • Sport allowance - MultiSport card, catering and pension contribution, team building events, fully automatic coffee machine in the team

Apply by filling out the online application here

Deadline for application: 24th November 2019

Starting date of the position: 2nd March 2020

 


In order to conduct the selection procedure on the position you are applying for it is necessary to collect and process your personal data. By replying to this ad, you provide to the Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Czech Academy of Sciences (located at Chaberská 57, 18251, Praha 8, Czech Republic) your personal data only for the purpose of the selection process. The personal data shall be stored for the duration of the selection procedure, and further for max. 6 months after the termination of the selection procedure for the legitimate interest of the controller in order to prove the proper course of the selection procedure and to evaluate the results of the selection procedure. During metioned period personal data can be stored on our internal and an external storage (owned by Microsoft Corp.) with dedicated access. After the above period expires, your personal data will be permanently deleted.

Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Photonics for Biosensing

The Institute of Photonics and Electronics v. v. i., in accordance with the Act No. 283/1992 of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, as amended by the Act No. 420/2005, and in accordance with the Statutes of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow position in the field of Photonics for Biosensing.

Responsibilities and tasks

The selected candidate will carry out research into optical methods and measurement systems for plasmonic biosensors. Specifically, the selected candidate will be expected to develop advanced optical platforms based on plasmonic (nano)structures for affinity biosensing and participate in their applications for the detection of biomolecules and investigation of biomolecular interactions related to medical diagnostics.

Requirements

  • Ph.D. degree in optics, optoelectronics, physics, electrical engineering or similar,
  • publication record in the field of optical measurement methods, optical systems, waveguide optics and/or plasmonics, and optical (bio)sensing,
  • experience in the design and experimental development of advanced optical platforms.

We offer

  • interesting and challenging job in an international environment,
  • work in a vibrant and multidisciplinary research team
  • excellent research infrastructure,
  • full time employment with 5 weeks of vacation and other benefits (flexible working hours, sport, catering and pension contribution)

Terms of employment

The initial period of employment is 1 year (with the possibility of an extension), starting from January 1, 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Application procedure

In order to apply, please, send a letter of application (cover letter), CV, and a list of publications to Ms. Jana Petrlova (petrlova@ufe.cz).

In the subject line of your email, please, state that you apply for Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position in Photonics for Biosensing.