We seek doctoral candidates to conduct experimental research in attosecond science with the goal of exploring electron dynamics in various solid-state systems on shortest time scales.
The research group of Prof. Tomáš Šolomek is looking for outstanding candidates to join our international team for PhD degree in Organic Chemistry in the field of Synthesis of Topological Carbon-Based Molecular Materials within our ERC-funded research project TOPOCLIP. The starting date is from April 2021 or later.
PhD fellowship “Superconductivity in Twisted Bilayer of Graphene”Herunterladen
Dominic Höpfner from the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research and Torsten Schwede from the Biozentrum are offering a lecture series on Making of a Drug. It is aimed at MSc and PhD students with a life science background. The lecture series is part of the graduate teaching program at the Biozentrum.
The PhD work concerns experimental studies of plasma cleaning of so-called first mirrors for future fusion facilities, such as ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor). First mirrors will play a crucial role in numerous ITER optical diagnostic systems. Deposition of material eroded from the wall of ITER can degrade the reflectivity of the first mirrors severely. Plasma cleaning using radio-frequency capacitively coupled plasmas is currently being considered as the most promising in-situ cleaning technique. The PhD work will mainly be focused on three different aspects of plasma cleaning for ITER first mirrors:
– Investigation on plasma cleaning in magnetic fields, benchmarked with simulations.
– Development of End of Cleaning Indicator (monitoring of the process).
– Research on driven grounded electrode plasma discharges.
Project description. This project proposes a new approach that could overcome some of these current limitations: to develop a methodology for the construction of multi-sites ArMs based on the controlled assembly of small de novo peptidic bricks (“molecular Lego”, see scheme). The bricks are accessible by peptide synthesis, rendering their functionalization at a single site straightforward. Upon assembly of several units, a more complex structure (protein-like) will be obtained, placing the different functional centers at a desired distance to work in concert. One could then rationally design complex ArMs simply by assembling those bricks. To our knowledge, no such system exists yet. […]