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Post-Doctoral and PhD opportunities in Magnetic Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications at University College Dublin, Ireland

3/20/2018

 The preparation of nano-scale building-blocks with well-defined properties and surface characteristics[1] is a key requirement for their successful assembly into functional structures.[2] It is anticipated that by improving control over the synthesis and assembly[3] of nanoparticle building blocks it will be possible to produce tailored properties and improved processability. Furthermore, by embedding the nano-constructs in hydrogels it may be possible to control structure on multiple length scales, leading to new magnetically responsive functionalities.[5]

The NMR/Materials Research Group in the School of Chemistry at University College Dublin (http://www.ucd.ie) are seeking one Postdoctoral researcher (3 year contract) and two Ph.D. students for a research program on Magnetic Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications funded under the SFI Principal Investigator programme.

Applications should be sent by email, before April 30th 2018, to dermot.brougham@ucd.ie using “Post-Doc Application NANO-COMP” or “Post-Grad Application NANO-COMP” in the subject line, and including CV/publication list/transcripts and grades/names of referees.


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