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FACULTY OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

BioMIP – Microsystems Chemistry and Bio-IT



www.biomip.de


The research group BioMIP – Microsystems Chemistry and Bio-IT invites
applications for a 3-year studentship funded by the EU projects ECCell
(www.istpace.org/ECCell) and MATCHIT (www.fp7-matchit.eu), commencing
immediately.




Fully funded PhD studentship
Theoretical Physicist or (Bio)Chemist




Both projects are on the interface of physics, chemistry, biology and
information technology (IT). Their overall goal is to develop
programmable chemical systems using electronically controlled
microsystems. BioMIP pursues the ongoing development of programmable
information chemistry by introducing an addressable chemical container
production system. This system is interfaced with electronic computers,
using MEMS technology with regulatory feedback loops. The research
addresses fundamental basic questions about the use of chemical
reactions for information technology and the control of complex chemical
systems, in particular the interplay between programmed processes and
self-organization.

We are looking for highly motivated candidates with excellent scientific
potential who will benefit from a challenging interdisciplinary
environment. The successful applicant will gain wide experience working
in a multi-disciplinary team. The job offers the potential to do cutting
edge research establishing direct contact between multiscale physical
modelling of chemically reacting, soft matter systems and novel chemical
and biochemical information technology.


Applicants should hold a university degree in physics or chemistry. They
will have a strong background in the non-equilibrium statistical
mechanics and computer simulation, for example of complex fluids.
Familiarity with complex systems research, especially self-organizing
systems and aspects of IT such as natural computation would be of
advantage.


The studentship is paid according to the German public service pay scale
(TV-L, 50%) and includes additional benefits, such as health insurance
and superannuation.

The University values diversity and is committed to equality of
opportunity.


Please send your application via email with supporting documents (pdf
files) to:


Prof. John S. McCaskill

Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Organic Chemistry 1

BioMIP – Microsystems Chemistry and Bio-IT

NC3/174

44801 Bochum

FON: +49-234-32-27702

email:
john.mccaskill AT rub.de






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