Various scientific internships at ARCNL
The Advanced Research Center for Nanolithography (ARCNL) focuses on the fundamental physics and chemistry involved in current and future key technologies in nanolithography, primarily for the semiconductor industry.
PhD position: Valleytronics in 2D semiconductors in High Magnetic Fields
Within a collaboration between the groups Semiconductors & Nanostructures and Soft Condensed Matter and Nanomaterials of the High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) in Nijmegen, this project is related to our research on low-dimensional electron systems in high magnetic fields....
PhD position: Understanding Absorption of Light in Solar Cells
In this project, we aim to obtain a breakthrough in the 3D modelling of the absorption of light in novel photovoltaic cells. Absorption in complex nanophotonic media is generally interpreted by considering light to diffuse without interference. Here we take a radically different...
PhD position: Physical systems biology
We have multiple vacancies for PhD and postdoc projects in the System Biology group, where we are combining tools from physics and biology to study the physical bases of behavior in cells and small organisms. Specific projects include:
PhD position: Inkjet printing (experiments, numeric, theory)
The Physics of Fluids group works on a variety of aspects in fluid mechanics, in particular on those related to bubbles. The focus of our work is the fundamental understanding the phenomena of the physics of fluids, bubbles and jets, which we undertake by...
PhD position: Biophysical studies on virus-cell interactions
The budding field of Physical Virology develops at the interface of Physics, Biology, Chemistry and Medicine and this research field has seen a tremendous growth in recent years. In my lab we focus on several sub-fields of Physical Virology, in particular we study the structural...
PhD position: Physics of cancer development
Studies over the last few decades have revealed cancer to be a frightfully complex disease. Most recently it was shown that the cells within a single tumor are strongly different from each other. This heterogeneity is a major stumbling block for drug therapies, which typically...
PhD position: Aberration-free optical imaging in living brain tissue
Your work will be to utilize novel concepts in AO to implement high-quality, easy to operate modules that will greatly enhance the quality of existing optical microscopes. Therefore, we are looking for a candidate with a can-do mentality and a strong interest in optics....
15 vacant fully-funded PhD positions within European INTRICARE programme
Would you like to research a PhD on microcalcifications in vulnerable plaque formation and translation of novel insights into meaningful clinical interventions for this multi-faceted disease? Would you like to increase our current knowledge on vulnerable plaque formation and...