A PhD position is available to join the Emsley group at EPFL, Lausanne
We are looking for highly motivated candidates to take up a PhD position developing new methods in NMR spectroscopy to address the challenging problem of atomic-level structure determination in chemistry and materials science. In particular we will be working on dynamic nuclear polarization enhanced NMR methods for materials. Examples of our recent work and the application areas that we work on can be found on our website: http://lrm.epfl.ch/publications/
We are looking for highly motivated candidates with strong scientific background, independence, and who enjoy teamwork. You should hold a relevant qualification in chemistry, physics or related disciplines. Skills in developing experimental multi-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance are a plus.
Our laboratory at EPFL is part of one the world’s leading chemistry departments, and is located Lausanne on the north shore of Lake Geneva. The laboratory is equipped with unique state of the art NMR spectrometers (including gyrotron DNP accessories at 400 and 900 MHz, a dissolution-DNP machine, and 100 kHz magic angle spinning probes).
Motivated candidates should contact Lyndon Emsley with a CV by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed from 1st February onwards, until the position is filled.
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