Mittwoch, 23. März 2011

Doktoranden-Stelle (m/w)

Doktoranden-Stelle (m/w)

Am Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung (Stuttgart) ist eine Doktoranden-Stelle (m/w) für Projekte im Bereich der Charakterisierung neuartiger Elektrolyte zu besetzen. Voraussetzungen sind ein abgeschlossenes Studium der Chemie oder Physik, experimentelles Geschick und die Fähigkeit, sich in eine interdisziplinär arbeitende Gruppe einzufügen. Erfahrungen im Bereichen der NMR-Spektroskopie wären vorteilhaft.
Die geplanten Arbeiten sind zum einen grundlagenorientiert, zum anderen eingebunden in Projekte zur Entwicklung neuer Materialien für Brennstoffzellen und Batterien (insbesondere Membranen), die zusammen mit anderen Instituten, Universitäten und Unternehmen durchgeführt werden.
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Max-Planck-Institut für Festkörperforschung
K. D. Kreuer
Heisenbergstr. 1
70569 Stuttgart

Postdoc Diffusion NMR

A position for a Project Scientist is available in the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry (KCMC, at the University of Manchester. The role is focused on the development and delivery of a capability to use diffusion NMR to investigate the dynamic behaviour of colloids and nanomaterials in aqueous dispersions. This work would be done in collaboration with external sponsors including industry, charities and research councils.

Candidates should hold a PhD in chemistry or materials science, and a strong research track record in NMR spectroscopy and specifically in diffusion NMR, the related data analysis, and the use of these techniques to investigate the association and behaviour of molecular assemblies in liquid media. Experience in colloid and surface science is also required. Experience of working with industry is desirable

The successful candidate will be working as part of a large research team and will be expected to communicate results at project meetings, in written reports and to industrial sponsors. Short-term projects will be based on a number of clearly defined goals that must be delivered in a timely manner. We therefore seek highly motivated candidates with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact with persons at all levels within the academic and business communities, and who would enjoy working in a challenging environment and interacting with industry. The position will be particularly suited to candidates who are interested in both fundamental AND applied aspects of science.

The closing date is 18th April 2011; further details may be found at For informal enquiries please contact Professor N Tirelli (

PhD student or Postdoctoral fellow

Seeking a PhD student or Postdoctoral fellow with NMR experience and interest in Microbial Glycobiology

A PhD or postdoctoral position is available immediately at the University of Alberta. The successful candidate will be jointly supervised by Dr. Roderick Wasylishen (Department of Chemistry and Canada Research Chair in Physical Chemistry, and Dr. Christine Szymanski (Department of Biological Sciences and Alberta Ingenuity Centre for Carbohydrate Science,

The student will be involved in a multidisciplinary project examining bacterial capsular polysaccharides and developing new techniques to examine bacterial-host interactions using high-resolution magic-angle spinning NMR. The NMR Facilities in the Department of Chemistry are well equipped for the collaborative research project. Specifically we have access to a Varian 600 with a nanoprobe for magic-angle spinning experiments. Details of the other NMR spectrometers in the Department can be found at: and

Applicants should have a strong background in NMR and biological chemistry. Knowledge of solid-state NMR, molecular modeling and NMR programming would be an asset.

Interested applicants should send a single PDF document containing a CV, one-page statement of research interests and contact information of three references to:

Montag, 14. März 2011

predoctoral fellowship

Dear colleagues,

A predoctoral fellowship is available for 6 months (extended up to 12 months) to perform theoretical and experimental studies of small molecules of pharmaceutical interest based on solid-state NMR spectroscopy. The successful applicant will also have the possibility to pursue with a doctoral programme.
All the necessary details regarding this position are detailed below (contact details and deadlines at the bottom of the message at the end).

Interested applicants should send the required application document (check below) to Dr. José Gomes ( or directly to me.


postdoctoral position King's College

A postdoctoral position supported by the King's College London British Heart Foundation Centre of Excellence is available at King's College London in the field of ROS biology. The project is a collaborative effort amongst the groups of Prof Ajay Shah MD (Cardiovascular Division, King's College London), Dr Conte and Dr Steiner (Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King's College London) aimed at elucidating the molecular mechanism of controlled ROS production in higher organisms.

The project is highly interdisciplinary and will combine structural biology (X-ray and NMR) with biophysical (ITC), biochemical and cell biology work. The post requires experience in molecular biology/protein biochemistry. Proven prior experience in protein expression using the baculovirus system is also considered very important. Additional experience with biophysical methods complementary to structural biology and/or oxygen biochemistry is welcomed.

The post is available immediately and funding is initially for 18 months. Salary will be commensurate to prior experience and qualifications. Interested applicants should contact Dr Maria R Conte ( directly by submitting their CV together with the names of three referees. Informal inquiries are welcome.

Deadline for this application is 21st March 2011.

Maria R Conte
Reader in Structural Biology
Randall Division of Cell and Molecular Biophysics
King’s College London
New Hunt’s House
Guy’s Campus
London SE1 1UL, United Kingdom

Tel +44 (0)20 7848 6194
Fax +44 (0)20 7848 6435

Position of NMR manager in Lille, France

The laboratory of Structural and Functional Glycobiology (UGSF - CNRS UMR 8576) at the University of Lille, France, is looking for a research engineer to manage the liquid state part of the NMR Platform at the University. Composed of several Bruker spectrometers, including a 900MHz Avance III instrument with cryogenic probehead and a SampleJet, a 800MHz Avance III spectrometer for solid state and HRMAS NMR, the platform has the specificity within the national network of high-field NMR ( of combining expertise in liquid and solid state NMR.

The applications of high resolution biomolecular NMR at the UGSF cover most types of biomolecules, with a particular accent on oligosaccharides and proteins, and their interactions. Research at the UGSF aims to develop novel methods (pulse sequences, reduction of sample size, use of sample changer, HRMAS) and novel instrumentation to improve the quality of the measurements, and extract maximal information for the biological systems of interest.

The ideal candidate will be in charge of the maintenance of the different spectrometers, relations with the constructor, planning of the experiments, and set-up of the experiments for novel and experienced users. He/she will play an important role in choosing and implementing existing and novel NMR experiences, and will be particularly involved with the set-up of automatic screening protocols of molecular interactions.

A PhD in high resolution biomolecular NMR and a first professional experience in a NMR laboratory are important criteria for the selection. Further information about the position can be obtained from Guy Lippens, the principal investigator of the 900MHz project (, tel (00 33) 3 20 33 72 41). For administrative information, candidates should contact Mme Martine Ratajczak ( 03 20 33 72 40) before March 28th 2011.

Postdoctoral Fellow

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Fellow / Research Associate position at the Center for Biomedical Imaging of the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland, in the area of Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy.

Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance (MR) is a revolutionary and promising technique with a proven potential in biomedicine. Based on Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP), a low-temperature technique used to increase the nuclear spin order, hyperpolarization leads to an improvement in signal-to-noise ratio on the order of 10’000 times. It allows for the detection of tiny amounts of biological substances in vivo and to follow the metabolic pathways of chosen molecules.

Unique hyperpolarizers have been developed within the Swiss DNP Initiative regrouping several departments of the EPFL and the Paul Scherrer Institute. The Center for Biomedical Imaging (CIBM) provides access to two high-field animal MRI systems, one working at 9.4T and the other at 14.1T. One 5T hyperpolarizer is coupled to the 9.4T scanner and another is about to be installed and coupled to the 14.1T scanner.

The selected candidate will be involved in the development of new technologies and protocols to perform in vivo cardiac and brain DNP-enhanced experiments. Emphasis will be put on the use of novel hyperpolarized substrates for metabolic and molecular imaging. Applications in the field of cardiology and oncology will be tested on rodents.

We are seeking for a candidate with a PhD in Physics, Chemistry, Biomedical engineering or related field. The candidate is expected to have a strong background in MR physics from his or her Ph.D. Experience with Varian sequence programming is desirable but is not required. The selected candidate will be part of a team composed of several PhD students and experienced researchers involved in the physical, chemical, biological and biomedical aspects of hyperpolarized MR.

The position is open immediately and for up to 4 years. For consideration, please submit your application including a cover letter, a full CV, and the names and email addresses of three references to

Arnaud Comment
Laboratory for functional and metabolic imaging (LIFMET)

mailing address:

EPFL, Station 6
CH-1015 Lausanne

Phone +41 21 693 7982
Fax +41 21 693 7960

post-doctoral research position

A full time post-doctoral research position is available for a period of one year at the Università del Piemonte Orientale “Amedeo Avogadro”, Alessandria (Italy), on "NMR relaxometric characterization of Gd-based systems for the development of dual imaging probes".

Our lab is part of the European COST Action D38, ”Metal-based Systems for Molecular Imaging Application” and our research activities are aimed at developing efficient Imaging Probes based on Gd(III) complexes. Within the frame of a Regional Project on Innovative Platform for Medical Imaging and in collaboration with academic and industrial partners (University of Turin, Bracco Imaging, Advanced Accelerator Applications, Fluody), we are committed at the synthesis and characterization of innovative dual PET-MRI, SPECT-MRI and MRI-optical probes for the synergistic exploitation of the peculiar properties of the two diagnostic techniques. After complete physico-chemical characterization, these Imaging probes will be tested in vitro and in vivo with Magnetic Resonance Imaging on tumors and other cardiovascular or neurological pathologies.

Candidates are expected to have a PhD degree in Chemistry with a background in coordination chemistry and proven experience in NMR spectroscopy.

NMR facilities include high resolution JEOL ECP-400 and a Bruker Avance III 500 NMR, all equipped with a direct Z-gradient multinuclear probe; Solid-state Bruker Avance III 500 spectrometer with a wide bore 11.7 T magnet; JEOL FA-200 X-band EPR spectrometer; low resolution Stelar NMR spectrometer operating at 20-80 MHz and a Fast Field Cycling Stelar SmartTracer spectrometer operating over a 0.01-10 MHz frequencies range equipped with a variable temperature unit control.

Start date: June-July 2011
Interested candidates should send their biographical sketch and a cover letter summarising research experience and interests to:
Mauro Botta (


Prof. Mauro Botta
Dipartimento di Scienze dell 'Ambiente e della Vita
Università del Piemonte Orientale "A. Avogadro"
Viale Teresa Michel 11, 15121 Alessandria (Italy)
Tel: 0131-360253
Fax: 0131-360250

Montag, 7. März 2011

PhD student project/position

PhD student project/position

A PhD student project/position is available in the area of NMR applied to asymmetric homogeneous catalysis. The project will be jointly supervised in the NMR Department (Dr. Christophe Farès) and in the Department of Homogeneous Catalysis (Prof. Benjamin List) of the MPI for Coal Research in Mülheim an der Ruhr (

The specific goals are to address fundamental questions related to the mechanism of the high stereoselectivity in novel organocatalysts developed at this institute and to discover and develop new strategies towards the characterization of catalytic intermediate and transition states based on advanced NMR methods.

The PhD student will work in collaboration with synthetic chemists in order to optimize compounds which will stabilize intermediate states. She/He will also have full access to a modern NMR laboratory, equipped with seven spectrometers, including a 600-MHz instrument with a cryogenically cooled-probehead.

The position is for a period of three years. We are looking for a talented and motivated individual with a good background in NMR, that wish to invest time and energy to satisfy their curiosity in understanding the fundamental mechanisms behind organocatalysis. A genuine interest in interdisciplinary science will be essential. Education in a relevant discipline such as organic chemistry will be an advantage.

Applications must contain

1. a complete CV with details on education, previous research activities and a list of publications (if any)
2. contact details of at least two personal references

The complete application should be sent to:
Dr Christophe Farès, Department of NMR, 45470 Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany or
The application must be received no later than March 31, 2011.
For further information regarding this position, please contact Dr Christophe Farès, Department of NMR, 45470 Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany (Tel: +49 208 306 2130)

Genentech Postdoctoral Fellow

Genentech Postdoctoral Fellow: Structural Biology/NMR Spectroscopy

We have an opportunity for a highly talented Postdoctoral Fellow to join the Protein NMR Group in the Structural Biology Department at Genentech. Our research encompasses the structural analysis of proteins of therapeutic interest, with an emphasis on determining their conformations and ligand-binding properties.

Genentech is now applying our expertise in protein expression, assay development, antibody engineering and drug design to pursue some of the most challenging therapeutic targets in the human proteome, including G protein-coupled receptors and ion channels. The successful candidate will focus their postdoctoral research on the NMR structural analysis of human membrane proteins involved in ion transport and the mechanisms of their functional regulation. The interaction of these proteins with potent and selective antibody fragments, peptides and/or small molecule inhibitors will also be examined. Significant progress on the high-level expression and purification of the proposed membrane structural targets has already been achieved. Moreover, you would be working with a highly collaborative group of scientists whose expertise includes protein NMR spectroscopy, soluble and membrane protein crystallography, ion channel electrophysiology and assay development.

The protein NMR facility includes dedicated 800, 600, and 500 MHz spectrometers, Linux workstations, a fully equipped protein expression and purification lab with expertise in membrane protein production, and access to the Central California 900 MHz spectrometer.

Recent PhD graduate in Biochemistry, Structural Biology or a related discipline, with a strong publication record providing evidence of productive, independent contributions in science. The applicant must have demonstrated expertise in protein expression and purification, and protein NMR spectroscopy . Prior experience working with membrane proteins will be a strong asset, but is not essential. The successful candidate must be motivated, capable of working independently, and enjoy working in a collaborative setting.

Interested candidates should apply at, but feel free to send their CV and cover letter directly to Dr. Melissa Starovasnik ( and Dr. Christopher Koth ( Please visit for additional information.

solid-state NMR engineer position

A one-year solid-state NMR engineer position available

A one-year engineer position is available in the Magnetic Resonance Laboratory (LRM), INAC/SCIB at CEA Grenoble for the technical maintenance of three BRUKER solid-state NMR spectrometers: two AVANCE 400, one of them coupled to a gyrotron, and one DSX 200. The NMR facility is localized at two different sites and will get very soon a complete system to perform solid-state high-resolution NMR coupled to Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP).

Applications fields in high-resolution solid-state NMR at CEA-Grenoble are very broad, ranging from synthetic polymers to biological material, as well as new materials for nanotechnologies. Research at LRM includes methodological developments (pulse sequence design, DNP, NMR/DFT coupling, …) and original instrumentation in order to improve the low intrinsic sensitivity of NMR.

The successful candidate will be in charge of the maintenance and troubleshooting of the spectrometers, contact with suppliers, spectrometer time schedule, supervising external users, and users training. The candidate will be strongly involved in the setup of DNP/NMR experiments, including optimization of sample-preparation protocols for DNP.

The candidate profile includes a PhD thesis in high-resolution solid-state NMR. Previous professional experience in a NMR facility will be particularly considered. Communication and integration skills are highly appreciated.

Further information concerning this position can be obtained from the LRM scientists Sabine Hediger (, tel +33 4 38 78 68 12) and Gaël De Paepe, DNP project leader (, tel +33 4 38 78 58 30).

Motivated candidates should send their CV, two letters of reference, and one letter of motivation before 21st of March 2011 to:

Michel Bardet
17 rue des Martyrs
38054 Grenoble
Cedex 9 - France
tel. 33 4 38 78 57 72 (office)
33 4 38 78 38 33 (secretary)

email :

Two Group Leader Positions – Bio NMR

Rector of Masaryk University opens positions

Two Group Leader Positions – Bio NMR, CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic

We are seeking outstanding applicants for two positions of group leaders who are willing to accept the challenge of starting independent world-class research groups in the field of bio-NMR for Structural Biology Research Program of CEITEC. Structural Biology Research Program will run core facilities for X-ray crystallography, high-end cryo electron microscopy and tomography, studies of biomolecular interactions, and high-field NMR spectroscopy.

You will be part of CEITEC - Central European Institute of Technology in Brno, Czech Republic (, an academic research institution established jointly by Masaryk University, Brno University of Technology, Mendel University in Brno, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical
Sciences Brno, Institute of Physics of Materials, Veterinary Research Institute. The institute will host 600 scientists in state-of-the-art equipped laboratories. Genomics and Proteomics of Plant Systems, Molecular Medicine, Molecular Veterinary Medicine, and Brain and Mind Research represent other Life Science Research Programs of CEITEC. CEITEC will also host high throughput –omics core facilities. The material sciences programmes are part of CEITEC as well.

The High-field NMR Core Facility will be equipped with six high-resolution NMR systems ranging from 500 to 950 MHz. Central Supporting Laboratory for preparation of biomacromolecules for NMR, X-ray, and CRYO-EM and Laboratory of Protein Expression in Eukaryotic Cells will be available on site. Group resources include funds for post-doc positions, personnel and running costs.

The successful candidate must hold a PhD degree in a relevant field and should show:

- proven track record of high quality scientific productivity as judged by publications in high-impact peer-reviewed journals, providing evidence of excellence in bio NMR research and its applications
- success in obtaining extramural research funding
- experience in supervising other scientists

An interest in close collaboration with local experimental groups is essential. We will offer internationally competitive conditions and benefits in line with your experience. The positions are available from 2011 on for an initial period of five years. The beginning of the employment relationship and the onset of group operations is negotiable.

Your application should include:
- CV
- detailed description of your training and research career
- list of publications (separate listings of original research papers, reviews, book chapters)
- list of obtained research grants (name, topic, funding source, amount)
- summary of your teaching experience
- reprints of selected publications (10 at maximum)
- outline of your research plan in a form of a brief and concise executive summary (1-2 pages, A4 or Letter format)

Electronic applications must be received by 15 April, 2011, to ensure consideration. Please submit your application to the coordinator of the Structural Biology Research Program Prof. Vladimír Sklenář at:


Postdoctoral Fellowship

Postdoctoral Fellowship in NMR Methods to Study Molecules of Environmental and Biological Interest
(Project Ref. PTDC/QUI-QUI/100998/2008)

Job Description:
A 1-year postdoctoral position is available starting from May 2011, (extendable for additional 7 months) to study the “solid structure” of ionic liquids (ILs) with relevance to the pharmaceutical industry. For this purpose solid-state NMR will be used to study selected ionic solids (ISs). The research will be centered in the use of NMR techniques in tandem with molecular modelling to study the physical chemistry of molecular interactions in ILs and ISs.

This project will be performed at the NMR centers at the Universities of Aveiro (solids NMR) and Nova de Lisboa (liquids NMR).

Multinuclear liquid-state NMR experiments (including diffusion NMR experiments) will be employed to study ILs. This project will have a strong emphasis in the study of ISs, with low melting points, using advanced high-resolution multinuclear solid-state NMR methods. These studies will be complemented with first principles calculation of NMR parameters and molecular dynamics simulations. In a later stage the solvation of different molecules of pharmaceutical interest in biocompatible ILs will be addressed.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a challenging environment with access to state-of-the-art NMR equipment. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a competitive and multidisciplinary environment and participate in a project of relevance to the pharmaceutical industry and with impact in environmental issues. Aveiro is a very pleasant city near the seacoast, located between Porto and Lisbon with everything within walking distance.

Equipment: The candidate will have access to all equipments within the Portuguese NMR network ( ranging from 400 MHz to 800 MHz solid-state and solution NMR spectrometers with a variety of probes and other accessories for solids and liquids and will have access also to a shared computer cluster (http:// Both institutes are well equipped with 6 BRUKER AVANCE III NMR (400 to 600 MHz) spectrometers equipped with more than 20 probes. Details may be found in the aforementioned link.

Duration: 12 months extendable to 19 months, preferably from May 2011.

Candidate Profile:
- The candidate should hold a PhD in Chemistry, Physics, Physical Chemistry, Materials Sciences or related disciplines.
- Previous experience in solid-state NMR spectroscopy (instrumentation and theory) is required.
- Good informatics skills and experience with molecular modelling calculations is highly appreciated.
- Candidates with previous experience in NMR studies, considering this project research topic, are also of our interest.

Selection criteria:
1- Evaluation of the CV:
- Past experience in NMR spectroscopy, with preference for those candidates with experience in solids NMR is required.
- Analysis of relevant publications of interest for this project.
2- Interview if necessary, where proof of knowledge is tested.
3- Analysis of the reference contacts given by the candidates

Salary: 1495 EUR/month (Free of taxes)

Documents for the application:
Applicants should send: Cover letter, Detailed Curriculum Vitae and at least two reference contacts, preferably, by email to Dr. Luís Mafra (

Alternatively, the documents should be sent to:

Dr. Luís Mafra
Departamento de Química
Universidade de Aveiro,
3810-193 Aveiro
Tel. (+351) 234 370620
(Reception of the documents by email is preferable)

Applications will be accepted from March 1 to March 31, 2011.

The candidates will be informed by email about the result of the selection process.

Professorship Rennes

A permanent professor position is available at the University of Rennes 1 (Pharmaceutical and biological sciences faculty and LTSI) in september 2011.

The Professor will be in charge of the education department of Mathematics and Physics pharmaceuticals. She/He will teach Mathematics, Statistics, Physics and Informatics in different levels of the curriculum of Pharmacy and Nutraceutical Engineering. She/He will be responsible for the development of innovative teaching at the interface between different disciplines.

The research project focuses on methodological and technological developments in the domain of quantification in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy (MRI, MRS), including an important translational component.
This professor position is attached to the Laboratory of Signal Processing and Image (LTSI, UMR INSERM 642), in the emerging team METRIQ currently made up of 1 full professor, 5 associate professor, 1 researcher, 4 PhD students and 1 technician. The Professor, by his/her experience, will be more particularly brought to reinforce and instigate research topics recently initiated by the team including methodological (physical, information processing) and technological aspects (electronic sensors, computer engineering) of MRI / MRS. One goal is to bring the innovations within the clinical team on the field. To do this, the local environment is particularly favorable: the team is the “support”, with a dedicated research engineer, of the small animal imaging component of the PRISM* platform, while having access to MRI of Rennes University Hospital (a 1.5 T and a 3 T clinical systems, and a 3 T with 50% time dedicated for research).She/He will be brought to work closely with, biologists, pharmacists and physicians.

* The PRISM platform gathers several imaging facilites on three sites :
- Beauregard (Cemagref) : 1 whole body MRI (0.2 T and 1.5 T)
- Villejean (UR1 IFR 140) : small animal MRI 4.7 T, 2 vertical 500MHz NMR spectrometers
- Saint-Gilles (INRA) : CT-scan, US, γ-scintigraphy and PET scan

Contacts :
Hervé Saint-Jalmes :
Marie Le Floch :
Lotfi Senhadji :

Professor position at Paris 13 University

Professor position (sections 31/64) at Paris 13 University – Bobigny campus
NMR: Metabolomics or Structural Biology

The CSPBAT (Chemistry, Structure, and Properties of Biomaterials and Therapeutic Agents) laboratory, UMR CNRS 7244, was created in January of 2009 to regroup several research teams affiliated to the Paris 13 University that previously belonged to other laboratories in the Paris area (Ile de France). The SBMB team is a multi-disciplinary group that uses various spectroscopic methods to study biomolecules and biological samples (liquids, cells, and tissues).

Research profile: This Professorship position is open to candidates with a research program centered on one of the themes developed by the SBMB team of the CSPBAT laboratory:

Metabolomics based on NMR spectroscopy: The approach has been developed in our laboratory over the past ten years through collaborations with the nearby hospital research groups. The major themes involve exploration of kidney function, liver function, and cancer. The metabolomic studies will be conducted in the SMBH medical Faculty and will fall within the scope of the scientific interests of the medical staffs of Jean Verdier and Avicennes Hospitals.

NMR Structural studies on model systems in vitro: Another group in the SBMB team develops research in the field of DNA-protein interactions, particularly involving DNA aptamers. The goal is to improve the affinity or specificity of the aptamers for their targets (proteins, antibiotics, RNA or DNA structural motifs) to develop therapeutic or diagnostic tools.

New research projects in collaboration with the other teams in the laboratory would be considered, in particular projects concerned with the development of bio-captors or polymer-based biomaterials with biological activity.

Teaching profile:
General teaching in the field of Chemistry and/or Biology (undergraduate level). NMR and its applications in the field of public health (Masters level).

The laboratory is located at UFR SMBH in Bobigny.

People to contact:
Veronique Migonney (Director of the CSPBAT Laboratory) :
Telephone number: +(33) 1 4940 33 52/33 46 (secretary)

Edith Hantz: (Head of the SBMB team)
Telephone number: +(33) 1 4838 76 85


We are looking to recruit a ‚young’ talent (age 35-40) for a professorship in chemistry / physical chemistry at the University of Strasbourg, one of the best French research institutions in sciences. The candidate should be an expert in solution NMR spectroscopy and in the physical chemistry of molecular systems in solution. She/He should develop independent research on complex molecular systems. Ideally static or dynamic mixtures should be investigated using NMR spectroscopy under consideration of the thermodynamics and kinetics of such systems.

Nous souhaitons recruter un "jeune" talent (35-40 ans) sur un poste de Professeur cette année. Le(a) candidat(e) dois posséder à la fois de solides connaissances en spectroscopie RMN en solution et en physico-chimies des molécules et systèmes moléculaires en solution. En particulier, il(elle) doit développer des recherches indépendantes sur des systèmes moléculaires complexes et des mélanges statiques ou dynamiques alliant la RMN liquide et les processus d'équilibres à la fois sous l'angle thermodynamiques et cinétiques.

Contact (if possible before end of February 2011):
Prof. M. W. Hosseini
UMR-CNRS 7140 (Tectonique Moléculaire)
Université de Strasbourg
Institut Le Bel
4, rue Blaise Pascal CS 90032
Tel. (33) 0368851323
Fax (33) 0368851325