We are seeking for potential candidates to apply for a position as a
CNRS junior research associate in conjunction with our group.
The focus of the research will be on developing advanced NMR methods
for the analysis of mixtures of small molecules, with particular
attention to perspective applications to natural products. Our ongoing
activity aims at resolving the complex NMR spectra of multicomponent
mixtures by relying on pseudochromatographic experiments (Angew. Chem.
2006, 45 , 5950-5953), multiple-quantum analysis (Anal. Chem. 2010,
82, 3266-3269 ) and adapted signal processing.
The candidate will be located at the Institut de Chimie des Substances
Naturelles (Gif-sur-Yvette), in the Paris area, which hosts several
high-field spectrometers, including a 950 MHz.
The ideal candidate should have a disposition towards teamwork, an
inquisitive mind and a solid background on the development and application
of modern NMR methodology, with a Ph. D. degree and at least one year
of post-doctoral work in the area.
As the CNRS national competition is highly selective, a strong
publication record is necessary.
For additional information, please contact Stefano Caldarelli