PhD positions: proton transport and proton-coupled transport
PROTON is a collaborative effort of 10 academic and 2 industrial partners. The application for an international training network (ITN) in the frame of Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MSCA) has been positively evaluated.
The goal is to jointly train 15 PhD students in the field of proton transport and proton coupled transport. The research projects of the PhD students aim at clarifying the molecular reaction mechanisms of protons in the confines of interfacial water layers and proteinaceous cavities with emphasis on proton mobility.
PROTON offers full time positions for 36 months with many additional benefits. Two full time positions are available in the lab of Professor Hartmut Luecke at NCMM.
Students interested in joining PROTON are invited to apply. The earliest starting day is 1.10.2019. We look for students holding or very close to completing their Master degree in (Bio)Physics, (Bio)Chemistry or Optics with the following qualities: i) exceptional academic performance, including qualifications, prizes; ii) subject specific skills and expertise iii) communication, presentation skills and team working abilities.