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University of Hamburg - Cluster of Excellence "Advanced Imaging of Matter"

The Cluster of Excellence "Advanced Imaging of matter" funded by the German Federal and States Governments combines projects in physics, chemistry, and molecular biology at the forefront of international research. With interdisciplinary teams from Universität Hamburg, Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (MPG), DESY, European XFEL, and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) the Cluster aims at imaging and understanding how collective behavior and functionality emerge microscopically and how one can dynamically create new functionalities.

We invite applicants for

Open PhD and Postdoc Positions

on our research topics

Quantum physics – Condensed matter – Ultrafast imaging – X-ray science – Nano-science – Biophysics

We are looking for highly qualified and motivated national and international students and scientists.
All PhD students will be part of our graduate school with a rich and comprehensive course program. All our scientists are part of a unique interdisciplinary and international research environment with excellent opportunities for career development and high-quality research.

For more information on our available positions and application please visit our webpage that will be recently updated:

Qualification Type: PhD
Location: Hamburg - Germany
Funding for: EU Students
Funding amount: Not Specified
Hours: Full Time
Placed On: 3rd April 2019
Closes: 2nd July 2019
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