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2012-2013 Currie Undergraduate Scholarships at University of New Brunswick, Canada

…disqualified. 1. You must be a Canadian citizen, or have a Permanent Resident card. 2. You must be a female undergraduate student enrolled full-time in an accredited Canadian engineering program at a Canadian university. Visit the Engineers Canada website at www.engineerscanada.ca where all accredited Canadian university engineering programs are listed to check your eligibility. 3. While there is no limitation on the number of applications from any university or program, you CANNOT apply to more than one Vale or CEMF scholarship a year. You CANNOT win this scholarship more than once. You CAN, if unsuccessful this year, reapply in subsequent…

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Postdoctoral Position at Cluster of Excellence CellNetworks, Heidelberg University, Germany

The Cluster of Excellence CellNetworks at Heidelberg University unites more than 90 leading research groups from the University and internationally outstanding research institutions. We are the Protein Evolution group based in the BioQuant-Center in the science campus Im Neuenheimer Feld at Heidelberg University. We mostly focus on studies of molecular interactions: protein-protein, protein-peptide, protein-chemical, etc. Further information about the group leader and the team can be found at: www.russelllab.org. We are currently seeking a Post-doctoral fellow to continue our work on predicting an analysing protein-peptide interactions with an emphasis on discovering and testing new protein-peptide complexes relevant to…

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems at Umeå University, Sweden

The Department of Computing Science at Umeå University (see www.cs.umu.se) is seeking an outstanding candidate for a post-doctoral fellowship in cloud computing and distributed systems. The ideal candidate would like to find innovative solutions and make specific contributions in resource management for large scale distributed Internet services. Possible research topics for the fellowship include: • distributed storage systems • reliability, availability, and scalability of Internet services • distributed monitoring, accounting, and quota enforcement • basic tools for managing compute and data intense distributed services • data centric approaches for managing distributed systems • algorithms and mechanisms for differentiated…

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Postdoctoral Position at Institute of Nuclear Physics, France

In the frame of a close collaboration, three laboratories namely Institut de Physique Nucleaire d’Orsay (IPN), Centre de Spectrometrie Nucleaire et de Spectrometrie de Masse (CSNSM) and the Institut de Recherche sur les lois Fondamentales de l’Univers (IRFU-CEA Saclay) offer a post-doctoral position granted by the cluster P2IO (www.labex-p2io.fr). Superconducting radiofrequency resonators made with bulk niobium of high purity are increasingly used in linear particle accelerators (CEBAF, SNS, XFEL,…). However the accelerating gradient record reached with a single cell cavity for ILC (KEK design) is just below the theoretical limit (52.8MV/m for Bc=200mT). In order to improve…

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2012 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Neuroscience, Biology, Electrophysiology, Neuroengineering at University of Antwerp, Belgium

Research will focus on 1) interfacing novel materials to neuronal microcircuitry as bidirectional nano-scale interfacing devices, as well as on 2) using novel optogenetic and electrophysiological techniques for quantitively dissect network electrophysiology and its plasticity, relevant for natural and synthetic memories formation, deletion, and re-writing. This research, funded by the European Commission, aims ultimately at developing unconventional scientific & technological approaches for advancing our understanding on collective emerging behavior in neuronal ensembles, as well as for designing the next generation of neuroprosthetics and cognitive interfaces. Applicants must have solid in vitro experience with patch-clamp in brain…

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