216 positions available in Belgium

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | over 1 year ago

    Project This new multidisciplinary consortium opens two PhD positions and we are seeking therefore: - One PhD student with a major interest in developing synthetic methodologies towards functionalized or reactive organic dyes. The dyes will be designed to be applicable both in super-resolution imaging and electron microscopy. The ideal candidate should, next to synthetic skills, have a keen...

  • Hasselt University | over 1 year ago

    PhD student computer science, specialisation 'human-computer interaction' Task description Recent controversies surrounding mobile maps have highlighted the importance of cartography to human-computer interaction (HCI) and information visualization on mobile devices. However, despite the prominent role of “map apps”, they have not yet been robustly examined with a lens informed by the decades...

  • Hasselt University | over 1 year ago

    PhD student Chemistry Profile The candidate is highly motivated, independant and has a great interest in research; The candidate has good interpersonal, communicative and reporting skills; The candidate has a good knowledge of Dutch and English; The candidate has an interest and skills in didactic activities in chemistry. Related to the proposed research topic, an interest in analytical and...

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | over 1 year ago

    Project The laboratory for Membrane Trafficking (Prof. Wim Annaert) studies the assembly and localization of g-secretase, an enzyme complex critically involved in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease, and consisting of the catalytic subunit Presenilin, Aph1, nicastrin and PEN-2. Its assembly requires quality control (QC) mechanisms occurring during Golgi-ER recycling. Protein QC is a system...

  • Hasselt University | over 1 year ago

    Task description Following the acquisition of several regional and international research projects, the visual computing research group of EDM seeks to recruit several new researchers in the coming months. Some projects require the candidate to perform fundamental research, as obtaining a PhD is envisaged. Other projects are more applied R&D projects, in which EDM collaborates with local and...

  • Hasselt University | over 1 year ago

    Task description In the current research concerning advanced optical microscopy much attention is devoted to label-free characterization of biological and non-biological specimen. These methods comprise nonlinear optical effects evoked by pulsed lasers. Additionally, there is high interest in methods circumventing the optical diffraction limit to obtain images with higher resolution. The...

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | over 1 year ago

    Responsibilities You will use available molecular and coarse grained simulation methods, including the adaptive resolution scheme, to determine by simulations the properties and morphology of polymers systems at interface. When needed, you will extend and adapt existing methods, and develop new simulation algorithms. You will be involved in the comparison of your simulation results with...

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | over 1 year ago

    Project This PhD project will explore the evolution and underlying mechanisms of publications and metrics in cardiovascular sciences. The candidate will collect data on publication output in the cardiovascular sciences, growth of research activities, sources of funding, journal characteristics and growth. The data will be put into the perspective of the global biomedical research activities...

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | over 1 year ago

    Project Systems biology/Interactomics is a discipline at the intersection of bioinformatics and biology that deals with the interactions between proteins and other molecules in a cell. The network of such interactions is called the interactome and determines the normal physiological functions of a cell or organism. Inborn or acquired malfunctioning of the interactome results in human disease...

  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven | over 1 year ago

    Project In this project you will use Drosophila eye development as model system to study spatiotemporal gene expression patterns. You will use and combine several approaches, including FACS cell sorting, laser capture microdissection, genetics and fly pushing, and RNA-seq. You can also apply genome-wide TF localization experiments (ChIP-seq or damID-seq) or open chromatin profiling experiments...

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