Postdoc in the NMR spectroscopy

Updated: 9 months ago
Deadline: 12 Dec 2018

Methods of non-stationary signal processing for more sensitive NMR spectroscopy

The goal of the project is to develop novel methods of data processing for "serial" Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) experiments. Methods of analysis of non-stationary signals will be implemented in various types of experiments - from the study of small molecules and their mixtures to studies of macromolecules. The expected result of the project will be a package of experimental protocols and programs for data processing.


1. PhD degree in physics, mathematics or chemistry

2. Experience in harmonic analysis, Fourier analysis, time-frequency analysis.

3. Programming skills (MATLAB)

4. Practical experience in signal processing is welcome

We offer:

- Interdisciplinary environment of the Center of New Technologies

- Work in a dynamic group engaged in international collaborations.

- Highly profiled publications in chemical or biological journals

How to apply?

1. Cover letter, describing Candidate motivation

2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)

3. PhD degree certificate

4. One or more letters of recommendation from a scientist who is familiar with the Candidate (submitted directly to email address below)

5. Information on scientific publications, scholarships, prizes and awards or other relevant documents demonstrating the excellence of Candidate

6. A list of attended conferences with titles and authors of presentations      

Please submit documents with an email entitled "POSTDOC APPLICATION" to . The selected candidates will be invited for an interview either in personal or via Skype. The interview will take place within 2 weeks from the application deadline.

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