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Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Optical Microscope Development (2 posts), University of Oxford, UK

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Department of Engineering Science, Parks Road, Oxford

Grade 7: £32,817 – £40,322 with a discretionary range to £44,045 p.a.

We are seeking two full-time Postdoctoral Research Assistants to join the Dynamic Optics and Photonics Group at the Department of Engineering Science (central Oxford). The post is funded by the European Research Council and is fixed-term to 31 August 2021.

We are seeking research scientists to work on a range of adaptive optics microscope development projects. This work will be carried out as part of a team of researchers who specialise in optical system development and who work in collaboration with a range of partners within Oxford and elsewhere. You will be responsible for the implementation and optimization of adaptive microscope systems, the development of adaptive optics control strategies for these systems, and their application in collaboration with biomedical scientists.

You should possess a PhD (or be near completion) in experimental optics and have significant experience of the design and implementation of complex optical imaging systems. You should have sufficient expertise in optical engineering to be able to adapt and optimise systems for specific project tasks. Experience in areas such as microscope development, adaptive optics, or biological imaging would be desirable.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to Professor Martin Booth (email: martin.booth@eng.ox.ac.uk)

For more information about working at the Department, see: www.eng.ox.ac.uk/about/work-with-us/

For additional information please check the job offer.

Only online applications received before 12.00 midday on 20 April 2020 can be considered.

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