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|Staff Category:||Staff Member|
|Contract Duration:||2 years|
|Grading:||5 or 6; depending on individual experiences and qualifications|
|Closing Date:||9 November 2020|
The Prevedel group in Heidelberg is seeking a research engineer with an applied physics and/or engineering background to work on advanced multi-photon imaging techniques for applications in biology and neuroscience. In particular, the candidate will work on the development of new optical instrumentation with a particular emphasis on adaptive optics, wavefront shaping as well as infrared detector technology. Additionally, the successful candidate will team-up with biologists and mouse neuroscientists to apply the advances to current scientific questions. This project is part of a recently funded EU FET grant. The successful candidate is expected to take a strong lead on his/her project and start to develop independent ideas. Our multi-disciplinary lab provides an innovative, dynamic and constructive working environment for this purpose. More information about the Prevedel group can be found here: www.prevedel.embl.de The role is also advertised as Postdoctoral Fellow for candidates pursuing academic career path: HD01846 Postdoctoral Fellow: Multiphoton microscopy and adaptive optics
For additional information please check the job offer.