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PhD studentship in biopharmaceutical drug delivery: Developing novel formulations to enhance the intestinal absorption and transport of biopharmaceuticals.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation Centre for Intestinal Absorption and Transport of Biopharmaceuticals in the Department of Health Technology at the Technical University of Denmark invites applications for a fully funded 3-year PhD position in peptide and protein nanocarriers for enhanced biopharmaceutical delivery.
Biopharmaceuticals are critically important therapeutics for many diseases and hold the potential for new innovative treatments for many more diseases and disorders.
The Department of Bioengineering and Biomedicine at DTU, Technical University of Denmark, invites applications for a position as professor in integrated micro- and nanotechnological systems for biological and biomedical applications with focus on research and innovation.
The successful candidate is expected to lead an international competitive research group focusing on the development of highly sensitive and reliable point of use (POU) technologies with specific emphasis on microorganisms in medical diagnostic, treatment, and monitoring as well as in environmental monitoring. It is also expected that the research has focus on applying physics in biological systems to separate and differentiate biological structures to monitor biological processes and to optimize growth, nutrient delivery, and waste removal in cellular and bacterial cultures.
Afdeling for Risikovurdering og Ernæring, DTU Fødevareinstituttet, søger en akademisk medarbejder med viden om ernæring og folkesundhed samt med erfaring inden for befolkningsundersøgelser og kvantitative metoder.
Den ønskede kandidat skal tage del i planlægningen og gennemførelsen af den næste DANSDA i 2019-2021. Opgaverne indbefatter klargøring af måleinstrumenter og protokoller til kost, fysisk aktivitet, antropometri og biologisk prøveudtagning samt forberedelse af instruktionsmateriale og måleudstyr til interviewerne i DANSDA.
Kandidaten kommer herudover til at tage del i:
- Fejlretning og kvalitetssikring af data
- Analyse af data
- Skrivning af rapporter og deltage i udarbejdelse af videnskabelige og populærvidenskabelige artikler
The National Food Institute (DTU Food), a department at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), invites applications for a position as Assistant Professor in Food Production Engineering.
The Food Production Engineering research group has a dynamic staff with high international visibility, many research collaborations with leading international universities and organisations and a successful track record of national and international research projects.
The research group aims to provide new, cutting-edge knowledge of principles of industrial food processing and the creation of novel technologies within this field.
The section for Computational Atomic-scale Materials Design (CAMD) at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), is seeking an outstanding and highly motivated candidate for a PhD position within the area of first-principles modeling of point defects in semiconductors and high-throughput discovery of new materials for photovoltaics and quantum technologies.
The successful candidates will use and develop first-principles methods to model fundamental electronic processes (radiative and non-radiative) taking place around defects in semiconductors, including both conventional bulk- and 2D materials.
The goal is to establish computational schemes for predictive modeling of the chemical, electronic, and optical properties of semiconductors with point defects, and use it to identify new candidate materials for solar energy conversion and single-photon light sources, respectively.
DTU Compute’s Section for Algorithms, Logic and Graphs (AlgoLoG) would like to invite applications for a 3-year PhD position starting April 1, 2019. The project is financed by the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF), Natural Sciences.
The project contributes to the running time analysis of nature-inspired algorithms, a relatively young research area at the interface between theoretical computer science and artificial intelligence.
The main aim of the project is to analyse the running time and to derive provably efficient parameter settings, including self-adjusting parameter schemes, for evolutionary algorithms in discrete search spaces.
A 3-year PhD scholarship in synthetic inorganic chemistry is available at the Department of Chemistry, starting from May 1st, 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter.
The project will be supervised by Assistant Professor Martin Nielsen and is funded by the VILLUM Foundation Young Investigator Programme. The successful candidate will join a young and ambitious, international research team, which is a part of the Organic and Inorganic Chemistry section at DTU Chemistry.
The research in the Nielsen group is focused on designing and synthesizing inorganic coordination complexes, for homogeneous organometallic catalysis in the broad field of sustainable chemistry.