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SerEnergy A/S, Aalborg
Due to increased development focus on fuel cells and fuel cell stacks, we are looking for a full time technical project manager to structure and manage our future industrialization of the high-temperature PEM fuel cell technology. The job location is at SerEnergy's offices in Aalborg, Denmark, with frequent travel to German partners. Your responsibilities
- Technical project management of stack development activities within SerEnergy and with external partners.
- Responsible for activity alignment between SerEnergy A/S in Denmark, and our sister company Fischer Eco Solution GmbH in Germany.
- Budget, project planning, risk management.
We have a friendly working environment with collaborative teams working towards a common goal. We value innovation, proactivity and perseverance, and enjoy a good sense of humor.
An assistant professor position is available in the Colloids and Biological Interfaces (CBIO) group headed by Professor Thomas L. Andresen, DTU Nanotech, the Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby. The assistant professorship is a permanent entry-level faculty position.
The overall aim of the research group is to develop novel nanocarrier systems for improved drug delivery and through careful characterization of the nanocarriers and their interactions, gain insight into the mechanisms that affect and ultimately govern uptake in vivo.
This position will focus on utilizing electron microscopy to characterize novel nanomaterials and their interactions with biological systems, including both cell and animal models.
The Adaptive Laboratory Evolution (ALE) Group harnesses the power of biology to self-optimize under selective pressures and applies this concept to obtain strains with useful industrial and applied phenotypes.
The goal of the ALE Group is to utilize laboratory evolution in the design and build phase of the strain construction process, as well as to uncover key unknowns in relevant microbial species, efficiently to discover and generate what is not possible with other approaches.
The successful candidate is a talented, highly skilled, and self-motivating person who enjoys working in an international and interdisciplinary environment. Excellent bacterial culture techniques and analytical skills are essential.
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Lyngby
Within the Novo Nordisk Foundation funded Challenge Grant project “Integration of Informatics and Metabolic Engineering for the discovery of Novel Antibiotics (IIMENA)" we are currently setting up a streamline pipeline in collaboration with international partner institutions from Spain and South Korea.
Within the IIMENA project, we will identify a huge number of actinomycetes producing bioactive compounds against our panel of clinical test organisms.
Within the project, you will be responsible for
- Coordinating the genome-sequencing of interesting actinomycete producer strains at commercial sequencing providers and the internal DTU Biosustain NGS sequencing lab; the task includes genome (hybrid) assembly and the annotation of sequence data.
- Genome mining for secondary metabolite biosynthetic gene clusters.
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Lyngby
This particular position is related to a basic science project on protein phosphorylation in the bacterium Bacillus subtilis. The project will be related to the question of how relatively few kinases in bacteria can control the phosphorylation state of a large number of substrate proteins. The experimental approach will entail mass spectrometry-based quantitative phosphoproteomics which will lead into functional characterization, both in vitro and in vivo, of select phosphoproteins.
The successful candidate will be expected to independently conduct the experimental work in this project. This entails design, execution, and analysis of phosphoproteomics experiments. Functional characterisation of individual phosphorylation events will be conducted in vitro using proteins produced in and purified from E. coli.