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Post-doctoral researcher in nanoparticle synthesis by wet-chemistry routes

Fixed term full-time contract in the framework of the H2020 FET-OPEN project SWIMMOT Contract duration 36 months Starting in October 2020 Net salary : dependent on the candidate’s experience between 1830 € and 2154 €.

Location : LPCNO -INSAT, Toulouse (France)

Profile : The researcher should be highly motivated chemist with an excellent background in the synthesis of air-sensitive nanoparticles by wet-chemistry approaches, as well as in their characterization by basic nanoparticle analysis techniques. The candidate should be capable of communicating not only with the members of the LPCNO but also with the partners of the consortium, therefore fluency in English is mandatory (oral and written).

Please address your application including your CV and a motivation letter to Dr Katerina Soulantica. e-mail : Application dead-line : July 20th 2020

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Using magnetic nanoparticles and high/low frequency magnetic fields to destroy cancer cells

Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) have currently many applications in biomedicine : they are used for imaging, to improve gene transfection, for bio-separation and for tissue engineering. With respect to cancer therapy, different ways to kill tumour cells using magnetic nano-objects have been reported (...)

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Post-doc positions in position in optical spectroscopy and transport measurements in paramagnetic defects in dilute nitrides semiconductors

The quantum optoelectronics group in Toulouse (France) is looking to fill 1 postdoc position in optical spectroscopy and transport measurements of paramagnetic defects in dilute nitrides semiconductors starting April/Mai 2018. In this project we aim at tackling the double challenge of : (i) improving the all-optical readout scheme of the of defects hyperfine-coupled electron-nuclear spins without the need of any electron resonance technique ; (ii) Proposing a scheme to electrically address the defects and investigating the feasibility of an electrical detector of circular polarization state of light. Contact : Andrea Balocchi (,
Hélène Carrère (

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Modelling the electronic structures and simulating reaction mechanisms of a new generation of supported catalysts combining both metal Single Atom Catalysts (SAC) and NanoParticles (NP)

Location : "Physics and chemistry modelling" team, Laboratory of Physics and Chemistry of Nano-Objects (LPCNO-Toulouse).

Contact : Dr. Iann Gerber or Dr. Iker del Rosal by e-mail (,

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