Theses and Jobs

In this list you can find master (=diploma) and project theses. Click on the link to read the pdf or open the website.

28.09.2018: Research position at the Karl Landsteiner Privatuniversität für Gesundheitswissenschaften (department of anatomy and biomechanics)
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05.04.2018:  MSCA EU-funded European Industrial DoctorateSPINe: Numerical and Experimental Repair strategies (SPINNER)Application

05.04.2018: PhD student positions – Nano-Analytics of Cellular Systems (NanoCell) (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz) Website

28.03.2018: EXCITE 12th Zurich Summer School on Biomedical Imaging EXCITE_Flyer_2018

20.02.2018: Open Position for a University Assistant in Biomechanics and Proteomics (TU Wien) Ausschreibung

15.02.2018:  Innovation Research Lab Exhibition (IRLE) 2018 – Call for participation for the “Best Innovation Project Awards” (Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany) Flyer IRL 2018

15.02.2018: Master position on Brillouin spectroscopy in Heidelberg
The group of Thomas Greb (University of Heidelberg) is looking for a talented Master student in physics or engineering who is interested in the establishment/implementation of Brillouin Microscopy for studying extracellular matrices of cells. Brillouin microscopy has recently been introduced into biological sciences as a contact-free imaging technique for determining mechanical properties of living sub-cellular structures.

Embedded in the international research consortium ‘BioBrillouin’, the student will focus on the establishment of a Brillouin microscopy setup at Heidelberg University for the comparison of different elastic moduli determined in a specific set of biological samples. During the project, the student will have the possibility to visit other labs within the consortium and get exposed to distinct expertise around this emerging technology. Especially, the labs of Kareem Elsayad (VBC, Vienna) and Robert Prevedel (EMBL, Heidelberg) will provide teaching and hands-on experience on the technology.

Successful applicants will have outstanding communication skills, and be capable of working independently in a goal-oriented manner. Experience in working with open optical setups and programming in Lab Matlab is a plus. Candidates should send their personal details including a motivation letter and a CV to thomas.greb@cos.uni-heidelberg.de.
Reviewing of applications will be continued until a suitable candidate is found.

For more information, see:
Elsayad et al., 2016, Sci Signal 9(435):RS5
https://www.biobrillouin.eu/
http://www.cos.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/COS/index.php/t.greb?l=_e