We are looking for a highly motivated PhD student with interest in developing time-resolved X-ray scattering and/or time-resolved spectroscopic probes for the study of energy conversion in photosynthetic proteins. The Department of Chemistry is conducting research and education in both classical and more specialized chemistry disciplines, e.g. marine chemistry and atmospheric sciences.
The qualifications for education on a doctoral level are: degree in advanced level, at least 240 university points, of which 60 are on an advanced level, or in an other way acquired similar knowledge. Research experience in biochemistry, biophysics, or time-resolved spectroscopy will be considered as a merit. The project is performed in collaboration with international partners. Thus, excellent communicational and organizational skills are also considered a plus.