Postdoctoral Position in nanomaterial-biomolecule hybrids
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A postdoctoral position is offered in Prof. Cortajarena's group (Biomolecular Nanotechnology Lab). The main tasks include but are not limited to: - design, synthesize and characterize photoluminescent nanomaterials, in particular quantum Dots (QDs), for their integration within DNA origami - tune the photoluminescent properties to newly defined specifications and optimize the nanomaterials for immobilization on DNA origami.
The project Greener “Single Photon source and detector based on novel materials for the detection of endocrine disruptors” is funded by the European Union’s Horizon Europe Cluster 4. The project aim is to develop and provide for the first time a non-dispersive technique of a spectrometer as a nano-(opto)electronic system with an electrically pumped single-photon source (SPS) and a highly efficient single-photon detector (SPD) as innovative new systems building blocks with enhanced performance for the measurement of lowest absorptions.
This is a multidisciplinary project coordinated by the Technical University Chemnitz in Germany and includes 8 different partners from Spain, Germany, France, and Italy.
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