in Theory of Energy and Charge Transfer in Natural and Artificial Photosynthesis
Postdoctoral researcher position at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University is available with a start from January 1st, 2019 (initially for one year, with a possibility of extension). Candidates with strong background in fields of open quantum systems, theory of energy and charge transfer phenomena in molecular and solid state systems and/or theory of time resolved spectroscopy are invited to apply. Selected candidate would participate in a research project on hot topics in natural and artificial light-harvesting.
The position is funded by Czech Science Foundation (GACR) and the Center for Nano- and Bio-Photonics (CeNaBiP) of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University.
In case of interest, submit your CV and a brief statement of interest to Tomas Mancal.
- Experience with open quantum systems theory methods
- PhD in chemistry, physics or related fields
- Willingness to participate in multi-disciplinary research
- General interest in open quantum systems and quantum mechanics as such
- Interest in answering biologically relevant questions with physics and chemisty
- Exciting research environment in our research group
- Tight contacts to experimentalists at Charles University and Prague area (ELI, BIOCEV)
- Broad collaboration and contacts with research groups around the world
- Gross pay of 40 000,- Czech Crowns (CZK) a month
- Employment benefits
- and last but not least, the charming atmosphere of a historical city of Prague
PhD. Student in Theoretical (Bio)Physics and Chemical Physics
Candidates with master or equivalent degree in Physics or Chemistry are welcome to join a four year PhD program in Physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University. Research projects in open quantum systems, theoretical time-resolved spectroscopy, molecular quantum physics and other related research branches are constantly available (see our research topics).
Detailed information about currently available topics can be found in the electronic system of the faculty:
- Nonlinear optical spectroscopy of electron-phonon coupling in small molecules
- Theory of aggregates of photosynthetic molecules: spectroscopy, structure, transport phenomena, self-organization
- Quantum theory of photosynthetic excitation energy transfer in steady state regime
- Graphene-based materials for biomimetic light-harvesting
- Nonlinear optical spectroscopy of molecular complexes
The deadline for applications is April 30th, 2018. Applications should be submitted via the faculty on-line application form available here. The same link provides complete information about the application procedure and the PhD program at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University.