PhD Position in Computational Structural Biology in Vienna/Austria

Employer
University of Vienna
Location
Austria
Posted
July 20 2015
Discipline
Other
Position Type
Full Time
We offer:

• Young research environment with a lot of possibilities to contribute to the development of the group

• Very good CPU recourses (Vienna Scientific Cluster: http://vsc.ac.at/) and on the groups own cluster

• Excellent collaborations within Vienna (http://moltag.univie.ac.at/) and to research groups abroad (The Netherlands, Germany, Spain, UK, US)

• Close mentoring, yet a lot of freedom to develop own ideas

• Regular employment including social benefits (https://www.fwf.ac.at/en/research-funding/personnel-costs/). The position is offered for a maximum of 4 years.

• Participation in international scientific congresses (e.g. Biophysics Society Meeting, US)

• Fully paid 6-month internship abroad



We seek: We are looking for a highly motivated, team-oriented PhD student who is interested to work in a young and stimulating research environment. The applicant should have a completed M.Sc. or diploma degree in biophysics, structural biology, chemistry or a related field. Experience in molecular dynamics, programming, or Linux environments is beneficial. Most important is a strong interest in computational methods and structural biology. Proficiency in spoken and written English is required.



How to apply: Applications have to be submitted via recruitment.moltag@univie.ac.at.



Your application must contain the following documents (all in PDF Format)

• Up to date CV (including contact details)

• Education Certificates (Master or Diploma Degree)

• Two letters of reference from a Professor or Supervisor at your University. Letters of reference are confidential and must be submitted by the referee directly to recruitment.moltag@univie.ac.at

• Further Certificates (Languages and/or Computer Skills)

• Letter of Motivation

For further information please visit our homepage at http://moltag.univie.ac.at/

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