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I have two open Reserach Fellow Positions and a fully funded PhD studentship in my group (http://www.southampton.ac.uk/chemistry/about/staff/pileio.page) at the University of Southampton.
* Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in nuclear magnetic resonance in the research group of Dr Giuseppe Pileio, in collaboration with Prof Malcolm H Levitt. The project, funded by EPSRC(UK), concerns the development of NMR hardware and methodology that combines supercritical fluids with long-lived states NMR and dissolution-DNP to prolong the storage of hyperpolarised spin order and allow it to be transported remotely from the production site. The position is tenable from 1 December 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter with initial appointment for 2 years but with the possibility of a further extension of 1 more years, subject to project requirements. For further details and how to apply please follow this link: https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=14426&forced=1
* A 3 years PhD studentship is also available on the same project with application deadline 31 October 2016 and a salary of £14,296 per annum. For further details and how to apply please follow this link: https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=782416EB . Please note that: due to funding restrictions this position is only open to UK/EU applicants
* Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in nuclear magnetic resonance in the research group of Dr Giuseppe Pileio. The project, funded by EPSRC under the First Grant scheme, concerns the development of NMR methodology to probe translational dynamics in porous media by singlet-state NMR spectroscopy. The position is tenable from 1 November 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter with appointment for 1 year but with the possibility of a further extension of 1 more year, subject to funding and project requirements. For further details and how to apply please follow this link: https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?id=14420&forced=1
University of Southampton is a UK Russell Group university positioned in the top 1% of world universities according to QS World University Rankings. We have an international reputation for research, teaching and enterprise activities. Southampton is particularly well known for its magnetic resonance and computational chemistry research.
Dr. Giuseppe Pileio, PhD
Lecturer in Physical Chemistry,
Department of Chemistry,
Building 27 – Room 2059,
University of Southampton,
University Road, SO17 1BJ,
Internal Post Code: M16,
Southampton, Hampshire, UK.
Tel.: +44 (023) 80 59 4160
Web page: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/~pileio
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