Selection for an experimental postdoc in Italian CNR project (physics, soft matter and biophysics).

  • We are looking for a young researcher holding a Ph. D. in Physics. The candidate should start working in the next Fall (possibly by September/October), 2019.

  • The winner of the selection will work in a theoretical/experimental project named Microsort aimed at investigating spermatozoa and their interaction with microfluidic channels. Our scientific goal is to find optimal geometries to sort sperms based upon motility or other features.

  • We are looking for an experimentalist. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience in microscopy, microfabrication and cell motility.

  • The candidate will conduct the experimental part of the project, learning new protocols for preparation and preservation of samples, interfacing with facilities for the production of microfluidic chips, using microscopes to observe the system and perform measurements, analysing data and results. The experimental activity will take place in the laboratory of our collaborator Roberto di Leonardo (Sapienza University) where several similar experiments are already conducted and an active and experienced research group is present.

  • The contract will be 1 year, renewals can be discussed and depend upon the (not yet definite) endtime of the project. The type of contract is the Italian "Assegno di Ricerca". Salary depends upon the candidate experience after Ph. D., a typical value is 22'000 euros per year.

  • Applications, recommendation letters (at least one), and any request for information can be sent to andrea.puglisi AT roma1.infn.it .
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