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Subject:

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN ULTRAFAST SPECTROSCOPY OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AT IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON

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Jasper van Thor <[log in to unmask]>

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Jasper van Thor <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 4 Apr 2019 13:00:18 +0100

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RESEARCH ASSOCIATE IN ULTRAFAST SPECTROSCOPY OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS AT 
IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON

Imperial College London

Faculty of Natural Sciences

South Kensington Campus

Research Associate in Ultrafast Spectroscopy of Photosynthesis

Salary scale:  £37,486 - £46,499 per annum
Application Closing date: 27th May 2019 (Midnight GMT)

Applications are invited for a Research Associate position in Ultrafast 
Spectroscopy of Photosynthesis in the group of Jasper van Thor at 
Imperial College London.

The successful applicant will join the Molecular Biophysics group at 
Imperial College London to perform ultrafast laser spectroscopy 
experiments of photosynthesis using multi-pulse approaches. The 
ultrafast spectroscopy laboratory offers advanced capabilities for 
femtosecond time resolved two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy, 
transient absorption spectroscopy and femtosecond time resolved 
mid-infrared spectroscopy. The focus of the work will be to configure 
and execute multi-pulse experiments in the electronic and infrared 
spectral regions. In addition, international collaboration with a 
theoretical physics group will focus on the single-pigment level 
analysis of exciton dynamics in photosynthetic reaction centers and 
smaller models. You will be involved in all experimental aspects of the 
project and will be responsible for configuring, executing and analysing 
femtosecond laser spectroscopy experiments.

You have:

     A PhD (or equivalent) in Physics, Chemistry or Materials Science.
     Experience of ultrafast laser spectroscopy
     Experience non-linear optics
     Experience with detector systems and electronics
     Experience of data acquisition and analysis
     Experience with LabView, Matlab, python

The position is full time and is available for up to 36 months. The post 
will be based at the South Kensington Campus, associated with the 
ultrafast spectroscopy laboratory (www.imperial.ac.uk/people/j.vanthor).

*Candidates who have not yet been officially awarded their PhD will be 
appointed as Research Assistant within the salary range £33,380- £35,061 
per annum.

For enquiries about the position please contact J.J. van Thor, Professor 
of Molecular Biophysics and head of the ultrafast laser spectroscopy 
laboratory in the Department of Life Sciences, at [log in to unmask]

Should you have any queries regarding the application process please 
contact Miss Laila Pastor at [log in to unmask], to request an 
application form.

For technical queries during the application process, please contact 
[log in to unmask]

Application links:


https://www.imperial.ac.uk/jobs/description/NAT00420/research-associate-ultrafast-spectroscopy-photosynthesis

https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BRI956/research-associate-in-ultrafast-spectroscopy-of-photosynthesis

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