PhD Studentship in Applied Mathematics at UvA in Netherlands, 2013

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We are looking for a PhD student to study and develop patterned illumination for improved molecular contrast. Patterned illumination methods, such as Structured Illumination Microscopy (SIM), can improve resolution, but at the expense of an increase in illumination dose per unit volume, with adverse effects on photobleaching and phototoxicity. -The PhD student has a Master’s in applied mathematics, physics (or technical engineering), is skilled in applied mathematics, numerical simulation and analysis, computer programming and preferably has experience in the field of microscopy hardware (optics, electronics, software). -The candidate is creative and inventive and has an affection with biological research and has demonstrated experience in working both independently and as member of a larger team.

Deadline: Do submit your applications till 28 February 2013.

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