One PhD position in physical chemistry is available in Fribourg University, Switzerland starting from September 2011. The PhD program is predominantly experimental, with a possibility of some molecular modeling calculations. The research topic is electron-induced processes in gases and in novel targets (liquid micro-jets).

At the beginning the student will join a running experiment on the gas-phase targets in order to acquire basic experimental skills. At the later stage he/she will participate on development of a novel experiment with liquid micro-jet targets. If interested, the student can also do molecular modeling (quantum chemistry / molecular dynamics) in order to support the experimental results.

Research Fields
The area of research for this PhD position is Physics - Chemical physics and/or Chemistry - Physical chemistry.

The position in funded according to the rules of Swiss National Science Fund (approximately 42000 CHF/year). An additional teaching assistantship is possible, if the student is interested in teaching. The position is funded for three years.

Required Education Level Degree:Master Degree or equivalent
Degree Field: Physics, Chemistry
Required Languages Language: English

Application Procedure
Interested candidates can apply by email to the following address
University of Fribourg
Department of Chemistry
Chemin du Musee 9
1700 - Fribourg

Further details on the PhD program can be found on PhD position in electron spectroscopy, Switzerland.

Note: Application deadline for the PhD position in electron spectroscopy, Switzerland is 30 April, 2011.

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