15 exciting PhD positions as part of PROTON, a collaborative effort of 10 academic and 2 industrial partners, are now available.

PROTON is funded by the prestigious Horizon 2020-MSCA-ITN European training Network grant. The goal is to jointly train 15 PhD students in the field of proton transport and proton coupled transport. Two of the positions will be based with Professor Hartmut Luecke’s group at NCMM.

2019.08.20 | Aisha Rafique

The PhD projects in PROTON aim to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of protons in the confines of interfacial water layers and proteinaceous cavities with emphasis on protein mobility. This opportunity involves full time positions for 36 months with several additional benefits. Two full time positions are available in the Luecke Group at NCMM, http://bit.ly/Hartmut_Luecke_Group.

If you are interested in applying for the PhD projects and joining PROTON, then read more about the positions at NCMM, http://bit.ly/PROTON_PhD_Positions.

For more information about PROTON, the available research projects and for further details on the application process, visit http://bit.ly/Proton_JkuLinz.





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