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Career Opportunities

Kick-start your career in interdisciplinary nanoscience and nanotechnology

A key-success factor for NanoLund is our wide sharing of equipment that allows everyone – from doctoral students to new faculty – to access an incredibly wide range of capabilities within characterization, fabrication and modelling, from the day they start working with us.
NanoLund always welcomes applications from outstanding candidates for masters projects, doctoral studies or postdoctoral work.
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We offer:

  • a creative, world-class interdisciplinary research environment for fundamental and applied nanoscience
  • state-of-the-art infrastructure for the fabrication and characterization of nanostructures
  • a strong international nanoscience network
  • a highly regarded scientific education
  • internships in nanotechnology industry
  • intellectual property training
  • family-friendly living conditions and a high degree of social security
  • a competitive salary and full employment contracts for doctoral students and postdocs

Current vacancies in NanoLund research groups

All positions are regularly posted in the Lund University recruitment system. Vacancy announcements within NanoLund are listed below. To apply for a position, click the Login and apply button in the vacancy announcement, and you will be guided to the recruitment system.


Doctoral student in chemical physics

Subject: For solar energy harvesting and storage, we study and optimise the dynamical processes that govern the activation and catalytic activity of energetic chemical reactions using time-resolved spectroscopic methods. A focus of our group lays in the combination of optical spectroscopy with steady-state and time-resolved x-ray spectroscopy. The element selectivity of x-ray spectroscopy can isolate the dynamics in specific regions/atoms of complex assemblies, and can e.g. in the case of the reaction center offer a unique view on complex processes.

Contact: Jens Uhlig, Assoc. Prof. at Chemical Physics

Application deadline: September 14, 2021

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