Postdoc Position in Computational Metabolomics
A postdoc position is available in my research group at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany.
Postdoc: We are looking for a talented cheminformatician, bioinformatician or someone with comparable skills to work on the development cloud-based methods for computational metabolomics. The successful candidate will work closely with the H2020 e-infrastructure project PhenoMeNal, a European consortium of 14 partners. This position requires excellent skills in at least one modern, object-oriented programming language. A strong interest in metabolomics and cloud computing as well as the ability to work in a distributed team will be advantageous. The postdoc will also have the opportunity to participate in the day-to-day management of the group as well as in the organisation of seminars and practical courses for our students
The position requires a strong interest in metabolomics, molecular informatics and current IT technologies, programming skills a modern object oriented programming language and the ability to work in geographically distributed teams.
Please send applications in PDF format by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will accept applications until the position is filled.
The Friedrich Schiller University Jena (FSU Jena), founded in 1558, is one of the oldest universities in Europe and a member in the COIMBRA group, a network of prestigious, traditional European universities. The University of Jena has a distinguished record of innovations and resulting educational strengths in major fields such as optics, photonics and optical technologies, innovative materials and related technologies, dynamics of complex biological systems and humans in changing social environments. It has more than 18,000 students. The university’s friendly and stimulating atmosphere and state-of-the-art facilities boost academic careers and enable excellence in learning, teaching and research. Assistance with proposing and inaugurating new research projects and with establishing public-private partnerships is considered a crucial point.
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