We seek to hire outstanding researchers at the Ph.D. and post-doctoral level to join our Laboratory at the Institute of Science and Supramolecular, University of Strasbourg. The successful candidates will be involved in the realization of the research program founded by the European Research Council ERC StG 2018 ‘Reverse&Cat’.
Nikola Bregovic, a visiting researcher from the University of Zagreb, Croatia, joins the group as a postdoctoral scholar for the winter (financed by the scholarship granted by the French government). Welcome Nikola!
Sebastián Martínez (awarded the Solvay FRC Doctoral Fellowship in Chemistry funded by the Ernest Solvay Fund and the FRC Foundation in honor of Ernest Solvay and Guy Ourisson) joins the group as a PhD student. Welcome Sebastián!
The ERC Starting Grant proposal “Reverse&Cat” has been awarded: https://erc.europa.eu/news/mini-organs-ultrafast-filming-erc-invests-early-career-researchers.
Here is the list of awardees:
Karolina Hurej (financed by the „Mobilnośc Plus” Scholarship from the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education) joins the group as a postdoctoral researcher. Welcome Karolina!
Imane Boudhil joins the group as a PhD student. Welcome back Imane!
Good luck Annet in the future!
Gourahari Behera, a master student from the University of Wroclaw, Poland, joins the group as an Erasmus+ Trainee for the summer. Welcome Gourahari!
Jean-Pierre Sauvage, together with Bernard Feringa and Sir Fraser Stoddart, won Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016! The 2016 Nobel prize in chemistry has been awarded for the design and synthesis of molecular machines – the ‘world’s smallest machines’. Jean-Pierre is our third Nobel Laureate in Chemistry at the institute!