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SWISS NANOSCIENCE INSTITUTE

UNIVERSITY OF BASEL

LOCATION Basel area, Switzerland

NUMBER OF SNI MEMBERS 120

DESIRED DEGREE DISCIPLINES/CLASS For PhD School: Master’s degree in physics, chemistry, biology or related field. For study programme: high school diploma

The Swiss Nanoscience Institute (SNI) at the University of Basel funds nanoscience research as part of an interdisciplinary degree course and a PhD programme, and in projects with industry partners. All students are widely integrated into the activities that address cutting-edge scientific topics in nanoscience and nanotechnology, embedded in classical disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, medicine and engineering. Why study with us The SNI offers internationally recognized, comprehensive, and hands-on degree programmes in nanoscience. The Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes attract highly motivated students and provide an excellent interdisciplinary education with a broad background in all natural sciences in a very supportive environment.

In the SNI PhD School, students from all over the world work on a diverse range of projects, for example on quantum computing, spintronics, molecular electronics, graphene, quantum sensing, nanocontainers for medical applications, solar cells, single-cell proteomics, nanofluidic devices, and many more. An established selection process involving external and internal senior scientists ensures excellent PhD projects.

Undergraduate and graduate students become part of the SNI community with regular opportunities for personal development and scientific exchange within the whole SNI network,

including all research institutions in north-western Switzerland.

Training and development The SNI offers a broad interdisciplinary education with additional tailormade courses to improve personal development and skills such as scientific writing, communication, and presentation techniques. Small working groups guarantee personal and individual supervision.

The PhD programme includes regular SNI conferences, such as the SNI Annual Event and a winter school. These introduce students to the interdisciplinary scientific community and offer ideal opportunities for scientific and personal exchange, including partners from industry.

HOW TO APPLY Apply online when new PhD positions are announced. New positions and the online application tool are available from September–December every year on www.phd.nanoscience.ch

CLOSING DATE 31 December 2020

CONTACT Swiss Nanoscience Institute University of Basel Klingelbergstrasse 82 4056 Basel Switzerland Tel +41 61 207 3906 E-mail andreas.baumgartner@unibas.ch www.nanoscience.ch

Who we are looking for Excellent and motivated undergraduate and graduate students who are not interested only in their particular working area, but are also fascinated by other fields in the natural sciences. •   If you are interested in the nanostudy programme, please visit www.nanoscience.ch/studium •   Information on new positions in the SNI

PhD School and the online application tool are available from September to December every year at www.nanoscience.ch/phd Profile can be viewed at brightrecruits

Categories • Atomic & molecular science • Biophysics & bioengineering • Electronics & semiconductors • Materials science • Nanotechnology • Physical chemistry • Quantum science & technology

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