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[SA_scat] Postdoctoral position available @ EMBL-Hamburg, SAXS

Dear All,

I would like to inform you that a postdoctoral position is available at 
the EMBL Hamburg Unit in the research group of Dmitri Svergun.
I attach a brief description of the Vacancy Notice below. Deadline for 
application is 14th April 2013.
Further Detailed Information can be found under : 

*Postdoctoral Positon, Reference HH_00042

* Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position in the BioSAXS 
group <http://www.embl-hamburg.de/research/unit/svergun/index.html>. The 
position is within BioStruct-X, an integrated project funded by Seventh 
Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission (www.biostruct-x.eu 
<http://www.biostruct-x.eu>). In the framework of this project BioSAXS 
group develops novel hardware and software components for the high 
brilliance SAXS beamlines and for the interdisciplinary use of SAXS with 
other structural, biophysical and bioinformatic methods.

The successful candidate will work on computational methods development 
for automated data analysis, storage and tracking, and on the 
cross-validation of SAXS models using the information from experimental 
techniques and also bioinformatic approaches. These developments are to 
be implemented at the high brilliance BioSAXS beamline of the EMBL at 
the Petra-III storage ring and also at the beamlines of the BioStruct-X 

Margret Fischer
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