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[SA_Scat] Postdoc position in the Svergun group, EMBL Hamburg

http://www.embl-hamburg.de/jobs/searchjobs/index.php?ref=HH_00114
We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow who will contribute to the future development of computational approaches in the ATSAS software package for biological scattering data analysis and interpretation. The work will focus on computational method developments for high-throughput SAXS data acquisition and analysis for soluble and membrane proteins as well as for macromolecular complexes. The successful candidate will also be involved in collaborative projects with scientists from across Europe and elsewhere who use the P12 SAXS beamline.
Applicants should have a PhD in a relevant field (physics, mathematics, engineering, structural biology) and extended experience with computational algorithms and programming languages (Fortran, C++, Python). Expertise in X-ray scattering/diffraction will be considered an advantage. Additional knowledge of and experience in MySQL databases, Java/JBoss, and SOAP web services would be an asset. Good communication skills, fluent English and ability to collaborate with international teams are essential.
For further information please contact Dr Dmitri Svergun <svergun@embl-hamburg.de>.
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