Spatially Resolved Sensitivity of Single-Particle Plasmon Sensors Michael A. Beuwer, Bas van Hoof, and Peter Zijlstra DOI:10.1021/acs.jpcc.8b00849 The high sensitivity of localized surface plasmon resonance sensors to the local refractive...
These positions have been filled.
We are excited to announce that two PhD vacancies are available for application at the molecular plasmonics group in Eindhoven University of Technology.
- PhD position on correlative super-resolution microscopy of nanoparticles (V34.4269)
- PhD position on responsive nanoplasmonic sensors (V34.4270)
The two PhD positions are supported by The SuperCol Innovative Training Network (ITN, 15 PhD positions in total), which will combine super-resolution microscopy, colloidal sciences, and advanced modelling to (a) control, (b) visualize and quantify, and (c) rationally design surface-functionality to advance particle-based biomedical applications.
The SuperCol project is supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks (ITN) under grant No.860914.